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-Gold at New York closed heavy at 374.
-The New York cotton market was firmer;
sa'es 2800 bales, at 25Ja25|c.
-At Liverpool colton closed quiet and stea?
dy; sales 10.OOO bales; prices unchanged.
-Eugenie and Isabella had a good cry to?
-Paris has schools where the use of the velo?
cipede is taught.
-Richmond has Leen excited over a duol
-Baltimore is getting to bc an important
port for the arrival of emigrants.
- A street cai* ihaf carries its own rails has
appeared in New York.
-Not even a casual instance of yellow fever
has been rep ried in New Orleans this season.
-Napoleon has called upon the poets and
composers of the empire to get him up a new
national by mn.
-H. T. Hehnbold has written a lefter iu
.fav. r of Seymour and Bl?ir, and given a check
for forty thousand dollars, to be used to aid
fa sir election.
-8L Louis papers announce tho death "of
jnr. Isaac Walker, leaving au cstato valued at
several millions of dollars.
-The ladies in Poland are not permitted to
wear black or gray dresses, and are flogged for
non-oomplianoe with tho law.
-California has already sent thirteen thous?
and dollars to the sufferers by tho late earth?
quake on the South Pacific coast.
-Mr. Gran has introduced at bis theatre in
Kew York the Euglish half-price system. Spec?
tators arriving arter half-past nine are entitled
otho benefits of it.
-The Duke of Albuquerque, grandee of
Spain, and cousin of the Duke of Seale who
married the widow of tho Duke oe Moray, bas
just joined the Papal army as a prizate zouave.
-Mrs. Mary L. Hutchinson, mother of the
Hutchinson family of singers, died of paralysis
at Milford, New Hampshire, on the 20lh of
September, aged eighty-three. She was the
mother of sixtoen children, to whom the musi
<ca> powers with which ano w&a naturally gifted
. -Hon. B. H. Hill, of Georgia, now in New
York, writes a letter to tho Now York Times,
in ..hich he says : "I shall roturn home morti?
fied if not a wiser man. Mortified only because
I fiad in the North a bitter, systematic, adroit
and persistent misrepresentation of thc tem?
per, desires and views of the Southern whites,
far exceeding my anticipations."
-General Dulce, who has been appointed J
Captain-General of Cuba, in placo cf General
Lersnndi, was formerly Captain-Genoral of
Cuba, and more recently was one of the seven
. generals who were banished by Queen Isabella.
The fact that the Cubans in Spain will be per?
mitted to choose two members of the Junta is a
?concession which indicates that Cuba will be J
invited to send representatives to the Constitu?
-There is very little difference in the
strength of tho armies of France and Prussia,
as they are now organized. The French army
has, all told, and ready for service at short
notice; 1,300.000 men. Prussia ditto, 1,140,000.
.Should these immense armies be brought in
confliot, there would soon be a decision as to
the permanent victory. No long contest could
possibly be maintained between powers so well
.provided with available forces.
. -The Empress Charlotte has had a relapse,
.and is again entirely paralyzed by the fear of
being poisoned. She flies from everybody. For
whole days she remains sitting in a corner of
her room without motion; but when any ono
approaches her she has a paroxysm; she runs
.away eagerly to eave herself, and calls with a
load voice for help. Not only her mental, but
her bodily condition is seriously changed, and
gives rise to grave apprehensions.
-Archbishop Kenrick, authorized by tho ec?
clesiastical authority at Burne to investigate
the charges against the Roman Catholic Bish?
op Duggan, of Chicago, reported, August 10,
that they were unfounded, and a letter from
the Sacred College, of September 10, is pub?
lished, dismissing all the complaints. Rev.
Dr. McMullen h id recently set out for Rome to
urge tho charges before the Pope. The docu?
ments now published are regarded as com?
pletely defeating his efforts beforehand.
-The Washington Express gives the parti?
culars of the alleged conspiracy to assassinate
President Johnson. The facts as alleged aro
certainly star thug, and are well calculated to
inspiro alarm if they have the least foundation
in truth. It seems, so the story goes, that
pending the impeachment trial a number of ne?
groes, led by a few white men, banded to?
gether in tho first ward of this city and took i
the most solomn oaths to assassinate the
President ii'he should be convicted by the high
?oort ofim.Teachment and should attempt to
resis- ihe execution ot its judgment. When
impeachment failed, the object for which they
bad banded together failed with some, who
abandoned thc organization, while others, more
bold and reckloss, continued to meet and tall:
over the matter until they reno?vcd their oaths
to kill the President any bow. By some means
or other a man named Frank Evans, who re?
