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aff K W S S U M M A R Y.
-Gold at New York closed steady at SSj.
_The New York cotton market closed steady;
sales 1800 bales, at 25$ cents.
-The liverpool cotton market closod steady;
a a le 3 12 OOO bales,
-Tho prairie fire in Iowa still rages fiercely.
It has done immense damage to farmers.
-Bull Ran Rii33eil is about to marry an M.
-In Vienna they have a theatre, the entire
company and orchestra of which aro wo nen.
_The statue of Washington in Richmond,
Va., is very shaky, and tho people toar it will
-turab o down.
-Tac "Tennesseo Moonda" aro teing cx
Dlored, and human remains, pottery, tmeU or?
naments, vase3 arid stone idob discovered.
-InEngland they fine $500 aud dismiss
from office any revenu 3 offloor wlio takes ar. ac?
tive part In politics.
-Missouri, it is said, has gain?d since tho
. chao of tho war 350.000 in population by mimi
-Napoleon is said to bo inclined to permit
the iJarseliaiso to resumo its old place as thc
.iVo^o'ii national air.
-lu Connecticut a boy of twenty has just
barrica a widow of fifty, who has seven chil?
dren. The cVlost is six years older than his
new ' papa."
-It is decided iu Kentucky that soiling a
horse to bo paid for on tho olection of certain
.candidates is a bet, and that tho debt so incur?
ie! cannot be collected.
-Syraca.-o hos tho champion female pedes
triau. She lately walked fifty milos in nine
hours and filly minutos. The last twenty-five
mile J were accomplished ia four h-uirs, forty
eight mia :tes and tweaty-fivo seconds.
-A number of colored persons in Richmond,
Ya., bare organized and obtained a charter for
.a co-opcrativ ? building and loan association,
?with a capital stock not to bo less than $5000,
nor more than $200,000.
-Pito Louisville merchants ara setting their
uam?s down for subscriptions to erect a
sp'.ondid Merchants' Exchange. Dr. John
Ball, of sarsaparilla fame, heads tho lis: with
-Tho veacrablo Dr. John McVickar, ono of
thc most honored clergymen of tho Episcopal
Church, and professor o' moral philosophy,
&C ia Columbia College, died ia New York on
-Qovercci Fairchild of Wisconsin, having
lost hi* bit aral ia battle, recently presento! a
number of odd gloves to Gen. Stannard, of
Vermont, who has lost his right arm. Here?
after they w:ll probably do their glove buying
-Cotton operatives in Philadelphia aro on a
strike. Quite lately the mill owners raised
their wages temporarily on account of a large
? demand for a certain kind ot fabric. Tue de
- mind has n?w subsided, and they restored tho
wages to the former scale. Tho operatives re?
sisted this reduction, and some of the employ
era have closed their factories.
-The Roman Catholics of London aro to
erect a cathedral which will bo tho most spa?
cious and attractive in the world. It is to bo a
memorial of tho late Cardinal Wiseman, who
sty od himself, as does his successor, Arch
ibisbop of Westminster. Tue ground on which
it is to be built alone cost $200,000. This will
be the first recognized Ronan Cat hohe Cathe?
dral in England since the days of Queen Mary,
and tor the first time in more tbaa three hun?
dred years will the chief roprosoutative of that
?church in England have a placo in which ho
can exhibit himself in his full character.
-Ia a suit recently brought in the Adams
County Court, at Natchez, M133., against a man
named Sarget, who was Confederate provost
marshal ii 1352, for $123,030, tho value of cor
taia cotton destroyod by his order to prevent
its falling into the hands of tho Union forces,
the jury, after a long dcliboration, brought ia
.a verdict for tho defondant. As the question
involved in this snit is one of the most impor?
tant growing out of the late war, tho plainti?'s
counsel have given notice of an appeal to tho
" la?gli/Court of Mlssissip^ i, and intend to carry
the case to the United States Supreme Court, if
-Prussia still fears that a war with Franco
is inevitable, and is looking in overy diroction
for allies. Bismarck, it is reported, has boen
endeavoring to induce the Emperor of Russia
to renew tho socrat treaty of alliance with
PruBaia, signed at Breslau ii 1850. Alexander,
.however, whde expressing his friendly inten?
tion, declined to bind himself by a treaty.
Prussia, meanwh?o, is making every effort to
.strengthen ber military forceB. The number
of the cavalry regiments is to bo increased,
and fourteen new batteries arc to bo added to
the horse artillery. General Yon Moltke, who
has ju-l returned from a tour of inspection
among thc Rhino fortresses, is ?.bout lo mako
asimilar tour in North Schleswig; and tho
South German Military Conference now in ses?
sion, of which General Beyer, kite cf thc Prus?
sian army, is a member, is expected it arrange
for the more direct and efficacious control of
. Prussia over tho troops of South Germany.
^-In view of tho frequently recurring acci?
dents upon railroads, inventions and improve?
ments which tend to increase the safety of
. railroad travel are matters of general interest.
