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' - Cotton in New York 25ia2d4: Bales 1200
-Cotton in Liverpool furn; sales 12,000 baleB.
No; quotations received.
- The latest house-famishing vanity is
golden keys in rosewood doors.
-New York had twenty-six "fiist-class" wed?
dings last week.
-?ra. Polk, widow of the late General and
? Bishop Polk, has oponed a girls' school in New
-The family of the late Nathaniel Haw
" thorne are shout to sail for Germany to take
.np then* residence there.
-A counterfeit fifty cent note manufactory
has been broken up in New York, and about
$1500 in s-varions money c&ptored.
-A blind child of three years plays the pi?
rado in Baltimore in a skilful manner, using its
, ^elbows as well os its hands.
-8ome of tho Georgia negroes refuse to pay
any tax until tho Legislature retracts ita action
in expelling the colored members.
-Two weekly papers, wholly conducted by
ladies, were started at Chicago last week. One
of them is devoted to legal intelligence.
-The voters of the Fifth New York Congres
?ional DLstiict have a variety to choose from
Horace Greeley, John Morrissey and Goorgo
-An '-iron jail" has been mado in New York
for a county iu Missouri. It contains three
oeliB, and is fifteen feet square by seven and a
-A man made money at a Now England fair,
by letting people raise him by tho ears at
twenty-five cents premium for success and ten
cents tine for failnro.
-Nine of the English cricketers will play
base bail against the celebrated ex-champion
Union nine at New York, on Tuesday next,
After which the cricketers leave for England.
-The Governors of all the States are urged
to select the day designated by the President
November 26-as the day for thanksgiving this
fall. The Governor of Massachusetts has al?
ready dons so.
-A sailor having saved one of tho Chinese
ambassadors from drowning in the Niagara
River, he was sent by the diplomat a letter in
Chinese and a ten dollar greenback. He thinks
less Chinese and more cash would have been
-: -A New York showman who exhibited a
? -"headless rooster," has been convicted of cru?
elty to animals. It appears that he cut off the
bird's bill and tied its head under its wing so
that it could not be seen. The tortured bird
.struggled, and was exhibited to a gaping
.crowd as a "freak of nature."
-John B. Gough stated in his lecture on
'"Eloquence and Orators," that although he
had spoken nearly six hundred times in Boston
and New York, before upward of half a million
people, he had never been able to overcome A
temporary feeling of nervousness and want of
confidence on being introduced to bis audience.
Wendell Phillips states that he is similarly af?
fected on such occasions.
-An Iron-Jaw man, for so he is called, ar?
rived in New York during the past week from
' Europe. He is pronounced one of the strong?
est men ever seen. While holding by his legs
to a trapeze bar in the air, he lifta a horse from
the ground by his teeth, as well as performing
many other wonderful feats of strength. He
should compete with the great Native Ameri?
can Pie Biter.
-Thirty-two years ago two journeymen
printers started the New York Sun, writing
and sett mc np their own editorials. They is?
sued eoven hundred copies daily, which they
sold to the newsboys at sixty-two and a halt
cents a hundred, and the boys resold them at
one cent each. They worked off the edition
with their own hands on an old Ramage press.
Aa the circulation increased they bought a Na?
pier press, and finally a steam r ross. Ono of
the partners sold out his share for ten thou?
sand dollars, and became a lawyer and a mem?
ber of Congress in* the West. Penny papers
soon became a power in the land, and their cir?
culation immense. In some of our cities they
have built palaces for themselves, and made
millionaires of their proprietors.
-The New Orleans Picayune says : M Mr, E.
A. Pollard, who, while professing to bs friendly
to the "Lost Cause," did more, through his
newspaper vanity and self-sufficiency in persis?
tent revelations of its weaknesses, than any
other mao, unless Henry S. Foote and Joe
Brown, of Georgia, to break down the Confede?
rate effort at independence, proposes to write
the life of Jefferson Davis, whom ho hated and
yet hat:B because the latter would not let him
bo a spy upon his movements and councils.
His ohief object is, of course, to make money,
though his malignity is also to be gratitiod in
iL It will be a libel and a lie from beginning
to end, with only enough truth in it to hang
it together. We trust that no Southern man
will invest a cent in it, and that evory Northern
man who has a soul, however radical his dis?
like of Davis' political course and of the South?
ern cause, will turn from it with loathing. AU
men despise a traitor and a spy."
