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VOL. I....NO. 64.
CHARLESTON, S. C, THURS?AY, OCTOBER 26, 1865.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
Meeting of the State
NEW YORK M?RKETS.
CONVENTION OF NEGROES IN INDIANA.
Important Action of Western
Ac, <kc., ?to.
The State Legislature.
(jPXCIAX? DI8TAT0H TO THE DAILZ NEWS.]
Columbia, Ootober 26.?Both Houses mot to?day at
the Collego Chapol, and Col. F. J. Moses was elected
Presldont pro ?m, and Gonoral W. E. Mabtin Olork of
Tho House elected Hon. A. P. Ai_nio_ Spoaker, and
?J. T. Sloan Clork.
Mr. Simonton gave notice of a bill for fixing' the elec
tion for Membors of Congress.
The Governor's Mcssago will bo sont in to-morrow.
Nrw Yoax, Ootober 25, 1.80 P. M.?Cotton linu at 68c.
<3)59c. for Middling. Flour unchanged. Wheat ad
vancing, and firmer. Corn, Beef and Pork steady. Lard
hca%T- Whisky firmer.
Cincinnati, October 25.?Tho colorod people of In
ilini;? met in Convention at Indianopolls yoatorday;
ono hundred and fifty dolcgatos pro sent.
A Convention of grain dealers of the Western market,
was held on Iho 22d proximo, to break down the ex
cessive rates now charged on grain shipments East.
Col. F. J. Moses has been elected to tho Senate from
Sumtor, without opposition, and Mossrs. A. A. Gilbert,
J. T. Green, and J. H. Btchardson, to tho House Of Rep
Gen. J. B. Kershaw has boon elected Sonator, and
Messrs. W. Z. Lcitner and W. L. DePaas Representatives
from Kershaw Bistrict, withput opposition.
Dauunoton.?Below will bo found a statement, show
ing the vote of each candidato in tho late oleation, which
resulted as foUows :.
James L. Orr.320 votes
Wade Hampton.263 votes
W. D. Porter.7.6G7 votes
E. W. Oharloa.?301 votes
D. C. Milling.635 votes
F. F. Warloy..". .308 votos
J, B. Coker.381 votes
Yobe District.?Tho following is the reaidt in this
Senator.?G. W. WUUams.
Representatives.?Vf. C. Black, A. S. Wallace, Joet Rol
Uson.'and A. B. Springs.
Chester District.? Senulor_Jamos HomphlU.
Representatives.?MeBsrs. House anil Walkor.
Counsel fbom ah Old Man.?Conclude?? a ofinaol? in
relation to negro equality, the Rev. Dr. Bbeoeinbidob
"That any State, left to ttsolf, wiU ever bestow suffrage
on a mass of bIuvcs of a different race; suddenly set free
by a paramount authority, and nearly cepial in numbor
to tho rest of Its Inhabitants, is an event that will hardly
bo witnessed In this world. That in any State whore
alavory never existed, or whore it has long ceased to ox
ist, a white race, both cultivated and predominant, will
ever givo suffrage of its own accord to a black raco resi
dent with it, equal to itself in numbor and greatly be
neath it in civilization, is an event contrary to tho com
mon judgment of mankind, and wholly improbablo in
Itself. Nor if tho rotativo position of the parties waa ox
actly reversed, would tho result be. different. Because
tho Instincts of mankind aro more permanent by far
than the ??prices of onthualasm, and wiBer by far than
the extreme conclusions of delusive theories or of party
spirit. Secured In tho great gift of freedom, protected
in tho rights of person and tho rights of property, foui
million r of slaves.of a different race will have received
H God continues to smile on our endeavors?an instal
ment of'blcsslngs indefinitely rioh. Let those blessings
he enjoyed and improved, not wasted and risked in the
agitation of demands which have no foundation in roa
son, in experience, or in public necessity, and which arc
attended with many perils and no hope of true succeas.'
