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-In Paris imitation jewelry is worn by the
ladies in preference to roal poid.
-Queen Victoria is to receive the Chinese
Embassy ou the 20th of this month.
-Figs grow in California the size of a man's
fist, weighing a quarter of a pound each.
-Queen Victoria is said to be engaged upon
another book to take the form of a novel.
-The London Standard announces that
President Johnson intends visiting England at
the expiration of his term of ofhee.
-The effect ot tho election news in Wall
street w. s to cause a general buoyancy m the
markets. Almost everything became "uppish."
-Napoleon Ul was thrown by a restive
horse at the camp of Lannemezan, France, re?
cently. He hung by the mano and was not
-There is a report that Brigham Young is
going to retire to private life with thc three
anilhons which be has made by his profession
-The English Postmaster-General is urged
to propose to the United States an internation?
al postage of one penny for single rates, with
the belief that it would not only reflect high
honor upon Great Britain, but would bo accept?
able to this country.
-The extensive machine shops in Baltimore,
owned by Mi-. BOSB Winans, which at one time
gave activo employment to eitrht hundred
operatives, are about to be torn down, in con?
sequence of a lack of patronage, Mr. Winans
refuaiug to manufacture any but tho /.'camel
back" locomotive, out of feelings of pride, as he
-Bennett, of the Now York Herald, has
made nominations for 1872. He says: "We
may yet wituess, four years from next March,
the spectacle of a restored Union, symbolized
in the persons of John Quincy Adams and
Wada Hampton-Massachusetts and South
Carolina-marching arm in arm into tho White
House to take possession as its legitimate oc?
cupants for the next Presidential term."
-Tho Washington Star says : "Quite a num?
ber of wou:d-be-clerks under government have
been peering about industriously in the De?
partments sines Tuesday, with the idea of ro?
tating any Seymour men out and rotating
themselves in. Very muoh to their surprise
not a Seymour clerk is to bo found in ofhee ;
not one who was not 'a Grant man from tho
start.' Tho wonld-be's have put their con?
sidering caps on, and are trying hard to figure
out why this is thus."
-Helmbold, the Buohu man, has gono $20,
-000 better than Judge Pierre pout. The latter
-contributed a $20,000 check for thc election of
Grant and Colfax; Helmbold sends a check for
$40,000 to the Democrats for tho election of
Seymour and Blair. The significant fact, how?
ever, about the business is that Helmbold is
able to give sums of $10,000in this off-hand way.
Helmbold is the most extensive advert?s jr in
ibe world, and the result is his incomo is enor?
mous. Any business man can acquire a for?
tune who advertises persistently and exten
. Bivoly; and here comes in a littlo moral for bu?
' -The United States Supreme Court has re
. cently made an important decision on the sub?
ject of the transfers of lands professing to be
an absolute conveyance, but accompanied with
a concealed verbal agreement between tho par?
ties securing a benin t to the grantor at the ex?
pense of his creditors. The court says that
the law will not permit a debtor in failing cir
<jomatanco8 to convey his lands by deed with?
out reservation, and yet occupy it for a limited
time.for his. own benefit. Hence, when a
debtor, in pursuance of a private understand?
ing, retains possession, rent free, for one year,
ol lands sold by him, euch conduct creates a
Beeret trust for his benefit, and renders the
?conveyance fraudulent as to creditors, and
void. And it made no difference in the legal
aspect of the case before tho court that the
inte-est reserved was not of great value, and
that the debtor did not intend to defraud his
-The New York Herald's Paris letter says :
'.The Chassepot gan is a completo failure, and
one of the most dangerous weapons evor sup?
plied to au army, and the Emperor, I have
reason to behove, is in full accord with tho
ordnance officers, and has determined to
change the arms for a better ona, and with
that view a new series of experiments have
been instituted, to ascertain whether tho arm
can be so altered as to become efficient and
praiseworthy. Two hundred and three systems
of alterations have been tried, and it is prob?
able that ono-an American plan-will be
adopted, and with a radical change in the am?
munition, the Emperor being satisfied that pa
j>er pr silk cartridges are not suitable for
breech-loading arms, and ho is determined to
Adopt a metal cartridgo closely resembling that
in use by the United States. And as this radi?
cal change of small arms will require somo
time, peace may be considered tolerably secure
.until it is effected, unless some other nations
make war. It will require eight months for
the French to alter their arms, and you need
-not look for war before next summer."
-The Journeymen Printers' Co-operatve As?
sociation of New York report that their organi?
sation was started in 1865, when twenty-five
journeymen agreed to contribute each two dol?
lars a week for two y oars, until sufficient capi?
tal was raised to carry on the enterprise. On
May first, 1867, they commonced business with
a fund of $5200. A quantity ot second hand
type, almost new, and other materials for a
printing office, which had cost $0500, were for
. sale at $1500,'and these the Asssociation bought,
expending the remainder of their capital in
job type and job presses. At first only two
hands were employed, but the timo even o?
