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-N" S W-S SUMMARY.
- -Gold closed in New York active and ex
( cited at 35.
-Cotton closed in New York dull and heavy,
and a shade lower. Middlings 2i?@25. Sales
_Cotton closed in Liverpool easier, but not
- quotably lower. Uplands, afloat, 10*d. Sales
-Sitka has less than a thousand inhabi?
-Eighteen inches of snow now cover thc
?nmmit of Mount Washington.
-Brigham Young is said to be the third larg?
est depositor in the Bank of England.
-*The Moonstone," a drama closely follow?
ing the stoiy of Mr. Wilkie Collins* novel, has
. been brought ont in Chicago.
-Mr. John Quincy Adams was a candidate
for representative from Quincy as well as for
Governor of Massachusetts and was defeated
in both instances.
-The New York Herald proposes that the
-'campaign bunting be devoted to circus pur?
poses, as it has before been used in the service
of t.:o "ring."
-Tho warlike rumors in Europe bave recent?
ly received additional strength by the publi
cation of a report that the Prussian Govoin
. mer. t has been making heavy purchases ot grain
in Russia for the use ot the army.
-Ex-President Pierce was Well enough to
ride to the polls in Concord, N. H., on Tuesday,
and as he handed in bis ballot for Seymour and
Blair to the Moderator, .remarked, "This is :
-Idol worship is* firmly established in Port?
land, Oregon. There is a temple there belong?
ing to the Chinese, with graven images and all
the other accompaniments of a real heathen
-Brigham Young is issuing currency in
-Utah, generally resembling the national
'.greenback. There is said to be a good deal
'of it in circulation, and the Mormon Presi?
dent finds his banking operations very profit
-An advertisement in the L.ndon Times
'announces the early appearance of a new pa?
per of .first-class character, in which tho
anonymous system will be abandoned. AU
the leading articles will be signed by the
-It is mentioned as a remarkable fact that a
son of American parents, who was born in Cali?
fornia, has attained his majority and voted at
the recent elections. He is behoved to be the
only case of the kind. California has thus but
one voter who is not a "carpet-bagger."
-Paris has now thirty establishments- for
the sale of horse flesh for the table,which con?
sume 2500 horses annually, representing over
. a million pounds of cheap and wholesome
'^meat Another hippophagic banquet is to be
given to popularize the diet still further.
-By the bankruptcy ot the old Bank of j
"North Carolina the State will lose half a million
-dollars o! its literary fund, and the University
of North Carolina $125,000 more. Many
. chairity funds and the property of widows and
'Orphans will also be swallowed up in the same
-The New. York Tribune editorially says:
""The phosphate rocks lying near Charleston,
8. C., are supposed to be of immense value in?
asmuch as they contain the element of a most
valuable fertilizer. It is stated that half a mil?
lion dollars hos been received in Charleston
since bat dpring from the sale of the rook and
from subscriptions to the stock of companies.
-The land where the treasures lie have increas
>?d immensely in value, and a spirit of specu?
lation prevails. It is singular that in the midst
Of all this we have no account of practical ex?
periments testing tho valuo of the materialfor
agricultural purposes. We have had similar
-claims regarding the phosphate rock of other
'parts of our country, and, until mor?is known,
it will be well for those with only a little money
to be cautious."
-A few weeks since General Shields, the
Democratic candidate for Congress in one of
the Kansas Districts, advertised a meeting at
New Garden, a little town on the Une of Clay
?nd Bay" Counties, often called "Hell's Half
Acre." At the proper time the meeting
was organized, and the chairman introduced
Shields in the following manner: "Fellow-oiti
? sons- f applause; few. of them could vote]-Por
3nit me' to introduce to you a man whose
name ia a household word all over the land; a
patriot of two hemispheres; a statesman; the
companion of Clay and Benton; a soldier; the
hem of Cerro Gordo; the man who poured out
-bia blood like water for his country; the hero
- of the Potomac; the man who came nearer
whipping Stonewall Jackson than any other
man-but he did not whip him by a d-d
-Tue New York Times, of Friday, has a pre?
tentious editorial upon "The Republican Tri?
umph-Its real aoo?fl and meaning." It com?
mences with a statement that "the victory just
'"won by the Republicans is signal and over?
whelming. But its real significance ought
'"'not to be misunderstood. It would bo a mis
"take to regard it as au indorsement and ap?
proval of everything that has been done by
""the Republican party since it has had control
*V>f the government, and a still greater one to
"see in it . popular warrant for doing every
1 'thing hereafter that the party may be dispos?
ed or urged to undertake." Tho action o' the
party at Chicago is reviewed and commented
opon as "wine and judicious,'' and the Recon?
struction acts are called merely tem?
porary and provisional in their nature.
After the establishment of State gov?
ernments at the South, tho laws will
become of no effect and the people bo
Slanted the right to regulate their own affairs.
Until that time, however, the Tinieb assumes
that the Republican party is pledged to main?
tain them in force. In regard to negro suffrage
no new doctrine is established. "It remains,
' Woere the Constitution of the United States
""places it, in the hands and under tbe control
?'of the people of the States themselves. An
.""attempt will doubtless be made to amend tho
"constitution in this respect, so as to confer
..?apon tho National Government the regulation
".'ot suffrage in all the 8tates; but until that
.'.amendment shaU have become part of the con.
