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.NEWS S UM M A KY.
-Cotton in New Yort 25a25?; sales 1400.
-Liverpool-cotton steady; no quotations.
-Mississippi has, in some sections, raised
. three crops of hay this year.
-The feeling in New York regarding the
proposed change of candidates is said tobe
_Despite the many unfavorable criticisms
on the Grecian bend, this new fashion appears
to boon the increase.
-It is stated that the tobacco crop in Vir?
ginia has been seriously injured by the late
-The Great Eastern steamer is now receiv?
ing on board the new telegraphic cable which
is tobe laid between Franco and America.
-The largest shipment of shoes ever made
;from Boston at this season of the year was
that of this week, amounting to thirty thou
. sand cases.
-The Massachusetts Homeopathic Medical
'Socioty declare against the use of butter,
which, they aver, "contains no element of food
required by the human system."
-The latest Fifth avenue novelty in New
York is a "female baiber shop;" that is a gentle?
men's hair dressing ? establishment conducted
by a lady with feminine assistants.
-The beautiful $3000 crown, manufactured
fox Edwin Booth, was worn by him for the first
timo in "Richard HT, in Boston on Saturday
-The Cincinnati Commercial of Saturday
estimates the Republican majority in Ohio at
17,211. Tho Commercial thinks that Governor
Baker's majority in Indiana will be about eight
-A cotton broker's association was organiz?
ed at No. 146 Pearl-street, New York, on Sat?
urday afternoon. President, John F. Hen
man; Vice-president, Waa. P. Wright; Treasu?
rer, G JO. Copeland; J. R. Dayton, Secretary.
- Jehu Al len, the famous "wickedest man'
in New York, was arrested last week, together
with his wife and some other women living in
the same place, to answer the charge of keep?
ing a disorderly house.
-It is now stated that the revolution in
Spain would have been a failure but for the
. defection of the navy. The Queen's Ministry
-cul down tho pay of the officers, and hence
their readiness to bring about a chango in the
-It is .stated that the cost of each slave res?
ined on the coast of Africa bj the English
feet has cost the government not less than a
quarter of a minion of dollars. Only nine per?
sons were rescued from slave-traders in three
years np to 1867.
-The question whether an "infant" can be
--a bankrupt was lately argued before an Eng?
lish, court; and last week judgment was de
lrtaied in the affirmative. His Honor held
'"that there was nothing in the act to prevent
; an infant from availing himself of the law of
bankruptcy, if he considered such a course
would be for his advantage.
-Public meetings are held in London at
-which Parliament is called on to fix a maxi?
mum to the incomes of individuals. The
.prevalent opinion seems to be that ?5000 a
year is quite aa much as any man should be
.allowed to have. As may be imagined, these
meetings are not made up, as a general thing,
.either of those who axe wealthy or of those
who ever expect to be.
-Tho thirty-eighth semi-annual conference
??of the Latter Day Saints commenced in the new
.Mormon tabernacle ai Salt Lake City on the
-5th inst.. Brigham Yoting presided. Elder
Orson Hyde delivered an address, in which he
said that the completion of the Pacific Railroad
.through Salt Lake City would be the saving of
the saints, and Elder O. Pratt made a speech,
in which he denounced the Gentiles in their
jnidst and urged the saints t3 have no dealings
-with them. ...... ?
-The Washington correspondent Of the Cin?
cinnati Commercial insists that tho recent con?
tradictions of tho report that Mr. Seward is
about to be mairied, have been merely Pick?
wickian. "His bride," says that writer, s'is to
bo Mise Olive Risley, a lady not above t wen ty?
rl ve or twenty-seven years of age. She is noted
tero for bet stately figure, large and almost
masculine in height and fullnesp. Her eyes are
dark, and hex intelligence is remarkable. She
jtri? probably make the most agreeable lady in
/Washington society that we have had since
-A patriotic old lady has written a letter to
?Secretary Mcculloch, stating that she had been
informed that the Interest on two cents for a
thousand years would pay off our public debt.
She had hot made the computation and could
not speak positively, but if this is the caso she
rCOuld not see the utility of so much talk about
repudiation when the payment of the national
debt is only a matter of two cents and a ques?
tion of time. She was willing to furnish the
principal for that purpose, and accordingly en?
closed two cents, which she requested should
.not be deposited to ewell the conscience fund
but should be placed at interest for the liqui?
dation of tho public deb t
-Bismarck, the energetic Minister of Prus?
sia, is accused by the French papers of havin"
fomented the revolution in Spain. The funds
at the disposal of the insurgent generals, i tis
stated, were advanced by Pru-sia, who raised
the means in London and Cadiz, from the se?
curities transfe rred about a year ago, by Italy,
in payment for needle guns. The proceeds of
this latter transaction in the money market en?
abled Mashal Serrano to settle the claims of
the troops, whose pay had long been in arrear,
and thus to enlist the sympathy of the Spanish
army in the insurrection. King William, of
Prussia, is gaining the reputation of a crafty
disturber of the nations of Europe, while ho is
carrying out his plana for thc enlargement of
his own domains.
-The Modes Illustr?es, of Paris, announces
that short dresses are to bo worn this winter
in France, with a water-proof for protection
against tho wind and cold. Tho writer makes
the announcem?nt with me'ancholy forebod?
ings. "The ladies in the streets of Paris," he
sighs, "will look like people who havo attend
a funeral ceremony. Paris will be put in a sort
'ct bjtlf mourning.. Stilly ih9 l.idie9 will c
wear this capote de soldat ia the streets; t
will throw it off on entering thc room, a
theatrical fairy gets rid of the gloomy, rm
witch-like covering which hides the prc
winged costume of another and better wor
The Modes writer counsols obedience and j
ignation, and adds that the decreo ia hap]
not irrevocable. Intimations of ' rebel]
against it are already rife in the fashions
circles of Paris.
