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E W S SUMM A KY .
-Gold closed in New York yesterday dull at
-Cotton closed in Liverpool easier; uplands
. 10|d@10jd; Orleans lld?ll?d.
Cotton dosed in New York hesvy and ?@lo.
lower; sales 1200 bales, at 26@26Jc.
-Oblong and three-cornered envelopes are
-again coming in style.
-Queen Victoria is said to be the first Eng?
lish sovereign who ever saw Switzerland.
-The Pope is the only European sovereign
who does not smoke.
-Charles Dickens is to receive $40.000 for
his series of one hundred farewell readings in
-A citizen of Nebraska has invented a .'pat?
ent hen's neat," whilst a citizen of Connecticut
. has a "patent carpet-bag."
-Already the Union Pacific Railroad is de?
spatching snow ploughs to several points on
Cho line to fight the storms in the mountains.
- The brigands of houthern Italy are teach
' ?ng rich men the worth of life. They have now
?ne prisoner whose existence they value at
-Mr. Sullivan, editor of the "Irish People,''
.has Bued Brick Pomeroy for libel, claiming
$25.000 damages. Pomeroy had intimated that
Sullivan had changed bis politics for a bribe.
-An individual in Buffalo publishes a card to
the effect that the wages received by his young
son for marching iu political processions snp
? plies the family with butter.
-There is a steam engine in New York that
rnoB one hundred and twenty-five presses,
prints fifty different newspapers, makes hoop
- skirts, binds books, and runs a mile of shaft?
-The Adjntant-Goneral of North Carolina
bas ordered the militia of the State to be en?
rolled it the same time the voters are register?
ed. The white and oolored soldiers are to be
-In the approaching Peace Congress at
Berne, Switzerland, women will be admitted on
the same terms as men, and will be invited to
propose questions and take part in the discus?
-The New Orleans Picayune says : "That on
many plantations InJLonjenana thero will be I
rained fifty bim h cl? of oom to tho moro thia J
.year, besides the other crops. This is an un?
usually large yield, as hitherto twenty-five to
thirty bushels; was about the average. It has
.only been a ehort time since our sugar and cot
ton planters bought all their oom at the West.
We trust the practice will never be resumed.
They will now have corn to sell."
-A brilliant meteor was seen in Batavia,
New York, about 10 o'clock on Friday evening
last. Ita co Urse was from southeast to north?
west, and its color, upon first appearance, was
a bright blue, but gradually changed to a deep
green ere it faded from sight. It was of great
brilliancy, illuminating the whole heavens, and
causing trees, houses, and other objects to
. east a strong but transient shade.
-The New York Svening Post objects to
General Butler on account of bis "violent tem?
per," "bitter hatred," "extremepolitical opin?
ions," and because "he represents no cause, no
principle, no policy but the now obsolete poli?
cy of ven gean ce?'--.Tb isis the devil rebuking
sin.--Nopap?r exhibits more bitter hatred or
violent temper, or wages more vehemently
"the policy of vengeance," than this same Eve?
-During the last few years a Spaniard ia
-said to have realized a handsome fortune in
the City of Mequ inez, Morocco, by making de?
licious mo at patties,'large quantities of which
mite sent to all parts. Something having oo
? curred to excite the suspicions of the police,
they made a descent upon his bakery, and
found the body of a woman cut np in real
butcher style, and in the cellar they discover?
ed a large quantity of skulls. The Sultan sen?
tenced him to be dragged through the streets
and then ont to pieces while alive.
-Tho fire o in the woods of Oregon are des?
cribed as producing th? most terrific scene?.
At Yatina Bay ashes and cinders fill the air,
which at noonday is as black as midnight.
-Children were lost at a short distance from
their homes, and their mothers were wander?
ing around in search of their infants. In the
Wallamet Valley, the son in the morning and
?vening was of a murky red, changing as the
day advanced to crimson and violet. Tie
stage drivers could not distinguish tie road
beneath the wheels of the coaches, nor could
the pibts on the steamboats see the opposite
banks of the river.
-The passion for bull fighting is by no
means on the decline in Spain. Statistics
show that the art is flourishing, if not actually
on thc increase. In 1866 there were one hun?
dred and one bull rings, of which thirty-8ix
belonged to the capital towns of provinces, and
the remaining sixty-five to places of less
importance. The finest bull ring in Spain is
that of Valencia, which possesses 16,816 seats;
next comes that of Barcelona, which has 11,972
-seats; and then the chief bull ring of Madrid,
. which has 9766 seats. Although this last ring
is not the first in size in Spain, it is the first
in importance, because therein the bull fights
are more numerous and better than elsewhere
in the oo an try. Every Sunday afternoon in
Madrid, during the season, the bull ring is, as
.a matter of ooaree, crowded. The total num?
ber of bull fights which were held in Spain in
1861 was two hundred and forty-five, wmlo iu
1866 the number increased to three hundred
and thirty. But in addition to these, every
town in the laud has its "nooittos" or fights
with young bulls at the end of harvest time,
-and in all the principal cities there exist clubs
of amateur boll fighters.
-The New York Times, in noticing the new
electric clock now on exhibition in that city,
says: "These clocks are driven by the current
of an earth battery; they require no winding
up; they keep exact time continuously; and a
dozen or a hundred clocks in different rooms or
locahties may be run by the same battery, and
will always show exactly the same timo. The
pendulum rods are made of rosewood satura?
ted with parafine, and do not affect the regu?
larity of the clock by contraction or expansion.
