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-Gold closed in New York yesterday 32|aS3.
Cotton was heavy, end decidedly lower; sales
2300 bales at 25a25?.
-In Liverpool cotton was firm and unchang?
ed; sales 15,000 bales.
-Velocipedes have appeared in the streets
_The latest from Paris is the report that
. Eugenio carries a walking slick.
-Lawrence, Mass, it is reported, employs
35,000 factory girls.
-The Southern crops this year are valued at
four hundred millions of dollars.
-The bair of James Ferguson, of B?rralo,
a worker in copper, has, it is said, turned per?
-Secretary Seward's marriage is said to have
-been prevented by the remonstrances of his
: family against his ringing that little bell 9.
-The latest news from Abyssinia announces
that Theodore's Bon has rebelled against Go
?bazie, who was proclaimed Emperor.
-The Swiss J.JSUI General at Washington
makes an appeal for rel of for the sufferers
by the recent disastrous flood in Switzerland.
-Twenty-five thousand and sixty-six dollars
havo been collected in New York for the bene?
fit of tho South American earthquake suffer?
-'1 he latest story about the Pacific Railway
is that they find "combustible sandstone"
.along the line. It burns easily, and is thought
?to contain petroleum.
-The Massachusetts Baptist State Conven
rion, it is reported, has adopted a resolution
denying the right of communion to all persons
who have not been baptized by immersion.
-The Boston Journal says that Secretary
-Stanton retired from office "with his health I
. ^seriously impaired, his* pecuniary resources J
tsslnusied, and bis professional business
broken up, even if his health would permit him
io attend to it."
-A New York correspondent writes that
"things are stunning in Broadway jost now.
Th* ladies are out in full bloom, with dresses
-trimmed with the oddest colors, a bricht yel?
low on a black ground being considered the J
correct th ins-."
- General Grant bas not yet resigned, and
.it is said that he will continue to hold his
office, if elected President, until ho is inaugu
rated, in order that be may nominate Lieu
tenant-General Sherman to the vacancy occa
stoned by his own promotion. j
- -An iron armor plate of extraordinary di- j
mensions was recently manufactured at Shel
field, England. The plato before rolling was I
twenty feet long, four feet broad and twenty
one inches thick, weighing four hundred and
twenty cwt. The final rolling reduced the
thickness to fifteen inches. Two hundred and J
fifty tons of cool wete consumed, and the labor
.of t wo hundred men was required for its pro?
-The New York Tribune, announcing that
.?.a number of stalwart young treasury clerks
have resigned, in anticipation ol the reduction
of the force in the department,'' gives them
the 1 olio win s advice : "Young gentlemen, we
.congrat?late you ! You are free 1 You no
longer groan under the burdens of office ! The
iree West awaits you I Its boundless prairies
yearn for your coming with the shovel and the
hoe ! Better raise a dozen good ears of oom
than twist a thousand rolls of red tape I"
-An address, eigned by one hundred British
subj octa, . including noblemen, members of
Pari iameut, and business men, has been pre- I
"seated to the Emperor Napoleon, begging his j
Maj caty to give bis support to the proposed
plan for a sub marthe tunnel between France
and England. The memorialists consider that
tho work, by strengthening the bonds which I
unite the two countries, will be of immense
advantage to both, and a "memoiablo ex?
ample of concord offered to other nations."
-British India, it is reported, is threatened
-with a dearth which it is feared will prove as
.destructive as the fa mine m the district of
Orissa, when two millions of persons died of J
starvation. There was scarcely any bet weather
in May and June, and the rains, which began
a month before the usual time, have done im?
mense damage. The rice crops, including j
those which have been sown a second time,
are ruined. Orissa, and all the district between
Calcutta and the sea, have been deluged. Yet,
while these heavy rains have fallen on the
coast, the central districts are suffering still
more from through t.
-The entrance to Nsw York harbor, by way I
.of Sandy Hook, it is asserted, is slowly filling
.with sand. For the last one hundred and thu- J
ty years the depth of water over Sandy Hook I
bar has been decreasing at the rate of eight j
inches every ten years. In a short time it is
feared that tho port of New York will bo closed I
to veaeels of the largest class. Attention has,
therefore, been directed to the removal of tho J
.rocks in tho East River, but as Congress has j
merely voted appropriations for surveys of tho
localities, and nothing for clearing out the
channel, private individuals have taken tho
matter under consideration. At a recent meet?
ing of persons interested in tho commerce of
New York, General John Newton, United States
Engineer, reported that the removal of the ob?
structions at Hell Gate was entirely feasible,
and estimated the cost at four million dol?ais.
-The Washington correspondent of thc New
York Herald domes the truth of the statement
telegraphed through thc cable, to the effect
tbat the Alabama claims are to be settled by a
mixed commission. He farther says that Pres?
ident Johnson declares that he has never for a
moment entertained a proposition so antago?
nistic to the interests of this country, and
that therefore Minister Johnson could not have
consented to surrender our claims to the ten?
der mercies of a mixed commission consisting
of sixteen members, a number, as the Presi?
dent states, large enough to lead to endless
discussions, and which would probably dreg ij
new subjects of contention, instead of settling
tho old ones growrng out of injuries to our
. Commerce during the late rebellion. Thc Pres?
ident further states that the negotiations aio
in a fair way of a speedy settlement.