. these was not completely filled, and a loss was
. consequently entailed. Soon after two more
wore added, and finally a dozen; but work fell
. off, and u portion returned to their former cfu
. ces. An average of six only wero employed
during the trat year, realizing an excess over
the twenty dol'ars a week wages paid of three
thousand dollars. Eight hundred dollars of
this was given for rent, two hundred dollar*
for fuel and etceteras, and the balance for
mare type. They have now a valuable office
and aro prepared to execute any description of
work. The business of the Association has
much increased this year, and they expect to
employ a constant average of sixteen hands.
This should realize for them about eight thous?
and dollars over wages, a largo part of which
they will be able to divide. They are now
doing a considerable amount of book and job
work, and are printiug two weekly and three
MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1868.
For President.HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For vice-President......FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
A Change of Candidates.
One of the most extraordinary incidents
in the history of party politics is the move?
ment on the part of certain influential
Democratic presses looking to the with?
drawal of SEYMOUR and BLAIK, and the sub?
stitution, at the eleventh hour, of a ticket
headed by CHASE, or some other available
mac. The clamor for this bold and sudden
step was first raised by the New York World,
and bas since been echoed by the National
Intelligencer at Waebiugton, and by the
two leading j urnals of New Orleans. The
New York Democrat even stateB that Gov?
ernor SEYMOUR has written a letter placing
himself unreservedly in the hands of the
Democratic National Committ< e. That our
readers may understand the merits of this
movement, we give the argument of the
j New York Woild in its favor.
That juurnal says:
"We have not been beaten in tho3o elections
"on the proper issues ot the canvass, but by
"things quite extraneous to tho public ques
"tions. The military prestige of the Republi?
can candidate has really nothing to do with
"the question of policy involved, and yet that
"has deprived us of more votes than were
"necessary for our success in each State. But
"this is an element which wc cannot eliminate.
"Another thing which has arrested tho tide of
"our gains, and has done us far moro injury than
"the military popularity of General GE?ST, is
"tho use that has been made of some inconsid
"erate expressions ot Genoral BLAIR previous to
"his nomination. The Ropubhcan leaders, who
"are doubtless good judgis of tho kiudof ap
"peals best calculated to prevent desertions
"from their party, have harped upon those ex?
"pressions more than upon all other topics put
* together. They have succeeded in tilling
"timidor credulous mindi with apprehensions
"that the election of the Democratic candidates
"would be followed by the employment of the
"army for the forcible ejection of the negro
"governments, in a rouqh Cromwellian style.
'There can bo no doubt that the American
"people yearn for peace, and that nothing could
"bo so fatal to the success of the Democratic
"party as a belief that it would attempt to cut
"the gordian knot of Southern politics with the
"sword. The uso ma lo of Genoral CLUE'S let
"ter hai, of course, been uncaudid and unfair,
"but what care tho unscrupulous Radicals for
"fairness or condoi ? Enough had been said to
"give a color to their perversions, and, in point
"of fact, they have deluded thousands of weak
"minds into the absurd belief that the Demo
"cratic party is asking the country to endoise
"a rovolutioary programme. The mischief of
? such representations docs not dopond upon
"then: being tr ue, but upon their being believed.
"They carry an imputation which the party
"cannot stand under, and unless they can be in
"some way effectually rebutted,we shall again
"come just near enough to succoss to wonder
"that we failed.
"The calumny needs to be met by something
"more effectual than a mero argumentative
"refutation. Every timo it is refuted our op?
ponents slur over or ignore the exposure, and
"rehearse a?rain their quotations from tha
"Broadhead let1 cr, asserting that it was on ac?
count of that letter, and of those particular
"passages in it, that General Blair was nomi
"natcd. Mow, we suppose that anybody can
?'easily conceive of ways by which this dam?
aging libel upon the Democratic party could
"be summarily exploded-so exploded that no
"moro would be left of it than a heap of ex?
ploded gunpowder. Of the two or threo ways
"in which this may effectually bo done, wo
"do not feel called upon to partid'.arize any;
"for the individuals are very few in whose
"hands the remedies ho, and the remedies
"themselves are not so recondite as to need
"any ghost from tho other world to reveal what
"they aro. It is obvious enough what they are
"not. Thero is nothing tobo gained by the
"incessant and endless contradiction by our
"party organs of a calumny which tho Rcpub
"hean orcans will ropeat faster than we cm
print the contradictious, which novcr reach
"their readers. The public mind is educated
"quickly bj events: slowly by arguments. What
"IB needed is some Evtjrr, ot such a naturo
"that no voter in the United States can ignore
"ii; of such significance that it can, by no pos
'eibdity, bo misunderstood.
"No Democrat admits that the success of
"the party binds it to uso the army to disperse
"the new State governments. And as thc
"party has no each intention, why should it
"bear the odium of tho damaging imputation ?
"As it contemplates only peaceful and legal
"modes of redress, it is simply justice to the
"party that its skirts should be cleared ol as?
persion which, so far as they aro believed,
"repel voters from its ranke. The party, as a
"body, has no other nie&us of clearing itself ot
"this injurious imputation than by futile con
"tradictions in its public journals. But there
"aro individuals who can extinguish this
"calumny in a moment, and silence it forever.