sides on K street, near Twenty-second, and
who has been for somo time employed
ia the machinery department of tho noto
printing bureau of tho treasury, becam.- cogni?
zant of what was going om Evans made tho
facts known, and suspiciou was at once direct?
ed towards certain localities in tho upper part
of the city, whero it was ascertained the ne?
groes were in tho habit of secretly meeting
and drilling. Last night Brigadier-General
Morris Miller, of thc Qaartermaster-Goneral's
Department, U. S. A., called at the note-punt?
ing bureau, whero Evans was engaged, and in
company with the latter proceeded to the
places where tho negroes were wont to assem?
ble, and it is said General Miller was thor?
oughly convinced of the existence of the plot>
and the name of one individual is given who is
alleged to be the head and front of tho plot.
Measures were immediately inaugurated to
effect the arrest of all the parties engaged in
the scheme, and it was deemed important that
thc discovery should be kept as secret as pos
sible. It leaked out, however, the newspaper
men got hold pf it, and whether true or false,
the country has had another exciting feast and
another niuo days' wonder.
SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17,18G8.
For President.HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For rice-President.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
Thc Middle Path.
Passion and sentiment are at once treach?
erous and dangerous guides. In moments
when it is most necessary to the well-being
of the commonwealth that reason and judg?
ment should direct the actions of men, they
lead the popular mind astray, and cause it
to obey the impulse of feeling rather than
the counsel of mature and sober thought.
Circumstanced as we are, we cannot afford
to be headstrong and rash. Tho security
and property which we now possess we dare
not throw away, and if we would retain
and increase the little that remains, we must
accustom ourselves to avoid every extreme
of hatred or of love, and walk iu that mid
dlo path in which alone is safety.
It is hard, indeed, lo bear in silence con?
tumely and oppression. It is harder still
to refrain from giving back blow for blow
and wrong for wrong. It is hardest of all
to act with moderation, when those who are
opposed to us push violenca to the extreme.
But, taking selfishness as thc mainspring
of life, cur own interests tell us that it is
unwise to pour oil upon thc A ime of resent?
ment, and that gentleness and calmness nay
conquer the fortune wy covet, while their
opposites but aggravate Ihe evils which we
This whole country has for a lifetime
been the scene of bitterness and turbulence
of spirit. Political parties, blinded by
their impetuosity, have too often denied
that any purity or virtue could exist in the
parties or persons who opposed them.
General exasperation has boen succeeded
by individual malice, and antagonism of
principle has produced, not the reconcilia?
tion of jarring claims, but the intensifying
of prejudice and a bigoted clinging to pre?
conceived ideas. This is plainly visible in
the history of the last few years, and it
becomes us now to ponder whether we may
not learn a lesson from our foes and teach
them a higher philosophy than any which
they have hitherto enjoyed.
The middle path is in evey walk of life
the path of success. Moderation will cause
us to respect the opinions of others, however
different from those wc may entertain.
Charity of thought and kindness of word
will quickly follow, and, while wc claim the
right to hold our own belief, we shall not
consider every man a trickster or a knave
whose creed is not our own. This is not a
speculative thought; ii is essentially matter
of fact. To bear and forbear is a golden
rule, and it is but just to believe our neigh?
bor honest until he has abused a trust.
Unless wo are prepared to give up some?
thing of the prejudice which we have nour?
ished against others, we cannot expect
others to forget the prejudices they have
cherished against ourselves. There must
be mutual concession, or enmity and ma?
levolence will be eternal.
At this time, when the shadows of the
strife between the friends of order and the
party of revolution aro cast over the land,
it is supremely necessary to pluck the bit?
terness from the heart and to root out from
the mind the seeds of hostility and discon?
tent. Even when the battle is won, when the
constitution is vindicated, we cannot walk
alone. No wall can be built up to cut us
off from the North which will not shut us
out from the means of recovering our an?
cient strength. We are not and cannot be
independent. With little wealth, with little
credit, with small means of developing our
vast resources, we oannot make a China of
the South. We have the elements of pros?
perity, but we have not the means of so
combining them that the result will bo a
smiling and happy land; and unless we are
prepared to admit that there are honest,
virtuous and sincere men outside of our
own little world, we cannot command the
help we need, and cannot hope to prosper.