-A proclamation against slavery, of which
the following ia a portion, is said to have cma
<nated from the Spanish revolutionary Junta;
"Considering that the enslaving of negroes is
an outrage on human nature and a stain on the
Spanish nation, the only one in the civilized
world that still maintains it in all its integritv
' -that by its history, its character, its intimate
connexion with every phase of lifo in tho Antil?
les-by thc importance of whatover measure
may be taken regarding it, and thc serious
consequences which any basty proceedings
might eutad on tho negro himself- slavery is
one ' of those repulsive institutions whose dis?
appearance ought not to be delayed, but which
requires the judicious adoption of well-consid?
ered preliminary and simultaneous measures
of an entirely different nature to render facile,
definitive and advantageous tho work of aboli?
tion; considering that these views in nowise
prevent the Provisional .Government, while
awaiting tho Constituent Cortes, after having
heard the deputies fvom the colonies, from
taking some steps to satisfy''outraged justice
without causing any of those complications
which would compel it to await tho meeting of
the Assembly, the'superior revolutionary Junta
of Madrid propose to the Provisional Govern?
ment, as a measure of urgency and safety, to
declare freo ali children of the enslaved women
born after the 17th of September, 1868."
SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 7,18C8.
TUE CITIZENS' TICKET.
FOB MA YO Ii,
Hon. HENRY D. LESESNE.
FOB A LD Ell HES".
Ward Alo. 1.
BERNARD O'NEILL. |J. D. GEDDINGS.
Ward No. ?.
JAMES B. PRLNGLE. |JOHN HTJRK\MP.
Word No. 3.
JAMES COSGROVE. (EDWIN BATES.
Ward No. 4.
JOHN F. O'NE?LL. I JOHN A. WAGESEB.
HENRY GERDTS. |JACOB SMALL.
Ward No. 5.
J. D. AIKEN. I ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
Ward No. 6.
H. B. OLNEY. |E. W. MARSHALL.
Ward No 7.
F. J. PELZ ER.
Ward No. 8.
W. G. W HILDEN.
To the Republicans of Charleston.
There are in Charleston many men of in?
telligence, integrity and respectability, who,
although no bigots in politics, are consis?
tent members of the Republican party.
They attend steadily to their business, abuse
no man because of his political creed, and
believe that there are honest and responsi?
ble citizens in the Southern States, as well
as in the Slates of the North. To these,
men, the reliable and upright Republicans,
whose fortunes are bound up with the for?
tunes of our eily, we have a few words to
The contest for the Mayoralty is not in
any sense a poetical one; it is a contest
which will decide whether Charleston is to
be wisely and economically governed, or
whether it shall be placed under the con?
trol of a gang of adventurers, whose only
capital and claim to consideration is the
bitterness of their political faith, and their
detestation of every Southern man who, at
the close of the war, could not conscien?
tiously subscribe to the famous "iron-clad"
oath. There is in the struggle, between
Lesesne and Pillsbury, no question of the
success or defeat of the Democracy. All
that the supporters of the Citizens' candi?
dates strive for is such a Municipal admin?
istration as will enable Charleston to flour?
ish and themselves to retain the fruits of
their past or present labor.
No intelligent Republican will deny that
upon the character of our Municipal ad?
ministration hinges the degree of our mer?
cantile growth and prosperity; but it may
be asserted that our opposition to Pillsbury
is due more to his intense Radicalism than
to his follies and faults as a mau. In reply
to such an assertion, we would call the at?
tention of the responsible Republicans of
Charleston to the conduct of the leaders of
the Republican party of the State in regard
to Pillsbury and the Municipal elections.
For more than six months the moderate
white Republicans of thc State and city
have been hostile to the party ncminee for
Mayor. They did not hesitate to declare
that the election of Pillsbury would be hurt?
ful to them and to all good citizens, and
their feeling upon the subject led to an at?
tempted compromise between the moderate
men of both parties. This compromise
could not, at the time, be made successful;
but tho idea was revived when the day for
the Municipal elections was fixed, and it
had been found that Pillsbury would not be
bought off from the nomination for which
he had striven so hard.
The leading Republicans in the city re?
solved to support Mr. Clark, the present
Republican Mayor, on the score of his po?
litical temperance, and they sedulously ex?
plained to the colored leaders that they did
so because the election of Pillsbury would
bo fatal to their most vital interests. These
Republicans, who are presumed to know
Pillsbury well, spoke of him as an unprin?
cipled and irrecpons;ble demagogue, bring?
ing to light dark places in his history which,
without them, had never been known.
Mayor Clark was peculiarly and disinter?
estedly emphatic in his condemnation of
Pillsbury. He Baid that if Pillsbury were
elected eily stock would go down to twenty
cents on the dollar. He said that Pillsbury
would, beyond ?ll question, ruin Charles?
ton ar.d every decent man in it. He said
that orders had been received from party
magnates that Pillsbury must be defeated at
any cost. There was no difference of opin?
ion. Every respectable man in the Repub?
lican parly condemned the man who, by
trickery and caressing ihe colored meD, had
won the party nomination.
But Mr. Clark could not obtain that sup?
port from the white citizens without which
bc could not possibly be successful against
Pillsbury. A nominating convention was
called together, and nominations were made
wholly irrespective of politisai party. This
a glance at thc ticket will show. Mr.
