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X ID "W S SUMMARY.
-Gold closed in New York at 40?.
-Cotton closed in New York at 27 cents.
Sales 1400 bales.
-Cotton closed in Liverpool at lOJd. for up
lande and ll^d. for Orleans.
-?Jefferson is very successfully playing Rip
Tan Winkle in Chicago.
-Aflrst-class hotel in New York paya $22 OOO
a year for butter.
-Beecher says he used, when a boy, to wash
dishes and hem towels.
-In some of the fashionable churches in
London, programmes of the music aro printed
and distributed in the pews.
-A Massachusetts ice company is said to
' have purchased a lake in Norway, whence ice
may be shipped to London.
- -At San Marino, in Dinwiddie county, Vir
. ginia, a coal-black negro, named Wm. Starke,
and who can neither read nor write, has actu
-aily received the appointment of postmaster.
-Ihe Louisville Journal, of toe 3d instant,
denies the report that Mr. Prentice has been
discharged from its editorial staff, and says,
also, that Mr. Prentice is not poor, but in af?
fluent circumstances, his homestead alone
being valued at thirty thousand dollars.
-The prospective vacancy in the office or
Brigaoier-General of the United States army,
to bo occasioned by the retiring of General
Hooker, has started a number of applicants
for the position. General Buchanan, lately in
command at New Orleans, and General Gordon
'Granger are among those promineut for the
-Tho Now York Ttibune publishes a letter
from Thaddeus Stevens, now made public for
the first time. It is dated "June 27th, 1868."
He regrets that he cannot spca'i favorably of
the Chicago platform, which, he says, is "like
most of the Republican platforms of the past
six years, lame and cowardly." Of course he
is especially condemnatory of the omission of
. his universal suffrage plank, which he savagely
'calls a folly and a wickedness. The letter con?
cludes with a bit of advice, which will prove a
sticker. "It is vain for tho Republican party
to hepo to maintain their liberty by skulking.
Let them be bold and honest, and they will
learn that 'Heaven still rules.' Let them be
cowardly end mean, and they will receive their
reward with the hewers of wood and drawers
-The Baltimore Sun says : Mrs. Lincoln,
widow of the lata President, with her youngest
son, after attending the marriage of Captain
.Robert Lincoln, her eldest son, at Washington,
on the 21th ult., returned to this city on the
26th, and took rooms at Barnum's City Hotel,
where she remained in comparative retire?
ment, being visited only by a few personal
friends, until Thursday morning last, when
?he left with h<:-r son and was driven direct to
Locust Point. Her), veiled and unknown to
the 'arge crowd on the pier, the widow and son
?i the late President went on board the steam?
ship Baltimoi e, bound to Bremen. She at
once went to ber state-room, and as ber name
did not appear on the passenger list furnished
by the agente of the line, (it being withheld,
it is supposed, at the request of the lady,) the
fact of bar actual departure for Europe has
. only become known several days after the sail?
ing of the ship. Those intimately acquainted
with Mrs. Lincoln, aver that her visit to Eu?
rope at this time in for the purpose of placing
her youngest ?on at a school in Germany, after
which she will probably spend the winter in
.tho south of Franco.
-M. de Lavergne bas boen making an elab?
orate series of investigations as to the growth
-or rather the want of legitimate growth-of
th? population of France. Not only is the
population of many of the healthiest depart?
ments less than it was twenty years ago, but
the total average throughout the country of
the excess of births over deaths in the period
1847-1863 was less by nearly one-half than the
?average of the period preceding. And taking
the population of the three hundred and sixty
three arrondissements into which the depart?
ments are dinded, M. deLavergne's researches
have shown that in no fewer than one hundred
and eighty-five arrondissements the population
has decreased, in one hundred and twenty-eight
it has remained nearly stationary, and in fifty
only bas it considerably mcrea-ed. In the
^twenty years anterior to 1817, on the contrary,
the population bad increased in three hundred
and thirty-one arrondissements, and decreased
in thirty-two only. M. de Livergne adduces
striking facts to show that the chief cause of
thia change in the movement of population is
the military policy of the present French Gov?
ernment, with itu natural cons?quences-war,
immenso levies of the best strength of tho pop?
ulation, its unnatural concentration in towns,
barrack Ufo and habits. Even a FreDah war, if
followed by disarmament, would be loss dam?
aging to the growth of tho population than tho
mihtary policy which forces nearly the whole
able-bodied men of the country iuto tho armv.
-The New York 8un says tbs velocipede
seems destined to come into use in thia city,
though it will not soon attain here the vogue it
?as reached in France. Our streets are too
narrow and too crowded.and we have few broad,
smooth avenues affording tho opportunity of
employing it extensively as a means of exer?
cise and health. Still, it is so attractive and
fascinating, developing so much strength and
skill, and affording so great amusement to
the rider, that its votaries and students
must become numerous. The only artistic ve?
locipedes consist of two wheels, the ono di?
rectly behind the other, and connected to?
gether by. a light iron frame work. The fore
wheel is usually a little the higher of the two.
Where great speed is aimed at, its diame..r
may be made as great as four feet, while mat
of the hind wheel should hardly exceed two
feet and eight or ten inches. In most of thosa
that have been seen in New York the two
wheels have been pretty nearly equal, with a
'diameter of about two feet and four inches.
