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-Gold at New York closed at S4J, with a de?
-At New York cotton wa8 less active and
Bcarctly so firm. Sales 2800 bales, at 251 cents.
-The Liverpool cotton market closed firm.
Salas 1800 bales. Uplands lld.; Orleans Hid.
-Brooklyn, from its numerous boarding?
houses, is called "Hashtown," according to the
. Boston Post.
-Governor Seymour addressed an immense
meeting of the Democracy in Chicago Saturday
_Beal estate speculators, operating for a
fall, have got up & new dodge in New York
State. They try to frighten house owners by
- circulating reports of earthquake shocks.
-It is authoritatively denied that Mr. Pen?
dleton advised or desired a change of candi?
dates on the Democratdo ticket, or thr>t he ever
wrote or telegraphed on the subject, as stated
' in some of the papers.
-A boy attempting to crawl through a hole
in which an iron shaft was revolving at the
rate of one hundred and fifty times a minute,
at Providence, K. L, recently, it caught his*
clothes and stripped them from his body. Be
clung to the shaft unt? the engine was stopped,
and escaped unhurt.
-Pennsylvania has a greater length of rail?
road than any other State. Tho first f JUT are :
Pennsylvania, 4311 miles; Ohio, 3S98 mfie?;
New York, 3245 miles; Illinois, 3224 miles. In
1860, Pennsylvania was the fourth State, hav?
ing only 2598 miles
-A young mtin, pastor of a Baptist Church
in Kenosha, Wisconsin, could not find any one
in town who dared to perform the necessary
task of painting his church spire. Accord?
ingly he raised a ladder to the top of the spire,
tied a rope round it and round his body, then
boldly swung off, and painted the spire himself.
-The Franklin Telegraph Company, in con
. nection with tho Pacific and Atlantic Lines to
Memph is. Tennessee, have been completed and
opened for business to New York. The Frank?
lin Company reduced the rates as soon as com?
munication was established from $9 90, the old
price, to $2 25 for ten words.
-Tho last and most interesting scries of
base ball matches, played by the English crick?
eters, took place last Saturday .on the Union
Grounds at Morrisania, New York, tho occasion
being a testimonial to the English Cricketeis
by the base ball fraternity of New York. The
American nine was composed of players from
the Union, Mutual and Active Clubs. Six in?
nings were played, and the game resulted in
another defeat for the Britishers, the score
being-England, ll; America, 20.
-Further details from California represent
the earthquakes which have taken place there
-as much more extensive and ruinous than at
first reported. A wide extent of country was
convulsed, and many towns entirely ruined,
.others pail ly so. Clouds of dust and steam
and volumes of water issued through fissures
in the earth in many places.- The custom?
house in San Francisco is a complete wreck,
and the damage done in the oity is estimated
-by some at $2.000,000. In the State of Nevada
.the shock was scarcely felt. :
-A terrible disaster occurred on Monday
.night last to the express train from New York
on the Hudson River Railroad. The catas?
trophe occurred three miles below Greenbush,
and was caused by a broken rail. The train
.consisted of twelve cars-four passenger 1
..coaches, five sleeping cars, a freight and bag- I
gage car and an express car. Three coaches
. and two sleeping cars wero thrown from the
track and are completely wrecked. A lady
passenger was killed outright and John David
eon died the next morning. Some forty per?
sons were injured. The disaster was caused by :
-A New York letter of the 22d inst, says :
"A singular occurrence in the financial world
; lends force to the not uufrequent statement ]
' that there is something rotten in the mone- ,
tary Denmark. A WaU-street firm drew a
check for $218,000 in gold on one of the most '
substantial banks, as was thought, in this city.
On presentation, the bank officers said it
wasn't good. One of the members of the firm
' -then went to the bank, said it was good, and i
"they would certify it. On this the troth came
.ont. The bank did not have that much gold,
MOT could it command it. The matter was
finally settled by $168,000 in specie then, and
the balance, $50,000, thereafter. There has
been much talk over the circumstance. Anoth?
er thing to be noted is that nobody knows how
.much the national debt ?B. Only the recorded
?debt is given in the monthly statements, and
some say there are at least $4,000,000,000 of
outstanding liabilities, war claims, etc. Cut
this down one-half, and it is awful; cut it down
even seventy-five per cont., aid yet it is dread?
ful to think of such an accession to the pre?
-This little history is given in a California
.-paper of the process of engaging the Japanese
?juggling troupes, and decoying them from Ja?
pan. The process involves much "red-tape
diplomacy," and affords numerous opportuni
. ties for swmdling parties who seek to contract.
The first step to be taken in the game of ..bag?
ging" a Japanese troupe to take abroad is to
secure the services of a broker, who charges a
per cent, that is nearly equivalent to tho prin?
cipal. This bro'cer then secures thc aid of an
Jnterior Japanese broker, who is also a heavy
"per center.'' The Japanese broker scours thc
interior and brings in troupes for inspection.
^The collected troupes give exhibitions of their
akil! before the party desiring to contract, and
a selection is made. Single members of dif?
ferent troupes cannot be engaged. If one or
two striking performers are obeerved in an
otherwise indifferent troupe, thoy cannot bo
had unless the entire troupe is engaged, as
single performers cannot be induced to break
-from their respective troupes. After a choice
ir made, a contract has to be entered into with
.the government, and passports taken out
through tho Japanese Customhouse. By the
time the contracting party is fairly embarkod
with bis jugglers, he finds himself "jugged" :
ont of a comfortable fortune, with the market '
4n which "he hopes to retrieve himself thous
ands of watery miles away, and be natu
begins to feel that his wonderful "tub tri
stand after all upon costly and uncertain
-An intelligent correspondent o? the Cii
nati Commercial, writing from Utah, tb
that Mormonism is on the wane. He ?