The battery ia compos ed of ziuc and gas car?
bon, which are buried in the earth and gene?
rate the electric current regularly and steadily
for a long time, the moisture of the earth being
sufficient to produce tho action needed without
the use of acids. The wheelwork is of the
simplest construction, and when once adjusted
needs no.more attention. These electric clocks
must be of the highest utility for railroads,
-A Paris feuilletonist says : "There is &o
mach said by certain journalists about the friv?
olity and heartlessness of a very distinguished
lady (the Princess Metternich), that I think it
is no mora than just if I mention here a little
trait which was the other day brought to my
notice. Thc husband ot that lady had a foot?
man, who fell io love with madame's piquant
maid, and the two were married. A year after
the footman's young wife gave birth to a rosy
babe, at the same time when her aristocratic
mistress was confined. The mistress grew
well and nursed her child at her own breast.
The maid, however, was taken very sick short?
ly alter her confinement, and was unable to
Buckle her babe. The mistross then offered to
nurse her child too, and did so for two months,
and the babe is well and healthy to-day. How
many aristocratic women in Paris, where every
mother who can afford it shouts for a wet
nurse as soon as she has given birth to a child,
would have doae that ? We behove that tho
aforesaid lady has a much greater and nobler
heart than she is generally credited with."
-A book has lately been published by Lord
Wilton "On the Sports and Pursuits of tho
English as bearing upon their National Charac?
ter." Hib Lordship attempts to show that
there is a connection between political liberty
and field spoits, between free government and
following the bounds. He attempts to show
that only r aose countries in which field sports
have been popular, have ever achieved or
maintained their freedom; and he certainly
argues out his case with a good deal of skill.
The Pall Mall Gazette, however, takes his
Lordship to task qu ito amusingly. It shows
that so far 33 England is concerned, tho sport?
ing classes have been the supporters of despot?
ism in government, while the liberties of Eng?
land have been preserved by tailors and cob?
blers. Lord Wilton himself admits that the
nurses and ?ad?es of liborty have always been
great cities, sjod assuredly, in the times when
great cities were the choson abodes of freedom,
the citizens were not sportsmen. A sharp
line of demarcation was drawn between tho
nobility, landed gentry and yeomanry, and
men who made their money by trade. The
merchants and the tradesmen of England, at
all events, in the seventeenth century, and
oven much later, seldom gave a thought to
field sports. Such ideas were quite alien to
their ordinary habits of thought, and hqrses
hounds and guns were no more for them than
they, were for their scullions or apprentices.
Yet these are fie people, and not sportsmen,
who preserved free English institutions.
THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1868.
For Pr?sident.HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For vice-President.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
The October Elections.
The October elections have opened most
encouragingly for the friends of SEYMOUR
and BLAIR. Idaho, in the far West, has
given an increased Democratio majority,
Jfbf?T'rliTs" rena?t li VHfl "fitly aaa oed KyTB?"
East in the cheering news that reaches us
from Connecticut. Another week and
Pennsylvania and Ohio, we trust, will have
struck ponderous blows in the good cause;
and within a fortnight we shall have heard
from Indiana, West Virginia and Nebraska.
The following is a summary of the statis?
tics by oomparison with which the signifi?
cance of the result of these elections must
be determined : Pennsylvania at the last
Presidential election gave 20,075 majority
for the Republicans. At the last State elec?
tion (1867) she gave 922 majority for the
Democrats. The offices to be filled this
year are those of Auditor and Surveyor
Generals and Congressmen. Ohio gave a
Republican majority at the Presidential elec?
tion in 1864 of 54,751, and at the Gubernato?
rial election last year of2983. A full Congres?
sional ticket and all the State officers but
the Governor are to be chosen this year.
Indiana gave a Republican majority of 20,
189 for President in 1864, and of 14,202 at
the State election in 1866. Speaker Col?
fax's district (the Eleventh) returned him
to Congress by a majority of 2428. A full
State and Congressional ticket is to be
chosen this year. West Virginia gave a
majority of 12,714 for the Republicans at
the last Presidential election, and 6644 at
the Gubernatorial election in 1S66. A full
State and Congressional ticket is to be
chosen on the 22d inst. Nebraska was not
a State until 18G6, when a general election
resulted in a Republican majority of 145,
out of an aggregate vote of 8041. She also
chooses a State and Congressional ticket
"Man to man so oft' unjust, is
Always so to woman."-[Brno?r.
The maids and matrons of merry England
are joyous and glad, for thirty-three women
will vote at the coming election. Not less
than twenty thousand women claimed, in
person, the right of suffrage, and of this
noble army thrice eleven have been reward?
ed with sucoeBS. Mrs. John Bull has plucked
the first honors from sweet CADY STANTON
and gushing LUCY STONE. The women of
England have unfurled their parasols to the
breeze of freedom, and squeal with one ac?
cord their famous cry : "Latch keys and
"the right to vote."
But, seriously speaking, this woman vo?
ting is anything but a joke. Women are
already dangerous enough. They rule the
world, govern all minkind but themselves,
and make poor men their slaves. As sweet?
hearts they are inimitable. As mothers
they cannot be surpassed. As clotheB pegs
they astound unbelievers. Had they less
faults, we could not love them more. Still,
when it comes to voting, when Rosalind or
Jane declaims, with the wife of BRUTUS :
"Think you I am no stronger than my sex ?" I
the question is one of supreme importance,
and he is the happiest man who forms no
opinion until he can be sure cf swimming
with the tide.
Of course, woman suffrage is the natural
corollary of manhood suffrage. The male
scamp; the remorseless treader on the trail
of woman, the "horrid wretch" of society;
the creature who has no eye for beauty, or
mind for matrimony; the maligner of chig?
nons and panniers; the man who lies and steals
and is not found out-is allowed to vote.