-The first instance of the navy leading
in a revolution is that which has occurroi
Spain. Up to this time the nivy has bee
salt water force, and wailed for the landbre
before it could get in motion. Put the ag?
steam and iron has converted it into an s
phibious animal. With its iron hide and
capacity for running up near the shore :
gobbling down the unwary dwellers on the s
coast, it has become a sort of alligator,
would make our old naval commanders of 1
a century ago open theil- eyes if they could i
the changes in narai architecture and mot
power which have taken place since their tiu
the drilling of midshipmen to act as soldiers
well as sailors, would have tilled them with t
most intense disgust. But, after all, we ?ei
only getting bick to the old days when no co
plete separation had been established betwe
the naval and military servioes, when admir
of England and France lcd successful char?
in the field, and Baleigh and Blake, Bupert a
Monk fought battles by sea as well as land,
the Greek and Boman heroes had done befe
THURSDAY. MORNING, OCTOBER 22,186i
For President.HORATIO SEYMOU:
For rice-President.FRANCIS P. BliAIR
The white people of this State will su
port the civil authorities in such measur
S3 may be necessary for preserving t
public peace, and will discountenance ai
condemn all violations of the law. Th
they will do, because they assert and mai
tain the principle of equal and even-bandi
justice for all men; not because they are ii
sensible to the provocations which th<
have been oalled on to endure, or becaui
they are willing to allow the negro to ric
rough shod over them. They look to tl
law for their protection, as well as for the
vindication, when insulted or wronged; an
if they arc ever convinced that the law, t
now administered, favors the one race r
the expense of the other, and that what is
crime in the white man is not punished a
a crime in the negro, they cannot be rea
sonably blamed if they are tempted t
constitute themselves at once judges an
We stale these facts for the reason tba
it is noticed that large rewards have bcci
offered for the apprehension of the murder
ers of the negro Randolph, and that tw<
white men have been arrested for complicit]
in the murder of the negro Nance; while wi
have no knowledge that any attempt has beei
made to arrest the negroes who attempted tc
assassinate a white man at Newberry oi
Sunday, who seriously wounded a whit<
man at Clinton on Sunday afternoon, oi
who assembled in Columbia ou M on da j
with the avowed purpose of taking the liff
of a prominent colored Democrat. We dc
not assume that Governor SCOTT will so far
prostitute the high functions of his office as
to hunt down the white man and allow the
negro to escape. We expect that he will be
impartial and just, and assure him that he
will be supported by the great mass of the
people of the Stat? in keeping the peace and
repressing disorder, as long as he is upright
in his official conduct, and gives to the Re?
publican the same indulgence, and no more,
whioh is given to the Democrat.
We also desire to call the attention of
Covernor SCOTT to the obvious truth, that
violent and incendiary speeches have muoh
to do with he troubles which now distract
our usually quiet State. If the white peo?
ple, goaded on by a myriad wrongs, have
sometimes been at fault, the colored people
have been at fault infinitely more often. The
Republican speakers, whether they meant
much or little, have used language that
would have fired the heart of a stone, and
it was only a day or two before his death
that Randolph told the citizens of Abbe?
ville, that if they did not take heed the
torch would be applied to every house in
the village occupied by white men. These
things must be repressed if we are to have
peace; and they can be repressed if Gov?
ernor SCJTT and the Republican leaders
will use their influence for that purpose.
It is not sufficient to punish the crime;
as much of the exciting cause as can
be reached should be removed. This
must be done apon the principle that
the colored man and Republican are to bc
judged by the laws which govern the white
man and Democrat; and that moderation
and quiet on the part of the whites will be
utterly unavailing if the negroes are en?
couraged to deliver exciting harangues,
whose natural sequence is conspiracy and
assassination. This is the maxim which
will, we hope, guide Governor SCOTT in
dealing, officially and personally, with the
two races. No other line of conduct can
secure to us that peace and security which
we so earnestly desire.
The Weitem Trade.
The establishment of a line of steamships
between this port and Liverpool, is another
step towards securing that Western trade
for which the cities of Virginia are fighting
We need not now dwell upon the natural
advantages of Charleston as a port, or its
excellence as a market; but taking Nash?
ville as a starting point, it is hard to see
how Norfolk or any other riparian town can
hope to compete successfully with this mar?
itime city. A correspondent of the Nash?
ville Banner-, a few day9 ago, touched the
quick of the subject, in saying that Nash?
ville is two hundred miles nearer to Charles?
ton than it is to Norfolk. Corn shippers
have already found this out, as is proved
by the immense quantities of grain already
sent to this point. Then, ngain, cur through
freight arrangements willi the West are
compact and complete. The "Green Line"
cars bring freights from tbe West to Charles?
ton without break ef bulk; ami economy
and vigilance enable our roads to bring
corn from Nashville to Charleston for thirty
five cents per bushel, while the charge
from Nashville to Norfolk is forty-seven
cents per bushel.
It seems evident enough that our mer?
chants and railroad men are determined to
meet enterprise with enterprise, and pro?
gress with progress. They are well aware
of the fact that the local trade will not sup?
port Charleston, and will go as far to ob?
tain and retain the through trade of the
West as the representatives of any other
city can go or have gone.. The business
belongs to us, and ia time we shall have it,
whatever the difficulties now in our way.
WE PRINT this morning a proclamation
of Governor SCOTT in which he appeals to
the "law abiding people of the Sute" to
aid him in his efforts "to maintain the
supremacy of the law and the rights of the
people,"' and says chat, if the rights of every
citizen cannot be protected and vindicated
by peaceable means, he will be compelled
"to arm and organize a sufficient force of
loyal citizens" to overcome resistance to the
officers of the law.
WE PCBLISH in another column a decla?
ration of opinion by the Democratic Club of |
Abbeville County, in relation to the mur?
der of JAMES MARTIN and B. F. RANDOLPH.