"One rather intelligent Mormon told rn
thought, as tho Gentiles slowly crowded tc
South, the brethren would sell out, and r
to the Southern settlements, and, intime,
entire Church would remove from this regi
For my part, I think I can already sec
forces at work which are slowly tending to
destruction of Mormonism, though as yet tl
are more within than without the chu
During my stay I have become acquaii
with a large number of young men, and 11
the first one to see who understands his i
gion thoroughly, or is at all devout in it.
old people, the original converts, are the n
indoctrinated, so to speak, and earnest
gionists I ever mel. Other poople "belie
they "know it is true, by the help and witi
of God's spirit;''but at least one-half of
young men are infidels. While such is
case with them, the young women arc cqu
"bent on turning out of the way. They m
fest a most perverse tendency toward the G
tiles, and never fail to take one for a husb
when the opportunity offers; and this se<
natural enough. To my eye, it is evident t
polygamy tends to the degradation of won
I have taken the testimony, profession
speaking, of thirteen Mormon women, of wi
but three defended polygamy as a blessin;
itself. Four others were non-committal,
spoke of it mildly as "a trial, a thing ne?
sary for our salvation, only borne with the
aisling grace of God," &c, while all the i
denounced it vehemently as a perfect eui
yet claiming to be "Mormons," all butti
Once let this upper valley fill with Genti
that class of miners, merchants, freighters i
ranchmen, with whom, iu a Western set
ment, every woman is worth her weigh'
gold, and I am convinced the Mormons \
have to keep their women as slaves and pris
ere, or give up polygamy."
WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, li
For President..HOKATIO SKYMOU
For vice-President.FRA1YCIS P. BLAIR
Prosperity of Tlae News.
Just twelve months ago to-day TIIE NE
passed into the hands of its present propr
tors. The year that has elapsed has be
a season of business torpor, of politic
chaos, and of universal depression, the li
of which no Charlestonian of this ges?
tion can remember in the past or expe<
to see in the future. Every branch of i
dustry, every department of trade, eve
profession, has borne its share in the gee
ral Buffering; and journalism has been ;
exception to the rule. Yet in the face
all difficulties and discouragements Ti
NEWS has steadily prospered. Its circulatio
which, a year ago, was already larger thi
that of any journal in this part of the Sout
has increased week by week; until now tl
capacity of our fast presses is taxed to tl
utmost to print our edition, and the adve
Using business of the paper, in comparisi
with thet of our city contemporaries, wi
never so large and so healthy.
These gratifying evidences of the appr
ciation of our efforts on the part of tl
public, incite us to renewed endeavors
make TBS NEWS more than ever deservir
of their favor and support. We resolver
at the outset, to spare no efforts I
print a newspaper which should be ai
knowledged to be at once the cheapei
and the best within the reach of the pei
pie of South Carolina, and which shouh
in all things, maintain a manly an
outspoken independence, shunning alik
extreme views and a blind adherence to ot
solete ideas on the one hand, and a timi
and time-serving neutrality on the othei
Such a journal-progressive, enterprisin
and practical-we conceived to be ono c
the wants of the times in Charleston. Ho
far we have succeeded in supplying th
void, it is for others to judge..
One thing, however, we can promise
While a new and, we trust, a brighter vist
is opening for our people, it shall be ou
effort to supply them with a paper tha
Bhall in no respect be behind the times. Un
encumbered with the ideas and customs am
prejudices of the dead past, schooled iu th
activity and necessities of the living pres
ent, and animated with the confidence of i
great and prosperous future for the South
the proprietors of THE NEWS are deter
mined to make it such a journal as no Car
olinian need blush to acknowledge as th<
leading representative press of this city am
State. Every dollar of support that it re
ceives shall be faithfully returned with in
terest to the community, in the increasec
fullness, freshness and variety of its col
umns, 60 that, while it takes no backwart
step, the measure of its enterprise ant
value as a newspaper shall steadily expanc
in proportion with the support which a dis
criminating public may see fit to accorc
Give ns Rest I
In a few days the excitement and confu?
sion of thc Presidential canvass will be
over, and the South will be in a position tc
contemplate dispassionately the necessities
of the times, and to determine what course
it is wisest for her people to pursue.
For more than seven y ears these Southern
States have been torn and bleeding; for
more than three years the phantom of peace
has eluded their eager grasp. The bloody
days of the war were followed by the darker
days of incipient reconstruction, and our
country could not cultivate that stern and
patient endurance which alone can make us
victorious in the unequal battle of life.
Blow fell quickly upon blow; the dangers
of the present dwarfed into insignificance
the sorrows of the past; the darkness of
the future made even the harrowing pres?
ent seem easy to be borne. Yet through it
all the South cried for rest, quiet and peace;
and with these words upon her lips entered
upon the great contest which is now draw?
ing to a close.
The result of the Presidential election
will show whether hope has been in vain,
and from the supreme court ol the nation
there is no immediate r.ppeal. Whatever
the verdict of the American people, it can?
not be reversed for four years to come; and
so will be decided, as far as a national vote
may decide, the destiny of our States and
people. Under no circumstances, however,
must it be forgotten that our welfare and
success must at last be determined by our?
selves alone. No mere President can make
us prosperous, if we fail to toil and work.
No mere Congress can ruin us, if we adapt
ourselves to our condition and determine to
succeed. Hitherto, steady and continuous
industry in the paths of commerce, trade
or agriculture, has teen impossible, because
the minds of men were distracted by the
heat of political riebate, and the uncer?
tainties which surrounded the morrow.
But when the third of November is post
there will be rest from national politics,
and our people will be at liberty to direct
all their thoughts to the necessities and
wants of home.
That the South will meet without flinch?
ing the result of the elections of Tuesday
next, we cannot for a moment doubt. What
is most demanded is some foundation upon
which we may erect an edifice of prosper?
ity, some starting point from which to movo
upon the shining goal. Up to this time
there has been nothing oertain but uncer?
tainty; nothing settled but revolution. The
conclusion of the national struggle between
SEYMOUR and GRANT will give u3 a settlement
and a certainty; and it will at least show
us what must be done, if we would rebuild
our cities, develope our trade, and, finally,
obtain by peaceful means the control of the
governments of the South.