One danger incident to this kind of travel
that of collisions-would seem to be to some
extent diminished by tho Longbridge steam
brake, which is attached to the eugine, aod
applied by the engineer, and, it is stated, ona
"ble3 him to bring tho train to a stop almost as
be porceives tho danger. In a late colbsion
on the Morris and Essex railroad, where an
ecgino, abanloned by the engineer, was run?
ning under speed and on a down grade, the
engineer of a traio approaching, which waa so
? ctoae to the runaway engine that a collision
waa inevitable, only a few seconds remaining
t? prevent a smash, appliod his patent steam
brake without blowiDgthe wbistlo, and brought
bis train, it :'s stated, to a doad stop before ?
they struck, so quickly and quietly that no per
BOD knew what was tho matter until thc colli- j
sion took place. But for tho sudden halt cf i
fectod by tho steam brako thero must have '
been "great damage, and almos tsurely less of
life, whereas but two poraon.3 wo o >pjur0(i I
aud that slightly. If such be the virtues of
the steam brake, it is likely to come largely
-The annual report of the Assistant Com?
missioner of thc Freedman's Bureau for South
Carolina, sho.vs that the expenditures in this
Stata during the past year wera $193,500, be?
sides $280,000 used iu buying subsistence
stores issued to planters with a hen on their
crops. Bonds were taken from the planters for
this last amount, nearly or quite all of which
will be due before New Year's. The crops this
year are tolerably good, and all who
wero industrious have now abundant
means of support. Tho planters are learn?
ing to treat their hands better, and
there is not much trouble between employers
aud emu-loved. The freedman aro in all
material respects much better off than
they wero last year. Tho commissioner al?
ludes at leugth to political sffairs, and gives a
long list of outrages upon tho freedmen by ex
rebels. Thc civil authorities seemed for a
long timo utterly powerless to protect the ne?
groes, but a better stata of things will prevail
after tho election. The total number of sick
treated during the year was 55,900, of whom
onc-fiftii were whites. Great attention has
been paid lo school matters, and Superinten?
dent Tomlinson i3 warmly praised for bis la?
bors. Tho number of teachers is 123; pupils
6C93. The Bureau has spent $50.003 on school
buildings during the year.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER i, 1868.
The long agony is over at lasl. Thc re?
turns from all quarters, fragmentary and
doubtless inaccurate as they arc, leave little
room for doubt that the result so plainly
foreshadowed in the October elections is
now an accomplished fact, and that General
GRANT has been called by the voice of the
American people to the Executive chair of
the nation. Those who, like ourselves,
had heped, even to the last, for the
election of Mr. S&TMO?B, may be com?
forted in their disappointment by the re?
flection that ho ha3 been beaten, not by a
politician, but by a soldier-a man noto?
riously averse to the extremes of parly,
and strong in thc consciousness of thc con?
fidence and support of the Northern masses.
Fror, such a President, if bc be animated
by ratriotic impulses, or even by a selfish
reg ird for his own present power and future
fame, the South may reasonably hope for
more of the justice which she craves than
she could from any mere party hack, select?
ed by reason of pre eminent malice or persist?
ent hate, from the mass of her political oppo?
nents. To few men has Fortune ever given
such oppor: unities as she has showered
upon GRAST. Lot him be true to his own
good impulses, aud cast behind him thc evil
counsels of malignant partisans, and the
laurels which ho has earned in the grim
track of War may be more than matched by
those which he is yet to win ia the smiling
paths of Peace.
Oar Xoruincc for Xayor.
We know of no tidings that could so
effectually soothe the chagrin of most of the
readers of THE NEWS at the result of the
Presidential election, as the announcement
that the choice of the Citizens' party for
M'jyor of Charleston has fallen upon the
Honorable HENRY DEAS LESESNE. If high
intelligence, spotless character and solid
worth are to count for aught in the. coming
contest, he cannot fail to win. Never, in
any sense, a party man, he has yet a public
record that must unite in his su oport every
desirable interest and every honest influ?
ence. With such a leader, earnestly and
hopefully may our people enter upon ihc
struggle between purity and corruption,
experience ?.nd ignorance, prosperity and
THE registration for the Municipal elec?
tions opeus on Friday. Be ready to regis?
To the Colored People.
The Presidential election is now over and
the colored people enter upon a new phase
of their existence as freedmen. They have
fulfilled all their obligations to their party;
and, iu attending Republican meetings,
marching in Republican processions and
voting for G itANT and COLFAX, have done
! all that could be cipected of the most faith?
ful Loyal Leaguer. With national politics and
tho accompanying issues they hive no con?
cern for four years to come. They may at
last shake off the shackles of their party,
and pursue that line of conduct which alone
can make them prosperous, happy and se?
Doubtless the Radical leaders will at?
tempt to retain the control of the thousands
of voters who have elevated them (o power,
and by whom they hope to maintain the
brightness of their new-fledged honors.
They will argue that it is the duty of the
colored race to stand by the sweet, inno?
cent Radicals, who have given them free?
dom and the right of suffrage; and will
probably iusist thal the colored mau should
have no other object iu life than to work for
his Northern brethren.
But thc specicus sophistries of the while
Radicals are easily swept away. As lon*
a3 the Democrat denied to t'_c colored man
thc privil ge of voting, so long did the
freedman fear ?hat he might be made once
more a chattel and a slave. Now, however,
the whole subject is taken cu! of the hands
of the v. bite people of the South, who will
submit, ai gracefully as they can, to thc
law they would have never consented to
embrace. The question, at length, is prac?
tically settled, and there is no longer any
barrier between th.' colored men and the
white people, whom they trusted before,
and will soen trust again.
And if the Radicals claim the colored
vote upon the score of gratitude, it is easy
to show that it is the scalawags and carp
baggers who should be grateful; for tl
owe to the colored man a debt of thai
which they will never acknowledge or p
lu no iustance, save one, in this State !
the colored man received a lucrative offit
position. The freedmen have swarmed
the polls, they have created new offic
they have voted large salaries; but it is
the benefit of the white Ridical, and not
the hard-voting colored man. AU i
promises and pltdges of the Radicals
their colored colleagues have been a de
sion and a snare. Ry thc aid of the coioi
man they have obtained a power and ra
which they could never have had in th
own country, aud thc freedman has won,
three years of labor, the promise of-'do:
acres and a mule."
