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-IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
"FALLLNO CF A WALL.-The south wall of tho
building on Meeting-street, noar Hasel, that is
now being demolished, fell upon the adjoining
store of Afessr*. Holmes & Calder yesterday
morning, damaging it somewhat, aud compell?
ing a removal of a portion of the stock.
WARD NO. 1.-Citizens of Ward No. ll
twenty-four white majority yestarday. That
looks ns if yoii were np and doing. Keep up
and keep doing, and yon will hare occasion to
feel proud that you have done your share to?
ward securing an upright city administration
under Hon. H. D. Lesesne.
DEATH OF A VENERABLE PRIEST.- rbe
.Gazette announces the recent death at Syd?
ney, Australia, of the Kev. John McEncroe,
-whom our oldest citizens may remember as one
of the earliest missionary priests of the great
Bishop England, and who, from 1823 to 1828,
rilled thc place of pastor of St. Marv's Church.
WOULD NOT OO BACK OX HIS RECORD.-A
colored votor who was asked yesterday how he
would vote, proudly answered for the Lesesne
ticket, adding, my name is Peter Lesesne Mil?
ler, aud I can't go back on that record. Peter
is a staunch Republican, but can't swallow the
pius and berries the party have prescribed.
WARD No."2.-Citizens of Ward No. 21 only
forty-four colored majority yesterday. Two
.days are loft you to turn the tables. A long
pull, a short pull and a pull all together, and
your Ward will be secured to the cause of goud
TREASURER OF CHARLESTON COUNTY.-Gov?
ernor S.ott has appointed Mr. Fleetwood Lan
ueau to the office of Treasurer for Charleston
County. The appointment was unsolicited,
but it is one that will give general satisfaction,
as Mr. Lanneau's abilities are unquestioned,
and he possesses the confidence and esteem of
the entire community.
PERSONAL.-Commander Stone, Lighthouse
Inspector for this District, has left on a tour of
inspection to the diff?rent points in his juris?
Governor Scott, Senator Robertson and Jus?
tice H?ge, arrived in the city yesterday, and
tue stopping at tbe Charleston Hotel.
Governor Scctt ia about to go to Cincinnati
with a view of interesting the capitalists of
that city in tbe Blue Ridge Railroad.
HEBE'S Your. MULE !-Among the property
exposed for sale by the Sheriff yesterday were
several mule?. These attracted the attention
of a country negro who was enjoying a ride on
a street car, and after looking at them intently
for some time, he exclaimed to a fellow dalkey:
"Dey, Pompey, cnty tell yer BO; what Massa
Bowen been say de true; Genual Grant am
lected now and j erry's we mule;" and with that
he jumped off the car and rushed into the
courthouse to register for a mule.
A FrBE3LAx's OFFEBINO.-Mr. James E. Spear
has iu his jewelry store a magnificent present
of a solid oil vcr service, consisting of a salver,
pitcher and two goblots. They are beautifully
chased and ornamented, and will bp engraved
with the name of the fortunate possessor. But
who the happy man will bo, time alone can
telL It is whispered tbat he is a promiuent
fireman, and the offering is intended as a mark
of the appreciation of his valued services by
WABD No. 8.-Citizens of Ward No. 3 ! sixty
white majority yesterday. Good for the lirst
day, but there aro more white men in your
ward, and you must bring them out. Make
them register and vote for Hon. Henry D.
Lesesne._ ? .
THE UNION PRAYER MEETING AT TRIS m.
lu Joly last the General Convention of the
Xoung Men's Christian Associations of tho
United States and British Provinces, held at
Detroit, appointed Sunday, the 8th of Novem?
ber, as a day of speoial prayer for the revival
of general piety and tho awakening of reli?
gious interest in the minds of the young. In
pursuance of this appointment, the Associa?
tion in this city havo invited the Christian
community, and tbe public generally, to a
union meeting, to be held at Trinity Church
to-morrow evening. The object of the meet?
ing must commend itself to all, and we confi?
dently urga a full attendance of Christiaus of
every denomination, and of all interested in
the moral amelioration of the young of the
community and of tho land.
WARD No. 4.-Citizens cf Ward No. 4! one
hundred and seventy-nine colored majority.
That does not speak well for the largest ward
in the city. Your friends expect better things
of you. Come out of your bolos to-day and
Monday, register and redeem your fair fame.
REGISTRATION YESTERDAY.-We publish be?
low a completo table of the registration returns
.for yesterday. They show a colored majority
of 544 for the first day. Here are still four
times that many white men who have not
registered, and as our white people do not
generally turu out in force on the first day, we
may expect to see this small majority still fur?
ther reduced, if not entirely overcome. The
people are wanning up to the work. They be?
lieve in thc absolute necessity of electing Mr.
Lesesne, and they are determined that he shall
be our next Mayor :
Whites. Col'd. Total. Maj. Maj
Ward 1. 265 211 508 21
Ward 2. 310 354 CCI ..'44
Ward 3-lei Preci'jct. 1P0 30 135 04
2d Pr.cinct. 142 6" 199 8J
3d Precinct 204 293 497 .. ts9
Ward 4-lot Precinct. 1*0 195 335 .. 55
2d Precinct. 261 302 563 .. ii
3d Precinct. 69 151 222 .. 84
Ward5-1st Precinct. 126 265 391 .. 139
2d Precinct. 101 146 247 .. 45
Ward 6-1st Prc-inct. 150 330 480 .. 180
2d Pr cinct, 158 248 406 .. 91
Ward 7 . 208 109 317 99
Ward 8 . 269 317 586 .. 48
Totals. 2503 304G 5C49 272 814
Colored majority. 543
HOTEL ABBIVAL?-November (j.-Charleston
Ilote'-C. M. Bailoy, U. S. A.; Wm. Greg r, Ai?
tken; T. H. Nelson, Augusta; L. D. Campbell,
New York; Thomas Wilson, Washington; Geo.