Mr. Pollard's Undertaking*,* Historical
We have been astounded in reading the
grateful acknowledgments which the "Mer?
cury" renders to Mr. POLLARD as the Con?
federate historiographer. To this gentle?
man, as wo are now gravely informed,
"the Southern people are under lasting ob?
ligations;" for he it was who neutralized
Mr. GREELEY'S perversions of history, and
thus checkmated that bitter and persistent
hater of the^South. And now, having punc?
tured the pretensions of Mr. GEEELET, our
annalist intends to expose the conduct of
Mr. DAVIS. He will unmask the individual
whom the Confederate Congresses shielded
from observation on the principle that "the
less the people knew of their President tho
better!" He will tell of "a thousand im?
proprieties," and of "grave and fatal follies
which the press forbore to publish from re?
spect to the great cause in which wc were
engaged." And oar contemporary pledges
itself, beforehand, to "hail with gratification
the facts" which this patriotic POLLARD
"will be able to bring to light." Yet with
all proper consideration for the enthusiasm
of Mr. POLLARD'S blindfold apologist, we
doubt whether that solitary "hail" will be
heard very far, or will cheer very mucb,
amid a universal hurricane of hisses.
Despite all the oracular solemnity of the
article upon which we comment, we find it |
difficult to believe that our contemporary is
doing anything more thau indulging in a
little infelicitous iruny. Is it possible, we |
ask ourselves, that we have sunk so low as ?
to need such a protector us Mr. POLLARD?
Has that tragic history through which we
have passed-a record of tears and fire and
blood, and angel ministries and heroic sac?
rifices-all served as a prelude to some
miserable Bombastes Furioso farce, in
which a Richmond rowdy plays the part of
the Southern champion? No doubt Mr.
GREELEY has falsified the history of the re?
cent contest; his eyes were blind with prej?
udice and with policy; he looked on from a
distance, and could see at the best but one
aide of the shield which overhung the
mighty clash of arms. But Mr. POLLARD
also was a carpet knight, and a professional
ink-spiller. He, too, beheld the contest
from afar; he, too, rode hobbies; he was as
fond of the great I as he is of the little u,
and probably because his transcendent
merits were not appreciated, was a chronic
and flatulent malcontent. What sort of his?
tory could be expected from such a source?
What sort has Mr. POLLARD given us? A
narration which our contemporary mildly
apologises for as "often erroneous from im?
perfect information." While asserting it
to be "in the main a satisfactory answer to
Mr. GREELEY'S perversions of history," yet
a narrative which some of our best officers
proclaim to be itself full of perversions.
We heard one of them express the wish
quite recently that every copy could be col?
lected and destroyed. Great (hanks wo
owe this pseudo historian, no doubt, for
his persistent assertions that we were "a
nation of dupes, misguided by a conclave
of knaves and fools !" And if his his?
tory were as often true as it is "errone?
ous." great thanks would we still owe him
for thrusting himself before the country and
the world as the representative of the
Southern people. Though a writer has ut?
tered some important truths, and has some?
times spoken in eloquent strains, it is quite
possible that his defianoe of the moral con?
victions of the community may be such
as to discredit his testimony in the one
case, and to nullify his influence in the
other-nay, as to make his very advocacy
and commendation prejudicial. Secession
was Lut like a magnified street brawl, r.or
the great war like a loud voiced and mur?
derous conjugal quarrel-hence it is not
everybody who is competent to relate the
great sufferings and greater deeds of our
people. The noblest spirit of a nalion
must recite its annals; thc bard who
chants the martial deeds of yore must be
himself a hero.
For our part we do not accept Mr. POL?
LARD as our historian, and wo learn with
profound sorrow and indignation that he
is about to make an attack upon Mr. DAVIS,
in thc form of a biography. We do not
pretend to say that the leading statesman
of the Confederacy was not at times self
willed and impracticable, and that he ?id
not commit maDy errors of policy, which
we can see plainly enough now that the
excitement of the confliot^has abated and
its smoke has rolled away. Some of
I our public journals took special pains
j to stimulate the alarm and sharp sus?
picion of the people against him
when he moat needed their trustful co?
operation. There is a jealous foresight
which often proves true, not because of its
prophetic range, but because it c??stroys
hope-the condition on which success de?
pends. But whatever might have been Mr.
DAVIS' mistakes, there is no man in this
Southern country who canjuslly deny his
patriotic elevation of character and aim.