Spain.?Tho cholera! tho cholera! is-the ono long,
terrible cry of agony from nearly every part of the
Queen's home dominions. At Seville, Alicante, Malaga,
Pampelnna, and Madrid, its ravages are horrible, but ii
is at Valent?a, in Andalusia, that the most ostoundinr.
slaughter has resulted?no loss than 16,000 persons hav
ing been swept off in a fow days. At Palma, in the island
of Majorca, tho docaylng bodies of both men and women
encumber tho houses for lack of hands to bury them?
well-nigh all the inhabitant? having fled. At Barcelone
all the shops are shut, and the Inhabitants, impelled tc
folly by their fears, endeavor to escape even beyond the
' Fronen frontler, where, alaa 1 tho dreaded Death stalkf
beforo them as fearful as where they loft it. Buslnosi
and politics alike arc dumb in the presence of such ter
Railroads and t?ie Maim.?Wo are gratified to lean
from Mr. John B. Erwin, tho President of tho King'*
Mountain Railroad Company, that on and after Monda}
next there thoro will bo a daily train run over his road
from and to GuthriesviUe, seven miles bolow Yorkvllle
He informs us that through the indcfatigablo energy o
Mr. Edward Thomas, tho Superintendent, tho rolilni
stock which has so long blocked up tho lower end of thi
road haa been removed, bo tout trains can now bo rui
through to the Chester depot. Arrangements have als;
been porfected for furnishing our Citizens with a dalh
Some unquestionable cases of cholera have occurre?
at Southampton. England. The first casc%pcodliy prov
ed fatal It will be remombered that Southampton l.
in close and constant communication with the eitlen o?
the Mediterranean, where tho cholera prevails, and tha
Hew York is in like communication with Southampton
The English papers are full of warnings.
J83- CONSTITUTION WATER.? GON8TIT?TI01
WATER, the only known remedy for Diabetes, Btono h
be Bladder, Calcul us, Gravel, Brick Dust Deposit, an<
Mucuouh or Milky Dischargea, Irritation of the Bladdor
Inflammation of the Kidnoy, Catarrh of the Bladder.
Tha astonishing aucceas which has attended this in
valuable medicino render? it the most valuable ono ove
?Uflcov?red. No language can convoy an adequate idei
of the immediate and almost miraculous change whicl
it occasionn to the debilitated and ?battered system. Ii
fket it stands unrivalled aa a remedy for tho permanen
cure of the maladie? above-mentioned, and also DIABE
TES, IMPOTENOY, LOSS OP MOSOTJLAR ENERGY
PHYSICAL PROSTRATION, INDIGESTION, GLEET
and evory disease any way connected with tho dlsordo
Porsons, If conscious of any weaknoas, should take thi
CONSTITUTION WATER; whether broken down by ox
oeas, weak by nature, or impaired by etlokncss, the un
strung and relaxed organization _ at once rebraced, re
vlvl?od and built up. Well may thi? celebrated re_cd>
be called tho MEDICAL WONDER.
Tho stooping, trembling vlotim of depression and de
blllty becomes a new man; he atando erect, he move*
with a firm step; his mind, which was previously mm]
in gloota of an almost Idiotic apathy, become? brigh
rand active, and he goes forth regenerated, conscious o
now vigor. The medicino reaches tho constitution iUelf
and restore? it to its normal condition.
For these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy, an.
tco much cannot be said in its praise. A single dose h_
boon known to relieve tho most urgent symptoms. Trj
it In these cases, and you will give your praise to CON
MALES OR FEMALES, ? -a you troubled with thatd_
treasing pain in the small ( the back, and through youi
hips? "Constitution Wat*, 'will relieve you liko magic
For sale-by all Druggists. Price SI.
1 W. H. URKGO k CO., Proprietors.
MORGAN k ALLEN, General Agents, No. 46 Olifl
.?treet, New To**, l ?mo T7^ ' ' September 28
I S-\/-\ BBLS. EXTRA AND SUPER FLOUR
1\JU 100 sacks Liverpool Ground Salt
200 boxoa Horrlnga, Scaled and No. 1
60 kits New Moclicrol, Nos. 1 and 2
40 half bbls. Mackorel, Nob. 1 and 2
16 packages choice Butter
15 paekagos No. 1 Lard
10 bbls. "C" and Yellow Sugar
5 bbls. Powdered and Crush Sufsr
60 boxes Adamantino Candlcn
20 boxes Layor Raisins
20 choBts Groon and Black Ton %
50 boxes Soda, Sugar, and Lemon Crackers
20 coils Manilla Ropo
6 colls Hemp, Stoam Packing
20 koga Cut Nails
50 M. Segar?, of aU gradea, O
AMD A BI'LKNDID ASSORTMENT OF
WINES, LIQUORS, ALE, PORTER, CIDER, ?kc.
