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xsr .-^o s s vj M M A K Y .
-Gold weak at 86ja37.
-Cotton closed in Now York al 25?; ?sales
-Cotton in Liverpool olosed steady at 10$d.
for middling uplands.
_Tho majority against Mr. Ashley in the
Ftfth (Toledo) Congressional District is 717.
-It is estimated that tho Republicans spent
$2,000,000 in Pennsylvania.
-The St. Louis bridge across the Mississip?
pi wiD c?at four and i hah* million dollars.
-The fashion in New York this season is
said to be to have no groomsmen at the wed?
-Boston has trouble with its gas works. Tho
gas company won't moko enough gas to a ripply
-New Jersey (along the coast) is said to be
frightened because the sea is encroaching
-Trains are running three hundred and
twenty-five miles east of Sacramento on the
Central Pacific road.
-The Indiana Legislature stands : Senate,
81 Republicans to 19 Democrats; House, 55
Republicans to 43 Democrats.
-The London Review gives currency to the
rumor that Mr. Carlyle is engaged upon a life
of George HI, of whom he proposes to make
-The East River Ferry Company, New York,
has been mulcted in $2500 damages on the suit
of a little girl whose fingers were crushed be?
tween thc boat and the slip recently.
-Alaskan and British Columbian birds are
said to be numerous in variety and most beau?
tiful in plumage. Two thousand specimens
are on their way to this country for museums
-Anew kind of cotton is being raised in
Mecklenburg. It is called "wool colton," and
is nearly the color of wooL It is said bj cot?
ton dealers to be a superior article.
-It is said that negotiations are in progress
between the American Atlantic Telegraph
Company of New York City and foreign capi?
talists to lava cable direct lo Belgium.
' -Word comes from Paris that the ladies are
beginning to wear garlands of roses, yellow and
red, on the top of the forehead, low shoes and
short dresses. After this who can wonder at
anything in the way of dress? Without aa sum
ing to call anything fashionable hideous, it is
-only fair to admit that this new style is queer.
-The New York Herald advises the Demo?
cracy in this wise : "The time is getting short.
. Some of the Democracy want a new ticket.
How can their wish be satisfied ? The shortest
way is for Seymour and Blair to pnt their heads
together and resign in favor of Grant and Col
fax. This will throw both parties together,
?nd, in a division of the spoils, will bring about
such a confusion of parties at Washington as
to be followed speedily by a reconstruction of
parties ont and ont. It will come to thia at
last, but Seymour and Blair may begin the
work now. Is it not probable tint for Grant
and Colfax this D?mocratie electoral ticket
-would get more votes than the Radical ^electo?
ral ticket, and thus, after all, elect the next
Presidan ; ? Does not thia idea suggest a bril?
liant flank movement? As a military man,
what says General Blair?"
-Governor Z. B. Yance, of North Carolina,
ina letter dated Charlotte, October 13th, no?
tices the fact that General Kilpatrick has deco?
rated bim with his disapprobation before the
people of Pennsylvania. He informs them,
imbatentially, that he tamed the Governor by
capturing him and riding bim two hundred
miles on a bareback mule. This the Governor
denies, and says : "I surrendered to General
Schofield nt Greensboro', N. C., May 2,1865,
who told me to go to my home and remain
there, Baying if he got any orders to arrest me,
he would send there for me. Accordingly I
was arrested on the 13th of May, at home, by
a detachment of three hundred cavalry, nuder
Major Porter, of Harrisburg, of whom I re?
ceived nothing bnt kindness and courtesy. I
came in a buggy to Salisbury, vhere we took
the cara. I Baw no mule on the trip, though I
tliougM I saw an ass at the General's headquar?
ters. This impression has been since con?
-The New York Times calls the attention of
the Episcopal Convention now in session i i
that city to the fact that the Pope has just ad?
dressed an encyclical letter to the schismatic
Bishope of the Eastern Church, assuring them
that his solicitude extends to all Christian
communions which receive baptism, and that
he consid?rai t his duty to reunite to the Holy
See all the churches which have gone ont of it.
He refers to his convocation of an (Ecumenical
Synod in December, 1869, and conjures them
to take part in its deliberations, as their an?
cestors, at the bidding of Gregory X, attended
the second Council of Lyons, and, by the invi?
tation of Eugene IV, the Council of Florence.
The Holy Father conolndes with tho words of
the Evangelist, "Bogo ul omn'%. umtm sinl,
sicul et nos unum sumus." It seems, says the
Times, that the great Council will not only bo
thrown open to the schismatic Eastern Bish?
ops, but a letter from Rome assures us that
the Pope has now determined to accord the
same privileges to the Bishops of the Episco?
pal Church of England. Now, would it not be
proper ior tho American Episcopal Conven?
tion, while it is in session, to give some au?
thoritative utterance as to the course thoy
will puisne in case the Hely Father should
send them an invitation to the Ocumenical
-The latest process for making women
"beaut*:ol forever" is that invented by Madame
;Maniquet, of Paris. An ointment, the secret of
which is known only to the inventor, is spread
opon a stiff buen, which is appb>d all ovar the
face and takes the shape, forming a mask ad?
justed to the features. This mask remains on
until the skin rises in thick postules. It is
then withdrawn and a certain salve rubbed over
the face, when the pationt must remain entirely
motionless, not being permitted to spea\-, laugh
or cry during the formation of tho new skin,
which operation generally take3 about a week
to accomplish. This new skin is soft and ten?
der as that of an infant, delicate in the ex?
treme, and must be maintained by the daily
?pee of the softening compound manufactured
by Madame Maniquet. The first sensation on
taking off the mask is one of horror. The
visage is swollen and tum oil ed ectactly as if
subjected to severe scald or buru. Many of
the patients swoon at the first sight of their
own deformity, as reflected in thc long trumeau
looking glasses which adorn the apartment.