Why may not the same privilege be granted
to woman ? Miss EVANS, the author of
Adim Bede and Romola, can vote know?
ingly, whether the spout of the parish pump
shall be straight or crooked. Miss BEAU
DON, or cavalry-smitten "Ouida," would be
an invaluable legislator upon our social
system. Any one of the thousands of spec?
tacled, umbrellaed, flat-footed women whc
make "flannel veskits" for the Sandwich
Islanders, er collect coppers for the erec?
tion of a model nursery in the wilds of j
Kamsehatka, could vote intelligently for
town clerk or president, or for delegate lo
a publican convention. Any woman who is
competent to make lover or husband as un?
comfortable as a pig in a sausage machine,
is fully competent to vote. If so, why not !
Nevertheless, woman suffroge would not
neutralize the harm doue by the votes of |
ignorant and depraved men, because all
women are not intelligent any more than
they are all lovely and amiable. There
would be some sense in giving the right to
vote to educated women: but where is the
wisdom of sending io the polls a feminine
battalion who do not know a ballot from a
bonnet, who have no souls for their coun?
try, and no love save J.'or Bweet Augustus
The fair sex, however, are tired of dis?
coursing with important face on ribbons,
fans, and gloves and lace, and will not give
up a Testige of their rights. They had
rather compromise themselves than compro?
mise their principles, and will doubtless
insifct that every woman of twenty-one years
of age shall be allowed to vote. There will
be no danger of minors voting. Few will
admit twenty-one years who are not at least
When the vote has been secured, the hold?
ing office will follow. They may have fe?
male members of Congress and female mem?
bers of Parliament. As an luglish revising
officer says : "On the evening when it had
"been announced that the budget would bc
"brought forward, it might be requisite to
"announce that the Chancellor of the Exche
"quer had just been confined of a fine boy !
"Or if the Prime Minister had to be present
"at a particular moment in the House to
"answer some important question which
"affected the State, then the House might
"have to be content with this sort of an ex
"cuse : 'That the Prime Minister was in the
" 'lobby nursing her baby.' "
And what jolly fun it will be at the elec?
tions. The handsome man will be the pop?
ular candidate, and the tired-out politician
will be laid on the shelf. To one constitu?
ent will be promised a beau, to another per?
petual youth, to a third a cap for the baby.
Soft words and sweet smiles will take 'he
place of pamphlets and orations. The mod?
ern Mantalini will be in the ascendant, and
if all else fails, the successful aspirant for
honors will cheerfully agree to marry all
his constituents. There will be less of the
delicacy, the purity, the refinement and the
modesty of womanhood than there is now;
but the progress-shriekers will be satisfied,
ami the woxLLwill.be. safe, because women I
FOR SALK. A SASH, DOUR ANO BLIND
FAC rORX, with Woodworth Planing Machine,
situated at the comer of Bcaotaln mid Rutledge
r.rreets. A lease ol the premise:) cm be obtains J on
favorable terms. The Machinery consists of:
1 W00DW0R1H PLANEK
1 Turning Machine
2 Sash MouldinK Ma hines
1 Power Mortice Machino
1 Slat Machine
1 Turning Lathe
3 pair Arbors and Pulleys
2 Foot Mortice Machines
1 Mitre Machine
1 Boring Machine,
With Belting. Ac,
All ready for immediato use. A ten horse Eueine
included in the leise of the premises.
To any one desirous ot' continuing the business a
favorable opportunity is offered.
Apply on the premisos to SALTUS & BOCHE, or
to WILLIAM G. W H IL DEN & 00.
October 8 (btu4 No. 137 Meeting-street.
PORTABLE STU AM ENGINE, SIX (0)
HORSE IOWER, but little used, for sale cheap.
Apply to CAMERON, BARKLttY A CO.
October 6 6
TO RK\T, RESIDENCE No. 10 BULL
SIRKET, we?t of Pitt, six squnrs rooms, pi?
azzas, gas and outbuildings.
R. M. MARSHALL A BRO.,
Real Estate Brokers. No. 33 Broad street
September 8 2
TO RENT, TWO FINE ROOMS, No.
307 Kiug-s:reet. Apply in the STORE below.
August 15 stuth
TO RENT, A HOUSE ON EAST BAY,
next to thc coiner of Society-street, containing
seven square rooms and all necessary outbui'dings.
Apply on MARSHALL'S WHARF, east end of Cal
houn-street. stuth September 2G
TO RENT, THAT FIHST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS S i AND, NO. 200 King-street, a few doors
south of Wentworth-?treet, now occupied bj F. von
i-anten. September 29
TO KENT, ONE OF THE OLDEST AND
best Stands lu the city for a Grocery and Bar
Roora. Apply to No. 217 EAST BAY opposite Now
Custom House. September 15
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE TWO
AND A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. 4 Mary
street. Also, a HOUSE No. 2 Doughty-slroet. Ap?
ply to W. BYRNE, northeast corner Klug and John
streets. September ir,
TO REST, A PART OK HOUSE No. IT!
Coming-street. Inquire on premises.
TO RENT. FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on thc front beach Sullivan's leland, back of
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEWS OF?
FICE. July 2
TO RENT, AT SULLIVANS ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-TsTOEY HOUSE?, situated
close to Fort Beauregard, both having double
piazzas facing north and south. Both Houses are
in good condition, and well adartcd for private rep ?
dunces, hotels or bi arding establishments. To bc
rented singly or together; the Furniture takon by
agreement, il desirable. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OE THE DAILY .NEWS.