The Club declare that they lament these
and all acts of violence, and that il bas
been their policy to preserve peace.
Co Jeni. _
AVERY PHEASANTSUITS OF APART?
MENTS to rent, with piazza and private stair?
case a'tached. The rooms can be rented separately
it desired. Apply at No. 60 KING-VTREEI', a lew
loora below Trodd. 4tuths October 22
TO RENT, A COMPORTA ULK AND DE?
SIRABLE Two and a half story HOUSE, No. 1
George street. An excellent cistern and well on the
premises. Po8ee;sion given on let November. For
terms opply at D. O'NEILL A SONS,
October 22 th tai No. 375 King-street.
STOKE AND HOUSE TO RENT. IN
King-s.i-eet, fourth door above Gocrge-strcct,
east side. The Store has a neat Glass Front. The
HOUPe and premises are very convenient for a family
residence. Rent only $600 per annum to a good and
responsible tenant. Apply between the nour? of ]
Seven and Hight o'clock in the Evening, to JACOB
Ol Tu L ENGL':, at Charleston HoteL
mo BENT, A FURNISHED ROOM IN A
_L quiot lamil e whore there ure no other Boarders.
Apply at THIS OFFICE._October IO
TO RENT. THE TWO UPPER FLOORS
of Ute DAILY NEWS Building, suitable for efflecs,
Ac Apply at THE N EW6 OFFICE.
TO RENT, THAT FIHST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS S t AND, No. 290 King-street, a few doors
south of Wentworth-itrectv now occupied by F. von
?anton. September 29
TO RENT. A HOI SE OV EAST BAA',
next to the comer of Socioty-vtreet, containing
ev cu square rooms and all necessary outbui dings.
Apply on MARS-HALL'S WHARF, east eud'of Cal
houu-strcet. ttuth September 2C
TO HEN T, FOR THE SUMMER, A
HOUSE, containing eigtlt rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on tho front beach sullivan's Uland, back of
Beauregard Batter}'. Apply at DAILY NBWS-OF?
TO RENT. AT SULLIVAVS ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-MOBY HOUSES, slhiato l
dowe to Fort Beauregard, both having double
piazzas ?icing north and south. Both Houses aro
in good condition, and well adarted fur private rosi,
deuces, botris or bi arding establishment's. To be
rented singly or together; tue Furniture taken by
agreement, if d?sirable. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OF THE DAILY. NEWS.
_ /nt: galt,_
Flt? IC ENGINE FOR SALE.-A Kl KS r
CLASS BAND ENGINE, built by Button A
Blake, Waterford, New York, in 18G0, but little used;
12>i inch cylinder, 7 inch stroke; 21 foot ot Rubber
Suction, with Brass Pipes, Nozzles, and everything
lu complete order. For further information ot
fermi, Ac, apply by letter, to
M. H. NATHAN.
October 17 6tuth3
FOR SALE, HLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
anv quan?ty, price 75 cents per hundred. Anplv
at the Office of the DAILY NEWS. February 20
BOAR DIU G.-COMFORTABLE AND
nicely furnished rooms and boar i can be ol -
tained by applying at Mrs. MILLER'S, No. 6 Hud?
son-street. 8tuthlmo October 10
EE MO VAL_DU. K lt A \ CIS L. PAR?
KER hai removed his Office from No. 79
Broad-street to No. 74 HASEL-STREET, two doors
east of the Post office. Joly 21
DANCING TAUGHT BY MONS. BER?
GE.<, tho only Professional Teacher m the
city. Mona. B. bas been for yean known as a Mu?
ter of the Art, consequently he U nota merck sell
styled Dancing Teacher. For particulars, upply at
No. UU KING-STREET._October 22
gPKING HILL COLLEGE (ST. JOSEPH),
NEAR MOBILE, ALABAMA.
This Literary Institution, incorporated by the
Slate of Alabama, and empowered to confer all thc
Academical Honor?, is conducted by the Fathers of
the Society of Jesus.
The site of the Collego, on rising ground, one hun?
dred and fT ty feet above the level ot ihe sea, la equal?
ly healthy and agre able.
Pupils ot cvory religious denomii.ation aro admit?
ted, provided t"at, with a view to order and unifor?
mity, they are willing to attend the exercises ol'the
The plan of instruction embraces Greek, Latin,
English, French, Poetry, Rheto.ic. History, Geo?
graphy, Mathematics. Astronomy, Natural and Men?
tal Philosophy, with the iddition of Book-keeping,
and the neus! commercial branches.
Spanish aud Gerrnau are taught at the option of
parents cf guardians, without extra charge.
The ago of admission ia lrom nine to fifteen. No
One is received who does not know how to read aud
Thenxt session will open on tho 27th October,
Doard, Tuition, Washing, Stationery,,,.S20? 00
Further information can be obtained from tnt presi?
dent of the College, or foin Kev. D. J. QUlGLEi",
Cathedral, Chailc9ton, S. C. 10 October 19
NIGHT SCHOOL.' NIGHT SCHOOL '.
No. 35 WENIWORTH-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN aud
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. ?H."
Terms-S2 per mooth in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra
December 2 O. H. BERGMANS.
TJNIVERS1TY OF THE SOUTH.
S E W A N E E .
ET. REY. WM. M. GREEN. D. D., Chancellor.
RT. REY. C. T. QUINTAR D, D. D" LL. D., Vice
Tnutcei-The Bishops of North Carolina, South
CoroUna, Georgia. Florida, Alauamo, Mississippi,
Louisiana, Tennessee, Texas and Arkansas ex n?eio,
and one Clerical and two Lay Trustees from each
of said Diocese*.
The Board o? Trustees of the University announce
that they will open the Junior Department at Uni?
versity Flace, on Wtdne'day. the lGth day of Sep?
tember uex', under General J. GOBO An, of Ala
bano, a* Head Master, a distinguished graduate of
West Point, very highly recommended by General
Lee and other leading uren ot tte country."