Ile was possessed by public Bpirit during
his whole official careor. lu effect, what
sacrifice was he not ready to make for his
country? Mr. POLLARD Bncers at his de?
sign to take command of the armies of the
Confederacy, but thc jeers of the historian
recoil upon himself; they simply show his
inability to comprehend that pure and lofty
spirit to which, when in the service of the
commonwealth, danger and death had no
terrors. Nay, more: What sacrifices has
not Mr. DAVIS already made? He accepted
our call to office. For our sake he sacrificed
position, fortune, liberty, home-everything
but honor. He is now under prosecution
for services rendered to us. For us he en?
dured the sleepless vigilance and wore the
galling felters of Fortress Monroe. For us
his health was broken, his pride trampled
in the dust, the bread plucked from the
mouths of hia wife and children. And now,
juBt now, when he is weary, and faint, and
old, when the whole world pities him,
when every generous heart bleeds for him,
when even Mr. GREELEY appears as his
bondsman, that man who has appointed
himself representative of Southern chivalry,
and vindicator and historian of the South?
ern struggle, undertakes to denounce and
degrade him before the world ! And one
of our contemporaries cheers him on. Wc
can only explain this matter by supposing
that the one is intoxicated-let us say with
conceit-and thc other is perpetrating a
joke upon a subject, in our opinion, quite
too grave end delicate for such treatment
Let Mr. DAVIS be censured by us, if he
must be censured, only when ho ceases to
puffer for us. Let his epitaph, like
EMMETT'S, be written when his country is
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Anatomy. F M. HOBKHlSON. M. r>.,
Octobor s thtus3 Die Eeau < f the F.iculty.
MEDICAL NOTH E.-PATIENTS SUF
FEiilNG fp>ui 1 iseases pertaining to Ihe
GhN? i O URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latest
.".".vu ma treatment, by placing themselves under
the car - of Dr. T. R?1EN i SJERN'A. Ofllce No. 74
lt A^EL-s'l KEET, three doors east from the Post?
/all atti Ulm!.: (Snobs.
E W F A L L
F OR GE S ILE UE X,
THE FINEST STOCK I.\ THE CITY,
M E K K E & M U L L E II
TAKE PLEASURE Ki ANNOUN 51VQ XU VT
tin y have opened at theu- New Establishment,
Ko. 335 KING-SI RCcT. opposite SrCMCty. the tk.ost
stork of FALL AND WINTER GOODS f.v Contle
men's wear which can be lound iu the citv, emhrac
log tho Choicest BROADCLOTHS, FRENCH DOE?
SKINS, VELVET AND SILK VESTINGS, kc, wh.ch
wilt bc made up to cider.
They have also on hand a large assortment nf
READY-MADE CLOTHING, of ail descriptions,
selected with grejt care, aud o?tl c vc rv latest styles,
consisting ol' Uusinvsj un.l Dress Sui's, Overcoats,
kc., aud a full s:ock ol' AlexaMre'ri Kid. Cas-iuicrc
and Buckra in Glover, Cravat*, shirts and other Fur
Satisfaction guaranteed in i very case, and prices
to suit the times. A. M EN Ki',
(formerly ofDonBAUM k UsKXS.)
(Formerly of McLurn BooTnEiis.)
October ll tuths 2mos
T Y II K LODGE (V. D.), No. 135, A. F. HI
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS L0D9E
will be held This Evening, at half-past bt ven
o'c.ock. Candidates for the E. A. and F. C. Der rees
will be punctual.
By order of the W. Sf. W. L. KING,
October 17 1 Secretary.pro lem
DEMOCRATIC CLL 15, WARD No. 4.
AMEETING OF THE WORKING COMMITTEE
will be held at Masonic Hall, ou Monday Even?
ing, 19th instant, at 7 o'clock.
A punctual ottendance of every member ia par
tlculirly requested, as business of (treat importance
will be i rought before fbe Committee.
By order of the Ch'-irmau.
A. T. MILLIKEN,
October 17 2 Secretary.
Notices tn ponkruptrn.
IN THE DISTIt?rT^COURT ??F TUE
UNITE!- STA I ES-FOR THE risTRICt'OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN 1 UK UAH Ell OF HANS
FORD D. EVAN*, HA NKRUPT. -PE'lT I ION FOR
FULL ANO MN .LI ISCJAR?H.-IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-Ordered, That a hearing be had on the thirty
first 'lay nf October, \. D. 181?, at 12 o'clock, M., at
the Fedcrdl Courthouse, in charleston, S. C., and
that all the Creditors, kc, of said bankrupt appear
at said time and place, and show catise. 'I any they
have, why thc prayer ot the petitioner i-hould not bc
granted. And that tho second meeting of creditors
of raid Bankrupt bo held at tho effbe of R. R. <'AR?
PENTER, Esq.. Registrar, No. 72 Broad-street,
Charleston, s. C., on the thirtieth day of October,
18C9, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, this 30th day of Septemter,
A. D. 18C8. DANI L HORLBECK,
Clerk of the United states District Court,
For the District of South Carolina,
October IT el
G1 EN Kit AL ELECTION-THE COM
T MISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOU CHARLES?