"And this must be done, if we aro to win thc
"election. This ie a time for ulain talk, and we
"trust we have spoken intelligibly enough for
"those whom it moat concerns to take our
Tbo Norfolk Convention.
The business men of Virginia have for
many years been striving to build up the
trade of their cities and their State; and
they have never given up their determina?
tion of making Norfolk and Richmond rival
the riparian and maritime cities of the
North, by drawing to them the vast trade
of the Western States. Their belief that
they would ultimately accomplish their pur?
pose has never been shaken. They were
not daunted by the close cf the war, but
went steadily on; and now they make an?
other step forward in attracting the atten?
tion of the whole country to their schemes
of internal improvement.
The convention which met at Norfolk and
adjourned on the 10th insfaut, was com?
posed of many hundred delegates who rep?
resented every variety of interest, aud but.
one opinion-that thc proper outlet for the
business of thc great West was the City of
Norfolk. They did not waste time in theo?
rizing, and finally adopted the report of a
committee in favor of at once establishing
direct steam communication between Nor?
folk and Liverpool, lt was estimated that
a capital of three hundred thousand dol?
lars would be enough "for the purpose, and
the plan was supported by General MAHONS,
the President of the railroads connecting
Norfolk,Va , and Bristol, Tenn., and bj Col?
onel JOHNSON, the President of the Columbia
and Augusta Railroad. This latter gentle?
man said that he would next year send oue
hundred thousand bales of cotton to Vir?
ginia. There was no long debate upon the
report, and subscriptions were invited.
Nashville subscribed twenty five thousand
dollars, Norfolk fifty thousand dollars, Pe?
tersburg twenty thousand dollars, and a
large amount was subscribed by counties
and by individuals.
A resolution was also adopted hailing
with pleasure the interest manifested by
Western and Northwestern States in the
water-line communication between the Mis?
sissippi valley and the Atlantic via the
Ohio, Kanawha und Jume? River, aod de?
claring that in view of the importance of
that work the convention look forward most
hopefully to its speedy completion as a mat?
ter of the greatest importance to the nation.
If the delegates who passed these resolu?
tions were idle talkers, their action would
amount to little. Rut there were amongst
them the shrewdest business men and
the deepest thinkers in the State. They
knew what they were doing; and we hazard
nothing in saying that Norfolk will soon
have a line of steamships runniog direc
Liverpool, and that sooner or later there
will be water communication between Vir?
ginia and the West by the Jarnos River and
We mention these things as tangible evi?
dence thut the States to the north and west
and south of us, are working like beavers
to extend their trade and secure that West?
ern business about which our merchants
have been talking for years. Virginia is
not even reconstructed. Her political fu?
ture is far more uncertain than ours. Yet
she is thoroughly alive to the advantages of J
laking time by the forelock, and will not
lose one day in wailing, while anything
practical and profitable remains to be Jone.
If we desire to prosper we must show the
same liberality and promptitude. When
our trade is gone, it cannot be won back.
We must hold it and increase it; and if at
first the profit is but email, tho ultimate ad?
vantage will be so great as to make up for
all that we have suffered and all we have
WEST VIRGINIA is now the only State that
will hold un election previous to November
third. That State will choose from the
two tickets annexed, on the twenty-second
D. mocratlc. Eepnblican.
Governor.J. N. Camden_W. Stephenson.
Sec'iy ot State ...S. V. Yantis..J. M. Pipes.
Treasury..G. J. Walker.J. A. McCauley.
Auditor.D. Mayer.T. Boggess.
Att'>-Goaeral....W. P. ??Hey.T. Melvm.
Ap. Judge.M. Edmit'6ton...R. L. Berkshire.
Cong.-Int List..H. S. Walker.J. H. Duval
2d 1 ist.. WT. G. Brown.... J. C. McGrew.
3J Dist..C. P. T. Moore...!. 8. Whitcher.
Governor ROREMAN (Republican) was
elected two years ago by six thousand six
hundred and sixty-four majority. The
local elections last year showed no material
change. The canvass is quiet, but intense.
WE PUBLISH TO-DAY an Address of the
Central Democratic Club to the people of
the State. The people are urged to register
and vote without fail; not to be despondent;
to prevent violence and abstain from the
appearance of it; and to treat the colored
people with kindness and forbearance. The
Club, on behalf of the people of the State,
reaffirm the declaration made in April last,
that the Democratic party of the State are
willing, when in power, to give thc colored
people a qualified suffrage.
Qra^~HUA CO?l?Gifi (ST" J?S'EPH)]
NEAR MOBILE, ALABAMA.
Ibis Literary Institution, incorporated by the
State of Alabama, and empowered to confer all the
Academical Honor-, is conducted by tho Fathers of
the Society of Jesu ?.
The site of the fol?ese, on ri?ing ground, one hun?
dred and fl' ty feet ?hove the level ot the sea, is equal?
ly healthy and agro able.
Pupils ot every religious denomination aro admit?
ted, provided t- at, with a view to order and unifor?
mity, they are willing to attend tho exercises ol tho
The plan of instruction embraces Greek, Lrtin,
English. French, Poetry, P.hoioric. Htslory, Geo?
graphy, Mathematics, Astronomy, Natura: and Men?
tal Pi ilusophy, with thc addition of Book-keeping,
und thc usual commorcial branches.
ipauish and German arc taught at thc option of
parents or guardians, without extra charge.