A STRIKING commentary upon the Radi?
cal falsehood that the murder of Randolph
and other similar crimes are "winked at"
that is the favorite expression-by the mass
of our people, is furnished in the tone in
which the countr;' press of the State, almost
without exception, comment upon these out?
rages. What, for instance, could be plainer
than the following from the Orangeburg
News: "We know that we, in Orangeburg
"District, have suffered incalculable harm
'from the insidious plotting of Randolph
"and several of his political allies; but we
"know further, that the people of this dis?
trict would unite in condemning any at
'tempt at retaliation by unlawful means.
"Vile as Randolph may have been-and his
"record is a bad one-the men who mur?
dered him in cold blood deserve to be
"hanged." This is a fair sample of the
spirit in which all the country journals of
South Carolina-journals that depend for
their very life upon local popularity-have
spoL.ii of the assassination.
THE RICDLANP DISTRICT Democratic
Central Committee have issued an address
urging their fellow-citizens not to be dis?
heartened, but to do their whole duty on
Tuesday next, in redeeming the State from
the grasp of Radicalism.
F?R SALE, OS E HORSE, BIGGY ANO
HARNESS, all m good order. Can bi leen at
tUoPOST HOSPITAL. No. 103 TraJd-stroet
October 28 3
FORTY IIUKSL STATIONARY K.M
OINE - I he above Engine, completo in every
respect, aud in thorough worktop order, will bo sold
lour. Apply to CH1S0LM BKOl'HEHS, Adger's
Wharf. mw2 October 20
FOR SALE, A LARGE STOVE, WITH
pipe, neatly new.
WM. S. CORWIN & CO..
October24 No. 275 Rin?--8trce
FOR SALK, OLD Mitt SP A PE Its, IV
any quantity, price 75 cents per hundred. Aoplv
at tue Office of the DAILY NEWS. February 20
pst dui) /canil.
LOST, OK THURSDAY NIGHT LAST, A
LIGHT RED BULL, about four or five years
old, with straight horns, incline! backward, and a
white hack. A liberal reward will be paid for thc
recovery of tho "ame. ou application to J. BUNI'a
WAGON YARD, King-street, near Line.
Ootober S8 1?
NOTICE A Ml REWARD.-IF THE
person or persons who took a small STATUE
AND THREE VASES froniagrav; in st. Lawrence
Catholic Cemetery will return the Statue they maj
keep the Vases, and be pai I, if required, tor i;s re?
turn, as lt is prized as a memento of the dead; or
any information leading to the recovery of the same
will be liberally rewarded by applying at No. HO
CHURCH-SIREET, one door souihol Market.
October 27 3
Dissolultou of Copartnership.
NI?T1CF^-THB FIRM OF BLAS? ?i
WACKER has been dissolved thia day by mu?
tual consent. Mr. L. WA CK ER is authorized to col?
lect and will liquidit? all debts of the firm.
BLASE 4 WACKER.
Octobor 26 8*
EEMOVAL.-DH. F tl A.I CIS L. PAR?
KE K bas removed his Oflioe from No. 70
Broad-street to No. 74 HASEL-STREET, two doors
east ol' the Po.-tonice. Julv24
BOAT III II.m VG A AD SHIP CARPEN?
TERING.-W. R. Wi BB and J. J. DEWITT
having forni.d a copartnership, will conduct tbe
business of SHIP CARPENTERING in all its
diff.rent detai's, and also BOAT BUILDING, at the
foot of LAUT.ENS-SntEET.
Promit intention paid to all orders.
October 21 0*
OFFERS FOR DOING THE1 SCAVEN?
GERS* WORK OF THE UPPER WARDS.
OFFICE CLERK OF Cot NCIL, October 26,1868.
Scaled oilers, directed to the Committee on Contracts,
for doing the Scavcu' ern" Work ol' the lour i pper
Ward?, according to ordinance, will be received at
this office up to Saturday, 31st inst., at 12 o'clock M.
J he contract when awarded will be for tho unexpired
term of the present incumbent, April, 1869.
By order. W. H. SMITH,
October 27 5 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE, MAI ti
GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S. C., Oc?
tober 16.1808.-The following Ordinance is publish?
ed for the informaUon of all whom it any concern,
and will be strictly enforced afcer this date :
By o:dtr of the .Mayor.
C. B. SIG WALD, Chief of Police.
IT SHALL NOT BE LAWFUL FOR ANY LICENS?
ED PACKElt, or any othf r person, to purchase any
Sample or Lo se Cotton lum any person other than
a Factor regularly engaged in thc sale ol (orton in
bales or original packages, or from a Shipping Mer?
chant regularly engaged :u the snipping ot Cotton lu
bales or packages, as aforesaid, and at their re?pee
tive und customary place of business enly, and from
no other pet son or \ trrouR, or at ?uy other place or
places wuat-o. ver, under a penalty of one hundred
dollars for ea:li and every offence. October IC
QPttlXG HILL COLLEGE (ST. JOSEPH1.
NEAR MOBILE. ALABAMA.
This Literary Institution, incorporated by the
State of A'abauia, and empowered to conler all the
Academical Honors is conducted by the Fathers of
the Society of Jesus.
The site of the College, on ri.-iu^' ground, one hun?
dred and li ty feet -.hove the level ot the sea, is equal?
ly healthy aud ayre able.
Pupils ol every religious deuomii ation are admit?
ted, provided t'iat, wiih a view t i order and unifor?
mity, they aro willing to attend the exercises of the
The plan o'' lnstiuctiou embraces Greek, Latin,
English, French, Poetry, Rhetoric. History, Geo?
graphy. Mathematics, Astronomy, Natura, and Men?
tal I'i ilosophy, witl the addition of Book-keeping,
and thc D>tud commercial bram hes.