TON COUNTY have appointed the following named
persona Managers ol Eli ctions, and. designated tho
places, hereinafter mentioned, as Polling Precincts.
The Polling Pn cincta not herein defined will re?
main os heretofore established by law:
City of Charleston.
YA ard 1-Polling Place, City Hill.
N. G. TAFT. I Jo-?EP3 QUASH.
W. E. M i KELL
Ward 2-Polling Placo, Courthouse.
CHARLES H. WINNER | C. C. TRUMBO.
S. D. HOWARD.
Ward 3-First Precinct (including all ol said Ward
south of Market street,) Pollino; P:a.-e, Harket Hall.
Dr. E. C. KECK LEY. | JOHN BURKE.
JOSEPH P. HOWARD.
Ward 3-Second Precinct (Including all of said
Word between Market aod Wentworth streets,) Poll?
ing Place, Palmetto Engine House.
HUGH FERGUSON. I H A IL SLAWSON, Jr.
W. H. MI-HAW.
Word 3-Third Precinct (including all of said Ward
between Wentworth and Calhoun uircels). Poding
Place at Engine Hou?e In Inspection-street.
ROBERT HOWARD, Ja. I J. A. QUACKENBUHH.
Ward 4-'First Pr.-cinct (including all of said Ward
south of Basel and Bcaufain streets), Polling Place
ut Hope E. glue House.
EDWARD ROACH. | JOHN DAVIS.
J. B. PLUMEAU.
Ward 4-Second Precinct (including all of Baid
Ward between Hasel and Bcaufain streets and George
and Bull streets), toll.QC Pla e at Stonewall Engine
JACOB S. SCHIRME!). | JOHN R. MORANT.
H. H. D. BYiiON.
Ward 4-Th'rd Precinct (iiduding all of sai 1 Ward
between George and Bull s:reeta ami Calhoun-street),
Polling Place at Engine House in Smith-street.
R. D. WHITE. I Wc lt MITCHEL.
T. B MAXWELL.
Ward ?>- Flist Precinct (including al' of said Ward
south of Ann and Judith rtre.-ts), Polling Place,
Eagle Engine Uouke.
RICHARD ARNOLD. | V H. CARMA ND.
WM. F. HARNETT.
Ward 5-Second Precinct (incudiog all ol said
Ward lying north of Ann an I Judith streets), Polling
THOS. J. KN AUF F. | J. H. GREGG.
Ward 6-First Product (uiclu dng all of said Ward
lying south ot R?del fib and Doughty streets), Polling
i'la e at Washington Engine Douse.
D. B. IICKLIN. I RICHARD FORBES I'
Ward C.- -'econd Precinct (including all of said
Ware! lying North of Radcliffe and Doughty streets.,
Fobing Place at tho leo Huuso in Rutlcdge-street,
A. T. PORI ER. I A. V. KA.NAPAUX.
L. F. WALL.
Ward 7.-Polling Place, Engine Douse iu Colum?
Dr. T. S. GBIMKF.. I J. B MUSHING TON, Sr.
JOS KPH GREGG.
Ward 8.-Polling Place, .Marion Engine House.
L. BUNCH. I J. B. S DI KER.
J. M. F. DEREEF.
Christ Church Parish.
First Precinct.-Polling Place, Mount Pleasant.
W. R. WHEELOCK. | H. iIEf'CKEN.
?..HARLES F. NORTH.
Second Preciad.- Fiitecn-mile Clim eb.
JERRY YATES, Jr. | AUB \M SMI I H.
Saint James' Sautec.
Muster Houso Poll.
Cr. L. P. WAGNER. I 'HG '. DOOR.
Dr. 9. L. ORR.
Saint Stephen's Parish.
First Polling Precinct -St. Stephen's Depot.
S. D. RUSSELL. I R. C. McMAKIN.
ROBERT T. ARTSON.
Second Polling Precinct-1 iucvillc.
THOS. P. RAVENFL. | WM. JELVEY.
Saint John's Berkeley.
Fi.st Pulling Piceinct-Blixk Oak and Fellz'i Old
Dr. N. M. WARING. | EDWARD MICKEY.
JOHN" N. CLEARER.
* Second Jolling Procinc:-'Jalamus Pond.
T. W. PORCHER. I-SINCLAIR.
T. W. EAS r blt LING.
Third Polling Precinct-Biggin church.
JOHN A. SELBY. | W. W. WILLIAMS.