Desiring to make the school simply self-sustain?
ing, the Trus'ees have fixed upon the sum of S3L0
per year to cover tho entire charges, except matricu?
lation fee (Slti) an I medical attendance. Students
will be required to furnish their own sheets, pillows,
cases and lowe's. Payment will be required semi?
annually iu advance.
The first term will clo?e December 15, and the
School will reopen, after the Cbrts-rmas va.aiion, on
the loth day ol Februar?, remaining m ses i?n dur?
ing the summer except a short r^-ess.
Communications iu reference to the Pcbool .-hould
be addressed to GEO. R. FUHBANKS, Esq., Tl esra,
rer of the University, University Place, Franklin
U lie location of the University cn the beautiful and
salubrious plateau of the Cumberland Mountaius is
too well known io require deserption.
Persons coming to University Place change cars at
Cowan station, Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad,
and tak- the cars ot the Tennessee Coal company to
University Statten (i) miles) on the University*du
main. WILLIAM MERCER GREEN,
THE MARION iS. C.) STAR OFFERS
facilities unsurpassed by any raper in the east?
ern part of the State to the Merchants of Charleston
and other localit e?, of extending iheir business to
the Peedee section. Business cards and advertise?
ments inger ed on liberal terms, which maybe learn?
ed by applying to W. J. MoKERALL, Edltor.B
October 22 lmo
WANTED, A WOMAN) TO COOK,
WASH, and do general housework, Apply in
THOMAS-STREET, one door from Radcliffe.
October 22 2*
"TTTTA N TKO. A COLORED ?OMAN OF
ff gO'. d character, to do the (oolong and House?
work for a small lamilyof tliiee. Aiiply at No. 23
LfcGABf-STKKET. 2*_October 21
WANTED INFORMATION.-AM" ONE
knowing at.y thing ol tho whereabouts or Mr.
ANTONY BURK, who left Richmond about fifteen
mouths since tor Kentucky, will confer a favor by
addressing his wife, ANNE BURK. Richmond Post
offices_imo"_ October 19
"firANTED, EMPLOYMENT BY A UK
IT FUGEEhum Beaufort who has no means of
support, and is suffering irom want. For further
iiilonnntiou uddrets REFUGEE through the Pcst
WANTED, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM?
ED to write for tho press, employment on
one or more Literary Papers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES. POETRY, ic. Address
Miss K. E. Vi'., Postoffice, Charleston, S. C.
WANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
ARMED MAN, as overseer of hands, or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other employment that u one-armed roan can
fill. Apply at No. 14 ANN-sTREET. Applicant can
give good relercnces. September 22
ITT-ANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE.
V V to sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHES LINES. Write for circulars to the
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway.
New York. Cmos April 20
WANTED," EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. WOHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_ No. ICI KINO-STREET.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO
writes a plain and lesib'e hand, a situation
where he can carn a livelihood for the support of his
faa Dy. address "Penman," OFFICE DAILY NEWS.
can bo obtained by applicabel to the "UNION
HnME," from 9 til i ll o'ekyck daily.
Sorvants can aho find places by application to thc
same plat e, at the same hours Inquire for the Ma?
tron, comer Church and Chalmers street
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VV TUE LE\DING M A GA ZIMTS AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21_No. 1C1 King-street.
HOUSE WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
permanent tenant wishes to rest a small but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
must be moderate. Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, ic, "A
B.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS. Sopt?nborl8
TITAN TED, BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
T.T the up-counrry, a situaUon as CLERK in
eilhor a Wholesale or" Retail Grocery store; is ex?
perienced in the business, ami c m influence trade.
Best of references (riven. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Postoffice, south Carolina.
AGENTS W IXTKD,-A SPLENDID
CAMPAIGN BOOK.-Agents wanted to sell the
best Dt-mocrutic Campaign Book ia the field. Contains
biographies of SEYMOUR, BLAIR, aud other leading
Democratic statesmen, as well as a complete history
c f the j. arty. Illustrated by portraits. Recommend?
ed by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. hancock, am? others, as
the "most valuable political test-book published
Address D. APPLE'I ON & CO., .Publishers, New
Ycrk. lin "September 2G
I V E R F O ? L%
LONDON AND GLOBE
I XS UR ANCE C 0 M PAN Y
Stockholders individually responsible, by oct of
Parliament, for all losses.
This Company continues to issne Policies in tho
following form's, FROM ONE DAY TO A YEAR :
PERPETUAL POLICIES, where a bonus Is de
posited; FLOATING POLICIES, cov-rr.gull species
of Merchandise, embracing Cotton in any and all
parts of the city sud un shipboard.
1 he tsvo last recommend themselves lor CHEAP?
NESS, and obviate the annoyances attendunl upon
C. T. LOWNDES, A frc nt,
September 10 tb8 No. 10 Droad-strocr.
GK\ KU \L, ELECTION. -TUE COM?
MISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOR COLLE
TON COUNTY have appointed the followli g named
persons Managers of Ucetions, and des-ignated tho
places hereinafter mentioned as Polling Precincts,
for the Eic-tion on the 'Jd November, 18C8:
St. Bartholomew's Parish.
First Precinct-Smoke's Cross Roads.
R. WATERBURY. | JOHN WINGATE.
CHARLES H. i'RICE.
Bell's Cross li o ads Poll.
DANIEL YARNS. I CHARLES DUBOYCE.
Second Precinct-Fork Box Poll.
GEORGE N. LITTLE. | Captain W. W. GRACE.
Horseprn Box PoU.
EDWARD HOLMES. | JAMES NISBIT.
Yarn's Box PoU.
Dr. J. C. PICH. I L. B. YARN.
J. J. SNOW.
JOSEPH E. GLOVER. | Muj. R. H.W1LLO?GHBY
L. H. GLOVER.
Blue House Poll.