L. Worthineton, Washington; J. J. Humphery,
Savannah; John T. Bauer, New York; W. IL
Bellamy, New York; W. W. Allen, Liverpool;
Captain W. J. Frisbeo, Boston; F. Phillips.
City; Governor R. K. Scott, Columbia; R. A.
Tate, Morgan'on, N. C.; G. M. Dawson, Geor?
gia; T. J. Robertson, Cjlumbia; Judge S. L.
H?ge, Columbia; J. D. Hoffman, Richmond; T.
D. Gillespie an I family, W. J. Crosswoll, City;
W. H. Evans, North Carolina; W. E. Doane,
Philadelphia;?aptain Jobnson, brig Cyclone;
B.F. Alford, City; H. Marsher, City; Goorge B.
Mills, Booen b!aad, S. C.
Pact/ion ?Tate--Josi p. Smith, Brewerton.
B. C.; M. H. Morff, Brewerton; J. Haight and
L. N. Ross, South Caro'ina; S. R. Ulmer and
wife, Brooklyn; J. P. Gamble and lady, Santee;
P. 8. Worsham, G>urdin's; J. Ivins, South Ca?
rolina; T. E. Hammond, Dr. Charles H. Sny
TO THE CITIZENS OF CHARLESTON.
The uaderaigned, impressed with the impor?
tance of securing .the success of the candidates
put forth by the Citizen's Party at the ap?
proaching Municipal election, pledge them?
selves to usc every proper means within their
power for accomplishing that ?esult.
They urge their fellow-citizens of every class
to unite with them in saving the city from
three years' of misrule, which must cause the
destruction of the credit and the crippling of
every branch of industry.
They specially appeal to the colored people
to weigh calmly the cons?quences of the suc?
cess of the Radical nominees. Tiny arc asked
to consider whether they will place their re?
liance upon those among whom they have al?
ways lived, who have never deceived them,
and who havo no interest m deceiving them
now; w hether they will sustain those who have
no interest opposed to their own, aud who will
protect them in thoir every just right and pri?
vilege, or whether they will put into power
men who have nothing to lose and all to gaiu
and who have no interest in the community
beyond securing their own personal profit, re
gardless of the consequences to the people of
Citizens of Clnrlestoi:, we labor in a com
mon cause, and appeal to every man, as he
loves his city and bis people, to register, aud
vote for the candidates put forth by the Ctti
zens'Tarty of Charleston.
James Adger & Co. Alfred Huger.
H. Gourdin. Wm. li. Pringle.
Jacob Cohen. C. T. Lowndes.
\V. ifikell. E. Geddings.
E. A. Wickenberg. Wm. T. Ur.icg.
Thos. Y. Simons. Wm. Heyward.
D. L. McKay. Wm. C. lim!.
H. G. L >i or. Theo. D. Jervey,
W. H. Williams. James ?. Pringle.
ArnoldusVanderhorst. E. Horry Frost.
W. Y. Leitch. John Co.'cock.
Charles H. Simontou. Rich. Roper.
Henry S.abrook.- Tnos. H. Colceck.
J. H. Wilson. Theo. Stoney.
Wm. C. Ravenel. William Lebby.
A. K. Chisolm. Wm. E. Marlin.
C. F. Hauckel. Wm. Jervey.
E. Lafitte. W. H. Huger.
Jno. B. Lafitte. | Rob't Mnce.
Theo. Huchet. | Wm. Middleton.
F. A. Porcher. Lee Howard,
Francis J. Pelzer. | Stephoa L. Howard.
E. H. Gadsden. Damol Raveuel, Jr.
R. Dewar Bacot. ' | Wru. F. Holmes.
B. G. Wilkins. E. P. Milliken.
W. K. bteedman. | Jno. B. Ho mes.
Wilson Glover. ! William Raveuel.
C. W. Henry. | 0. H. Middleton.
L. D. Mowry. D. N. Ingraham.
W. S. Mowrv. I Williams Middleton.
Wm. Walton Smith. Cleland K. Huger.
W. C. Courtnev. | J. Adger SinyUe.
Rob't Murdoch*. A. T. Smythe.
R. T. Walker. | John Klinck.
H. H. Ravinond. James Kealcy.
Daniel Ravcncl. | Thos. M. Hanckel.
James Ravenel. i John Harleaton.
F. R. Wickenberg. | A. Calder.
W. A. Wardlaw. A. Ca-.ale.
James Chapman. | F. L. O'Neill.
Johu F. O'Neill. Jno. Burna.
John Monaees. | J. Catnpscn.
F. W. Wagener. John Hanckel.
J. C. Trenholm. | J. H. Taylor.
J. C. H. Claus eu. I Henry Cohia.
E. C. Wilhams. | A. S. Johnston.
A. S. T. Ferry. John G. Crane. -
J. R. Boyleston. | J. E. A''ger.
Alexander St. Arnaud. G. H. MofJett.
