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Gov. Hahn from Louisiana, represents that
the reconstructed rebtgs in that State are acting
very badly. In one parish, they met ir?onven
tion and re-established slavery by for?l enact
ment and resolutions. Sm
Last week, one of the civil cour* >^?enced a
negro to be whipped under the old 7s -ginia code.
General Augur promptly annulled the sentence.
A colored man in Cincinnati has recovered a
verdict of $300 against a street railway company
for the act of a conductor in unlawfully putting
him out of a car.
The 107th Kentucky Colored Regiment, now
guarding the fortifications about Washington,
were paid off last week. Up to this date $6,000
has been deposited in the National Freedmen's
Savings Bank, by the men of seven companies.
A cargo of Africans' was recently landed in
Cuba, on the northwestern part of the island
the number of victims being variously stated at
from one hundred to eight Hundred. The au.
thorities were blind to the transaction. Su'cli
events have been unfrequent lately.
The majority of the House Committee of the
Tennessee Legislature have reported against the
Negro Testimony bill. They assign two rea
sons: 1- The majoritv of the people ure opposed
to it. 2. Legislation in favor of negro testimony
at this time is premature. Wc think they had
better have tried it before passing judgement.
It is estimated that of the 22,443,897 acres of
land under cultivation in Alabama. Georgia, -
Florida, South Carolina, Texas, Louisiana,
Mississippi and Arkansas, ten millions are sub
ject to purchase on easy terms, or to lease, with
the right to purchase at from $5 to $20 per
acre; the rent from $2 to $? per acre.
An officer connected with the educational der
partment of the Freedmen's Bureau has just
returned from a tour through North Carolina.
Ile represents that there i*d>ut little money in
the Srate, labor scarce, and all but a few of the
inhabitants are opposed to the educational ad
vancement of the freedmen.
Provisional Governor Parsons has recom
mended to the Legislature of Alabama the pas
sage of an act securing the colored people of
the State the same amount of protection that
non-voting whi'.es now enjoy.
A colored man was the highest bider at the
auction sjde of two fine estates in Staunton, Va.
Some Louisiana papers give favorable reports
in regard to cotton planting and 'die condition
<if the freedmen'.
A company is in process of organization at
New-Orleans for the purpose of raising cotton
by advancing planters adequate means to culti
vate their lands. 1 he necessary money is to be
advanced at the rate 'Of seven per cent, secured
by mortgage. Profits are to be equiiiy divid
ed. The company will furnish the agricultural
implements required.
All the colored troops at Wilmington are TO
be removed to ports on the coast. A detach
ment of the 28th Michigan regiment remains as
the garrison of the town.
Large quantities of Governmem lands are
being taken up and settled upon by soldiers
discharged from disbanded colored regiments.
Tte Rev. J. Sella Martin (colored) gave the
results of his mission to England to obtain aid
for the suffering freedmen of the South, at the
Shiloh Presbyterian Church last evening. Ile
had succeeded in collecting about $60.000, but
thought that the freedmen must rtlv chiefly on
the contributions of the North for relief.
There is a genuine " war of races at New
Orleans, between the Creole aud American eiti
ns, all about the teaching of French in the
public schools. The American clement has con
trol tn the city and is determined that French
shrill not be taught, and that the next genera
tor, of Creoles shall be thoroughly American
ized.
Tribute of Bospeet.
At a regular monthly meeting of Niagara Fire
Engine Company, No. 8, held on Thursday eve
ning, Dec. 7th, 18S5, the following preamble and
resolutions were unanimously adopted :
lt F.as pleased Almighty God to visit upon us
a heavy afihetion, the gloomy badges of mourn
ing, that we but a few months ago had cast aside
now becomes our painful duty to wear once
"'tore. That unwelcome messenger, f?eath, seems
to have hovered around us; and, in his rccklcs
course, has summoned from us our late brother
fireman, J. C. MATHEWS-, it cast ? gloom over
us when called upon, to reeord the death of such
a worthy comrade. His gentlemanly de^?rtettent
and kindly feeling won rJbe esteem and friend
ship of those who were associated with him. This
tribute ff respect as the last solemn right that
tallows the l?cmorv of the dead. Let us unite in
'tat last appeal to Heaven that his soul may rest
"n peace. Therefore, be it
?Wfcerf, That we deeply mourn his loss, and
sympathize with his afflicted family.
Resolved, That, as a mark of respect, we wear
'lie usual badge of mourning for thirty days and
that a bhuik page in thc Minute Book be dedi
eated to his memory.
Resolved. That a copy of these preamble and
resolution be sent to the family of the deceased,
and that they be inserted in the South Carolina*
Leader of this city.
C. J. FOLEY, 'Pres., J. M. HOLLOWAY, Sec.
-From tke Minutes.
Dec. 9.
&. G. A. ?.
To all whom this may concern.
We, ?he citizens of South Carolina, in eon-*
Ration at Xo. 186 King Street, at ten o'clock.