STEPH N'EY BROWN. | i OBY GRANT.
Round O Poll.
THOMA? S. JONES. | JOHN MICHAL.
Fourth Precinct-Ashcpoo PoU.
J. B. SPEIGHTS. I J. R. TERRY.
Maple Cane FoU.
WILLIAM SANDERS. | F.DWARD TROTTEE.
W. H. WITsELL. M. f\ POMPEY OAIDLIAB?.
(Saint George's Parish.
Fifth Precinct-Summerville Poll.
SAM'L KINGMAN. I 1 HOS. GELZER.
C. J. SASPORTAS.
George's Station PoU.
Rev. WILLIAM THOMAS. I NATHANIEL JACOBI.
CONSTANT HEY WA RD.
R Ut-ev 111c Poll
JAMES M. CANTWELL. ? ROBERT F. PARKER.
-?int Paul's Parish.
Sixth Precinct-Delamar'- Cross Roads Poll.
W. H HOYT. I WM. DAYTON.
WM. H. ITRAY.
GEORGE F. MoIN tIE:i. I WM. DRIFFLE.
ISAAC MILLER. I PETER B. MORGAN.
The Managers of Elections will revise f?i pened
of three days, commciiclug October 24, A. D. 18C8,
thc registration lists upon whict) thc election com?
mencing the 2d day of June, A. D. 1808, was conduct?
ed, by tbe addition to such hits ol the name- of ah
persons entitled to vote uudcr thc constitution, who
have not already been registered, and byttriking
fimr. such li-ts the names of such persons as shall
not by law up entitled t ? vote.
For the pnrpo-e of sm-h revision tho Managers of
Eieciicns wiil rae't at tho times and places deaguat
e I above by the Commissioners.
By order of the Board.
JOS I-PH A. SASPORTAS, Chairman.
Summerville, S. C., October, 18?S. O.toner21
NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT,
FLOUR AND CHEESE.
BTRDSALL BROS.' UEiT NEW HULLED BUCK?
HIRAM SMITH'S PEST FAMILY FLOUR
CLAU5SEN MILLS FAMILY FLOUR, in quar?
ter, halt and whole sacks
SA? SAGO CHEESE.
A full supply of the above just received at the]
CO OPER UTVL GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. October 15
^WAB?WGTOS* LIGHT^ INTANTR?"
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
hold Th KT Evening, In Moronic Hall, at Seven
o'clock. J. L. HONOUR,
October 22 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
WASHINGTON ST KA AI FIRE ENGINE
T3E REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
Company will bo held, at your Hall, This Eve?
ning, thc 224 instant, at Seven o'clock precisely.
N. B.-Members are request :d lo bc punctual, as
business of importance will bc transacted.
By order. CHARLES Y. RICHARDSON,
October 2E 1 Secretary.
NIAGARA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY^
AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY
will bo held This Evening, at thc Engine House,
at seven o'clock.
By order. J. M. HOLLOWAY,
October 22 1* Secretary.
COLORED DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD fi.
rriflE WOREIN-x COMMITTEE OF THIS CLUB
J. will attend an extra meeting To-Xight. Busi?
ness of importance. T. C. DuPREE, Chairman.
Wu. B. FRASCIS, Secre'ary. 1 October 22 ?
?f?ll anH ?iDintcr
TWT~K W F ~? L~L ~ "~
THE FINEST STOCK IN THE CITY.
MENKE & MULLER
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT
they havo opened at then: New Establishment,
No. 325 KTNG-STHE?T, opposite Society, the finost
stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS for Gentle
men's wear which can bo toned in tho city, embrac?
ing tho Choicest BROADCLOTHS, FRENCH DOE?
SKINS, VELVET AND SILK VESTINGS, Ac, which
will be made np to order.
They have also on hand a large assortment of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, of all descriptions,
selected with great care, and of tte vcrv latest styles,
consisting of Business and Dress Suits, Overcoa'B,
Ac, and a full stock of Alexandre's Kid. Cas dm ore
and Buckskin Gloves, Cravats, Shirts and other Fur?
Satisfaction guaranteed in every caso, and prices
to suit the limes. A. MENKE,
(formerly of DOOBAUM A MESKE.)
(Formerly of M?LLER BROTHEBS.)
October 13 tutes 2mos
EDGERTON & RICHARDS,
DRIPERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
THE PROPRIETORS Oe' THIS ESTABLISH?
MENT, Instituted a < far bark as 182?, announce
that Uiey aro in receipt of a full assortment of
FRENCH and ENGLISH COATINGS, CASSIMEUES
BLACK and BROWN BEAVER CLOTHS
BLACK ZEPHYR and TRICOT CLOTHS
BLUE and PEACH BLOSSOM CHINCHILLA
BLACK and BLUE I LAIN FRENCH.
ThcEC Goods will be very fashionable this fall, and
are well adapted to Ladies, ns WALKING CLOAKS
and MAN I II LAS. They will bc rold by this Houe?
by tbe yard, at a lower prieo than can bo bought
in thl? city. This flue stocit, in addition, consists
Fancy Colored COATINGS and CASSIMERES, for
FRENCH BLACK DOESKINS and FANCY CASSI?
DRAB and MIXED ENGLISH CORDUROYS
RICH SILK VELVETS, CASSIMERES and SILK
Those Goods, which aro of tho Soest quality, thc
firm will dlapofo ot by the yard, or they will be
made up to order at prices considerably lower lnuu
market value, tall in at
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
TAILORING .-J NO. KU G II Kl M KK
respectfully informs his friends and customers
that he has j UM returned from Now York with a full
assortment of CLOTHS, ?'ASSIMERES and VEST?
INGS for Fall : nc winter woar.
Ho has also a supply of the celebrated STAR
SHIRTS, and a geucrol assortment of Gentlemen's
He invites a call and inspection of his Stock at his
No. 141 KING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
Three doora north of Queen.