-A New York correspondent writes : "There
is not all the harmony that could be desired in
the Episcopal Convention now in session here,
though there may be quite as much as the
Bishops expected. It was foreseen that the
-subject of Ritualism would come in and proba
bly make trouble, and it bis done so. A small
minority cf the convent-' a arc in favor of let
ting Ritualism alone, believing that the best
way to kill it is to take no notice of it; but the
majority are in favor of putting it down by the
strong hand of authority, and the no-notice
party fe likely to be overruled. Should the
proposition now before the convention, to pre?
scribe the form of service so exactly that
there shall bo no pretext for innovation, and
to proscribe everything introduced by thc
Ritualists, be adopted, as seems likely, it will
cause considerable dissatisfaction among the
supporters of tho new movement in New York.
It may be rather difficult, however, to check
Ritualism, for rt is both fashionable and pro?
gressive, and you know how hard it is to stop
?he march t>f either fashion or progress. An?
other question that threatens to make trouble
is that of pioriding against such offences as
that whioh gave young Dr. Tyng so much
prominenca six months aso. The strict disci
phnarians are in favor of emphatically prohib?
iting a repetition of Tyng's offence, but there
is quito a number of active miuistors and in?
fluential laymen who think Tyng's assertion of
independence was no offenco at all, and that
tho limits of freedom should bo widened rather
than narrowed. There has been just enough
acrimony in the discussion thus far to show
that even the time-honored Episcopal Church
ia not entirely free from tho spirit of disin?
tegration that has lately shown itself in moEt
of our religious bodies."
- V New York letter, of the 15th inst., says :
"The most active part of the season for the
wholesale trade is now past, and I am told that
except in the line of dry goods it has not turn?
ed out as well as it premised a month ago.
But it hasTTeen quite as good as the majority
of business men expected, and perhaps a little
better. Early in September there was a great
influx of Western men, and dealers then
thought the season would be unusually
active. But the West did not purchase
so largely as the presence of so many buyers
indicated that she would; heneo there is Borne
disappointment. Tho men who calculated on
a rather quiet season in consequence of the po?
litical excitement, aro not disappointed at all,
for some of them have done even better than
they anticipated. The larger houses have done
best, even in proportion to their larger capital
and their heavy expenses. The ttndency of
trade, both wholesale and rotail, in New York,
for several years, has been to centralization.
The big fish drive the little fish in shore,
whoro thoyhavo a hard time to subsist. But
this tendency is natural, and no sensible man
will quarrel with it. lhe time appears to be
gone by when a man could start low down and
push up to tho top.? though there still are
plenty of chances for industry and tact to work
their way to success."
TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20,1868.
For President.HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For Vicc-Prtsident.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
Never Give Up Ute Ship.
The Baltimore Sun mentions a statement
made by a gentleman from Alabama, that
great numbers of the more respectable peo?
ple in the Southern States intend to move
into the Northern Statt s in the event of the
election of General GRANT, for the reason
that, if the Republicans are successful, it
will be utterly impossible for them to live
in the States in which they now reside.
We see but little wisdom in this immigra?
tion of Southern people to the North or
West. When they have sold their property,
or given it away, and have paid the cost of
removal, they have lost or spent as much as
it would have cost them to live for many
months at home. They break up all old
associations, they give up all their friends,
and for what? That they may find a place
where, by working hard, and living frugal?
ly, they may support themselves and their
families. Such a place they have in South
Carolina. They have it in their own dis?
trict. They have it where they are now
living, without sacrificing anything that
they hold dear, and without the expense of
one mile of travel. But they must be ready
to take things as they come, and not be
over-particular. A Southerner who goes
to New Yo-k or St. Louis, and cannot find
employment as an artist or a clerk, will go
to work as a day laborer, and will be will?
ing to accept any occupation which will
give him bread to eat. He will be careful
not to spend a cent in waste. He will be
chary of even the mildest dissipation. He
will work without tiring; and if he makes
money, the merit will be in the work and
frugality, not ia the fact of living in Mis?
souri or New York instead of South Caroli?
na. Let our people but work here as they
would be compelled to live and work there,
and we shall hear no more of the new South
Nor do we believe that any political
event can make the State unendurable.