Toe colored people are shrewd enough
know this, and to know, also, that the issi
of slavery and thc suffrage do not now
vide them from their white friends. Th
feel that they have lost much valuable ti
already, and. while they would not vo
perhaps, against the Radical candidate :
President, should be ready to vote for t
Citizens' candidates at all local elections.
This, indeed, is their only means of l
trieving themselves aud making their fri
dom profitable. Without work they cam
live, and work they caunct have unless 1
city prospers. Without prosperily
Charleston aud throughout the State th
cannot lay up a fund to support them wh
disease or oid age comes. Without capal
and impartial men at the head of affairs t
eily and Stale must siidc lower and lowi
aud at last be utterly ruined. As the cob
cd people look around them, stimulated
these facts, they cm see who are mt
likely to rule Charleston worthily and we
On the one side they have men whom th
have known for years, whom they tru
whom they know to be capable, whom th
know lo have something to lose. On thc otb
side they have a set of men who have nol
ing on earth to recommend them bur th?
Radicalism, and the truth that, however po
the city may b , they will soon grow ric
Thc colored people have the two sets of mi
before them Their vision should no long
be clouded by thc Radical rant conc*rnii
slavery, seccssiou and tuffrage; and thi
ought to see clearly that, as it is their cv
advancement and well being which are t!
prizes in the gamo, they should tuppo
those who hava honor and reputation
lose, and who expect to becunie wealth
not by fleecing white man or negro, but I
increasing thc trude and commerce of toe cit
and so placing it within thc power of evei
man, white or colored, to support his famil
in COmfort,and at last bc reason* b'y free fro
all the vicissitudes of life. In this, at leas
the white people and the colored poop
have the same interest and the same desir
and the colored people must deteriniu
whether they wou'd destroy Charleston an
bury themselves in the ruins, or whethe:
by voting w ith thc white people, they wi
help to save themselves, their race an
their city, and so make the white peopl
eternally their friends.
HAVE you a neighbor who is not dis
posed to register ? If so, see that he reg
isters on Friday, Saturday or Monday.
"Don't Like tuc Crowd."
One of the commonest reasons given fo
thew inaction by those who are indispose
to register, is that they "don't like th
crowd." They fear that they may be oblige
to stand in line for an hour or two, an
do not desire that anything unpleasan
should come between the wind aud thei
If it were only an individual matter ever;
man would have the right to do as h
pleased. If Cotton & Co , Brief & Son am
Grocery Bros. were the only persons to b
affected by the election of PILLSBURT, ines*
highly respectable mercantile houses mig!?
stay away from ihe polls and welcome. Ru
it is not a thing iu which any citizen shouh
regard his own likings or dislikings. Whet
the success and welfare of forty thousan?
people are concerned, it becomes thc dmy
the public duty-ol' every man to bend al
his energies to advancing the comm;ngood
and they who fill to do so, for any privan
reason, sin not ng<iinst themselves alone
but against every man, woman and chili
within the City of Charleston.
The genilemeu who say that they nevei
have registered or voted, and never w.l
register or vote, surely do not reflect upor
the fearful responsibility which their con?
duct imposes upon them. A careful can?
vass shows lhat the citizens' candidates foi
Mayor and Aldermen can be elected, if all
thc white people will register and go early
to the polls. This is an indisputable fact,
and we ask any man who for convenience
sake stays away from the polls, what would
be his feelings on the morrow of thc elec?
tion if he found that PiLisBUitr had won
the day Ly a trifling majority'.' Would he
not feel guilty of thc death of his own fuir
city ? Would he not feel that it was through
him that poverty and want paraded the silent
streets'.' Would he not feel that it was
through him, and taose ?ike him, that
Charlesion had b.en handed over for three
ycar8 to the rule of the ill-favored Radicals ?
Then would every mau "who didn't l.k.
the crowd" curso his owu folly and neglect,
and when it was too late, vow thu' if the
opportuuity were giveu him again he would
cheerfully da his duly.
No rcgis'ratiou which has already tiken
place gives auy man the right to vote at
the Municipal elections.
-O- t.- .j? ?? o
A Home Thrust.
No one dreams that thc eily government,
under Ti LL? DI HY, will uol be recklessly and
extravagantly administered. This will
mike necessary an increase in the rate of
inx.i?ou. wbic'i will so swell the expenses
ot' the merchants :ind shopkeepers that they
will bc obliged to charge higher prices for
their goods. Clothing, bread, bacon, and
all kiuds of providions, wilt bc dcaier than
they are now, aud tho laboring man will
find that his day's wages will buy Lr less
than they do at mis time.
High taxes will cause high rents, which
will make it dillicult for any laboring mau
io keep a roof over thc heal of his family.
High taxes will diminish all profits from
business, and will cause the merchants to
discharge som; of their hands, or, at least,
to reduce their wages.
High tases will prevent the colored man
from acquiring any property, and will rob
him o: what little he has already.
High tuxes wilt drive trade to our sister
cities, nut! will ?brow ?he colored people, by
the buadrod. oui of employment.
D?ar bread-dear meat-dear clothing
high rents-low w.njes-hundreds cut of
work: this is what the laboring men and
m fchauics, white and colored, may expect
if they du not defeat PILLSBURY.
WATCH your precincts and register at tbs
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PiahOiuti?u of ?opnrtnrrsl)ip.
DtSSOLClIOV_THE Kl HM UK BEL?
LAMY & ROBINSON was di.-solved on theist
iustair. All t!ii books and occorm'S of the brm are
for the present m thc cate ol Mr. G. A. FOLLIN,
No. Isl F. at Day, who is uutiior.zed lo receipt lor
any dtbts due th.-1 ;te firm.
BELLAMY .t ROBINSON.