1house be?ng called to order, a portion of
?v ri; ture read, taken from the 2nd book of
' ar?nieles-. 7th chapter, 1st to 5th verses, and
ottered by Mr. H. S. Pickinpack, Sen,
;\r *. h. Scanlan was called to the chair, who
hnefly stated the object of the meeting. Mr.
Butler Morrison was called to act as Secretary,
Mrt. C. C. Gadsden appointed to act as Assist
ant; alter which the Convention was declared
ready for business. The Chairman then ap
pointed the following gentlemen as Committee
on Drafting Resolutions : Messrs. A H- Har
?r^'J1; Thonvt>*<T, J>. Cox. John Sleeman,
0.B.PickmP3cijr., Ii. S Pickinpack, Senior.
?fie Committee retired, and returned in half an
noury with the following resolutions, which were
unanimously adopted.
W e the Committee, duly appointed bv this
Convention, do herebv present these resolu
tions :
Resolved, That wc. as* citizens of Charleston,
state of South Carolina, assembled on the 13th
j&J of April, A.D. 1865, at Bonum ?al!, John
-treet, did then and there receive Mr. Charles
n thompson, of Providence, Kt. with open
?ms, and received from him all necessary iri
gation relative to the organization of* the
general Grand Accepted Order of Brothers and
- Kiers of Love and Charity; and since which
?me he has labored diligently for our advance
ment, walking circumspectly before us.
Ketolved, That we, as a united people, support
na against all pastors and divines that may
samst linn rise, and our beloved institution,
we endorse as the members thereof, wi?[h
out respect to the cost of regalia or any expense
that may come upon us.
Resolved, That we, as a free people, shall wo~k
upon our. own merits, without fear, according to
the laws th?t are or mayJhereaFter be. y
Resolved, That should we, fche oflicers and
members of this institution, feel desirous of. en
riching our beloved Brother, we shall deem it
our privilege, and*n<?t the privilege of others.
Resolved, That as loyal citizens of Charleston,
State of South Carolina, we pledge ourselves,
as such, that we will support the Government of
these United States and all its laws against
treason or evasion of said Government ; and al
so to respect and sustain the laws of South
Carolina in favor of these United States, so help
us, God.
Resolved, That the proceedings of this Con
vention be published in the ;i South Carolina
Leader " ?nd in the " Christian Recorder '* of
Ph.iladelph.ia. ..
Business Committee,-!! Cox, A. II. Harper;
J. Freeman, C H. Thompson.
H. S. PICKINPAC?, Sen., Chairman.
H. B. PICKINPACK, Jr., Secretary.
Dec. ST. lw-10
CHARLESTON' Dec. 5,1865.
At ? meeting of the Union Philanthropic Band,
held at thc residence of J. Bright, Anson St.,
F. B. Mitchell was called to the chair. He arose,
?nd ?t?ted that the object of calling the meeting
together to-night is to try to reorganize our be
loved Band, which had been linked together for
so many years ; bttt, finding ourselves without
instruments, and without means to get them, we
will humbly call on the citizens of Charleston,
and all associations, and particularly the Union
League-which was unanimously agreed to.
There were nine disinterested gentlemen ap
pointed to receive subscriptions.
P. PoiNSETT, H. LA COMB,
J. BONUM, VV. F. OLIVER,
W. EVANS, A. JACOBS,
ISAAC PERRI, T. PUSHROUE,
A. SIMMONS, P. MAZYEK,
F. FOSTER, J. MORRIS.
A. B. MITCHFLL, Leader.
T. DAWSON, Secretary. Dec 9-lt 10.
G. G. A. d;
To all whom this mav concern.
Charleston, Dec. 7, I860.
At a Meeting.ot '?Lincoln Tabernacle So 1,"
G. G. A. O. B. & S. of L. & C. held at their
Lodge, No. 186 K;ng Street-the following of
ficers were duly elected and installed for the
District Grand Tabernacle, by Bro Charles
H Thompson. D G P W 8 I -
Bro James B Spencer, D G W S.
Sister Lavinia Wilkerson. D G W V S
Bro H B?hlen Pickinpaek, D G W U S
Sis Charlotte C Gadsden, D G W F S
Sis Julia Mathews, D G W Con
Bro George S Holmes, D G W T
Sis Hannah Butler, D G W A Con
Bro Scipio Grant, D G W J S
Bro Aaron H Harper, D G W O S
And, as we, the officers and members, have
? for:ned this thc District Grand Tabernacle, hav
ing jurisdiction over the States of South Caro
lina, North Carolina, and Georgi under the di
rection of Bro C H Thompson, D G P W S.
therefore,
Resolved^ That we will support the General
j Grand Tabernacle, now held in Washington,
D. C., in ail Ks laws, as they are or may here
after be.
So help us. God.
Given under our hands; this 7th day of De
cent)* r. A.D. 1865.