For sale low by. HELTON Si CO.,
October 26 8 No. 167 MEETING-STREET,
OK M SEGARS OF THIS OHOIOE BRAND, THE
_/O cheapest and boat over brought to this market.
For salo by HI?TON Si CO.,
TJctobor 26 thstuG No. 167 MEETINQ-STRBHT.
1 <r BA08 PRIME RIO COFFEE
l_ 16 boxes Ground "Rublo Mills."
For Balo by HILTON Si CO.,
Octobor 20 tham3 No. 157 MEETING-STREET.
ST f\/-\ LBS. ASSORTED, OF SUPERIOR QUALTTY.
DUVj For sale by HILTON & CO.,
Ootobor 26 thsm8 No. 157 MEETO-TO-STREET.
A f\ BOXES CHOICE FAMILY 80AP
_- \J 20 boxes N. Y. Magical Soap
20 gross Toilet Soaps, assorted.
For salo very low, by HILTON <_ CO.,
Octobor 20 thsmS No. 167 MEETING-STREET.
C\f\ K.KGS, ASSORTED SIZE8.
?\J For sale very low, by
HILTON Si CO.,
October 2G tham3 No. 157 MEETING-STREET.
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOORS,
Bookseller and Stationer,
No. 285 KING-STREET,
OFFERS FOR SALE A LARGE COLLECTION OB
?CIIOOX., THEOLOGICAL AND MTSflELLANB
OUS BOOKS, Cap, Letter and Note PAPERS, Blent
Books, Ink, Ac.
Teachers will bo furnished on liberal terms, and Coun
try Merchants supplied at the lowest market prices.
Octobor 2C th
DR. WM. T WRAGG,
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
No. 31 East Battery.
October 26 thfltu.6*
ROBERTSON, BLACKLOCK & CO.
Factors and Commission Merchants.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ALEXANDER U.0BEHT8ON.JOHN F. BLAOXLOOX
EDWARD N. THDB8TOM.
October 26 lmo
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, COMMISSION,
General Collecting Agent,
OFFICE No. 51 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C,
HAS RESUMED B?SjTNESS, AND SOLICITS TH1
confidence of his friends and former patrons
heretofore so extensively bestowed.
Strict poraoual attention given to the purchase ane
sale of REAL ESTATE, Stocks, Bonds, Foreign Ex
chango. Government and Personal Securities, Merchan
dise, Ac, exclusively on commlslon.
Out-door Sales at Auction promptly executed.
Agencies and Consignments of Merchandise solicited.
Houses Rented, Rents and Accounts collected, a
Advances on property placed In hands for salo.
October 20 lmo
H. T. PETERS,
U. S. Licensed Lottery,
AOENT FOB TUB MANAOEKH OF THE DKLAWAHE, KEN
TDOKY AND MISSOURI STATE LOTTEBIE8,
OFFICE No. 30 (IUEEV-STREET.
Combination?Three number plan draws every day.
Havana plan Lottery draws the last day of every month
Whole ilckotfj, $10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2.60; Eighths
$1.25. Addrcus . H. T. PETERS, Ne, 3? (Jucen-aY,,
October 1? lmo Or Key Box hi P. O.
A. UVAKT??Y OS1
B E E 8 W A. X .
Address B. _. 4 CO.,
October V *? Office Daily News, Charleston, H. O.
ROSIN and T ?R_ ENTINE
ran manmr c\kaa prices will bb paid foi
MOSE* OOLBSMITU Si SON'S,
October tt / lmo Wo, ? Fendue Bange.
WHITE LEADS ZINCS
COLORS, DRY AND IN OIL.
LINSEED, RAW AND BOILED
LARD, WHALE, SPERM
TANNERS, OF ALL GRADES
KEROSENE, IN CANS AND BARRELS.
ENGLI8H COACH BODY
* JAPAN, BRO \SN AND BLACK.
FRENCH AND AMERICA),'
SINGLE AND DOUBLE THICK.
PAINT, DUST, SCRUB
FLOOR, SfREET, &c.
STAND. HANJ), HALL
STORE, , HOUSE
With all FUturos, fluch aa diimncve, Burnore, ?kc.