The propelling force is applied through trea?
cles, which are fixed to the fore wheel. The
rider drives himself by the alternate action of
-his feet upon these treadles. Tne motion of
.the feet is not unlike that in rapid walk
Lag. The rider sits apon a little saddle
over the forepart of the hind wheel,
guides his velocipede by turning the
wheel to either side. This is done hy n:
of a stiff iron rod which rises from the
and has a cross bar at the top that is he
both hands of the rider. The first art ol
velocipede is to keep your balance. Th
not unlike the same operation in skatinp,
can only be acquired by practice. The :
rapid the motion tho easier it is to kee]
machine upright. In velocipede contes
Paris prizes have been given to the sic
rider. With wheels of small diameter,
rider stops himself by putting his feet t
ground. With high wheels, he checks
speed with a brake, and descends to the t
by mclining to ono side till the foot tone
In mounting with high wheels, a skilful \
titioner starts his velocipede with a push,
then springs into the saddle, as we
watched Richard O'Goiman mount a h
at speed. The most beautiful velocipedes
we have seen have been French, but sei
carriage makers in this city are engage
building them. Is there any dancer in u
this curious apparatus ? Experience a
can tell how much danger there is. A sk
rider can guide himself in a crowd of per.
without running against them; but all ri
cannot be skilful. On a tmoolh course
speed of twelve miles an hour can easil;
made, and with a four foot driving wheel ti
ty miles will not be difficult. But that can <
be done upon a hard and even surface,
rough pavements of New l'ork are unlavor
to much speed. We know a gentleman
takes exerciso with one of theso machines e'
evening, atd goes from Thirty-fifth-sfreel
the battery in ten minutes; but he has to v
about a good deal in search of Bui table r<
WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1
For President..HUK ATIO SBYMOl
I For rice-President.FRANCIS P. BLAH
A Matter of Business.
Tho elections which will be held in t
city on Tuesday, the tenth day of Nove
ber, should be thought of as a matter
business in which every man in Charles
is deeply interested. They will not dei
mine the victory of the Democratic prie
plc, or the downfall of Radical corruptie
but they will undoubtedly determine I
fate of Charleston for at lea-t three yei
to come. Upon them it will depend whetl
the city affairs are to bc honestly a
economically directed; whether our co
merdai policy is to be liberal and progri
sive; or whether we are to sink lower a
lower, until it is out of the power of a ni
administration in 1871 to help us out of t
Business men can understand, and i
understand, that the municipal electio
are of more immediate and practical co
sequence to the residents of Charleston the
any other elections about to take place. Tl
finances of the city are in such a slate th
only the most careful and sagacious mai
ageineni eau restore our credit and save i
from bankruptcy. A new and strange ordi
of things has surrounded us with dange
ous elements, which demand cautious ar
delicate treatment. Commercial rivals ci
deavor to steal away our trade, and requii
incessant watching. And the amount <
municipal taxation, the behavior and use
fulness of the colored people, and the pr<
gress of our trade, are all governed, wholl
or in part, by the character and policy <
th? Mayor and Aldermen. They can mab
or unmake our fortunes ; upon them ma
be said to depend the value of every day ?
labor, of every kind of business, and e
every inch of land.
No man leaves bis doors unbarred wbil
burglars prowl about. No man fails to ic
sure his house because it is not yet on fire
No man grudges the cost of conducting tb
trade by which he lives. If these princi
plos, plain and simple as they are, be ap
plied to the city elections, there is no doue
of our success. But if a man declines t
give up a moment of his time, if he refuse
to do those things which are indispensabl
in an active municipal campaign, he i
either blind to his own interests, or relie
en being able to pluck the fruit of safe!;
from the orchard planted by his neighbors.
The nominations for Mayor and Alder?
men will probably not be made for som?
time to come. When they are made, ever
respectable man in the community is ex
pected to work untiringly to make the elec
tion certain. But before the nomination:
are made, before the decisive day, the ne
cessary organization must be prepared, and
the whole system must be put in thorough
working order. This cannot be done with?
out time or trouble, and no one should re?
fuse to giro to those engaged in the great
cause all the assistance in his power.
Waiting for to-morrow, trusting to something
to turn up, will not make us win the fight.
Each must do what he can, and should
always remember that a refusal, in jeopard?
izing the public good, may lead to the de?
struction of his individual and personal
1 bc Bflect of One ttood Crop.
A New York evening paper estimates the
valuo of the Southern cotton crop of tho
present year at ?200,000,000, to which it
adds half as much more to be derived from
tobacco, corn and other products.
The distribution of this snug sum will go
far to quicken the dormant energies of the
South, and the distress of particular locali?
ties, however severe, will not stand in the
way of industrial and commercial improve?
ment. On the. islands which fringe the
coast of South Carolina and Georgia, the
i cotton crop of the season is a partial fail?
ure. Not more than one-third of the aver?
age yield is looked for, and the planters,
who had been encouraged to struggle on for
another year by the hope "that it would re?
lieve them from their difficulties, find them?
selves, instead, hampered and embarrassed
by the deferred liabilities which are now
pressing upon them. Had the sea island
planters been lucky in 1SCC and 18G7, they
could have borne some rough handling in
18G8. But they had bad already two dis?
astrous years in succession, and a third
failure, in destroying their elasticity of
temper, has done them an infinite harm.
A rise in the price of the treasured long
staple cotton may help them somewhat; but
it will not soon restore the courage of those
who, in one night, have seca s crop of a
hundred bales cut down to a crop of twenty.
In the. interior of this State, the crop of
cotton has been fair, and the crops of wheat
and corn have been good. The farmers are
not in debt, as they were last year when
they were forced to sell their produce at
whatever it would bring, to repay the ad?
vances made by their factors. Nor is the
State dependent on the North or Weet fer
provisions. Enough corn has been made lo
supply the wants of the year, and the profit
made on cotton will not be spent in buying
bread. The factors are not straightened in
means and can assist their friends to hold
their cotton. No juggling will make our
planters sacrifice the staple. They are
strong enough to wait. And they will wait,
if the mill owners try to play their old
game of crying up the crop and crying
clown the price. In the towns the bene?
ficial influence of the crops has been as
great as in the rural districts. Our whole?
sale houses have been unexpectedly busy.