E. D. Robinson. \ S. Hvdo.
A. McD. Brown. E. W. Marshall.
W. T. Burge. Sani'l D. Stoney.
W. L. Webb. A. B. Rose.
WAKD No. 5.-Citizena of Ward No. 5 ! one
hundred and eighty-four colored majority yes?
terday. Up and try it again. You have the
men and you have tho pluck. Seo to it that
Ward No. 5 registers enough white men to giv<
a majority for tho Hon. H. D. Lesosnc.
UNITED STATES COUHT, NOVEMBER G-HON.
GEOLGE S. BEVAN, PBESLOIXG.-lue follow?
ing petitions to establish a lien, on motion of
G. D. Bryan, Esq., appearing for the respec?
tive counsel, were referred to W. J. Clawson,
Esq., Registrar: Ex parte W. C. Trapp, ad?
ministrator of John Yarborough, in ra Laban
C. Chappell; ex parte Ketchum and McMaster,
in re George H. Miller. ?
Ex parto G. G. De Witt, in re Thomas Elli?
son. Petition to establish a lien. G. D. Bryan,
pro pct. Ordered that property bo sold by
assignee to Batisfy tho lien.
Ex parte William J. S-'arfe. Petition to
amend schedule. B. F. Arthur, pro pet. On
motion of G. D. Bryan, leavo to amend was
On motion of G. D. Bryan, appearing for the
respoctivo counsel, tho following petitions for
final d?charge were referred to W. J. Clawson,
Esq.: James T. Truesdale, ot Kershaw; James
L. Harris, of Union; William F. Morris, of |
Greenville; C. C. -Montgomery, of Grconviile;
W. J. Scarfe, of Union.
Ex parte P. V. Dibble, assig.ice, in re Irvin
A. Tell. Petition to sell property. Izlar
Dibble, pro pet. Assignee ordered to sell.
Ex parte Jno. R. Milhousc, in re Jno. Brown.
Petitioi- to enforce a lien. Hu sou & Legare,
p?o pet. Report of Registrar Carpenter c in?
firmed, and the property ordere.I to bc sold.
On motion of Geo. D. Bryan, the following
petitions ior final discliargo were reicrred to
Henry Summer, and a final hearing ordered on
December 4 : W. J. Lake, of Newberry; Thos.
W. Holloway, Wm. K. Griffin and Draylou T.
Livingston, of Newberry.
Ex parte Lewis L. Clyburn, of Kershaw. Pe?
tition for final discharge. W. L. DePass, pro
pot. Final hearing ordered boforo li. Ii. Car?
penter, on November 2G.
Ex porto Androw J. Evana, of Orangeburg.
Petition for fiual hearing. Hutscn & Legare,
pro pot. Fiuil hearing ordered at Columbia
on Gth December, and case referred to li. B.
The following petitions for final discharge
were referred to R. B. Carpenter, oa motton of
Izlar & Dibble : Irvin A. Tell and Daniel Stiveu
dcr, of Orangeburg, and Lucius S. Bellinger,
of Bar ewell.
Ex pirto Samuel Brown and Henry Brown,
copartners as H. Brown & Bro. Petition for
final discharge. A. D. Cohen, pro pet. Order
of discharge granted.
Ex parto Ephraim Amaker, iu rc Abram Aa
tilly. Petition to enforce a specific lieu. Dut?
son & L?garo, pro pot. Referred to lt. B. Car?
In re L. W. William, ex parte J. J. P.;an, as?
signee. Petition to annuli schedule. Simon
ton & Barker, pro pet. Ordered that bankrupt
show cause why petition should not bo grant?
Ex parte Edward G. Hume, of Charleston.
Petition tor final dischorqe. Simontou & Bar?
ker, pro pet. Or .1er of discharge granted.
Ex parte Charlas Keeper, Claus W. Wrede.
Petitions for citi j.-nship. O.'dcr of enrolment
Thc Court will be opened at lt) A. M. on Mon?
The United States vs. niucteen barrels whis?
key. On motion of Pori er & Conner, it was
ordered that tho said whiskey bo guaced Ly
licensed ginger and appraised by G. B. Man
toue, and be delivored to claimants on their
filing suflleicut bonds.
REOISTEATIOX INCIDENTS.-There was no un?
due excitement at tho registration precincts
yesterday, and with 80:nc few exceptions eve- ?
rythmg was conducted decently ?ind in order.
Several colored boys, evidently under age, were
allowed to register at the Washington Engine
House. An ambitious dirkiy, who wanted to
vote muchly, tried to register at bo'h Wards
Nos. 7 ai.d 8, but was arrested and taken to the
guardhouse. The working men of acme of tho
Wards were out, and did yoeman s servie 2 in
challenging tho right of non-residents to regis?
ter at their precinct.
Interesting Ceremony-Installation of
On last Thursday evening, the Rev. J. H. M.
Chumaceiro, recently elected by the congre?
gation of thc Jewish Synagogue, was installed
with appropriate ceremonies. Thc church was
crowded, and the deepest interest was evinced
by all present. The exercises weie commenc?
ed hythe choir singing the Hebrew psalm,
..Barucb Huba," or "Blessed is he who cometh
in tho name of the Lord. ' As the first notes
of thc above psalm were sung, tho President
of tli9 congregation. Mr. P. Wineman, accom?
panied by the minister and the Board of Trus?
tees, catered the Synagogue and ascended the
platform of tuc reading desk ereeteJ in the
centre of the church.