But Madame Maniquet points to ber own
blooming visage, and hope replaces alarm. As
a matter of course, this skilful renovator of
faded charms has hosts of customers, and it is
hinted that th2 Empress of the French desires
to become one of them.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21,1868.
For President.HORATIO SEYMOUR.
For rice-President.FRANCIS P. BLAIR.
As was to be expected, the murder of
Randolph, on Friday last, has been the sig?
nal for other acts of violence. On Sunday
a white man was fired on near Newberry
C. H. by a party of negroes; on Sun?
day afternoon a railroad section-master
was shot and seriously wounded by ne?
groes near Clinton ; on Monday morn?
ing the colored President of the Union
League at Newberry waa killed by a party
of white men; on Monday night a mob of
negroes assembled in Columbia for the pur?
pose of assaulting a colored Democrat who
had been on a stumping tour and waa ex?
pected to arrive in that city by the evening
These outrages, following each other in
so rapid a succession, indicate what will be
the consequences throughout the State if
vigorous measures are not. at once adopted
for vindicating the offended majesty of the
law. Ia this matter we know no distinction
of person or of party. We do not desire to
attach the blame to either Democrats or
Radicals, for both have been at fault. But
we maintain our proposition that eveTy man
is entitled to equal protection under the
law, and that no man, whatever his color,
should with impunity take the law into his
own bloody bands. This is the position of
every thoughtful man in this community,
and it ia the only one consiatent with our
political professions, as well as the practice
of our lives.
The colored people, to their credit be it
said, have, in this district, behaved soberly
and well, under circumstances which were
calculated to arouse their bitter feelings.
They evidently understand that the great
mass of the people of the State are not re?
sponsible for the deeds of a few lawless
men. They doubtless know the inevitable
result of any deliberate attempt at oounter
violence; and they are, we believe, disposed
to rely upon the law for their own protec?
tion, and the punishment of the murderers :
of their fellows. Thia they may safely do; for i
in such a course they will be sustained by the (
white men of the State, who, while they i
demand the fullest security for themselves .
and their families, are resolved that equal '
security and protection shall be given to the j
whole colored race. No political feeling j
will in this obscure the vision of our citi- i
zens. They know what is just and right, (
and will act upon their knowledge. Of this, j
we hope, they will soon be able to give a (
substantial and unmistakable proof. j
f '? ' ? t
No Party in Local Affaira.
In our local eleotions it has been the
common custom to avoid anything that bore
the appearance of a purely party contest!
No article bf public political faith was, for
the most part, permitted to enter into the i
canvass; and the only question at issue was
how to choose such a city government as
would give us ample security, high credit
and low taxation. This was the practice ?
in the olden days, when none but men of
probity and intelligence were candidates c
for officp; and, if it was necessary then, j
how much more necessary is it, now
that the eleotions will decide between )
an tonest administration and one whose (
only aim may be to pander to the pas- i
sions ot the populace, and drain the '
publio purse. "No party in local affairs," ]
was our ancient motto; and, if we desire to i
save the city, it must be our motto now.
The negroes are taught by the Republic 1
cans that the Democrats are their life-long <
political enemies, and it must be admitted 1
that they will oppose, tooth and nail, any :
man who is announced as a Democratic can- :
didate. They may respect the candidate, (
and like him personally; but they will not j
vote for him, in large numbers, if he is the
candidate of the Democratic party. This j
applies to all elections, whether Federal, 1
State or municipal; and wherever the Dem- I
ocratic principle is at stake we are pre- ?
pared to stand, with our people, upon the ?
party platform and" there meet without |
flinching the dangers of defeat. But where
it is no question of party principle, where 1
it is solely a question of local and personal
interest, of employment and profit for every ;
man in the city, of bread and meat and
clothing for our families, we Bay that it is
our duty to avoid a course that will make ]
certain the triumph of our bitterest ene?
The election of Mr. SEYMOUR to the Pres- j
idential chair will not save Charlestor from 1
ruin if a crew of illiterate, ignorait and
profligate men control our municipal r.ffairs.
The election of GRAST will not be a fatal
blow, ff Charleston ia governed by capable,
sagacious and upright men. All our secu?
rity, the value of all our propert/, the sue- ;
cess of our every business, depends on the
character of our municipal government; !
and it becomes the leaders of the Demo?
cratic party to beware of taking rashly a i
step which may saddle upon us, for three 1
years, extravagance, corruption and fraud. 1
We believe firmly that no man who is ?
nominated as the Democratic candidate for
Mayor, and no set of men nominated as the '
Democratic candidates for Aldermen, can <
be elected. We cannot afford in this mat- !
ter to run any risk, and, if we take a course ?
which provokes the result we dread, upon ,
us will rest the whole responsibility. Is it
not, then, only wise and prudent to refrain
from running a "Democrat" full tilt against
a "Radical ?" Is it not only plain common \
sense to be prepared to give our vote, irre- -
spective of party considerations, to any .
a an who represents property, who ts ii tel \
ligent and trustworthy, and who can be
It is folly to believe that the split in the
Republican party will set two Republicans
in the field, and so divide its strength that
a Democrat can be elected. The Republi?
cans are determined to carry the city elec?
tions, by hook or by crook. They will not,
for the sake of thia man or that, expose
themselves to the probability of failure.
At the eleventh hour one candidate would
be withdrawn at any cost, and the fight
would be as before, between Democrat and
Radical, resulting, ns surely as the sun
shines, in the crushing defeat of the Dem?
There is but one way to make the city
secure, and that is to refrain from making
any Democratic nominations. We may then
hold the balance of power, md elect a mod?
erate Mayor aDd a respectable Baard of
Aldermen. There is no other counsel that
can now bc offered to our people, and we
are firmly of the opinion that a contrary
line of conduct will be tantamount to guar?
anteeing the election of Mr. GILBERT PILLS?
BURY and a Board of Aldermen of the 6ame
complexion with himself.