There is no curse upon u?: no blight upon
the land. The sun will shine, the rains
will fall, the rivers will run, the grain will
ripen, the fields will grow white with cot?
ton-whoever be President or King. No
mere political trouble can keep this country
down. We do not fear the negro, because
we are white men, and we know that,
although every freedman had as many votes
as could be stuck upon a bayonet, the intel?
ligence and influence of thc white race
would soon rule the St a tr. There is no
reason for discouragement but our own
faint-heartedness. We have met and over?
come troubles that once seemed far greater
than those which now threaten us. We
shall overcome the new danger as we over?
came the old; but we must keep steadily be?
fore our eyes the necessity of working hard
and of being stout of heart. This people will
never give up the ship; nor will they run
it upon the breakers and go d3wn in the
general ruin. They will prefer to hold
steadily the helm, and steer the good craft
iato the haven of success.
The Murder of B. F. Randolph.
We have no doubt that Randolph, thc col?
ored senator from Orangeburg, had done
much to cause irritation and excitement,
but under no circumstances will public sen?
timent justify deliberate, cold-blooded mur?
der. We have but one law for the white man
and for the negro. The protection secured
to thc one must be guaranteed to the other;
aud our people have been so consistent in
their impartial treatment of the colored
race, that the murder of Randolph must
meet with general reprobation.
It will not bo forgotten that a resort to
violence on the part of the whites would
provoke similar coaduct oa the part of the
blacks; so that lynch law, in encouraging
lawlessness and violence, leaves the lives of
both white men and colored men at the
mercy of the mob, or exposed to the bullet
of the rowdy or assassin.
We live in dangerous times, and can have
no peace unless the people are convinced
that the law will punish and protect all
classes alike, without fear or favor. For
thiB reason we hope that prompt steps will
be faken for the apprehension of the men
who murdered Randolph; and we urge our
people to exert themselves without ceasing
;o maintain the supremacy of law, and se
cure the amplest protection to every man
in the State, whatever his color, class or
FREE SPEECH and a free press are cardi?
nal principles of the political faith upheld
by THE NEWS. We have at no time sought
to stifle fair and temperate discussion of the
issues in which the welfare of our State and
country is so deeply involved, and in to?
day's paper we cheerfully accord the desired
hearing to a correspondent who calls him?
self "a modente Republican." The tem?
per and spirit of his communication, it must
be admitted, fully sustain his professions of
moderation; and if the same temper and the
same spirit had marked the utterances of
the- Republican leaders in South Carolina
from the beginning, much of the bitterness
of feeling tb?, now exists here might have
been avoided. Even now, we are free to
say, the earnest efforts of moderate men of
all parties, looking to the maintenance of
good order and the public peace, will be of |
the utmost importance. Suoh a course, far
from compromising any political principle,
can only tend to strengthen, in the future,
the party that may adopt it.
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NEAR MOBILE, ALABAMA.
This Literary Institution, incorporated by the
State of Alabama, and empowered to conler all the
Academical Honor?, is conducted by tho Fathers of
the Society of Jesus.
The site of the College, on risiug ground, one hun?
dred and fl ty feet above the level ot the sea, is equal
ly healthy and ?gre abli>.
Pupils ot every religious denomination are admit- ,
ted, provided t- at, with a view tu order and unifor- i
mity, they are willing to attend tho exerci-o? ot'the
The plau of instruction embrace: Greek, Latin, I
English, French, Poetry, Rhetoric. History, Geo- i
granby. Mathematics, Astronomy, Natura, uni Men?
tal Philosophy, with the adcitiou of Book-keepiug,
and the usual commercial branches.
Spanish and Gorman arc taught at the option of
parents cr guardians, without extra charge.
The age of admission is from nine to fifteen. No
one is received who doe?i not kuow how to read and
The n xt session will opon on the 27th October,
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297 KING-STREET. October 12
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YOUNG LADIES OU Monday, October 5, ut No 58
Instruction giveu in the French and Oerman Lan?
guages by the best Prou-ssors.
September 21 Imo
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in Council Chamber.
By order. W. H. SMITH,
October 20 1 Clerk of Council.
UNION CHAP TEH, No. 3. R. A. M.
THE MONTHLY CONVOCATION WILL BE HELD
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at Seven o'clock.
Compan'ous and Candidates for Degrees will at?
By order of M. E. H. P.
October 20 1 PHILIP AUSTIN. Secretary.
WORKING COMM ITTER, WARD 3.
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Clubroom, Spriug-stroet, near Rutledge avenue, Thit
(Tuesday) Evening, at Seven o'clock. A general at?
tendance is earnestly requested.
By order ol thc Chairman.
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September 2tf Imo
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WILT. ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT ito Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
Lessee and Manager..Joss TETHPLETON.
