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OIBIM* DAILY NEWS,
O. B. CATHCART, ED-TOB,
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
Ko. ?B IIAYNE STREET.
TO NEWS DEALERS..-..?.
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Gold closed in Now York on Saturday at ?183.
Cotton closed in Liverpool, on Saturday, at lSjd
for Middling Uplands.
Tho Sheriff and now Polico CommieeionorB of
Baltimoro havo boon arrested by tho Radicals.
Tho confinement of Mr. DAVIS at Fortress Mon
ro, has boon rendered loss irksome by tho removal
of the immediate guard upon his person.
Mr. AVERT, United States Assossor at Sacramen
to, acknowledges tho rocoipt of ordors from Wasb
ton to deliver up his office to Mr. BIQLEB, but ho
continuos to disobey him.
Wliilo Mr. r_A_o_Y was in Baltimoro ho was in
vitod to a social dinner by some friends, and the
capital represented by thoso who sat down to tho
tablo is CB?matod at $72,000,000.
Official announcement is modo that no more
applications for spac? at tho PariB Exhibition will
bo received, as tho portion allotted to tho United
States will bo more than filled with tho articles
Tho fiftiotb anniversary of the settlement of Rev.
Dr. ALLEN over tho First Unitarian Parish, in
Northborough, MSBB., was celebrated on TuoBday
by special commemorative services in the old
Tho Kentucky Court of Appools baa rendered a
decision which is in effect equivalent to a declara
tion that Major-Goneral Jon? M. PAT.MBB commit
ted felony wliilo in command of the Department of
Kentucky, by aiding the escape of a fugitive slave.
General Sir JOHN MICHEL, the Commauder-in
Cbief of the troops in Canada, mado a speech at a
public dinner, in Montreal, on Tuesday night, in
?which be recommended the fortification of Mon
treal, Kingston and other points in the Provinoe.
Tho New York Times, of Friday, sayB: "Judge
UNDEBWOOD'S Court at Norfolk, Va., met yester
day. Tho charge to tho jury waa delivered, and
the Court adjourned till tho first Tuesday in De
cember. The oath of allegiance to the United
StatcB was not required of tho jurors."
According to reporta mado by the Chicago build
ers, over 8000 now buildings havo boon erected in
that city during tho past year, valued at nearly
seven millions of dollars. This includes eight new
cburchcB, five public school-houses, three publia
buildings, and over ono hundred business blocks.
The Chicago Post says tbat there are persons at
Cairo with diving-bells, preparing to hunt for the
safe of tho steamer W. B. Carter, which contains
over a million of dollars, of which they are to have
one-half if recovered. It bee ?bout thirty-five
milos above Vicksburg, buried in the bed of the
Mississippi, and has been under water for B?X
On Monday last, the great grain warehouse,
sear the Michigan Central Depot, at Detroit, took
fire and was entirely destroyed. The building
contained a great quantity of corn and wheat, all
of which was lost. The loss will reach about
$75,000 ; only partially insured. For a time tho
?hod and lumber yard, and great new depot of the
Michigan Central Railroad Company, were in-much
The foundation of the new observatory for
Princeton College is nearly completed, and it is
hoped soon to oroct tho main building. The tele
scope, it is said, will bo the largest in the country.
The annual orator of the next commencement ba
been selected for Olio Hall in the person of I?DWAKD
D. MANBFIELD, LL.D., the well-known correspond
ent of tho Now York Times, under the nome of
"Tho Veteran Obsorvcr."
The gale of Tuesday was severely felt along the
entire coast of New England. At Providence and
Newport considerable damage waa done by the
'unusually high tide, and several buildings were
unroofed. In Portland, newly-built walls in the
burnt district wero thrown down, and a number
of steamers wore detainod in port and othors com
pelled to put back by the severity of the gale.
East of Portland the tolegraph wires were thrown
Tho New York Herald, of Friday, Bays : "The
Emigration CommiB?ionors mot yesterday. A lot
ter was rocoived from Mother JEROME, acknowledg
ing, in handsomo terms, tho receipt by tho Sisters
of Mercy of the donation of $500 from the Board
for services rendered cholera patients. The statis
tics showed tho number of emigrante landed
during tho past wook to bo four thousand six hun
dred and eighty-five, making tho total landod horo
-ince January 1, two hundred and two thousand
ono hundred and seventy."