Country merchants and farmers have flock?d
to Charleston, and the jobbing houses have
been more crowded by customers and or?
ders than they had been for years.
If the immediate or expected expenditure
of our share of the value of the total crop
of the South has made itself so sensibly felt
in this State, where the question cf labor
is still unsettled and the Radical goblin is
far from being laid, how important must
have been the consequences of the crop
thrcughout the whole Southern country.
The removal of the gaunt epectre of poverty
has been the end to which we have chiefly
looked, and it seems that the South is at
last in a fair way to pay her debts and sup?
port and make prosperous her people. We
do not fear that political movements will
long retard the development of the great
cotton, rice, sugar and grain regions of the
continent. The Presidential elections, in
settling our troubles for four years, will
settle them for this generation. When the
1 olitical contest is at an end, the victors and
the vanquished will sober their joys and
blunt their sorrows by bard and lusty work.
This will give us a still larger crop for 1869.
It will give the South more credit, more cap?
ital, more nerve; and it will enable us to
deal firmly and decisively with those social
problems which will require an early solu?
tion. Our power will be in proportion to our
weakb. Our wealth will be in proportion
to our industry. Our industry will not be
fully tried and exerted until after the com?
ing elections. Then trade and commerce
will take tho place of the din of contending
parties, and the whole Southern country
will be at liberty to turn every thought to
tilling the soil, rebuilding the commercial
centres, and extending and increasing its
influence and its trade.
LOST, YESTEKDAY AFTEEVO?V,
October 5. between the Market sod Calhoun
street OT East Bay, a PACKAGE containing an uu
negotiable note, also a bond of Mary G. Gray, trus?
tee, lu favor of Wm. Lebby, Tor Three Hundred Dol?
lars, dated 25th April, 18G0, and a mortgage securing
thc same, both the latte' asaigned in blark.
The public are caution*! against trading for the
above papers, and ti e finder will be regarded by
le*viug the nam- at THIS nf PICE. 3 Oclober t?
FOUND, GOING ASTRAY, A It LA CK
NEWFOUNDLAND DOG, with leather rollar
and city badge cn. Tho owni?r can have the same
by applying at THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
OFFICE. . Septomb(r23
Tt> KKNT, THAT DESIKABLK KES1
DENCE southwest corner Montaguo and Lynch
streets, containing ?ix square Booms, two Attics,
Pantry, 1 retsina Booma, bath Booms, Water Closets,
Ac., with large Lot and outbuildings all in perfect
order. Apply to CLIFFORD & MATHEWES.
FOR RENT, THAT PLEASANTLY
situatrd RESIDENCE. No. 12 Bee-street, north
<tU. S. Arsenal. For particulars applv at No. 25
HAYNE-ST3EET. sw S- ptember 12
TO REJIT, THAT FIHST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS SI AND, No. 200 King-Btreet, a few doers
south of Weutworth-itrect, now occupied by F. von
tauten. September 20
TO KENT. ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
best Stands in the city for a Grocery and Bar
Boora Apply to No. 217 EAST BAY opposite New
Custom Hi use. _ September 15
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO
AND A H ALF s>TOB? HOUSE, No. 1 Mary
street. .Also, a HOUSE No. 2 Doughty street Ap?
ply to W.' BYRNE, northeast corner King and John
streets. s/cpl ember 15
TO RENT, A PAKT OF HOUSE No. 171
Coming-street. Inquire on premises.
fr* O KENT, FOR THE Sl'MJIEK, A
JL HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on thc front beach Sullivan's Island, back of
Beauiegard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEWS OF
TO RENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAN O,
two adjoining TWO-STORY HOUSES, situated
close to Fort Beauregard, both having do >ble
piazzas ficIng north and south. Both Houses are
in good condition, and well ajar ted for private resi?
dences, hotels or bearding establishments. To bc
runted singly or together; the Furniture takon by
agreement, if desirable. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS.
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PaoPEirroas,
ADA ME GIDIERE,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
Transient Board 9% 50 per Day.
KIRKLAND ?i CO., Proprietors.
April 27 _,iyz
jjtf" 12 W V O II IC HO TEL,, **
No . 7 2 1 BROAD WA Y,
NEW YORK CITY.
O. M. H1LDKETH ?St CO., Proprietors,
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known lr. former time.1
under the management o< J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON *
C. i., isnowundei the proprietorship of Mwsnj. D.
M. HILDRE TH li T. B. ROCKWAY, uner Uie firm of
D. M. HILDRETH i CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as a
nioprieior of the Veranda, St. Louts and Rt. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his inonds and the public generally, that it*
former wrld-wide reputation as a popular ?rst-clas?
Hotel, shall bc fully sustained under its present
mauayeuieut. lyr* February 13
pissolution of (HoporinersIjip.
Thc Copartnership heretofore existing be?
tween the subscribers, under the style of PERRY
CLEAR i: HALSEY, is this day dissolved by mutual
cousent '1 he affiirs of the late firoi will be r-ettled
by E. L. HALLEY, who will continue th? Lu.-inc3'<
at the old stand, at Wharf, west end Montague-street.
JAMES S. PERRYULEAE.
E. L. HALSEY.
Charleston, S. C., September 30,18C8.
Oe lober 2 G
JP R A N CIS G . CART,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
WILL CONTINUE THE ABOVE BUSINESS.
ifS* Office corner of South Atlantic Wharf a.id Ex
chaDgestreet. walu o September 30
WANTED, A NIGHT WATCHMAN.
Apply nt WOOD YARD, west end ot -tull
street. 1 October 7
JOURNEYMEN' TAILORS WANTED.
Wanted, sood Pantaloon hands, at Mo. 201
KING-STREET, corner of Wentworth.