At the ! onclusion of tho psalm, Mr. N. Levin,
Secretary of thc congregation, officially noti?
fied the reverend gentleinnn of his unanimous
election as Minister of the Congregation. The
latter replied in a very feeling and eloquent
address, at thc conclusion of which au Eng
lish hymn was sung by tho choir. The Rabbi
then chanted th J evening prat ors ia Hebrew
and reail a portion of the psalm in Englisb.the
responses being made by t'ie choir in thc Ue
The reverend gentleman, descending from
his position, advanced to tho eastern part
of thc Synagogue, where the ark containing
the scrolls of the law are deposited, and open?
ing ita massive mahogany doors, stood before
tho law iu silent prayer. He then ascended
the pulpit, and opening the holy volume at the
Ten Commandments, mado a solemn vow to
maintain thc principles and precepts ol' the
Jewish faith, and to poriorru all the functions
of his office in aciordancc wir'.i t:;e hw of
Moses, tho prophets m l thc sages. At thc
conclusion of this sol::::n promise thc choir
sung a psalm of David in Hebrew.
The Rabbi next delivered his inaugural ad?
dress. He briefly traced thc history of his
people from the death of Joseph, and dwelt
with force upon the prophecy which ho made
just before dying. He also dwelt upon tho
youth, manhood and mission of Moses, citing
tho miraculous incident of the burning bush
when God appeared unto him and Moses an?
swered, "Henayuee," "Hereami."
The speaker drew a beautiful compari?
son between the mission of Moses and the
vocation of the ministry upon which he (tho
speaker) had just entered. He illustrated this
portion of his address by allusions to the duties
appcrtr.lai.ig to his sacred offico, aud by
promising to respond to them in joy or
affliction .as responded by Moses, " Hore am
L" He also dwelt upon the duties both of
minister and congregation ; thoso which
the minister owed to the congregation and
those which are due by the congicgation to
lu conclusion, he oflered np a solemn and
impressive prayer in behalf of thoso present,
and also an earnest invocation to God to assist
him in his future ministerial labors.
Tho impressive ceremouios were closed by
the choir singing a psalm in Hebrew, and thc
priestly benediction by thc minister.
Thc Rev. J. H. M. Chumaceiro is a native
of Amsterdam, Holland, is about twenty-three
years old, is a fine Hebrew, Spanish and French
scholar, and has given the highest promise of
being a very eloquent pulpit orator. His fath?
er, tho Rev. Jos. M. Chumaceiro, was appoint?
ed Chief Ralbi by thc King of Holland to re?
side at Curacoa, and has recently returned to
Amsterdam, where he has been honoted by the
receipt of a pension lrora that Monarch for his
great learning, zeal aud philanthropic arts
during tho preva'cnucc of tho cholera in the
Dutch West Indies.
WARD NO. 8.-Citizen? ol' Ward No. 8! not?
withstanding thc efforts of your working com?
mittee there was a colored majority of forty
eight against you yesterday. This should not
be. You have tho men; make them register.
Use thc moans at your command, and you will
aid materially in thc election of Hon. H. D.
South Carolina Railroad vs. Columbia
and Augusta Railroad.
ARGUMENTS OP D. T. CORBIN, ESQ., AND HON. C.
The heaving of tho application for a provis?
ional injunction in this ca?c was continued be?
fore Justice Willard yesterday. Tho morning
was occupied by the arguments of D. T. Cor
hiu, Esq., tor thc complainants, aud Hon. C.
G. Meminingor for the respondents.
Mr. Corbiu made thc following points :
1. As to jurisdiction : 1. Boing conferred by
express words.it was not to bj disputed. 2.
Being given to a justice of tho Supreme Court,
it extended over tho whole State.
2. As to the rights of tuc complainants : L
These rights were mads exclusive by statute.
2. They were a franchise which might be tak?
en for a public usc, but could not bc transfer?
red to another. 3. The charter was a contract
which the State could not violate. 4. Tho
grant of exclusive rights in its very nature
forbade tho idea of entry upon the privileges
by others, else tho grant would contain in itself
the elements of its own destruction.
3. As to thc rights ot thc respondent-: 1.
They had a charter of a ganoral power to con?
struct a road from Columbia to Augusta, but
thia could not give t?cm a right to outer upon
and injure Hie franchisa of thc complainants,
unless they showed a physical impossibility to
go by any other route, and that was not prc
teudetl. 2. Eren i' they had a right to con?
demn thc land of the complainants they bad
not done so, and until they did, they were
4. As to the remedy, interlocutory injunc?
tion would lie to secure a statuto y privilege.
Hon. C. G. Memminger closed the argument
for the respondents. He objected strongly to
tho assumption of jurisdiction in this matter
by a Justice of the Supreme Court, both on
general principles of ?aw, and tho rxptcss
words of tho State Constitution and
the act of thc Legislature. The object
of his argument on ihis point was
to show that the Jitsticj cmld only
have control of the eas .' as a matter of chan?
cery jurisdiction : that such jurisdiction wis
not conferred on him by statute, and thal
even if it wore it could not be oxo.ciaod by
bim outside of tho county in which tba bili
was filed, nnlesa th.ro was sufficient cause
shown. Granting the jurisdivti >n, bc claimed
it as settled law that a provisional writ o; in?
junction won'id not lie unless a clear
right and immediate danger of irre?
parable dania ?o were both shown. U.i a
thorough examination of thc evidence, he
could find none showing irreparable and im?
mediate damage. Ile rhongbl tho e.;se was
clear, and tba: tho argument ??u.^ht to slop
herc; but still he followed up the argument ot
thc opposite counsel, and in so doing, cktin*ed
that tho privileges ol the South Carolina itail
?oad weru not exclus.vo, and that oren if they
were, it had boen decided by the United States
Supreme Court that they were snbjcot to the
exercise of the right ot eminent domain, aud
that the injuries uausc-J by such excrc.se coal I
bo compensated in damages; that tho ri,1:1
to cuter and ?be laud o? otjcrs, without any
preliminary proceed tugs, was secured by thc
charter ol tiic Columbia and Augusta Railroad,
and it had been so decided iu this State; that
thc matter was tts ju-Jicata, and that thc con?
duct of tho two partios had been Buch as to
proclnde thc complainants .'rom obtaining a
provisional writ of injunction.
