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'.- NEWS S U M M A R Y.
-Gold closed in New York on Saturday at
-Cotton closed a shade finner, with Bales of
?SOO bales at 25Jc.
-In Liverpool on Saturday cotton was firm;
uplands 10|al0?c; sales 15,000 bales.
-Two barks are loading at Cleveland with
petroleum, direct for Liverpool.
" -A life of President Johnson, it is said, is
being written by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens.
- Fifty dollars was paid for a single seat at
the Kellogg concert in New York.
-Conoisseura say August Belmont gives the
best dinners in New York.
-All the Madrid journals which had sus?
pended their publication have reappeared since
-A correspondent of tho Macon (Georgia)
telegraph thinks that this year's cotton crop
will not yield more than 1.800,000 bales.
-The Mikado of Japan has appointed PU
Englishman "lord high admiral," and another
Superintendent of mines for that conntry.
-The Democrats of Pennsylvania, Ohio and
Indiana have cut the Radical majority down
50,000 m two years.
_lhere is a female Ku-Klux in Kentucky,
the Grand Cyclopsess of which has issued a
general order prohibiting the Grecian bend.
-The Frenoh steamship company i" building
three new steamers for the New York and Havro
line, and is altering all its paddle boats to screw
. -Braxton Bragg was in Cincinnati recently
inspecting the water works, with a view to in
r trodncing improvements in those of New Or?
leans, over which he presides.
-Texas has bad a plague of grasshoppers.
They oame in clouds that stretched as far as
.the horizon, and obscured tho light of the sun,
. eating every green thing in their course.
-A contract has been ma de in Paris to buy
np all the old paving stones for the purpose
ot shipping them across the Atlantic, to be
? used to pave the streets of Buenos Ayres and
-Queen Victoria remains at Balmoral Castle,
Scotland, lc i's said that her Majesty's health
is still in 83 precarious a state that ehe will
not bo able to bear tho fatigues of receptions
and entertainments next season.
-The Prince of Wales, it is said, refuses to
be made a Free Mason' until tho theory and
objects of the ordei shall have been revealed
to him. His father, Prince Albert, was atrong
4 y opposed to Beeret societies.
-A farmer in Eastern Massachusetts has
made a net profit of four thousand dollars on
bis onion crop this yeer. Some of his neigh?
bors are crying that they did not plant acres
of the healthy esculent
\ -A new insurance company in England has
been started to compensate such of its mem?
bers as may be turned out of bouse or work?
shop in consequence of voting on the wrong
-It is announced that tho cost of a ship
canal across, the Isthmus of Panama will be
only one hundred millions of dollars. Mr.
Seward, Mr. Evarts, Peter Cooper, and other
distinguished merr, are interesting themselves
i n the project. It must be made.
-At the charter election in Norwalk, Con?
necticut, on Wednesday last, tho Republicans
were badly beaten. The Democrats carried
their ticket by one hundred and twenty-seven
majority-a gain of eighty-seven votes over
last year's election.
-The Spanish ministry, according to the
1 atest foreign advices, will be composed of the
following persons: President, Marshal Fran?
cisco Serrano; Minister of War, General Prim;
of the Navy, Admiral Topete; of Finance,
Senor Figuerola; of Foreign Affairs, Senor
Lorongana; of Justice, Senor Romero Ortiz;
?of the Interior, Senor Sagosta; of the Colonies,
.Senor Ayala; of P ublic Works, Senor Ruiz Go?
-The Czar's visit to Warsaw was attended
with the most remarkable precautions for his
safety. Tho police entered all houses on tho
route of the imperial procession and searched
the premises for concealed arms and assassins.
The owners of the houses and the principal
tenants were notified that they would bo held
responsible for any attack on tho Czar. Mas?
ters were made responsible tor allowing their
apprentices to go out into tho streets, and the
-school teachers were cumpe'Jed to form patrols
.to watch their pupils.
-Washington correspondents state that Gov?
ernor Scott, of South Carolina, has applied to
.the War-Dtpartment for assistance in preser?
ving the peace of that State. General Scho?
field replied that, according to the evidence
presented, only individual murders had been
commuted, which necessitates first the inter?
vention of the civil ofllcors of tho State, and if
they failed, then the State militia.could be used,
and if they werp exhausted, the Executivo
could thoreupon call upou the Govornment of
the United States for troops to quell a domestic
-It is reported that an attempt will Lc made
at the next session of Congress to have the
"Freedmen's Bureau continued for at least
another year, from the 1st of next January, for
the protection of freedmen as well as for their
education and the collection of their bounty,
pensions and back pay. General Howard has
been appealed to m order to obtain his in?
fluence to that end; but he declines to reeora
. men J tho measure, while, at tho same time, he
admits fiiat the necessity for protection ol' thc
freedmen's rights still exists.
-The Republican, the Radical paper in New
Orleans, gives up both Louisiana and Arkan?
sas to the Democrats, in its estimate of thc
probable result of the Presidential election. It
. estimates the electoral vote as follows : Grant
and Colfax 176; Seymour and Blair 118; bat bas
to claim all the following and doubtful oiatos
for Grant to make up the 176, viz : lodiana 13;
New Hampshire 5; Wisconsin 8; Minnesota 4;
West Virginia 5; North Carolina ?. Tho two
last named States, especially, are confidently
claimed by the Democrats.