Also, hands to run Singer's r ewing Machine.
October 7 _1
WANTED, BY A TUC KO MA * OF
steady habits arid perseverance, who can give
th" bo^t of recommendations, COLLECTING- TO
DO. Merchants haring bills for col'octioD which
they would liko to give out, address SUCCESS,
through Poslofflcc. October 7
WANTED, A FURNISHED HOUSE,OK
partly i-o, in the central part of the city, by a
small family. Address Mrs. H. WEBSTER. Postof
fice. 3* October 6
WANTE D, BY A RESPECTABLE
white female, a situation as Seamstress or
Child's Nurse, or to assist in Housekeeping grneral
ly. Apply at Ko. 122 CALHOUN-STREET.
WANTED, IN A RESPECTABLE PRI?
VA i E FAMILY, by a gentlemau and wife, two
(2) comiortable rooms; Ideation between Morris and
Vanderhorst arreets. Address H. L. P. through Post
office. 2* October 6
AGENTS WANTED.-A SPLENDID
CAMPAIGN BOuK.-Agents wanted to sell the
best Democratic Campaiim Booti in Ihefteid. Contains
biographies of SEYMOUR, BLAIR, and other loading
Democratic statesmen, as well as a complete history
cf thc i arty. Illustrated by portraits. Recommend?
ed by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. Hancock. amJ others, as
tho most valuable political text-book published.
Address D. APPLElON 4: CO., Publishers, New
York. 1m September 20
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
ARMED MAN, aa overseer of hands, or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other employment that a one-arined man can
fill. Apply at No. 14 ANN-sTREEI. Applicant eau
give good references. September 22
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO
writes a plain and ledb'e hand, a situ ilion
whore he can earn a livelihood for the support of his
fan ily. address "Peumau." OFFICE DAILY NEWS.
HOUSE WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
permanent tenant wis bes to roct a small but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
must be moderate. Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, &c, "A.
B.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS._September 18
TITAN TED, BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
VV the up-country, a situation as CLERK io
eilhct a Wholesale or Retail Grocery Store; is ex?
perienced in thc uusiue-s, and CID influence trade.
Best of references given. Address CLERK, thrcugh
Charleston Postofflce, toutu Carolina.
CAMPAIGN GOOD*.-Eialit by ten Oval Stael
Engravings of SEYMOUR AND BLUR, with or
without traniei. sheets 25 cents each. Life of both
25 couts. Photographs. Pins, Uathies, Charts.
kc, one hundred per cent profit. Scm? le package!?
bv it ail for one do.hr. Address at once
GOODSPLED & CO.,
August 14 Smo* No. 37 Park Row. N. Y.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.-SERVA NTS
can bc obtained bv applicatio to the "UNION
H "ME," from 0 til ?ll o'cluck daily.
Servants can also find places by application to thc
same place, at the same hours Inquire for thc Ma?
tron, corder Church and Chalmers street
June 19 _
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. ltil King-street.
ITT-ANTED, /.GENTS EVERYWHERE,
VV lo sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHtS LINES. Write for circulars to thc
AMERICAN Willi. COMPANY, No. 102 Broadway,
New York. Gmo." april 21)
Y?MNTED, EVE RY ROD Y T? SUB.
VV SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'? Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publication?.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
^ M Sole._
"PORTABLE STEA.M~ENG 1 NV, SIX (0]
X. HORSE 1OWER, but Mile used, for calo cheap
Apply to . CAMERON, HABSLETJc CO.
FOK SALE, EIGHT LARGE WORK
MULES AND TWO HORSES, just arrived anil
for i-ale. App'yat CHRISTOPHER ?: CO.'6STA?
BLES, No. GOG King-street. 2* Ostoher 0
rpWO LARGE.to. 1 FINE MULES FOR
JL SALE. Inquire at No 62 STATE-STREET,
september 30 wfinG*
PLANT ATION FOR SALE-FOR SALE,
a valuate PLANTATION' in f?raugeburg Dis?
trict, ton miles east of Branchville, containing twen?
ty-eight hundred acres, eighi hundred acres ol wliicl
are closed and well feuceJ, There are also upou thc
place a good Dwelling House and thirty or fort.v
other houses. For further information apply to R,
A. BOWMAN, Orangeburg C. H.. or to REEDER i
DAVfs, ,\dg r's North Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
September 21 mwf
"VTOTICE.-MK. F. VON SAMTEN REGS
J.1 to inform his pr.tr. cs and thc public at large thal
he will remove on or about tho 10th instant from his
present stand to his new and elegant store, No. 22?
KING-STBELT, two doors north of Market-streot,
and open the most handsome and attractive stock ol
FANCY GOODS, Toya and Fireworks ever exhibited
lu Cheleston. 3 October 5
PT. SCH LEY, M. D., HOMOEOPATH.
. 1ST, has removed his Ofttre from No. Ci
Wentworth to No. 307 KING-ji"UEI?T.
September 25 fmwl3
EEMOVAL.-DK. FRANCIS L. PAR?
KE it has removed bis Office from No. TS
Broad-3treet to No. 74 HA.SEL-STREET, two doora
east of thc PostofTlCL. July 2-1
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES,
CHARLESTON. G. C., October 3, ISC-!.-re?
covered and brought to this Office, ono Black Broad?
cloth SACK COAT. The owner can have tho same
by calling at this GfUcc, proving property and p ivi up
expenses. H. W. HENDRICKS
1st Llout. and Cnief of Detectives.
October 5 3
?TOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.-CITY
?. 3BE.\SU1'.T. 1st O-tobcr, .Sf-8.-All Liccuscf
terminate on 30lh September of each year. Renew?
als endorsed on the License Certificate on payment
ol F.vo Dolla?, on application during the prcscul
mouth at this office. S. THOMAS,
October 1 ? Iry 1 rcasurer.