THE FAVORITE RESORT.
THE GREAT SUCCESSES.
SELECT ATTRACTIONS-CHEAP ADMISSION.
ALL THE FAVORITES,
And all tbc werk os a part of thc performance,
Wedding Cake and Wedding Ringa
To tho Lidies.
A TIN CUP TO THE UGLIEST MAN I
TUESDAY EVENING, October 20, 1868,
John Brougham's greit Musical Extravaganza,
TAMING THE SHREW!
Good order always observed. New Plays every
night. See ibo liberal admission.
orchestra chairs sud Parquette Centre always re?
served for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Gentlemen (arm chairs reserved; $1 ; Ladies (arm
chairs reserved), 50 cents; Parquette (side ai-lcs), 75
cents; bock scats, 50 cents; boys and childrou, 25
cents; colored seats, 50 cents.
j(?-Doors op:U at fcalf-past Seven o'clock; com?
mence ot Ei^ht o'clock.
Performance will be over at ten or half-past ten
o'clock for street cars in attendance.
BEST IN THE WORLD!
On Citadel Square, Charleston.
THREE DAYS ONLY!
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
October HO, 30 and 3'.
fi Rt I'S MO ??IE!
Forming a GraudStccL Enterprire, consolidating
Thc mammoth ZOOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT, in?
cluding ornithological si lections of thc most beauti?
ful specimens of Foreign Hirds, forming tue most
extensive collection ot WILL) ANIMALS iu this
country or ruropo, suppo-.L-d by thc largest COM?
PANY OF EQUESTRIANS in thc world, numbering
150 MEN AND JijO HORSES,
FIVE LADY EQUESTRIENNES
TUREE POPULAR CLOWNS,
Enabling thc management to produce
STARTLING ACTS OF HORSEMANSHIP,
DARING GYMNASTIC EXERCISES,
SPECTACLES OF ORIEN?
With tho most dazzling splendor. Just added
TWO DOUBLE HUMPED BACTRIA* CAM?
ELS, also, thc- VALPL'S, from Tarran-, ?md
\YHIIE POLAR DEAR.
Prominent among thc attractive to'eut of tho arena
arc such art'stcs as Mir-s CORDILLA, thc Champion
Fcma'c Rider ol thc AVorld; M'llc FRANCES, Mad?
ame MARGA REI', Madamo GER FBU DE, Mr. JOHN
WILSON, Mr. JOH S ROBINSON, Mr. .1. MCDON?
OUGH. Mr. GEORGE SLOMAN, W. H. ASUION on I
SONS, Mr. G N. ROBINSON, Sig. ADOLPH BRAN
DISI, Mr. JOHN I.OWLOW, the American Humorist
?nd Po?to Loci Clown ; Mr. I BANK ROblNsON,
Clown par excellence and Modern GiimalJi; Mr,
ARCHIE CAMPBELL, timc-boi-orcd dispenser cf
Wit and Humor; the Nonpareil LEWIS; Mr. LEWIs
NOTICE-First appearance in America in two
G. M. KELLEY,
Thc Champion Leaper of the World.
Gi and Gratuitous Exhibition !
A Gorgeous Ancient Pageant-The Grand Chariot
of Mars, Oberon and Achilles; Living Lions in epen
lieu? of Gold and Bronze; Knight* and Gladiators.
in nrmor of Ancient Romans, as escort to the glitter?
ing and costly Oriental Equipages. This grand and
imposing Profession will Dc precoded Ly the Chariot
of Ob*rou, containing
TIIOS. CAN HAM'S
Operatic Silver and String Orchestra,
Of Twenty First-class Musicians.
Admission-75 cents; Children 50 cents.
Two Performances- at ii and 7 o'clock,
P. M., dally.
Thc Pr.cession will cn'cr the city af 10 o'clock.
W. W. DURAND,
October 21 tutu 5 BU-INESS MANAGER.
OFFICE CHIEF OK DETECTIVES"
CHARLESTON, s. C., October 19, 1SCS -Re?
covered and brought t> this office, a quantity i
Malo ami Female i tothill?, Bcd Clothes, labio
Cloths, Crockery, Knives, turks, kc. Partios losing
the same will pfcx-e rall, prove property aud pay ex?
pel ses. Thc above is supposed to bc iirtickl stolen
at the recetit robberies.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Licu'cuant and Chief of Detectives.
October 19 a
?TOTICE TO CERTAIN TAX-PA Y10 lt S.