THE Milledgeville Recorder, a well known
Georgia paper, gives to the cotton planters
the following sensible advice : We would
"advise our farming friends to sell all their
"cotton at the present ruling prices-23,
"24, 25. Don't hold with the expectation
"that you caa get 30 cents. Cotton may
"go up to that sum, and then again it may
"not. Be contented with a good paying
"price, and allow the buyer a margin to
"make a little something for himself. With
"out the speculator, where would your cot?
ton be in price? It is to him that you
"are indebted; for in his desire to make,
"he buys and holds to throw up prices. He
"wants to get his profits out of the manu?
facturer, who must have cotton. Don't
"discourage him from buying, for if you do,
"down goes the price. Give him a margin
"to encourage his bids, for if you drive the
"speculator out of thc field, the manufac?
turer will have it all his own way. You
"can make nothing by embarrassing the
"speculator. He has the capital, and will
"invest in something else, if driven out of
"the cotton market."
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AND A HALF STORY HOUSE, No. 4 Mary
itrcet. Also, a HOUSE No. 2 Doughtv s:reet. Ap
>ly to W. BYRNE, northeast corner Kinn and John
itreets. r'eptember 15
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:lQse to Fort Beauregard, both having doable
jlazzas facing north and south. Both Houses are
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gOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOK
CE ARLESTON, S. C.
dRS. JOHN LAURENS, PRINCIPAL. CORNER OF
WENTWORTH AND RUTLEDGE his.
Terms reduced. No ex.ra charge for French.
For Circulars apply as above.
Octr ber 14 ws4
JtPKING HILL COLLEGE (ST. JOSEPH),
NEAR MOBILE, ALABAMA.
This Literary Institution, incorporated by the
itato of Alabama, and empowered to conter all the
Academical Honors, is conducted by the Fathers of
he Society of Jesus.
The site of the College, on rising ground, one huu
Ired and fl'ty feet above the level ot tho sea, is equal
j healthy and agre able.
Pupils ot every religious d?nomination are admit?
ed, provided. Kat, with a view to order and unifor?
mly, they ase willing to attend the exercise* of the
The plan of instruction embraces Greek, Latin,
English, French, Poetry, Rhetoric. History, Geo
rraphy. Mathematics, Astronomy, Natura; una Men?
ai Pi.ilosopUy, with the addition of Book-keeping,
md tho usual commercial branches.
Spanish and German are taught at the option of
parents or guirdians, without extra charge.
The age of admission is irom niue to fifteen. No
me is received who does not know how to read and
The n xt session will open on the 27th October,
Board, Tuition, Washing, Stationery.S200 00
Further information can bc obtaiuedfrom the Pr?v?
ient of the College, or i':om hev. D. J. QUIGLEY,
Cathedral, Charleston, S. C. 10 October 19
MKS. HUPSON PIN CK. IX EY WILL RK
SUME* the Exercises of her SCHOOL FOR
k'OUNG LADIES on Munday, Octobers, at No. 58
Instruction given in the French an 1 German Lan?
gages by the best Professors.
September 21 imo
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL !
So. 35 WENTWOIUU-STREE'i, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, h KADI N?, GLRMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. AL
Terms-$2 per mouth m advance.
Book-keeph?? charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
TJNIVERS1TY OF THE SOUTH.
S E W* A N E E .
RT. REV. WM. M. GREEN. D. D., Chancellor.
RT. REV. C. T. QUINTAR?, D. D., LL. D.. vice
Trustees-Tho Eishops of North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia. Florida, Alaoarua, Mi.-sissippi,
Louisiana, Tennessee, Texai and Arkansas ex o?eie,
mi one Clerical and two Lay '1 rustees from each
of said Dioce-e?.
The Uoard of Trustees of the Universitv announce
that they will open the Junior Department at Uni?
versity Place, ou IVcdneday. the lC;h dav of Sep?
tember nen, uuder General J. GORGA*. o! Ala- .
bun:a, as Head alaster, a distinguished yraduale of
West Point, very highly recommended Ly General
Lee and other loading neu of t'.e country.
Desiring to make the school simply self-sustain- |
lng, the IniB'ecs have fixed upon the sum o: saco I
ppr year to cover tho entire charges, except matner.
lation fee iii" an 1 JU di. al attendance. Students
will be required to furnish their own sleets, pillows,
case6 and towels. Payment wUl be required semi?
annually in advance.
The first term will close December 15, and th? ?
school wi(j reopen, ofter lhe Christmas va.ation, on
the 10:h day ot Februar.., remaining in Sesi?n dur- -
Lng the summer except a short recess.
Communications in reference to ?be Fcliool should
bo addressed to GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. Esq.. T:euu
rtr of the University, University Place, Franklin
Tho location of the F niversily cn the beautiful and
salubrious plateau of the Cumberland Mouninius U
Loo well known lo require desorption.
Persons coming to University Place change cars at
Towan Station, Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad,
iud tak- the cars ot the Tennessee Coal company to
university station (9 miles) on the University du
nahi. % WILLIAM MERCER GREEN,
Septem ter i hancellor.
PT. SCHLEY, M. D^ HO??KEVPATH
. Isl", has removed his Onice from No. 04
Veutworth to No. 3U7 KING-jTREtlT.
feptember 25 fmwl3
REMOVAL.-DK. F KA NCI S L. PAR?
KE? has removed his Office from No. 79
Iroad-street to No. 74 HASEL-STREET, two doors
aet of the Postofflce. Jul v 24
BAKER WANTED.-WANTED A GOr-D
BAKER to go to Jacksonville, Ela. Apply to
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN,
Q.tober21 l No. 10 Market-street.
G1 OAT WANTED.-WANTED, A GOOD
T MILCH GOAT, with kid. For such a one a
fan- price will be paid. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
October 21 1
TTTASTRD. A WOMAN OF GOOD
? T character, to do the Cooking and Housework
tor a small nundy of three. Apply at No. 23 LE
GARE-STREET. ? 2* October 21
WA.VTE? INFORMATION.-ANY ONE
Vt knowinc auvthinc of the whereabouts of Mr.