?TOTICE TO PILOTS.-CITY" TUE .A*
S SDUY, 1st Octooer. 1808 -All Uv eases thai
have expired eau le renewed on the recommenda?
tion o: the Chairman of tee Board of Commissioner!
directed to the Mavor, on application ut tbia offici
this month. S. THOMAS,
october 1 City Treasurer.
QITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
Cur HALL, October 1,18GS. I
Notice is hereby -;iven to all concerned, that th<
monthly Returns for the rn-nt hoi September past, ii
compliance with the Tax Ordiuance, ratified or '.h<
2wh ci January, 18G8, must be made on or befoi lu
TAXES ON THE POLLO WINO ABE PAYADLE MONTHLY
On all sales of Goods, Wares and .Merchandise, in
eluding Rice, Lumber, Hay, Grain and Naval Stores
and sales by Bakers, Butchers aud Hucksters.
On all gross receipts of all Street Railroads.
Ona'l gross receipt' of all Kxnress Companies.
On all sales at Auction.
On all Carriages and Bugling
On all income derived lrom tba pursuit of anj
faculty, profession, oeeupaU >u or employment
On the gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies
On all commissions received by Factors; Coiniuh
sion Merchants, Hankers, Broker?, and others.
On all premura- rccc-.vod Cac or by any Insurance
Com any, or by agencies tor individuals or cornea
Ou ull gross receipts ol all Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mulo u'ed or lrpt within tb<
city, excepting l-oiscs or mules u.-ed in any public
licensed earriuae, car:, dray, or ethorvehii-le.
Ou all Retail Dealer* in all articies whatsoever.
On a l Barber sho:'s.
On all gross r- ceiptt of Hotels and Public Katini
and Hoarding Houses.
On all receipts of Livery Stable Keepers.
On the gross receipts of Cotton Presses.
On the gross receipts of all Printiug Offices, News
pap rs and Puhh>hlug Houses.
On all Goods sold n the city by persons not rcsi
dent, by sample or otherwise.
On all eales of Horses and Mules brought to tnt
On sale?; of Stocks. Bonds, ana other sccurilien.
On t.'>e gross loc-ipts of Magnetic Telegraph Com
ela thc gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers ant
All tho defaulters will be tldalt with as the oidi
nance directs. W. N. Hl'GHEs,
October 1 15 City Assessor.
ITNIVERSITY OF THE CITY OF NEV
J YORE.-The Uitual exercises will bo resuniei
as follows: lu thc Grammar school Uepartmcut
September 7; in the Department of Science aud Let
icrs, september 16; in tte School of Civil Engineer?
ing, September IG; in ihe School ol Art, >cptembei
21; in the School of Law, Octo er 1; in the School o
Medicine, October 12; in the School of Practica
Chemistry, Octo* cr 12.
Catalogues and ( ircu'ars at the University. Ex
animations lor adnrssion co the Departnicut of Sci
euee aud Letters will take place in the Council
room, on Tuesday, the 15th september, at half-pas
Nine A. M. ISAAC 1) ERR IS.
University, Washinjitoti Square, East.
September IS Imo
CHAULKS?O.V BOARD UV TRADE.
rpHB REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
X held at the Charleston Hotol Club Boom, at
Sereu o'clock This Evening.
By order of the President.
Oct. ber 7 1 H. BAER, Secretary.
COMMISSIONERS OP MARKETS.
MARKET HALL, October 7, 18G8.
AREftULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
held This Afternoon, at Five o'clock.
October 7 1 Chief Clerk.
BOARD OP MAOIST KATES.
AMEETING OF THEBOARD OFMAGIS'I RATES
will be held at the office of H. W. Schroder,
Esq., No. 6 Law PU.ce, at T weiro o'clock This Day
(Wednesday ). H. W. RCS RODER,
October 7 1 chairman of the Board.
BASE BALL CLUB.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
Aleit Busc Ball Club wiU be held at the Victo?
ria Hotel, This (Wednesday) Evening at Eight e'e ock.
Bv ordor. CHAS. N. WINNE?,
October 7 1 ierretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA MUTUAL L ' FE IN?
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THU COM
PANY will bo held To-Morrow Evening, 8th
inst., at Masonic Hall, at half-past Seven o'clock.
F. M. BURDELL,
October 7 2 Secretar}- and Treasurer.
DELTA LODGE OF PERFECTION,
AREGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
Lodgo will beheld This (Wednesday) Evening.
By order of C. E. CHICHESTEB, T. P. G. M.
?. E. BEDFOBD, 32d Degree,
October 7 Secretary.
LANDMARK LODGE, No. 76, A. F. M.
e THE BEGULAB MONTHLY COMMUNT
_/vV^CATL>N of Landmark Lodgo, No. 7t?. A. F.
Itjjr M., will be held at tho Masonic Hall This
/^r\Evering, at Seven o'c'ock. Members will
take due notice and govern themselves accordingly.
By order of tho W. M. W. H. PRIOLEAU,
October 7 1 Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 2.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETTN ? OF THIS
Club will bo held at Hibernian Hall, This Eve?
ning, ,7th instant, at half-past Seven o'clock. The
audience will be addressed by J. BARRETT COHEN,
Esq., at half-past Eight o'clock. Members of other
Democratic clubs arc respectfully ltiviUd toattond.
JAS. G. MOFFETT,
October 7 1 Recording Secretary.
WARD No. 3.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF WARD No 3 will bo
hold This Evening, at Palmetto Eng'no Uousc, at
half-past 7 o'clock.
Addresses will bs delivered by R. W. SEYMOUR,
A. P. LINING and TH09. P. LOCKWOOD, Esq?.
D. B. GILLILAND, Ro olding Secrotury.
October 7_ 1
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 4.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
Club will bo held at Matouic Hall, 7AM Evening,
ut Seven o'clock.