Lesesne, the nominee for Mayor, has never
been a poliiicul partisan. Holding himself
nlowf from political parties, he has kept the
even tenor ot his way, never allowing him?
self to be tied to the wheels of the party
uhuxiot. Throughout his career he has been
au upright, couacieutious gentleman, prov
ing himself bj his purity and unswerving
rectitude to have been eminently worthy of
the confluence and trdst reposed in him by
the friend of his life, the lamented James
L. Petigru Nor is there a party man upon
the Aldermanic ticket. The Northern, tue
Irish, the German, the Scottish, and the
Charleston interests, are all represented by
prudent and well known citizens; but there
is not one representative, as such, of any po?
It was, then, reasonable to suppose that,
as it was no longer a party issue, but the
question of saving the city, every moderate
and respectable Republican would prove
that he was not a party slave by voling for
the Citizens' candidates. Self-interest, self
protection, consistency of conduct, all
pointed to this line of action, and it is be?
cause we know that under Pillsbury
Charleston may become a howling waste,
while under Lesesne it will be a city in
which every man-Democrat or Republican,
white or colored-can be Becure in what he
already possesses and be able to derive
from his occupation the means of honest
living, that we urge every thoughtful and
responsible Republican to cast prejudice
aside, and, for his own sake, support, by
all means in his power, the candidates of
the people of Charleston.
CITIZENS of CHARLESTON! Register to?
A Word to chu Germans.
The Germans are eminently a law-abid?
ing, industrious and frugal people. Build?
ing up wherever they go the peaceful
industries of their adopted country, fight?
ing valiantly when the common enemy
threatens their happy homes, they aro a
class of citizens who form the backbone of
the na.'ion-an element of solid wealth than
which none is more important. Thoroughly
reliable, at all times and under all circum?
stances, as the friends of national liberty
and of law, quiet and order, the Germans of
every community have ever been landed
together as the supporters of an honed and
virtuous administration of public affairs,
and as the uncompromising enemies of cor?
ruption, extravagance and fraud.
The German citizens of Charleston have
all the precious qualities of their race.
Their frugality and perseverance have
made them prosperous, and now that the
combat deepens between the lovers of a
virtuous and economical city government
and the foes of prudence, thrift and fidelity
to the public good, it cannot be doubted
that they will justify the traditions of "Va?
terland" and array themselves on the side
of the representatives of the manhood and
substance of the community.
If there is a German who has not yet re?
solved to do all that he can do for the elec?
tion of thc Citizens' candidate, let him re?
flect upon the character of Pillsbury and
the consequences of his victory. Pillsbury
is now, and always has been, a "Know
Nothing," an enemy of the German, an
enemy of every foreigner. It is nothing to
Pillsbury that the Germans are sterling,
upright, conscientious men, who at their
firesides keep always a place for their dar?
ling mother-Liberty. It is nothing to
Pillsbury that the Germans are staunch and
sturdy friends, fair in all their dealingB,
bluntly sincero in every word. This is
nothing to P.llsbury, for he hates the Ger?
man as he hates every foreigner. If the
Germans could bow and cringe, and so far
give up their birthright as to bend their
nt ck3 beneath the heel of thc demagogue,
Pillsbury would seem to love them. But
even then he would soon turn them eff and
take more pliant tools.
Germans of Charleston ! You havo noth?
ing to gain from Pillsbury, and you have
all to lose by his election as Mayor of
Charleston. Under his administration the
Municipal Government will be corrupt and
profligate. Taxes will swell in number and
amount. Your business will be made un?
profitable, and your hard earned savings
will be gradually wasted away io benefit
Pillsbury and his satellites. Pillsbury will
ruin you in ruining Charleston. The full
meaning of this word RUIN you must know,
and if Pillsbury be elected it will stare you
in the face.
German fellow-citizens! You must not
stay quietly at home and decline to vote at
all. A vote not cast is cast against our
cause, and you should, for the sake of your
beloved wives and children, perform the
full mcacurc of your duly. Nor should you
be content to cast your own vote alone for
Lesesne and the Citizens' candidates. You
have great influence, particularly with tho
colored people-an influence which you
have won by your candor and fair dealing.
Uso this influence as you cando, fellow-citi?
zens ! use it with all your might. Strike a
manly blow for a just and fair government.
Come forward, shoulder to shoulder, with
your Irish fellow-citizens, and doubt not
that the day will be our own, and our city
removed fioai the reach of danger and dis?
REGISTER TO-DAY ! Citizens of Charles
" Un thc scon- of Business."
A few nights ago, at a Citizens' meeting,
several gentlemen decliucd, "on thc score
of business," to serve on a Working Com?
mittee for thc election of the Citizeus' can?
didates. The words were no sooner out of
their mouths than a young citizen arose,
and said: "Mr. Chairman, ON TUE SCOKE
OF BUSINESS, I wish to volunteer as a mem?
ber ofthat committee."
This young citizen struck the key-note of
the whole canvass, for it is aa a matter of
business, and upon tho score of business,
that the citizens of Charleston arc called on
to work for the election of I he Citizens' can?
We can understand that, nt the first blush,
many merchants and business men may feel
that they cannot spire the time to attend to
the duties of the election. But when they
reflect, when they pause to consider the
paralysis of trade which must follow the
election of Pillsbury, they will see that it is
as much a matter of business to work for the
men who will save the city from the impend?
ing crash as it is to drive bargains in cot?
ton, sell a bill of merchaudihe, or do any
one of those things by which men make a
Moreover, there are hundreds of mechan?
ics and working men who, if they lose an
hour of work, lose an hour of pay; and yet
are resolved to bear the loss, serious as it
is io them, and sacrifice their persunal pro?
fit to the common good of the city. Our
down-town business mer. cannot do less, and
will not do less, than these working men
On the score of business they must regis?
ter; on the score of business they must make
othes register. On the score of business
they must vote: on the score of business
they must make others vote. And ON TUE
SCORE OF BUSINESS we will, if mortals may,
carry the Municipal election.