N. n. GUITON.
Foutth Tolling Pre. incl- trawberry F.rry.
THOMAS EVANS. | JOHN B. MILLIKEN.
W. J. CANNON.
Saint Thomas' Parish.
Polling Pl .ec-Brick Chn reh.
HENRI E, LUCAS, Jr. I A ?RON LOGAN.
Dr. li. J. MUIRHEAD.
Saint James1 Goose Creek.
First Polling Precis Cf-Goo e Cree!; Bridge.
W. J. S1NEATH. I Rev. T. E. LEADBETTER
JOHN" C. DI-> VERNEY.
Second Polling Precinct-summerville.
PHINEAS SMITH. | JO-v A. SASPORTAs.
JAMES O. L.\I>D.
Third Tolnng Prectuct- Wasnauaaw.
WM. H. HARVEY. | J JHN O. WILSON.
SAMUEL Kl NOM AN.
Fonrih Polling Pncinct-fross Ro-ds.
JAMES WIGGINS. I HENRY G. THOMAS.
Filth Polling Precinct- dtokory Bend.
N. E. CONNOR. I J. McOOY.
St. Andrew's Palish.
First Polling Precinc -Jumes' Island.
W. rt. CLARK. I BEN J HY'AS.
Second Polling Product-John's Island.
W. B. CUTTER. I W. S. WAA Ll Y.
ADAM W. SMITH.
Thiid Polling Irecinct-Wadmalaw Island.
BENJ. BAILEY. | WM. VROWN.
SAMUELE. G Wi LARD.
Fourth Polling Precinct Edisto Island,
T. P. MIEELL. I TEI'ER HEDGERS.
- CLAW- ON.
Fifth Tolling I rocinc!- )u the Main,
RODERT TALBOT. | A'. L. Ml KELL
Thc Malingers ol Lied ions will revise tor a period
of throe day?, couimcnciu?"Vt.-her21th, A. D.
Hie registration lists upon whick the Eic tuon, coni
uicnciug the second day ol Juue, A. D 1808, and
cudiu thc third day of Juue, A. D. 1868, was con?
ducted, oy the addition o ?iie.i lists of the names ot
all persons eutithd to vote uud r thc Constitution,
who have not already been r gistcred. nud by strik?
ing from such lists thc names o! such persons as
shall not by law bc emitted to vole.
For the purpo-os o KUcb revision the Managers
of Elections will meet at the ti ? es und places desig?
nated above by the Commissioners.
By order ol the Board.
D. T. CORBIN, Chairman.
Charleston, S. C., October 14,18G8.
October 19 2 mw5 tul
QHA itt Ii?STOil T H KA TK ??'
Lessee and Manager.JOHN TEMPLETON
BY TBE FAVORITES!
FOR THE PRELIMINARY SEASON,
Tho features of which will be
SE LECI ED PLAYS!
Nightly appearance of
Aud the speedy introduction of
SI ERLING NOVELTIES!
G I? EAT VARI KT Y TO-.VIGHT!
SATURDAY EVENING-, October 17, 1868,
Thc Elegant Comedietta,
MAID OF MUNSTER!
And thc Great
With the gems of Songs and Dances by all the Com
Good order always obsorved. New Plays every
night Sec thc liberal admission.
orchestra chairs and Parquette Centre always re?
served for Ladies and O cut: einen
Geutleincn (arm chairs reserved) *1; Ladies (ann
chatrs nwervrd), 50 cents; Parquette (side ai-les), 75
cents; back scats, 50 cents; boys and children, 25
cents; calore J seats, CO cents.
?3"Doors op n at naif-past Seven o'clock; com?
mence at Eiebt o'clock.
Pcrformanco will bc over at ten or half-past ten
o'clock for street cars in attendance.
October 17 1
JP" RANCIS G. CART,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
WILL CONTINUE THE ABOVE BUSIN I- SS.
Igf- Omeo corner of South Atlantic Wharf and Ex
cbangestreet. wslmo September 30
J R. SOLOMONS, M. D.,
HAS RETURNED. OFFICE EASEL-STREET,
I L L 3 A Ul GURNEY,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 102 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PAR1TCULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
salo and shipment O?9EA I-LAN.> AND UPLA>D
COTTON. Liberal advances made on Consignments
for sale in OtU ma.kot, or for shipment.
September 23 3.003
JV! S L E Y Ai CREIGHTON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 EAST BA Y.
Vessels chartered and Freights procured.