N AMENDMhNiS TO THE CITY TAX BILL
FOR 18CS.-OFFICE CLERK OF Ct U X CIL ,
CHARLESTON. October 7, isca.- Thc following amen
dotory Ordinan-c to th. Ordinance to rai.'c supplies
for the yearlies, is hereby published for the infor?
mation of all persons concerned. Especial attention
is invited to paragraph which taxes all sales ot
cotton on pcsoual account, or account ot other.-",
payable monthly; also, to that purl ot tho Ordinance
whit h follows after paragraph "29," which levies a
tax ou every hundred dollars ot all freight and pas
senger lists of all steamers or railing vessels, icc.
The Ordinance was ratified on the 2Jtb S'eptc li?
ber, 1808. W. U. SMITH,
Clerk ot CouoriL
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-CITY OF CHARLESTON.
AN OitniNANCE to change and modify an ordinance
"Io raise r applies for the city for thc year IStiS,
and tor other purpose-."
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen lu
Council assembled, That the said ordinance shall bc
amended so as to read as follows, to wi*!
Paragraph 2 ol' iv t-tion 1-Fifty cents oa every hun
d cd dellars of all sales- o' goods, ware* or ?nerchan
iiis.- (except cotton) on persona! account, or on ac
cottut of others; and twenty-five cents un every hun?
dred do.la:-.- of .ill SJICS ol cotton on personil ac?
count, or account Of Others, payable momble.
Paragraph 5 of Section l-f ?tty co;i?s on every hun?
dred dollars ot all sales at anctiou, payable monthly.
Paragraph '.'I of Section 1-Fifty ct-uts un every
hundred dollars of thc gross receipts ol' hotels or
public eating or boarding houses, payable monthly.
Paragraph 22 ot Section 1-Fifty couts on every
huudrtd dolloru of ail receipts of livery stable keep?
ers, payable in ulhl.v.
Paragraph 21 ol Section I-Fifty couts ou every
hundred dollars ol the gross receipts of all print?
ing offices, newspapers nud publishing houses, pay?
Paragrarb 20 of Sectiou 1-Fifty cents on every
hundred dollars ol all sales of horsos aud mules
brought to thc cry, payable monthly.
Paragraph 20 of Section 1-Fifty cents on every
hundred dollars Of gross receipts ol all ta?ern keep
pet K aud liquor dealers, payable monthly.
One dollar ou eve: y hundred dollar? of all freight '
and passenger lists of all steamers or sailing vessels,
paid or payable in this city. The same payable
monthly, the consignee or agent ot said vessels to b !
held liable ror the payment of the same into thc
hands ot too City Treasurer.
'Ibis ordinance shall lake effect ou and after ratifi?
Ratified i-a City Council this 20th day of September,
in thc year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and .-ixty-tiyhL
[L. S.1 G. W. CLARK, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
?TOTICE TU PILOTS.-CITY THEA
S. SDUY. 1st Octooer, 1803 -All Licenses that
have expired can be renewed on the recommenda?
tion ot .'bc Chairman of the Board of Commissioners
directed :o the Ma vor, on application at tbis office
thia mouth. 5. THOMAS,
October 1 City Treasurer.
COUPONS! COUPONS !
BLUE RED 3E RAILROAD COUPONS
Northeastern Railroad Coupons
City of Savannah Coupons
Memphis and Charleston Coupons
Bank Bills of all kinds wanto 1, and highest price
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
October 20 2 No. 8 Broad-street.
BONDS AND STOCKS WANTED.
GREENVILLE RAILROAD BONDS, ENDORSED
Charleston and havannah Railroad Bonds, endors?
ed by State
City Charleston Stock
State Bonds and Stock ?old and newi
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.
Appiv to n. a. DELEON,
October 20_1_No. 24 Broad-street.
CIT? STOCK ! CITY STOCK !
CITY OF CHARLES ION SIX PER CENT. STOCK
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS (Old
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD STOCK.
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
October 19_2_No. 8 Broad-street.
BILLS ON LONDON AT SHORT SIGHT, FOR
sale by ROBT. MURE i CO.
October 19_ 6
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
LbSESNE i WELLS, No. 10 Bread-street
October 2 Imo
HARDWARE AND SADDLER!