WORKING COMMITTEES 1 Watch the re?
gistration to-day. See lo it that no colored
m tn registers who is not qualified. Make
each one understand what he swears to be
true, and tell him what is the penalty of
swearing falsely. The victory depends on
OUR "s. lid" men are rallying nobly to
the support of the Citizens' ticket. Read
the stirring appeal printed in another
column and note the signatures attached.
We want a long pull, a strong pull, and a
pull all together to achieve success.
REMEMBER, the contest for the Mayoralty
will be virtually decided, not on election
day, but to day and on Monday. Let no
citizen fail to register to-day. Something
may prevent on Monday.
EACH MAN who registers swears that he
is twenty-one years of age. The colored
boys under age who registered yesterday
are known, and if they attempt to vote will
be indicted for swearing xlsely.
SEVERAL colored boys, under twenty
years of age, registered yesterday in one of
the Upper Wards. Their names are known,
and if they attempt to vote they will be in?
dicted for perjury.
Do rou know a neighbor who is sick and
unable to get to thc polling place without
assistance? Provide a conveyance for him,
and see that he registers thia morning.
COLORED MEN! DO not be brow-beaten
or intimidated. You are not the slaves of
Pillsbury. Why hesitate to register and
vote for your friend, Lesesne?
TUE prospect brightens, and the enemy
quake and tremble. Register to-day that
you may drive him from his camps on
COLORED MEN, fear not to vote for
Lesesne. The white people will stand by
you and see that you suffer no harm.
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containing 5U0 acres. 350 of which is cleared, and
good Cotton un i Proviciu i Lund sim ile in st Paul's
Parish, CoUeton L>istrict, s. C., a' the head of I'oo
uoodoo Crock, which is navigable lo within a quar?
ter of a mile ol thc pl ace. OM dlstanra to Adams'
bun Depot, on thc savannuh and Charleston Rail?
road, is about four aud a half or five miles. On thc
place are four new Houses ter laborara.
tur anther nilumia'.iou, address KEY BOX, No.
534, Charleston Po-iuffico.
October 28 thstulino
M?RIVET FAR tl WI I til A TUE CITY
LIMIT', FOR SALI-'.- I hat valuable MA li
KhT FARM, formerly Provo?! Karin, oue of Ihe best
ou charleston Neel,, the pru}?crty of tho lat-- Thomas
L'.ncb, in roar of J. J. und P. Noi.-ctt's larin, ruu
niu" hom Uestcr-strcct to Ashley Uiver; couiaitun^
about 4J acres oi char pauling ?:?d marsh lund,
with twa Div -Hin.; Howes and all necessary ont
buildings on thc same; with a ran-o i f ma:.sh laud
fenced in for thc raisin;; of hogs aud >tock.
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No vember 7 1 Secretar?.
CHARLESTON H??K AND LAUDER
COMPANY, No. 1.
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Naveinher 7 1 Secretary.
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By order. JAMES RONAN,
Novomber 7 1 Secretary.
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of the DAILY NEWS Building, satiable for cfDccs,
Ac. Apply at THE NEWS OFFICE.
TO RENT, THAT FIRST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS SI AND, No. 220 Kins-street, a few doors
south of Wcntworth-street, now occupied by F. von
Santen. September 29
FOR RENT, THAT PLEASANTLY
siraat.d RESIDENCE, No. 12 Bee-street, nsrth
rfU. S. Arsenal. For particulars npplv at No. 25
HAYNE-STREET. sw 8- ptember 12
TO RIOT, THREE LARGE AMD AIRY
ROOMS in that pleasant residence. No. (137
KING-STREET, two doora below "Upper City Guard?
house." Also, two KITCHEN BOOMS. Apply at
ABOVE RESIDENCE._Novomber 3
AVERY PLEASANT SUITE OF APART?
MENTS to ront, with pia7Za and private stair?
case attached. Thc roam" can bc rented separately
if desired. Apply at No. 5o KING-iTBEtr, a lew
doors below Tradd. 4tutbs October 22
TO RENT, AT SULLIVAN'S ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-MOBY HOUSES, situated
close to Fort Beauregard, both having double
piazzas ficing north and south. Boil) Houses arc
in good condition, and well adai lcd fi ir private resi?
dences, hot.-ls or bc ardiug establishments. To be
rented singly or together; thc Furniture taken by
agreement, if desirable. For particulars, apply at
thc OFFICE OF TUE BAILY NEWS.
Prn ?00?I5, (Etc.
Q II E A P
JUST OPENED AT
STULL, WEUB A CO.,
Nos. 287 AND 239 KLNG-STBEET.
?1HEAP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DRY
CORSER UF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HA VE RECEIVED,
and ore receiving, by every steamer, large invoices of
tho CHEAPEST FALL OOODS widen have ever been
Offered tn ibis market. City LS well as country buy?
ers cati nave Iroui tineen Ul tweut)-flvo per cent, by
buying their Goods from the above tirm.
