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ING IN THE POSTOEFICE AT THE END ?F
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVID?
IONS OF THE NEW PO:TOFFICE LAW.
A UCTION SALES lill S BAY.
MII.ES DRAKE will sell at 10 o'clock, at Iiis
.-?torc, corner of Kins and Liberty streets,
boots, shoes and bats.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their auction hoose,f|Hasel-8treet, iurn:
ture. Lard ware, &c.
. LEITCH & BRUNS will soil at 10 o clock, at
the corner of State and Chalmers streets, the
contents of thc Carolinian Printing Office.
THE DAILY NEWS PRICE CTTBRENT AND COM
MEBCIAL CIBCULAB will be ready for delivery at
our counting room at nine o'clock this mora?
ine. Single copies five cents. Orders fer ten
copies and over will be fiUed at the vate of two
and a half cents per opy.
THE NOBTHEKN HAIL failed last evening from
all points beyond Wilmington.
B. B.-The Bruderliebe Bund gave one o? j
their weokly entertainments last night. The
.performances embraced both the drama and
the dance, and the knights of the sock and
buslru figured well in each.
POLITICAL.-In addition to the Republican
speakers mentioned yesterday, F. J. Moses,
Jr., and R. C. DeLarge will participate in the
political debate at Christ Church Parish. Hon.
Henry Wilson and Ex-Governor Hawley are
not expected before the close of tho month, and
will make tho last speeches of tho campaign.
THE ELECTIONS AND THE STATE FINANCES.
There has boon a marked rise in the quotations
ot South Carolina State s?curitie8 in this city
?ince tho announcement of tin result of tho re?
cent elections. State tonds and bills of tho
Bank of tho State are both higher. Bills re?
ceivable, however, aro unsaleable, as the op
portaaity of using them immediately for the
payment of taxes has passed.
MANAGER? OF ELECTIONS.-We publish this
morning the official advertisement of thc man?
agers of elections for Charleston county. We
are glad to see that, as far as our knowledge of |
the parsons named extends, there seems to
have boen a disposition to ]>ut proper men on
the board, and that we have consequently a
reasonablo hope of a fair election in this coun?
ty. The attention of the managers is called to
. an advertisement of a meeting of the beard,
which appears in another column.
ANOTHER BOAT ON THE STOCKS.-Mr. Silvey,
au old boat builder of Charleston, has now on
the stocks, at Bennett's East Mill, a fishing
Bmack, which, will be launched in a few days.
The boat ia thirty-five feet long on deck, with
thirteen feet beam and five feet hold. She
draws flvo and a half feet of water. " Mr. Sil- j
rey has been engaged in the construction of |
this boat for some time, but has only devoted
his spare moments to the work. When com?
pleted it wii: be one of the finest ashing boats
in the harbor.
THE THEATBZ.- Don Ctesar de Bazm was
perfoimed'by tho Templeton Troupe last night
. to a full paying house. Thens were a great
many ladies present, which has become a
rather unusual sight for Charleston theatres
in later years, bat is a fit compliment to this
troupe for their regard to the proprieties of the
drama. The performance of Don Crosar de
Bazan was frequently interrupted by applause,
and the ''Limerick Boy" could scarcely pro
. ceedfor the roars of laughter.
To-night Alice Vane will appear in "Fanchon,
the Cricket," in which she has already earned
her laurels in this city.
SIXTH WARD DEMOCRATIC CLUB.-A largo
and enthusiastic meeting of the Democratic
Club of the Sixth Ward was held on Wednesday
blight. On motion, it was resolved that the at?
tention of the Central Clubs be called to tho
near approach of the day appointed for the mu?
nicipal cloction, and that they be requested to
call a convention to nominate a candidate for
Mayor; also resolved that notice of this resolu?
tion be given to the other Ward Clubs.
~ After tho regular business of the meeting
had been transacted, J. Barrett Cohen, Esq.,
was loudly called for, and responded in an
elaborate and able address. He was succesded j
by Thomas P. Lockwood, Esq., who painted
political arguments with wit an 1 humor in that j
i peculiarly happ7 style ia which he is unri?
ColoEol R. W. Seymour followed in one of
his chirac:eristic off-hand and effective speech?
es, and Colonel C. H. Simonton concluded the
speaking for the oveninsr with a few well-timed
rema:ks. The Club then adjourned.
HON. JOHN QUINCY ADAMS.-On hearing that
Mr. Adams was to visit Columbia for tho pur?
pose cf addressing the citizens of South Carc
'lina, tho Central Democratic Club of this city
. at once addressed him the following letter :
CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB /
CHABLBSTON, October 5, 1868. ' J
Hon. John Q. Adams, Columbia, 8. C.:
DEAR SIS : In behalf of the Democratic party
_of Charleston, 1 tender you a cordial invitation
to visit the City of Charleston and address our
citizens. If consistent with your engagements
to como to Charleston, you will please let us
-know wheS you will visit us, and we will make
proper arrangemonts for your reception.