Colonel? B. W. SEYMOUR and R. S. DURYEA will
address thc mccling.
By order. W. M. MUCKENFU-S,
October 7 Recording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 5.
A TTE SD REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF
J\. the Club at half-past Seven o'clock This Eve?
ning, at Arnold's Hall, Meeting-street, ono door
abevo John street WM. B. STE EDM AN,
October 7 1 Secreta^.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. C.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING CF THE
Club will bo held This (Wednesday) Evening, at
feven o'clock, at tho Hall of t1 e Washington Fire
Several Speakers wii) address ?lin meeting. Mem?
bers of the various Democratic Clubs aie respectfully
invited to attend.
Dy trdcr. W. E. JENNINGS,
Octobor7 1 Re-Ording Secretary.
WARD No. 7 DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
AMEETING OF THK Di MOOEATIO CLUB OF
Ward Nn. 7 will be held This Evening, at half
past Soven o'clock. A lull attendance is particular?
ly requested, us business of importance will bo pre?
sented for consideration and imm?diate action.
There will also oe an address ? y Hou. WILLIAM
WUALEY. THOS. S. GRIMKE, M. D.,
October 7 1 Rrcor ling Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 8.
fSYHE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THIS
X Club will be held Th's Evening, at thc Club
Room. Spriug-striet uear Rutledge Avenue, at half
past Seven o'clock. W. WALTER RILEY.
October 7 Recording >ocrotary.
DEMOCRATIC NOMI % ATI.\ G CONVEN?
SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
THE HON. A. P. ALDRICH HAVING DECLINED
the nomination for Congress, aoottier Repre?
sentative of the Party must be selected. At the le
quest, and by tho authority of the State Central Ex?
ecutive Committee of thc Democratic Party, the Dol
cgitC) to tho Nomiuatiug Convention ol tho Second
Congressional District are therefore re; pcctfully re?
quested to r?assemble at the Hibernian Hall, in
Charleston, on Thursday, the loth instant, at Seven
o'clock, P. M., to fill the vacancy.
JOHN A. WAGERER, President.
H. C. RoBEiiTsox, Secretary.
October3 ? 10
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-LN THE MATTER OF
J. (\ MAYO, BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR FULL
AND FINAL DI&CHARGB IN BANKRUPT Y.
Or Jerad, that a hearing be had on tho eighth day of
October next, A. D. 18(18, at ll o'clcck ?. IL, al the
Federal Ccrurtkoua*. in Charleston, 8. C., and that
all crediton. Ire, of said Bankrupt appear and show
cause, ff any thsy havo, why the prayer of the peti?
tioner should sot he granted; SAI that tho second
meeting of creditors be keld at the office of lt B.
CAB PEN TER, Esq . Registrar, Charleston, ?. C., ou
the seventh day nf Ocltber, at 10 o'clo.k A. If.
By order of the Court, this 25th day of August, A.
D. 1868. DANIEL HORLBE^K.
Clerk of the District Cutirt
For the Diitrict of South Carolina.
September 23 w3
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
The exercises of this School will be resumed
on Monday. October 12th.
thorough instruction given in Latin, Greek,
French, German, Mathematics, and thc higher
branches of English.
Toras ol' tuition, ?12 per quarter, payable in ad?
No extra charge for French, Gorman or Station?
W. R. KINGMAN, A. M., Principal.
F. W. CI EMEN f, A. lt., Assistant.
C. V. DIBBLE. A. B., Assistant.
H. P. FEUGAS, A. M.. French Master.
W, A. A. DEAS, Esq., German Master.
October G 8
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.-THE EXERCISES
of the PUBLIC SCHOOLS of this city will be
resumed on Monday, thc 5th October.
Admissions to vacancies will be made at th" re?
spectivo Schools every Moudav morning, between
Die hours of 9 and 13 o'clock, ou and alter the 12ch
By order of tho Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE,
f-'ecrctary Commissioners Free Schools.
Scptemlcr 28 10
MRS. HOPSON FINCKfcEY WILL RE?
SUME* thc Exercises of her SCHOOL FOB
YOUNG L ADIES on Monday, October 5, at No 58
Instruction given in the French and German Lan?
guages by the best Professors.
September 21 Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWORTH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, H.KADTNG, GiRMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR ore from 7 tn U o'clock P. V.
larina-52 per month in a-lvane*
nnok-keopiii;j churned oxtra.
December 2 c. H. HKHOM-ANN.
XIVEKSITY OF THE SOUTH.
8 E W A N E E .
RT. REV. WM. M. GREEN, D.D., Chancellor.
BT. REV. C. T. QUINTA UP, P. D., LL D., Vice
Trustees-The Bishops of North ( arolina. South
Carolina, Georgia. Flot ida, Alaoama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Tennessee, Texas and Arkansas ex officio,
and one Clerical and two Lay Trustees from each
of said Dioceses.
Thc Board of Trustees of the University announce
that they will open the Juuior Department at Uni?
versity Place, ou Wedne-day, the 10th day of Sep?
tember next, under General J. (?ORGAs, of Ala?
bama, as Head Master, a distinguished graduate of
Wost Point, very highly recommended by General
Lee and other leading mon of tie country.
Desiring to make the School simply self-sustain?
ing, the'lruH'ces have fixed upou ihe sum ol ?JCt)
per year to cover thc cutir? charges, except matricu?
lation ire (SlU) and medical attendance. Students
wUl be required to furnish their own sleets, pillows,
cases and towels. Payment will be required semi?
annually in advance.
The first term will close December 15, and the
School will reopen, after the Christmas vacation, on
thc 10th day ot February, remaining m scs-ion dur?
ing the Fummcr except a short recess.