Spani*b and German are taught at the option of
parents ur L-U'irdiau*, without extra charge.
The age of admission is ir^m nine to tificou. No
one is received who does not know how to read and
Then st tession will open on thc 27th October,
Board. Tuition, Washing, SLrtiouery.$200 00
Further information can be obtain ed from the Presi?
dent ol' the College, or from Hew D. J. QUIG LEY,
Cathedra', Charleston, 8. C. 10 October 19
MACHINIST WASTED, TO GO TO
Graniteville-? finished LATH h. AND BENCH
HAND, competent to do any kind of repair work tn a
Cotton Mill. Apply to CHISOLM BROS . between
twelve and two o'clock. 2* October 28
"ll rANTED. A WOMAN WITHOUT CHIL
Yt DREN to Cook, and a genteel Boy to attend
about house; Situation permanent. Apply at THIS
III ANTED, B O A K D EN PRIVATE
VT family for Geutleman and wife; location con?
venient to Postoffice. Address H. Hy Box 431,
Charleston Postoffice. October 26
TTTANTKD, BY A SINGLE GENTLE.
TT MAN. TWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS in a
private family, ?situ^A?n the southern or western
poruon of thc citv.^?o board required. Apply to
J. E. HEAD, No. 263 Eing-3treet.
October 26 3
YETAN TED, A WHITE WOMAN, TO
TT Cook and Wash for a sina'l family. Refer?
ences required. Applv at No. 9 MEETING-STREET.
TT/ANTEO INFORMATION.-'ANY ONE
TT knowing anything of the whereabouts of Mr.
ANTONI' BCRK, who left Richmond about fifteen
mouths since for Eenfucky, will confer a favor by
addressing his wife, ANNE BURE, Richmond Post
office._Imo* October 19
YtrAXTED, EMPLOYMENT BY' A RE?
VI FUOEEirom Beaufort who has no means of
support, and is suflering trom want. For further
information address REFUGEE through thc Pcst
office._ October 9
WASTED, BY A LADY ACCTJSTOM
T T i ED to write for the prrss, employment on
one or more Literarv Papers or Magazines, as a
WRITER OF SKETCHES. POETRY, ic. Address
Miss K. I". W., Postoffire, Charleston, S. C.
YT7*ANTED A SITUATION, BY A ONE.
TT A RMED MAN, as overseer of handB, or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other employment that a one-armed man can
fill. Apply at No. ll ANN-sTREET. Applicant can
give good references. September 22
"IT7ANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
> V lo sell cm' PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTHES LINES. Write for circulars to the
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway,
New York. Cmos April 20
fir ANTED, EVER Y HOD Y TO SUB
T V SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER'S Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_No. 161 KING-STREET.
VET ANTED, BY A YOUNG MAN, WHO
TT writes a plain and legible hand, a situation
where he can earn a hvob'hood for thc suppert of his
faa UT. Address -Penman," OFFICE DA fLY NEWS.
Li can bo obtained bv apphcatio to the "UNION
H''ME," lrom9 til ill o'clock daily.
Servants can al-o find places by application to thc
came place, at the same hours ' Inquire for the Ma?
tron, ?oruer Church and Chalmers s licet
HOUSE WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
permanent tenant wishes to rent a small but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
must be moderate. * Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, kc , "A.
D.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS. Soptembcrl8
TITAN TED, BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
VT the up-country, a siaiation as CLERK in
cithe: a Wholesale or* Retail Grocery Store; is ex?
perienced in thc bu-iue-s, and on influence trade.
Best of references (riven. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Postofuce, soutb Carolina.
September ll _
TO RENT. A PIANO, IN GOOD ORDER.
Appyat THIS OFFICE._October 28
EOOMS TO KENT. APPLY AT NO.
69 l.HURCH-Sl BELT.
October 2(3 mwf C*
FOR RENT, THAT PLE \SANTLY
situabd RE&IDENCE. No. 12 Bee-street, north
11 U. S. Arsenal. For particulars applv at No. 25
TO RENT, TWO LARGE ROOMS OVER
thv Store of WM. S. CORWIN k Co.,
October 24 No. 273 King-street.
TO RENT. THE '1 WO TJPPJBR FLOORS
of the DAILY NEWS Building, suitable for t fllcc
fcc. Apply at THE NEWs OFFICE.
TO RENT, THAT FIHST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS S l AMD. No. 290 King-street, a few doors
south of Weutworth-itreet, now occupied by F. von
?-auf ea. September 29
TO RENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAM),
two adjoining TWO-VTOBY HOUSES, situated
clo-o to Fort Beauregard, both having double
piazzas facing north and south. Both Houses are
in good condition, aad v?ell adar ted for private resi?
dences, hotels or bearding establishments. To be
rented singly or together; thc Furniture taken by
agreement, if desirable. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS.
GENERAL ELECTION. -THE COM?
MISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOR COLLE
TON COU.V1Y have, on account cf absence of some
Managers appointe:), and inability of others to serve,
been compelled to make ?evezal changes. They have
appointed thc follovii.g named persons Manigors of |
Elections, and designated tl.e placis hereinalter
mentioned as Pollin.' Precincts, for the Election of
the 3d November, 1HG8:
St. Bu rt h ol o ni erv-M Parish.
First Precinct-SniokeV Cross Roads.
GEORGE WARREN. | JOHN W. BROWN.
Bell's Cross Roads Poll.
P. W. A. BRYAN. I J. IL BAILEY.
Second Precinct-Fork Box Poll.
Horgcpen Box PolL
J. H. BEACH. I J. H. HUGER:
Yarn's Box Poll.
C. B. FARMER. | ROBERT CAMPBELL.
Blue House PoU.
JOEL PADGET. I 'I OBY GR A >T.