Advices from the City of Mexico, dated October
22, have boon rccoived. Nowa of CABLOTTA'S in
Bonity had reached tho capital, and solomn ser
vices to invoko the assistance of heaven in her
behalf had boon hold. MA_J_II__A_? hod been sick
of intermittent fever. Mazatlan had boen placod
under martial law. TAXOBI, the Indian chiof, an
officor in tho Imperialist army, who had received
the croBS of tho Legion of Honor by MAXIMILIAN,
was captured near Mazatlan, and ehot, with twonty
others found in his company.
The Baltimoro Evening Transcript of Friday
says: "Last cvoning after the office was closed and
our omployeos gono homo, a sot of rowdies toro up
the post on the corner of Baltimoro streot to whioh
our bulletin board is attached, and carried the
somowhat heavy piece of timber round into Fayette
?troot; not content with this they toro away from
its fastenings tho handsome now sign boord at the
office door and thro w it down the orco. As it boori
marks of bullets having passed through it, then:
must have boon considerable noise made, but w<
have hoard of no arrcsbj consequent on tho out
The report that tho iron-clad steamer Monad,
nock, now it Ban Francisco, ia in a disabled and
sinking condition, is authoritatively doniod by the
Washington National Republican. In every son?
of the word, sbo is tho greatest triumph in naval
ftrchit-cturo that the history of the world affords,
bnt has boon " put out of commission," Uko mosi
of tho othor monitors, bocauso thoro is nothing foi
ter to do. If nooded, rite can bo put in soiling and
fighting trim in threo days. Her officers and crew
have boon transferred to tho Vanderotit, and will
bo distributed for Borvico olsowhoro, as thfl Gov
ornmont may hereof ter doairo and direct.'
Tho Now York J7era._. correspondent in Turk's
Island, under date of Ootober 1, furnishes a de
tailed account o? tho recent torrifio storm in the
"Weet Indios. Tho Bolt pond and twelve hundred
thousand bushels of salt woro dostroyed. Ovto
three thousand persons at Grand Cay were k11
houseless, and tho President's house, school-house,
markets, armory and jail wero all demolished.
Three ?American and thirtcon foreign vessels and
over fifty persons wore lost. Tho loss of lifo among
tho inhabitants is unknown, but is thought to be
Wo loam, by datos from Panama to the 23d ult.,
that a serious conflagration had ooourrod in Aspin
woll. All tho buildings from the wharf of tho Now
York stoamor to tho Howard Houso was destroyed,
the United States Hotel being among thom. Tho
flamea woro ox tin gui ..hod mainly by tho oxortious
of tho mon of tho United States ship-of-war De
Solo. Tho Contrai American Statos wero oil at
peace. Honduras had declared for neutrality in
caso of a continuation of tho Spanish-Chilean war.
Tho rains had sot in again at Panama. The Fronch
war Bteamer Talisman had arrived from Moxico
with sick and wounded imperial soldiers.
Tho bark Nellie Chap?n, Capt. WASS, which sail
ed from Jonosport, Mo., August 11, for Jaffa, with
a colony of Americana, undor tho superintendence
of Elder G. J. ADAMS, is announced as having
arrived on the 22d of September. A letter from
Dr. MAYO G. Sunn, of Nowburypert, states that
the vessel was at anchor off Jaffa October 4, and
that tho Turkish Government had given ordors
that the colonists should bo permitted to land all
thoy had brought with them duty freo. The colony
consista of 1GG, all told, embracing women and
ehildron. Tho vcasol is laden with building
materials for a village largo enough to accommo
date all hands comfortably. A church, a school
house, a public store, a eaw-mill, and tho fiamos
of othorbuildings, aro onboard, and can bo readily
put up by tho colonists thomsolvcs.
ASP AR communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed lo the Editor of the
Daily Hews, No. l8 Hayne-slreet, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications io Publisher of Daily
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied wiOi lite cash.
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MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1866.