"stitution.tu?^ationalGovernment has no such
"power; and as a rote of three-fourths of all
"the States is required to amend the constitu"
"tion.it is cot likely to be made unless the South
"cm States, by'another secession, again aban
"don all right and all claim to a voice in the mat
"ter." The Times congratulates the country
upon the possession of a "conservative" Presi?
dent in General Gran* "His aim will be to
"allay public dissensions, sectional and politi
"cal, rather than to exasperate them. He be
"came the candidate of the Bepublicans rath
"er because the people at large demanded his
"nominaticn, than because it was acceptable
"to the more violent and Radical of the Repub?
lican leaders. In our judgment, therefore,
"those who expect him to be a mere passive
"tool in the hands of any party, will find them?
selves very much mistaken." The article
concludes with an allusion to the great work
before the new administration, and the state?
ment that "if its wisdom prove equal to its op
"portunitieB, there is no good reason why it
"should not unite, long before its allotted
"tenn shall have expired, the moderate, sensi?
ble and patriotic men bi ail parties in its
TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 10, 1868.
THE CITIZENS' TICKET.
Hon. HENRY 0. LKSESNE.
Ward No. 1.
BERNARD O'NEILL. |J. D. GEDDINGS.
Ward No. a.
JAMES R. PRINGLE. |JOHN HCRKAMP.
Ward No. 3.
JAMES COSGROVE. |EDWIN BATES.
Ward No. 4.
JOHN F. O'NEILL. I GEO. H. HOPPOCK.
HENRY GERDTS. |JACOB SMALL.
Ward No. 5.
J. D. AIKEN. I ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
Ward No. 6.
H. B. OLNEY. |F. W. -MARSHILL.
IV ?ixl No. 7.
F. J. PELZER.
Ward. No. 8.
W. G. WHILDEN.
Citizens of Charleston ! Few words must
suffice for to-day. You neither need nor
have time for more.
The people of this city have already de?
termined that Henry Jjeas Lesesne shall be
their next Mayor. Shall their resolve be
thwarted by fraud and intimidation ? That
is the only issue remaining.
Shall a horde of ignorant and deluded
negroes from the country, with the dust of
the r oad still unshaken from their brogans,
be Buffered to wrench the government of
Charleston from the hands of those to whom
the independent legal voters of the city,
white and colored, have deliberately chosen
to confide it ? They trt'H do it, citizens, un?
less you work and watch to-day ! Be en?
treated to give this day wholly to your city !
Go forthwith to the poll of your precinct
and vote; then ask how and where you can
best serve the cause. If you can do noth?
ing better, travel from poll to poll, and
watch those who will attempt to vote from
one to another. Spot such, and report
them to our active friends and the polioe
for challenge and arrest.
You can do good by simply standing at
the poll of your preoinct with Lesesne bal?
lots in your hands. Our challengers cannot
do their whole duty unless strongly backed.
Stand by them, and exhort them to Bland
up to their work fearlessly !
Men of Charleston ! Your city must not
be disgraced by being made to give a fraud?
ulent majority for Pillsbury and ruin ! You
can prevent it by faithful work to-day !
We charge you to give the day wholly to the
The Best Sign Yet.
The Courier at the eleventh hour an?
nounces that it has detected "the welcome
"sound of an approaching triumph" for the
Citizens' party, and accordingly hastens to
hoist the ticket at the head of its editorial
column, and ventures at last to couple the
name of Pillsbury with "incompetency,"
"disaster," "financial panic and business
convulsion !" Bravo ! neighbor. Better
late than never !
A Business Call (o Bnsinjss ."?Icu.
In ordinary times, business men may well
afford to eschew politics, or rather, to limit
their action on election days to the record?
ing of their votes. That is not enough to?
day. The election is the one thing to be
attended to, and to make sure of that, let
other matters stand over till to-morrow.
The importance of defeating the Pillsbury
party is, we believe, appreciated by all our
business men. They know the danger that
they run, and feel that there is no security
until the adventurer and schemer is deci?
But mere voting will not suffice. What
is worth doing at all is worth doing effec?
tually. And the business men of this city
who realize a direct personal and business
interest in the success of the Citizens'
ticket, owe to it more than the casting of
their individual ballot. They Bhould give
to it their influence as well as their votes.
They should remember that in. one way or
another, in ono direction or another, they
have it in their power to Bwell the list of
voters, or to frustrate frauds by which their
own votes may be counteracted. Personal
efforts of this kind are not pleasant, we
admit. The real work of the canvass does
not commend itself to the taste of men who
boast that they attend to their business and
leave electioneering to the politicians. For
this day, at least, every man ought to be a
politician. And certainly every business
man who understands the identity existing
between his business welfare and the tri?
umph of Lesesne, ought for once to put his
shoulder to the wheel and render all the aid
he can to crush the profligate party which
would obstruct our business progress.
To the Colored People.
When you vote to-m?rrow bear in mind
what the Rev. R. H. Cain said to you in the
Missionary Record of Saturday. It was
1. Mr. Lesesne is aa old, respectable cit
ires, k?c?? by both races.
2. Vote for the beat interests of our times.
3. The merchants of East Bay and Broad
street have given the colored men work and
paid them good wages.
4. We are now to turn our attention to
our local interests.
5. The question now is not as much aa to
parties as to individuals.
C. We are willing to try the men who have
proclaimed that they are willing to do jus?
tice to the colored people.
7. As a Republican, we are not bound to
any men or set of men, North, or South, if
I we are to sacrifice the peace and prosperity
I pf our city to place them in power,
Colored people ! You will secure to your?
selves peace, justice, equal rights, and all
the blessings bestowed on honest and suc?
cessful industry, by voting for Leseeno and
the Citizens' candidates.
1. Let every friend of law and order use
all his influence and exert all his power to
preserve the peace to-day.
2. Keep cool-work hard-begin soon
slick to it; and do all you can to poll a
heavy vote for Lesesne and the Citizens'
3. There should be no jostling or crowd?
ing at the polls to-day.
4. The election lasts but one day. Let
the merchant, the trader, the mechanic and
the laboring maa give one day to the cause
of wise and economical government.