THE THEATBH.-"Ingomar," which waa pi
ed by request last night, waa greeted by a g(
audience. Mr. Templeton, a3 "Ingoma
acted the barbarian to perfection, but the
no8are of all eyes was Mias Alice Vane a3 "P
thenia." the Greek Maiden. Thia play ia
miliar to moat persons, but has alwaya bee
gencrnl favorite wilh the ladies, and t
naivete of "Parthonia" and the unconscic
grace and beauty witb which she tames t
savage barbarian can never become stale. T
Irish farce, "Barney thc Caron," that follow
was mirth provoking, and an agio .'able cc
elusion to the performance.
WARD No. C.-Citizens of Ward No. 6! t<
hundred a^d seventy colored majority yeah
day. Bad for you. It is the biggest beat
all. Come np and register to-day and Monda
and titra tho tables, so that thc Hon. II. :
Loses..e foal! be ric;lit sido up with care.
PILLSBURY NOT TO BF. BRIBED.-It was cn
rently reported yesterday titat on Ihurad
evening a delegation ol' the Republican leade
waited on Gilbert Pillsbury and offered him
sum of money equal to his antici ated tv
years'salary as Mayor if ho would wit hilra
from the canvass or allow them to arrange h
ticket. He declined both off.-rs peremptoril
saying that he was call ed ot God to rule ov<
this people, and c mid not abandon bia hhj
mission. We arc glad Mr. Pillsbury took sut
a lofty position, for really wc would regret
Bee men who seem to have tho good of tl
city at heart throw so much monoy away. Tin
deserve the thanks of thc community lor ti;
ing to substitute even another Republican fi
such u man as Pillsbury; but Ho i. II. D. L
sesuc ia sure to beat Mr. P. out of his boot
and therefore they better hold on to the
AN IRATE POLITICIAN.-Sam Dickerson, awe
known colored politician, created some excit
ment ou Broad-street, yesterday, by a violci
denunciation of thc white leaders of the Repul
lican party, who he said Iud ridden into offi<
on tho shoulders of the blacks, and had thc
rowaided them with empty thanks and monti
speeches. Sam was at one time quito popult
among thc negroes, and waa au active a..cat i
Columbia in manipulating their votes. H
was also a prominent speaker in the Republ
can assemblies, and was thrust forward on a
occasion!1. Sam w is promised a bonus for h
labors in tho cause, which was not forthcon
ing, aud he became irate and charged arouni
abusing the party for their ingratitude. At th
recent public meeting Sam eudcavoiod i
speak but was manoeuvred out of the positioi
and later in thc evening, at Pillsbury's hous
he was hooted down. This was the last ha
that broke thc camel's back, and Sam's hca:
waa bitter against tho Republican party, tl
white leaders and their black tools. Exp*
rience is the best tcicher, and Sam Ina leari
a lesson his race should profit by, to let pol
tics alone and study policy; in other word
to find out on which side their bread is bu
WABD No. 7.-Citizens ot Ward No. 7! nin
ty-nino white majority yesterday. Nobly hav
you redeemed your pledges. Up and at the:
again, let your example bc followed, aud Pill
bury's cohorts will be routed, horse, foot ar
A CHABLEiTOXLAN HIGHLY. HONORED.-Rc
F. A. Mood, pastor of Trinity Methodi
Church in thin city, has accepted tho Pres
dencv of tho Soulo University of Texas, an
will preach his last sermon at Trinity to-mo
Soulo University is situated at Cliapc
Hill, I'cxas, abou: ninety milos northwest c
Galveston, on the proj ectcd line of the Pacii
Railroad, and is tho only chailcrcd universe
or college ill that State. It received its charti
in 1851, and at the breaking out of thc war
numbered two hundred and fifty studonts i
the academic department, bo.iide those in tl
medical school. It ia under the patiouage (
tho Methodist Church, and aa that denomi
nation ia very strong ?in Texas, numbertn
five conferences of ab mt one hundred minis
tera each, all ot' whom aro interested iu th
welfare of tho university, there can bo i
doubt that, under thu management of an ab!
and carucst man like Mr. Mood, thc universil
will soon recover the prosperity which waa iu
paired by thc war, and that it will continue t
ho an institution of learning worthy of tlia
Rev. Francis Anbury Mood was born an
raised in Charleston, and is one of n larg
family of sons, three of whom, including hin
self, aro Methodist clergymen. While a
school and in colloge he paid his cdu
cational expenses by teaching in hi
leisure hours. Ho was prepared for colleg
at the High School in this city by Henry L
Bruns, LL. D., tho veteran teacher who ha
laid tho foundation of tho varied attainment
of ao many of the literary and professional mc
of Charleston. At college he graduated wit
honor in a class numbering among its mom
bera such men as Paul H. Hayuo, Profcsso
John McCrady, and W. R. B.ichman, Esq., am
immediately afterwards commcucod the Iabo
rious life of an itinerant minister. After tw
years' service ol' this kind, 'lia acknowledge*
abilities induced tho Dish >p to locate him a
Sumter, and afterwards at Greenville and Co
' lumbla, ut each of which places he reuiaiuei
two years. Ills health having failed, he spen
a year in European travel, and onljisieluir
was made presiding elder ol' Charleston Dil?
triet, which position ho held for six years, ant
this year he was assigned to Trinity, the mos
important charge in the Conference.