The age of admission is trom nine to fifteen. No
ono is received who docs not know how to read and
The n xt session will opon on the 27th october,
Board, Tuition, Washing, Stationery.$200 00
Further information can be obtained from the Presi?
dent of th* College, or fiom hew D. J. QU1GLEY,
Cathedral, Charleston, s. C. 10 October 19
PHOTOGRAPH AND PORCEL1 A N
' PAINTING.-Miss HATCH has the ploa-urc
of tnfoimirg her many friends and p- trous, tl at tho
has resumed tho labors of her proies-ion.and wi.l t e
pleased to soe them at her Koon, s over the Store No.
297 KING-STREET._October 12
MRS. HJJFSON PIN CK (VE Y WILL RE?
SUME" the Exercises of her SCHOOL FOR
Yu UNG L\D1ES on Monday, Octobers, at No. SS
Instruction given in the French and German Lan?
guages by the best Professors.
September 21 Imo
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OF EN GUSH LUTHERAN CHUItCH.
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Rnok-keepiug charged extra.
December 2 rt. H. BERUM A NN
??otirrs in pankruptrn.
IN THE mtCTR?CT
UNITED STATES, FOR SO'Ttl CAROTINA
IN I HE MAI TER OF GEO. F. VON KOLNIIZ. <>F
CHAR LE> ION. BANKRUPT.-PETITION FOR
FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE.-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-Order-'!, that a hearing be had PU the
tvtnty-tigklh day nf October, ut Federal Courthouse
in i harlcstou, S. C., and that all Creditors, Atc,
o? sai I Bankrupt appear at said time and place,
and show cause, il any they can, why the prayer
of thc Pe'ilioii-r should not bc grauted, ond that
the mcetn g of Creditors of said Haukrupt will be
held a? tko office of R. B. CARPENTER, Esq.,
Registrar < f Second Congre--cional District. S. C..
on tweuty-sUth day of October, 1808, at 12 o'clock M.
Dy order of the Court, tho .Wth day ot September,
1808. DANIEL D?BLN ECK,
Clerk ol tbc Listiici Court ol the Vmn J States
October 12 U)2 For south Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OE THE j
UNITED STATUS F II JUE DI^TltlCT OF I
SOOTH CAROLINA-IN THE HATTED. OF DELA
SIZER, OF LANCASTER, BANKRUPT-PETITION
FOR FULL AND I' INA L I'ISCHABGS IN BANK
RUr I CV-Ordered, th it a hearing bc had on the
twenty-eighth day nf Octobe>; at Fe lei al court?
house in Chai tastos, S. c., nud that all creditor*,
kc, ol' said Hunk nipt appear al saul une and place,
and . how cause, if any tbev eau, why ibo prayer of !
thc i ctiUoncr eli* uld not bo granted, and that the !
mceUug < f creditors of -aid Bmkiupt will bc held at '
the oilice of W. J. CLAWsON, 1 sq.. Registrar, at
YorkviUc. 8. C., on thc twenty-third dav "f Octob-r.
li-CS, nt twe.vu o'clock M.
Hy o:d< r if ibo Court, th's 3f>lh day of September,
IWJ8. DANIfL HORLBEi K,
Clerk of the District Curt
Of the Uuiied Mutes for South Carolina.
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MULES FOR SALK.-A FEW WELL
BROKE MULES, in good condition, suitable
tor drays. They will bo sold low il applied for im?
mediately. Can bo seen at WEST'S STABLES,
Queeu-srreet, near Friend-stieet.
Octo. or IB 1
FOR SALE, A SASH. OOOR AND BLIND
FACTOR!', w?h Woodworth I laniDg Machine,
situated at ike corner of Benufain and Rutledge
streets. A lease ol the premises can bc obtaiaed on
favorable tcrisB. Hie Machinery* consists of:
. 1 WOODWORTH PLANER
1 Turniiit! Machine
2 Sash Mouldin? Machines
1 Power y.< rttce Machine
1 Slat Machine
1 Turning Lathe
3 pair Arbors a i;d Pulleys
2 Foot Monicc Machines
1 Mitre Machine
1 Boring M&cbinc.
With Belling. Ac,
All ready for immediate use A ten horse Eni/ine
included in thc lc sc vt the premise.-.
'1 o any enc denroas of continuing the business n
lavorable opportunily is offered.
Apply on the premise:- lo SALTOS k BOCHF, or
to WILLIAM G. WHILDEN k CO.
Octcber 8 thai! No. 137 Meeting-street.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPE?.-, IN
any quanhtv, price 75 cents per hundred, A ?ply
at thc oflice of the DAILY NEWS. February 20
p i ii k T?D" ?TR i N E
Ri-ks against loss or dornige by fire token cn
BUILDINGS, COTTON, PBODCJCE, FURNITURE,
GENERAL MERCHANDIZE, fte., Ac.