September 21 ituth-0
HARDWARE AND SADDLER*
FOR SALE AT COST,
HASTIK, IA1H0UN & CO.,
No. 39 HAYNE-SfREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING DECIDED TO CLOSE OUR PRESENT
business, we shall offer at cost prices, during
tue next lew weeks, our entire stock of
HARDWARE BUILDERS' HARDWARE
CUTLERY TURPENTINE TOOLS
GUNS IRON, Ac.
Also, a large assortment of Saddlery, consisting in
SADDLERS' AND COACHMAKER5' HARDWARE
SHOE FINDINGS, Ac.
TLo?c gooda are well assorted, in prime condition,
and were pmehajed by us for cn>h at lowo-t valua?
tion. Some of them are of our direct importation
or manufacture. The attention rf country mer?
chants, is especially called to this advertisement.
"?Ye also offer for rent or IcaS'i the fine Iron Front
Four-story brick store, No. 30 Bayne-strect, built
Unce thc war, with flxtnrc* include I, together with
the Two-story Warehouse No. 72 Mitket-stree', in
rear of and connected with premises aforesaid. '
HASTIE, CALHOUN k .-CO.
October 20 3 fm2
IRESPECTFULLY INFORM MY FRIENDS AND
tho putlie, that I have commenced the H ARD?
WARE BUSINESS at No. 812 KING-STREET, and
hope to mont a share of their patronage.
October 20 3 C. KERRfSON, Ju.
TOR announces to his patrons, ano the public
in general, that the price of board for transient and
permanent boarders ba* been considerably reduced.
The Hotel is located in the busiuesi- part of King
street, corner of Princess. It is one of the best fur?
nished Hotels in the city. The proprietor bas kept
it for thc last t.-civ.- years, and hi- motto is to make
every nuest feel at home.
Price for Transient Boarders, per da?.$2 50
Price tor Permanent Boarders, por wrck.8 00
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
October C tu th-lin o
Ihc undersigned, having sold his entire iutorest
in the Hotel known as the
in Columbia, S. C., would take great pleasure in re?
commending his friends to continue their patronage
to tho new proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT has bal charge of (he Hotel for
me for a year past, and will continue to have Ihe
entire management of the Hotel under the new ar?
I feel assured that the hcusc will maintain its for
mer reputatioa os a first-class Hotel.
T. S. NICKERSON.
COLUMBIA, S. C., September 1,1308.
Se) tembcr 21 thni2oios
-y? A D A AI E G I D I E R E ,
COItNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CUABLESTON. 8. C.
Transient Hoard S3 50 per Day.
g POTTS WOOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PROPRH?TOUS,
HAtlLUSTON THE A TU E.
Lessee and Manager.J>>HX TEHPLETON.
THE FAVORITE RESORT.
THE CHEAT SUCCESSES.
SELECT ATTRACTIONS-CHEAP ADMISSION.
THURSDAY EVENING, October 22, 18GS,
The varied local Plav, of general interest and fine
THE CHARLESTON FIREME*.
Also, the first time of the great Irish Farce.
HAPPY MAX I
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME!
GE AND SONGS AND DANCES,
By all th-i Favorites.
Good order always observed. New Plays every
night. Sec thc liberal admission.
orchestra chairs and Parquette Centre al n ays re?
served for Ladies and Pcntlemeu.
Gentlemen (arm chairs reserved) M : Ladies (ann
chairs reservi d), 50 cents; Parquette (?ide ai-les), 75
cents; back sects, GO cents; boys and children, 25
cents; colored scats, 50 cents.
KL "Doors op -n at half-past Seven o'clock: com?
mence ot EL'ht o'clock.
Performance will be over at teu or half-past ten
o'clock for street carsrin attendance.
October 22 1
BEST IN THE WORLD!
On Citadel Square, Charleston.
THREE DAYS ONLY!
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
October 29, 30 and 3*.
Forming a Grand Stock Enterpri e, consolidating
The mammoth ZOOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT, in?
cluding ornithological silcctinns of the most beauti?
ful sp?cimens cf Foreign Birds, forming the most
extensivo collccUon ot WILU ANIMALS .n this
country or Europe, supported by the largest COM?
PANY OF EQUESTRIANS in the world, numbering
150 MEN AND 230 HORSES,
FIVE LADY EQUESTRIENNES
THREE POPULAR CLOWNS,
Enabling thc management to produce
STARTLING ACTS OF HORSEMANSHIP,
DARING GYMNASTIC EXERCISES,
SPECTACLES OF ORIEN?
With tho most dazzling splendor1. Just added
TWO DOUBLE HUMPED BACTRIAN CAM?
ELS, also, the VALP08, from Tart arv. and
WHITE POLAR BEAR.
Prominent among thc attractive ta'ent of the arena
aro such ort'stcs as MI-R CORDELIA, tho Champion
Feina'c Rider ot the World; M'lic FHANCES, Mad?
ame MARGARET, Madame GERT RUDE, Mr. JOHN
WILSON, Mr. JOH S ROBINSON, Mr. J. MCDON?
OUGH. Mr. GEORGE SLOMAN, If. H. ASHTON an 1
SONS, Mr. G N. ROBINSON, Mg. ADOLPH BT.AN
DISI, Mr. JOHN I.OWLOW, thc American Humorist
aud Polite Local Clown; Mr. FRANK KOBlN.?ON,
Clown par excellence and Modern Grimaldi; Mr.
ARCHIE CAMPBELL, time-bor.ored dispenser li
Wit and Humor; the Nonpareil LEWIS; Mr. LENT'S
NOTICE-First appearance in America in two
G. M. KELLEY.
Tho Champion Leaper of the World.
Gi and Gratuitous Exhibition !