We aie much gratified at the intelligence
jost received of your intended visit to Colum?
bia, and hasten to extend to you an invita?
tion to Charleston, in which I fool assmed. that
:I not ouly convey the wishes of the Demo?
cratic party, but of all the citizsns of Cnarles
.ton. Your early reply will oblige us.
Your obedient servant,
J. M. RASON,
President Democratic Club.
* As soon as'tho letter was received by Mr.
-Adams, in Columbia, he replied by the follow?
ing telegram :
COLUMBIA, October 14. 1863.
?To J. M. Eason, Presi<lenl Central Club,
Chen lesion :
Will come to-morrow or any dav to suit, soon
as possible. J. Q. ADAMS.
Mr. Eason then telegraphed to him that the
.committoo wcnld b; glad if he could come
?down to-day artd speak to-night, and last eve?
ning he received irom Mr. Adams a telegram,
.stating that ho would comply with his request.
As will bc seou by an advertisement, and also
a communication published elsewhere, a com?
mittee of reception will meet Mr. Adams at
Xhe South C iroiina Railroad depot, and .i meet?
ing will bc held in Meeting-street, opposite the
"Charleston Hotel, at 7 o'clock in tho evening,
to give him an opportu >Uy of addressing the
citizens of GbtticsCun. Tho second story
piazza of the Charleston Hotel will be arranged
.for tho accommodation of the ladies, of whom
a large number aie exacted to attend. A grand
turn-out of the citizens generally is antici?
pated, to do honor to the distinguished son of
Mr. Adams is also expected to take part in
the political debate which is to como off be?
tween the Democrats and Radicals in Clirist
Church Parish, on Saturday next, and it will
be fortunate if ihc negroes can have so favora?
ble an opportunity of contrasting a Northern
gentleman with the carpet-baggers whom they
-are accustomed to worship. j
Democratic Nominating Conventto
COLONEL B. TV. SETMOUB NOltlNATfD FOB I
GBES3 IN THE SECOSD DISTRICT
The Democratic Nominating Conventioi
the S'conti Congressional District assent'
last nigh; at Hibernian Hall, at seven o'cl
to nominate a candidate for Congress in p
of Hon. A. P. Aldrich, declined. Three
tiicts, Charleston, Colleton and Berkeley, v
represented. Tue former organization of
convention was preserved, General John
Wakener bein? in the chair, and Mr. He
Robertson acting as secretary. General TN
oner, on calling the Convention to on
made the following; explanatory remarks :
SPEECH OF OENEBAL JOHN A. WAGENEB.
G.-nlltmtn of the Contention : I trust
will grant me your approval for having
sumed the unusual prerogative of calling :
again together, after apparently having cc
ploted the object for which we had boen el?
ed. The Hon. A. P. Aldiich having declii
thc nomination, our party could not rem
without a representative, and I did not kr
of any moro direct alternative than that of
calling the Convention. Knowing of no p
codent to direct my course, I consu'ted I
Charleston members of the State Central Ex
utive Committee, and that body, in a r*s
meeting, adopted the follovnig resolutions :
Resolved, That the President of thc Couvc
tion of Delegates from tho Democratic pa:
of the several districts which assembled
Charleston on the 15th September last fart
purpose of nominating a Democratic candid;
for Congress from that district, is hereby :
quested to summon the members of that cc
vention to reassemble m the City of Charil
touonadayto be fixed by him, for the pi
pose of nominating a Democratic candidato I
Congress from the Second Congressional D
trict, in the place of Hon. A. P. Aldrich, w
declined the nomination recently tendered
him. a?d that the President be a'so request
to invite such portions of such several distric
as did not send delegates to such relent co
vention, to send dolegatea to tho onveutii
which ia now requested to assemble.
Resolved, That a copy of tho foregoing res
int:on be forwarded to (?cn. John A. Wageac
President of the r.cent Nominating Couve
tion of the Second Congiossioual District, he
in Charleston on tho 15th September la t.
Although, as was said in our last meetin
selecting our representative apparently only
lead a forlorn hope, it seems to mo otu- sr.cv>
duty to be represented in the ensuing canvas
and to show our energy and unity, if oalyf
the prospect of restoiing, at a future day. tl
influence of property, education and social cl
vation. It is true, the gleam of sunshine th;
for a time gladdened om hearts in the nation
horizon has vanished; but we cannot, we mu
nit despair-we may, wc must, cling to tl
hope, the faith, the trust, that Providence wi
cot forsake us if our righteous and carne;
endeavors do not cease, and that many of t
will yet live to see tho day wheu a'.l our polit
cal troubles shall have endorL, and law, rig!
and order Bhall be completely restored to u
And there is even now a speck of hot
in the impending cinvass. The divisions i
our opponents render it possiblo, that hy a dc
termined eff ort and a judicious ohoice, we ma
select a successful candidato to rcpresei
our district in the councils of (ho natioi
Surely, if.' we could find a man whom th
colored people would not only liston to, bc
havo especial confidence in, wo might yet con
vince thousands of them that we do not and cat
not wish them harm, inasmuch as thci
labor and industry is our great necessit
and that their prosperity insures our prospcri
ty. But only as we thrive so will they thrive
and not otherwise. Every burden thoy ar
causing to bc imposed on us will have to b
borne in part by themselves, and every dolla
needlessly spent will bo a tax on tho results o
their earnings and an addition to tho cost o
their consumptions. The labor of their lin?ds
with theil" present want of education, is al
they can rely upon for their support, and thai
labor depends altogether upon the protectior
and development of the white man's property
and possessions. Evon it they should look tc
tho increasing of capital from the North OJ
from Europe, it will never arrive, uuless it ii
perfeotly secure against molestation, exorbi?
tant taxation and official interference, and, be?
sides, reasonably sure of a profitable return,
Could or can a colored regime offer all of that ?