AN INTEBESTIN- article on "our Coastwise
Trade," a speech of MONTGOMERY BLAIB, a let
ter from "G. W. "W.," and our usual full com
mercial and marine intelligence will be found
on the inner pages of this day's issue.
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THE NEWS from Baltimore continues to be of
an exciting and deeply interesting character.
Both parties seem determined for the present
to carry out their purposes at all risks, although
keeping as far as possible within the forms of
law. The Radicals at last account had gone so
far as to sue out a writ before a Judge of their
own party against the new Commissioners for
inciting a breach of the peace, and have had
them arrested and incarcerated. They bad
also arrested the Sheriff. When it became
known that the new Commissioners bad been
arrested, several riotous demonstrations were
made, but all WOB again quiet last night, al
though there was evidently an undercurrent of
COMMERCE OF THE POUT.
Tbe month of October has been character
ised by a revival of business transactions,
which have, however, boen confined almost ex
clusively to the domestic trade. By roference
to our summary statement of exports, it will be
seen that during the month just closed no for
eign shipments of Cotton or Rice have been
made; and the foreign exports have been con
fined exclusively to Lumber and Naval Stores,
which have been exceedingly small. The chief
cause of the stagnation in our foreign commer
cial trade must be attributed to the want of
capital in our metropolis. Capitalists could find
a market here for investing large sums safely
in our foreign shipments, if they offered libe
ral advances and fair terms. Capital is the
great desideratum, and the want of it has com
pelled our merchants and planters to yield to
the imperious laws of trade, and seek it in
For this reason the coastwise import and ex
port trade has been very heavy. Our mer
chants have received large, varied, and full
supplies from Northern markets, and o large
stock of Cotton and Naval Stores has been
shipped to these marts. The foreign import
trade has been light in consequence of the non
arrival of several vessels now due from Eng
land, France and Germany, ladon with assorted
cargoes of merchandise. As soon as they shall
reach our port we anticipate a revival in our
Tho following figures show the transactions
of the month :
Il?c<_ nts from Contorna.(30,478 74
Du___lo value ol'gooda warohouaod.11,881 31
Valuo of gooda imported...... t.36,813 00
Foreign Exporto-Naval -toroa and Lumber.. $28,368 00
Coastwise Exports-618 bales 8ea Island, 11,760 .
Upland, 394 tiercta Bice.2,081,630 00
VMBOIB entered-Foreign, No. 13-Tonnage.2,074 23
Vcascls cloarod-Foreign, No. 10-Tonnage.1,606 02
23 3,670 86
VCBBOIB entered OOOSIWIBO, No. 60-Tonnage.... 28,817 74
Vessels cleared coaatwise. No. 46-Tonnage.... 23,436 74
106 . 61,748 46
THE SOCIAL EFFCTS OF THE WAR.
The consequences of tho recent war upon so
ciety in this and the other Southern Statos, pre
sent an interesting and instructive Bubjcct ol
consideration, and one to which but little atten
tion is addressed. Wo have considered the
political and physical results ofthat contest will.
interest. Of the altered relations of the State;
to the General Government-of the alteration;
in the character of the Government itself, and
of the altered state of our material interests, w<
are pretty well advised. These are external anc
objective, therefore; but of the alterations in
social and individual oharactcr wo have no1
been so porceptivc. Men are rarely consciouf
of changes in themselves. Times change, bul
wo are seldom conscious that we ohange will
them. The adventurer who, from the acquisi
tion of wealth, becomes an aristocrat-tho in
heritor of wealth and station who, from the
vicissitudes of his experience, may come to have
common oauso with that unhappy mas. who,
from owning none of it, hold property to be
plunder,-who becomo elevated or debased, or
changed in moral or intellectual perception-see
changes abundant in the world about them, but
rarely are able to admit it in themselves; and
it in possible, therefore, that this war, which
has traced its characters upon the Constitutions
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of our States, and upon the lives and fortunes
of our people, may havo inscribed them as legi
bly also upon our social natures, while we our
selves may be but faintly conscious of the fact.