A Gorgeous Ancient Tageaut- The Grand Chariot
of Mars, 0heron and Achilles; Livhi? Lions in rpen
Deus of Gold ami Bronze; Knights aid Oladiators,
in armor of Ancient Remans, as escort io the glitter?
ing and conti) Oriental Equipages. Thu grand and
imposing Procession will be preceded by the Charlot
of Oberon, containing
Operatic Silver anil String Orchestra,
Ot Twenty Firflt-clatt Muiicians.
Admission-75 cents; Children 50 cents.
Two Performances-at 2 and 7 o'clock,
P. M., dally.
The Precession will en'er the city at 10 o'clock.
Wi W. DURAND,
October 21 tuthsj BUSINESS MANAGER.
MILL POM) OYS I KES,
PLAN CED, NURTURED AND FED BY THE
Caunonsboro* Company, universally acknowl?
edged by jnd*ca to bc the finest flavored OYs t EltS
in the "world-fat themselves an.l most fattening
nourishment. Superior to Norfolk and New York
Bivalves lu delicacy, iwertnejs and relish.
To bc hail in quantity o: at retail, by th: havral,
bushel or pe k in thc shell, and by the gallon ?uart
or vint opetied.at the WESf END OF BE^mEEL
October ti JOHN s. BCF^ipi, Agent.
COAX! COAL ! !
JOHN S . H O R L B E C K,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
X3EGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
'he public that he Las commenced thetOAi
?ND GlCf5B?i COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share Cf tat- patronage.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THE HIGHLY SATISFACTORY AND REMARKA?
BLE effects of thi* Guano in producing very
largely increased crops of COTTON, CORN aud
Other STAPLE CROPS has attn ted the general at?
tention ol planters and taimen.
In order to continu public confidence in the con?
tinued excellence of ti is Guai.o. and avail of thc best
scientific ability in the prosecution of this important
business, the PACI' IC GUANO C 'M PAN i has con
Minuted a professional engagement with Dr. ST.
JULIEN RAVENEL, ot Char:esto :, S. C., as fcieuti
tic advi-er and . onsulii' g chemist to the Company.
Dr. RAVENEL is conversant with the composition
and qualities ol thc Guano, UJ well as with the ...har
acter. policy and un a>ual resource* oi the PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY, and will .-oniiuunicate full in
tormation on the-e pointe to planters who may
call on him, or address him bv letter at Charleston,
s. C. JOHN S. REESE .V CO..
General Agents Pacific Guano Company.
J. N. ROBSON.
Agent tor .-o ;th Carolina,
October 19 iuthslrao-nie Charleston. S. C
CO-UPERATJVE G ROCE lil",
SOUTHWEST CORNER MEETING AND
t N EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
?. selected supply ol thc NECESSARIES Of
LIFE, and also tho luxur.es-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all times be louuJ at the above stort
oatablisbed under tba anwesof the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," ami
which will continue and extend the advantages il
already offers to the publie. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, and every facili?
ty afforded patrons.
* Thc "objeci" of thc Association is, as sot iorrh tn
its charter, '"To furnish members and tue public
with thc necessaries of life ot good q ?ality, unadulte?
rated, aud at lowest market ratea, and from tb?
profits ol such sales to accumulate capita1 for its
Copies of tae Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store of the Association, and ali in?
quiries legarding the practical working of tbe enter?
prise will be most cheerfully an 1 promptly satisfied.
' W. H. WELCH, Supenute- den'.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
?rorcries ano J&isalLmots.
GOOD BEEF FOR SALE AT THE STALL No.
ii, Lower Market, from C to 1? cents per
po nag._3*_October 22
FRESH COUNTRY BUTTE?
AND CHILD APPLES.
JUST RECEIVED, A SUPPLY OF CTOICE
FRESH BUTTER and PEELED DRIED AP?
For sile by GEO. H. GRUBER,
No. 236 Kins-street.
Thir l Door above Market-street.
October 22 1
HAMS FLOUR, COFFEE, ROPE
"1 "T BARRELS OF THOSE SUGAR-CURT'.D
.Lt) HAMS, small size, warranted sound, ot 'jie
low price of 17 cents, to close sales.
50 barr?lo Extra Family Flour
50 barrels Extra Flour (Kennedy brand), for
40 barrels Super Flour (Cumberland Millsi
20 baus Prime Rio Coffee
50 coils Greenleaf and Manilla Bali* Rope.
Eec.ived on consignment, and for sale by
J. N. P'-BSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 A'' ic Wharf.
October 22 mc 1
STRICTLY PRIME fVikTERN
EPDS STRICTLY PRIME WESTERN
4 O SHOULDERS
leO tierces Extra Choice rm-innati Sugar-cared
Hams, in store and for sa'e by
JEFFORDS A CO.,
October 22 3 No?. 17 and 10 Vendue Bang*.
SEEDS! SEEDS !
?)AA BUSHELS RUCK SEED OATS
?i 300 bushels White Seed Oats
200 bushels Yirginn White abd Red Seed Wheat
2i 0 bushels South Carolina low oountry Seed Hyo
50 bushels Seed Barley.
For s >le low. JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.
October 22 3
~f \ TONS Al PERUVIAN GUANO.
0\J For sale by J N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
October 32 nae 3
CHOICE EASTERN HAY
A AA RALES CHOICE EASTLRN HAY LAND
ilJU ING fro n Bark Harriet E. Hussey, on Ac?
commodation Wharf. For sale on reasonable terms
from wharf by JNO. CAiiPSfcN A CO.
October 22 3
'AA BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY.
ti U V T?r sale low while landing, by
WEST A JONES,
October 22 No 76 East bay.
GULLE!T'S COTTON GINS,
4 j \ 45 AND 30 SAW?, JUST REOEIVFD.
dtU9 c. GRAYELEY,
Oetoo^r 22_1_No. 52 East Bay.
DUNDEE BAGG2NG. &c.