-The Union Pacific Railroad will in a few
..days be so far completed, that passengers, bv
travelling continuously, may pass over the lima
ffODi Philadelphia to Bm Francisco in eleven
days. The time from Philadelphia to Omaha
is now three days, and on Tuesday nest the
railroad is to be opened to Bryan, 860 milos
from Omaha. This will shorton the time be?
tween Omaha and San Francisco to ei;ht days.
From Omaha to Bryan tho time will be forty
hours; from Bryan to Salt Lake City, thirty
two hours by stage; from Salt Lake City to
Wadsworth, four days; from Wadsworth to
San Franscisco, by tho Central Pacific Railroad,
one day. The fare from On.aba to Bryan is
$6415, and to Salt Lake, $110; to Sacramento,
-The misgivings of the people of California
in 1805 are realities in 1808. The series of os
I dilations which opened scams in the earth,
shook down walis, chimneys and parapets, and
destroyed lifo and property together, besan
about eight o'clock on Wednesday morning last,
and were continued until midnight. The pub?
lic buildings iu San Francisco were, many ol'
them, either ruined for occupancy, or rendered
insecure, while in an entire section of the city
everything Iiko business was suspended, tho
people abandoning their bouses and taking to
the streets. The excitement over thc visitation
was universal and profouud. The motions of tho
earth were felt far into the interior, and over a
largo breadth of country. In fact, the report cre?
dits the interior towns and cities with a much
more severe visitation than the coast. Sacra?
mento, Stockton, Marysville, Redwood, Sonora,
and the Grass Valley all felt the successive
shocks, thc popu lation being thrown into great
consternation. Mare Is'and, on which the
Navy Yard is located, telt two shocks which
were severe. The waters in San Francisco bay
were not visibly disturbed, although those on
board the vessel describe tho sensation as like
that of h_ *ng struck a rock. The savants will
ucdoubtcdly connect those disturbances, ap?
parently not yet over, with tho groat tidal phe?
nomena by which the coast towns of South
America were recently overwhelmed, and ves?
sels in^ort taken up and driven inland. These
internal commotions of mother earth may be
proclamations of permanent changes which
are at hand, whose manifestations we need
hardly be surprised to witness in any quarter.
MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20,1868.
Fo~ Pr?sident.HUI? A.TIO SEYMOUR.
For vice-President.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
Let Us ila-, e Peace !
The address of the Democratic Stale Ex?
ecutive Committee, published on Saturday,
is very different from the peace proclama?
tions lately issued by the leaders of the
Radical party. The committee beg their
fellow-citizens to unite with them in repro?
bating those recent acts of violence by
which a few lawless and reckless men have
brought discredit on the character of our
people. They say emphatically that no
cause can prosper which calls murder to
its assistance, or which looks to assassina?
tion for success. They appeal to the people
to support the laws and preserve the peace,
and in the name of the conservative and
law-abiding portion of the people, who con?
stitute nearly our entire white population,
they adjure all who love their State to be
peaceable and quiet-to promote harmony,
and to quell dissension. They ask those
who are opposed to us politically to unite
with us in checking all incendiary lan?
guage, whether uttered in public or in pri?
vate, and to join in the efforts now being
made by the Democracy of the State for the
preservation of peace, the supremacy of
law, and the maintenance of order.
The invitation of the committee to the
members of the Republican party to co?
operate with them will, in some quarters,
be accepted with sincerity and in good
faitb; but it were well if the acceptance was
unaccompanied by those threats of retalia?
tion and revenge which have entered so
largely into the composition of Radical res?
olutions."' There is no suggestion of threat
or violence in the address of the committee,
and there must be a like absence of threat
and violence on the part of the Republi?
cans, if any good is to be accomplished. It
is useless to urge the colored people to be
law-abiding and pacific in their conduct,
when you tell them in the same breath that
their wrongs are too great to be endured,
and that no man could blame them if they
began the work of vindictive retaliation. It
is vain to curb the steed if the spur be
driven into his flanks at the same time.
The colored people must be told as the
white people are told, that the law alone is
their proper protector. There must be an
end to threatening and incendiary speeches
like tho?c which have already lcd to so
much trouble and bloodshed. Without this
the pacific professions of the Republicans
will be of little avail.
We speak in the interest of peace, believ?
ing that the quiet and security of the Stale
can be maintained if both Republicans and
Democrats will be moderate in speech and
modorate in action. We believe that an
impartial administration of the law, and n
hearty and earnest co-operation on the part
of both parties, can give us that public and
private security which could never be had
while any set of men urge their followers,
by implication, to commit arson, assassina?
tion, or open murder.
In England the claim of the women is
steadily and persistently pressed. At first
it was received with some surprise and
treated as a joke; but it has been made in
so many boroughs, by women of so unex?
ceptionable a position, and with the aid of
such eminent counsel, that it has at last
proved its right to be seriously dealt with.