Attest :
CHAS. H. THOMPSON. D.G.P.WS.,
J?S. B: SP?NCKK, D.G.W.S..
, H. BOLDEN PlCKINr.?CK, D.t?.vf.R.S.
Dec 9 lw 10
lion. Chas. Sumner lias prepared an article
for thc Atlantic Monthly, entitled '.Clemency .ind
Common sense"' The following propositions are
laid down as a proper method fdr reorganizing
the rebel States.
I. As a general rule belligerent traitors, who
have battled agaii'.lt the country, must not be
permitted at once without probation or trial to
resume their old places of trust and power.
Such a concession would be clearly against every
suggestion of t omni on sense, and President
Johnson clearly saw it so, when, addressing his
fellow-citizens of Tennessee, ??tlj June, 1804.
he said :'I say that traitors should.take a hack
seat in tiie work of restoration. If there be hut
five thousand men in Tennessee loyal to the
Constitution, loyal to freedom, loyal to justice,
these true and faithful men should control the
work ot reorganization and reformation absolute
ly."
* 2. Especially ar 1 we bound, by every obliga
tion of justice and by every sentiment of honor]
to see to it that belligerent traitors, who have
battled against their country, are not allowed to
! rule the constant loyalists, whether white ot
I black, embracing thc recent freedmen, who have
I been our friends and allies.
3. Let belligerent traitors bc received slowly
and "autiously back into the sovereignty of citi
zenship. It is better that they should wait than
that the general security be imperilled, or our
solemn obligations, whether to the national freed
man or the national creditor, be impaired.
4 Let pardons issue only on satisfactory as
surance that the applicant, who has been engag
ed for four years in murdering our fellow-citi
zens, shall sustain the equal rights, civil and po
litical, of all men, according to the principles o?
the Declaration of Independence; that he shall
I pledge hiniself to 'he support of the nation's debt:
! and Vf Wc be among the large ho ders ot land,
that he shall set apart homesteads for all his freed
men.
Following these simple rules, clemency will bc
\ ft ''Christian virtue, and not a perilous folly "
The Suffrage.
The suffrage question has many aspects. It
is both denied and asserted with equal vehem
ence that political rights are natural rights;
but every American at least must be very wary
how he commits himself to the negative of the
proposition. If governments justly exist by
the consent of the governed, it is ra'hcr difficult
to show that there is no higher claim to a share
in p'oljticai-.power than the consent of those who
already enjoy it. That it may be withheld is
very possible. That it can justly be withheld is
not evident. .
But in tire discussion of impartial suffrage in
the late reSe? States we may descend from the
I heights of abstract right," anti regard the point
as purely one of expediency. ,It,i$ asked, and
fairly enough,whether in the condition of public
opinion in the loyal States, as shown in the
Connecticut refusal of impartial suffrage;'in the
defeat of the same proposition in Wisconsin by
a majority of ten thousand in the popular vote,
while the Union ticket was elected by eight
thousand ;'and in the disabling suffrage laws of
many of the other States, is :. advisable to insist
upon impartial suffrage in the States which are
to be reorganized;' We say this question is
fair and natural enough, but the subject must
be regarded from the point of view of the na
tional welfare.
Thus in a State ?ike Connecticut,' wbich is j
indisputably faithful to the Government, it is j
hot directly essential to the national safety that
the two thousand colon-d men should be allow
ed to* vote. It is a pitiful disgrace to the State ;
bert ft is not essential to the nation, because the
non-voters are so few, and because the political
power remains steadily in patriotic hands. So
also in Wisconsin a*nd other Western States.
But in Georgia or Mississippi the considerations
are very different. In those States the question
of impartial suffrage involves cftrectly the na
tional welfare. The point of inquiry is, wheth
er if political power be intrusted exclusively to
the late rebels with their present disposition,
the State will maintain that intimate and hear
ty relation with the.National Government which
'is indispensable, and whether .the dangers of
impartial suffrage there are not very much.more
than balanced by thpsa^f partial sur?rage ?, . ,.
It is not a question for passion qr rhetoric,
but for the calmest and most thorough deliber
ation.-Harper's Weekly.
NEW ADYEirnSMEMS
A GRAND CONCERT
OF
INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL MUSIC,
AT
ZION CHURCH,
ON
Monday Evening, Dec- 18th, 1865)
At ? VZ o'clock.
FOR TEE BE5EF1T OF TUB ?I8SI0N PfiESBITCSM CBTBC?L
?fc?r. Robert Lord's celebrated Band will take a prom
inent part iii the performance. Mrs. T. W. Cordozo
will preside ac the Piano. Solos, Duets, etc.] will bc
! produced.
The Band and Piano will perform several exquisite
pieces together.
Some of the best known Choruses, Quartets, Du
ets, Solos, etc., will be sung by some of our best
performers, accompanied by the piano.
If it should rain, it will go on thc next fair even
ing.