QAi ?A YARDS l)i LBs. DUNDEE BAGGING
?U' 1U 100 bag? Rio, Lagu -yi a aud Java Coffee
100 b< ls., hhds. and tierces Muscovado and common
100 bids, and hhds. Refined and Muscovado Sugars "J
100 bbls. Flour
101 tacks Salt
200 boxes soap aud Candles
60 chests Green and Mack Tea
50 cases Oys'era, Lobsters and sardines in cans.
For salo low by CLAC lUS A WI ITE,
October 8 thtu3 No. 86 East Bay.
FRENCH AND CATAWBA
ff A AND 10.8 CASKS FREN. H AND CATAWBA
10-4 casks Holland Gie and Scotch Whiskey
50 bbls. Cabinet. Nectar and other Whiskeys
IO bbls. JaiLaiea and St Croix ( um
50 quarter casks Madeira, sherry, Port and Malaga
100 cases Rhenish. Claret and Sautcrn Wines
50 cases Bitter?, Russ' and other kiuda
50 cases Champagne, imp?t t -rt and imitation
100 M. Cigars of different grades
500 lbs. Durham sinokb g Tobacco
5u boxes Chewing Toba .( o
30 casks Bottled Ale and Porter
5001' Demijohns of evere size
100 hampers Wine Buttles.
Far sale low by CLACIUS A WITTE,
October 8 ihttiu No. 86 East Bay.
SUGAR, COFFEE. BUTTER,
CHEESE, MICE, ?Ste.
I -A fi D!iLS' REFINED SUGARS
Lt) vf 10 lindi, choice Grocery Sugars
100 bags Rio, Laguayra and Java Coffee
130 bbl.*, choies Flour
Bold., half bbls. and boxes Buckwheat Flour
61 firkins choice Goshen Butter
50 boxes flueFart' ry Cheese
50 half chests Hyson and Black Teas
1. 0 :-;e.'.s Nails
150 boxes Tomatoes
Tes. Carolina Rice
Tea. and tubs Leal Lard
Turkish Prunes, Currants, Raisins
Colman's EngUsh Mustard, Spices
Candles, Soap, Starch, Matches
Syrups, Oil, Paptr, Brooms. Ac,
For sale at lowest market prccs, by
MULLER, NTMI Z A CO.,
October 20 ttith2 No 181 East Bay.
ENGLISH, S? OTCH AND IRISH
PORTERS ANO ALES.
IMPORTED DIRECT TO THIS MARKET.
CIASES "B, B. BYASS" BROWN SxOUT, QUARTS
/ aud pints
- canks ..!<. B. Byass" Stout Porter, quarts and
- oasks "Findlaior" Dublin Stout, pinta
- casks " Bass" E. L Ale, pints
- casks "Knox A Sons" "Alloa" Ale, pints
- casks "l enuent's" Palo Ale, pints
- ca?es "Deverriah" Cbampagno Ale.
For sale at reasonable rates by
JAMES BANCROFT, Ja.,
October 1 thi No. 96 Eait Bay.
GRAIN. FLOUR. hAY^c.
Ii i\ AAA BUSHELS IENNESSEE CORN
J_Vj,v/Uv/ '-WOO bushels Baltimore Grinding
500 bushels Tennessee Oais
inno t>u shela Cow Peas
500 bales Prime North River Hay
I'.O I b's. Extra Flour-Northern
50U sacks Family and Extra Flour-"Campsen
?ced Rye, Oats aud Wheat.
AU of which will be ?"old low.
October 12 imh3w JNO. CAMPSEN A CO.
i BORNEO BAGGING :
1 ? A DALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
1 V'\J weight and width.
For tale by GEO. A. TREN HOLM A SON.
MCCARTHY GIN ROLLER LEA
4 LOT OF THE ABOVE, VERY SUPERIOR,
XA. justreccivci aud l'or s-lc i J lota to sait pur?
chasers. WM. S. HENERtY,
No. 314 Heetiug-s'.reet, near Line.
October 21 3
JUST RECEIVED, A FINE LOT OF THE ABOVE
GRAPE"?, which will be so:d at the following
prices: by the hoi, containing 4,'? pounds, 90 cents-,
single pound, 23 cents.
MBS. C. D. KENRICK,
No. S3 Market-street, south side.
WESTERN BULK BACON.
?)i 1 HHDS. CLEAR RIR SIDE-'. DRY SALTED
??\J 5 hhds. Clear Sides, smoked
io bads. Shoulders, rnioked.
Just received, and for sale by
October 1_East Bay.
GR EAT REDUCTION JUST MADE.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
pf the best importing houses of New York
und Philadelphia, we are now enabled to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy. Port, Madeira, Sherry
and Claret Winos, Pure Holland Gin, London Porter
and Scotch Ale, Stouton's Bitters, Ac, at greatly re?
Par. les in want of any of the above articles, would
do well to cive us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Quick sales and Small Profits is our moito.
BYi'NE A FtlGARIY.
No. 452 King-street, corner Johu-streer,
Charle.-ton, S. C.
OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal
Old Monongahela Rve Whiskey, per gallon.2 25
Supetior Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gal... .2 50
Cuoiee Old Monongahela Rve Whiskey, S.2 80
Choice Old Monongahela Rvo Whiskey. XX.3 00
thoice Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey. XXX... .3 25
Pure Hol'and Giu.* 00
Fine Old Burgundy Port Wine.3 M)
Fine ' ld Madeira Wine.3 00
Fine Old Sherry Wiue.3 00
Stallion's tiitters, per bottle. 75
London Porter, warranted, pnedc?.-1 bottleii... .3 00
English and >cot<"h Ale, per ?uz'-m bot tl?.3 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.6 00
Port Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Madeira Wine, per dozen boltUs.7 50
Sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Whiskey, per dozen bottles. .. ..6 to 12
Giu, per dozen bottle.?.12 00
A discount of ten per cent, will be allowed on all
bills of ?0. Imo October 6