A lot ol'Dress Goods, lvoru 2D to 23 cents rer yard
Best Iri>li Poplins, from 30 to 50 cents per yar.l
Calicoes, at 10,123i md 13 couts per yard (best)
Balmoral Skirt*, from $1 25 up
8-1 White Table Damask, only SI per jard
Brown Linen Damask, only Gi; cents per j ard
Worsted Table Cloths, lroni $1 23 up
A large assortment ol Whi e ?iud Colored Flauuelj at
very low prices
800 rnir of Blanket*, bought twenty-five per ceuL be?
low cost, will be sold from $3 up
Colored Q;iilts. from $1 75 lo SJ
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-1,11-4,134, from f J 50
Ladles'English Hose, without seams, lrom 37 to 50
Satinets, from 50 io 75 cents
A laigf qauti'y ol the laiost style of Cassimcros, from
SI to $150
Ladies' Black Broadcloth, from S2 to S3 50
A \arictv ol shaw s, at ?2, $2 50, *3, $3 51), S4, and SS
Brown and White shirting, al 10, ?? aud 15 cents
Also, Uno branched of White Shirting ct very low
Ladles' aud Gent's Underwear at different pricos
Gent's Socks, from 10 up to 50 cents
Tba nest French Corsets, from 73 cents tc SI
The latest style of Felt a ul straw Hats
Trimmings Luttons, Itibboub. kc., at tile lowest cash
Choice colors Empress cloth, only 83c
Shepherd's Plaid lrom 2? lo 25c
Merinos from Sile up
A lot of Ladies' Black Cloaks from $5.00 up
Ladies aud Mcu's Kid Gloves only SI.00
4Sr*Remember the CHEAP STORE, at thc
CORNEli OF CALHOUN AND KING STREETS.
WK AL=0 NOTIFY OUR PATRONS AND TBE
public in general that we have built an addition to
our store, exclusively for BOOT'S, SHOE-:, DATS,
TRUNES) &c, which will bc sold ut the lowest cash
Call and examino o?:r Slock.
Jtt3- ENTRANCE IN CALHOUN-STREET.
F CRC II G OTT & BRO.,
No. 137 KING-STREET.
September 21 3mo
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES,
CH iBLEsTON, S. C.. NovEiinr.n 5, ISM -Ilc
covercd, and brooRbc to this Onltte, a small MEXI?
CAN BU CH. Any ?ne losing the samo will please
call, provo propertv, and nar expensed.
" H. W. HENDRICK-,
First Lieutenant und Chief of Detectives.
November ? 3
t1ITY TAXES-LAST INSTALMENT
/ CITY TKKA-UHY, NOVfcMBKB 2, 1803.
Under an Ordinance '"To rui.-e Supplie- for the jear
1808," Ul? Hurd iustalmcnt ol taxes on Beal Estate
must b-paid during lins month or executions will
be issued. S. 'IBOWAS, City Treas irer.
QITY TAX-dS-MONI II LY RETl'KVS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. \
CITV BALI, November 1, 18C8. |
Notice is her> by ;iveutoall concerned, that :he
raoniblj* Relurcs for Ute m nih of October past, in
con.pliancc wita the Tax OrOfanc >. ratified en tiie
?fill cl January. lSiW. anil amended on tho 3Ut!l Of
S" ptember, DCs. innot be ma le on or beioro th?
1 "h instant.
TAXES o s T'IF roLLmmco ARI: PAYAI" LE MONTHLY.
On ad Halt s ol' Goods, Wares and Mer.-hundiHC, tn
c" tiding Ric;, Lumber, Hay, Gram aud Naval store-.
0:i ad sal -s of Colton.
On all rn ight and Passen.'er Lists ol all steamers
and sai ins vessels paid or payable iu this city.
tm all sales by Bakers. Butche-s and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts of ?ll 8?rcoi Itallroads.
Ou u 1 grots receipts of all Exuress Companies.
On all salct at Auction.
On all Carriage* ami Bupgi. c.
Oil all income derived lrom the pursuit of any
faculty, profession, Occuptuj .n or employment
Un the gross receipts of all Commercial Agencies.
On all coromis-ions received by Factors, Commis,
sion Merchants, Bankers, Urouers, and otu-rs.
On all pi em HUH rece ved tor ur by any Insurance
Com any, or by agencies lor individuals or com, a
On all gross receipts of all Gas Companies.
On every Horse ami Mule u-ad or k pt within tb?
city, excepting boises or mules used in any public
licensed carriage, ear', dray, or other vchi :io.
On all lie.ail Dealers iu all anido* whatsoever.
un a 1 Harber suo,>*.
On all uross r- ceipli" of Hotels and Public Eating
tm tl Boarding Houses.
uu all receipts o' Livery stable Keepers.
Ou tuc groes receipts of Cotton Presses.
On Ile ??ross receipts of all Printing Oiliccs, News
pap rs ami Publishing Houses.
Un all Woods H.ild i i tb.: city by person* not resi?
dent, by sau plc or otherwise.
On all .-ales of Horses and Mules brought to the
On salis ol Stocks. Bonds, and other securities.
On tho gross ?cceipts >?( Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On thc gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
All thc defaulters will be dealt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. N. HOGHES,
November 2 15 City Assessor.
HAU ? las TITS TH ?AT R E .
Lessee and Manager.JOHN TEMPLETON.
T IT E FAVORITE RESORT.
. . LAST CHANCE !
GRAND DOUBLE BILL.!
To picas? many Lan ?es and Gentlemen,
NEW AND OLD FAVORITES!