J O II N D . ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 10 Broad-strcct.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IS THE
WRITING UP AND ADJUSlINtr OF BOOK-? AND
ACCOUNTS o? MorcUants and olhors. Also, ibo
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
BENI:? OF HOUsES, Ac._October 1
T Y. WiiSTEKVELT Al IO.,
"REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
No. 29 BUOAD-STREET,
CHAELESTON, 8. C.
BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, LEASE BEAL ES?
TATE In any section of tho South.
SS" Negotiate Loans, Collect Rents, fcc., Ac.
October l l 3mos
J Y. WESTERVELT,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT.
OS- rrompt attenlion given to COLLECTION CF
RhNTS, OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS, ic.
j?ST Onice No 29 BRO\D-STRF.ET, Charleston,
8. C. _Imo October 13
J T. HUMPHREY'S,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALE? OF REAL ESTATE STOCKS, BO MLS, SE
CURIUE> AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. ? 7 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.,
General JAMES CONNER, T. II. WAKING, Esq.
rjp GRANGE SIMONS,
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
Office lu Planters' anti .Mechanics' Ba uk
Building, East Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 38 MONTAGUE-STREET.
OFI1CE H0UR3 FROM 10 TO ll A. M., AND 4.'X TO
5,'i O'CLOCE P. M.,
But will c ill at Offices or Piiv^to Residences when
desired, li inf. nned by note or other? is?.
Special attention will bc given to the collection of
RENTS, BILLS AND OUTSTANDING CLAIMS.
September 23 Imo
j\^ORTH, STEELE Ai WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS I>"
FANCY O O O D J ,
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, t. UTLERY,
HOilERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHliK GOODS, EMB'?OIDKRY, kc, kc,
NO. 107 .Vcetinjr-street,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. ll. STEELK. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL. Ju. New York.
s>.pteo-bor 15 3mos
Q. E O . H . HOPPUCK,
ACCOMMODAI ION VVDALF,
Cha'lesion, s. C.
P. GADSDEN HASELL. Cmos September 21
yyiLLIS A CH1SOLBL
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTI-"Nu TO TUE PURCHASE, SALE ANT
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domeslic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUM UER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
October 35 _
"TOOGAN Ai SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYNARD SEABROOK
(?rflrmrs mb Misa^ms.
STRIPS, PIG HAMS, BUTTER
.T BOXES SUGAR-CURED NEW YORE STRIPS
0 10 barrels Sugar-Curod New York Stripe
10 barrels Sugar-Cured Pig Hams
30 tubs cholc; Butler
30 tubs Good Butter
50 tubs txtraLard.
Landing per steamer James Adeer, and for sale by
LAURtY 4 AL'-X ?NDER
October I" 2
QA A A EBS. CHOICE SUGAR-CURED STRIP?.
Ovvv just received from steamer James
Adger and for sale by
October 17 1 R A- A. P. CALDV- ELL.
1 A f\ A BALEE PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY.
X4rv/ \J Landing lrom snip Owego. and for
sale by W. B. t-MH H & CO.,
October 17 1 Napier'? Range.
EWAiVs ?SEA ISLAND COTTOiN
EWAN'S SE A ISL ?.ND COTTON BAGGING FOB
vale by W. C. BEE k CO.
October 13 tuths3
BORNEO BiGGING !
IjlA BALES BORNEO BAGGING, CF EXTRA
J. \ I \J weight and wid ?h.
For pale by GEO A. TREN HG .'il & SON.
October 3 stiiihlo
?)A FRAMES BEST QUALITY ROOFING FELT.
41/ received from Liverpool per "Amelia," For
salo by , R. t. WALKER.
October 10_2 Boyeo & Co.'s Wharf.
MEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT,
FLU Ult AND CHEESE.
BTBDSALL BROS.' BEST NEW HULLED BUCK
HIRAM SMITH'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR
CL AUSSEN MILLS FAMILY FLOUR, in quar?
ter, half and whole sacks
SA? SAGO CHEESE.
A full supply of the above just received at the]
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Harket streets.
Goods delivered free. October 15
WESTERN BULK ?ACON.
rtfk HHDS. CLEAR Rin SIDES, DRY SALTED
?j (J 5 hhds. Cr ar Sides, smoked
10 bads. Shoulders, smoked.
Just received, and for salo by
October 1 F--8t Bay.
"?IQUORS ! LIQUORS !
GREAT REDUCTION JUST MADE.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
ol the best importing houses of New York
and Philadelphia, wo are now enabled to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy. Port, Madeira, Sherry
and Claret Wines, l ure Holland Gin, London Porter
end Scotch Aie. Stouton's Bittera, Ste., at greatly re?
Pames in want of any of the above articles, would
do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere
Quick Sales and Small Profita is our motto.