I)is50lut!nu of Copartnership.
DISSOLUTION UP COPARTNERSHIP.
Thc Copartnership heretofore existing be?
tween the Subscribers, under the stvle of PtRRY
CLEAS i: HALSEY, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. The affairs of the late firm will be settled
by E. L. HALsEY, who will continue the bu-iues.
at the old stand, at Wharf, Westend Montague-street.
JAMES S. PERKYCLEAR.
E. L. HALSEY.
Charleston, ?. C., September 30,1868.
October 2 C
pst ano /onnb.
FOI ND, GOING ASTRAY", A BLACK
NEWFOUN1LAND DOG, with leather oo'lar
and city badge on. '1 he owner can have the same
by applying at THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Of FIVE. Septemb'r23
EEMOVAL-DK. FRANCIS L. PAR?
KE lt has removed his Office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 71 HAS EL-STREET, two doors
east of the Po?toffiee. July 21
J? KAISERLICHE BLUTREINI.
For sale by E. H. KELLERS A CO.,
September 18 No. 131 MeeUng-street.
WANTED, BY A liADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for the press, employment on
one or more Literary Papers or Magazine?, as a
WEITER OF SKETCHES, POETRY-, Ac. Address
Miss K. E. W., Postoffice, Charleston, S. C.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MA * ??F
steady habits and perseverance, who can Rive
tho be*t of recommendations, COLLECTING TO
DO. Merchants having bills for collec ion which
?hey would like to give out, address .SUCCESS,
through Po?toflico. October 7
WANTED, A FURNISHED HOUSE, OK
partly ?-o, in the central part of th-j city, by a
small family. Address Mr?. H. WEBSTER Postof
fice. 3* October G
WA N TED, BY A RESPECTABLE
white female, a situation as Seamstress or
Child's Kurse, or to assist in Housekeeping general?
ly. Apply at No. 122 CALHOUN-STREEX.
October 6 _
AGENTS WANTED.-A SPLENDID
CAMPAIGN BOOK.-Agents wanted to sell the
best Democratic Campaign Book in the fie -1, Contains
biographies of SEYMOUR, BLAIR, and ol her leading
Democratic statesmen, os well as a romp etc history
cf thc party. Illustrated by portraits. E??commend?
ed by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. Haucock, and others, as
the most valuable political text-book published.
Address D. APPLETON A CO., Publishers, New
York. lm Sept ember 26
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
ARMED MAN, as overseer of hanc i. or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or wt lehman, or
any other employment that a one-armed man can
BIL Apply at No. li ANN-aTREET. Applicant can
give good references. September 22
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO
writes a plain and legible hand, a situation
where he can earn a livelihood for the support of his
fatiily. Address ..Penman." OFFICE DA ILY NEWS.
September 21 _
HOUSE WANTED.--A PUNCTUAL AND
permanent tenant wishes to rent ii small but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
must be moderate. Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, Ac , "A.
B.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS._September IS
TTTANTED, BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
VT tho up-countrv, a situation as CLERK in
either a Wholesalo or* Retail Grocery fci:ore; is ex?
perienced in the business, and can influence trade.
Best of references given. Address CLE.::K, through
Charleston Postolfice, jontn Carolina.
September ll _
CAMPAIGN GOODS.-Eisht by ten Oval Steel
Lugravings of SEYMOUR AND BLAIR, with or
without trained, bheets 25 cents each. Life of both
25 cents. Photographs, Pins, Badges, Cuarta.
Ac, one hundred por cent profit. Sample packages
by mail for one dollar. Address at once
GOODSPEED ft CO.,
August 14 2rao* No. 37 Park Bow. N. Y.
can be obtained by applicatio .o lbs "UNION
HUME," ?rom 0 til 1 ll o'clock daily.
Servants eau aUo lind places by application to tho
same place, ut the same hoars. Inquire lor thc Ma?
tron, corner Church and Chalmers stieet
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FUR ALL
TUE LEADING MAGAZI>ES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. 161 King-street.
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
to sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTH ts LINES. Write for circulars to thc
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 102 Broadway,
New York. Cmos April 20
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SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Librs.ry of New
Books contains all oi the latest publications.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
IV ER FOO L
LONDON' AND GLOBE
INSURANCE CO Ml'ANY.
Stockholders individually responsible, by act of
Parliament, for all losses.
This Company continues to issue Policies in tho
following forms, FROM ONE DAY TO A YEAR :
PERPETUAL POLICIES, whore a bonus ls de
pos?edj.?'LOAIING POLICIES, covert: g all species
..' .M"?'?!-"-Vr"- .'~u**??n? Cotton In ass and all
parts ot the city and o"?u?*,._;"r J
The two last recommend themselves for CHEAP?
NESS, and obviate thc annoyances attendant upon
C. T. LOWNDES, Agent,
September 10 tli8 No. 10 Bread-street.
QAPITAL ? 10,0 00,000 IN GOLD.
RISKS AGAINST LOSS OR DAMAGE
TAKEN AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES,
DWELLINGS, STORES AND GENERAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
PROMPT PAYMENTS MADE
IN CURRENCY. OR GOLD IF DESIRED.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
No. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
June 4 thuiGmos
A C A R D .
The undersigned, having sold his entire interest
in the Hotel known as thc
in Columbia, S. C., would lake great pleasure in re?
commending hie iriends to continue their patronago
to tha new proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT has ha 1 charge of ?he Hotel for
me for a year past, and will continue to have the
entire management of the Hotel under thc new ar?
I feel assured that the house will maintain its for
mer reputation as a first-class Hotel.