FOR SALE AT COST,
HAST?F, CALHOUN & CO,
No. 39 HAYNE-S1REET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING DECIDED TO CLOSE OUR PRESENT
business, we ch ill offer st ro*t prices, during
tua next few weeks, our ontiro stock ot
HARDWARE BUILDERS' HARDWARE
CUTLERY T?RPENTIN tTOOLS
GUNS IRON, ic.
Also, a large assortment of Saddlery, consisting in
SADDLERS' AND COACHMAKER3' HARDWARE
SHOE FINDING^, fcc.
Tfose goods are well assorted, in prime condition,
and were puichased by us for ca?h at lowe : valua?
tion. Some of them aro of our direct importation
ot manufacturo. Iho attention of country mer?
chants is especially called to this advertisement.
We ats J off-r for rent or loaso tho ?ne Iron Front
Four-3tory Brick store, No. 39 rJayne--treet, built
since the war, with tixturei include l. together with
the Two-?tory Warehouse No. 72 Matket-stree", in
rear of and connected with premises aforesaid.
HASTIE, CALHOUN & co.
Ortob?r20 3 fm2
HA KD WA HE.
IRESPECTFULLY INFORM MY FRIENDS AND
the put lie, that I hove commeuced tlie HARD
\\ ARK BUsINESi at No. 312 KING-STREET, and
hopo to merit a eharo of their patronage.
October 20 3 C. KERRISON, Jn.
jpn) (Sante, (Etc.
BAZAAR, WHOLESALE ANB BETAIL,
No. 3G3 King-street,
ONE DOOR SOUTH OF Gt ORGE.
IWOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM I HE 1 UR
LIC. particularly thc Jadirii, that I have return?
ed from New York after purchasing a stock which
comprises everything in the NOTION AND FANCY
BUSINESS, from a Tooth Pick to a Fancy Hat. I
am receiving ODD LOTS from Now York Auction
via every steamer, which I can seil lo.' less than halt
their original cost.
50 caBcs LADIES' AND CHILD EN'S NEW FALL
H ATS, comprising overy style un J quality, irom the
GreeHu Bend lo tho Central Purk. Price ir ni 20
cents to ?lty cent?.
Ladies studying their own interests wouMdowell
to visit THE BAZAAR at once-tbo ladies' favorite
store. tuthhC Oi-tober 20
T lt A U S S ?Si VANCE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS. FOREIGN DRY GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to thc Fall Trade. An examination of stock
sud prices is respectfully solicited. AU ordern punc?
tually tilled. An agcu; in New York will furnish sup?
plies of Nuw Goods by every steamer.
July 3U_ 3moj
JJ O S I E R Y, GLOVES,
FURNISHING GOODS, TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
JOHN S. FAIRLY ?Si CO.,
NO. 37 HAYN E-STREET,
BEG TO INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
city and country euseoniors, cud the trade generally,
to their complete mid attractive assortment ci the
ab.>ve mentioned Goods.
Our PURCHASING PU5TNER is constantly in the
NEW YORK MARKET, at d weare thereby enabled
to offer peculiar advantages toourcustomers in both
Styles aud Prices.
We would also invite an eximinavion ot
COLBY'S VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
TUE ONLY FA ULTLESH SKIRT M.I DE,
For which wc ute SOLE AOENTS iu this city.
QHE.VP DRY GOODS.' CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED, H A VE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, bf every steamer, large invoices of
the CH+EAP.EST FALL GuODS which have ever been
offered'in ?fis market. City as well as country buy?
ers gp cavo from fifteen to twenty-five per ceut. by
buying the:r Goods from the above firm.
A lot of Dress Goods, irom 20 to 25 cents ; er yard
Best tri-li Poplins, from 30 to 50 cents tier var i
Calicoes, at 1U, snd 15 eeuts per y ??ri (best:
Balmoral Skirt-, from il 25 up "
8-1 White Table Damask, only SI per ;.arJ
Brown Linen Diniask, only Guceuts per j ard
Worsted Table Cloths, fruin 51 25 up
LIHOU Towels, from 15 ceuts un
A large assortment ol Whi e and Colored Flannel* at
very low prices
800 pair o'f Blaukets. bought tw-Mty-?ve per cent, be?