ANTONI" BCEK, who left Richmond about fifteen
mouths since tor Eeutucky, will confer a favor by
addressing his wife, ANNE BURK, Richmond Post
office. Imo"' October 19
"fTTANTED, E.MPL.OYMENT ll Y A RK
1V FUGEE from Beaufort who has no means of
suppott, and is suffering from want. For further
i:::oroation address REFUGEE through th? Pcst
oillce._ October 9
WT ANTEO, BY A LADY ACCUSTOM
? V ED to write for the pr?ss, employment on
ono or D'Ore Ltterarv Pacers or Magazines, as a
WRITES OP SKETCHES. POETRY, KC. Address
Miss K. E. W., Postoffloe, Charleston, S. C.
"f TT AN TED A SITUATION, BY A ONE
1 y AHMED MAN, aa overseer of bauds, or super?
intendent on farm or plantation, or watchman, or
any other emplo\m?nt that a oue-arined man can
fill. Apply at >"b. Il ANN-STREET. Applicant eau
give good reterences. Septomber 22
.firANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE.
y y lo sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTH LS L1NE>. Write for circulars to the
AMERICAN WIRE COMPANY, No. 1?2 Broadway,
Nev; York. Cmos April 20
W r ANTED, EVER VBOD V TO SUB
y y SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RICHTER'S Select Library of New
Dooks contains all of the latest publications.
April 21_No. 1G1 KING-STREET.
\ IT A NT KD, BY A YOUNG HAS, WHO
VT -vr. tes a plain and le^ib'e hand, a situation
?here hu can cam a livelihood tor thc support of his
fan Hy. t ddrees "Penniau." OFFICE DALLY NEWS.
IpMPLO YMKJWT OFFICE.-SERVANTS
j can bo obtained bv applicatio to the "UNION
I H"ME," troint) HUM o'ek-ck daily.
Sen-ants can aNo find places by application to thc
same place, at the ?ume hours Inquire for the Ma?
tron, corner Church and Chalmers btrcet
f rrANTKD, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
VV TUE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEW j
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April ai_ No. 101 Kiug-strcct.
HOUSE WANTED.-A PUNCTUAL AND
permanent teuaur wishes to reut a small but
neat and pleasantly situated DWELLING. Rent
must be moderate. " Possession not required imme?
diately. Address, stating terms, location, ?cc , "A.
B.," Ornee DAILY NEWS. September 18
TTTANTED, RY A GENTLEMAN FROM
Vf tho up-country, a situation as CLERK in
either a Wholesale or'?eta? Grocery store; is ex?
perienced in the bu-iue-s andean influence trade,
liest of referente* niven. Address CLERK, iHrough
Charleston Post?nico, sout.? Carolina.
4 GENTS WANTED_A SPLENDID
iX i :AMPAIGN BOi.iK.-Agents wanted to sell the
host Democratic Cimnal^u Boo.i in thefi?ld. Contains
biographies of SEYMOUR, BLAIR, aud other leading
Democratic st itesmen, a.? well as a complete history
cf thc l arry. Illustrated by portraits. Recommend?
ed by Mr. Pendleton, Gen. Haucock, au) other*, as
the most valuable political text-bouk published.
Address D. APPLEiON i CO., Publishers, Net
York. lm September 26
Gi LMCH.il. ELECTION.-THE COM
T MISSIONERS OF ELECTION FOR COLLE
ToN COUNTY have appointed thc tollowii g named
persons Manigera of tlei'tiohs, and dc.-ignatcd the
places hercinatter mentio'ied as Pollin.' Precincts,
for tho Eie.tion ou the 3d November. 1S08:
St. Bartholomew's Parish.
First Precinct-Smoke's Cross Roads.
R. WATERBURY. | JOHN WINGATE.
CHARLES tl. PRICE.
Bell's Cross Roads Poll.
DANIEL YARNS. I CHARLES DUBOYCE.
AD AM HDDsON.
Second Precinct-Foi k Box Poll.
GEORGE N. LI TILE. 1 -aptain W. W. GRACE.
JAM i s DOBatO?.
Horscpcn Box Poll.
EDWARD HOLMES. | JAMES NI3BIT.
Yarn's Box Poll
Dr. J. C. RICH. I L. B. YARN.
J. J. SNOW.
JOSEPH E. GLOVER. | Maj.' R. H.WILLOUGHBY
L. H. GLOVER.
Blue House PoU.
STEPH ?EY BROWN. I TOBY GRAST.
Round O Poll.
THOMAS S. JONES. | JOUN MICHAL.
Fourth Precinct-Ashcpoo Poll.
J. B. SPEIGHTS. I J. R. TERRY.
Maple Cane Poll.
WILLIAM BANDEE*. | EDWARD TROTTEE.
W. H. WITSELL. I POMPEY GAILLIARD.
EDWARD L. WHITE.
Saint George's Parlfh.
Fifth Precinct-Sunirarrviile Poll.
S.VM'L KLNGMAN. | I HOS. GELZER.
C. J. SASPORTAS.
George's Station Poll.
Rev. WILLIAM THOMAS. | NATHANIEL JACOBI.
Ridge ville Poll.
JAMES M. CANTWELL. | ROBER T F. PARKER.
Saint Paul's Parish.
Sixth Precinct-Delamar'-i Cross Roads Poll.
W. R. HOYT. I WM. DAYTON.
WM. H. lr RAY.
GEOEGE F. McIN flER. I WM. DRIFFLE.
ISAAC MILLER. | PETER B. MORGAN.
The Managers o? Electious will revise fra period
of three days, coinmeueiug October 24, A. D. 18C8,
the registration lists upon which the election com?
mencing the 2d day of Juue. A. D. 1808. was conduct?
ed, by tbc addition to such lists oi the names of all
persons entitled to v.ite uuder tue constitution, who
have not already becu registered, aud by rtriking
Lom such li.ts the names of such persons as shall
not by law ne entitled to vote.