OF ALL SI2ES.
RAILROAD TRACK COUNTER
RAILROAD ?DEPOT FAMILY
COAL 1UT0HER8, Ac
PLATFORMS OF ALI SIZES
From -00 to 4000 IbB.
FIRE, BURGLAR & DAMP PROOS
THE ONLY SURE PROTECTION FROM FIRE
3S~o. 335 King-Street
?CORNER OP KING AND LIBERTY-STREETS,
HA8 JU8T RECEIVED ?500 DOZEN HOOP SKIRT?
wblch he will sell only at WHOLESALE at tb
lowest Now York prices. Dealers please pay attentio
to the above. F. HERSHFELD,
No. 395 King-at., corner King and Llborty-ste.
October 28 3*
MRS. A. TANLUNS?N.
OYER HART'S HARD WABE STOB-,
S. E. Corner of King and Market-street?
INFORMS HEB FRIENDS, AND THE PUBLI
generally, that sbo has resumed her former bus
ncss, at the above stand, and invites them to coll on
examine her Btook of NEW AND BEAUTIFUL WINDOW
SHADES, Papor Hangings, Tassels, Fixtures, Mattrei
aes, and every article usually found in an Upholsterin
establishment, wblch sho offers at prit?s to suit _
times. From her knowledge and long experience of tl
business, she fuels assurod of being able to give the u
most 8attsfactlon. mtb?I- October 28
AMERICAN LAND COMPANY
Central Office, No. 57 Broadway, N. T.
JOHN A ANDREW, President,
FRANK E. HOWE, Yioe Preeid?nt,
L. W. WINCHESTER, -roasurtr, Trustees.
GEORGE CABOT WARD,
OFFERS ITS REBVIOEa IN THE PUB0HA8B. SAU
LEARE OB EXCHANGE of Oitj or Country Pr
perty in the South and West; or in prcouring Workmei
8upor_itond?*-_ta, Tenants, or Partnora from the Norl
?W from Europe. Fidl information furnished upon ii
quiry of THUBBBB, BOULE _ CO., Agont?,
No. i State-street (up-stoire),
Oetobor M_imo?_Charleston, 8. O.
NOTICE OF BEMpVAL.
THE 8UB8CBIBERS BEaPEOTFULLY INFOR]
tholr friends and the public, that they have r
moved to the well-known Planing Mill premisos an
Lumber Yard of Mr. H?_nrr Ci__k, FOOT OF BEAI
FAIN-STREET. Thoy ore receiving a good supply an
wlU bo pleased to sorve "* V.
LUMBER, of all desoriptions
CEMENT, LIME, LATHS, Ao?
_ _ DOORS, BASHES. BLINDS, *
On hand, a lot of tho best PATENX ROOFING fc
salo at manufacturer's prices.
ter AGENT'S FOR PAGE'S PORTABLE SA>
STEINMEYER & SON.
O-otobe**-17 .. tutha
__. _. _. ALLAN k BIDDON8.
September M Ko. 107 Klng-stnrwt.
A HARD TIMES A
ARE UPON US I ECONOMY, THEREFORE, SHOULD
bo practiced by everybody In all things.
In the HAT LINE Stef.lk watches tho Interest of the
pooplo. Ho has Hats at $1 to $8. Men's and Boy's
Caps, CO cents to $3. Llttlo Children's Caps, CO cents
to $5. Valises and Traveling Bags, $2.20 to $4.60.
Leather Fronts and Straps for Caps. 0
OctoborlO^ th2 KINO. OPP. SOCIETY-STREET.
H O S I E R _" ,
ff)*r CARTOONS WHITE, BLACK AND COLORED
?iO TAFFETA RIBBONS
25 cartoone Black and Whito Bonnot Ribbons
20 cartoons Fancy Bonnet Ribbons
200 dozen Ladies' "vThllo Cotton Hoso
200 dozen Gent's Brown Half Hoso
100 dozen Ladlea' and Gent's Gloves
60 dozen Gent's Merino Yeats
Prints, DoLainos, Bleached Longcloths.
Received per Steamer Alhambra, and for salo by
W. T. B?RGE & CO.,
NO. 2 HAYNE-STREET.
Immediately opp. Moasrs. G. W. Wl_tarns k Co.