Its success in the County of Kent was, per?
haps, accidental, as the thirty-three women
were left on thc register of voters because
nobody objected; but in Loudon itself the
claim of a weman named JA.NK ALLEN has
been argued like any other claim, and
finally admitted on legal and technical
grounds. This is the first judicial decision
in England in favor of the wt.in.iirs demand
for thc fianchise, and is ol'reid importance,
although the Revising Barrisiei'c Court is
a Eomewhat irregular tribunal. Mr. Axs
1 uv, who rendered the decision, is a man
of some note at the Bar and in liiurniure.
lie was in Parliament from 1847 io livj'J.
and was afterwards Attoruc^-Gi ucrul at
The London correspondent of the New
York Tribune sends to that paper th* fol?
lowing statement relative to the dec.sion:
" Mr. Anstey has based his decision d:ttinct
ly upon tho statement that women lonucriy !
bad and used the franchise, and that they have
not been deprived of it by legislation nor lost
it by non user. The dictum of Coke ho set
aside as hoing a dictum merely, and as applying
only to freeholders, and not to the case of an
occupying claimant Uke the present. Thc legal
position of women be held tobe much stronger
than it is commonly believed tobe. The Magna
Charta, the rights* of lifo, liberty and property
are allowed to women, and an act of Parliament
declared that peeresses had the right to bo tried
by peeresses, as peers by peera. Taxation acts
and penal acts wen construed to apply to
women, unless they were expressly excluded.
AR to the argument* that women bad forfeited
by non user whatever risbt they originally pos?
sessed, Mr. Anstey pointed out that tho oppor?
tunity to make a claim had boen denied them.
Since the reign of James I-1G03-1G25-no such
claim could have boen made in a court of law.
In ihat reign, a standing order was made by
tho House that no application regarding thc
privilege of voting should b2 brought before
any other tribunal than thc Legislature itself.
That omer was not ic?ieakd till August, 18G8.
What, then, became of the argument of ?io?i
user, when Parliament itself prohibited a claim
ftom being tried in the courts? Mr. Anstey
proceed to say that, under thc common Jaw,
women were registered as burgesses, for they
were hablo to tho duties of watci and ward.
Tho roll of Parliament co. fained records of
women being in Parliament-a fact which I
havo before not seen urged. Still more curious
is the statement that wheu Mrs. Copley claimed
that the was entitled to return a member for a
borough herself, a committee decided that the
constituency was not a closo borough. If that
lady had been incapacitated by ber sex, the
question would not have boen "entertained at
all. It was not till after thc great rebellion and
thc revolution that tho female suffinge fell out
ofu8e. But, says our magistrate, there is not
a single decision, not even of tho High Court
of Parliament itself, to deprive women of the
common law right to vote, excapt in the case of
freeholders as already mentioned. The often
quoted words of tho Reform act of 1832, "male
persons ' were disposed of with the remark
also new-that that was used only in the "ena?
bling" clause of that act, not in tho "disabling"
olau8es. Evidently the framers of that act did
not wish to take away cid rights, however far
they might go iu conferring new ones."
In the Registration Court of the City of
London, Mr. SIDNEY SMITH has delivered a
sp' sch cf singular ingenuity and research
in ?>Tor of the claim of LYDIA NOTFORD to
the franchise. Here arc a few specimen
"It is on record that, in tho reign of Eliza?
beth, Dame Dorothea Pakington, widow of Sir
John Pakington, Knt., voted for two burgesses
to sit for the town ot Aylesbury in Parliament,
tho ?beriff having previously issued bis pre?
cept to her. There is another instanco in thc
case of the lady-1 bog her pardon, the lord of
the manor of Gatt-voting for members ot Par?
liament. In 1739, Sir Wm. Lee, Chief Justice
of the Kiug's Bench, decided, and tho other
learned judges agreed with bim, that a femme
so'e having a freehold might vote for members
of Parliament, und this is the only occasion on
which tho question bas boon raised before t-io
higher courts. In concluding bis argument,
Mr. Smith quoted 'Things not Generally
Euora,'to the effect that ladies of birth and
quality sat in council with tho Saxon witas;
that iti the reign of Henry HI and Edward I,
abbesses were summoned to Parliament; and
that in the thirty-fifth year of thc reign ot Ed?
ward IU, the Countesses of Norfolk, Ormond,
March, I'embroko, Oxford and Athol, with other
ladies, were compelled to send proxies to Par?
The claim was rejected by the revising
barrister, but bc remarked that he was con?
vinced there was a very strong arguable
case on technical grounds. An appeal was
allowed, and this, with many other case.?,
will soon be beard before the Court of Com?
mon Plear, where a number of learned gen?
tlemen in musty wigs will decide, every one
of them, against thr women.
fast atti) /anno.
LOST, OA SA TU It DAT?" AFTERNOON
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October 2C 3*
ftOKTY HOUSE STATIONARY EN?
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respect, and in thorough working order, will be sold
lo*. Apply to CHlsOLM BRO ill ELS, Adger's
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October24 No. 275 Kinii-street.
COUNTERS FOR SALE.-FOR SALE,
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turned legs, stroagly made, newly painted, and ali
in good order. Apply at No. 281 KING-SI BEET,
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KO O.M.s TO KENT. APPLY AT NO.
October 26 mwf G+
TO lt D VJ', THAT DESIRABLE BRICK.
RESIDENCE, No. 70 Wentworth-sb-cet, corner of
St. Philip, contiining six rooms, dressing room,
pantry, la'ge cistern and double piazza, with ample
outbuildings. The entile premises have been
thorougbjv icpaired ami painted. Also, for rent,
No. ll ST. PHILIP-i-TREET. corrcspon-liug to
above. These Dwelling* being directly ou the hue of
City Cars and ce trail y localed render them particu?
larly advantageous to business nvn. Apply to
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Planlers' and Mechan'Ct' Eau!;"Building, East Bay.