November 2 3
PttlME VOUNG PULES.-THREE
prim" YOUNG MULI-S lor pale nt RICH\RB
McIlUNNY's Stable*. Uascl-.-tae?, epposite Posl
offlce. 2 November 9
F?ll SAKE. tiCH NEWSPAPERS, IN
aay qiMPUiy, Ice 7.1 c^-iii? j>. r huadrvU. topi.*
at the Office of tin- D1.1 LY NEWS'. Pei.ru irv 20
M* UK ET FA!t.?l WITHIN THE CITY
LIMIT-. FOR SALE.-That valuable MAR?
KET FARM, formerly Provo*! Farm, one ot the bo.*t
nu Cbarle-ton Neck, fuc pr perry of thc lat; 'i bomas
Lyucb. !n rear of J. J. ^r.d i'. Noisctt's lana, ran
niu, : o:n Uesier-street to Ashley River; euuiaiinug
about li ai:::?-' oi eli ur panting and marsh land,
with two IHr>!liu; Hcus^a and all necessary ont
buikliug3 0ii tb.: saiue; wilha mug?' if mai sh ?and
fenced lu for thc raising r.f hogs ai ;i .-to.k.
Fir fur;her partleu ars appiv io
JOHN" F. O'NEILT. A: SON.
Oct-.Vj.-.- -J) No. l-JT Ea-t Hay.
COMJMISSIOXISIIS OF MAKIIETS.
AREG?I AR MONTHLY MEFTING OF THE
Commissioners will beheld This Afternoon, Ith
ii ut., at Five o'chck.
November 4 1 _' hie! Clerk.
LAXDMAUK LODGE, So. 70, A. F. M.
? Tl!E REGULAR MONTHLY COMVtUNI
CA1I0N of Ljndmork Lodge. No. 76. .?. F.
M.. will bc belli at tbe Masonic Hall. This
' sr \ Even ng, at Scveu o'clock.
Members aili take due notice und govern them?
Byorderofthe W. iL
W. IL PRIG (.EAU.
Kovcmber 4 1 Secretary.
Dl' LTA LOOUK OF PERFECTION, No. 1.
AREGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
Lodge will bo hold I hit (We inesdiy) Event-g,
at hall-p st Soven.
Candidates for tits Fourth Degree will I e puuctuil
Hy order ot' C. E. CuicnnsTEn, T. P. G. M.
E. E. EEO FORD.
November 4 Secretary.
PAliMISTTO BTJXLDJLSU A SD IiOA5J AS?
AMEETING OF TUE S lOCKHOLDKRS OF
Ulta Association will bc held at Masonic Hod,
Tins Evening, at Seven o'clock, ou business ol im?
A ueneraland rune!ual attending 1? particularly
reques'e 1. J. A. ENSLOW,
November 4 1 President.
CUAIILKSTOcV BOARD OF TttAUE.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEEIIS'G WILL BE
h'-ld nil E'cning, at Scvci o'clock. M mbers
are invited to bc punctud, as bu-iucss ol importance
will bc brought b-.-lcre tbe Meeting.
November 4 1 . Secretary.
UK.MOCUATIC CLUB, WARD Mo. ft.
THE REuCL\R WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
Club wid be held This Evening, at seven o'clock,
at Hibernian Hall. J AS. O. HOFFET r,
S'ovcmbet-4 1 Recording Secretary.
BEMOCUATIC CM H. WARD Ko. 5.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF TUE
CLUB will be held This Evening, at ball-past
Seven o'clock-, ut Arnold'? Hail, Meeting-strict,
nbt vc John-street. WM. H. STEEDM'N.
Novemii-r4 1 Recording secretary.
WAUA) il?. 8.
MEM RLE S OF DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No.
y. will attend tho Il-gular Weekly Meeting, at
quart cr-pest Sewn o'clock, 2 h it Evening.
November i 1 Ri-eordlu? Secreiary.
xivERfilTY VV ?T1? SOUTH.
S E W A N E E .
RT. REV. WM. M. GREK'N, D. I)., Cli.m<"i-l!or.
BT. ELY. C. Y. QUIN'TAttP, D. D., LL. D., vice
Tnisiees-The Bishops ol' Nonh Carolina, Pouth
Caronia, Georgia, Florila, A la nama, Utss'sdppl,
Louisiana, Tenuessc ', Toxa< and Arkansas ex officio,
and one Clerical and two Lay 'Jrustccs Irwin each
of sai.l Dioeorc?.
'1 lo' l'.oard ol Trustees of thc University autiouncc
that they will op?u thc Juuior Department at Uni
Veriity Place, on ll Vd/ie da;/, thc l?:li day of Scp
teiubcr lies', under General J. OOHGA?, of Ala
IJ.ULU, as Head Muter, adistinguished graduate of
Weat Toint, very highly recommended by Gcueral
l.ee aud otiicr le idiug icen of tl e country.
D??-irJrg to mose the school simply s<\i-sustain
fng, Ibo Iriuiccs Lave Axed upon lite sum of 5-ico
po:1 year to tcvjr thc entire charges, ertecpt matricu?
lation fee |$10| an I rurdi'-al attendance. Students
will be required to furiiidb thoir own sheets, pillows,
eas:-.? and lowe's. Payment will bc required senii
awm-iily lu advance
The ttrsl tenn will close Decombor IS, and the
school will reopen, Liter ihc Christmas vacation, on
the 10th day ol February, remaining m see ion dur?
ing the summer except a short recess.
Communications in reference to tito fctoo! ?-lionld
be addressed to GEO lt. F i IEE ASKS. Ktq., 11 esra.
r..r ol' lue University, University Place, Franklin
'1 ho location of the i n'versify i n thc beautiful and
salubrious platean of the Cumberland .Mountain? is
too weil known io require desorption.