R. S. WILLIAM?.
Hound O Poll, or Glovcrsvlllc.
HENRY GLOVER. Jr. | ISRAEL JENKINS.
. Fourth Precinct-Ashcpoo Poll.
.J. G. McBLAIR. I WILLIAM FRASIER.
Maple Cane Poll.
S. A. JACOBI. I JOHN 0. JACQUES.
EDWARD BOi MES. I HENRY JAMES.
SAMUEL O. GREEN.
Saint George's Parish.
Filth Precinct-Sumruerville Poll.
SAM'L E1NGMAV J ' HOS. GELZER.
C. J. SASPOBTAS.
George's Station Poll.
S. WILLIAM THOMAS. | G. ll. JACOBI.
H ld Rf vi Hr Poll.
J \ME> IL CAN J WELL. I ROUERT F. PARKER.
saint Paul's Parish.
sixth Precinct-Delnuiar'- Cross Roads Poll.
JESSE S CRAIG. | J. OA RT. GLOVER.
R. J. LA KO ACH.
HOMAS MILLER. |-WEEKS.
The Managers ot Elections will revise f r a pei iod
of threa days, commencing October 21, A. D. 18C8,
the registration hits upon which thc election eoui
mendas the 2d day of June, A. D. 1808. was conduct?
ed, by tho addition to such lists Ol thc name- cf all
persons entitled to wte under the constitution, who
have not already been recistered, and by striking
fiom such li?ts the uame.'i of such persons :>s shall
not bylaw lie entitled lo vote. It bein" impossible
to furnish oooks to all managers on the 24th of Octo?
ber, registration will oe continued through thc 29th,
30;h and 31st days of October.
All m uagers who have received bo .ks and orders
a.' directed by JOSEPH A. SASPOBTAS. in accord?
ance with special orders, will commence registration
ou the 24iii of Oc?ober. O.'hcis will commence un
mediately ou receiving books and orders.
For the purpo-e of aurh revision the Managers of
Elections will ine?t at the times and places designat?
ed above by tho Csmmissioners.
By order of the Board.
JOSIPH A. SASPOBTAS, Chairman.
Summerville, S. C., October, 1808. October 21
? DELTA LODGE OF PEKF i t HON, ?
AN EXTRA COMMUNIC.AT.CN OF THIS LODGE
will behold This (Wednesday) Evening, othalf
paet Seven o'clock. Candidates for thc Thirteenth
Degree will be punctual.
By order of C. E. CHICHESTEB, T. P. G. M.
October 28 1 E. E. BEDFORD. Secretary.
WARD No. 3.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
Democratic Club or Ward No. 3 will be held
This Evening, at Palmetto Engino Hou-e, Anson
s'rect, at half-past Sevi-n o'clock.
By order. D. B. GILLILAND,
October 28 1 Secretary.
FOURTH WARD DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
Democratic Club of Ward No. 1 will be held
This t vening, at Masonic Hall, at Seven o'clock.
W. M. MU.'KENFUSS,
October 28 1 Recording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 5.
ATTEND REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF
Club This Evening, at half-past Seven o'clock,
at Arnold's Hall, Moeting-street, one door above
John-street. WM. B. STIEDMAN,
October 28 1 Recording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 6.
THE REGUf-AR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
Club will be bell This (Wednesday) Evening,
at Seven o'clock, at thc Hall of the Washington Fire
Each a:.d every rcsid nt of thc Ward ia earnestly
requested to be picsent
By order. W. F. JENNINGS,
October 28 1 RecoH ing Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 8.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING C'F THIS
Cluh will be held This (Wednesday) Evening, at
the Club Room, Spring-street, at Seven o'clock. " An
Election will be held lor President and Recording
Secretary. J. C. SIG WALD, Jr.,
October 28 1 President pro tem.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY C03I
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS of this Company will beheld at this
Offlco on Monday, the second (2d) day of November
next, at which tiuic an Election for Eight (8) Dircc
tois will take place. 'J he Polls will bc open from 10
to 2 o'clock.
By order. P. W. RAMSAY,
October 26 G Secretary r nd Treasurer.
VOTERS WARD No. 7.
THE REGISTRATION BOOKS FOR WARD No. 7
will bo opened at tho Columbus-street Engine
House on the 24th, 26th SLd 27th days of this month,
and as it has been necessary to copy from Ce regis?
ter taken last June, and as there are doubts m regard
to certain names thereon, all citizens of tho Vi ard
are requested to call ai d see that their names and
?esidences ore properly recorded, ss any irregulari?
ty in this respect will forfeit their right to vote.
THOM Ab D EASON,
Oclober 23 5 Presidont 7th Ward Club.
Hoi ires in Bankrupt ri).
ILTJTTHJB"1 DISTRICT"COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FCR '1 HE DISTRICT OF
SOOTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF HENRY
BROWN, OF THE FIRM OF H. BROWN k BROTH?
ER, OF CHARLESTON, BANKRUPT-PETITION
FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANK
RUf lCY - Ordered, (hit a hearing be bad on thc
sixth day of November next, at Federal Court?
house in Charlestou, S. C., and that all creditors,
kc, of said Rankrupt appear at said time and place,
and thovr cause, if any ?ber can, why thc prayer of
thc petitioner should not be granted, and that the
second meeting of creditors ot said Bankrupt will be
held at the office of R. B. CAHPER'l ER Esq.. Regis?
trar, at Charleston, S. C., on Tlrursday, the fifth day
of November, ltC3, at Eleven o'clock A. M.
By order of tho Court, this 2?th day of October,
1868. DANIhL MORLEE- 'K,
Clerk of the Dls'rict Curt
Of the United states for South Carolina.
Octobor 21 w2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR SOUTH CAROLINA.
IN THE MATTER OF SAMUEL BROWN, ONE OF
THE FIRM OF H. BROWN & BROTHER, OF
CHARLESTON, BANKRUPT'-PETITION FOR
FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANK?