Foteignand Coastwise Marine Risks tokon at rea?
sonable rutes in the following Companies:
ORIENT MU ! UAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of
New York. v
UNITED STA'-ES LLOYDS, ol New York.
Ill Gilli tv RA VENE L, Agents.
No. '4" East Buy, Corner of Eicbange-stroet
Octobers . . mi?
Ibo undersigned, having sold his entire interest
iii the Ho:.-l known os thc
' NICKERS02? HOUSE,"
iii Columbia, S. C., would take great pleasure in re?
commending his friend.- to continue their patronage
to the new proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT bas had charge of the Hotel for
mc tor a year psst, and will continue to have the
entire maLaginicnt ot the Hotel under thc new ar
I fuel assured th lt the hou?c will inaiiitiiin ila for
mer reputatto.1 as a first-class Hotel.
X. S. SICXEBSON.
COLOMBIA, S. C., September 1,1SC8.
t- oi lumber 21 thtn2mos
ADAME G I D 1 E R E ,
'CALDER no USE.
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
ClIAV.LKSTOS. S. C.
Transient Board i'? 50 per Day.
Q POTTSWOOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD CROTHERS, I-noPED-rous,
DEUTSCHS JAEGER UNTERSTUET
DIE YTERTEI J1 EHRLICHE VERSAMMLUNG
dieter Goselischalt, wir j Mont: g Abend, den
19 October, um Eight Uhr. un Locale des H rrn
Wicking, Ecke society sad Ring stras;c, stattfinden.
The Mitglieder sind zahlreich 'ingcladt n.
October 19 1 HENRY YOUNG, Seer.
PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT, No. 1,
I. O. O. F.
rfE REGUL Ut MEETING OF THIS C AMP WILL
be held Th x Eveking, at Seven o'clock, on which
occasion the Officers of the Grand Encampment wUl
Members are parhcuhrly reque ted to attend.
By order C. P. STARR,
October 19 1 Ad ing Scribe.
ST. ANDREW'S LODGE, No. 10, A. F. M.
rpHE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
X Lodge will bo held at Masonic Hall, This Eve
nmg, at .-even o'clock.
By ordor W. M. E. N. JEANNERETT,
October 19 1 secretary.
g HOPE PIKE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING,
This (Mondiy) Evening, 191b iu.tant, at ha'f
past Seven o'clock. PHIL. RUC'HHEIT, JR ,
Oe i ober 19 1 Secretary.
CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
CENTRAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEEIS TO?
NIGHT, at Masonic Hall, at Seven o'clock.
October 19 1 WM. TENNENT, Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLTB, "WARU No. L
rpHE KKGULAR WLiKLY MEETING OF THIS
X CLUB will bc held at the South Carolina Hall,
7 AM Evening, at half-past Seven o'clock. The Club
will be addressed by J. BARRETT COHEN, Esq.
Membeis of other L'emocratie Clubs are invited to
attend. EUGENE W. ?\ EST,
October 19 1 Recording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB. WARD No. 4.
AMEETING OF THE WORKING COMMITTEE
will be held at Masonic Hall, This Evening,
19th instant, at 7 o'clock.
A punctual attendance of every membor is par?
ticularly requested, as business of great Importance
will be i ? rought before the Committee.
By order of the Chairman.
A X. MILLIKEN,
October 19 1_Secretary.
DE MOCRATIC CLUB. WARD No. 0.
rpHE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETIN 1 OF THE
X Working Commit tee will be held This Evening,
the 19th instant, at Seven o'clock, ut thc Hall of tho
Washington Fire Engine Company.
A full and punctual attendance is requested.
By order of tho President.
October 19 1 Secretary.
DY1T. ..ND SCOURER,
No. 141 Market-street, between King
and Archdale st: ce ts.
Gents'i . its, Vests and Pants CLEANED. DYED
and PRESSED. REGULAR SCOURING LONE.
Dowore of Tai'or-spongiLg.
Septem ber 2.) fm w2mo ?
yrrTLBCR ? SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS k AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner ol claims.
July 13 mwfCnio
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 102 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
sale and shipment of SEA I-LANu AND UPLA>D
COTTON. Liberal advances made on Cousigumouta
for salo in (hil ma ket, or for shipment.
September 23 3mos
ISLEY ?fe CREIGHTON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 EAST BA Y.
Vessels chartered and Freight* procured.
JOHN D . ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 10 Broart-strctt.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IM THE
WRITING UP AND ADJfJSIINO OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and olhers. AUo, tho
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
REN I'S OF HOUSES, Ac. Octobor 1
T Y. WESTERVELT & CO.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
No. 29 BROAD-STREET,
CHABLE8T0N, S. C.
BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, LEASE REAL ES?
TATE in any Biction of the South.
J95S? Negotiate Loans, Collect Rents, Av., Ac.
October 13 3mos
J Y. WESTERVELT,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT.
83~ Prompt attention givon to COLLECTION CF
BENTS, OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS, 4c.
82~ Office No 29 BROAD-STREET, Charleston,
8. C. Imo October 13
BROKER, A UCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONi'S, SE
CURI?IES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. 27 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. 1IAGBATH, Esq.,
Gencrnl JAMES CONNER, T. lt. WARING, Esq..