TICKETS . : TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
To be had at the Store of Mr. T.. W. Cordozo, corner
of Elizabeth and Henrietta Sts.; Mr. It. Howard,
100 Calhoun St.; Mr. Morrison,41 Charlotte St; Mr.
P. Thorne, ? Henrietta St.; Mr. P. Poinsett, H7 Com
ing St.; F. J. Adams : and at the door.
Class No. 1 (Miss Weslon's) of Normal School, con
sisting of eighty misses, will perform several choice
pieces. .
A second Grand Concert will be given by the same
instrumental performers, with some variations, in
behalf of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 1st of
January, 1SGG. Dec 9 w-10
Spark's, Reddy, & Co
HOC E R 6 ,
" x . (East end of Calhoun St.)
BEG leave to inform their friends that they
have on hand a supply of Groceries to mee? thc
requirements of their country customers and friends
generally, and will be happy to reccivo their patro
nage. :
?\v? us a e<jlj j and* we will sell you articles in our
line cheap as cari be obtained at any other place.
Charleston, S. C.j S6r. 24; 1865: tf-U.
R. AND MRS. MORRISON'S SCHOOL
for Men and Women is open from 3 o'clock
till 5, p.m., and tU to (J? in the evening, at the Normal
Schcol, St-Phillip's Sreet. School bocks furnished.
Terms moderate. Nov. 11-tf- (5
MUSIC AND DANCING.
HOPKINS has come again with his usual tunes and
admired airs. He may bo found at his old place,
So.'37 HENRIETTA STREET. Price as usual.
JOHN T. HOPKINS,
A Colored Professor.
CHARLESTON! Oct. 21. im 3
WT ANTED.-Ari elderly Woman, to cook
Vf and wash for two jasons. One who has no
encumbrance of family preferred. Arndv at >\>- 86
Marke t St. . Nov 25 tf 8
V SPLEND FD "ASS 6 RT M E N T OF
JTJL C HOCKE HY for sale cheap at
Nov. 25-6 CARDOZO'S STOKE.
Q9Af. REWARD- The subscriber will pay
^*V/U the above reward to any one whw will
bring to him, orto tliisoffice, his grandchild, of about
five years of age. His father's name was Jacob Mc
Kenzie, and his mother's name was Salina, (by ?he
child called Nena.) The mother was formerly held by
Jacob Barren, of Linton, Ga., and hired ro Dr.
Carr, of Washington co.. Ga. Soon after General
Sherman's army entered Savannah, the mother and
child started for the same place At Winsboro the
, mother was taken sick, and placed the child in charge
i of a gentleman who had but one leg, and who pro
j mised ro take the child to Savannah for her. The
I gentleman's name is unknown ; but if thc .'acts stated
j shall be sufficient to identify thc child, the kindness
i of the one who restores him will ever be remembered
i in addition tu thc above reward being paid.
ISAAC WILLIAMS,
I Nov. 2S-tf 9 50 Wolf St., Charleston, S.C.
!_
i Mechanics' Association.
ARegular Weekly Meeting of this Associa
tion will take place at Bonum-HaH, John St.,
! cvvry Wednesday evening at seven o'clock.
Per order. J NO. C P- DKSYEKNEY, Prcs't!
JAS. MIDDLETON, Secretary.
Officers of the Mechanic Association
John C P. Desverneys, President:
Abraham Simmons, Vice President:
Nathaniel Hill, Treasurer;
Abraham Middleton, Secretary.
Standing Committee- Committee on Charity
J. H. Barron;
W. p. Chase,
Robert Vesey,
Kobert Wells,
B. II, Williams,
J. B. Moultrie,
Alexander Williams,
Kobert Wells;
Stewards.'
j Peter H.Gregorie; Ch'rm'n;
? Joseph Green,
Cummings Ball;
\ti B. Thorn,
B. C. Parsons;
Samuel Porcher!
Nov. 4, lt-5
Richard Montgomery,
Samuel Eraser,
LAWRENCE & FAULKNER,
GENERAL PRODUCE STORE,
180 King Street,
(Below Ilorlback Alley,)
Cliai'leston, C.
.'3m Nov
AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.
Old Eves Made New, without SPECTACLES, DOC
TO li, OK MEDICINE. Pamphlet mailed free on re
ceipt often cents. Address E. B. FOOTE, M.D.,
No. 1130 Broadway, New York.
Nov. ll, 2m-6 "
IKEROSENE OIL, One dollar and hf
V t?en cents bv the gallon, at
Nov. 25- CARDOZO'S CHEAP GROCERY.
H O T?C E.
Application will be made at the next session of thc
! Legislature for an Act to Incorporate thc UNITED
! PIKE COMPANY OF COLORED MEN of the city
i of Charleston, S. C. 3t Oct 21-3
MRS? T. W. CORDOZO
jr3espcctfully announces to her friends that she is
prepared to give
LESSONS ON THE PIANO-FORTE
j At Reasonable Rates.