Or will the white man venturo to pledge his
property and invest the returns, unies i secur?
ed against unlawful contingencies? AH this
the colored man can be made, perhaps to un
destand and appreciate. Or, perhaps, they
look altogether for the sweets of office 1 Then,
if they have every office in tho State, about
one thousand only of them ail could be marlo
comfortable, and the three hundred and nine?
ty-nine thousand remaining would have to pay
terribly and work an hour daily extra for the
Bupport.'of the favored onc3. Thus there are a
thousand reasons wjich may. convince the col?
ored man that his entire success,his every pros?
perity, Li? security, and the future existence of
his race in thc South depend upon tho prosperi?
ty, security and political experience and honesty
of the white Southerner. And ho will seo it
ere long; he may see it soon; he may see it
now. Let us select a proper man to oonvince
him. Let us all lend an earnest assistance,
and we may still cling to the hope that, with
our manful endeavors through the develop?
ments of our manifold resources, and with pa?
tient pareov^ranco, we shall be successful at
The Chairman then called for nominations.
Colonel R. W. Seymour and Mr. C. a Neill
were put in nomination. General Wagoner him?
self was also nominated, and his nomination
wa s received with a hearty applause that indi?
cated a strong support, but he immediately de?
On a call of the districts, thc vote stool as
Berkeley-Eight votes for Colonel R. W. Sev
Cdlteton- Five votes for Colonel R. W. Sev
Charleston-Niueteon votes for Colonel R. W.
Seymour; one vote for Mr. C. C. Neill.
The President accordingly announced that,
on the first ballot, Colonel R. W. Seymour was
chosen the Democratic candidate for Congress
in the Second Congressional District, via Hon.
A. P. Aldrich, declined.
On motion of Mr. H. B. Olney, seconded by
E. Baynard Seabrook, Esq., tho nomination of
Colonel R. W. Seymour was declared unani?
On motion of Dr. Mikell, the chair appointed
a committoo of three, consisting of Messrs.
Lebby, Daggctt and Easterby, to wait upon
Colonel Seymour, inform him of his nomina?
tion, and request him to address the Conven?
After a short absence the committee return?
ed, accompanied by Colo.iel Seymour, and in?
ti oduced him to the Convention.
Colonel Seymour returned los thanks for the
honor conferred upon him in a few very brief
icmarks, declaring that he was not prepared
to make a speech just then, but he hoped his
fellow-citizens would have an opportunity cf
bearing him on somo otaor occasiqu, whon he
would not be comDOlled to talk about self, but
might discuss the great qurstions of thc day.
He accepted the nomination with a high ap?
preciation of the honor conferred, feeliug that
if elected he had reached a higher summit than
bis ambition bad ever ventured to think upon,
and that, even if defeated, it was far more glo?
rious to bo beaten in company with hii fellow
citizens, with whom be had always lived, than j
to torn bia back upon them, disgrace hie race
and his State, and go to victory with those who
were fit neither for heaven uor for earth.
Colonel Seymour took his seat amid loud and
prolonged applau.ee, and the Convention then
Great conscience is expressed in the n.erits
ind availability of the candidate chosen, and
tho Democracy ol' thc Second Congressional
District are now prepared to make a bold rush
between Bowen and Joules, and carry off the
spoils for which they arc contending.
Thc Reception of thc Hon. John Quincy
TO THE EDITOR OF THE MEWS
The Hon. John Quincy Adams bavin? ac
icpted thc invitation of the Democratic party
sf Charleston to visit the city and address our
:ilizens, the following gentlemen are request?
ed to act as u Committee of Reception from
;he Democratic party to meet with thc under?
signed at the Charleston Hotel this day, at
two o'clock precisely, for the purpose of re?
serving Mr. Adams on bis arrival here, tj wit :
Hon. Henry Buist Col. A. ?. Andrews
jen. Jno. A. Wagener S. Y. Tupper, Esq.
Bernard O'Neill, Esq. Col. 3. S. Duryea
Sol. Thos. Y. Simons CoL li. iL Rhett. Jr.
Hon. Jno. E. Carew Dr. T. It. Aldrich
rion. C. H. Simonton E. \Y. Marshall, Esq.
fohn Campsen, Esq. Col. B. H. Rutledge
F. AV. Dawson, Esq. Geo. S. Hacker, Esq.
Jlaj. W. A. Wardlaw Edward Lafitte. Esq.