Communications iu reference lo the School should
be addressed to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. Esq., Ticnsu
rer of the University, University Place, Franklin
1 bc location of the University on the beautiful and
salubrious plateau of the Cumberland Mountains is
too well known lo require dcscr!ptiou.
Persons coming to University Place change cars at
Cowan station, Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad,
and tak? the cars of the Tenuesse* Coal Company to
University Station (9 miles) on the Universitv do?
main. WILLIAM MERCER GREEN,
September 9 Chancellor.
Sri) (130005, detr.
MESSRS. LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 218 KINO - STBEKT,
HAVE OPENED A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
WHICH THEY WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
VERT LO \V PRICES.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THEIR
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS DRESS GOODS
Will offer for Eale on MONDAY, the 5th ins'ant,
A CHOICE LOT OF DRESS GOODS, LESS
THAN COSr OF IMPORIATION.
LOUIS COHEN & CO,,
No. 249 KING-STREET.
QHKAP DRY GOODS ! CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND RING STREETS.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every .steamer, large invoices of
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS winch have ever been
offered in ibis market. City cs well as country buy?
ers ca:? Favo from fifteen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods tro ru the above firm.
A lot of Dress Goods, trom 20 to 25 cents rcr yard
Best Tri?U Poplin*, from 30 to 50 ceuts per yard
calicoes, at lo, I2.'i ind 15 cents per yard (beat)
Balmoral Skirts, from SI 25 up
8-4 White Table Damask, only SI per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only CO cents per j ard
Worsted Table Cloths, from SI 25 up
Linen Towels, from 15 cents up
A large assortment of Whl'O and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
SOO pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cont, be?
low cost, will be sold from S3 up
Colored Q"ilts, from SI 75 to S2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-1, 11-4,12-1, from 52 50
Ladies'English He s>% without seams, from 37 to 50
Joans, from 20 to 25 rents (best)
Satiaets, from 50 io 75 cent.
A lai gf qanti'.y ol the laten stvlo of Cassimercs, from
SI to il 50
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to S3 50
A i ariety ot shaw.s, at $2, $2 50, S3, S3 50. $4, and $5
Drowu and White shirting, at 10, Viii sud 15 cents
Als.', fine brauche* of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gent's Undcrwoir at different prices
German Hose, fr JIU 10 rents up
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
Tho Dost French Corsets, from 75 rents to SI
The la tust style of Felt a id straw Dat?
Triinuiiugs, Buttons, Ribbons kc, at thc lowest cash
JSTUemcmbcr the CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE AL?0 NOTIFY OCR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that we have built an addition to
our store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
TRUNES, fcc., which will bc sold at thc lowest cash
Call and examine oar Slock.
JOS" ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-STREET.
FCRCHGOTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 3nio
T R A U S S ?Si VANCE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, PULL 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 agent lu New York will furnish sup?
plies of Now Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3raos
EXCHANGE BOUGHT IND
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
Lr SES SE k WELLS, No. 1U Br.ad-strect
October ? Imo
EXCHANGE OiN NEW YU UK
FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
Septcmbcr8 nie Imo
KSALAS, AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
. Branch ot tho Havaua Segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respectfully luvite the attention
of dealers and smokers to his very large stork of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGARS, ol all grades
aud fizz's. cxcelWl by few in this country, and war?
ranted to bc as represented.
.-ample boxes sent to tho country and order* ex?
ecuted by Express, C O. D.( or 30 days' city accep?
No. IIS EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Augnst 24 mwf?mo
CHARLESTON HOTEL HABLES.
THESE EXTENSIVE STABLES ARE NOW IN
thorough topair aud contain
A FULL STOCK OF HORSES AND VEHICLE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Which can bc obtained at all hours.
OPEN AND CLOSE CARRIAGES AND BUG?
GIES AL Vt* AYS ON HAND.
HORSES ALSO TAKEN ON LIVERY.
DODGH8 i JACKSON,
rhorlestou Hotel Stablos.
september 3 2mos* Pinckney-street.
T T O SONNTAG,
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. 141 Market-street, between Kins,
aud Archdale streets.
Gents'Coats, Vests and Pants CLEANED. DYE!
and PRESSED. RE'3ULAR SCOURING CONE.
Beware of Tai'or-ppongiLg.
September 25 fmw2mo<
yyiLLIS ?.V CH1SOLAI,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO TUE PURCHASE, SALE A NI
SHIPMENT -to Foreign am'. Domestic Torta) o
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANID; WHARF, Cbarloeton, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. R. CHTSOLM
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
A's. 85 MARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be f^und every variety of GREA'
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
dershirts, Vesta and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks
Boot3' Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Baps
Valise?, 4c. February 6
(?romics and /HiscfllaneoES.
PATENr STEEL BRUSH COTTON GINS,
BRINLEY'S PATENT KENTUCKY
JUST RECEIVED AND FCR SALE BY
October 7 1 No. 52 East Bay.
-I ~ BJHDS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
X.O lo bids. Clayed Molasses
75 barrels cheap Syrup.
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE A: CO.,
October 6 2 No. 207 East Bay-street.
r f\r\ SACKS LIVERPOOL COARSE SALT
OUU 100 saolcs Liverpool Fine Salt
10 sacks Table Salt.
For sale by W. H. CHAPEE & CO..
October 6 2 No. 207 Kant Bay street.
PORTER ANO ALE.
CASKS "TRUMAN, HANBURY A- CO.'S" POR
- casks "Byass" Potter-pints
- casks "Youuger's Pale Ale-quarts and pints
- casks "Younger's" Strong Ale. pints-in jugs.
For sale by W. H. CHArEE & CO.,
October G 2_No. 207 feast B iy-street
RIO COFFEE, MJUA?, ROPE,
Lrrez -00 Lb's. Cuba and Porto Rico Sugar
300 coils Rope
60 bbls. Molasses.