Watch the Polls.
We hope that there will be at least one
hundred white mea at each polling precinct
to-day while the vote is being taken. This
is necessary to prevent the conservative
colored men from being intimidated by the
Radical bullies, who threaten them with
punishment if they veoture to vote for
No colored man shall be abused because
he has the good sense to vote with the party
of law and order, aud it is due to our color?
ed friends who staad by us that they should
be guarded uow aud well rewarded here-'
Householders ! Unless you eau yourself
accompauy your servaut to the polls while
he deposits his vote for Lesesne, it is safer
aud far better to advise him to stay away
from the polls altogether. The pressure
and intimidation brought to bear upon con?
servative colored mea by the Pillsbury ne?
groes is so tremendous that it is not safe to
send a colored Lesesae voter to the polls
aloae. Make sure that his vote is not cast
against us, and if nothing is gained nothing
will be risked.
THE great question to be decided to-day
will be settled in short metre. Tho hours
in which ballots can be polled will be few,
while the work to be accomplished is im
meuse. The polls will opea at 7 A. M., and
close at 5 P. M. Ia the space of tea hours
the fate of the city for the next three years
must be determined. Let no citizen, there?
fore, fail to vote at as early an hour a3 pos?
sible. All business should be deferred un?
til this great public duty is discharged.
IN THE Missionary Record of Saturday,
Parson Caiu says : "We shall hail with
"pleasure the election of a man who can
"bring to his aid men and means which
"will give an assurance of success in our
"financial und Municipal relations." That
man, colored voters, is the Hon. H. D
THE Rev. R. H. Cain, whom the colored
people kuow aud trust, says : "Choose be
"tweeu the caodidates best qualified to eub
'.serve the good of the city and people's
"welfare." You have the choice, colored
people, and if you are wise you will vote
COLORED mea of Charleston ! tho Rev. R.
H. Cain speaks of the Democrats as your
"best friends,'" and of Mr. Lesesne, our can?
didate for Mayor, he says: "He is an old,
"respectable citizen, and is well known by
LET every good citizen report to our lead?
ers every sick maa who would vote our
ticket if abie to be out, and then make ar?
rangements to bring bim out. It may be
their last chance to save the city.
A VOTE for the Citizeas' ticket is a vote
for peaoe aud progress. A vote for the
Radical candidates is a vote for reaction,
extravagance and social and political pro?
PROTECT the ballot-box. See that. the
men imported by Pillsbury do uot vote
here. Above all. see that they do uot de?
prive any legal voter of his right to vote.
OSE VOTE may insure the honest expen?
diture of the two million four hundred thou
saud dollars which will be paid iuto the city
treasury duriag the comiog three years.
REMEMBER, that ia supporting Lesesne
to-day you are rendering the greatest ser?
vice you possibly could to your wives and
dear littL* children. Work.'
STRAWS show which way the wind blows.
The Courier has seen several straws, and
accordingly blows its trumpet boldly for
GERMAN FELLOW-CITIZENS 1 Move forward
to the support of Lesesne and the Citizens'
candidates. Vote for your eily and coun?
IRISHMEN OF CHARLESTON : Rally around
thc polls and cast a unanimous vote for the
Hon. H. D. Lesesne and your representative
WOMEN OF CHARLESTON ! See to it that
no laggard sits down to dinner to-day until
he has cast his .vote for Lesesne and good
CHARLESTONIANS ! The enemy is at your
gates! Smite him hip and thigh. Van?
quish him not with bullets, but with ballots.1!
A VOTE for Lesesne is a vote for honesty.
A vote for Pillsbury is a vote in favor of
fraudulent contracts and increased taxation.
COTTON MEN ! Close your offices as far as
possible and go with your clerks and em?
ployees at an early hour to the polls.
THERE may be a jam at the polls. The
old men, the fathers of the community,
should be at the polls at an early hour.
EVERY mechanic should make it a point
to be at the polls early this morning and
cast his vote for the Citizens' ticket.
FIREMEN 1 Do you want to preserve your
time-honored organization ? See that every
vote is brought out for Lesesne I
THE polling places to-day are the regis?
tering places of yesterday. Every maD
votes where he registered.
WOMEN OF CHARLESTON ! Say to those
whom you love that if they love you they
will vote for Lesesne to-day.
_ _ *v
WATERLOO changed the destinies of Eu?
rope-to day will determine the fortunes of
Charleston for years to come!
Do YOU want an honest, an efficient, and
an economical government 7 Then go and
vote for Lesesne.
WORKINGMEN ! The result of to-day's elec?
tion is important to you. Don't fail to cast
your vote for Lesesne. .
A VOTE for Lese9no ?9 a vote ia favor of
reduced taxation and economy. Vote early.
RATS leave a sinking ship. The Courier
deserts Pillsbury ia his distress.
LET no man skulk at home to-day. The
place of duty 19 at the polling place.
WATCH closely and .challenge fearlessly
all Pillsbury men trying to voie illegally !
ONE VOTE may redeem our city from the
threatened frauds of the Pillsbury ring.
EVERY man who has registered, and no
other, is entitled to vote.
THE Courier has got down off the fence.
Pillsbury, your doom is sealed !
CHALLENGE, collar and capture all Pills?
Do Y OL* want ptace and prosperity ? Then
vote the Citizen*' ticket.
ONE more effort and the day is our own.
WK have only OSE DAY to vote for Mayor.
VOTE against Pillsbury extravagances.
BRING out every registered votor!
VOTE against Pillsbury corruption.
STAND to your rights at the polls !
READER, go and vote now.
VOTE early !
TO KENT. THE HOUSE No. 135, COR?