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 7,
In thc Great Lodger Story,
OCR FIRE H ENI
ALICK VANE IN COSTUME!
I truman's Spcccn-Ii Bacclo."'
GEMS OF SONG?, kc, Ac.
i lapp y MgUt for one and ali!
Good order always observe;!. New Plais every
? night, Sec th? libctal admission.
Orchestra Chairs aod P.irquctte Centre always re?
served lor Ladles and Gentlemen.
Gcutlemen (arm chairs lcstrved), SI; Ladies (arm
ch irs rcecrved), 50 ccn's; Parquette (side aisles), 7.*>
cents; back Peats, SH c.uU; boys and children, 25
cents; colored seats, 50 cen's.
its* Doora open at halt-pa; t Seven o'clo -k; com?
mence at tight o'clock.
Porfornia-ice will be over at Ten or haT-poot Ten
o'clock for stivet cars in attendance.
Novrinbcr 7 1
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE "WIDOWS' H O 31 E,"
WILL nc HELD AT
THE "HOME" IN BROAD-STREET,
ON THE lott DECEMBER NEXT.
THE BOARD CF CONTROL OF 1 HE "HOME"
return their thanks t > the community for tho assist?
ance which has been fXteu-led them in their nnder
tuking, and will bo thankful lor any contributions of
money, provisions and fancy articles.
Puckages from a distance will bo transported free
of charge, by the Express Company and Railroads,
lr directed to Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN, President of
Widows' Home, Charleston, s. C.
N. B.-Positively no Lists for Rafflos will be circu?
lated about thc hall. Chane .-s, if desired, can be se?
cured at thu respective tables.
BOARD OF CONTROL.
Mrs M A SNOWDEN, I Mr- HENRY RAVENEL,
Mrs P C GAILLABD, Mrs J ll WILDON,
Mrs D E HUGER, ! Mrs C S YEDDEB,
Mrs Gro ltoDEnrsoN, Miss M MIDDLETON.
Mrs WM RAVEN? L, Miss M B CAMPBELL,
Mrs J S SNOWDEN, | Miss E E PALME.',
MiSS SI UOBLBECK, j Mi-8 ANNA SIMPSON,
Mrs M P MATHESON.
Mrs. M. A. SUD WD KN, Pre-iilont
MUJ MATILDA MIDDLETON, Vico-Prr si.lcut.
Miss H. B. CAMPBELL. Sec and Treasurer.
Mrs. J. H. WILSON, Corresponding Secretary.
Uotiffs in Bonkruptfi).
IN THU DISTRICT CO CI KT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 1808 -IN THE MATTER CF
ANDREW J. EVANS, OF ORANOEBURG. BANK
ROTT-PETITION Fi'R FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPT- Y-Ord.-.red. That a hear?
ing bo had on tho fourth day nf December, VSSS, at
Federal Courthouse in Colombia, s. v.; and that all
Crodi'ors, Ac. of sail Bankrupt appear at same
time und place, and show cause, if any th--y can,
why thc prayer of the Petitioner should not be
granted. Auii that the focond nicotine of Creditors
of satd Bankrupt will bc hold at thc office of R. B.
CARPENTER, Esq., Itegi-drar of thc r-econd Con?
gressional District; S. C., on the twenty-fourth day of
November. 1808, at 12 M.
By order ol tho Court, tho Olh day or November,
1803. DANIEL H 'RLUECK,
Clerk of tho District Court of thc Unitod Slates for
South Carolina. ttl November 7
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 1808.-IN THE MATTER OF
CLEMENTINA S. MAPLE, OF CHARLESTON.
BANKRUPT.-PE I ITU 'N FOR FULL AND FINAL
DI-CUARGE IN BANKRUPTCY._Ordered, That a
hearing be had on the 21(/i day of November, 1*08, at
Federal Courthouse io Charleston, S. C.; and that all
creditors, .vc. of said Bankrupt appear at said time
and place, and show cause, if any they eau, why tho
prayer of th : petitioner should not bo granted And
that th - second meeting of creditors of said Bank?
rupt will be held al the office of R B. CARPEN 1ER,
Esq., Registrar of Second Congressional District, S.
C., ou thc 23d day of Novemb'r, 1803, at 12 M.
By order of the Court, the 20tb day of October,
18C8 DANIEL UORLBECK,
Clork of thc District Court ot th* U. S, for 8. C.
November 7 s2*
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED OTATES, FOR SOUTH CAROIINA.
OCTOBER TERM. 1808-!N THE MATTER OP
DAVID STIVhNDER, OF ORANGEBURG. BANK?
RUPT.-PETII ION FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY -Ordered, That a bear?
ii g bc hid on thc fourth day of December, 180C, at
Federal Courthouse iu Columbia, S. C. ; and tba t all
creditors. Ac, of said Baukrupt appear at pad time
and place, and thow cause, ll any they can, why the
prayer ol the petitioner should not bo granted. And
that thc secoua mooting 1 f creditors of said Bank?
rupt will be held at thc oiuec of R. B. CARPENTER,
Esq., Registrar of r'ecoud Conuressioual District, S.
C., ou twenty-fourth day of Motntber, 1608. at 12 M.
Bv order cf thu court, tho nth day of November,
18;:8. DAN'L IIORLBE1 K,
Clerl; of Ike District Court of tlc U. S. tor S. C.