GRANGE SIMO N S ,
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
Office in Planters' and Mechanics' Ba nk
Building, Eust Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 38 MONTAGUE-STREET.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO ll A. M., AND 4,'i TO
5}j O'CLOCK P. M.,
But will cill at Oflicos or Pi iv ita Residences when
desired, if infirmed by note or otherwise.
Special attention will be given to the collection of
RENTS, Bil LS A Nu OUTSTANDING CLAIMS.
September 2S Imo
VTOKTII, STEELE & WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS lil
STATIONERY,PERFUMERY, - CILERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS,
WHUE GOODS, EMBROIDERY, ?c., Ac,
No. 107 Meeting-street,
CHARL ESTON', S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jn. New York.
Septcu-ber 15 3mos
E O . H . II O P V O C K,
F ACTO R
Churlestou, S. C.
P. GADSDEN H ASE LL. Oraos September 21
yyiLLis ?K ciusoLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE. SALE AND
SHIPMENT ?to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
' ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, !>. C.
E.WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
Lessco and Manager.JOHN TEMPLETON.
THE FAVORITE RESORT.
GR KAT SUCCESS OF IHK FAVORITES.
SELECT ATTRACTIONS AND CHEAP ADMIS?
REPEAT, BY REQUEST, OF ALICE VANE'S
MONDA Y EVENING, October 19, 1868,
Last chance to see the great Ave act Play of
FANCHON, THE CRICKET,
With all its beauties.
Good order always observed. New Plays every
night. See tho liberal admission.
orchestra t hairs and Parquctto Centre al ways re?
served for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Gcntleniou (arm chairs reserved) SI: Ladies (arm
chuirs reserved), 50 cents; Parquctto (sido ai-lcs), 75
cents; back scats, 50 cents; boys and children, 25
cents; colored scats, 50 ceats.
jttr?fDoors op.-n nt half-past Seven o'clock; com?
mence at Eight o'clock.
Performance will bo over at ten or half-past ten
o'clock for street cars Lu attendance.
This Evening, at the Turn HnU, King,
Commencing at Eight o'clock.
There wUl bc a THE VTRICAL PERFORMANCE,
to concludo with DANCING.
October 19 1
EDGERTON & RICHARDS,
HR *iPERS A!VD MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
THE PROPRIETORS O-'' TUTS ESTABLISH?
MENT, Instituiod as far back as 1825, announce
that they ara in receiot of a full assortment of
FRENCH and ENGLISH COATINGS, CAsSIMEltES
BLACK and BROWN BEAVER CLOTHS
BLACK ZEPHYR and TF.iCOT CLOTHS
BLUE and PEACH BLOSSOM CHINCHILLA
BLACK and BLUE ."LAIN FRENCH.
These Goods will be vory fashionable this fall, and
are well adapted to Ladies, as WALKINO CLOAKS
and MANTILLAS. They will bc ?o!d by this Hons?
by the yard, at a lower price than can be bought
in this city. Thia doo stoctt, in addition, consists
Fancy Colored COATINGS and CASSIMERES, for
FRENCH BLICK DOESKINS and FANCY CASSI?
ERAB and MIXED ENGLISH CORDUROYS
RICH SILK VELVETS, CASSIM ERE i and SILK
These Goods, which aro of thc Hoest quality, thc
firm will dispose ol by tho yard, or the/ will be
made up to order at prices considerably lower tuan
market value, t all in ut
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
pri) (Bonus, (Etc.
T R ?T U S S ?Si V A N <TF. ,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ABE NOW Rr.CEFVING A NEW, F?LL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS. FOREIGN DUY GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to tho Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices ts respectfully solicited. All or Jira punc?
tually filled. An agent in New York will furnish sup?
plies of Nuw Goods by every steamer.
HEAP DRY GOODS.' CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED. HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, bj ?rerv atearuer, large invoices ot
the CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
offered In 'his market. City rs well as country buy?
ers can save from fifteen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods troui tho above firm.
A lot of Dress Goods, from 20 to 25 cents per yard
Best Iri-h Poplin-, from 'JO to 50 cents per yard
Calicoes, at lu, 12}, ?nd 15 cent." per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from SI 25 up
8-4 White Table Damask, only SI per yard
Browu Llucu Damask, ouly GI cents per jard
Worsted Table Cloths, from $1 2b up
Linon Towels, from 15 cents up
A large assortment of White and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blanket?, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will bc sold from $3 up
Colored Q.iilts. from SI 75 to S2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-1,11-1,12-1, from $2 50
Ladies'English Hese, without scans, from 3" to 50
Jeans, from 20 tn 25 cents (best)
Sali .ct?, from CO lo 75 cent:
A la:g? qanti'.y ol thc latest stvlc of Cussirnercs, from
SI to SI 50
Ladles' Black Broadcloth, from S2 to $3 50
A \arioty of Shaw s, at W, $2 50, S3, S3 50. SI, and ?5
Bro.VD and White Shirline, at 10. li?? aud 15 cculs
AISJ, linc bruuehes cf White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gem's Under? oar at different prices
German Hose, from 10 cents up
Gt ut'J Socks, from 1U up to 50 cents
The nest French Cor.-eti, f.oiu 75 c cnts tc SI
The latest si vic of Felt a ul straw Hats
Trimmings, iluttous, Ribbons, ?c., at thc lowest cash
USg-Kcraeniher the CHEAP STORE, et the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE ALuO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that we have built an addition to
our Store, exclusively for HOOTS, SHOE-, HATS,
TRUNKS, Ac, which will be sold a: the lowest cash
Call and examine our Stock.