Residence - Charlotte St., one door cast of Alex
ander Street. Nov. 18-3m-7.
WI G G & C O.,
RESTAURANT,
No. 55 Market Stre?t
Charleston, Sv C.,
Where the Public will always find on hand, or
got up to order, every variety of Dishes
at the shortest notice.
A. R. WlGG. I A. B. WlGG.
f?- Givens a Call, and you will find our Terms mod
erate. Om Oct 21 3
?BE2LP AS ELSEWHERE.
FOR SALE,
Oak and Pine Wood;
A?SO,
CRAVEI ANS BKICK
Apply to
JAS. B. HOWARD,
Factor.
..FAIRCHILD TTHABF, J
Foot OT IrtiOf?lS StjfCCT. j I n>rl
WILLIAM D. PARK,
NO. 7 CENTRAL COURT,
(Near Stimmer street, rear of Jordan, Marsh & Co., and
next door to Andrew's Hall.)
<**9_ BOSTON. ly
F. F. L?GAi\^
, . DEALER IN
Wines, ?qito? and Cigars.
Lots of Choice Old, Bourbon, Bye and Mo
nongahela Whiskey constantly on hand.
CORNER OF DOVER STREET ASD HARRISS ATEME, BOSTON
o~ Dealers and families residing at the South End
will do well to call aud examine our stoclwbefore purchas
ing elsewhere. uov!3tf
DANIEL JOHNSON & CO.,
DEALERS IN
Oak & Hemlock Sole Leather,
FRENCH & ANERICAN CALF SKINS,
WAX, KIP, SPLIT LEATHER ?c,
No. 93 Milk Street,
BOSTON._
DENTALTK?TICE.
NOW is the time for those .v/ho are wearing Artificial
teeth on Gold or Silcer, which tH?y tanh?t'use, to ex
change them tor a set they can use, on the VULCANITE
BASK. Teeth Extracted hv the NITROUS OXIDE, ETHE?
or CHLOROFORM positively icithoiU pain Also, Teeth
tilled, deaned and repaired in the best manner.
E. H. DANIELS,
ITo. 19 Tremont Row, Boston,
l dh
H. C?RRUTH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Ali Descriptions of Manufactured
Tbbaccb, Cigars
?PIPES, Etc.,
NO: 46 HANOVER STREET,
Sign of thc Indian Queen,
Abovb ? BOSTON.
American House, i belaly
Dit. HUNTER'S SU??E REMEDY FOR A SPECIAL
MALADV.-Sent by express or mail .everywhere, in
cloely sealed packages, secure from observation, on re
ceipt of the price bv mail. Price $2-(W per bottle. Ad
dress DR. HUNTER, Lox 8021, Boston Post Uliice. d35
St Charles Exchange,
19 CONGRESS STREET.
OYSTERS ?
SHEDIAC AMD MIRIMICHI,
From Shediac & Mirimichi rivers, in
NEW BRUNSWICK.
r5-NAK-AS-t*-SAIv-TOK,Webi;ck,COX-Y-KE-TOh'E
and Rigolet ts, from the Coast of Labrador. These Oys
ters are caught bv the Indians now residents of that
countrv at o n#?ar the mouth ol' the several rivers eiup
tving iiito he Adantic, from which place they are trans
poned aud planted In our waters, producing as is proved
the finest and best flavored Oyster ever known, not ex
cepting the famous Providence River. These Oysters
are on Sale by Mit. BLISS, at the
St. Charles, 19 Congress Street.
Agents Wanted.
Live agents wanted everywhere.. If you want em
ployment and a good chance tO make mou,oy, send
your address, and receive my circular, free by mail.
B?X.JAMJN W. HITCHCOCK-. K
l-l t 14 Chambers Street, New York.
Every description of Wire-work made to order.
-ALSO
DEALER IN CANARY BIRDS, GOLD FISH
oc30 AND' GLOBES. Sm
I. BARTLETT PATTEN;
Druggist and Apothecary
27 Harrison Avenue,
cc9 . (corner Beach street.)
TO CURE R II ? CM A TI S M .-Add to one half pint'of
hot water a wine-frlass full nf DH. T. P>, TALBOT'S MED
ICATED PINEAPPLE CIDER, and take every fifteen
minutes. Apply hot. wet flannels to the parts affected,
aiid a surf! cure* will follow In a short time.
For sale everywhere,
Ii. T. BABBITT. Sole Agent,
04, 65, CC, C7, C8,70, ll and 74 Washington Street. New York
NEW IDEA.
Thc neatest and most compact article for Smokers*
se, is a newly patented little irena of a Pipe called
The New Idea,'' for Bala hy U. CAR RUT H & CO.,
No. 40 Hanover street. dl8 tf
WILLARD & SMALLEY.
(Late of U. S. Navy.)
JAJRMTX" AJVI> NAVY
Banking & Collection Offices.