Dot. Wm. Wbalev A. T. Smvtne, Esq.
SI. P. O'Connor, Esq. W. J. Gayer, Esq.
San. AV. S. Heuerev H. X. Peake, Esq.
las. W. Wilkiusou.?sq Jas. M. Mulvaney, Esq
J. 31. EAS ON,
President Democratic Central Club.
EXECUTIVE PARDON.-Matthew Brown, who
vas convicted of manslaughter at tho March
icrm of the Court of Common Pleas, and seu
euced to twelve months' imprisonment, has
jeen pardoned by Governor Scott. 0:1 condition
hat he give.? security for his soo tl behavior for
ho term ot twelve uon'hs.
Mns. M. J. ZEU>"OW.- This popular and fash
onable milliner bas jus? opened an entirely new
nock of fall and winter goods, ?.nd she extend-- a
lordiallnvitction to tbc la Hes of Clntleston to in
ipect fie same, coufld.nt that they cauuot bc sur?
passed in quality, variety or style. Mrs. Zeruow
sd her polite and attentive '?ss'stants will take pleas
ire in exhibiting taeir stock, at No. 304 King-street,
GBEEN TUBTLE SOUP, a la mode beef ami fish
ibowder, for lunch at Torck's iopn'ar restaurant
BUCKWHEAT FLOCB, smoked salmon and hali
>ut, smoked beof and beef tongues, Dutch herring,
jew mackerel, ?x n fine herring, received this week
>y stein.er. .
Alsj, a fresh supply ol crackers, consisting of gin
;cr soaps, arrow root, lemon, butler, cream, Trenton
.vine, milk, and soft Boston.
Bent's water and Hali's milk crackers, in cans.
WM. ?. CORWIN & CO.,
2 No. 275 King-street.
MOBEHEAD BrrTEBS.-These bitters can be
tiad at James McKean, No. 58 Anson-street, who is
prepared to fill all orders with dispatch.
August 10 3mos mfw
B. SCHUB.-At the cigar stand ia the lobby
}f the Chtrleston Ho'cl, THE DAELT NEWS is kept
CHOICE GBEEN ASU BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, southeast corner
Society and A nson Ptreets. Goods delivered free.
V you want chear, Blank Book6;
IS you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
tc; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
Il you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to or?er, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 50 Uroad
J. z is K a o w
HAVING JOST RE?
TURNED from New
York, would inform
the La(iiei that she
will open 77iii Day, a
lame Dcmoicst's "PAPER PATTERNS," kc.
^-DRESSMAKING attended to as usual
October 15 No. 304 KING-STREET.
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND~
ADVANCES* MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
LrSESNE k WELL;, No. 10 Br;ad-streeL
October 2 Imo
mmn m PARIS.
GENTLEMEN WAITING THE OPENING OF
PARISIAN "SOFT BAIS" are notified that STEELE
importing Hatter, is n w prepared to exhibit a
?hoice assortment of the finest texture; and colors.
Vccs ?I 50 to $5. STEELE,
No. 313 Kmg-street, Sign ot the "Big Hat."
October 2 f3
r_?ERR!NG'S PATENT SAFE
STANDING DESK, LETTER PRESS
TABLE. SHOW CASE
CLOTHING TABLES. STOVES, kc, kc.
HACCL.LAR, WILLIAMS ?Si PARKER,
No. 27f- King, corner of Ba3-.l-3trect,
October 13 0 Charleston.
ll A DE ESPECIALLY TO OUR OWN ORDER TO
SUIT TUE RtQUeREMFNTS OF THE
MA?KING I S K S
BY BARREL. KEG OR GALLUS,
AT PRICES BELOW NEW YORK,
?ut up in neat package of ten gallons ; jr.st u gool
[uau?ty tor Factors', or i.'ottou Merchants' us-. ior
wm UEUES m mi
For sale by
WAIKEP, im i C?6SIVELI, j
io. 3 BK?AD A \L> .Yo. lO'J EAST BAY !
yy-imcR ?if SON.
1EAL ESTATE BROKERS ft AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection 0!
ents, and all manner of claims.
July 13 mwl?rao
(Ootl?Mfl an? /ur.iishinii (Snobs.
Fll FILL MU,
NOW OPENED AT
SO. 291 KING-STREET,
Cornel of Wentworth.
A LARGE AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
FILL AND WIS? MUNG
MEX, YOUTHS A1N0 BOYS,
OF ENTIRELY NEW GOODS, MADE UP
EXPRESSLY FOR MY TRADE, OF THE
MOST DESIRABLE STILES AND WORK?
MANSHIP. CUSTOMERS PURCHASING
CAN DEFEND ON HAYING NONE RUT NEW
GOODS OFFERED TO THEIL. HAVING DIS
TOSED OF THE ESTIRE STOCK REMAIN?
ING OVER FROM LAST WINIER AND RE?
PLACED, BY NEW AND FASHIONABLE
STYLES OF GARMENTS, SUCH AS WILL
i$E WORN THIS COMING SEASON, AND
AT LOW PRICES.