A professorship in tho sam J University wai
offered to Mr. jJood in 13(17. an d thc presidency
was first offered to him in Jauutry ln-st, but ot
neither occasion did ho feel at liberty to accept
Now, however, (he ofi' r is acconip mied b\
urgent letters from two oi' the Methodist Bish?
ops, and by such liberal as well as flattering
inducements that duty and interest combine
to compel its acceptance.
Thc Mctnodist Church in South Carolin.'
loses an able and active minister, and Charles?
ton a useful and respected citizen; but we un
glad lo feel confidence in the prediction thal
in the wider sphere of daly to which he is
about to remove, Mr. Mood will become one OJ
the first men of his adopted Slate-,
TUE ALABAMA TRADE.-Tho lalo meeline; Oi
railroad officials al Selma, Alabama, have made
arrangements which will probably largely beu?
cht thc trade of til'S City. The loliowiug is
copied from the Selina limes of the ??th Octo?
Within ?cn dava, coll?n will bc carried from
Sein.a lo Augusta and Charleston in through
ears, ?nd via Charleston tj N. w York With iio
other chango than fro.ii the cars to first class
la^t steamers at ritte; as low as possible on
any coi ipeliiig Imo.
To-day tho cars vt ?li run through to Rome
and through rates aro agreed v;>?m by the S. lt.
& D. IL, thc Georgia road, His South Carolina
r. ad, and the steamers. Nothing is a matter
Tue same hue that entries our cotton to
Charleston will bring back rico, andaii freights
from the linet, to this city a! i he i aim: figures
made from Hie same places to Mobile or Sew
Thc time for-frdghts from Selma to Charles?
ton will bo about til'iy Louis, ?ind Hoi more
than five or nix days U NOW il irk.
At thc sanie timo ariangemonts ?ire on foot,
aud will suon bo made, lor through cars from
Loitisvillo via Nashvil e nuil Romo io Selma,
with cheap Ire?ghis aud quick time. Wo have
not room tor comment. Our bu$iue*s men will
seethe bearing and appreciate liic importauce
of these facts; the road is through to Rom -;
we are to have through ears to Charleston at
once; in a short time wo will havo through
trains to Louisville; and we now ha'call rail
di.'cel commuuication with New York.
CHARLESTON, November 6,1868.
It is rumored and generally credited that I
voted the Republican ticket at the recont elec?
tion. 1 do not concede for one moment tho
right of any person or persons to quest-on my
vote; nor do I yield one jot of my right to think
and vote as I please. I nevertheless pronounce
the rumer falso, maliciously and wilfully false
in its every particular, and entirely without
foundation. I did not vote tho Republican
ticket, and will prove him guilty of a falsehood
who asserts to the contrary.
JOHN A. MOROSO.
CHOICE GREEN ADD BLACK TEAS, one dollar
ptr pound, at Wilson'.? grocery, southeast corner
Societv and Anson streets. Goods delivered tree.
ALFS, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, with
crackers, cheese and bolognas, to be bud at all hours
of the day at Captain Theo. Cordes, south tide ot
Market-street, between Meeting and Church.
SHOES! SHOES I SHOES!-Lyons & Murray,
o? thc well established Koot and Shoe Store Ko. 78
Market-street, noir Mcoting, sign of "Big Doo ," bas
just received from manufacturers a choice selection
o' the latest styles, and, we must say, most endu
able, Boots and Shoc3. Purchasers can Favo money
by giving them a call. See their advertisement in
A DELIOHTFDL AROMA.-The comer of Kinp
and Vanderhorst streets is an attractive resort for
thc ladle?, for it bas a perfume Uko Araby tho blest,
and Ceylon's spicy isle could not furnish a more
pleasing and delicious aroma. Aimar's drug store
is the repository of all that is useful and ornamental,
from castor oil to cologne, both of them good, but
especially tho latter. If the ladies exercise thc part
of wisdom, they will not hesitate to chose between
them, and will never regret the i aves tm en t in Aimar's
If you want cheap BUnk Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelope?, Paper,
kc; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
Il you want Books bound In any style, or Account
Books mode to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. CO Broad
jtoats, Sfpes, (tic.
MARKET'S!1., NEAR MEETING.
SIGN OF "BIG BOOT."
JUST RECEIVED, A FRESH SUPPLY OF
BOOTS, SHOES, TONKS, kt
(ALL SIZ ICS AND QUALITIES.)
LYONS St. MURRAY.
November 7 1
E^H?S??E ON * KEW YOKE.
C1HECKS FOR SALE BY
I CONNER k WILSON,
October 24 stuthluio No C Broad-streot.
EXCHANGE ON ENGLAND.
DRAFTS ON UNION B \NK, LONDON, DN
sums ot ?1, and upwards.
EXt II AN G IC OX IRELAND.
DRAFTS ON PROVIN.'I\L BANK AT DUBLIN
AND BRANCHES, in sums of ?1, and Upwards.
EXCHANGE UN PA lt IS.
DRAFTS IN SUMS OF FIFTY FRANCS, AND
EXCHANGE OH BERLIN.