For tbe purpose of su. h revision the Managers of |
Eleen ns wi'.! nie-1 at thc times and pl.'.ces designat?
ed above by thc (.'ummisriouern.
By order ot the Board.
J"SPH A. SA-P RIAS, Chairman.
Summerville. S. C., October, 18C8. Oi lober 31
Q. K. O . H . H O P P O C K,
F A C T ? B
P. GADSDEN HISELL. timos September 21
ll'ILLI* <x CH1SOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTFN?TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AN'L
SHIPMENT (to Foreign nnJ Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUM UER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E.WILLIS.A. lt. CHTSGLM.
J?OWLES BROTHERS ? CO.,
No. 12 RUE DE LA PAIX, PARIS.
Nu. 70 STATE-STREET, BOSTON.
No. 19 WILLIAM-sTREET, NEW YORK.
Exchange on Locdon an'l P?ris bought and sold.
Dills ou the Union Bank, London, circular Lei?
ters cf Credit, available throughout Great Britain
and thc Cont'nent of Europe.
Parid, April 15.. 18C8. 3mo3 September 19
BOAR? OF FIREMASTERS.
ABEG ULAR MEETING OF THIS BOABD WILL
be held This Evening, at thc Mai se: Hall, at
Seven o'clock. b. M. SIRO ?EL,
October 21 1 Clerk and Superintendent.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPAf.Y.
YOU ABE BEHEBT SUMMONED TO ATTEND
a Recular Monthly Meeting of your Compa?
ny, 7 Aw Evening, ai Market Hall, at Seven o'clock
By order. WM. G. MILLER,
OctobT 21 1 Secretary S. F. E. Company.
EXTRA MEETING OF DEMOCRATIC
CLUB, WARD No. 1.
AN EXTRA MEETING OF THIS CLUB WILL
be held This Evening, at the south Coroiiua
Hall, at Seveu o'clock, tor the transaction of impor?
By order o: the President
EUGENE M. WEST,
&2"Tflx-payers and property holders, residents of
Ward No. 1, are specially requested to bo present at
thc nieetii g called as above.
THEODORE G. BARKER.
October 21 1 President.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF WARD No. 3.
rpHE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
J. Democratic Club ol Ward Nr>. 0 will be held
Tkis Evening, at the Palmetto Engine House, at half .
past Seven o'clock. D. B. GILLILAND,
October 21 1 Recording secretary.
FOURTH WARD DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF 1 HE
Demrciatic Clrb of Ward No. 4. will be h-ld
This Evening, at Masonic Hail, at Seven o'clock.
W. M. .% UCKENFUSS,
OrtoVer 21 1 Recording Sccretiry.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 5.
ATTEND REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF
the Club TAii Evening, ct hair-past Seven
o'clock, at Arnold's Ha'J. Meeting-street, one door
above John-street. WM. B. STEEDMAN,
October 21 1 Recording Secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 0.
THE REGULAR WEEKLY MEETING OF THE
Club will beheld JVu's (Wednesday) Evening, at
Seven o'clock, at the Hall of the Washington Fire
A general attendance is desired, os business of im?
portance will be brought up for conslderadon.
several speakers will address the nu-eiiug. Mem?
bers of the several Clubs are invited to attend.
By order. W. E. JENNINGS,
October 21 Recording secretary.
DEMOCRATIC CLUB, WARD No. 8.
TBE REGULAR WEJLKLY MEETING OF THIS
Club will be held TkU (Wednesday) Evming,
at the Ciub Rocm, Spriug-street, at half-past Seven
Every member sh-uld bc present, as business of
importauce will be brought up ior consideraron.
Colonel l?. s. Duryea, J. Barrett Cuben, ESQ., anj
others will address the meeting.
W. WALTER RILEY.
October 21 1 Recording Secretar?'.
THE REPUBLICANS OF THIS CiTY ARE RE?
QUESTED to meat at White Point Garden,
Th's Dajr(Weduesday),athah*-pistTwoo'clcckP. M.,
to take such measures BB staU be thought proper io
relation to the iecent murders or Hon. B. F. Ran?
dolph, Hon. Lee Nance, Hon. James Martie, and
other members of the Bcpub ivan pu ty.
THOMAS M. HOLMES,
Chairman of County Committee
October 21 1*
pastness O ri?.
DYER AND SCOURER,
No. 141 Market-street, between King
anil Archdale streets.
Genis'Coats, Vesta and Panis CLEANED. DYED
and PRESSED. BEG ULAR SCOURING LONE.
Beware of Tsilor-fpongb-g.
?September 23 fuiw2mo?
TTTILBUR & SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS & AUCTIONEERS,
No. 59 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loan money, attend to collection of
rents, and all manner ot claims.
July 13 mwl?nio
jn RANCIS G. CART,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
WILL CONTINUE THE ADOVE BUSIN 1.SS.
O* Office comer of South Atlantic Wharf and Ex
chttnge-treet. ? ? i mo Scpt^mb ar 3d
?TI L L I A M GURNEY,
FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 102 East Hay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN 10 THE
t-ileand shipment of SEA INLAND AND UPLAND
COTTON. Liberal advances mode on Consignments
fur sale in this ma.ket, or for shipment.
September 23 3mos
ISLEY ?Si CREIGHTON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nos. 143 and 145 EAST BAY.
Vessels chartered and Freights procured.
JOHN D. ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Nc. 10 Broad-street,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IM THE
WRITING UP AND ADJ US I LNG OF BOOKS AND
ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others. Also, thc
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OF
BENIS OF HOUSES, Ac. October 1
J Y. WESTERVELT A CO.,
*EEAL ESTATE BROKERS,
No. 20 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, LEASE REAL ES?
TATE in any sec:ion of the South.
KS~ Negotiate Loans, Collect Rents, kc, &c.