BY J-Nt & FOGARTY,
No. 152 King-sireet, corner John-street,
Charle>ton, S. C.
OLD KEN1UCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal?
Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gallon.2 25
superior Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gol... .2 50
Coolee Old Monongahela Rre Whiskey, X.2 80
Choice Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey. XX.3 00
I hoicc Old MuitoDirahela Rye Whiskey. XXX... .3 25
Old Nectir.."..4 00
Pure Hol'and Gin.4 00
Fine Old Burgandy Port Wine.3 00
Fino Hld Madeira Wine;.3 00
Flue Old Shorry Wine.3 09
Stouton's I'itters, per bottle. 75
Loudon Porter, warranted, per dozen bottles... .3 00
English and scotch Ale, per dozen bottles.3 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.6 00
Port Wine, por dozen bottles.7 50
Madeira Wine, pet dozen bottles.7 50
Sherry Wine, per dozen botUes.7 50
Whiskey, per dozen botdes.6 to Tl
Gin, per dozen bottles.12 Oe
A discount of ton per cont. nih bo allowed OD all
billa ol S50._Imo_October 6
H. & H. W. CATHE it WOOD'S
KATHA FINE. PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUP?LY OP
OUR PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our tonner numornus customers at tb?
south, we have appointed Me-sra. H. GERD is ir
CO. our Agents, who, hy this arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade at pnces winch will en?
H. ir H. W. CAT11ERWOOD.
II. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
rA BBLs. OF THE ABOV FAVCRITE WHIS
0\J KEYS, couslsling of X. XX. XXX. XXXX,
and NECTAR and i.ABINET BRANDE, and also of
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS k CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 105 East Bay.
MILL PO>D OYS i fr RS,
PLAN l ED, NURTURED AND FED BY THE
Cannonsboro' Company, universally acknowl?
edged by judges to be the finest flavored OYS TERS
in the wor.d- fat themselves and moat fattening
nourishment, ruperior to Norfolk and New York
Bivalves in delicacy, sweetness and relish.
To be had in quantity or at retail, by the barrel,
bushel or pe k lu the sh jil, and by the gallon, quart
or pint opened, at the WEST tND uF BEE-STREET.
October 6_JOHN S. SCHMIDT, Agent.
COAL ! COAL I?
JOHN fl. HORLBECIt,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HTS FRIENDS. AND
thc public that hcT as commenced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3mo
SOUTHWEST COR VE lt MEETING AND
T V Hiv i .1 STREKTi,
AN EXTENSIVE. VARIED AND CAREFULLY
selected supply ot the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WISES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all time* bo found at the above Store,
es'abhshcd under the auspi- ss of tho 'PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extond the advantages it
already offers to tho public. Fresa arrivals aDd
bargains will bc regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded pat rous.
' The "object" of Hie Association is, as set forth is
Us charter, "To furnish members ar. 1 tbe publie
with Hie necessaries of lifo ot good q ia!tty, unadulte
raied, and at lowest market rates, und from the
prolits of such sales to accumulate capita; for its
Copies of the Constitution ttnl By-I.awscan be
found at the store ot tho Association, and ail in?
quiries legardmg the practical working of tbe enter*
prise will be most cheerfully an I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
VICTORIA HOTEL..-TH M Pl'.OPKIE
TOR announces io bLs patron?, atid thc public
iu general, that the price ot board for transient and
permanent boarders ha* been considerably reducod
The Hotel is located io the businc*" i art of King
streot. corner of Princess. It is one of tho best fur?
nished Hotols in the city. Tho proprietor has kept
it for the last taelve yeats, aud bi- motto ls to make
every ,:uest feel at hctae.
Price for Transient Boarders, per day.S2 50
Price tor Permanent Boarders. ;.cr week. 8 00
F. 0PD?BEECK, Proprietor.
?jtr A DAME GID1KKU,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHAUL?STON. & 0.
Transient Board S3 3d per Day.
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PBOPBDCOUS,
"XT K W YOEE HOTEL,
No. 7 21 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
O. RL HlliDKKTH Ai CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, a<* popularly known in former times
under the manair. r.ent ot J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recen?y nuder that of HIRAM CRANSTON k
C i isnowundei the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HILDE ET H & T. B. ROCKWAY, unerthe firm of
V. M. HILDRETH At CO.
The senior partner from bis lone experwnoe as a
ni oprioior of thb Veranda, St Louis and St Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his friends and .he public generally, that ita
former world-wide reputation as a popular flrat-elass
Hotel, sholl bo fully sustained under its present
management. lyr* February 13