RUPTCY'.- Ordered, that a hearing bo had on tho
sixth day of November next, at the Federal Court?
house, in Charleston, S. C.. and that all Credi?
tors, Ac, of said Bankrupt appear at said time
and place, au J HUO-.V causo, il any they eau, why
the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted,
and that thc eccoud meeting of Creditor* of said
Bsnkrupt will bc held at the office of R. B. CARPUN
TElt, Esq., Registrar ol Second Congressional Lis
trict, S. C., on Thursday, 5th day of November, 1868,
at ll o'clock A. M.
By order of the Court, the 20th day of October,
1868. DANIEL HOBLBECK,
Clerk of the District Court of the Uuited states,
October 21 w2 For South Carolina.
DRAPERS AND MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
THE PROPRIETORS 0-' THIS ESTABLISH?
MENT, instituted as far bark as 1825, announce
that they aro in receipt of a full assortment of
FRENCH and ENGLISH COATINGS, CASSIMERES
BLACK and BROWN BEAVER CLOTHS
BLACK ZEPHYR and TRICOT CLOTHS
BLUE and PEACH ELOSSOM CHINCHILLA
BLACK and BLUE I LAIN FRENCH.
These Goods will be very fashionable this fall, and
are well adopted to Ladies, as WALKING CLOAKS
and MANTILLAS. They will be fold by this House
by the yard, at a lower price thau can be bought
in this city. This fine stocK, 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
These Goo ie, which are of the finest quality, thc
firm will dispo'e ol by th; yard, or they will be
mude up to order at prices considerably lower tuan
market value, tall in at
No. 32 BROAD-STREET.
|rn ?noils, ?c. _
4 3 7 1
QHEAP DRY GOODS ! CHEAP DRY
CORNER VF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE RECEIVED,
and arc receiving, by i very steamer, large invoices of
the CHEAPEST FALL GuODS which have over been
offered in 'hts market. City cs well as country buy.
ers can save troni fifteen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods ti om thc above firm.
A lo: of Dress Goods, from 20 to 25 cents por yard
Best li i-h Poplin-, from 30 to 50 cents per yard
Calicoes, ot lu, 121? 'ind 15 cents per yard ibesii
Balmoral Skirts, from SI 25 up
8-1 White Table Damask, only $1 per yard
Brown Linen Damask, only iii: cents per y ard
Worsted Table Cloths, from $1 25 up
A large assortment ol Ware and Colored Flannels at
very low prices
800 pair of Blankets, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low i ost, will be sold from 53 up
Colored Quilts, from ?1 75 to SJ
White Marseilles Quilts 10-1, 11-4, U-4, from Sj 50
Ladies' English Hose, without seams, lrom 37 to 50
Sati.cts. from 50 to 75 cent*
A larg* (jaunty ol the la'cst style of Cashmeres, trom
SI to SI 50
Ladies' B.ack Broadcloth, from $2 to $8 50
A ?ariety ot Shaw s, at S2, $2 50, $y, $3 50, $4. and $5
Browu and White Shirline, at 10, U'2 and 15 cents
Alsj, line brauches of White Shirting at very low
Ladies' and Gert's Underweir at different prices
Geut's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
The nest French Corsets, fi om 75 cents to $1
The latest siyle of Felt a id straw Hats
Trimmings, Buttous, Ribbons, kc, at the lowest cash
Choice colors Empress t loth, only 85c
Shepherd's Plaid lrom 20 lo 25c
Merinos from 5Uc up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from $$.00 up
Ladies and Mon's Kid Oloves only Sl.to
tts-Remember the CHEAP STOPE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WK. ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND TBE
public in general that we have built an additiou to
our store, ex clusively for HOOTS, SHOES HATS,
TRUNKS, kc, which wid bc sold at the lowest cash
Call and examine our stock.
U5T ENTRANCE IN CALHOCN-STREET.
FLRCHGOTT & BRO.,
No. 437 KING-STKEET.
September 21 3mo
MONDAT EVENING, OCTOBER 26, 1S68
SKIFF & GAYLORD'S MINSTRELS!
Now in their Tenth Animal Tour.
TWENTY DISTINGUISHED ARTISTS!
A GRAND TRIPLE CLOG!
Thc Evening's Entertainment will conclude with
PRODUCTIONS OF PANITHI0PTIC0N1CA.
Doors surrounded at Seven. Skirmishing at Eight.
Admission-Parquet $1 : Back Seats 50 cents.
JOE UAYLORD. General Agent.
JOE MACE, Assistant.
October 23 9
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
SEVEN PER CENT. BONDS.
BILLS RECEIVABLE OF THE STATE SOUTH
BANK BILLS OF ALL KINDS.
Wanted by ANDREW M. MORELAND,
October 28 1 No. 8 Broad-street.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK
FOR SALE BY
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
October 23 fmw Imo
EXCHANGE BOUGHT AND
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS TO
New York, Liverpool and Havre, by
LfcSESNE k WELLS, No. 10 Broad-street
October 2 Imo
^Hillmen) ?nobs, &c.
ALL AND WINTER
A FULL STOCK
OF ALL THE LATEST STTLEi,
OPENED THIS DAY",
TO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF CUSTOMERS
October 23 fmwO No. 423 KING-STREET.
j^jTISS R. A. MURTLAND,
No. 308 KING-STREET,
?g?jv WOULD RESPECT- ^55?V
FULLY inform the |Rv?#?^
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
DRESS AND CLOAK MAKING
October 21 wfm 3mos
A. D. FLEMING'S
STEH CINDY FACTORY.