October 1 ? 3mos
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT.
JJ5T Prompt attention given to COLLECTION CF
RENTS, OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS, Ac.
fiST Office No 20 BRO VD-sTREET, Charleston,
S. C. Imo October 13
BROKER, A UCTIONEER AND C0MMIS
SALES OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONI S, SE
CURRIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
NO. 27 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH. Esq.,
G-ueral JAMES CONNER, T. lt. WARING. Esq.
l -ct-ibr-r 1
COLLECTOR AND COMMISSION AGENT,
OAicc in Planters' and Mcchamics'' Ba nk
Building, East Bay.
RESIDENCE, No. 33 MONTAGUE-STREET.
OFFICE HOURS FROM 10 TO ll A. M., AND Iii TO
S)i O'CLOCK P. M.,
But will cill at Orneos or Piiv.ite Residences when
desired, ii iul'iriiK-d by note or otherwise.
Special attention will be giveu to the collection of
RENTS, Bil.LS ANO OUTSTANDING CLAIMS.
September 2s Imo
VOKTII, STEELE ?te WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS nt
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
HO ?IE HY. FURNISHING GOODS,
WHIi'E GOODS, EMBROIDERY, kc , kc,
No. 107 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J. B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. AV. WARDELL, Ja. New York.
Septen bu 15 3mos
II AU Ii K S T ? \ THEATHE,
Lessee and Manager.JOHN TE-MPLETON.
THE FAVORITE RESORT.
THE GREAT SUCCESSES.
SELECT ATTRACTIONS-CHEAP ADMISSION.
WEUXE-DAY EVENING, October 21, 1868,
Thc Greit Ledger Story of tho South,
HIDDEN H WW.
THE RINGS AND CUP PRESENTED!
The Select and Fashionable
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME!
GBAND NEW SONGS AND DANCES,
By all the Favorites.
Gocd order always observed. New Plays every
night. Sec the liberal admission.
orchestra chairs and Parquette Centre always re?
served for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Gentlemen (arm chairs reserved) SI; Ladies (arm
chairs reserved), 50 cents; Parquette ??ide ai-les), 75
cents; back seats, 50 cents; boys and children, 25
cents; colored seats, 50 cejts.
j83~Doors op n at tali-past Seven o'clock: com?
mence ot Ei.'ht o'clock.
Performance will be over at ten or half-past ten
o'clock for street cars in attendance.
October 21 1
notices in pdnhrujitnj.
INTHE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES PCB 3 HE DISTRICT OF
SOOTH CAROLINA-IN THE M A TTE K OFHENItY
BROWN, OF THE FIRM OF H. BROWN ? BHOlH
ER, OF CHARLESTON, BANKRUPT-PETITION
FOR FULL AND FINAL DISCHARGE IN BANK
RUr ICY - Ordered, th it a heariug be had on the
sixth day of November next, at Federal Court?
house ia Charleston, S. C., aud that all creditors,
&c, of said Bankrupt appear at said time and place,
and fchOW cause. If any the 7 can, why the prayer of
the ?ctitiouer should not be granted, aud that thc
second moe ti os of creditors of said Bankrupt will be
held at the office of R. B. CARPER!ER Esq.. Regis?
trar, at Churlojtoo, S. C., on Thursday, tho fifth day
of November, 1H03, at Eleven o'clock A. M.
By order of the Court, th;s 20th day of October,
1SG8. DAN I i L HORLBECK,
Clerk of the District Curt
Of the Uultod States for South Carolina.
October 21 w2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES FOR SOOTH CAROLINA.
IN THE MATTER OF SAMUEL BROWN, ONE OF
THE FIRM OF H. BROWN k BROTHER, OF
CHARLESJON. BANKRUPT-PETITION FOR
?ULL AND FINAL J'ISCHARGE IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-Ordorcd, that a hoa'iug tc had on thc
tixth day of November next, at the Federal Court?
house, in Charleston, S. C., and that all Credi?
tors, kc, of said Bankrupt appear at said time
aud place, aud show cause, if any they eau, why
the prayer of thc petitioner should not be granted,
and that tho second meeting of Creditors of said
Bankrupt will be held at the offico of R. H. CARPEN?
TER, Eso,., Registrar ol Second Concessional iis
trict, S. C., on Thursday, 5th day of November, 1868,
at ll o'clock A. M. .
By order of tho Court, the 20th day of October,
18G8. DANIEL HORLBECK.
Clerk of the District Court of the United States,
October 21 w2 For South Carolina.
HARDWARE AND SADDLEK\
FOR SALE AT COST,
HAST!?, CA! HOUX & CO.,
No. 39 HAYNE-SIREET,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
HAVING DECIDED TO CLOSE OUR PRESENT
business, we flnll offer at ro.-t prices, during
tuc ucxt ?cw weeks, our eui ire stock ot
HARDWARE BUILDERS' HARDWARE
CUTLERY TURPENTIN t TOOLS
GUNS v IRON. ic.
Also, a large assortment of Saddlery, consisting in
SADDLERS' AND COACHMAKER3' HARDWARE
SHOE FINDINGS, kc.
Those goods arc well assorted, lu prime condition,
and were puichascd by us for ca-h at lowe-t valua?
tion. Some of them are of our direct importation
mauufacture. Thc attention of couutry mer?
chants is especially called to tilts advertisement.
We also off*r for rent or leaso thu fine Iron Front
Four-story Brick store, No. 39 Bayne- ireet, built
since the war, with fixtures include I. together with
the Two-3tory Warehouse No. 72 Mttket-stree", in
rear of acd connected with premises aforesaid.
HASTIE, CALHOUN k CO.
Oetobrr 20 3 fm2
IRESPECTFULLY INFORM MY FRIENDS AND
the puk lie, that I have comtneuced the HARD?
WARE BUSINES-, at No. 312 KING-STREET, and
hope to mont a share of their patronage.
October 20 3 C. KERRISON, JR.