October 26 mws3
TO RENT, TWO LARGE ROOMS OVER
th'.- Store of WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
October 24 No. 275 King street.
AVERY PLEASANT SUITE OF APART?
MENTS to rent, with pla?za and private stair?
case a. tacked. The room s can be rented separately
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Ac. Apply at 1HE NEWs OFFICE.
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south ol' Wentworth-itreet, now occupied by F. von
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rpo KENT, FOR THE SUMMER, A
JL HOUSE, containing eight rooms, pleasantly sit?
uated, on thc front beach Sullivan's Island, back of
Beauregard Battery. Apply at DAILY NEW? OF?
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STORE AND HOUSE TO RENT. IN
King-street, fourth door above Gecrge-street,
east side, 'the f-toie has a neat Glass Front. The
House aud premises are very convenient for a family
resldeu.'c. Ren', only S COO per annum to a good and
responsible teuant. Apply between the hour.-* of
Seven and Hight o'clock in the Evening, lo JACOB
OtTOLENGTjrr, a'. Charleston Hotel,
totober 22 3
TO RENT, AT SULLIVAVS ISLA NO,
two adjoiniug TWO-STORY HOUSES, si ma tn ;
close lo Fort Beauregard, both having do ble
piazzas f icing north und routh. Roth floured are
in good condition, and well adai ted for private res .
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September 25 fmwl3
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L KEtt has removed bis Oilice from No. 79
B;-.iad-s(roet to No. 74 HASEL-STRLET, two doors
east ol the Po-toffiec. July 24
BOAT BUILDING AND SHIP CAR PEX
TEEING.-W. R. WEBB and J. J DEWITT
haling formed ii copartnership, will conduct the
burin?e? of SHIP CARPENTERING in all its
din>ivnt details, and aiso ?OAT BUILDING, nt thc
font o? LAURENS-SIUEET.
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v L.MlO URINARY ORGANS, will receive the latent
sr'eaij?? treatment, by p'aclng themselves undor
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i ASEL-slREET, three doora east from IhePost
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family for Gentleman and wife; location con?
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Charleston Post?me?. October 26
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with Rood recommendations. Apply ut No. 7
DOUGH 1Y-STREET, opposite Arsenal.
0c ober 20 1*
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MAN, TWO DNF?RNl.-HED ROOMS in a
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por.ion fif tho city. No board required. Apply to
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October 20 3
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The n xt session will open on thc 27th October,
Board, Tuition, Waahhig, Stationery.$200 00
Further information ctn bo obtained from thc Presi?
dent of thu College, or from Kev. D. J. QUIGLF.Y,
Cathedral, Charleston, S. C. 10 October 19
JjT 1SS PEGRAM'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
Nos. 106 AND 10S LINKEN ROW, FRANKLIN-STBBET.
THE DUTIES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE RE?
SUMED on the Jin' tay of October next
Circulars can be had ot GtORGE L. BIDGOOD,
Booksellers, of STEVENS, PKG RAM k CO., or of
Box No. 12C, Richmond, Virginia.
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 33 WENTWOR I'H-S'lBEET, LECTURE ROOM
OF EKGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
TUE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES TN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, n-KADINO, GI'.RMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are irom 7 to S o'clock P. At.
Terms-S2 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged titra.
Derember2 C. H. BERGMANN.
Thc undersigned, having sold his cntiro interest
in the Hotel known as thc
In Columbia, S. C., would take groat pleasure in re?
commending bis friends to continue their patronage
to tho uew proprietors.
Mr. WRIGHT has hal chargo of the Hotel for
me for a year past, and will continue to have the
entire managemeut o; the Hntel under the new ar?
I feel assured thal the house will maintain its for
mer reputauou as a first-^lass Ii o tel.
T. S. NICKERSON.
COLOMBIA, S. C., September 1. 18C8.
t-ei-tember 24 thm2uio8
g PUTTS WOOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PROPRDC-OHS,
BICH MOND, VA.
1 ILMOK HOUSE,
KIRKLAND ? CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
ADAME G 1 D I E R E ,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
ClIAHLLSTON, S. C.
Transient Board S~ 30 per Day.
E W IO K K HOTEL,
No. 7 2 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
U. M. H1LDRETU Af CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FiH>T-?"LArf!r
HOTEL, as popularly known in former time.'
under the management o'. J, B. MON NOT, Esq., aud
moro recently uutle -l?'Ut o? HIRAM CRANSTON fc
0 ,, ia now undci the proprietorship of .Messrs. D.
M. HILDKEiU ?\: T. B. ROCKWAY, uuerlhe lirm ol
D. M. EILDRE1U ie CO.
The senior partner from Lis lone Oxporience as a
pioprioior of the Veranda, M. Loins .ind st. Charte?
Hotels of New Orleans, flatter* himself that he can
assure his friends and thc puh'iic ccnerally, t'-at its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-tlas
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
management. lyr* February 13
BURNS' tl i.V. ll I TAB Ll-; ASSOCIATION.
AMEETING OF THIS ASSOCIATION WILL
be held This Evening, at Merchants Hotel,
corner of King and Society stree's, at EIGHT
The new members will please present themselves
to sign Ibe Constitution.
By order. W. F. PADDON,
Oclobcr 2G 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COM.