NER Coming ard Radcliffe streets, next to the
store; it contains four large rooms and two dressing
rooms, and outside kitchen. Rent i'J5 per month.
Inquire at TH E STORE. 3?_November 7
TU KENT. A VERY DESIRABLE RES?
IDENCE in thc Western part of tho city, con?
taining six upright rooms and doublo piazza to the
south, with largo outhouses, all .in complete ordor.
Rent S600 per annum. Possession given immediate?
ly- Apply to No. 291 KLSG-STREET. cornor Went
worth-strect. 2 November 10
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Apply at THIS OFFICE._October 28
TO RENT. THE TWO UPPER FLOORS
of the DAILY NEWS Building, mitaule for cfllccf,
?C. Apply at THE NEWS OFFICE.
TO KENT, THAT KIHST-CLASS BUSI?
NESS Si AND, No. 290 King-strcct, a few doors
south of Wcutworth-itrcet, now occupied by F. von
Sautcn. September 29
TU RENT, THREE LARGE AND A Itt Y
ROOMS in that pleasant residence No; G37
KING-STREET, two doors below "Upper City Guard?
house." Also, two KITCHEN ROOMS. Apply at
ABOVE RESIDENCE._November :)
AVERY PLE \SANT SUITE OP APART?
MENTS to rent, with piazza and private stair?
case attached. The room? can be rented separately
if desired. Apply at No. 5U KING-STREK r, a tow
doors below Trodd. -truths October 22
TU KENT, AT SULLIVANS ISLAND,
two adjoining TWO-sTORY HOUSES, situated
close to Fort Beauregard, both having double
piazzas facing north and south. Both Houses arc
lu good coudidon, and well adai ted for private resi?
dences, hotels or bearding establishments. Tobe
rented singly or together; the Furniture takon by
agreement, if desirable. For particulars, apply at
the OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS.
MARKET PAR U WITHIN THE CITY
LIMIT-, FOR SALE.-That valuable MAR?
KET FARM, formor.y l'revo? Farm, one ot the best
on i'i-arle.-tuu Neck, the property of the late '! homaa
Lynch, in rear of j. J. ?nd P. Noisett's larm, ruu
uiiu noni Hester-street to Ashley River; containing
about 42 acres o; clear pian Ung and marsh land,
with two Dwelling Houst-s and all necessary out
buildings on the same; with a range 1 f marsh land
feuced in for the raising of hogs and stock.
Fer furth.-r particulars apply to
JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON.
October 30 No. KJ7 East Bay.
SEA ISLAND COTTON AND PROVISION
PLANTATION FOR SALE.-The subscriber
offer* for sale, on lib-ral terms, a PLANTATION
ccntainiug OOP acree. 250 of which is cleared, and
good Cotton and Provision Land, situate 111 st Paul's
Parish, Colleton District, S. C., at the head of Toc
goodoo Creek, which is navigable to within a quar?
ter of a mile of thc place. The distance to Adams'
nun Depot, on the Savaunah and Charleston Rail?
road, is about four aad a half or five miles. On thc
place are four new Houses tor laborers.
For further information, address KEY BOX, No.
534, Charleston Po-toluee.
October 28 thstulmo
FUK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN
any quautitv, price To ceuis per hundred. Apply
at the Office of the DAILY NEWS. February 20
BU A R DI N G.-CUJI PORTABLE AND
nicely furnished rooms and boan) can bc ob?
tained by applying at Mrs. MILLER'S, No. C Und
son-strcct. stuthlmo October 10
DR. J. S. M ITCH Bltli HAS KEMOVED
his office and residence to the SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF KINtf AND JOllN STREETS.
HUME LOAS AND BUILDING ASSOCIA?
THE TREASURER WILL RECEIVE THE SIX
PER CENT. INSTALMENT due tm's da'.e dux
it g the day, at the office of William C. Dukes & Co.,
No. 1 South Atlantic Wharf, aid al Dight at Masonic
The Money on hand will be sold at Masonic Hall,
at Seven o'clock This Evening.
F. B. HACKER,
November ?0 1 * Treasurer.
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SO?
TUE MEMBERS OF THE ST. PATRICK'S BE
NEVOLENT .?OCIT.1Y will attend the usual
Monthly Meeting 77ii> (Tuesday) Evening, the 10th
inst, at halt-paet Se* en o'clock P.M., at Masonic
Hall. Members will please be punctual iu atten?
dance. W. BAKER,
November 10 1 Secretary.
CAROLINA CHAPTER, No. 1, R. A. M.
AREGULAR QUARTERLY CONVOCATION OF
CAROLINA CHAPTER. No. 1. R. A. M., will
be held at Masonic Hall, Th ii Evening, 10th instant,
at Seven o'deck. Final actioD on tuc Arrear L'st
will be taken. Candidates for Degrees are requested
to como forward.
By order M. E. H. Priest.
L. B. LOYEGREEN,
Secretar}- C. C. No. 1, R. A. sf.
November 10 1
SOUTH CAROLINA FRIENDLY
AREGUHR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
held This Evning, tho 10th instant, at No. 310
Meeting-street, at Seven o'clock precisely. 'By order
of tho President. FRIED. HISCH,
November 10 1* Treasurer.
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apply at THIS OFFICE. thstu October 20
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MAN, wife, three children and nurse. Will
require two rooms, and p'ain, but substantial, table.
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Charleston, S. C. November 3
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knowing ai.vihing ol' the whereabouts of Mr.
ANTONI" BURK, who lett Richmond about fifteen
months since tor Eentucky, will confer a tavor by
addressing his wife, ANNE BUKE, Richmond Post?