20 State St., New York.
Bounties, Commutation of Ilatid.ns for Prisoners of
War, and for Soldiers on furlough.
Prize Money, Bounties, and Ptnsions, secured and
paid. Pay, Accounts, and Allotments cached. No
tary Public and Commissioner of Lceds^
Certificates of Non-indebtedness procured.
All Government Claims promptly adjusted.
Communications hy mail will receive immediate at
tention.
DENTAL CARD.
Dr. J. R. BILLINGHAM,
DENTIST,
No'.' 2? Winter Street, ? ]STON.
With Txceniy-'lwee years experience res advice upon
the diseases of the Teeth, and their* edies, performs
all operations upon thc natural organ, . in a manner to
insure their preservation, and skilfully supplies xirtificial
substitutes.
Oxyd Gas, or Ether,
of absolute purity, administered with unfailing success
and security to the patients.
FIRST CLASS OPERATIONS PERFORMED;.
OFFICE HOU: S FROM 9 A. M. TO 4 P. M.
Vi Winter Street.
G. GBEENLEAF & CO.,
WIRE-WORKERS
NO. 104 COURT STREET,
Wire Cloths. Setting*, Cellar Windon-and
- ar*or Screeds. Bird Cag-es*
Flower Stands,
l'ire genders, Family Articles.
HENJiY PPAFP & CO.,
Brewers of Lager Be?r,
OFFICE NO. 1 FRANKLIN ST./C?R. WA SHINTO'S'
ST., BOSTON.
Lager in Bbls., Halves, Quarters and Sixths ubis ;
also,"in Quart; Pint', and Half-pint hottfes, for Ho
tels and Family use, delivered at any part of the
city, free of es?cnsc. .Orders left as above will bc
punctually attended to
HENRY PFAFF & CO.,
Idh ? Franklin St. corner Washington St.
THE HA.TCtfQXD im.nm, for the
-* cure of Rheumatism, Piles, Neuralgia. Sores,
Bruises, Sprain*, Ac., the best aad cheapest Lini
meat in use. For sale by
I. BARTLETT FATTEN,
octO Dfir^rJst, 97 Harrison avenue.
THE ?MERIC&y LAND COMPANY A?D
? . AGENCY,
~ No. 57 Broa^Way, New York,
>ffers its Agency to owners..of Jand of every descrip
ion especially in the Southern States, and to Nortli
rn and European capitaliste, emigration societies
nd conductors t>f emigration, and to individuals,
farmers, mechanics and others,) desirous of trans
erring their labor and skill to tl? South*
It designs to .aid, through the means offered by a
entrai office in New York, and its branches elsewhere,
o the great work of the social and econotnjcal reor
aniaation of the South, by bringing together the
iwners of plantations and farms seeking purchasers
nd industrial development on the one hand, Jvi.th
hose who command the capital and labor and skill on
he other hand. It will devote itself to the work rf
ccumulating and methodizing information and stat
Ptics, useful for those who may, on grounds of pecu
liar)' profit, of bus'ness enterprise, of patriotism or
?hilanthropy, desire to contribute, through the reor
ganization of industry, to the material means by
rhjcbjthe South can be restored, its people of every
?ndition made prosperous men and good citizens ;
nd its communities brought to take their share in
iromotiag the welfare .of the whole country.
The company proposes ta interest the enterprise and
noney of the country in the opportunities and means
br their useful and profitable employment, afforded
>y the broad lands of the South now open for, the first
ime to free labor, but whose: owiiers and occupiers
ire suffering from the waste pf war.
It invite? the attention pf the public, and is prepared
o enter immediately on the transaction of business.
The officers are : - . . i
JOHN A. ANDREW, President, )
E. HO VYE, Vice-Preside
PRANK E. HO VYE, vice-President and s1
General Agent North, y ~
LOCKE W. WINCHESTER, Treasurer, ?
GEOKGE CABO I1 WARD, 2
ALFRED GAIT HER, J '
. M. N. WISEVYELL, General Agent South.
, OFFICE, ROOMS il Asb ?2,
57 Broadway, New York.
yet. 21-:3t 3
ROBERT STEVENS,
FAMILY GROCERY,
444 King Street,
Wishes to call the attention of the public to his fine
stock of goods. They will always lind a large assort
ment on hand, which will bc sold as reasouable as at
my other house in the city. Give us a call, and see the
dock. Prompt attention paid to all.
2 Oct. 14. tf.
T. W. CARDOZO & CO.,
Cheap Family Groceries,
CORNER HENHIETTA AND ELIZABETH STS.,
Wholesale and Retdtt,
r. W. C. has on hand.a .full enppjy of.Choicest Gro
ceries at reasonable fates. Our facilities for purchas
ing goods direct fsom New York will enable us to sell
is cheap as the wholesale houses in th*; city. Orders
from the country arid city filled promptly.
Several crates of.carefully selected Crockery, and
Groceries, have just arrived per steamers Granada
and Quaker City. All cheap for cash".