Pro Q?O??)5, (Ctr.
T R A U S S di V A N C E
No. 130 MEETING-STREET,
ARE NOW RECEIVING A NEW, FULL AND WELL
selected Stock of
DOMESTICS,FOREIGN DUS GOODS, FANCY
ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
suitable to the Fall Trade. An examination of stock
and prices is respectfully solicited. Ail or lc-rs punc?
tually ?lJed. An agen1 in New York will furnish sup?
plies of Kew Goods by every steamer.
July 30 3moi
43 7 1
QHEAP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DRY
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND RING STREETS.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, H WE RECEIVED,
and are receiving, by cverv steamer, lat-se invoice? of
thc CHEAPEST FALL GOODS which have everbeeu
offered in this market. City ts weil as couutry buy
ca:i save from fifteen to twenty-five per cent, by
buying their Goods noni the above firm.
lot of Dress Goods, troru 20 to 25 cents i cr yard
Best Iri-h Poplin-, from yo to 50 cent? per '.'.'lr,i
.allen- *, at lu, 12,'? iud 15 ccut- per yard (twill
Balmoral Skirts, from $123 up
I White Table Damask, only SI per yard
Browu Linen Damask, only ?Mi cents per >ard
Worsted Table Cloths, frotu SI 25 up
Linen Towels, from 15 cent* up
A large assortment ot White and Color, J Flauueli at
very low prices
80U pair of Blanket*, bought twenty-five per cent, be?
low coat, wiU be sold frotu ?3 up
Colored Q lilts, from $1 75 to 52
White Marseilles Qudts, 10-4, 11-1. 12-1, trom *2 50
Ladies'English Hose, without seams, irom 37 to 5U
Jeaus from 20 t J 25 reata (best:
Satii.cts. from 50 ?0 75 cents
A Lug* qauti'y ol thc la e-t style Of eas si me res, irom
SI to SI 50
Ladies' Dlaek Broadcloth, from #2 to ?350
A >arie; % oi shaw ?, art j, $'? 50, S3, S3 50, SI, aud 35
ltruwu dud White Mitring, a: 10, 12'. and 15 cents
Als J, fine brauche.- of White shirting at very low
Ladies' aud Gent's Underwear at different prices
German Hose, from 10 cents up
Gent's Socks, irom 10 up to 50 c-nts
Thc best French Corsets, from 75 cents to 31
The latest style of Felt a id Straw Hats
Trimmiugs, Buttons, Ribbons, A:c.. at thc luwcs: ca-h
*3-Iiemember the CHEAP STORE, at the
CORNER OF CALHOUN AND KINO ST BE EIS.
WE ALSO NOTIFY OUR PATRON? AND 1HE
public in general that wc have built au addinou :o
our Store, exclusively for BOOTS, SHOE-, HATS,
TRUNKS, fcc., which wlil be sold at the lowest cash
Call and examine our Stock.
iKT* ENTRANCE IN C'ALHOUN-STREET.
FtJKCHGOTT dt BRO.,
No. 137 KING-STREET.
September 21 3mo
E1CHMOND FEMALE INSTITUTE.
The next Sessiou begins October lil, madarniost
Attention i- called to the superior Educa'ional and
Boarding advantages now offered by the Institute.
For catalogues, or any special information, address
or apply to
CHABLES H. WINSTON. M. A.,
September 18 Imo Tr?pident.
?roretifs ant ?lisctUntovs.
kcCARTHY GIN7 ROLLER LEA
ALOT OF THE ABOVE, VERY SUPERIOR,
just received and l'or s?le in lots to suit pur?
chasers. ^ WM, S. HENEBtY.
No. 314 M<;eting-s:reet, near Line.
October 21 3
1AAA BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER
.L\J\J\J HAY. Landing from ship Owego.
For sale by W.B.SMITH i CO.,
October 21_1_Napier's Ranve.
HAY ! HAY ?
QA A BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY
?Kjyj tor sale low lrom store, in lots to suit pur?
chaser-. JOHN CAMPSEN i CO.
October 20 2
JUST I?ECEIVED, A FINE LOT OF THE ABOVE
GRAPES, which will be sold at the following
prices: by the box, containing i}? pounds, 90 cents;
single pound, 25 cents,
Mas. C. D. KENRICK,
No. 83 Market-sticet, south side.
VORN AND BACON:
HHDS. CHOICE WESTERN SHOULDERS
Sacks Prime Tennessee Corn.
For sale by lt. M. BUTLER,
October 10_mw2_No. 72 East Bay.
NEW HULLED BUCKWHEAT,
FLOUR AND CHEESE.
BTRDSALL BBOS.' BEST NEW HULLED BUCK?
HIRAM SMITH'S BEST FAMILY FLOUR
CLAUSSEN MILLS FAMILY FLOUR, in quar?
ter, half and whole sacks
SAT SAGO CHEESE.
A full supnly of the above just received at the]
CO-OPERATIVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corner Meeting and Market streets.
Goods delivered free. October 15
WESTERN BULK BACON.
HHDS. CLEAR RIR SIDES, DRY SALTED
6 b?ids. Clear Sides, smoked
10 h ads. Shoulders, smoked.
Just received, and for sale by
October 1 East Bay.
LIQUORS ! LIQUORS !
GREAT REDUCTION JUST DI ADE.
HAVING MADE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SOME
of Ike best importing houses of New York,
and Philadelphia, we are now enabled to offer our
stock of WHISKEY, Brandy. Port, Madeira, Sherry
and Claret Winos. Pure Holland Gin, London Porter
and Scotch Ale. Stouton's Bitters, ic, at gr?atly re?
Par.:c3 in want of any of the above a-ticles. would
do well to cive us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
Quick Sales and Small Profits is our motto.
BYRNE At FOGARTY,
No. 453 King-street, corner John-street,
Charleston, S. O.
OLD KENTUCKY BOURBON WHISKEY, per gal?
Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gallon.2 25
superior Monongahela Rye Whiskey, per gal... .2 60
Cnoice Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, X.2 80
Choice Old Monongahela Rye Whiskey, XX.3 00
Choice Old Monongahela Bye Whiskey. XXX... .3 25
Old Nectir.4 00
Pure Hol'and Giu.4 00
Fino Old llurgandy Port Wine.3 00
Fine old Madeira Wine.3 00
Fine Old Sherry Wine.3 00
Stouton's bitters, per bott'.-. 75
London Porter, warrantee1., pcrdozeu bottles_3 00
Eiiglish and >cotch Ale, per dozen bottles.3 00
Clurct W :ne, per dozen bottles.6 00
Port Wine , per dozen bottles.7 50
Madeira Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
sherry Wine, per dozen bottles.7 50
Whiskey, per dozen bottles.6 to 12
Giu, per dozen bottles.12 00
A discount of ten por cont, will bo allowed ou aU
bdls of $50. Imo October 6
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S
- EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OP
OUR PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEY? to our lormcr numerous customers at the
Mouth, wo have appointed Messrs. H. GERD I'S i
CO. our Agents, who, by this arrrjigemout, are
enabled to supply tho trade vt price? which will en?
H. i H. W. CATHERWOOD.
II. & H. AV. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
ST f~\ BBLS. OF THE ABOV.-i FAVORITE WHI5
0\J KEYS, consisting ot X. XX. XXX. XXXX,
and NECTAR and CABINET BRANDa, and also of
Now landing, and for sale low by
H. GERDTS k CO.,
September 4 2mos No. 195 East Bay.
MILL POND OYSTERS,
PLANTED, NURTURED AND FED BY THE
Caiinonsboro' Company, uulversaUy acknowl?
edged by judges to be the fimest flavored OYSTERS
in the world-fat themselves and most fattening
nourishment, superior to Norfolk sud New York
bivalve,, in delicacy, sweetness and rehab.
To be had in quantity or at retail, by the barrel,
bushel or po k in tho shell, and by the gallon, quart
or pint opened, at the WEST END OF BEE-STREET.
October 6_JOHN S. SCHMIDT, Agent.
COAL ! COAL !?
JOHN S. HORLBECK,
(OFFICE EAST BAY, OPPOSITE UNION
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that he I as commenced the COAL
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
sol'cita a share of their patrouage.
August 17 3mo
OFFICE THIEF OF DETECTIVES'
CHARLESTON. S. C., October 19, 180S - Re?
covered and brought to thia ofllce, a quantity of
Male and Female clothing, Red Clothes, latte
Cloths, Crockery, Knives, Forks, ic Parties losing
tue same will pkuue call, prove property and pay ex
pe-sss. The above is supposed to be ar?cl'.s stolen
at the recent robberii-s.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Lieutenant and Chkf of Detectives.
-VTOTICE TO CERTAIN TAX-PAYERS.
IN AMENDMENIS TO THE CITY TAX BILL
FOR 18G8.-OFFICE CLERK OF 0 T UN CIL,
CHARLESTON. October 7,1868.-The following amen?
datory Ordinance to the OM ?nance to raise supplies
for the year 1868, is hereby published for the iutor
niatiou of all persons concerned. Especial attention
is invited to paragraph "2," which taxes all sales of
cotton on personal account, or account ot others,
payable monthly; also, to tbat part ol the Ordinance
which follows after paiagraph "29," which levies a
tax ou every bun Ired dollars ot all freight and pas?
senger lists ol' all steamers or sailing vessels, ic,
i be Ordnance was ratified on tho 29thSeptex
bcr, 18C8. W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-CITY OF CHARLESTON.
AN ORDINANCE to change and modify au ordinance
"To raise .uppUcs for thc city fur the year l?G8,
aud tor other purposes."
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
Council assembled, That the said ordinance shall be
amended so as lo read as follows, to wi::
Paragraph 2 of S. ctiou 1-Fifty ceuts ou every hun
?red dellars of all sales ot goods, ware* or merchan?
dise (except cotton) on personal account, or on ac?
count ol' others; and twenty-five cents on every hun?
dred dodars of all sales or cotton on personal ac?
count, or account of others, payable mouthlr.
Paragraph 3 of Section 1-1 illy cents on every hun
dr-d dollars ol ?ll sales at auction, payable monthly.
Paragraph 21 of se.-tlou 1-Fifty cents ou every
hundred dollars of the gross receipts of hotels or
public ealing or boai-dina houses, payable monthly.
Paragraph 22 ot section 1-Fifty cents on cve.ry
huodrtd dollars of all receipts of livery stable keep?
ers, payable m nUaly.
Paragraph 24 ol Section 1-Fifty cents on every
hundred dollars of the gross receipts of all print?
ing offices, newspapers and publishing horses, pay?
Pararrarh 26 of Section 1-Fifty cents on every
hundred dollars of all sales of horses and mules
brought to the div, payable monthly.
Paragraph 29 of Section 1-Fit ty cents on every
hundred dollars of gross receipts ot all ta<ernkeep
pers and liquor dealers, payable mantuly.
One dollar on eve. y hundred dollars of all treight
aud passenger lists of all steamers or sailing ve>s;ls,
paid or payable in this city. The same payable
monthly, the consignee or ageut of said vessels tob;
held liable tor the parmeut of the same into the
hands of tue Citv Treasurer.
This ordinance shall take effect on and after ratifi
Ratified b CHy Council this 29:h day of September,
in the year of our Lord one thousaud eight hun?
dred and sixty-eight.
[L. s.l G. W. CLARK, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
"VTOTICE TO PILOTS-CITY TREA
j\| sURY, 1st Octooer, 1868-All Licenses that
Live expired can le renewed on the recommenda
;lou ol tbe Chairman of the Board of Commissioners
directed to the Mayor, on application at tbis office
;bis month. S. THOMAS,
October 1 City T'.eao-rer.