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Servants can al-otmd places by application to thc
same place, at the same hours Inquire for thc Ma?
tron, comer Cbur-u. and Chalmers stieet
HOUSE "WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
permanent tcuaut wishes to rent a small but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
must bc mod?rate. Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, kc, "A.
B.," OFFICE DAILY NEWS. September lfl
TITAN TED, BY A GENTLEMAN FROM
VT the up-country, a situation aa CLERK iii
either a Wholesale or Retail Grocery More; is ex?
perienced in the business, andean influence trade.
Best of references given. Address CLERK, through
Charleston Postoflkc, South Carolina.
pissulutiou of (Copartnfrsljij).
NOTICE -THE COPARTNERSHIP
heretofore existing between us under tho
name of LEONHARD! k DUENsING, bas this day
by mutual consent boen dissolved. Mr. LEON
HARDT is alone authorized to settle thc affairs of
the firm. All persons indebted to thc firm will make
pajmenttohim. W. TH. LEONHARDT.
CHS. H. LiUENSLNG.
Charleston, November 7, 18Ci.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CARRY ON THE
business of the Cigar and Tobacco Store under the
Pavilion Hole', ami thanking his iricuds foi their
potronago, would respectfully solicit a continuance
ot their ( ust'.un.
NovernborO 3 W. TH. LEONHARDT.
MISS M. J. DUBIA WILL GIVE LES?
IONS IN GERMAN, FRENCH AND DRAW?
ING, at ber residence No. G2 Church-street, also in
Schools and private families.
References- Rev. P. P. Gadsden, Rev. James Miles,
Mr. Edward McCradv, Prof John McCrady,
October 27 tuf?
OFFICE OF CHIEF OK POLICE.
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, CHARLESTON. 8. C.,
November 9, 1809.-The attention of all whom it
raiy cone.rn is called to thc following section of au
Act Ot the Legislature ef South Carolina, which will
be strictly enforced :
X. All Barrooms and Drluktng Saloons in the
town or city, where such eleetiou is held, shall bc
closed ou tho days ot' Election, and any person who
shall sell to any person auy intoxicating drinks on
thc day of Election shall bc guilty ot a misdemeanor,
and on couvicilon thereof, si ail b . tined in a sum
not less than one hundred dollar?, or be imprisoned
for a period not less than oue mouth nor more than
In conformity with thc above, all Barrooms within
thc city will lie closed Irom 12 o'clock Morning
Ninht, 9lh inst., until 12 o'olo.-lt Tuesday fright, 10th
By order of the Mayor. C. B. SIGWALD,
November 9 2 Chief of Police.
CITY TAXES-LAST INSTALMENT
CITY TREASURY, NOVEMBER 2, 1803.
Under an Ordinance "To raise Supplie- for tho year
1868," the third instalment of taxes on Real Estate
must be paid during this mouth or ex?cutions will
be issued. S. TB0 MAS, City Treasurer.
Q?TY TAXES-MO.V1HLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
CITY HALL, November 1, 1809. |
Notice is hereby ^iveutoa'.l concerned, that the
monthly Returns for the m nth of October past, in
compliance with thc Tax Ordinance, ratified on the
PI li cl January. 1808. and amended ou he 29:h of
September, 1803, must be made on or bet?re the
TAXES ON THE FOLLOWINO ARE PAYA1LE MONTHLY,
On all sales of Goods, Wares and Merchandise, in?
cluding Rice, Lumber, Hay, Gram au! Naval stores.
Ou ad sales ot Cotton.
On all I-leight and Passenger Lists ol all ?teamen
and sailing vessels paid or payable iu this city.
On all sales by Bakers, Butchers and Hucksters.
On all gross receipts ol'all Stiee; Railroad*.
On al gross receipts of all Ex ureas Companies.
On all sales at Auction.
Ou all Carriage* aud Buggies.
On all income derived irom rhe pursuit ot any
faculty, proiessiou, occup?t] >u ot employment.
On tho gioss receipts ot all Commercial Ageneies.
On all commissions received by Factors, Cominis,
sioa Merchants, Bankers, Brogers, and others.
Ou all premiums received for or by auy Insurance
Com; any, or by agencies lor individuals or compa?
On all gross receipts ol' all Gas Companies.
On every Horse and Mule u?ed or k>pt within the
city, excepting boises or mules u*ed iu any public
licensed carriage, cari, dray, or Other Vehicle.
Ou all Rc ail Dealer? iu all article! whatsoever.
Ou a 1 Barber Shops.
0u all cross r> ccipis of Hotels r.ud PubUc Eating
and Boarding Bouses.
On all receipts ot Livery Stable Kocpers.
On tl.egross receipts of Cotton Tresses.
On thc gross receipts of all Printing Office?, News
pap rs and Publishing Houses.
On all Goods sold lu the city by perron' not resi?
dent, by sample or otherwise.
On all sales ol' Horses and Mules brought to the
On salts ol Stock?. Bonds, and other securities.
On thc gross lcceipts of Magnetic Telegraph Com?
On the gross receipts of all Tavern Keepers and
A ll thc defaulters will be de alt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. S. HUGHES,
November 2 1>" City Assessor.
A~ V " "~ A~TT R "' * "
FOE THE BENEFIT OF
THE "WIDOWS' HOM E,"
WILL DE HELD AI
THE "HOME" IN BROAD-STREEr,
ON THE 13ft DECEMBER NEXT.
THE BOARD CF CONTROL OF 1 HE "HOME"
return their thanks ti tho commsnttv for the assist?
ance which has been extenied tban in their under?
taking, and will be thankful for any contributions of
money, provisions and fancy article?.
Packages froni a distance will be transported free
of charge, by the Express Compati? and Railroad?,
if directed to Mrs. M. A. SNOWDEN, President of
Widows' Home, Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-Positively no Lists for Raffles will be circu?
lated about the hall. Chancre, if desired, can bc se?
cured at the respective table?.