low . osf, will be sold from S3 up
Colored Q.iilns. from Si 75 to S2
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4, 11-4, 12-4, from S2 50
Ladies' English Hese, without seams, troni 37 to 50
Jeans from 20 to 25 cents (best)
Satii.ets. from 50 to 75 cents
A larg.- qauti'y o? the latest stvle ol' Cassimeres, irom
SI to SI 50
Ladies' Biack Broadcloth, from $2 t'j ?3 SO
A variety ot Shaw.a, at $2, $2 50. S3, $3 50. il, and ?5
Browu and White Shirting, at 10. 12 ;3 and 15 cents
Also, flue brauches of White shirting a: very low
Ladies' and Gent's Underwear at different prices
Ge:mau Hose, from lo cents up
Gcut's Socks, from 10 up to .">0 cents
The best French Corsets, from 75 rents io $1
Hie latest S'ylc of Felt a id Straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttons, Ribbons, ie., at the lowest cash
pi ii es.
fi^-Remember th? CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE ALsO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that wc have built an addition to
our store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOE<. HATS,
TRUNKS, ic, which will be sold at the lowest ca.-h
Cull and examine our Slock.
JU3> ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-STREET.
FURCH GOTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KINO-STREET.
Septembe : 21 3mo
?rDferies anil ?isctU?mous.
CHOICE EASTERN HAT LAND
BALES SUPERIOR Q?ALITT. PER HARRIET
F. HUSSEY, will be sold on accommodating
tams. WILLIAM ROACH.
October IO 1
HAY ! HAT!
QA A BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY
OU \J f?r fla'e low from store, in lots to suit pur?
chaser?. JOHN CAMPSEN * CO.
October 20 2
HAT FOR SALE
AFINE LOT OF HAY (GROWN ON THE NECK),
tor sale in bulk. Will be sold cheap if applied
A No. 1 SPRINGER CO W for sale. Inquire at No.
G34 KING-STREET, above Line.
SUGAR, COFFEE, BLTTEB,
CHEESE, HICK, &C,
I jrrv BB LS. REFINEB SUGARS
LO l_f 10 hhds, choice Grocery Sugars
100 bags Rio, Laguayra and Java Cufie-'
130 bbl*, choice Flour
Bblg., halfbbls. and boxes Buckwheat Flour
CO Arkins choice Gosbcu Butter
50 boxes flue Factory Cheese
50 half chests Hyson and Black Teas
KO ke-s Nails
150 boxes Tomatoes
Tes. Carolina Rieft
Tes. and tubs Leaf Lard
Turkish Prunes, Currants, Raisins
Colman's English Mustard, Spices
Candles, Soap, Starch, Matches
Syrups, Oil, Papir, Brooms, kc,
For sale at lowest market prices, by
MULLER, NIMUZ k CO.,
October 20 tu tb 2 No. 181 East Bay.
FISH BOES! FISH BOES !
SHAD AND MOLLET BOES. FOR SALE CHEAP
at MRS C. D. KENRICK'S,
October 19_2_No. 83 Markot-street.
JUST RECEIVED, A Fi NE LOT OF THE ABOVE
GRAPES, which will bo sold at the tollo wing
prices: by the box, containing t# pounds, 90 cents;
singlo pound, 25 cents.
Mus. C. D. KENRICK.
No. 83 Market-street, south side.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THE HIGHLY SATISFACTORY AND REMARKA?
BLE effects of this Guano in producing very
largely increased crops of COTTON. CORN and
other STAPLE CROPS has atrrated the general at?
tention ot planters and farmers.
In order to continu public confidence in the con?
tinued excellence ot ti is Guano, and avail of the best
scientific ability in the prosecution of this important
business, the PACll-IC GUANO COMPANY has con
sumated a professional engagement with Dr. ST.
JULIEN RAVESEL, ot Chor'estou, S. C.. os scienti?
fic adviser and consult!' g chemist to the Company.
Dr. RAVENEL is conversant with the composition
and qualities ot the Guano, as well os with the char
actor, policy and unusual resources ot the PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY, and will communicate full in
lormation on tbe-o points to planters who may
call on him, or address him by lotter at Charleston,
S. C. JOHN S. REESE k CO.,
General Agenta Pacific Guano Company.
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
October 19 nie Cburleston. S. C.
DUNDEE BAGGING. &c.
QAi .A YARDS 1J? LBS. DUNDEE BAGGING
OU" 'U 100 bog? Rio, Lagmyra and Java Coffee
100 bl ls., hhds. and tierces Muscovado and common
IOU bbb. and hhds. Refined and Muscovado Sugars ]
100 obis. Flour
10 ) tacks Salt
200 boxes Soap and Candli s
50 chests Greon and black Toa
50 cases Oysters, Lobsters and Sardines in cans.