T. 8. NICKERSON.
COLUMBIA, 9. C., September 1,1868.
September 24 thm2atos
VICTORIA HOTEL-THE PROPRIE?
TOR announces to his patrons, and the public
in general, that tho price oi board fer transient and
permanent boarders has been considerably reduced.
The Hotel is located in the business part of King
street, corner of Princess. It is one of thc best fur?
nished Hotels in tho city. The proprietor bas kept
it for the last twelve yeats, and hi? motto is to make
every ?tuest feel at home.
Price for Transient Boarders, per day.S2 50
Price lor Permanent Boarders, per week. 8 00
F. OPDE BEECK, Proprietor.
October 6 tuthdmo
K VV V O ll K II O T E L ,
Ko 7 2 1 BROADWAY.
NEW YORK CriY.
O. M. H1LDKETH & CO., Proprietors,
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, a? popularly known in former times
un-?er the manage*-_eut oi J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON Ar
C ;., is now uadei thc proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HILDRETH A T. B. ROCKWAY, uner the finn ol
D. M. HILDRETH fe CO.
The senior partner from his long experience a? a
pioprieior of the Veranda, St. Lo H ts and St Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, natters himself that he can
assure his friends and the public generally, that it*
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-.'lass
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
management. lyr* February 13
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Transient Board S2 30 per Day.
KIRKLAND ?i CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
g POTTS WOOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PBOPIIIF.TOH9,
TRUSTK Iis OF 1 HB COLLEGE OF
ASPACIAL MEETING WILL BE HELD 1 HIS
AFiERNOON, at Five o'clock, at tao Council
By order of the PresJdont.
Octobor 8 1 Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA MUTUAL LIFE IN?
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THIS COM?
PANY will be held This Evening, 8tbinst., at
Masonic Hall, ut naif-past teven o'clock.
F. M. BURDELL,
October 8 2 f ecrctary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON LODGE No. 5, A. F. M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
?L LODGE will be held at Masonic Hall, This
Thura?ay) I vening, October 8, at at Seven o'clock.
Candidates for Degrees will bc puuctual.
By order W. M. S. WEBB,
January H 1 f-ccrctary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER
COMPANY, No. 2.
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of your Company, at the Hall, Wentworth
irreet, TAis Evening, at half-past Seven o'clock.
By order. GEO. McLAIN,
October 8 1 Secrotary.
COLORED DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD
ATI END A MEETING OF YOUR CLUB, AT
Fordham's Hall, Meeting-street, at Elgbt
'"clock This Evening.
Several addresses will bc made.
By order. F. M. MEARS,
October 8 1 Stcrotary.
lloticcs in Dcnhruptnj.
IN THfiT^DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATIS FCR THE DISTRICT OF
;OUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF ED
WARD G. BUME, BAH ERUPT-PETITION FOR
FULL AND FINAL PIS CH ABOR TN BANKRUPT?
CY -Ordered, iii it a haarin* be bad on the sixth day
if November next, A, D, 1BG8, at ono o'clock P. M., at
.ht F?deral Courthouse in CiidesUn, 9. C., and
hat all creditors, Ac, of aaid Bankrupt appear and
thow cause, If any they have, why tue prayer of tho
?Utionor should not be granted, and that the se
;ond moating of creditors bo held at the office of
a. B. CARPENTER, Esq., Registrar, Charleston, S.
3., on the fifth day of November, at twelve o'clock M.
By order of Ibo Court, this 20th day of September,
D. 1868. DANI UL HORLBEC'K,
Clerk of the District C?urt
District of South Carolina.
?B*Gcorgetown Times publish once a week for
wo weeks. th2 October 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE LECTURES IN THIS INSTITUTION WILL
o? rs sumed os MONDA), tho 2d ofNoveniber. 1808,
tad continued until tho first Saturday in March,
1860. CLINICAL LB CTURES will be delivered dur
,ng the Scs-ion at tho City Hospitals bv the Profes?
are of Practice of Medicine, Obstetrics nnd Surgery
-to which thc Students will to admitiad free of
! I argo. Expensr s for tho Course: Matriculation Feo,
laid once, $6; Entire Couran of Lectures, $105; Tick
it for Dissection, $10; Graduation Foe, $30.
J. E. HOLBROOK, M. D., Emeritus Profecsor of
El. GEDDING?, M. D., Professor of tho Institutes and
Practice ol Medicino.
U. SHEPARD, M. D., Professor of Chemistry,
lt. A. KINLOCH, M. I?., Profesor of sureery.
P. M. ROBER ISON, M. D., Profeaior of Oustelrics
and Diseases of Women and Children.
I . P. CH AZAL, M. D., Professor of General Patholo?
gy, Pathological Anatomy and Hvgieup.
IJJ.DDI.ElON MICHEL, M. D., Professor of General
Anatomy and Physiology.
SEO. E. TRESCOTT, M. D., Professor of Materia
M?dica und Therapeutics.
P. L. PARKEU. M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy
and Lecturer on Anatomy.
W. H. BAILEY, M. D., As.-isUnt Demonstrator of
Analoray. F. M. ROBERTSON. iL D.,
October 8 thtus3 cac Dean of the Faculty.
HI ?II SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
Thc exorcises of this School will bo resumed
Dn Monday. October 12tb.
lhorougn instruction given in Latin, Greek,
French, German, Mathematics, and thc higher
branches of English.
Terms ol' tuition, $12 per quarter, payable in ad?