It is a sourco of satisfaction that tho expe
riences of tho war are. loss disastrous to tho
morals and the manners of our younger men
than might have been anticipated. The fear
was common, at the beginning of (ho war, lliat
those in early youth, without the habits ofttclf
control and without tho restraint? of (lomon!fa
life, turned loose to the vulgarities and vice? ol'
a camp, would bo fearfully und fatally directed
hy them. But generally, we believe, the appre
hension has not been realised. There were
not the vulgarities and vices in our camps
anticipated. The estate of our soldiers wan
poor enough. Exposed to the naked sever
ities of places and seasons, with covering,
insufficient, often, to protect them from
contact with the very soil; they became strange
ly familiar with the physical miseries of life,
and have returned, perhaps, with not so nice a
sense of its refinements as they took away with
them. But the moral atmosphere was rarely
much polluted. Our young men were in the
ranks with those they had always known and
expected to know on their return. They took
with them to the tented field their public senti
ment ; they were always conscious of its pres
sure ; they rarely did in camp what they would
not do at home; for violations of m?rula and de
corum they were visited with censures na
severe as society inflicts. The opportu
nities for the indulgence of vicious habits
were rarer, perhaps, than they have ever been
in the camps cf other countries, and from some,
or all these causes, in the effects of tho war
upon our men, we have little to lament. While
some have been made worse, many have been
bettered. They have acquired in arms a hardi
hood and intrepidity of character which fits them
to be better men than they might have been
without ; and if the results of the war had left
them a Bphero for the display of new virtues,
the standards of characters and abilities in
these States would have been higher even than
they have been.
Upon the women of the South the effects
have also been decided ; but whether for the
better or for the worse can be determined only
by a reference to the office in life it is their mis
sion to perform. They have not been subjected to
such trust experience as has fallen to the lot of
men ; they did not enter on the tented fields
or incur-4hc perils and privations of the con
flict or the camp, but in some way or other they
were drawn to participation in all the vicissi
tudes of that great contest. They felt OB keen
ly as if personally present the missiles that were
hurled upon their husbands and brothers ; they
shared the pains endured by men in the fields
and hospitals ; they dedicated, with the most
perfect devotion, their every energy of mind and
body to the office of ministering to the wants of
their struggling countrymen, and amid burning
homes and flights from approaching enemies
and privations, and often want and the absence
of loved ones and protectors, and the dreary
days and nights of painful listenings for sounds
to indicate the fate of thoso as dear to them as
life itself, they acquired a passive courage of
endurance-were inspired to a heroism a3 exalt
ed as that which sustained the men.
Under such circumstances, it is possible they
may not have acquired all the lighter graces of
character and manner to whioh, in careless life,
they might have attained; but if BO, it is for the
reason only that it has been their fortune to
transcend them. Trained in thought and feel
ing to the urgent purposes of their very ear
nest lives, they may havo neglected frivolouB
adornments from unconsciousness of their im
portance to their higher aims ; but of all the
qualities to elevate and adorn women in the
higher ranges of usefulness and activity, they
are abundantly possessed, and never were wo
men so fitted to share the endurances of a sub
jugated people or to inspire the devotions of
men, than are the women of the South.
Such are the characters impressed upon the
men and women of our country, and the results
upon society from a knowledge of tho facts
might readily bo anticipated. For society in ita
ordinary sense of social intercourse and amuse
ment they aro scarcely fitted; and such sooicty,
in fact, can hardly be said to exist. There can
be little inclination to gayety among a people
so oppressed with painful memories ; there isas
little in our present prospects to inspire it. In
the general wreck of fortunes there are few
in a condition to give entertainments ; as few
perhaps would be inclined to share them; and
what was once known as fashionable society has
passed away. Thero is no longer music and
dancing in our houses; people assemble rarely,
but at business, at churches, or to charitable
objects ; the fino old places in the country arc
! no longer enlivened by assembled guests; but
of society, in its higher sense of that communi
ty of people ordered, regulated, ready for duty,
and braced together by a sense of mutual in
terest and dependence, calm and composed te
take for good or ill whatever may betide them,
just, considerate, patient and industrious in all
that may contribute to individual well being and
' the general good, we have an exhibition as fine
? as any to be met with in other periods of history.