:imos. Oct! ll.
Ransier and Farrar.
4=60 King St. 3 Doors above
?Xolm.
HAVE Constantly on hand a fine assortment of
Groceries and Fancy goods. From us the pub
Hc4*an-be supplied with the'choicest teas, sugar, can
fruits, butter, lard and iiouf of the very best quali
ties, also meats in pickle from the Northern Markets
by weekly steamers. Here can also be found the cele
brat ed Trenton Crackers r. J* quantities to suit pur
chasers. All those who are . fond of getting up nice
parties will do well to give us a call before purchas
ing elsewhere.
N. B. Our prices arc as Reasonable as any in the
City.
O'HEAR & FENWICK,
Factors and Commission Merchants.
Having erected a Tress on Derecfs Wharf (near N.
E. Depot.) we are prepared to Bale, rebale and Pick
broken and damaged Cottons. Ali cottons received
will be attended.to with despatch.
We triist, from long experience, to give general
satisfaction.
S. O'HEAR, < . : . , C. FENWICK.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Oct., 7th, 15G5.
FERRY DAVIS'
VEGETABLE
PAIN KILLER.
VyE BEG tb CALL . THE ATTENTION
* * of thc public to this long tested and un*
rivalled
FAMILY MEDICINE.
The Painkiller is a purely vegetable compound, and
whjle it K a most efficient remedy for pain, it is, a
perfectly safe medicine eveii in tho most unskilful
hands , ?.
t FOR SUMMER COMPLAINT,
or any other form of bowel disease in children or
adults ; it is an almost certain cure, and ha? without
doubt been more successful in curing the various
kinds of
CHOLERA
than any ether known, remedy, or even the most skil
ful physician. In India.tAfrica, .and. China, where
this dreadful disease is ever more or less prevalent;
thc
Pain Killer
is considered by the natives, as well as European re
sidents in those climates,
A SURE REMEDY.
As a Tonic for tue Stomach, it is unrivalled. A
few doses will relieve severe cases of
I ISTDlGrESTION,
and it is often a perfect cure for
Dyspepsia
in its most aggravated forms.. Its tonic and stimu
lating properties, arousing the system to vigorous
action, render it a most effectual cure for .
COLDS. AND. COUGHS,
when used according to direction?.
. For external application, it is"unsurpassed by inf
medical preparation known. - .- -
RHEUMATISM;
and Neuralgic Affections, are quickly relieved and
often cured by it. Any Soreness, in the Muscles pr
Joints can bc relieved by its application, lt cures
instantly the most violent ,
.. Toothache.
It should always be kept near at hand, to be used
in cases of severe
BURNS OR SCALDS.
If applied immediately, according to directions, it
will give instant relief, and prevent blistering.
BlRi\li\G OF THE MUSEUM
LETTER FROM MR. BARNUM.
NEW YORK, July 14, 1865.
Messrs. Herring b Co.
GKXTLEMEX-Though the destruction of the Ame
rican Museum has proved a serious joss to myself ano!
the public. I am happy to verify the old adage, that,
\\D's an ill wind that blows nobody go'bd/' and. con
sequeirtly, congratulate you that vo?r well?fcnowt
safes have again demonstrated their superior fire
proof qualities ju a,n, ordeal Of unusual severity.
The safe yonipade for mc some time ago was in UM
office of,the Museum, on the second floor, back par!
of the building, arid in th? hottest of the fire.
After twentyTfoiir hpucfeof triaFfe wa? found smov.t
the debris, aita on bpeiiing?it this day tas vielded uj
its contents in very good order-books, papers,poli
c?es of insurance bank bills, all in condition for im
mediate use, and a-noble commentary ?a thc trust
worthiness ot Herring's Fire-Proof Safes.
Truly yours, . .
r. T, BARNUM.
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFES
The most reliable protection from fire nA? known.
Herring & Co.'s Patent Bankers' Safes, with Her
ring & Floyd's Patent Ciystalized Iron, the best se
curity against a burglar's drill ever manufactured.
HERRING & CO.,
No. 251 Broadway, cor. Murray St., New York
FARREL, HERRING & CO., Philadelphia.
. . HERRING <fc CO., Chicago'.
6mos Nov I-5
Fairbanks & Beard,
--IN
ALE, PORTER, CID?R;
Mineral Water ?nd Soda.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
MILES'S ?CROTON ?LEr
Sm ??30
Steam Job Printers,
at the old ?it#b!iih?d
J. H. & T. f. FAR WELL PRINTING f
ESTABLISHMENT
Hare unequalled facilities for furnishing
POL?TICA t
Posters and Handbills
Their wood cut? embrace many appropriate designs fov
the present eaaapaifn. with excellent portraits of the ri
rai candidates. : ' ' ' . . '
By aid o? their steam presses they are prepared to ex*
execute alL orders entrusted to them with the ?r?ttess
promptness and <Je***tch; whilst their prices will he
found as TOod*r*t?"?s^e times wm adnilt. i
Order by mail, telegraph or eapress meet wita prompt
attention.