BOARD OF CONTROL.
Mrs M A SNOWDEN, I Mn HEXRT R.?VEXEL,
Mrs P C GAILLABD, Mr* J H WELBON,
Mra D E HUOER, I Mrs C S YEDDEB,
Mrs GEO ROBERTSON, Miss M MIDDLETON.
Mrs WM RAVEKFL, M'SS M B CAMPBELL,
Mrs J S SNOWDEN, | Miss E E PALME.-,
Miss M BOBLBECK, j Mi-s ANNA S?MPEOS,
Mrs M P MATHESON.
Mrs. M. A. SNDT7DEN. Pre-ident.
Mis* MATILDA MIDDLETON, Vice-Prf sident.
Miss M. B. CAMPBELL, Sec and "ireasurer.
Mrs. J. H WILSON, Corrcspondhic Secretary.
ttotires in Bankntptri).
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA.-IN THE MATTER OF FRAN?
CIS M. MITCHELL, BANKRUPT.-To whom it may
concern: The undersigned hereby civcs notice of hi?
appointment as Assignee of FRANCIS M. MITCH?
ELL, in the District of Abbeville and State of South
Carolina, within said District, who has been adjudg?
ed a Bankrupt upon his own petition by the Li?
trict Court of said District.
Dated 2d day of Novemt er, A. D. 18G8.
(iiqned) LOUIS McLAIN,
November 3 tu3 Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COU KT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR ?OUTH CAROLINA -
OCTORER TERM, 1868.-IN THE MAT I ER OF
MOSES '?ROHDEN. OF SPMTEI!, BANKRUPT.
PETITION FOR FINAL DI CHARGE IN BANK?
RUPTCY -Ordered, That a hearing be had on the
twenty-sixth da;/of Noremb-'r, 1808. a> Federal Court?
house in Columbia, S. C.; and that all creditors, &c.
of said Bankrupt appear at su I time and pitee, and
show cause, it any they can, why the prayer of the
pedi io: er should not be granted. And that toe se?
cond meeting of creditor!) of said Bankrupt will be
held at the office of R. B. CARPENThR, Esq., Regis
ttar of Second Congressional Dlstr?:t, S. C , on
twtxty-thxrd day nf November, 1868, at 12 M.
by order of the Court, tho 31st day of October,
186H. DAN'L HORLBE'tK,
Clerk of tho District Court of the U. S.,
Novf rubor 3 Ml Fo- South Carollua.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
I NI TED STATES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM. 1868-IN '1 HE MATTER OF
HORA' iE H.MOSES OF Si'MTER, BANKRUPT
PEHTiON i"OR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
TN BANKRUPTCY.-Ordired, J bat a hearing be
had on the twenty-sixth day nf November, 1868, at
Federal Courthouse in C .'lumbla. S. C.; and that all
Creditors, Atc, of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and show cause, if any they can,
why the prayer rf the Petitioner should not be
grantol. Aud that the second meeting of Creditors
of said Bankrupt will bo li eld at the office of R. B.
CARPENTER. Esq., Registrar ot* the Second Con?
gressional District, s. C., on the twenty-third day nf
NovmUr, 18G8, ot 12 M.
By order of tho Court, the 31st doy of November,
1868. DANIEL HORLliECK.
Clerk of the D strict Court of tho United States for
South Caroliua. tu2 November tl
IN THK DISTRICT COU KT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FUR S?U1H CAROLINA
uCl OBER i ERM, 186S-IN THK MATTER OF
CHARLES E. R DRAYTON. OF SUMTER. BANK?
RUPT-PETIT f ON FOR FULL ANO FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN BANKRUPTCY - Ordered, That a
hearing be hod on the twenty-sixth day nf November,
1868, at Federal Courthouse, in Columbia, S. C.. and
that all Creditors, kc , of said Binkrup; op;cir at
said time and place, and shout cause, if any they can,
why thc pravo- o thc petitioner should not be gr .nt
od. And tba1, the second meeting of Creditor-" of said
Rjnkmpt will be held at the oftlce of R. B. < 'AR?
PENTER, Esq., Registrar of Second Congressional
District, S. C., on the twen'y-third day nf Xov-rmber,
1868. at 12 o'clock M.
Bf ordor of the Court, the 31st dav ot' October,
1H68. DAM LL HOULBECK,
C e k of thc District Court of the United states, for
South Carolina. tu2 November 3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATl-S. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 1868.-IN THE MATTER OF
JAMES D. GRAHAM, OF SUMTER, BANKRUPT.
PET ll ION FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE
IN BANKRUPTCY -Ordered, That a hearing be had
on thc 2Gt7i day nf November, at Federal Courthouse,
in Columbia, S. C.; and that all Creditors, kc , ot
said Bankrupt appear at said time and place, and
show cause, if any th*y can, why the prayer of the
petitioner should not te granted. And that thc sec?
ond meeting ol Creditors ot said Hanktuptwill be
held ot tho office of R. B. CARPEN I ER. Esq., Re?
gistrar of the 2d Concessional District, S. C., on 23i
daii nf November, 1868, at 12 M.
By order ot the court, the 31? day of October, 1?63.
Clerk of the Dis*rijt Court of thc U. S. tor S. C.
November 3 tu2
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
OCTOBER TERM, 18CS-IN THE MATTER OF
R. W. BAKER, OF GRAHAM'S T. 0., BANK
RUPT-PETIl'iON FOR FULL AND FINAL DIS?