BUSINESS SUITS AT FKOM 916 TO S25
OP THE FOLLOWING GOODS:
SILK MIXED COATINGS
FANCY TBICOr CASSIMERES
MIXED COLORED HELTONS
POWDER GRAD? CASHMERES
COMMEaCI-.L GRAY CASSIMERE3
BLACK TRICOT COATING
SCOTCH CHERIOT CASHMERES,
CLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCK COATS
DLACK CLOTH AND BEAVER OVERCOATS
WATERPROOF TWEED COATS
WATERPROOF IW. ED O LENO ARIAS
INDIA R?BD?Ii OVERCOATS AND CAPE;,
PANTALOONS AND VESTS TO MATCH, OF FAN?
CY COLORED CASSIMERES, SIDE STRIPE*
FANCY COLORED HARRIS CASSIMERES
FANCY COLORED DOEDLE AND TWISTED
BLACK AND MIXED DOESKINS
SCOTCH CHEBIOT CASSIMERES, kc , kc.
BOIS liVDYOliTflS' CLOTHING,
A LARGE STOCK,
To Fit Boys aiid Youths from ?
t) 18 Years Old,
IX GU 12AT VAUIETY, VIZ?
MERINO. LAMBSWOOL AND SILK UNDER?
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
SHAKER FLANNEL UNDERSHIRTS AND
JEAN AND CANTON TL ANN EL UNDERSHIRTS
NEGLIGE TRAVELLING SHIRTS
SCARFS, NECK HES. STOCK.?
KID AND BEAVER GLOVES, BUCK GLOVES, tc
STAR BRAND SHIRTS,
NO I ED FOR THEIR FITTING QUALITIES
AND GOOD WORKMANSHIP,
Fito.n sa 85 TO Si 00.
COLLARS OF LINEN AND PAPER OF ALL
THE PREVAILING STYLES.
SUPPLIED WITH A LARGE STOCK OF
THE MOST CHOICE ?OODS OF THIS
SEASUN'S. IMPORTATIONS, VIZ:
FRENCH, BELGIUM.. ENGLISH AND
AMERICAN CLOTHS, COATINGS, CASSI
MERES, DOESKINS, TRICOTS AND BEA?
VERS OF DLAtK, BLUE, OLIVE AND MIXED
SHADES, WntoH WILL RE .MADE UT TO
ORDER DJ THE BEST MANNER. UNDER
THE CARH J'S A FIRST-CLASS FRENCH
PRICES FIXED AND MARKED ON EACH ARTI?
CLE. AN INSPECTION OF THE GOODS IS SO?
LICITED. THE STOCK WILL BE SHOWN WITH
B. AV. McTURKOUS, Superintendent.
printers' ?nflesele Wm\)oust.
WAIKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
No. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
BOOK AND NEWS PAPER.
THEY V AGENTS FOR
The L. JOHNSON Type Foundry
H. HOE A- CO.'s Printing Presses and Material
DEGENER & WETLER'S "Liberty" Press
GORDON'S "Franklin" Press
GEO. MATHER*' SONS' Book and Colored Inks
C. E. JOHNSON'S Book and News Ink
THE EATH (S. C.) PAPE.l COMPANY,
And aU other kinds of PBlNTHsO MATERIAL at
In buying of us it costs the Printer or Publisher
no more than if he bought at the North, and he
leaves some of his money in his own section of coun?
try, instead of sendicg it all there, and that too with?
out coat to himself, .-iii thc profit which can bc kept
herc benefits the South.
30,000 FltANCS ! !
AU ARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD't
FAIR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINKER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
($6,000 IN GOLD).
At thc recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
Tho public arc Invited to call and examine the re?
port of the Jury on tho merits of thc great contest,
and see the official award to tho Herring's Patent
over all others.
HERRING, PARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-st., New York.
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Philadelphia, j Chicago.
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Large Stork on hand by
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 102 FAST BAY SIREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9mo
WM. KNABE & (U,
April ?0 _ _6mo
I A N o S : P i A NOS: :
GOLD MEDAL FOR 18P8 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CITAS. M. STIEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW 31 ADE,
OVER BALTIMORE. PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WARER?OM. No. 7 N. LIIIERT?.
eTHEET, ABOVE B'LilMORE-STREET,
SHEFF'S PIANO*) HAVE ALL THE LA?ES2
improvement, iucluilin : thc Aar.iffo treble, Ivors
lrouts, and the improved French Action, tully war?
ranted for five years, with prlvUegt- ot' exchanuf
witbiu twelve months il not entirely suti-tactory tc
purchaser. Sccoud-handed Piauos aud Parlor Or
.ms always on hand troin S50 to i.100.
nETEnr.rs wno HATE OUR RASOS cr CSE:
General Robert K. Lee, Lexington, Va.
Gem-ral Itobcrr Rmsooi, Wilmington. N. C.
Eidiop Wilmer, New Oricaus, La.
Messrs. R. Barwell sons, Charlotte, N. C.
MJX SttalrowB, Itali ni Opera.