Koran1 er 7 s2
IN TH ES DISTRIC T COURT OF THE
UNITED S CATES, FOR SOU ' II CAROLINA
Ol TO UER 1 ERM. 1808.-IN THE MATTER OF
LEWIS L. CLYBURN. OP KHMDW COUNTY.
BANKRUPT.-PEI PITON TOR FULL AND FINAL
DtsCll ARGK IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ortferrt/, That a
bearing bu liad on Hie 'MUM day of November, 1808,
before R.B. CARPENTER, Registrar in Bankrupt?
cy. Charleston, s. C.; and that all Creditor?, Ac, of
said Bankrupt appear at said limo und place, and
show cause, if any '.hoy can, why the pia..er of thc
petitioner should uot bo oran ted. A;:d tba- the
meeting of Crediton of mid Ra-dstupt bc held at th**
office ot R. B. CARPENTER, Esq., Rcgis'rar of tho
"?Vcond Congressional District, S. C., on-day of
November, 1308. al 12 M.
By order ot tho Court tl io Otb dav of November,
18.8. DANIr.L HORLRE'-K,
C'loik of thc District Court of tho U. S. tor S. C.
IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATE?. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
O' TOBER Ti RM, 1868.-IN THE MATTER OF
ARI H UR G. GOODWIN, OP CHARLESTON,
BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR FULL AND FINAL
DISCHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordered, that a
hearing bo had on the twenty-sixth day of Novem?
ber wit, SL< Thu Federal Courthouse, in Columbia,
C.. ?nd that ull Creditors, Ac, of said Bank?
rupt appear al said limo and place, and show
cause, il au y tln-y can, why the prayer of the peti?
tioner should not be gran lo'. and that the sccoud
moelin of Creditors ol sod Bankruj t w.ll beheld
at the office of R. i?. CA RPH NTKU, ks -.. Registrar
ot Secoud Coiigresrfoual 1-isrriet. S. C., on thc 23d
.in . ol' N vi mber, 1868, at 12 o'clock M.
By order of thu . our!, the 30 li dav of October,
1808. DANIEL HORLBEOK.
i Icrkoftbe District ''ourt of thc Uiiit-d states,
October 3a .-:) For south Carolina.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNTIED STATES F R THE DI-vTRI-T OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-O'TUBER IERM, 1808-IN
THE MATTER OF WILLIAM 'J. WHITE. OF
CHARLESTON, BANKRUPT- PETITION FOR
FULL AND FINAL I'ISCHABGM IN BANK
RUi'ICV- Ordered, th it a bearii:- I?' had o ii the
twenty-sfvrn'h day ufNovember, lsiis, at F?deral Court?
house ni Columb'a, s. C., and that all creditor*,
Ac, of said Bankrupt appear al satd time and pla -e.
and . how cause, if any tho r eau. wby tho prayer of
tho petitioner sh uld not be granted, and that tho
second meeting . f creditors ol -aid Bankrupt will bo
held at the office . f R. B. CARPER I ER Use.. Rep}*
trur of second Congressional District, S. C., cu six?
teenth dm/ of Norember, luis, at 12 M.
By order of ?he Court, th's SUI h day of Gctotar,
1808. DA.NTt L HORLBECK,
Clerk cd'the District Curt
Of the Uni od Hates for South CaroMaa.
0.-to!>or 31 S3
BO A R Uf I N <;.-COMFORTABLE AND
nirety furnished rooms and boar* can bc oh.
laiucd by applying at Mrs. MILLER'S, No 0 Uu?
sou-stroet. stuthlmo October ll)
DK. J. S. BUTCH ELL HAS K E MO V E D
his offl.-e andjres'denrc to the SOUTHEAST
COBNcR OP KING AND JOHN STREETS.
Orarcms an? ^Hisfcllancans.
NEW GROCER* STORE. 3
TI7ILLIAM SIMONS, LATE WITH W. S. COR
Tt WIN & CO., beg* to inform Lia friends ami
the public that he his this day commenced business
on bis account, at No. 240 KING-sTREET (in the
bend), where he is prepared to supply them with the
best FAMILY GHOCEWES. He will be assisted by
.Mr. CAMPBELL DOUGLAS.
November 7 t.ws3
NEW BUCKWHEATFLOUR, &e.
BIRDSALL BRO'S NEW HULLED BUCK?
Hecker's Self-raising Duckwbeat and Wheat Flour
Double Extra Family Flour.
For sale by GEO. H. GR?BER.
No. 230 King-street.
Noven) tor 7 1 Ihird door above Market-street.
CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER,
RECEIVED PER STE A ?I SHIP
CR A RLES TON,
ASUPPLY OF CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER,
Imitation Knglish Cheese,Mild Cream Cheese,
Pino Apple Cheese, Young America Cheese. Sap
Sago aud Dutch Cheese, Pig Hams, extra Breakfast
Bacon, Pig shoulders, Smoked Tongues and Smoked
Beef; choico Family Lard, iu 3 and C lb boxes;
Pickled Beef and Tongues; Smoked and Pickled
Fisb Roes; 10 bbls Jackson White Potatoes.
For sale by GEO. H. GRUBEB.
Third door above Markat-street
November 7 _1_
r rv rv LB?. CHOICE MOUNTAIN BUTTER, AT
OK/V) 40 cents
150 dozen Underwood's Tomatoes
35 dozen Underwood'6 Lobsters
5 bbis. Underwood's Pickles
10 half bbls. New No. 1 VJackcrel
25 'ats New No. 1 Mackerel.