?S- ENTRANCE IN CALH O UN-STREET.
FUR'HGilTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KING-STREET.
September 21 3mo
ESALAs. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
. i.ruuch ol the Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respec fully invite the, attention
of dealers and smokers to his very largo stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGABS, ot P11 grades
and .?zea, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to be us represented.
Sample box?s seut to the country and order.- ex?
ecuted by Exyress, C O. D., or 30 days' dry accep?
RO. HS EAST B "i Y-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 24 mwiCmo
JT_JERR1NG'S PATENT SAFE
STANDING DESK, LETTER PRESS
TABLE, SHOW CASE
CLOTHING TABLE'S, STOVES, fcc., fcc.
M AC CL. Ii AR, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. 270 King, corner of Uasel-strect,
October 15 C Charleston.
MILL POND OYSTERS,
PLAN t ED. NUR TUR FD AND FED BY THC
Caiiiioiifctoro' Company, universally acknowl?
edged by jadees to be the finest flavored OYSIERS
in tito world-fat tlicmsclve'i nud most fattening
nourishment, mpcrior to Norfolk and New York
bivalves in delicacy, sweetness and relish.
To be had in quantity or at retail, by the barrul,
bushel or peek hi the shell, and by the gallon, quart
or pint opened, at the WES i' KND OF BEE-SI REE I*.
October 0 JOHN S. SCHMIDT, Ageut.
?rorertra an? ^Hififflluncoca.
' FISH BOES ! FISH E'iBS??S
SHAD AND MILLET EUES, FOR PALE CHEAP
at MES. C. D. KENRICK'?,
October 10 2 No. 83 Market-etreet.
JUST RECEIVED, A FINE LOT OF THE ABOVE
GRAPE", wblch will be sold at the following
prices: by the box, containing \)i pounds, 90 cents;
single pt, md, 25 cents.
Mus. C. D. KEN KICK,
No. 83 Marktt stictt, southside.
ENGLISH DAIRY CiiEtiSE.
17 f\ BOXESENGLI6HDAIRYCHEvSK, LAND
1 \J LNG and for sale by
Octonorl9 1 HENRY CO BIA i CO.
HJRN AMD i ACON.
HODS. CHOICE WESTERN SHOULDERS
Sacks Prime Tennessee Corn.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER,
October 19 mw2 No. 72 East Bay.
SUGAR-CURED HAMS, CLEAR
RIBBED SIDES AND FLOUR.
I r BARRELS SUGAR-CURED HAMS, WAB
JLO RANTED sound, of small size, w.R be Kid
at 17 cent? to close sales
4 hbes. Clear Ribbed sides
50 barrels Tenncss' e Supe: flue Flour
65 barre s Extra Flour, Kennedy's Mills, for Ba?
ker's use, rccolved on consignment, and lor
sale by J. N. LOBSON,
Nos. 1 and .>. Atlantic Wharf.
50 tons Al PERUVIAN GUANO.
October 19 d*c 1
COAL ! COAL!COAL !
TONS OF THE VERY BEST RED ASH
COAL, egg and stove size. Land ng this day
per sehr. Wut B. Mann, from Philadelphia, and for
sale by " bUDD & ULAKE.
A i-w t/.ns of superior SOFT COAL in yard, which
will be sold at reduced figures to c ose consignment
25 tons Smiths' Coal, lor sale very cheap.
October 19 2
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THE HIGHLY SATISFACTORY AND REMARKA?
BLE effects of this Guano in producing very
laraely increased crops of COTTON, CURN and
other STAPLE CROPS has attrated the general at?
tention of planters and taim?is.
Im order to confirm public confidence in the con?
tinued excellence of this Guano, and avail of the best
scientific ability in the prosecution of this important
business, the PACltIC GUANO CoMPANl has con
sumatcd a professional engagement with Dr. ST.
JULIEN RAVENEL, ot Char esto?:, S. c.. as scieu?
flc adviser and -onsultirg chemist to the Company.
Dr. RAVENEL is conversant wiih tho composition
and qualities ol thc Guano, a? well as with the char
acler, policy and unusual resourcc-<oi' the PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY', and will communicate full in?
formation ou tbo*e poluta to planters who may
call on him, or address him by letter at Charleston,
S. C. JOHN S. REl-.SE fe CO..
General Agent? Pacific Guauo company.
J. N. ROBSO.N,
Agent tor South Carolina,
October 19 CAC Ch ?rleston. S. C.
STRIPS, PJG HA?1S, BUTTER
r BOXES SUGAR-CURED NLW YORK STRIPS
e_) 10 barrels Sugar-Cured New York Strips
10 barrels sugar-Cured Pig Hams
30 tubs Chole Butter
30 tubs Good Buttor
50 tur,s Extra Lard.