CHARGE IN B"iNKRUPlcY.-Ordered, lhat a
hearing bo had on the twenty-sixth day nf November,
1868, at Federal Courthouse in Columbia, S. C., aLd
that all Creditors, kc , of said Bankrupt appear at
said time and place, and show cause, if any they
can, why the prayer of the Petitioner should not be
granted. And that the second meeting of Credi?
tors of said Btnkrupt will be held at the office of
R. B. CARPENTER, Esq., Eegiattar of Second Con?
gressional District. S. C., on twe.ty-lhird day nf No?
vember, 1868, at 12 M.
By ordor ol the Court, the 31st dav of October,
1SK8. L'ANL. HORLBECK,
Clerk of tho District Court of the United states tor
South Carolina. tu2 November 3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNI I ED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF HOFF?
MAN, BRABHAM k Ci'., AND ALSO BRAbHAH.
HOFFMAN k CO., BANKRUPTS; ALSO G&ORUE
HOFFMAN, SOLOMON HOFFMAN, JOSI\U J.
BRABHAM, H. i. BRABHAM, H. JEFF HARVEY,
BANKRUPTS-IN BANKRL'Pl'CY.-To whom it
msyconcom : The under.-igucd hereby fives uot'cs
of his appointment as amignce, in place and Btod of
Cicero Adams, Esq., dec-ased, of Hoffman. i-raJhtra
& Co., and Brabham Hoffman i Co., l.-nkrups;
aleo George Hoffman, Solomon Hort rum, Josiah J.
Brabham, H. J. Brabham, aud H. J efl Harvey, Bank?
rupts, of Bamberg, in the County of Barnwell and
State of South Carolina, within sud Distritt, who
have been adjudged Baukrnpts, upon their owu peti?
tion, by the District Court of taid District.
l'atod Charleston the second dav QI November,
A. D. 186S. FREDERICK J. SMUH.
Novembers tu3 Assignee.
VICTORIA HOTEL.-THE PROPRIE?
TOR announces lo his patrons, ami the public
in general, that the price ot board ?or transient aud
permanent boarder? ha? been considerably reduced.
The Hotel is located in the bnsblKM part ol King
street, comer of Princes*. It is one of thc best fur?
nished Hotels in the city. The proprietor tins kept
it for the last t.velve yeal?, and hi? motto is. to make
every truest feel at home.
Price tor Transient Boarder*, per day.S2 50
Price tor Permanent Boarders, per week. 8 00
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
October 6 tuth-luio
^JT ADA i)I E GIDIKKK,
CALDER E OUSE.
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS
CUAttLESTON. S. C
Transient Hoard %i JO per Day.
BALTIMORE, MAR YLA XD,
KIRKLAND ? CO., Proprietors.
April 27 ly:
-.^TEW YORK HOTEL.
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. DI. HLLDRETH .& CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, a? popularly known in former time.
tin.'.er the management ol J. lt. MONNOT, E?q., and
more recently nuder Ibat of HTRAM CRANSTON i
OJ., i!now undei the proprietorship of Messrs. I).
M. HILDREiU & T. B. ROCKWAY, unorthe arni ot
D. M. IIILDRETU i: CO.
The senior partner from his long experience a.- a
pioprieior of the Veranda, St. Louis and St. Charle;
Hotels of Kew Orleans, flatter* himself that he can
assure his trierais ami the public generally, that its
former world-wide reputauou as a popular ttrs&clasi
Hote1, shall be fully sustained under its present
nianascnio1*. lyr* FeM-uarv 19
THE MARION (S. C.) STAR OFFERS
facilities unsurpassed by any i aper in the east?
ern part of the Sute to the Merchants of Charleston
and other loealit es, of extending their busiuess to
the Peedee section. Business cards and advert isc
nicnts inserted on liberal terms, which maybe learn?
ed by applying to W. J. McKERALL, Editor.
October 22 Inn
Ororerifs an* WwtUntm.^
OK ANGES r?Rft! NG?S !
J?ST RECEIVED FROM FLORID^' 5000 SWEET
ORANG'.S. For salo by
JOHN B. T?VM
No. 125 Meet?o?<!tT?"e,'>.
Three doors below Marktt-streN.''
November 10_ 2
MILL POND OYSTERS.
AKROEG RESPECITULLY INFORMS HI'S
? friends and the i ubllc, that he baa constantly"
ou hand and is still receiving these delicious BI?
ViLVKJ", which he is prepared to serve up iu every
The BAR, owing to the election, will be doa* i to?
day, but the RESTA CRANT wiH continue open, en?
trance tbr ugh Piazza Door.
OYSTER ?OCFand other delnacies for Lunch.
No. 51 WENTWORIfl^STREET,
At the Old Sign, 'Kroeg's Inn;"
November 10_ \*
C)f\ HHDS. CHOICE SHOULDER?
mk VJ 30 bhds. Choice C. H. Sides
5 hhd3. ChoiceClear Sides.
For sale by HEN BY COBLA A CO.
November 0 2
ORANGES! APPLES! GRAPES!
JUST RECEIVED I-ROM HAVANA,- 20.C0O
CHOICE HAVANA ORANGES, which wDl be
ALSO BY STEAMER CtlABLESTON,
SO bbls. of CHOICE NORTHERN APPLFS
200 boxes of Isabella Grapes, whi-h will bs sold at
35 cents a box, at BART A WTBTH's,
November 9 3 Nos. 63 and-S" Market-street
Q (\ il fi SAnK? EIVEBPOOL SALT, LARGE
.J\J\J\J sicks and fine older, now landing
from British Bark "Ans Jell."
For sale by T. J. BEBB 4 CO.
CLEAR SIDES, SHOULDERS,
?)/Y HHDS, STRICTLY PRIME WBSTEBN
?\J CLEAR SluES
lu hhds. Strictly Prime Western Shoulders
15 boxes Bulk Shoulders
1000 pounds Choice New York Sugar-cured Strips
10 b' ls. Choice Pla Hams
3 hhds. Second Quality Shoulders.