AREGT"L\R MEETING OF THE CHAMBER
will bo hold This Evening, (Monday), October 26,
at half-past Seven o'clock P. IL. at the Hibernian
The Committee on the Revision of tho Rules will
report. Members in arrears, and newly elected mem?
bers who have not signed the rules, will take notice
By order. P. J, DARBOT,
October 26 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
THE ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD AT
the orphan Hou-c, ToMorrow, the 27ih inst,
at TW ELVE o'clock. A full attendance is requested,
and the Bubscnpti ns for tho ensuing year will bo
gladly received by tho Treasurer, as she is unable to
send for them. 2 Octobcr26
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COM?
11HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS of lliis Company will beheld at this
Omeo on Monday, the second (2d) day of November
rext, at which time an Election for E';:ht (8) Direc?
tos will take place. 1 he Polls will bc open from 10
to 2 o'clock.
Hy order. S. W. RAMSAY,
October 26 C Secretary ?nd Treasurer.
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. 9. A. F. M.
AREGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
T.odgo will be held This Evening (Monda*), at
Masonic Hall, nt ba'f-i ast Seyen o'clock. Candidates
for thc E. A. and F. C. Degrees will be punctual in
By order of tho W. M. IL JAMES,
Octobor 26 1 Acting Secretary.
GERMAN DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
ANUMEROUS AND PUNCTUAL ATTEND?
ANCE This Evening is respectfully requested,
as matters of greatimpor.ance will be discus.-ed and
determined upon. It is also respectfully requested
that all claims against Ibo Clul*be rendeted in at this
meeting. The meeting will be opened as usual at
EIGH'l o'clock, and will be addressed by Professor
HERMANN MEIER, of Germany, and or I: ers.
Tbe Vice-presidents and Committees will please to
assemble at SEVEN o'clock for preliminary consul?
tation. JOHN A. WAGENER,
October 26 1 ?f resident.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, IVAKD No. 1.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEEI LNG OF THIS
CLUtl will be hold at South Carolina Hali TAis
Evening, at half-past Seven o'clock.
EUGENE W. WEST,
Octobor 26 1 Recording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WA BD Ko. 8.
AN EX CK A MEETING OF THIS CLUB WILL
beheld This (Monday) Evening, at the Club?
room, Spring-street, at Seven o'clock. Business of
importance will be i/roueht lorward. All citizens of
tho Ward aro earnestly requested lo be present
W. WALTER RILEY,
October 26 1 Recotfdinc Secretary,
WOt. KI ?G COMMITTEE WARD No. 7.
AMEETING OF THE WORKING COMMITTEE
ot Democratic Club Ward No. 7 will bc held
at (ho Hall in Nassro-street This Evening, at half
past Seven o'clock. Dy order
Cctober 26 CHAIRMAN COMMITTEE.
VOTERS WARD No. 7.
THE REGISTRATION BOOKS FOR WAR? No. 7
will bc oponed at the < olumLus-strcct Eugine
House on thc 24th, 26th ai. d 27th clays of this month,
and as it has been necessary to copy from tho regis?
ter taken last Juno, and as Ulereare doutts in regard
to ccitain names thereon, all citizens of tho Word
arc requested to call aid see that their names and
residences are properly recorded, as any irregulari?
ty m this respect will forfeit their right to VOL?.
THOM Ah D EASON.
Oclobcr 23 C President 7th Ward Club.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS,
DRAPERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
TUE PROPRIETORS Oe THIS ESTABLISH?
MENT, iu.-titu cd as far back as 1825, announce
that they aro in receipt of a fud assortment of
FRENCH and ENGLISH COATINGS, CASSIMEKES
BLACK and BROWN BEAVER CLOTHS
BLACK ZEPHYR and TRICOT CLOTHS
BLUE and PEACH BLOSSOM CHINCHILLA
BLACK and BLUE I LAIN FRENCH.
These Goods will bc very fashionable this fall, and
are well adapted to Ladies, SB WALKING CLOAKS
and M ANT ILLAS. They will be i-old by this House
by the yard, at a lower prico than can be bought
in this city. This fine stoc?, in addition, consists
Fancy Colored COATINGS and CASSIMERES, for
FRENCH BLACK DOESKINS and FANCY CASSI
DRAB and MIXED ENGLISH CORDUROYS
RICH SILK VELVETS, CASSIMEREd and SILK
Those Goods, which are of the finest quality, tho
firm will dlspofo ol by the yard, or they will be
made up to order at prices considerably lower tnan
market valuo. (. all in ut
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
October 17 _
pr i) (00005, (ftc.
g T RA li's S & VANCE,
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS, FOREIGN DllY. GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices is respectfully solicited. All orJcrs punc?
tually Ulled. Au sinew in New York will furnish sup?
plies of New Goods by every steamer.
July au Smo-i
QHEAP DRY GOODS I CHEAP DRY'
CORNER uF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by every steamer, large invoices ot
the CHEAPEST FALL G?ODS which have ever been
offered iu his market. City rs woll as couutry buy
eii- can nave lroui tineen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods tioui the above linn.
A lot of Dress Goods, trom 2U to 25 cents , er yard
Best Iri-h Popliur, from 30 to 5U cents per yard
calicoes, at 10, 12ji ?nd 15 cents per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirts, from 51 25 up
8-4 While Table Damask, only $1 per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only 6t. cents por yard
Worsted Table Cloths, trom Si 25 up
A large assortment ol Whi t und Colon d Haunch at
vory low prices
SOU pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, b -
low i ost, will be soli! from i'.i up
Colored Q..ilts. from SI 75 to S2
White Marseilles Quilt-, 10-1, 11-4, U4, from 50
Ladies' En-lish H se, without scuni6, lrom 37 lo 50
bali, uts, from 50 ;o 75 cent?