NO. 341 KING-STREET,
BRANCH STORE CORNER KINO AND ANN
rpAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS
customers, and public in general, that he is
now ready, with a full supply of CANDIES of his
own manufic'urinj. Keeps constantly on hand a
fresh supply of FRENCH CANDIES, of thc greatest
variety. Fresh CAKES and PIES of all s irisare
daily baked at his Steam Candy Factory. Thc
public in general, and particularly the country mer?
chants, w ill ?nd it to thoir interest by giving him a
call before purchasing elsewhere
October 20 Imo
Jtas, pistols, Ctr.
THE WINCHESTER RIFLET
PARTIES DESIROUS OF EXAMINING THE
above celebrated Rifle can do so by calUn-i at
RUSSELL ii CO., Agents, No. 88 Haset-street. This
Rifle is considered thc most effective weapon now in
usc, firing and reloading two shots per second.
On hand a complote assortment of HARDWARE,
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition, Agricultural aud Me?
chanical Implements, all of which we offer at re?
duced prices for cash.
I ISSELL i CO,
Sign Mammoth Padlock,
October 27 2 No. SS Hisel street.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS.
JU. HAPPOLDT. PRACTICAL GUNMAKER,
. No. 119 MEETING-STREET, oilers at low
prices to suit the timi's, BREECH-LOADING DOU?
BLE GUNS, MUZZLE-LOADING DOUBLE GTJV8,
Superior Siuglo Guns for Roys. Also. RIFLES, RE?
VOLVERS, EQUIPMENTS AND AMMUNITION.
KS* REPAIRING executed a-, usual.
October 23 imw Imo
JYUSSELL'S BOOK STORE. ~
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, ic.
ELLIOTT. Sermons by the Rt. Rev. Stephen El?
liott, late Bi-hop of Georgia; with a Memoir by
Thomas M. ll nickel, Esq. 1 vo\, dvo. $3.
STEINMETZ. The Romai.ce of Duelliug, in all
times aud rountrtaf. By Andrew Steimneiz. author
ot ili-itory of the Jesuits, kc. 2 vol?., 12iuo. S3.
SAINT BEDVE. Poitraita of Celebrated Women;
comprisinu' Madame de Sovleue, de Duras, LaFav
cttc, de Demu?at, do Souza, Krudeucr, Poland, Gui?
zot, de Stael. 1 vol., 12mo. ?2.
GILLETT. Democracy in the United States; what
it has done, what it is doini;, and what it ml] do. By
Ransom H. Gillett. 1 vol., 12tno. S2.
POLLARD Tho Lost Cause Regained. By Ed
wurd A. Pollard. 1vol., l2mo. $130.
LIDDON. University sermons; by Rev. H. P.
Liddon. "He is now acknowledged, on all bandi, to
be thi-greatest living picaobcr in England." 1 voL,
12mo. $1 75.
MORRIS. Thc Farthly Paradise; a Poem by Wm
Morris, author of Jason. 1 vol., 12 mo. S3.
HOOPi'S. Tho Rook ol Evergreens; a Practical
'Jrestiveon the Conifne. or Cone-bear.nj; Plaut-, Dy
Josiah Hoope-. 1 vol., l.'nio. S3. .
PROCTOK. Half Hours with the Telescope; beiug
a >j uiur ^uulc to the use ot tho Tele-cope as a
means of amuseuttut and instruction. Ry R. A.
Proctor, B.A., F.R.A.S Wi.h uumerou- illustra?
tions, lemo., tl >th. SI 25.
CHAMBERS'- I ney clopped ia. A Dictionary ot
Universal Knowledge tor the people; il.ustrated with
Engru viu is, Maps, kc. lo vo's., royal 8vo. Pt-r wi.
.SI 50. i he work is umv complete.
NOVELS. Henry Poweis. Ranker, SI 75; Dead Sci
Fruit, by Miss Braddoa. S0c? Josh Billin-.'* ou Icu.
il 50; Horace- W.loe, ?1 50; AU lor Gre?d, 40c: Foul
Pla;', 75c; Linda Fresnel, 40c; Lost Name, Wc; Poor
Humanity, 50e; Love and .Marriage, 50c; My Hus?
band's Crime, 50c; Cheap edition- Marry? tt'a, Dis?
raeli's au.I Waverly Novels.
ENGLISH MAGAZINES. Subscription- received
for Temple Dar, Cornhill, Chamber*' Journal, Eng?
lish Wouiiiu's Domestic Magazine, Aunt Judy's (for
childrou) Good Words, Sunday Magazine, Art Jour
nal, Saturday Review, xe. July 31
E W Y O it ii HOTEL,
No. 7 2 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY,
D. M. II1LDUKTI1 & CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTAULISHED FIRaT-CLASS
BOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the management ot J. R. MONNOT, Esq., and
more receutly under that of HTRAM CRANSTON A
C '., :s now under the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
JJ. HILDRETU k T. B. ROCKWAY, unerthc firm ot
D. M. HILDRETU k CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as a
pioprieior of the Verauda, St. Louis and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his freuds and the public generally, that Ifs
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
I Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
I mouagemwN lyr* February 13
(?rnrerifs on? ^isrcUanrons.
ATINE AND PRIME LOT OF FRESH BEEF, AT
6 to M emla per pound, at Stall No. 21, Up
Town Market._a? October 2fl
BITTERS, COCKTAILS, &c,
AT ittDUCED PRICES,
RUSS' ST. DOMINGO AND
Arrack Punch, Mint Julep
Brandy, Whiskey, and
Wolfe's and Russ'
WM. S. CORWIN A- CO..
October 2S wfniG' No. 275 Kmg-street.
CHOICE FAMILY HAMS
-I f\ TIERCES "RAWSON'S" SOPERIOR S. C.
JLU HAMS, small size.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER,
October 28_w?_No. 72 East Bay.
CHOICE JACKSON WHITE
1 AA BBL?. PER BRIG CYCLONE. FOR
JLv_/V-/ sale on accommodating tenn?.
October 23 1_WILLIAM ROACH.
SCOTCH PIG 2 RON.