At No. 210 KING-STREET,
WEST SIDE, ONE DOOB SOUTH OF MARKET-ST.,
Has opened a Choice Assortment of
WHICH HE OFFERS TO MAKE UP TO ORDER
in tho BEST 8TYLE, at modorato prices. Offers
them also for sale by the yard.
A flresh supply received of thoso SUPERIOR FITTING
SHIRTS. Also, COLLARS of aU styles. NECK TIBS,
CRAVATS, NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, MERINO SHIRTS,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
AN ASSORTMENT OF FINE CLOTHING CON
STANTLY KEPT ON HAND. 3 October 2*
NO. 159 MEETING-STREET,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
CLOTHS AND C_SSU-ER.ES
BLANKETS AND FLA.N1VELS
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
DELAINES AND PRINTS
PLAIN AND PLAID LINSEYf
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS
BROWN Si BLEACHED SHIRTINGS
SATINETS AND KERSEYS
TICKS AND STRIPES.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
SCARFS, SHAWLS, <1
Sontags and Nubias.
A COMPLETE STOCK OP
TO WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTENTIOl
OF THE TRADE.
CLOTH IN G!
dealer in clothing
NO. ICI MEETING-STREET,
HAS OPENED A
Foil Assortment of
FALL AND WINTEI
Of All Qualities
From long oxporionco in ?ho Luaiuoaa in thi
City, and thia houso being a branoh of one of tho
LARGEST CLOTHING HOUSES
in New York, and tho Stock being got np oxpreai
to supply the wanta^of '
I feel confldonfthoro is nothing wanting to.
Pleas^ the /-purchaser.
I will soil Iheao Gooda &t ' '
New York Prices.
CALL AND EXAMINE-THE STOCK AND
THE FIXTURES OF A STORE FOR SALE, 8UITABLB
for DRY OOODS. GROCERY or DRUGS. Apply at
this Office_ 3*_ October 26
WASHINGTON RACE COURBET
Safcirdoy, October 28th, 8 P. BL .
MILE HEATS. ALL AGES?CATCH WEIGHTS.
$30 Entrance 3 mako the Race. Second Horse
SBToa his entrance money.
Jennet enters.B. M. "EMMA"
Leecntore .G. M "KATE GRAY"
TT-lny ontom.8. G. "GUYAB CUTIS"
Hawthorne enters.........O.a. "UNION BILLY"
?Rages will run to the Track on tho day of the Races.
Admittance to tho Stand, 25 con ts. No vehicle allowod
on tho Track. 4 October 28
FOn LIVERPOOL, VIA NKW YORK.
"THE MERCHANTS' LINE OF FIRST
CLA8S SAILING PACKETS," VIA NEW
YORK. Take Frolght to Liverpool.
Shippers of Cotton and other produce from
the interior of Bout h Carolina and Georgia can have their
consignments to me forwarded, freo of commission, by
tho above lino. Only actual charges made. AU Railroad
Freight and other charges advanced sblppors.
Freights to Now Yorlc and engagements to Liverpool
made at lowest rates by sailing BbTps or Steamers. Pro
Bent rates to Liverpool, by ship, )i to 5-32 penny; steam
or, 7-1? to Ja penny-"?aU compressed.
Tho B. N. HAWKINS, of this Lino, is now loading.
Capacity 1000 bales Cotton, or 4G0O bbls. Flour.
For Freight engagements, apply to the agent at
?dbarlcston, 8. 0. WILLIAM ROACH,
North cor. East Bay and Boyco - Co.'a South Wharves.
Agents at Now York?N. L. McCREADY k CO., No. 36
Advances mado on consignments of Cotton to SPOF
FORD, TILE8TON k CO., Now-York, or through them
to their _'lends in Liverpool.
September 26* 1 tuthsl3
FOR LIVERPOOL.? THE! IIIll
*TI8H Bark "ECHO," Captain John Vibert, has
>a portion of her <_rgo roady, and will have all
For Freight, apply to GIBBE8 k CO.,
Octobor 21 _Adgor's South Wharf.
POR LIVERPOOL?THE A 1 BBE
MEN bark CASILDA, B?hmer master, having
>a lar jo portion of her cargo engag<xl, will meet
with quick dispatch. For freight, apply to
C. O. WITTE,
Oatobcr 19 corner East Bay and N. Atlantic wharf.