Persons coming to University Place chanar cars at
Cowan station. Nashville und Cbatmnoogi Railroad,
and lak- the curs ot thc Tennessee Ct al i otupauy to
University sutton ;'J ruiietO on the Univeiriiy do?
main. WILLIAM MERCER GBEES',
Septem! cr i banecllor.
BA I HMO BK. MA R YLA ND,
KIKELAX? ?S: CO., Proprietors.
April ?7 lyr
"?J li VC YU UK II UT KL,
No. 72 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
U. M. HlLDKKTIi A CU., Proprietor?,
THIS LONG ?S'IAULISHEO ITRsT-CLAS?
HOTEL, as popularly known in former time.'
under the management ol J. B. MO.VNOT, Faq., and
moro recently nuder that of HIRAM CRANSTON A
0..'., ie now nudci the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
If. HILDRETU ?: T. B. ROCKWAY, unorthu Arm ol
D. M. MELDRETH A- CO.
The senior partner from his lona cxporioncc as a
pioprieior of tim Veranda, st. Louis and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, Hatter? 'unwell' tint he can
???ure his I'r.o'jds aud the public generally, f'ut i te
former World-Wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hold, shall be fully ?ustaiued under ll* preseut
manaseni****. iyr* February Vi
QITY TAX?S-MO? A H L Y RfcTLRSS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESPOIE1
Ciir LIALI, November I, lsiis. f
Notii-e is liereby givoutoall concerned, ?bat Hie
monthly Uotnrns tor the m nth of October past, in
coiLplianee with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on thc
1Mb cl January. 1869, aud amended on ?ho 2'Jt'u of
September, 1803, muM bj ma lc on or bet?re the
1 > li instant.
TAXKS ON THH FOLLOWING ARC PAYABLE MDNTIILY.
On all sales of Goods, Wares and .Meivliaudlsj, In?
cluding Eire, Lumber, Hay, Grain anl Naval Stores.
Ou u'l .?ale-: of Cotton.
On all i rctgbt and Passoii?er Lists ol all steamer?
arni sai iui; vessels paid or peyab'o in this city.
On ail sales bv Ea'.ters, Utltehen atnl HucKstcr3.
Un all gross receipts of all Street Railroads.
Ona 1 yio.-s receipt* of all Expresa Companies.
On all saics at Auction.
On all t'arriase* and Hu.-rfi's.
On ali Income derived irora Kio pursuit of any
faculty, pro . s-ioc, n.v;ti>a'i u ot employment.
On tko -,r.vM rocoipts ol all Commercial Agencien.
du all comiuUviotts received by Factory Commis
sion Merchante, lasher.-. Broser-*, and others.
On all proiu'unM received 1'ir ur by any Insuiance
Com, any, urby agotcies for Individuals or co in ja?
On ail sross receipts ol' ail Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mule u?ed or k -pt within the
city, excepting boises or males rued in any public
licensed carruse, car;, dray, or other veld -'c.
On all Re'all Dealers iu all inicie* whatsoever.
On a 1 Halber .-shops.
On all irross r ccipU of Hotels and Public Fating
and Boardiug Houses.
On all rcceipti o; Livery st:b;-; Keepers.
On the gros? receipts ol Cotto.i Presses.
On the gross receipts of all Priming Olliees, News
pap rs and Punching Ilous.-s.
un all Doods svld ii th . citv hy person's not resi?
den i, bv sa i pie or otberwUe.
On all sates ol' Horses and Mules brought to the
Un sah s ol St a k?. Ronds, and other securities.
On thc gross looeipis ol Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On thc (rross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
All the defaulters wUI be dealt with as the ordi
nanre direct-. W. N. IIFGUES,
November 3 11 Cit>-A>sosaor.
CITY TAXES-LAST lKSTAliMENT
CUY TKEA-?11Y, NOVrMB'-B J, !Hf?8 -
Unuerau 0 nil nance --To raise supplie ta the year
ia ?." thc third iuatalmeiit of taxes ou Real Estate
must b paid during tin? moutb or executions will
he issued. s. ?HO JAS. City Treasurer.
?yrOTICE TO PILOTS-i TTY THEA?
i.1 s CRY, 1st Octouer. 1S08 -AH Li enees that
have expired caa 1 e renewed ou lite recommenda?
tion ol thc Chairman OfthCBoard of Commissioners
directed to thu Mayor, on apx>uvatiou at this othce
this month. s. THOMAS,
October 1 City Treasurer.
?j?ts flub (Caps.
TEL T H AT rs ,
MEN'S BLACK FELT HATS, 50 cents.
Boy*' Eine!: Fi lt HAT-.. 51 fonts.
Boys' srcoil Cl nh CAPS, cents
Mon's Hue Black Feb IM's. $150
IJovs' I'u-c Black i? ATV, SL SI 2r>, SI 50.
?v'-i J'1 u wanttbe wor.b ol your nioner, take thc
trouble togo to STEELE'S "BAT BALL."
See that tho Big Hat hang, over the door. No. :U3
Kiug-strout. ti Novembers
(0UH5, pistols, (Ctr.
GUNS, 1UF1KS, PlhTOLS.
JU. HAPP07DT. PRACTICAL C UNMAKES,
. No HS MEElIS'0-STI.EET. oilers at low
prie s to suit the im.'s, BREECH-LOADING DOU?
BLE GUNS, MUZ7J.F-LOADINO DOUIH.E BlTVi,
Superior Single Uuns for Roy-. Alsw. RIFLES, RE
VOLVEBS, EQUI PM I- Sis ANO AMMUN11IOX.
ItS^UEPAIBINOcxecntvd is usual
October SJ ivaw Imo
Il Au LUS TO X T II K ATUE
Lessee and Manager.Jons TEMPLETON.
THE FAVORITE RESORT.