Landing, in store and for sale by
LAURIY k ALEXANDEB.
November 7 sta2 .
BAGS ! BAGS!
LO OOO ''BAGS0 HANI> 2 AKD 3 30?HEL
10,000 new 2 and 3 bushel Bags.
CORM, OATS AMD HAY.
4 000 bushels prime Tenoessee CORN
1,500 bushels prime Oats
5C0 bales N. B. Hay
200 bales prime Eastern Hay.
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.
November 7 3
SMOKED TONGUES AT 75 CTS.
A \n 81.00.
1AA SMOKED TONGUES AT 75 CENTS AND'
JLUU Si 00 apieco.
Choice Mnokcd Salmon ^
Ex'ra Smoked Halibut
Just received at the ^
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Harket streets.
Goods delivered free. November 7
PER MEW YURK STEAMER AMD PEP
SAlZi FROM BALTIMORE i
?\~ BAGS RIO COFFEE
?lt) 50 bbl?, sugar?. Crushed, Powdered, A, XC
2u bbls. S. R. Buckwheat Flour
SC packages pure and extra L <rd
100 boxes Soap, various brand?, 1,1 >? and 2 lb?
50 hexes Adamantine and Mitchell'.- Candles
50 doz. different sized Brooms
SO doz, 1 and; 2 hoop buckets
20 boxes Bi Curb. Soda, and kegs Sal So la
2?0 doz. Coleman's Mustard, jj, Ht 4 and 6 lb.
15 bbls. and half bbls. Beef and Pori:
30 bbls. Nos. 1,2 and 3 Mackerel
60 hali bbl?. Nos. i, 2 and 3 Mackerel
300 doz. Tomatoes, 2 lb Cans
100 doz. Oysters, 1 and 2 lb. Cans
100 doz. t-almon, 1 lb. cans
100 doz. l.oh.-ters, 1 lb. cans
50 bbls. assorted L'quors
50 boxes flue Whiskey
2 pipes i;ure Holland Giu
Tomato Catsup, Pepper Sauce, Brandy Peaches
and Cherrie-, Pickles, Bitters, Condensed Milk, 4c
For sale low at
J. N. M. WOHLTMANN,
November 5 thtu2 No. 187 East Bay.
Encourage Home Manufacture !
PALMETTO HOP YEAST CAKES.
HAVING RECEIVED THE AGENCY FOB
these celebrated YEAST CAKES, manufactur?
ed by Mrs. S. H. L. Price, of Summerville, H. C.,
we respectfully ask for them the attention of the
trade generally, an.l housekeepers especially, they
are exclusively of Southern manufacture, entirely
free from any injurious properties, superior to those
ot Northern make, answer all thc purposes of, and
are far more economical than, Yeast Powders. All
we ask tor them is a iair trial. Directions for use
accompanv ea -h package.
The trade supplied at MANUFACTURER'S
PALMETTO PIONEER CO-OPERATIVE
GROCERY STORE, ,
f ouihwest corner Meeting and Market-streets.
CARBONATE OF AMMO "?' I A .
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
E. H. KELLER? & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
October 29 No. 131 Meeting-street,
SOUTHWEST CORNER MEETING AND,
A N EXTENSIVE. VARIED AND CAREFULLY
J\. selected supply ol the NECESSARIES OF
LIFE, and also the luxuries-WINES LIQUORS,
etc.-Arifl at all times be found at the above Store,
established under the auspices of the "PALMETTO
PIONEER CO-OPEUATIVE ASSOCIATION," and
which will continue and extend thc advantages it
Already offers to the public. Fresh arrivals and
bargains will be regularly reported, aud everv facili?
ty afforded pal rons.
The "object" of the Association is, as set forth m
its charter, "To furui :h members ar. 1 the pu'ohc
with the necessaries of life of good quality, unadulte?
rated, aud at lowest market ratf-s, au8 from the
profits of such ?alcs to accumulate capita1 tor ita
Copies ol' tae Constitution and By-Laws can be
fouud at the Store of the Association, and all in?
quines ?egarding the practical working of the euler
prise w ll be most cheerfully an 1 promptly satisfied.
W. H. WELCH, Superintendent.
J. N. WIG FALL, Assistant
MOTICE TO PLANTERS.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THE HIGHLY SATISFACTORY AND REMARKA?
BLE effects of this Guano in producion very
largely increased crops of COTTON, CORN and
oihi-r>TAPLE CROP.S has attrated the general at?
tention of planters aud farmers.
In order to confirm public confidence in the con?
tinued excellence of tb is Guano, and avail of the best
scientific ability in the prosecution of this important
business, the PACltIC GUANO COMPAN1 has con
sumated a professional engagement with Dr. ST.
JULIEN RAVENEL, ol Charlestm, S. C., as scienti?
fic adviser and eonsultii g chemist to the Company.
Dr. BAVENEL is conversant with thc composition
and qualities ot the Guano, ai well as with the char?
acter, policy aud unusual resources of the PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY, aud will eommuuicate full in?
formation on the^e points to planters who may
call ou him, or address him '>y letter at Charleston,
S. C. JOHN' S. REESE i CO.
Genera! Agents Pacific Guano Company.
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent for South Carolina,
October 19 tutbslmo-DAC Charleston. S. C
COAL ! COAL!!
JOHN S . HORLBECK,
. OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he l as commenied the cOAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
solicits a share of their patronage.
August 17 3mo
T . Hl'MPUKEYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALE* OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE
CURIIIES AND I'ER>ONAL PROPERTY
No. it BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq,,
General JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.