A laige qatiti'y ol the la est sty;e of Cassimeres, (rora
SI to ? 50
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from $2 to S3 50
A . arioiy ot shaw s, ut ii, S2 5U, it), $3 50, $4, and io
Brown and White .-rhirtius, ut 10, 12 !2 and 15 cents
Als.i, flue brauche; of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' aud Geet's Underwear at different prices
Gent's SOCKS, from 10 up to 50 cents
The best French Corsets, fioiu 75 cents to SI
The latest style of Felt J id Straw Hats
Trimmings, Huttons, Ribbons ic, at the lowes*, cash
Choice colors Empress Cloth, only 85c
Shepherd's Tlaid from 2D to 25c
Merinos fi om 5ue up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from Ss5.00 up
Ladies and Men's Kid Gloves oi ly SI.U)
ay-lteniembcr the CHEAP STORE, at thc
CORNE It OF CALHOUN AND KING SIREIiTS.
WK ?L<-0 NOTD7? OUR PATRONS AND THE
public in general that wo have built an addition to
our store, inclusively for BOOTS, SHOES HATS,
TRUNKS, Arc, which will be sold at the lowest cash
Call and examine our Stock.
j>3r- ENTRANCE IN CALHOCN-STREFT.
FURCHGOTT ?Si ERO.,
No. 437 KING-STKEET.
September 21 3mo
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
any quantitv, price 75 cents per hundred. Apply
at the Oliice of the DAILY NEWS. February 20
MONDAT EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1868.
SKIFF 6i GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS I
Now in their Tenth Annual Tour.
TWENTY DISTINGUISHED ARTDJTS !
A GRAND TRIPLE CLOG !
Thc Evonlng's Entertainment will conclude with
PRODUCTIONS OF PANITHIOPTICONWA.
Doors surrounded at Sevan. Skirmishing it Eight.
Admission-Parquet SI: Tack .-cats50 cents.
JOE G lYLOrtD. Ucneral Agent
JOE MACK, Assistant. fc
October 23 0
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK
FOE SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
October 23 tow Imo
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
Ll'SESNE k WELLS, No. 10 Br.-ad-street
October 2 Imo
A. JD. FLEMING'S
I fANBY FACTORY,
NO. 341 KING-STREET,
BRANCH STORK CORNER KINO AND ANN
rpAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS
customers, aud public in general, that he is
now ready, with a full 6upply of CANDIES of his
own mauuf ic'uring. Keeps constantly on haud a
fresh supply of FRENCH CANDIES, of the greifest
variety. Fresh C/?KEs and PIES Oj all sorts are
dally baked at his Steam Candy Factory. The
public in general, and particularly thc country mer?
chants, will find it to their interest hy giving him a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
October 26 Imo
?jfli?inern (Sooty &c.
ALL AND WINTER
A FALL STOCK
OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES,
OPENED THIS DAY,
TO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF CUSTOMERS
October 23 fmwfi No. 4M KING-STREET.
j^r-ISS R. A. MURTLAND,
No. 308 KING-STREET,
?% WOULD RESPECT
S FULLY inform the g|M
|jj Ladies Ihat she has
y opened a handsome
^J -'ift assortment of ^J'iti
iv? S $
FALL AND WINTFR MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wini 3mus
HARDWARE AND SADDLERY
FOR SALE AT COST,
HASTIE CALHOUN & CO.,
No. 39 HA?KE-SJ REET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
HAVING DECIDED TO CLOSE OUR PRESENT
business, we shall oller at cort prices, during
the next few weeks, our entire stock ot
HARDWARE BUILDERS' HARDWARE
CUTLERY TURPENTINE TOOLS
GUNS IRON, ic.
Also, a large assonmtut of Saddl.ry, consisting in
SA JDLER6' AND COACHMAKERS' HARDWARE
SHOE FISDfNGS tc.
These goods are well a-sortcd, iu prime condition,
and were puichascd by us fir ca?ll at lowe tvalua
tlon. Some ol them are of our direct importation
or manufacture. 'I he utteutkm < f country uier
chanlsis cs ari-illy called lo thia advertisement
Wc also offer for rent or I casa the Hue Iron Front
Four-story Brick More, No. 3'J Bayne-ftreet, built
?-ince thc war, with lixture- Include together with
thc Two-;tory Warehouse No. 72 M-uket-streo , in
rear of and conuected with premises aforesaid.
HASTIE, CALHOUN li CO.
Oetob r 20 3 fm2
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS.
JU. UAPPOLDT. PRACTICAL GUNMAKER,
, No. 119 M c E1ING-sTREET, oilers at low
priers to suit the times, BREECH-LOADING DOU?
BLE GUNS MUZZLE-LOADING DOUHLK (UT >S,
Superior Single Guns for Boy .J. Abu. RIFLES, RE?
VOLVERS. EQCTl'.YifcNTs AND AMMUNITION.
REPAluING executed a? u>u:t'..
October 23 ti:i>\ Imo
ESALAS. AG F NT FOR THE CHARLESTON
a i ranch ol thc Havana Sogar Factor)'? "La
Valentina," would rcspee l'ullv invite th? atteuliou
ol'dealers aud smokers t? ids very :arge stock of
HAVANA AND DOME* i IC SEGARS, ot ll grades
and >izes. excelled by few in this country, ami war?
ranted to bc as represente I,
Sample boxes soul to tuc country and '?rder.? ex?
ecuted by Express, c O O., or au days'cf :y accep?