DRAFTS IN SUMS OF TEN XHALERS, AND UP?
For sale by CONNER k WILSON,
October 21 stuthlmo No. 0 Broad-street.
Q P E N I N O O P A
NEW MUSIC STORE
MR. I B. WALTElt, TEACHER OF MUSIC, MOST
rospectfu'lv informs the public that he has cpeued a
MUSH; STOKE at No. 107 KING-STREET, threo
doors below Clifl'crd strect, where he offers for salo a
vftriety of th" best and cheapest Musical Instruments,
Striags, and all neces ary Trimmings tor repairing;
also Music ot the latest pub ie*: ion?, for piano and
all other instruments; and the best an1 cheapest
Music Paper and Books, as also tho finest self-bind?
ing iMu-ie Folios, all selected by himse'l.
Pianos Tuned and Ropiirod aud Bows Haired.
For sale, a Cbickcrlng Piauo, in good order.
November 5 thsm3
/dU un?) lUintcr (tobs.
FURNISHING GOODS, TAILOR'S TRIM?
MINGS, FANCY GOODS, AND SMALL
JOHN S. FAIRLY & CO.,
NO. 37 ll A Y N E-STBEET,
BKG TC INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THEIR
.ity and country customers, and the trade Generally,
to their complete aud attractive assortment ut thc
ab ive mentioned fiocds.
Cur PURCHASING PARTNER is constantly in thc
NEW YORK MARKET, and weare thereby enabled
to ofl'cr peculiar advantages to our customers in both
Style! and Prices.
Wc would also Invito an examination of
COLBY'S VERTICAL SELF-ADJUSTING
TUE OX LY FA ULTLESS SKIRT MADE,
For which wa aro SOLE AGENTS iu this city.
September 24 mc thstutlmo
"VT IL XV F ALL
F OR GENTLEMEN,
THE FIA EST STOCK IN THE CITY.
MENKE & MULLER
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THAT
they hare opened at their New Establishment,
No. 325 KING-STREcT, opposite Society, thc tinost
Stock ol FALL AND WINTER GOODS for Gentle
men's wear which cm be lound in the citv, embrac?
ing thc Choicest BROADCLOTHS, FRENCH DOE?
SKINS, VELVET .vND SILK VESlTNGa, kc, which
will bc made up to order.
They have al?o on hind a large assortment of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, of ail descriptions,
selected ?iib gre.it care, and oft! c verv latent style-,
consisting of Business and Drew suiis, Overcoat.
k?y a;.d a full a-ock of Alcsundre'd Rid. Cassimure
ano ISnekfSiin Glove?, Cravats, Shirts aud other Fur?
Sansue; iou guv an'el J ine\ery rase, and prices
to suit C:c timi H. A. M EN Kr',
(I'ormcriy OI'DCKSACM .V: MLSKIM
(Formerly of MULLER BBOTIIEBS.)
October 13 tutiiH iiuos
A. D. FLEMING'S
mm am FACTORY,
KO. 341 KJXC-STKEET,
BRANCH STORE CORNER KING AND ANN
fpAKES PLEAbUltE IN ANNOUNCING TO HIS
cus'omers, and pubiie in general, that he is
now ready, with a fud supply of CANDLES of hi?
own mauuf inuring. Kecys constmtly on hand a
fresh supply of FRENCH CANDIES, of the greatest
variety. Fresh CAKES and PIES of all sorts arc
daily baned at his Steam- Candy Factory. The
public in general, and particularly the country mer?
chants, nill find it to their interest by giving him a
call before purchasing elsewhere.
October 26 Imo
Points, ?ils, (Str.
WM. M. BLEB & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF
KEROSENE LAMPS AND FIXTURES.
HOWE'S PLATFORM SCALES
No. 203 East Bay Street,
SIGN OF MARVIN'S SAFE.
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF THE FOL
LOWING BRANDS OF WHITE LEAD, which are
copyrighted and bear our trade mark :
WM. M. B. & CO.'S, STONEWALL, WANDO,
CHICORA AND ET1WAN.
WM. M. B. A CO.'S AND QUEEN CITY
THE FAVORITE BRAND OF BRILLIANT
August 29 Die stuth 3mos
W E T T ' S
This TIE can bc applied instantaneously to any
size bale; it requires no preparation whatever.
Insert the hoop in the
slot, and draw it tight a
round the bale.
It adjusts itself to the bale, and ?a so simple that
it can bo applicl by any ono.
When the lever of the
press is raised the tie will
fasten itself by tbe out?
ward pressure of the bale.
Tbe advantage of Baling Cotton with iron is nrw
generally acknowledged, ond it is recotnux>niled by
thc Board of Underwriters, Stoats.boat and Ship?
owners. It costs loss, makes a more compact bale,
and gives greater security than rope.
ROBERT HUKK & CO.,
AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
October'?3 2-tuthslmo CHAULE TON, S. C.
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AW ARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
F.sIR. London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELL!.', Paris;
WINNER OFTUE WAG EB
30.000 FRANCS ll
(30,000 Ll GOLDI.
A: the recent luteruational Contest in the Paris EA?
The public arc invited to call and examine Use re?
port of tbe Jury on the merit" of the great contest,
and sec thc olficial award to tho UVrr.ug's PaU-cl
over all others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERPAS
No. 2J1 Broadway, corner Mumy-st, Now Jork.