PKW EXTRA NIGHTS,
j PREVIOUS TO THE REGULAR SEASON.
Appearance of Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. CREAMER!
ALICE VANE AND THE OTHER FAVORITES 1
A GRAND SENSATION BILL'.
WEDNESDAYL SEXING, NOVEMBER 4.
Ladies' Gala Night!
Good order always observe 1. New Pla-s every
night. See th j libeial admission.
Orchestra Chairs and P.irquctlc Centre alway? re?
served tor Ladle* and Gentlemen
Gantlcnicn (arm chairs lesirved), SI; Ladies ia-pa
ch irf reserved), 50 cen s; Parquette (side aisles), 15
cent-; back seats, SO cents; boys and children, 23
cenia; colored seats, 50 cen s.
JOE.?-Doors open ai hali-pa-t Seven o'clo"); ; com?
mence at .right o'clock.
Perform a ?ce will be over at '1 ea or Ua'f-nast Tcu
O'clock for street cars iu attendance.
Nov-ruber 1 1
tlotiffs in p?nhrtiplri).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED.STATES, FOR SOUTH CAR-. LINA
IN THE MATTER OF JOHN G. THUitSlON, OF
OH ARLE-?TON, BANKRUPT.-PEIITION TOR
FULL, .AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPT
t \\-Ordered, That a hcarin,' bo had on thc 20M day
of November, 166*, at Ibo Federal C .urthouse in
Chirles'ou, S. C.; and that all Crediton, fcc., ot raid
Bankrupt appear at s"ld limo and pl c\ and show
cavs.', it any they eau, v- hy the prayer ot thc pet'tior;
Ot s'aould not be granted. And that the seem 1 med?
ico of Creditors of said bankrupt viii bo held at thc
office ot R. H. CUlFhNTLR, E q, Registrar of Hie
Se.xud Congrr-sioml D.strict, So-arli Caro ma, ou
thc 12.'.': day rf November, 1808, nt 12 M.
Bv older ot tue Court, this ?list dav of October,
ISM DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk of fae D atrict Cour: ot Cia U. S. far S Ci
November i w2
IN TH IC OISi'RlCa' COURT UP THE
UNITED S U I ES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM. 1808.-IN THE MAI Tr R OF
ROBER 1 F. COOPER, OF sUMi EiC, BANKRUPT
PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BA.NKRCPTCY -Ordered. That a hcaiiun bc had
on thc 2??/i day of November, ISM, at Feder 1 Cotirt
hou c in Columbia, s. C.; und that all Cr edi ors, .'.c.,
< f said Bankrupt appear at said tima ?ind place, and
?how cause, if any lucy eau, why the prayer of tho
petitioner should not be,eraut-?d. Aud that the
8ccud meeting of Creiipors -if said Bankrupt will be
Iel I at tlc olliae of B. H. CARPENTElt. Esq.. Regis?
trar of the Secourt: Collar, ssioinl Dist-iel, S. C., ou
2J4 du>j if November, I8?s, at l p. M.
B -order of the Courr, tho aotli day of October,
lbfS. DANIEL- HORLBECK,
( lcrk of t':,c Distiiot Court ofilia U. S. Jor s. C.
November 4 ?3
Iy THF. DISTRICT COURT t?F THE
URITED ST.\'IE< FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OC70BL1R TERM. 13C8-IN TU tl MATTER OF
JAMES A. BROMES. OF-, MANKRLTI-PE?
PI I ION FOR FELL AND FINAL DI-CHARGI -IN
B IRRBUPTCY-Ordered, thal a hearing l c had ou
thc tweutyt?ztk day of November, at Federal Court?
house in Columbia, s. C., au I that all creditor.', dec,
or said Buuk'iipt app ar at said time and place, alni
show cause, if any tbev can. why the prayer of the
petitioner should not bc uranted; and that the second
mcoting of creditors of said lian krui it will be held at
th*-office ol H. B. CARPENTElt, E#q., Registrar of
Second Congressional District, s. C., ou twmty-third
day of November, 1858, at I1 A. M.
i y order of the Court Hie 30tli dav of October, 1SG8.
D ?.NIEL IiORLBECE,
Cleikol Ibo District Court ol ihe United sinb-s
Foi South Carolina.
November 1 w3
001 ]> ! QM??? GOLD :
Ch mi r i \ A G"1-? r0l< PALE?
RO U 'JU ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Brjiier, No. S Uroad-.-trect.
Novcmb r -1 1
l?Xijiii^UK o>T >?:?V~Y???K
FOR SALE LY
GEO. 17. WILLIAMS & CO.
October 23 finw imo
Prn (J3MJ?5, (Ctr.
UK AP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DRY
CORNER UF CALHOUN AND KJNC STREETS.
WF. TUE UNDERSIGNED, B WE RECEIVED.
and are receiving, by every steamer, large invoice* ot
tho CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have ever been
oilexcd in 'his market, city rs well as country buy?
ers can save liom fifteen to twenty-live per cent, by
buying the r Goods b om the above ti rm.