No. IIS EAST B '. V-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 24 mwfi?nio
JOH N S . HORtiBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
thepubbe that he ! a -comm-need the ?.O.Vt
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS aud
sol'cits a share of their patronage.
August 17 :inio
l-HlRLESTOi HOTEL feTABLSS
rriHF.SE T-XTFNSIVB STABLES ARE NOW IN
JL thorough :epair and contain
A FULL STOCK OF HORS E? AND VEHICLE
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Which can be obtained at all hours.
OPEN AND CIOSE CARRIAGES AND BUG?
GIES ALWAYS OX HAND.
HORSES ALSO TAKLN ON LIVERY.
DOUGHS k JACK-ON,
Charleston Hotel Stables,
Faptembor3 2mos* Pinckney-street.
rpHE GREENVILLE ENTERPRISE,
JL CT. F. TOWNES, Editor; J. C. HAILEY, Pro
piictor and Associate, has a good ciret;tat:o:i In both
town and country, and is read in the Counties of
Pickens, Anderson, Ocouee, Spartauburg, au.i Lau?
rens. Its popularity continuos to increase, aud will
well repay thc Charleston merchants to advertise in
its columns. Terms as usual. Address as per above.
dprarcrics nn? ?lisctUntm.
CLEAR AIN D CL E A ;< RIB SIDES,
simi'LiiERS. ll ADIS, ?fcc.
ar BHDS. RTRIiryLYPRIMEWESTERNCLEi?
? AND CL?AE RIBsIfES AND -UOULDEES
10 buds. Bright sec?n I Qual ty shoulders
600 choice Pugir-cured Huns favori e brands
10 bb:s. Choice sugar cured Pig ihouldc 8
10 bnls. Choice Sugar-Cur-d Bacon Necks.
Landing and for sale bv
. LAUREY i ALEX ANDED*.
October 26_ 1
?AA BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY,
OUvy l.nuin? Hom ship Owego.
For ?ale by w. B. SUITH & co.,
October 2G 1 Nspiei?'? Eanje.
QAAA SA"KS LIVERPOOL SALI', LARGE
Olly v sacks und fine o.der, now lauding
from British Bark "AusJell."
For sale by T. J. EE Ul: & CO.
YARNS! lAHNS! YA NS t
JUST RECEIVED. 6 BALES YARNS, ASSORT?
ED sizes, and for sale by
J. A. EN-LOW k CO.,
October 26 1 No. HI East Bay.
GRAIN, FLOUR, JUT, &c
1 A HA A B?HELS EN NESS LE CORN
J\.\J?*J\J \J 2'J00 bushels Bait! m oso Grinding
COO bushels Tcunesscc Oats
1000 bushels Cow i'eas
500 bales Primo North River Hay
150 i b's. 1 xtra Flour-Northern
500 sacks Family and Extra Flour- "Campscn
Seed Rye, Oats and Who it.
All of which wilt bo sold low.
October 12 mih3w JNO. OAMTSI N ??0.
BACON, HAM . ?c.
aj"V HHDS. CHOICE RIB AND C. R. SIDES
JV.' 30 hhds. Clu.iec shoulders
?50 tierces finest quality Sugur-cured Hams
100 tubs Lar 1
CO bags Rio and Laguayi a Coflce,
15 bales GUNNY BAGGING
IOU half coils Greenleaf Rope
150 coils Flax Rope.
50 hhds. )
30 tierces S SUGARHOU-E SYRU P
20 barrels New Orleans Molasses.
For tale by HENEY COBLA ft CO.
October 24 2
PIG HAMS, STRIPS, AM) FCL
TO.V KARKKT BES? l<\
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIP CHARLES?
TON, a supply of Choice Suga;-cured PIG
HAMS, unbare 1
Extra Breakfast Bacon Stripp, and Fu'lon Market
Beef, very choice.
Owing to a declive in thc Bacon mark t the Hams
and stn. s, as above-mentioned, are ortered at a re?
duced price at thc
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Soithwost cornet Mee.mg and nari et streets.
Goods delivered free. < i.-tober 24
JUST RECEIVED. 259 -CHOICE SMOKED
TONGUES, at 75 couts and $1
For sale by ?. A. AMME,
Southeast corner Market and uccting-sts.
October 24_ _2
OAAA BEST VISCOUNTESS SLATES
OUUU 12,001) best Latins' slates.
Just received var bark Au dell, from Liverpool.
For sale by KOBI R t MURK ft CO.,
October 21 ft G Bovce's wharf.
cn KA I7 TEE. "
GOOD BEEF FOB SALE AT THE s l'A LL No.
47, Lower Market, from 6 to . J cents per
pound. 3* i te ober 22
STRICTLY PHiriE \\ TERN
rjr HHDS STRICTLY PRIME WESTERN
i O BOULDERS
B O tierces Extra Choi' e ' in ?un .ti Siigar-cjred
Hams, in store and for sa e hy
Octobor22 3 Nos. 17 and 10 Vendue itange.
WES TE UN KULK BACON.
HHDS. CLEAR BIB S!I>K<. DRY .-ALTED
5 hhds. Ct ar sides, smoked
10 Iuds, shoulders smoked.
Just received, and for sala bj
October 1 I' et Bay.