Landing por steamer James Adccr, and for sale by
LAUKLY* & AL-. X NDER.
October 17 _2
I C\f\f\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, LARGE
L?j\J\f and in fine order, landing from Brid-h
brie Cardigan. For sale by
October li wlm3 RAVENEL & CO.
GRAIN, FLOUR, Ti AY, &c.
1 A AAA BUSHELS IENNESSEE CORN
?UoU\Jv/ 2U00 bushels Baltimore Grinding
600 bushels Tennen:ec Oats
1000 bushels Cow Peas
600 bales Primo North River Hay
150 t bis. 1 xtra Flour-Northeru
50U sacks Family and Extra Flour-"Campsen
Peed Rye. Oats and Wheat.
All of which will be sold low.
October 12 miha>v JNO. CAMPS EN & CO.
NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT,
FLOUR AND CHEESE.
BTRDSALL BROS.' BEST NEW HULLED BUCK?
HIRAM SMI IB,'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR
CLAUSSEN MILLS FAMILY FLUUR, in quar?
ter, half and whole sacks
EID IM and
SA? SAGO CHEESE.
A fuU supply of tho abo* ? just rccci vod at the]
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY SIORE,
Southwest corner Moetiug and darke: streets.
Goods de?verod free. October 15
WESTERN HULK <<ACON.
HHDS. CLEAR RI H SIDEs, DRY SALTED
5 hhds. Clear Sides, smoked
10 h ads. Shoulders, smokod.
Just received, and for sale by
October 1 E.?st Bay.
LIQUORS ! LIQUORS!
GREAT REDUCTION JCS I' HAUE.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENT WITH SOME
Of tho best importing houses of Now York
and Philadelphia, we are now enal-led to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy. Port. M;uleira, Sherry
and Claret Wines, I'urc Rolland Oin, London Porter
.md Scotch Ale. Stouton's Bitters, fee., ut f,r -atiy re?
Par;ios in wauf of any of the above afieles, would
do well tu nive us a call bef ore purchasing elsewhere.
Qui k Sales and SmaU Profits is our muito
BYJ-Ni: A- FOO ARTY,
No. 452 King-street, corner John-street,
Charle ton, S. C.
OLD KEN1UCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal?
Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gallon.2 25
Superior Mouongahe'a Rye Whiskey, per gal... .2 50
Ci.oice Old Monongahela Eve Wuiskev, X.2 80
Choice Oi l Monongahela Rye Whiskey. XX.3 00
i hoice Old M.moiigaheU Rye Whiskey. XXX... .3 25
Old Nect.r.4 00
Pure Hol'aud Ula.4 Od
Fiue Old Burgundy Port W;ne.3 00
Fine I Id Madeira Wine.3 00
Fine Old sherry Wiue.3 00
Stoutou's ritters, per bottle. 75
London Porter, warranted, per doten bottles.... 3 00
English and .-.eoteh Ale, per dozen bott!? s.3 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.6 00
1 ort Wine, per dozen bottles.7 30
Madeira Wine, pei dozen bottles.7 50
Sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Whiskey, per dozen bottles.0 to 12.
Gin, per dozen bottles.12 00
A diict uut of ten per cont, nhl ?JO allowed on all
bills ol S50. Imo October 6
H. & H. W. CATHEKWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
31 O N O N G A II ELA WHISKEYS.
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUlt PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEY-) to our tonner numerous customers at the
south, wc have appointed Mo-srs. H. OERDISA
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade st prices wried ?ill en?
H. fe H. W. CATHEKWOOD.
H. & ll. W. CATHER WOUD*S
EXTRA FINE, PUKE OLD
ff r\ BBL*. OFTIIE ABOV FAVORITE WHIS
OU KEYS, cousis: i tig ot X XX XXX. XXXX.
and NECTAR an! . ABLNEC URANO?, ami also of
Now lauding, and for sale low by
H. GEBDT.s & CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 193 East Bay.
SOUTHWEST CORNER MEETING AND
* N EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
iL selected supply of tho NKCK->s VRIES OF
LIEE, and also the luxates-WINE-, LIQUORS,
etc.-wiU at all times be lound at the above Store,
established under the au?pi cot th-- ILMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE \-soi:l.VI'tON," arjcl
which wiil eoutiuue and extend th : advantages it
already offer* to the pubhV Fros i arri vain and
bargains will bc regularly reported, and every faeili
tv afforded patrons.
The "object" ol the Association is, as set forth in
?ts charter,-To tarnish morah tl an I tue public
with Uic necessaries of fifo ot UOJ I q laUty, modal te?
rato?!, and at lowest market rat-.-*, r.u.l from the
profits ot such sales to accumulate capital for its
Copies of t^e Constitution and By*Laws can be
found at the ht ire ut the Association, and all in?
quines ie^urdin;; the practical working ot the euler
prise will he most cheerfully an l promoily satisfied.
W. H. WELOrl. Sn; onutendeut.
J. N. WIGFALU Assistant.