A lot ot'Dress Oocds, lrora 2U to 25 cents per yard
best Ii i.-h Poplin-, from 30 to 50 cents per yara
calicoes, at lu, ISJjj -md lo couts per yard (besti
Balmoral Skirts, from SI -J5 up
8-1 White 'fable Dama-k, nuly SI per yard
Browu Linen Damask, only Gi cents peryard
Worsted Table Cloths, Rom St 23 up
. large assortment ol Whi e and i oloivd Flannel i at
vury low prices
SOO pair ot Blankets, bou.iht twenty-five per cent, be?
low cost, will be sold from S3 up
Colored Quills, from St 75 to S2
Wbito MarseUl'S Qu.lts, 10-1,1W, 12-J, from SJ 50
Ladies'English Hose, without seam?, lrora CTtvJC
Sali- els, from 50 ;o 75 ci nt
A la:g>- qauii'v ol the in ert sty :o of Cawlmeres, from
SI to SI 30
Ladies' B ac!: l!roa Iriotb, from $2 to ?3 30
A tariety ol ;-haw s, at ?2, sa 50, ?:;, SS 50. S4, and S3
Browu uud White ealrtiua. at 10, 12,'j and 13 cents
Als j, fine braachc? cf White Shirting at very low
Ladies* and Gert's Underwear at dlHercnt prices
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 <::-nts
Thc best French Corsets, Lom 75 ron's lc SI
The latest S'j lc ol' Felt a id straw Hats
Trimmings, buttons, Ribbon*, kc, at the lowest cash
Choice colors Empress f loth, only S'JC
Shepherd's Plaid lroin 20 to 23c
Merino.- from 50c up
A lot of Ladies' Black C!<-a':s "rora S.-.C0 Rp
Ladies and Mon's Kui Gloves o..-ly ?1.' ii
j^>l'omcmbcr ihe CHEAP STOItE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KING SI LEETS.
WE AL'-'O NOTTF? OUR PA!RONS AND 'IHE
public in general that we have built au addition to
our More, exclusively for BOOTS, >HOE-:. HATS,
TRUNKS, ito., which will be sold a: the lowest ca.-u
C^U ?-.ad examine o :r sleek.
?2- ENTRANCE IN CALUOUN-S'J BEET.
PUKCHGOTT ?V BltO.,
No 437 EING-sTREET.
Septcnibe ! 21 . arno
A. ?J. FtAUlNGVi
STEAM ? M mm,
Kt?. 311 KING-STREET,
BRAN II STORK CORNER KING AND .INN
fPARES PLEAsU?E IN ANNOUNCING TO Ul?
cus oirers, aud nubile ia gen-al. til...::.- ii
now ready, with a fall supply of CANDIES o: his
owu mauuf.'j'urlnr. Keeps coaannlly "u hand a
fresh supply of Flt MN "it CANDIES, of tho greatest
variety. Fresh CAKE-? au! Pies of all sjnsarc
daily baaed at his Steam Candy Fa-tory. The
public iu g moral, and particularly the connt.-y mer?
chants. \?i!l fiai it io ibo!, intense by givln ; him a
call Ikibre purchasing elsewhere.
October 2i> Imo
J ? li i D . ALEXA N i) E ii .
li E A L E S T A T E A G ll X T ,
No. Iii Uioad-strctt.
RE-PilClFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IS THE
W RI I INO UP AN? ADJL'SIING OFBJ'JKs AND
ACCOUNT-! ot Mi-rchauls r.u.l o:her?. Al-o. the
RFLT.GCG AND RENTING, AND COlLECTtO.N OF
BEN 1: OF H .'UcES, kc October 1
(?rofcnes un? iHisceUancuus.
H A iriS AND SHOULDERS.
3A TIERCES HAMS
VJ IO hbd*. Shoulders.
For sale by J. A. EN?LOW k CO..
Novercbirl 1 No. lil East Biv.
FLOUR, CORN AND HAT.
Ir/1 3ARRELS BAKER1;' EXTRA AND SUPER
3000 bu-he's White Tennesseo -Tora
1000 bales Prime Eastern aud X. R. Hay
A supply ot' Oats, Peas aud Shorts. Als a. Seed
Oats, Byt and Barlev on haud.
WEST k JONI'S,
November 4 No. 7? Ea-t Bay.
t)A BALES GUNNY CLOTH. FOR SALE LOW,
mJ\J to elo =e sales, by
DENBY COCIA fe CO.
November 4 1
BITIERS, COCKTAILS, ftc,
AT REDUCED paiera,
EUSS' ST. DOMINGO AND
Arrack Punch. Mint Julep
Brand>, Whiskey, and
Wolfe's and Rc ga'
WM. S. rORWOi k CO .
October 28 wlmO No. 275 King-street
FLOUR AND *. ED.
CLAUSSEN MILLS FAMILY, IXTR\ AND
G.>'AU AM FLOUR, in all tizes of packages;
Bye Flour. Middlings for table tve. Hrau, Shorts
and Mixed Gmund Fea I, all fresh from tho Mills;
war.anted to give satisfaction or mouev returned;
consumers delivered tree of charse. Liberal dis?
count to the trade, by F. W. CL AU-SEN.
Oclobcr 31 2 wi
F?SH HOES ! FISH ROES ?
i i-n ROSSI
JUST RECEIVED. BY SCHR. T. THOMAS, FROM
Beaufort, N. C., a fresn supply of excellent
FISH ROES, roth smoked and in pickle, and for sale
cheap-thc Pickle Roes f y the keg or single dozen,
and the smoked by the dozen.
Mns. C. D KENRICK.
No. 83 Marl et-atxeet, sout'i side.
November 3 3
ASUPPLY OF FRE5H COUNTRY BUTTER,
just received and for sale, u 40 cents per Jb.,
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORF,
Southwest corn'r Mealing and Market streets.
Goods delivered lree. November 3
QA TONS SUPERIOR HOUSE COAL. NOW
OV/ lauding ?rom steamship Golden Horn, and
for sale in qua-ittties to suit purchaser.;, bv
ROBERT MUR.-, k CO.,
November 3 2 Boyce's Wharf.
QAAA S.VKS LIVERPOOL SALT, LARGE
OUv/l" sicks and line o.der, now lan ling
from British Bark "AssleR."
For sulc by T. J. KERB i CO.
WESTERN BULK BACON.