No extra charge for French, German or Station
W. R. KINGMAN, A. M., Principal.
F. W. CLEMENT, A. 13., Assistant.
C. V. DIBBLE, A. B., Assistant.
H. P. FEDGAS.A. M^Fa-endi Jllastcr. ..
October G 8
PUBLIC SCHOOLS.-THE EXERCISES
of tho PUBLIC SCHOOLS of this city will be
resumed on Monday, the Cth October.
Admissions to vacancies will be made at thc re?
spective Schools every Monday morning, between
(ho boura of 9 aud 1U o'clock, on and attcr thc 12:h
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKF.
Secretory Coin missioners Free Schools.
September 23 10
MRS. HOPSON FINCKNEY WILL RE?
SUME* the Exercises of her SCHOOL FOR
ifOUNG LADIES on Monday, Octobers, at No. 38
Instruction given iu the French and German Lan?
guages by the best Professors.
September 21 Imo
NIGHT SCHOOL? NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 33 WENTWORIB-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF EN GUSH LUTHERAN CHUaCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR ore from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per mouth m advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December2 C. H. BERGMANN.
RICHMOND FEMALE INSTITUTE.
Tho next Session begins October 1st, undermost
Attention i- called to tho superior Educational and
Boarding advantages now offered by the Institute.
For catalogues, or any special information, address
jr apply to
CHARLES H. WINSTON, M. A.,
September 19 Imo President.
TJTN1VERSITY OF THE SOUTH.
8 E W A N E E .
RT. REV. WM. M. GREEN, D. D., Chancellor.
RT. REV. C. T. QUINTARD, D. D., LL. D, Vice
Trustees-The Bishops of North Carolina, Poulh
Carolina, Georgia. Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Tennessee, Texai and Arkansas ex offuno,
ind one Clerical and two Lay Trustees from each
jf said Diocese >.
The Hoard of Trustees of the University announce
that they will open the Junior Department at T."ra?
yer? i ty Place, on Wedne'day, the 10th day of Sep
tembor next, under General J. GOHGA->, of Ala?
bama, as Head Master, a distinguished graduate of
West Point, very highly recommended by General
Lee and other leading men of the country.
Desiring to make tho school simply self-sustain?
ing, the Triis'ccs have fixed upon the sum of $3CU
per year to cover the entire charges, except matricu?
lation fcc (Sid) and medical attendance. Students
will bc required to furnish their own sheets, piltows,
cases and towels. Payment will be required semi?
annually in advance.
Tho first term will close December 15, and the
school will reopen, after the Christmas vacation, cn
tho 10th day of February, remaining m ses.ion dur?
ing thc summer except a short recess.
Communications in reference to thc School should
bc addressed to GEO. P.. FAIRBANKS, Esq., Treasu?
rer cf the University, University Place, Franklin
The location of the T'niversity on the beautiful and
salubrious plateau of tho Cumberland Mountains is
too well known IQ require desorption.
Persons coming lo University Place change cars at
Cowan Station, Nashville and Chattanooga itailroud,
and take the cars of the Tennesseu Coal Company to
University Station (9 miles) ou thc University do?
main. WILLIAM MERCER GREEN,
September 9 < bancollor.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOONG LADIES.
Nos. 106 ANO 108 LINDEN Row, FRANKLIN- STREET.
THE DUTIES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE RE?
SUMED on thc first day of October next
Circulars can be bad ol GfcORUE L. BIDGOOD.
Booksellers, of STEVENS, PEGU AM A CO., or of
Box No. 126, Richmond, Virginia.
Soptcmber 18 2m o
TAILORING .-J NO. HUGH El MER
respectfully informs hts friends and customers
that he has just returned from New York with a lull
assortment of CLOTHS. ^ASSIMERES and VEST?
INGS for Fall tno winter wear.
Ho has also a supply of t he celebrated STAR
SHIRL'S, and a generul assortment of Gentlemen's
He invites a call and inspection of his Stock at his
No. 141 KING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
Three doora north of Queen.
September 21 4tuths9
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 M A RKET-S TREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be found every variety of GKEA1
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un?
dershirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks.
Boots> Shoes, Hats and Cape, Trunks, Carpet Bogs,
Volices, Ac, Februarys
jpri, ?nolis, (tic. _
MESSRS. LOUIS G0HE?V & CO.,
No. 248 KIMO - STREUT,
HAVE OPENED A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
FOREIGN MD D01SIIC DM GOODS,
WHICH THEY WILL OFFEB TO THE PUBLIC
VERY LOW PHI CEU.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION 13 CALLED TO THEIR
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS DRESS GOODS
Will offer for sale on MONDAY, the 5th ins'ant,
A CHOICE LOT OF DRESS GOODS, LESS
THAN COST OF IMPORTATION.
LOUIS COHEN & CO,,
No. 249 KING-STREET.
QHEAP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every steamer, large invoices ot
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered in this market. City as well as couutry buy?
ers can save lrom fifteen to twenty-five per cent by
buying their Goods from tho above" firm.
A lot of Dress Qoods, lrom 20 to 25 cents fer yard
Best Trish Poplin.-", from 30 to 50 cents per yard
Calicoes, at 10,12J< md 15 cents per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from $125 up
8-4 White Table Damask, oiily $1 per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only 60 cents per jard
Worsted Table Cloths, from St 25 up
Linen Towels, from 15 cents up
A large assortment ol White and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low i oat, will be sold from $3 up
Colored Quilts, from SI 75 to $2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4, 114,12-4, from 52 50
Ladies'English Hose, without seams, lrom 37 to 50
Jeans, from 20 to 25 rents (best)
Sali. eis. from 50 to 75 cent?