Messrs. Pieison & SOUP, Sumter, S. C.
( bar?es Silencer, Charleston, S. C.
April 33 toles
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Consignments of COTTON, RICE, fcc, respect
rolly solicited, and liberal advances mad - thereon
Orders tor COitN and BACON promptly executec
nth caru and attention.
II. GR UP Y ?S Ci).
SE AL ?j IIS IS
LEATHER. HIDLOS AND GIL,
No. 4! SOUTH CaVERT-STi^ET.
F. H. OPUPY.lt C. CURTA]
April 20 _
T^TUiti!?K%. CAKROL.1. IV CO.
PRESERVER*, PICKL fc>, OY-T FR PACK HW, tc
No. 18 Lif-hf-street, Baltimore,
Jouit IToprlotcrs and sol* -\^ints for
Ii-OltDE^'3 CONDENSED MILK,
prepared by thc Baltimoru Condensed Milk Companj
/ ? KOIU. IL. li. UAll'H^It, JR., di GO.,
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 4 t a mdt-ii.street. Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY"
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE !
BITTERS EQUAL TO THEM.,?Sr
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
Made of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, so
well lum wn in Phar ma.'j :
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
Alu* such other HERBS AND ROOTS as will in
cases assist rdgcs?on, promote tbe secretions of
system in thc natural channel?, and givu
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AND FEM A
All Usc It AV iili Wonderful Sncccs
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask for SUMTER BIIIEB& Sold by Druggists
DS?-See that our signature is over tbo cork of each
bottle. DO WIE Si MOISE.
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
August 5 Gmo* Charleston. S. C.
PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
AND CUE ES
ALL CHRONIC DISEASES
BLOOD, LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
Recommended by (he Medical Faculty and Many
Thousands of our Best Citizen',
Ifff For Te$ imonials of rentarknbl<
CUITS, ace "Rosadalij Almanac" for th io"
PREPARED ONLY B?
DR. J. J. LAWRENCE & CO.,
No. 214 BALTTM?BE-STIIEET, BALTIMORE, MD.
FOR SALE CY
DO WIE Si MOISE,
No. 1C9 Meeting-street, corner Has?.!.
July 22 Cmos
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggist? Everywhere.
July 28 Die lyr
QP AL DE HTALL1N A|
For Cleansing thc Teeth, Preventing t lie
Komi -.i t loi. of Tartar, giving tone to
thc Cums, and leaving a delight?
ful sensation of Cleanliness and
Fragrance In the mouth.
SUPERIOR TO ?OZODONT AND CHEAPER.
THIS PREPARATION IS THE RESULT OF THE
combinod Skill of the physician, dentist .-.nd apothe?
cary, and it is offered ns a RELIABLE si >s ti lute for
thc numerous uncT ain washes now iu vogue. 'J ho
inieroscopc ha? also been called imo usc, ana the re?
searches of a celebrated ob torver have detected the
manner ia which the tartar is formed, showing it to
bc the work of anim?lculo:.
Substances which Ficlom fou :d to des roy the life
ol' 'linse inlnsoria are contained in 'he Di-ntalliua,
an I thu* it prevents the increase of tartar syd con-e
quent loose nins of the teeth, lt will be louud useful
to persons in advanced lit':, riving strength ?nd tone
to the gums, ?hilo ?o every or.c tho aroma and sen?
sation of cleanliness after using it will bi suffi.-ient
reeuiiinicuduti u; smokers sspechdiy will appreciate
it? i fficacy.
Numerous dentists of the highest standing being
acquainted with tuc composition of the Den allina,
advocate its use, it coatiiuing nothing corrosive or
injurious to prevent i's unrestrained emplovrr.cnt.
Prepare i only by JAS. T. SHIN'N, (.iiemi's-t, Phila?
For sale by DOWIf ? MOISE,
Corner Meeting and Ifa?cl streets,
October U wfni3mos Chai teston, s. C.
rSAACSKA'S SIKE I* O P :
^e?53=?^^ FOR DESI ROVING
/wW*^^ without the unpleasant
?/*2$ffJ? t>"L'cta oris.ng from
U^'^2-X>\^S^^Si their dying iu their
- . . ?&S^.'&? PASTE, hermetically
"?%*sas?f?tf sealed, and warranted
?**S3saaE???Er to keep fresh tor all
times. The grcatc-t discovery of its kind in the age
we live in. So person need be troubled with Rat.)
Mice, Uni Cu.'S or Roaches, for Mr. larsen's des?
tructive remcdv is within tbs reach of ult. piepared
only by himself, from rare and valuab e compounds,
its cheapness is as wonderful as its efficacy-hun?
dreds of testimoiiials have been received from all
parts of the United Mates as to ?is value add satisfac?
tory operative power, from which, tor wactof apace,
we simply select the lolloping:
WILLARD'S Ho IEL, V. ASHINOTOX, D. c.,)
October 1st, 18G8. j
MIL ISAACSES-Dear Sir: It gives me great pleas?
ure to testily to th . gratifying result obtained nt this
Holel thio.ign using your Phosphoric Paste; it is
now two years s:nce I first heard of your rempdy.and
deteimined to give it a Wt trill; that trial proved so
successful that not a trace ot Eats or Roaches have
since been discovered, although previous to that
time we wi-re completelv overrun. Wishing you eviuy
suecos in tue useful career you have chosen,
I remain, yours respectfully,
JOHN WOLFE. Engineer.