POU LIVERPOOL.?THE BRIT
ISH bark JOHN RICHARDS, ,Capt. L. C. GOTJ
DKv, has half bcr ??rgo engaged, and will re
ceive immediate dispatch. For Freight apply
to R. Q. PIN0KNEY.
October 1C No. 7 Vandcrhorst's Wharf.
FOR SALE, THE SCHOONER ELI
ZA, as she now" stands at Bennett's Rice Mill,
iKast Ray. Her capacity is about 2200 bnshola
Rice. Apply to . CART k KOPFF.
October 23 Corner of East Baz and Vernon-sts.
FOR NEW YORK?MERCHANT'S
REGULAR LINE.?WILL 8AIL EARLY NEX.T
WEEK.?Tho superior and flrut-class Schooner
ENCHANTRESS, Blatchford Master, Is uow
ready to receive cargo, at Adgcr's North Wharf.
For boUnco of Freight, apply at tho Agunt*s oiuco.
WILLIAM ROAOH; -
Corner East Bay and Boyco's South Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK?STAR LINE ?
FIBST VESSEL_Tho Al fast sailing Packst
Schooner MOTT BEDELL, Captain Simons?-?,
111 leave forth?? abovii port Saturday, tho Vl?t'J
Inat For Freight or Passage, apply to
D. J. 8TURG?S,
October 25 No. 16 Yendtae Raag*.
FOR NEW YORK.
TnE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINB
OF FIR8T-CLASS STEAMSHIPS :
GRANADA, I Q.UAKER OIT Y,
ALHAHBRA, ] ANDALUSIA.
WILL LEAVE BROWN _ GO.'S WHARF, THURS
DAY, 26th of October at 11A.M., precisely.
For Freight or Passage, having HANDSOME AC
COMMODATIONS, apply to
RAVENEL - CO., Agente,
South com? of East Bay and Vand?rhorat'a "Wharf.
" ^ ^.New York and Charleston
PE0PL_?S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leavin-? each Port every -iternate Thursday.
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. 80UB_*A__
Gait. B. W. Lookwood.
C?ft. C. P. Ma_n_UK
THESE 8TEAM8HIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUOB
MENT TO 8HIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen
gers, with tablea supplied by every luxury tho New York
and Charleston markets ean, afford; and for aafety, speed
and comfort are -unrivalled on tho coast.
THE NEW STEAMSHIP
OAPT. O. P. MARBHMAN,
Win leave Accommodation Wharf on Thursday, Ootobw
36th, at Ele von o'clock, A. M. precisely. / - ,.
For Freight or Passage apply at tho offloe of the Agenta,
WILLIS k OHI80LM, .
October 21 - North Atlantlo Whart
Down Town Book-Store,
MEMORANDUM BOOKS, LETTER PRE8SE8,
DAY BOOKS, NOTE, LETTER, CAP,
JOURNALS, LEDGERS, BILL, LEGAL, RECORD ?
CASH BOOKS, AND ENVELOPE PA
RECORD BOOKS. MB. _
RKOEIPT BOOKS. NOTE, LETTER AND OF- ,.
0OPYTNG BO0K8, FICIAL ENVELOPES.
With a complote assortment of
Q"uill, Steel and. ?GVold. Pens,
PENCIL CASES, PEN-HOLDERS,
AlfO HVXKZ VABIKTT OP
OFFICE AND SCHOOL STATIONERY.
ENGLISH POOKBT KNIVES, PQOKRT WALLETS
CASH AND pKED BOXES. BANKERS' OASES.
SCHOOL BOOKS IN GREAT VARIETY.
SCHOOL AND ?OO SLATES,
By tho Oase, Dozen or Singlo One,
CHEAJP' PUBLICATIONS JN GREAT VARIBTT?
' ENGLISH TOT BOOSTS. ' ' ' T/ ,?
Tho above, with 'many Arttolea in my ?Una, ara oflbre? > - * - J"\
\^ 8. O. ?DOURTElfAY,
Ootob-r 18 No. t Broad-atreat.
OLD REW8PAPEHg, LARGE AND SB! ALL
8_eota, Northern and Southern, at 90 and SO cents
par hundred, at this Offloe. Octobor 10