For sale low by CLAC IUS k WI TTE,
October 8 'thtuS No. 86 East Bay.
FRENCH AND CATAWBA
BRAN OY, <fc?.
BT A AND 10-8 CASKS FRENCH AND CATAWBA
10-1 casks Holland Gie and Scotch Whiskey
50 bbl?. Cabinet Nectar and other Whiskeys
10 Ibis. JatLoica and St. Croix Rum
50 quarter casks Madeira, Sherry, Port sud Malaga
100 cases Rhenish. Claret and Sautera Wines
50 cases Bitter?, Russ' and other kinds
50 cases champagne, inkpot ted and imitation
100 M. Cigars ot'diff -rcnt grados
Jud lbs. Durham Smoking Tobacco
50 boxes Chewing Tobacco
30 casks Bottled Ale and Tarter
?COi? Demijohns of every size
100 hamper* Wino Bottles.
For sale low by CT.ACIU-> A- WITTE,
October ihtuS No. 8C East Bay.
BOBNEO BAGGING !
1||A BALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
Xvi \J weight and width.
For rale by GEO. A. TREN HO I. M k SON.
October 3 6tuthl5
COAL ! COAL! COAL !
|QQ- TONS OF TBE VERY BEST RED ASH
?Ot) COAL, egg and stove size. Land ng this day
per sehr. Wm. B. Mann, from Philadelphia, and for
sale by BUDD k BLAKE.
A i?w tons of superior SOFT COAL in yard, which
will bc sold at reduced figures to c ose consignment
25 tons Smiths' Coal, for sale very cheap.
October 19 2
COAL ! COAL ?!
.JOHN S. HORLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that ho tas commenced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
sol'cits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3mo
WESTERN BULK BACON.
HHDS. CLEAR RID SIDE-?. DR? SALTED
?/U 5 hhds. Clear Sides, smoked
10 bads. Shoulders, smoked.
Just received, and for salo by
BERN ARL O'NEILL,
October 1_Fast Bay.
LIQUORS ! LIQUORS !
GREAT REDUCTION JUST MAIMS.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
of I Lc best importing houses of New York
and Philadelphia, we aro now enabled to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy. Port, Madeira, Sherry
aud Claret Wines, I'ure Holland Gin, London Porter
and Scotch .Ve, Stoutou's Bitters, Icc, at greatly re?
Par.?es lu want of any of the above articles, would
do well to give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Oui-k Sales and Small Prc fits is our mouo.
BYRNE k FOGARTY,
No. 432 King-s?reet, omer John-s:reet,
Charle i ton, S. C.
OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal
Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gallou.2 25
superior Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gal_2 50
C'loiee Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, X.2 SO
Choice Old Monongahela Rve Whiskey. XX.3 00
Choice Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, XXX_3 25
Old Nccttr.4 00
Pure Hol'aud Giu.4 00
Fine Old Burgandy Port Wine.3 UO
Fiue cid Madeira Wine.3 00
Fine Old Sherry Wine.3 Ol
Stoutou's bitters, per bottle. 75
Loudon Porter, warranted, per dozen bottles_3 00
Engl sh and scotch Ale, per dozen bottles.3 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.(J 00
Port Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Madeira Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Whiskey, per dozen bottles.6 to 12
Gin, per dozen bottles.12 00
A discount of ten per cent, will bo aQowjd on all
bills of 350. _lnio_October C
H. & H. Wr. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
M O X O N G A H E L A WHISKEYS.
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUR PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our loruicr numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Me-srs. H. GERD IS 4:
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are
ena bk d to supply tho trade st prices wuich will en?
H. k H. W. CATHERWOOD.
II. & H. YV. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
M O X O N G A H E L A WHISKEYS.
!rr\ BBLS. OF THE ABOV-". FAVORITE WHIS
OU KEYS, consisting Of X. XX. XXX XXXX.
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, an>l also Ol
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS 4 CO.,
September 4_2mos No. 195 East Bay.
MILL POND OYS HRS,
PLANTED, NURTURFD AND FED BY THE
Counonsboro' Company, universally acknowl?
edged bv judges to be the finest flavored OYS I ERS
in tho world-fat themselves and most fattening
nourishment, t-uperior to Norfolk and New York
Bivalve* in delicacy, sweetness and relish.
To be had in quantity or at retail, by the barrel,
bushel or perk in tho shell, and by tho gallon, quart
or pint opened, at the WEST END OF BEE-S1REEC.
October 6 JOHN S. SCHMIDT. Agent.