For rale by DOWIE fe MOISt,
No. 1G9 Mc^ting-strcoot, corm* HtSsL,
Charlesto.i, S. C..
OcMber 7 wfui3nos Agents tor southern states.
EVbli AND A G V E .
NO MORE CHILLS ! NO MORE FEVER !
GO AVD GET
THE GREAT SOUTHERN IEVER AND
(Price Fifty Cents)
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, 9. C.
Boots, Shoes and Bats.
BY MILES DKAKE.
THIS MORNING, at lu o'clock. I will sOl at my
More, corner ot King and Utterly Streits.
SEVkNlY-i IVE CASES BOOTS ANO SHOES, JCiiT
RECEIVi D BY STEAMNHTP MANHATTAN,
COSSETING OP :'
CASES MEN'S CALF AND KIP H. Vf. BOOTS
Cases Men's Call and Kip Balmorals
Cases Men's Calf and Kip Brogaus
Ca-cs Men's Calf, Congress and Oxford Ties
Cases Ladies' Serce. Congress ano Poli-b Boots
Cues La.lies' Morocco and Goat Polish Boots
Cases Women's Goat and Buff Bootees, 3 to 7 and
5 to 9.
Cartoons of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes,
25 cases WOOL AND 1 ELT HATS, foi Men, Poj s
and Children. October IC
New Furniture, on account of Manufacturers,
Estate Sale of Second-hand Furniture, Hard?
ware, Window Shades, Looking Giana,
Stores, Mattresses, Jfc.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction House, No. 55 Hascl-strcct.
Will sell THIS JLMY, commencing at 10 o'clock.
Four COTTAGE SET>, Cane Seat. Rockers and
Chairs, Wood Seat Hocker.- and Chairs. Bureau?,
Wash.-tmds, Upright Post and Cottage Bedsteads,
Ice House. Meat Sales, Stoves.
Two large FRENCH PL VTL' GILT MIRRORS
Invoice ot new Wicdow Shades
Invoice ot' Hardware and Sundries.
AL.HO, ON ACCOUNT OF AN F STATE,
MAHOGANY bftFAS, I'nbB, Secretary, Mahogany
Hat Rack, Chairs, four Gold Watches, Arc
Conditions cash._October 16
Contents of the late Carolinian Newspaper Of?
fice. Sold by order of the Court.-F. G.
DeFontaine, a Bankrupt.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BBUNS,
Will be soVl a* Auction, 1HTS DAY, 16th instant, at
10 u'elo^k, at tho corner of State and Chalmers
THE PRESSES, MACHINERY AND MATERIALS
that belong- d lo the "-outh Carolinian" Print?
COXSISTTNQ IN FART OF:
One larg; HOE'S CYLINDEtl PRESS, one Adams'
Press, one Ruggles Card I'ress, ono Washington
Press, 198 cases of Type, 28 ca?cs Type, O?O Proof
Press, two Newspaper Chases, Imposing Stones, Roll?
er Bose - and Shaf ir g, Sell-inking Machine.
List of the above can be sf on at this office.
Tei ms cash. Articles to be rvmoved on day of
sale. J. P. M. EPPING,
October 16 thmf3 ?. S. Marshal.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE, MAIN
GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C., Oc?
tober 16,18C8.-The following Ordinance is publish?
ed for tho infer ?nation of all whom it may concern,
and will be strictly enforced after this date :
By order of the Mayor.
C. B. SIG WALD, Ch.ef of Police.
IT SHALL NOT BE LAWFUL FOR ANY LICENS?
ED PACKEB, or any other person, to purchase any
Sample or Lo se Cotton from any pcrsou other than
a Factor regularly engaged in the sale of ( otton in
bales or original packages, or from a Shippl-Jg Mer?
chant regularly engaged ?n tho snipping ol Cotton in
bales or packages, as aforesaid, and at tnetr respec?
tive and customary i lace of business only, and from
no other pe: son or persons, or at any other place or
places what-oever, under a penalty of one hundred
dollars for each and every offence. October 17
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES,
CHARLESTON, S. C , October li, 1S68.-Re?
covered and brought io this office, SILVER WARE,
COATS, LUES SES, BOOTS, PISTOL, and other
articles, the same being stolen prooeity. Parties
losing the same will please call, prove property, and.
pay expense'. H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Lieut, and Chief of Detect,:"
October 15 " 3
? - ? ? ,-T-?-,
"VTOTICE TO CERTAIN TAX-PAYERS."
ll AMENDMENTS TO THE CITY TAX BILL
I!:S.-rOFnCE CLERK OF Ot T7NCIL,
CHARLESTON, October 7, i?ftj.-T.h? following amen
datory ordinance to th J Or J ?nance to raise supplies
for tue year 1868, is hereby published for the infor?
mation of all persons concerned. Especial attention
is invited to paragraph "2," which taxes all sales of
cotton on personal account, or account of others,
payable monthly; also, to that part ot the Ordnance
which follows after paiagraph ..29," which levies a
tax on every hundred dollars of aU freight and pas?
senger lists of all steamers or sailing vessels, ftc.,
The Ordiuance was ratified on ihn 29thSepte-n
ber, 1808. W. H. SMITH.