A large qanti'.y ol the latest style of Cassimeres, from
SI to SI 50
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to ?3 50
A variety ot Shaw.s, at S2, $2 50, S3, S3 01, SI, and $5
Brown and White Shirting, at 10, 12,'i and 15 cents
AISJ, fine branches of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gent's Underwear at different prices
German Hose, from 10 cents up
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 60 cents
Tho Dect FreDCh Corbets, from 75 cents to $1
The latest style of Felt a td Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttous, Ribbons, Ac, at thc lowest cash
,05-nomember the CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KINO STREETS.
WK ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that we have built au addition to
our Store, exclusively for BOOTS, SBOE-:, HATS,
TRUNKS, Ac, which will bc sold at tlu lowest cash
CjiU and esaminnoutSincL. _
fiST Elf IK ANCE IN CALHO UN-STREET.
FURCHGOTT dc BRO.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 3mo
FURNISHING GOODS, TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CU..
NO. 3 7 HATS E-STREET.
BEG TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
city and country customers, and the trade generally,
to their complete aud attractive assortment ol' the
above mentioned Goods.
Our PURCHASING PARTNER Is constantly in the
NEW YORK MARKET, and weare thereby enabled
to offer peculiar advantages to our customers in both
We would also invite an examination of
COLBY'S VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
THE ONLY FAULTLESS SKfRT HADE,
For which we aro SOLE AGENTS in this city.
September 24 nae thstulmo
g T lt A D S S ? VANCE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS.FOREIGN DRY GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and pri?es is respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually tilled. Au ageut in New York will furnish sup?
plies of New Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3mos
HILL POND OTSTEE8,
PLANTED, NURTURED AND FED BY TUE
Cannonsboro' Company, universally acknowl?
edged by judges to bo thc finest flavored OYS IK KS
in the world-fat themselves and most fattening
nourishment, superior to Norfolk aud New i'nrk
Bivalves in delitacy. sweetness and relish.
To be had in quantity or at retail, by the barrel,
busbel or po k in tho shell, and by the gallon, quart
or piut opened, at the WEST END OF BEE-STREE V.
October 6 JOHN 8. SCHMIDT, Ageul.
REMOVAL OF THE CO-OPERA?
TIVE GROCERY STORE.
THIS STORE HAVING BK EN REMOVED TO
the Southwest Cor' er ot MARKET AND MEET?
ING STREETS, and large additions having been
ma ie to thu Stock, Stockholders aud thc public gene?
rally are respectfully invited to call and examine the
same, which will be found to embrace a large and
varied assortment of GROCERIES of all descriptions,
and to bc sold at the lowest cash prices.
?f-Gnods delivered FREE OF CH \RGE to rail?
road depots, wharves and all parts ol' the city.
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Sou'hwest Cor ter of Marketand Meeting-streets.
SOUTHWEST CORNER MEETING AND
AN EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLT.
selected ?upply ot the NECESSARIES Of
LIFE, and also the liixuries-WINES LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all timos bo lound at thc above Store
established under thc auspices ot the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will conduite and extend th? advautages il
already offers to the publie. Erosa arrivals aud
bargains will be regularly reported, and every faclli.
ty afforded patrous.
Thc "object" of the Association is, as set forth in
its charter, "To furnish members ar. 1 the public
with thc necessaries ot life ot good q-unity, unadulte
ratoa, and at lowest market rates, and trom tht
profits ol' such sales to accumulate capita! for it/
Copies of t-c Constitution and By-Laws can bf
found at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quiries legarding the practical working of the enter?
prise will be most cheerfully an 1 promptly satisfied,
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant.
BAGGING AND ROPE.
BALES S. I. BAGGING
50 coils Rope.
For sale low by WM. GURNEY,
Octobei 5 mwfJ No. 102 East Bay.
grama ono ?li$ctUtitois.
BUNDEE RAGGING; ie.
OAl j A YARDS l>i LBS. DUNDEE BAGGING
0\Jy'\J 100 baga Kio, Lagu*yra and Java Coffee
100 bi l?., bbds. and tierces Muscovado and common
100 bbls. and hhds. Refined and Muscovado Sugars 2
100 bbls. Flour
10) sacks Salt
20 ) boxes soap and Candi. s
(0 chests Green and Black Tea
50 caees Oysters, Lobsters and Sardines in cans. 3
For ?ale low by CLAC1U.S tc WITTE.
October 8 tbtu5 No. 8C East Bay.
FRENCH AND CATAWBA
[? A AND 10.8 CASKS FRENCH AND CATAWBA
O 4t BRANDY
10-4 casks Holland Gin and Scotch Whiskey
50 bbls. Cabinet. Nectar aud other Whiskeys
10 bbls. Jau._ica and St. Croix Bum
CO quarter casks Madeira, Sherry, Port and Malaga
100 cases Rhenish, Claret and Sautern Wines
50 cases Bitter?, Russ' and other kinds
50 cases champagne, imported and imitation
100 M. Cigars of different grades
500 lbs. Durham Smoking Tobacco
50 box?.-? Chewing Tobacco
30 casks Bottled Ale and Porter
500 Demijohns of every size
100 hampers Wine Bottles.
For sale low by CLACTUS & WITTE,
October 8_ihtuS_No. 80 East Bay.
RYE FLOUR, BRAN, SHORTS,
Ac., ?Sci .
I fifi BBLS. AND SACKS No. 1 RYE FLOUR
LUU '-00 bbls., half, quarter and eighth bbl.
bags Family and Extra Flour.
All fresh ground at his Mill, of selected Southern
Fresh BRAN at 23 cents and ?horte at 32 cents per
bushel, with discount to the trade, for sale corner
Cumberland and Stato streets, by
October 8 thmtb3 F. W. CLAUSSEN.