FARR RET, HERRING A CO., 1
HERRING. FARUEL A SHERMAN. Mew Orleans
Largo Stock on band by
WA IKE K, ETAN S & COG S WE LL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND lin EAST BAY SIREEIS,
March 3 9mo
nnilE BIAttisSM iS. C.) STAK OFPKKS
J. facilities unsurpassed by uny paper in thc cast?
ora part ul the Stato to the Moa h mts or Charleston
aud other localit ?s, of extending i heir busiuess to
tho Poodee section. Business eurds and advenis*>
tncnts lnscr'ed on liberal terais, w?ich maybe learn?
ed by applying to W. J. MoKBRAIiL, Editor.
October 22 Imo
Sugar and Molasses.
BT F. P. SALAS, Auctioneer.
On WEDNESDAY next, the 11th instant, at half-past
10 o'clock A. M., will be sold, cn Brown's & Co.'s
Wharf, alongside the British Brig "Osprey," Iron?
20 HHDS. PRIME GROCERY SUGAR
71 hbds. Good Gri cery Sugar
40 hhds. strictly Choice Sauta Lucia Molasses
20 hhds. Muscovado Molasses
70 hhds. Sweet Cuba Molasses
00 barrels Sweet Cuba Molasses:
Conditions at sale.
?5-ThG Augusta Constitutionalist, Savannah Re
pub.ican and Columbia Phceoix will please insert
twice, and scud bill to F. P. Salas.
Vacant Lets on Meeting and Cnnbeiland
BT Z. B. OAKES.
Will be sold on THURSDAY, 12th ln?=t., ct ll o'clock,
at the Old Postofflce,
The VACANT LOT at the southeast corner of
Meeting and Cumberland-streets, measuring 17 feet
front ou Meetinq-street and G4 feet on Cumlerland,
with ri;bt of Alic} way to tho south.
Thc VACANT LOT south side of Cumoeriand
strcct, immediately cist of thc above, measuring 49
leet front and 72 feet deep.
Terms- November 6
Ruction ters' prie atc Solcs^
CLIFFORD & toA^HEWES.
Real Estate Agents, No , Broad-street.
For sale and Lease
PHOSPHATE LANDS t a superior quality, on
deop wa'.ar navigation and healthy locations all the
RICE and COTTON PLANTATIONS and FABM8 In
all para ol' thc State.
CITY PROPERTY of every description.
November 2 3 m oe.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOBERS, of various sizes
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL?, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 6 to
1G feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PR E.SS 23 for Hind
power, Saw and R-co Milli
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, dc, de,
WILLIAM S. UENEREY,
MACHINIST AND F 0 (Tl7 DER
No. 314 MEET1NU-STRELT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
August 3 mwg
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THE HIGHLY SATISFACTORY AND REMARKA?
BLE effects ol' tlii- Gnauo in producing very
lartfely increased crops of COTTON, CORN and
other STAPLE CROPS h is attr.ited tho general at?
tention ot' planters and la' mets.
In order to conllrm public confidence in tho con?
tinued excellence of tidy Guano, and avail of tho best
scientific ability in thcproseeuiion of this important
business, the PACK' IC GUANO C iMPAN'i has con
sumatcd a professional engagement with Dr. ST.
JULIEN RA VE NEU. oi Char cato >, S. C.. as ecienti
fic adviser and ronsulif g chemist lo thc Company.
Dr. RAVEN EL is covenant wiih the composition
and qualities ot the Uuano, a J well as with the char?
acter, policy and una.-ual resources oi'tho PACIFIC
GUANO COMPANY, sad will communicate fall in?
formation on the-" point- to planters who may
call on him, or address him by letter nt Charleston,
S. C. JOHN S. REESE ic CO..
General Agents Pacific Guano Company.
J. N. ROBSON,
Agent lor Koutfa Carolina,
October 19 tuthslmo-DAC Charleston, s. O
mwwr & HOWARBJ
m*mkv?Tiiji i .ff'riir^'u1'-ri,tf",^,<Fa^
You caa do all your Coolting, save time,
trouble and money, and avoid heating tho j
house in Summer, by using a
Kerosene or Gas Stove, j
Ask for tho UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN <
(Gas) BTOVE. They are the best. Take no 1
Send for Circular.
Also Attachments for Lamps or Gas
Burners, Nursery Lamps, Kerosene Glue
Pots. Ac, Ac
Liberal terms to Agents. J
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 KtNG-SlRKET,
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
AU?U312 Die ,
T BI P O R TE it S OF
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ??c.,
Anil Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WM. S. CORWIN i CO.
?ij-Goods delivered to all parts ol the City.
p. p. TOILE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOORS, SASHES ANO BLINOS
Charleston, S. C.
Particnlar attention paid to ."-hipping.
Ju Iv 31 6m OR?
JTOliTH, STE.KLE A AVA Ii DELL,
WUOLESALt: DEALEUS IS
F A N C Y G O O 1> * ,
STATIONERY,PERFUMERY, < CILERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING COODS,
WHITE GOO US, EMB OID?R/, Ac, Ac,
No. 107 .".'cillns-strcct,
CHARLESTON, S, C.
J, B. STEELE. C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, JR. New York.
Septen ber IS 3mos
JOHN O . ALEXANDER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 1G Broad-str -
RESPECTFULLY SOLI-'ITS SIN ESS IN THE
WRITING UP AND ADJd-? I INO OF BOOKS AND
Ai COUNT-i of Merchants and others. Also, the
SELLING AND RENTING, AND COLLECTION OP
EN ?S OF HOUSES, 4c. October 1