For sale low by D A. AMME,
Southeast corner Market and Meeting-streets.
November 7 1
CLEAR SIDES, SHOULDERS,
OA HHDS. STRICTLY PRIME WESTERN
CLEAR Si CES
lo hhd8. Strictly Prime Wes'.ern Shoulders
15 boxes Bulk shoulders
4000 pounds Choice New York Sugar-cured Strips
10 b ls. Choice Pig Hams
5 hbds. Second Quality Shoulders.
Landing, iu store and lor sale by
LAURE Y 4: ALEXANDER
November 7 _stni
LO OOO SB':G/D HAND2AND3BC?HEL
lu, 000 new 2 and 3 bushel Bags.
CORN, OATS AND HAY.
4.003 bushe's prime Tennessee CORN
1,500 bushels prime Oats
5C0 bales N. H. Hay
200 bales prime Eastern Hay.
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
November 7 3
SMOKED TONGUES AT 75 CFS.
1 fi rv SMOKED TONGUES AT 75 CENTS AND
IvU il 00 apiece.
Choice Smoked Salmon
Extra Smoked Halibut.
Just received at thc
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Soathwcst corner Meeting und Harket streets.
Goods delivered free. November 7
Encourage Home Manufacture !
PALMETTO HOP YEAST CARES.
HAVING RECEIVED THE AGENCY FOB
these celebrated YEAST CAKES, manufactur?
ed by Mrs. S. H. L. Price, of Summerville, S. C.,
we respectfully ask for them tho attention of the
trade gcuerally. and housekeepers especially. They
are exclusively of Southern manufacture, entirely
free from any inj uncus properties, superior to those
ot Northern make, answer all the purposes of, and
are far more economical than, Yeast Powders. All
we ask for them is a fair trial. Directions for use
accompany cadi package.
The trade supplied at MANUFACTURER'S
PALMETTO PIONEER CO OPERATIVE
Southwest comer Meeting and Market-streets.
HAMS, SHOULDERS, BUTTER.
?)?T HHDS. (GARLAND) BAMS
?tj 20 bhds. (Spencer's) Hams
20 tes. l.'ubagged Hams
25 bhds. shuuldeis
100 Ork na Butter
100 bbls. assorted Sugars.
Just arrivi d, and for sale low by
G. W. SI El-FENS i CO.,
November 3 tuths3 No. 30 Vendue Range.
QA rv rv BACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, LARGE
OUUU sicks and fine otder, now lauding
from British bark "AasdelL" .
For sale by T. J. KERR k CO.
~ T i BAKERS.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
' E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
October 29_No. 131 Meeting-street
SOUTHWEST COR XE li ??EKTISG AND
A N EXTENSIVE, VARIED AND CAREFULLY;
J\. selected 6upply ot the NECESSARIES OF
LIEE, and al60 tho luxuries-WINES, LIQUORS,
etc.-will at all times ba found at the above Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
wh'ch will continue and extend the advantages it
already offers to the public. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly imported, and every facili?
ty afforded pal rons.
Thc 'xiijcct" of tho Association is, as set forth in
its charter, "To furnish r-embcrs and the public
with the necessaries of life of good quality, unadulte?
rated, and at lowest market rates, and from tbe
profits ot such sales to accumulate capita! for its
Copies of t.:e Constitution and By-Lawn can be
found at the More of tho Association, and all in?
quiries ipgardiug the practical working of the enter
prise trill be most cheerfully an I promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, .Sui'onutondent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
ESALAS. AGENT FOR THE CHARLESTON
. Branch ol tho Havana Segar Factory, "La
Valentina," would respectfully invite the attention
of dealers aud smokers to bis very large stock of
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC SEGA BS, ot all grades
and sizes, excelled by few in thia country, and war?
ranted to bc as represented.
Sample boxes sent to the country and orders ex?
ecuted by Expr?s?, C O. D., or 33 days' ci:y accep?
So. 118 EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 24 ni wig ruo
JOHN S. HORLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
thc public that be I as commenced the t.OAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION* UUSINE?S, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3mo
ADAME ? I D I E R E
COItNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Transient Board 8-2 3? per Day.
April 21? _
7" K TO KI A HOTEL-THE PUOPKIE
) TOR announces to his patrons, and the public
in general, that thc price of board for transient and
verm meat boarders has bpen considerably reduced.
Thc Hotel is located in the businoss i art of King
street, comer of Princess. It is one of the best fur?
nished Ho.els in-thc city. The proprietor has kept
it for the last Uelve yeats, and his motto is to make
ewry ;:u?st feel at home.
Price for Transient Boarders, per day.S2 50
Price lor Permanent Boarders, per week. s 00
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
October 0 tutbslmo
"*^"T E \V YORK HOTEL..
No . 7 2 1 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. BL I11LDRETH t<? CO., Proprietors,
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the maiiagr*ieut o: J. D. MOXNOT, Esq., and
more receutly uude.- Hist of HIRAM CRANSTON k
C .., is now itndei the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M ULLDRETH ic T. B. ROCKWAY, uutr the firm ol
D. II. HILDRETH i CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as a
piopricor ol*the Veranda, St, Louts and St Charles
Hotels of Now Oriels, flatten? himself that bc caa
assure his friends MM the publio generally, tba: its
former world-wide reputation as a popular flrst-elass
Hotel, shall be f-dlr sustained under its present
inauageniitnr. lyr* Fehnury 13