BUT ?ER AND BACON, &c.
-| ?r HHDS. WEdTERN SHOULDERS
.Lt/ 20 firkins Choico Family Butter
25 kegs Prime Leaf Lard.
Just receive1., and for sale low by
October 8 thstu3 No. 102 East Bay.
300P0TT??DS of fbesh cracklings fo?
Apply at ' No, 68 MEf TING-STREET,
Octobers 1 Next to Mills House.
SHOULDERS & SUGAR-CURED
HHDS. PRIMI SHOULDERS
20 tes. Adams' S. C. Canvassed Hams.
Now in store and for tale bv
J. A. ENSLOW A- CO.,
October 8 No. 82 East Bay.
WHITE BEANS, SPLIT PEAS,
FULTON MARKET BEEF, ?vc.
-\TEWWBI CE BEANS
XS Split Peas
Fulton Market Boef, very choice
Extra Breakfast Baeon Strips, very small
Pure Cider Vinegar
Whit Wine Vinegar
A supply of the above just received at the
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE.
Southwest tonier Meeting and Harket streets.
Goods delivered tree. October 8
1 ?CAA BUSH' LS PRIME WESTERN CORN.
10UU For sale by
SCBEVEN & NISBET,
October C 3 Accommodation Wharf?
. OTATOES, ONIONS, APPLES
FOB SALE LOW FOR CASH.
Qclober C_3*_No. 52 State-street.
ENGLISH, SCOTCH AND IRISH
PORTERS AND ALES.
IMPORTED DIRECT TO THIS MARKET.
C1ASKS "R. B. BYASS" BROWN STOUT, QUARTS
i and pints
- caeks "R. B. Byass" stout Porter, quarts and
- casks "Findlatsr" Dublin Stout, pints
- casks " Bass" E. I. Ale, pints
- casks "Knox k Sons" "Alloa" Ale, pints
- casks "Tenncnt'o" Palo Ale, pints
- cases "Deverrish"Cbompagno Ale.
For sale at reasonable rates by
-- JAMES BANCROFT, JB.,
octi ber J th* No. 06 East Bay.
BACON, BAGGING, ROPE, &c.
Qr HHDS. STRICTLY PRIME CLEAR RIB
iU kb di. Strictly Prime Shoulders
25 boxes Plantation Shoulders
50 tierces Choice Sugar-cured Hams, various brands
50 tubs Pur? aaa kiln Lard.
75 bales HEAVY AND EXTRA HEAVY BAGGING
150 half coils Greenleaf Rope
KIO coils Best Flax Rope
10 bales Bagging Twins.
160 bags RIO COFFEE
60 bbls Mess Pork
150 bbls. Clarified and Refined Sugars
200 boxes Candles
20 bags Cbolce Old Java Coffee
Hhds. and bbls. Syrups and Mil .sses.
For sole by HENRY CUUIA k CO.
October 6 tuths3
WESTERN BULK JiiCON.
?)(\ HHDS. CLEAR RIB SIDES. DRY SALTED
?J\J 5 hhds. Clear Sides, smoked
10 bids. Shoulders, smoked.
Just received, and for salo by
October 1 East Bay.
LIQUORS ! LIQUORS !
GREAT REDUCTION JUST MADE.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
ot' the best importing houses of New York
and Philadelphia, we are now euablud to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy, Port, Madeira, 8herry
and Claret Wines, Pure Holland Gin, London Porter
and Scotch Ale, Stouton's Bitters, kc, at greatly re?
Parlies in want of any of the r.bovo articles, would
Jo well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Quick Sales and Small Profits is our motto.
BYI'NE k FOGARTY,
No. 132 King-street, corner John-street,
Charleston, 8. C.
OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal?
Old Monongahela Ryo Whi-'key. poi gallon.3 25
Superior Monongahela Rye Whiskey, ner gal....2 50
Choice Old Monongahela Rye Wbiako>, X.2 80
Choice Old Monongahela Eve Whiskey, XX.3 00
Choice Old Monongohelo Rye Whiskey. XXX... .3 25
Pure Holland Gin.4 00
Fine Old Burgandy Port Wine.3 00
Fine Old Madeira Wine.3 00
Fine Old Sherry Wine.3 00
Stouton's fitters, per bottle. 75
London Porter, worranted, per dozen bottles... .3 00
English and scotch Ale, p?ir dozen bluies.3 00
Claret Wine, per dozen betties.C 00
Tort Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Madeira Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 60
Whiskey, per dozen bottles.6 to 12
Gin, per dozen bottle?.12 00
A discount of ten per cent, will be allowed ou all
bills of ?t"0. Imo October 6
H. & H. W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
O?B PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our former numerous customers at the
south, we have uppointed Messes, H. GERD CS A
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade at prices winch will en?
H. k H. W. CATHERWOOD.
II. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PUKE OLD
?TA BBLS. OF THE ABOV C FAVORITE WHI3
0\J KEYS, consisting of X, XX. XXX, XXXX,
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, and also of
Now lauding, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS k CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 195 East Bay.
"I fifi ROLLS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, PRICE
JL\J\J 24 cents cash per yard.
Apply at MEElT.NG.SlTtrJET ICE BOT7SE.
Septemoer 10 Imo
BORNEO BAGGING !
-IMA. BALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
A^U weight and width.
For .?ale by GEO. A. TREN HOLM & SON.
October 3 stuthl?
JOHN S. HORLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that ne los commenced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicita a shore of their patronage.
August 17 3mo