F?fweli & IVl'Grlenen.,
i 12 WASHINGTON ST.i ??OSTON. dh
Removal ! Removal !
WILLIAM B. MAY,
STOCK BR?KER,'
Has Removed from No. 9 State Street,'
-TO
7 Congress street and 2 Confre?s ?quare.
BOSTON.
Government Securities of all Descriptions
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
AH kinds of Stocks Bought and Sold
AT TBCJB BROKEB8' BOARD.'
?"Orders by mall promptly att*ndtd to._1 dh
Dr. Mattiaon'i Sur# Sem??ies
.... -POE -
S3 P EC i A. Ii M A L ADIES.
TT-Sent by Express everywhere, in closely sealed pack,
age* see** re fro* Observationen receipt of-tn?, price by
mail, ir Circalars, giving full information, taVft undoubt
ed testimonials ; also A Pamphlet qn Sp?cial.Maladiesp
tnt fri?, by enclosing one stamp, directed to DR. PATTI
SON, PROVIDENCE, R. L nrSm
LEAYITT SEWING MACHINE COMPANY/
MANUFACTURERS OF IMI'ROVE?
SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINES;
Originally Established in 1853.
Gel tile Best.-The Best is the Cheapest.
The Stitch will not Bip( or Ravel, and is alike on
both sides. .
STRAIGHT NEEDLE, WORKING TERTICALLT.
These machines are manufactured hy authority of
a license from ELIAS HOWE, Jr., (and others) th?
original inventor of Sewing Machines, and embody*,
all the essential prinefplca of his invention, to which
are added several valuable improvements* important
to the perfection of Sewing Machines, secured exclu
sively to this Company by ample patents.
THE FAMILY MACHINE
ls superior, in all the qualities of a practically useful
domestic machine, to any orhc. ; yet presented ta
the public. It is simple and durable in construction,
working without noise, or fatigue to thc operator;
using,. with, equal facility, silk, cotton, or linen
thread, in att varieties ot family sewing, from the
lightest muslin.to theJieaviest cloth.
They are made 4u every, variety of finish, to meet
the wants anft tastes of al!- The faithful friend of
the hard-working .seamstress.; the-elogaa*, useful
ornament ol the lady's boudoir, and the one indis
pensable thing to a well-kept house.
THE MANUFACTUR? NC M?CHINE,
For Tailors, Coach and Harness Makers, Coot and.
Shoe Manufacturers, Rubber Goods,&c, &c, performs
more and better work than any ether.
, Especial attention is called to recent IMPROVE -
JLENTS in thc machines, particularly important in rhe
marinfacture of Boots and Shoes ; among which is tho
fact that a ?mailer needle can bc used that by any,
other, the value of which will at once bc appreciated*
Particular attention has beeu devoted to this branch
of manufacture, and,jt is conceded, with unrivalled
success, especially for Shoe Binding, and Fine Stitch
ing on Patent Leather.
The Company flatter themselves that the result of
twelve years'experience in the manufacture of Sew -
ing Machines enables them to present a machine poa-,
sessing all thc qualities of a first-class machine, to
greater extent than any other.in, the world... , w <
Information in regard to the machiues can 'oe had
! by applying to ?* ..
T. HURLEY,
CHARLESTON, S. C
ceo.* L: STEARNS & co.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Patent
IMPROVED LEAD PIPE
Pure Bloch Tin Pipe and Sheet Lead,
ALSO, DEALERS IX
PIC AND BAR LEAD,
COPPER AND IRON PUMPS,
HYDRAULIC RAMS, AC *
129 Milk Street,
fc?Sff*j_BOSTON
JEWELS^
EMBLEMS; BADGES, ETC;
THF ATTENTION OF
. - _ m *
<-) #
Masons, Masonic Lodges, Chapters, Corni
cils, Encampments, etc.,'
is called
to our large and and carefully assorted stock of alt
MASONIC GOODS;
REGALIAS,
JEWELS, E3IBLEM?J; ETC
Constantly on hand, or made to order at the shortest no
tice, and in the best manner.
CURTIS SL WQO?S8ft?
32 CO???T g?TBiaST; B.8?TOTr 3*
i di - . . .
, , NOTICE.
Just the thing for a Holiday Present
Our splendid Picture, entitled
TRIAL AND SENTENCE OF ?t?felST,'
Is now readyior delivery. The picture ?epresenta our
Saviourjn(>ourt with a circle of jurors around him at
^tS^f/J?^fe %ntta* T* PrononncC tl"
aOT?^ him? UtWs 5 ?Tvonut
PRICE OXJLY $2$ A COPY,
sent on receipt of price.
J- H- CISS &SOA>V
PUBLISHERS,
^ Washington and Federal Sfr?etsf
IDU BOSTON*,

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