?)[v niID'?. CLEAR RIR SIDES, DRY SALTED
?I Kr 5 hhds. C ear Sides, smoked
10 b ads. Shoulders, smoked.
Just receive J, and for sale by
BERN ARD O'NEILL,
October 1 Bett Ray.
CARBONATE OP A M I>1 O NIA.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
li. H. KELLER* & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES
October 29 No. 131 Meeiiug-9ireet.
H. & IL "W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA PINK, PURK OLD
310 N O S G ABELA WHISKEYS.
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUU PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEY* to our tormer numerous customers at the
South, we havo anointed Messrs. H. GERD I S &
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrangement, ore
enabled to supply the trade :>t prices which will en?
H. J: H W. CATHERWOOD.
II. & H. VC. CA TU ER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OED
g r\ IlBLs. OF THE ABOV-: FAVORITE WHIS
0\J KEYS, cojsi.viugot X. XX. XXX. XXXX.
aud NECTAR and ABINE? BRANDa, au I also of
Now laDding, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS .V CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 105 East Bay.
GREAT KKOUCTIO.V JUST MADE.
HAVING MADE ABRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
of thc best importing houses of New York
and Philadelphia, we are now enabled to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy, Port, Madeira, Sherry
aud Claret Wines, l ure Holland Gin, London Porter
and Scotch Ale. Mouton's Bitters, I.e., at greatly re?
Par.ies in want of any of tho above articles, wouid
do well to u'ive us a call bef .re purchasing elsewhere.
Qui.-k saleo and Small Profits ia oar motto.
BYhNfc. k Ff JO A RI Y,
No. 452 King-street, corner John-street,
Charlo: tau, S. C.
OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal?
OM Monongahela Pye Whiskey, per gallon.2 25
Superior Monongahela Bye Whiskey, per gal....2 50
Ciioiec Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, X.2 SO
Choice Old Monongahela Rve Whiskey. XX.3 00
i hoio: Old Monongahela Rye Whiikey, XXX_3 25
Old N ret.r.4 on
Pure Uol'ana Gin.4 00
Kine Old Rurgandy Port Wine.3( 0
Fine Old Madeira Win-.-.3 00
Fine Old Sherry Wine.3 00
stou'oii's i itt*-rs, per bottle. 75
London Porter, warranted, per doz ni buttles....3 00
Engl sb an.l scotch Ale, per dozen bottles.A 00
Claret Wine, per dozen bottles.6 OJ
Port Wine, per doz?n bottle*.7 50
Madeira Wine, pei dozen bottles.7 50
Sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Whiskey, per dozen bottles.0 to 12
Gin, pee dozen bottle-.12 00
A disc, unt of ten per cent. ?Ul be allowed on aU
bills ol S50. Imo October fi
(?0-0 PE RATi VE Ci R0< JERT.
SOUTHWEST L'OllXEK MEETING AND
ill A ll Iv. ET M'BLET?,
4 N EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY
J\. selected tttpply ot thc NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also tho luxur es-WINE-, LIQUOR?,
a.--will at all timfs loan.1 at the above Store.
SS'abhsbt-tl under thc auspi.es of the ".PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
wh'c'u wid coutlDUeand extend th? advantages it
already offers to the publie. Free i arrival.- ard
bargains will be regularly reported, and everv iaeiu
tv afforded patrons.
' The "object" ot the Association i=, it? ?et tor^h :n
it- charier, "To furnish members tr I tuepub.1?
sith the necessaries of life ot iroad <i lainv. una lu.t*
raretl, and at lowes; market rates, an l train tlie
profits ol su.-h sales to accumulate capita! tor it?
Copies of fae Constitution .iud By-Lawscin be
found ut the More ol th! Association, aad all ,u
.iuir.es tegardtng thc practical working o? the enter,
arise w.B be mos: eh inrfnlly r.n I promptly sattsfi? !.
W. if. WELCH, SuiKinutendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
?Inly ll _
Mill POKD 0?SI IRS,
PLAN i ED. NURTURED AND FED BY THE
Cauncnsboro' Company, universally acknowl?
edged b..- jud tes lo ba the finest flavo ed OYS 1 ERS
lu the wor.d-lat themselves an 1 most fattening
nourishment. Miptrior to Norfolk and New York
bivalve* m delicacy, sweetness aud reli.-h.
??'.i bc liad in quantity or at retail, by ik* barrel,
barbel < r po lt m the KteU, and bv the gallon, quart
er pin! opened, at the WEST fcNDOF BEE-S I REE T.
October 0 JOHN S. SCHMIDT. Ageni.
COAL! COAL Ii
JOHN S. H URL HE CSC,
(OFFICE EAST HAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
thc pubi c that he i as eommmcad the i OAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
SOEclts :i .-bare ot their patronage.
August 17 Sruo
OF ror t E CHIEF OP Pl ?LICE, MAIN
GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON, S c.. Oc?
tober 10, isis.-The following Ordinance is publish,
cd for thc information of all whom it ni.y concern,
and will b . strictly enforced after thia date :
lly order Of the Mayor.
C. B. SIG WALD, Chief of Police.
IT SHALL NO T BE LAWFUL FOR ANY LICENS?
ED PACKER, or ant other person, lo purchase any
Samp'e or Lo se Cotton from auy persou oth.-r th.m
a I actor regularly engag..-d iu the Hale ol i otton in
bales or origin.?] packages, or from Shipping Mer
chaut regularly eugood ;n the shippi ?g ot Cotton iu
bale4 or packages, as aforesaid, ao l at t ieir respec?
tivo and customary ? lace ol' bufinrsi only, au.l from
no ether poison or ; ersons, or at suv othe;- plac-.- or
places whatsoever, under apmally of one hundred
dollars fer ea;h and every offence. October ld