Clerk of Council.
STATE OF SOUTH CAB OLIN A-CITT OF CHARLESTON.
AN OBDINANCE to change au J modify an ordinance
"To raise cuppl! -a for the city for the year 1668,
and tor other purposes."
Be it ordained by tho Mayor and Alderm i-.t in
Council assembled, That the said ordinance sha' i be
amended 80 as to r.'ad as follows, to wit:
Paragraph 2 of s. dion 1-Fitty cents oa every hun
dred dellars of all sales ot goods, wares or merchan?
dise (except cotton) on personal account, or on ac?
count ol' others; and tweuty-five ceu's on every hun?
dred dollars of all Siles o? cotton on person il ac?
count, or account ol'others, payable monthly.
Paragraph 5 of ?-ection l-l-il'ty cents on every hun?
dred dollars of aU sales at auctiou, payable monthly.
Paragraph 21 of action 1-Fifty cents on every
hundred dollars of the gross receipts of hotels or
public eating or boarding houses payable monthly.
Paragraph 22 ot Section 1-Fifty cents on every
hundred dollars of all receipts of livery stable keep?
ers, payable m nthly.
Paragraph 21 ot Section 1-Fiftv cents on every
hundred dollars of the gross receipts of all print?
ing offices, newspapers and publishing houses, pay -
Paragraph 26 of Section 1-Fifty con's on every
hundred dollars of all sales of horses and mules
brought to the r\ y, payable monthly.
Paragraph 29 of Section 1-Fifty cents on every
hundred dollars of gross receipts ol all ta* ern keep
pers and liquor dealers, payable montDly.
Ope dollar on eve y h ondrea dollars of all freight
and passenger li6ts of all steamers or sailing vessels,.,
paid or payable ifl inis city. The same payable
monthly, the consignee or ags':t of said vessels tobi
held liable for the pavmeut of the same into the
hands of tue City Treasure.-.
This ordinance shall take effect on and after ratifi?
Ratified ht Ci ly Council tbi-t 29-h day of Septeajbjr.
In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-eight
[L. si G. W. CLARK, Mavor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
October 8 Imo.
?1ITY TAXES-MONI HL Y RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. )
Cur HALL, October 1. 1863. j
Notice is hereby given to all concerned, that the
monthly Returns for the m -nth of September past in
compliance with the Tax Ordinance, refined on the
2Slh cf January, 1863, must be made on or before the
TAXES OS THE FOLLOWING ABE PAYADLE MONTHLY.
On all sales of Goods, Wares and Me.vhandise, in?
cluding Rice, Lumber, Hay, Grain and Naval Stores,
and sales by Bakers, Butcher* and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts of all Street Bailroads.
On a 1 gross receipt* of all Express Companies.
On all sales at Auction.
On aU Carriages and Buggies.
On aU iucomo derived lrom the pursuit of any
faculty, profession, occupation or employment
On tho gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies'.
On all commissions received by Factors, Commis?
sion Merchants, hankers. Broker-, and others.
Ou all prem:ums received tor or by any Insurance
Com; any, or by agencies tor individuals or compa
On all gross receipts of all Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mule u--ed or k^pt within the
etty, excepting horses or mules Ur-ed in any public
liceused carriage, cari, dray, or other vehi-jle.
Ou all Kc .ail Dealers in all unices whatsoever.
On a 1 Barber Shops.
Ou all gross rt ceipts of Hotels and Pubhc Earing
and Boarding Houses,
On all receipts 0: Livery Stable Keepers.
On tue gross receipts of Cottou Presses.
On the gross receipts of aU Printing Offices, News
pap rs aud Publishing Houses.
On all Goods swld io the city by persons not resi?
dent, by san. pie or otherwise.
On all sales of Horses and Mules bronght to the
On sales ol Stocks. Bonds, and other securities.
On the gross ?eceipts of Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On the gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
All the defaulters wiU be dealt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. N. HI'OHES,
October 1 13_City A sensor.
XTOTICE TO PILOTS-CITY TUSA?
IS! SU KY, 1st Octooer, 1368.-All Li cnse-i that
have exohvd can l e renewed ou the recom Hernia?
tion 01 the Chairman oft':e Board of Commissioners
directed to the Mavor, on application at tbis office
this month. &. TH')M\S,
i ictobcr 1 Oliy Treasurer.
TT OG AN afc SKABKUOK,
AT WBy? I'S AT LAW AND SOLICITORS LY
No. 33 BROAE-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN... E. B AYN ABD SEABROOK
^ H . SASS,
* ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
BS- Office No. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ples, National Bank. Maya