"IAA CALES BORNEO BAGGING, OF EXTRA
J. Uv/ weight and width.
For ?ale by GEO. A. TRENUO: M & SON.
October 3 stuthlS
HT&~H! W. i ATi?i?.T7v>)UD'S
EXTRA FINK, PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUR PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our former numerous CUHIOUKTS ut the
South, we have appointed Mc^ro. H. GERDTS &
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are
enabled to supply the trade ?a prices wutch will on
H. A H. W. CATiiEllWOOD.
II. & H. AV. CATIIEK WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
PA BBLS.OrTHli AHOV FA WRITE WHI9
Q\J KEYS, consisting ol X. XX. XXX, XXXX.
and NECTAR and ? AB INET KUAN rt?, and also of
Now lauding, and for sale low by
H. UKRDT-i & CO.,
September 4 2tnos Ko. IBS East Bay.
T?QUORS !TiTqv RSI
GREAT REDUCTION' .1? S ?' MADE.
HAVING MADE SRRANGEMEN fS WITH SOME
of I he best importing houses of New York
and Philadelphia, we are now enabled io offer our
stock o? WHISKEY, Brandy. B irt, Madeira, Sherry
and Claret Wiues, l ure llollaud Gin, London Porter
and Scotch Ale. Stoutou's Bitters, ic, it greatly re?
Par ies in want cf any of the above a-tides, would
do well io (dvc ns a call bef >re purchasing i lsewhere.
QnT'k iales and small Pf'lits i ; our tnouo
BYl NE * Fix?ARTY,
No. 452 King-street, corner John s roet,
Charle *jn, S. C.
. rr.icE HST
OLD KENTUCKY BOURIJON WU'S KEY, per gal?
Old .Monongahela Rye W'hi kev. pe;- galloi.2 25
superior Monongahela Rye Wt isUey, per ?al... .2 50
G.oiec Old Monougaho a Ree Whiskey, X .2 80
Choleo Old Monongahela Rvo Whiskey XX.3 00
Choice Old Monongahela Ry .J Whi.-Kev. XXX ...3 25
Old Ncctir.4 00
Pure Hol'aud Gin.i CO
Fine Old Burg.-.udv Port Win .3 UO
Fine 'dd Madeira Win ..3 00
Fine Old Sherry wine.3 00
Stoutou's i itteis. per bot.l-. 75
Loudon Borter, wurr-nted. |>crdozoii bottles-3 00
Engl sh aud scotrh Ale, per Qozeu bottl-s.i 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.6 00
l ort Wine, per dozen bottle*.7 50
Madeira Wine, pei dozen cottle*.7 50
sherry Wine, per dozen bonier.7 50
Whiskey, per dosen bottle!..0 to 12
Gin, per dozen bottles.12 00
A diso unt of ten per cent. .\ii! Le all ?wed on all
billa ol $50. lino < ?c ober 6
~MILL P?ND~Q\T fM,
PLAN t ED, NUKTUIt:'' AND FED BY THE
Catmcnsboro' Comnany, aniv.;r*ill> uckuowl
edged by jad;es tobe ta<riiuesi Hawed oYS'ERS
in thc wur d-fat tbcinsclve un - tnusi latteuing
nourishment. .-u-. rior t > > >i "'.!; sud New Iori
Bivalves in delicacy, swe.-w.c -- ind r.-b.-h
To be had lu quantity o at re ail, by ne terrel,
bushel or pc k ia the shell, fud h. t:o gallon, quart
or put opened, at tue WES I ND < >F m. -s iREEC.
(i?tober 6_J' 'ilN S. s- TI -lip i'. Ageul.
CO-OPE RAT* VE .V. . t E Y,
SOUTHWEST COR VE li MF ETI \ G AND
MA It K ET S I t; EE'i's,
* N EXTENSIVE, v\R,ED AND C I KEF! LEY
J\. selected supply id Ila. NEC .Illili OS
LIFE, and also the Inrnr cs- WINE -, LIQUORS,
etc -will at all rimes be toauJ a: t. . above Store,
ss'ablisbed under the auspi cs ot ti, : 'i' ,l.METIO
PIONEER CO-OPERA 1TVE \>s... IK '0 4," ind
which Will conii.iue and extend ti.- d.'ntijes it
already off'^'s to the pi di.- Pr?.: i rt .-als and
bargains will bc reguUrb rci?arto?l. i : >.-<forv ClciU.
ty afforde 1 patrotis
Thc "objeei" ot the A?"?clatiO!i i- :.- tiri li :n
its charter, "To lanais!] m mu r p. >ii ,.iit>!ic
with the necessaries of lite ot goo?lq ?'?>?.?. nluiuv
rate.l, and at lowest in.iiket nt. ?, ti1 ?-on the
prolits oi such sale* to a-uumabu ut/iu? for its
Copies <>f t ic Cotiitimtvai ml ?. IA ...?-in be
found ut the More ol the vSiOci-'. . >, vi i it :o
iiuir:es legurdiug the pr-acticii wo.-..i. >? Ul teaicr*
prise w I! be most cu -eriu. y au prj.u ?ly -..itis.l. J.
W. H. WELCH, su . . I'ju-uJ MI.
J. N. WIGI-'ALL, ASS- am
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For sale by E. H. KELLERJ A: CO.,
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