Unding and for sale by MORDECAI & CO.
SARDJNES, NAILS, CANDLES
1 A A CASES QUARTER TINS SARDINES
XUU 600 kegs Nails
200 boxes Candles
50 boxes Soap
20 hbds. Bacon Sides and Shoulders.
Landing and for sale by A. TOBIAS' SONS.
October C 2
COHN FOR SALE.
1 AA BUSHELS PRIME WESTERN CORN.
J-OUU For sale by
SCHEVEN i: NISBET,
October C 3 Accommodation Wharf.
i OTATOES, ONIONS, APPLES
FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH.
October C 3* No. 52 State-street.
MILL POND OYS ? * RS,
PLANIED, NURTURED AND FED BY THE
Cannousboro' Company, universally acknowl
edeed by judges to bc tho finest flavoed OYSTERS
in the world-fat themselves and most fattening
nourishment, superior to Norfolk and New York
Bivalves in delicacy, sweetno.s and relish.
To be had in quautity or at retail, by the barrel,
bushel or pe k in the shell, and by tho gallon, quart
or pint opened, at the WEST END OF BE ^STREET.
October fi_JOHN S. SOHMIDT, Agent.
LIQUORS ! LJQUfRS!
GREAT REDUCTION JUST MADE.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
of the best importing houses of New York
and Philadelphia, we are now cnat.led to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy, Port, Madeira, Sherry
and Claret Wiues, l ure Holland Gin, London Porter
and Scotch Ale. Stouton's Bitters, ?c., at greatly re?
Par. ?es in want of a jy of the abovo articles, would
do well to give us a call bei>re purchasing elsewhere.
Qui.'k Sales and Snia'.l Profits is our mo.to.
BYRNE k FOOAR'IY,
No. 452 Kini?-street, corner Johu-S'reet,
Charle-ton, S. 0.
OLD KEN1UCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal?
Old Monongahela Ryo Vhiskey, per gallon.2 25
superior Monongahela Pye Whiskey, per gal... .2 60
Cnoics Old Monongahela Rye Wbiskoy, X.2 80
Choice Old Monongahela Rve Whiskey. XX.3 00
Choice Old Monongahela Rye Wbiskcv. XXX... .3 25
Old Nectir.4 00
Pure Hol'oud Giu.4 00
Fine Old Burgandy Port Wine..3 00
Fiuc did Madeira Wine.3 00
Fine Old Sherry Wine.3 00
Stoutou's fitters, per bottle. 75
London Porter, warranted, per dozen bottles... .3 00
English and scotch Ale, per dozen bottles.3 00
Claret Wlue, por dozeu bottles.6 00
Port Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Madeira Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Whiskey, per dozen bottles.0 to 12
Gin, per dozen bottles.12 00
A discount of ten per cent, ?ill be allowed on all
bills ol ?50. Imo October 6
PiG HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
CHOICE SUGAR CURED PIG HAMS AND
SHOULDERS, imbagiied, Just received and
tor sale at
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Harket streets.
Goods delivered free. October 3
WIES TERN RULE BACON
?)t \ HHDS. CLEAR RIB SIDES, DRY SALTED
?\J 5 hhds. Clear Sides, smoked
10 h'jds. Shoulders, smoked.
Just received, and for salo by
October 1 East Bay.
H. & H. wTcATHERYVOOD'S
EXTRA FINE. PURE OLD
TS ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPCXY OF
\_ OUR PURE OLD MONONGAHKLA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our lorrner numerous customers at tho
South, wc have appointed Me-srs. H. GERD IS &
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade t>t prices wu ch will en?
H. & H. W. CATHEUWOOD.
II. & II. W. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
pr/~\ 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, aud for sale low by
H. GERDTS A- CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 195 East Bay.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
? r. BALES S. L BAGGING
tj\t SO colls Rope.
For sale low by WM. GURNEY,
Octobei 5 niwfj No. 102 East Bay.
1 A A ROLLS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, PRICE
J.\J\J 24 cents cieh per yard.
Apply at MEETING.STREET ICE HOBSE.
COAL ! COAL!!
JOHN S . HORLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he hos commnnced tho COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 _ 3mo
REMOVAL OF THE CO-OPERA
TIVE GROCERY STORE.
THIS STORE HAVING BEEN REMOVED TO
the Southwest Con er ot MARKET AND MEEf
ING STREETS, and large additions bavins been
zua'le t-> the Stock. Stockholder!! aud tho public jrene
rally are rpfpestiully invited to call and examine the
same, which will be fouud to embrace a large and
varied assortment OfGBOCEKDSS of all descriptions,
and to be sold at tho lowest cash prices.
/Jjv-Goods delivered EREK OF CH ?EGE to rail?
road depots, wharve* and all parts o? the oity.
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest Cor icrof Markttaud Meeting-streets.
CO-OPERATIVE G ROCE ii Y,
SOUTHWEST CORNER MEETING AND
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply ot tho NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINKS LIQUORS,
etc.-wiU at all times be fouud at thu abovo Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend the advantages it
already offers to the public. Fres.i arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, aud cvorv facili?
ty afforded patrous.
The "object" of the AssociaUon is, as set forth in
its charter, "To furnish members and tue public
with the necc-sai .'es of life of good q lality, unadulte?
rated, and at loweat market rates, and troin the
profits of such salea to accumulate capita1 for its
Copies of tlie Constitution and By-Laws can be
fouud at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries legarding the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully au I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Suiienntcudent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant.
FOR SALK, OLD \LUSi'A!'h!ti, IN
any quantity, price 75 cents per hundred. Aoply
t the Office of the DAILY NEWS. February 20