TONS NO. 1 GLENGARNOCH PIG IRON,
??O landin0 from British brig Cardigan.
For sale by BAT EN EL k CO.,
Corner of East Boy and Vanderhorst's Wharf.
October 28 2
C\~ TONS PERUVIAN GUANO, I-IRECT FROM
?JO the agent, warrantcl pure, for sale at market
rates, with a Jibe al discount in lots cf fire tons or
more. J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and. 2 Atlantic Wharf.
CHOICE PORTO RICO SUGAR.
QA HHDS. CHOICE PORTO RICO SUGAB,
O VJ LandiDg and tor sale by
October 27 2_MORDECAI k CO.
QA AA BACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, LARGE
OVJlJv/ sick? and fine o:der, now landing
from British Bark "Ansdell."
For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
PIG HAMS, STRIPS, ANO FUL
TON MARKET ??i;EF.
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIP CHARLES;
ION. a supply of Choice Sugar-cured PIG
Extra Breakfast Bacon Strips, and Fulton Market
Beef, very choice.
Owing to a decline in tho Bacon mark, t, thc Hams
and Stiiit, as above-mentioned, are offered at a re?
duced price at thc
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Mceliug and Harket streets.
Goods delivered free. October 24
OAAA BEST VISCOUNTESS SLATES
?UUU 12,000 best Ladi?s' Slates.
Just received per bark Arndell, from Liverpool.
For sale by ROBER T MURE k CO.,
October 24 6 Boyce's wharf.
"WESTERN BULK BACON.
?)C\ HHDS. CLEAR RIB 61DES, DRY SALTED
?i\J 5 Lhds. Clear Sides, smoked
10 h'ads. Shoulders, smoked.
Just received, and for sale by
BERN ARD O'NEILL,
October 1 Esst Bay.
ESALAS. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
. Branch of the Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentins," would respectfully invito th>* attention
of dealers aud emokers to bis very large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS, ot ?ll grades
aud sizes, excelled by few in this country, and war?
ranted to be as represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Express, C. O. D., or UO days' city accep?
Ao. 118 EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 24 mwfCmo
H. & H. WR. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURK OLD
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OCti PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYK WHIS
EEYS to our former numerous customers <>t the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS k
CO. our Agents, vho, by this arrangement, ore
enabled to supply tho trade Pt prices which will en?
H. * H. W. CATHERWOOD.
H. & H. IV. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
jr f\ BBLS, OF THE ABOV : FAVORITE WHIS
0\J KEYS, consisting ot X. XX. XXX, XXXX,
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDS, and also of
Now landin ?j-, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS k CO.,
September 4 2rnoa No. 195 East Bay.
LIQUORS ! LIQUORS !
GREAT REDUCTION JUST MADE.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
ol' the best importing houses of New York
and Philadelphia, we arc now enabled to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy, Port, Madeira, Sherry
and Claret Wines, Pure Holland Gin, London Portee
and Scotch Ale, Stouton's Bitters, kc, at greatly re?
Pari leif in want of any of the above articles, would
do well to give us a call bef-ire purchasing elsewhere.
Quick Sales aud Small Profits is our motto.
BY J-NE k FOO ARTY',
No. 452 King-street, comer John-s'rect,
Charle.-ton, S. C.
OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY", per gal?
Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gallon.2 25
Superior Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gal... .2 50
Clioice Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, X.2 80
Choice Old Monongahela Rve Whiskey, XX.3 00
Choice Old Monongahela Bye Whiskey, XXX... .3 25
Old Nectir.4 00
Puro Hol'and Oiu.4 00
Fine Old Burgundy Port Wim;.3 00
Fine (?ld Madeira Wine.3 00
Fine Old Sherry Wiuc.3 03
Stouton's fitters, per bottle. 75
Loudon Porter, warranted, per dozen bottle?....3 00
English and .icoti-h Ale, per dozen bottles. .3 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.6 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 dozeu bottle*.12 00
A discount of ten per cent. Kill bo allowed on all
bills ol $50. imo October C
MILL POND OYSTERS,
PLANTED, NURTURED AND FED BY THE
Caunousboro' Company, universally acknowl?
edged by judges to be thc finest flavored OYSIEBS
in the world-fat t'aemselve- anl most fattening
nourishment, Superior to Norfolk and New York
Bivalves in delicacy, sweetness and relish.
To bc had in quantity or at retail, by the barrel,
bushel or pe k in the shell, and by the gallon, quart
cr pint opened, at the WEST bNDUF BEE-STREEC
October G J')UN S. SCHMIDT, Agent.
COAL ! COAL ! I
JOHN S . H O R L R ECK,
(OFFICE EAST BA Y, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS .AND
the pubbe that ko has commenced the cOAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicita a share of their patronage.
CO-OPERATIVE G HOCE KY,
SOUTHWEST CORNER MEETING AND
i V EXTENSIVE. VARIED ASD CAREFULLY
f\ selected iUpply ot the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, aud a'^o the luxuries-WINES LIQUORS,
etc.-will at ail times bc loan! at the above Store,
sstablulicd uuder thc auspr os ot the ..PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue aud extend the advantages it
already offers to the publie. Fres'i arrivals .md
bargains will be regularly reported, aud every facili?
ty afforded pa) rous.
" The "object*' of the Association is, a? set tortb in
it< charter, "To furnish members au 1 the pnbha
with the necessaries ot' life ol good q uti itv, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, aud trom the
profits of such sales to accumulate capital iur ita
Copies of tas Constitution and By-Laws can be
found at the Store ot the Association. anJ all in?
quiries legardlng the practical working ol tbe enter?
prise Will be most cheerfull v au I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH. Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
T R A V S S & V A N C E
?To. 130 MEETING-STREET,
A RF. NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS. FOREIGN DRY bO?DS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices is respectfully solicited. All orders punc?
tually tilled. An ageni in New York will fui.usn sup?
plies ?f New Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3mos