> If a people have rarely been ao tried, there hat
i rarely been a people so fitted to endure theil
i trials; it is honorable to be poor, scarcely cred
> itable to bo rich-as it is difficult to see how
1 men can have borno their proper share of the
) common burthen, and yet preservo their pri
l vate fortunes. Few solicit the credit of having
i done so; few. perhaps, solicit fortune, whicl
t may only tho more certainly expose them to the
i hand of power. Exceptas a security for the
. necessaries of subsistence, few havo uso for it;
i and, upon the whole, it may bo said that at
? history affords no parallel of a society so up
. rooted and turned adrift; whose homes have
i boen so taken by a hostile power; whose slaves se
! turned loose and incited to disorder, and whose
laws and even customs so abrogated-it affords
i also no parallel of a people so fitted to submit
' without convulsions to such experiment; and
while there has rarely been a people so fitted
for the functions of a proper self-direction,-eo
. ready to develop a better ci?IlUation,-there has
rarely been a pooplo so hopelessly excluded
from the chance te do f$.,, _ .
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WANTED, TWENTY HANDS, TO DIG
MUD. Apply at DENNETT'S MILLS, woet end
of Boll street. 1 November 0
WANTED, A WHITE WOMAN, TO DO
chamber work and washing. Apply at No. 26 AN
BON STREET._2^ November 8
WANTED-SITUATION BY AN EXPERI
ENCED COOK and WA8IIER. Best of city refer
ences givon. Apply at this Office.
Novombor 6 I*
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHER II V
a young man, a nativo of South Carolins, and a
gradunto of rho South Carolina Collogo. References good.
Address, dialing particulars, R. O. McGUTCHEN, Khigs
troo, 8. 0.
-*Sm Homl-Wccltly Floridlau, Tallahassee, Fla., and Au
giuita Constitutionalist ploaso publish four times, and
send bill to UIIH ollie?. m4 October 39
WA N T 15 D.-FIFTEEN ABLE-nODIED
HANDS (white]. For further information apply at
tim OFFICE OF TUE CITY INSPECTOR, from 0 to 10
o'clock A. M. 3_ Novombor 5
CARPENTERS W A N T E D.-SEVKNTY
F1VE Rood Carpenters wanted to go m tho country.
Ktoady work and liberal pay. Apply for two daya (Mon
day aud Tuesday), at JAMES CANTWELL k CO'8.,
No. 114 East Bay.
Novombor 4 _ _______
WET NURSE.-A HEALTHY AND RE
SPECTABLE FEMALE, either white or colored,
is wanted immediately. Apply at this Office.
WANTED, A SITUATION DY A RESPECT
ABLE white woman, as WASHER and UlONER.
Roforonooa Riven if required. Apply at No. 34 BEAU
FAIN STREET. _ 8 November 2
THE SUHSCRIBBR. FOR MANY YEARS A
successful and practical planter on Edisto Island,
wishes to engage his services for tho ensuing yoar as
Manager. For terms, apply to FRASER k DILL, Adgcr's
Wharf. , GEO. O. OWENS.
October 11 mtlxG
AOENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE AND
CAMPAION8 OF GENERAL (STONEWALL) JACK
SON, by Professor R. L. Dabnoy. D.D., of Virginia.
The Standard Biography of the Immortal Hero. The
only edition authorised by his widow, and publlshod for
her pecuniary benefit. Tho author, a personal friend
and Chi o? of 8taff of tho Christian soldier. Wo want an
Agent in evory county. Bond for circulara and seo our
terms, and what the Press says of tho work.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Mam streets, Richmond, Va.
October 19 Uno*
TO KENT, &D.
mo RENT, THE STORE AND DWELLING
I No. 601 King street, with a very large Lot, It is
one of the best stands for business in the Upper Wards.
Apply noxt door, No. 303. 8* November 6
mo RENT, THAT DESIRA RLE HOUSE No.
X 19 Rutledge Avenue, second abovo Doughty
street, west side, containing 6 upright rooms, 8 attioe,
dressing room and pantry, with all necessary outbuild
ing?, largo elstern, Ac. Possession given on tho 20th of
noxt month. Apply on the promisee, or at
November C m4 No. 8 SOUTH BAY.
TO RENT, POSSESSION GITBIT ON THE
18th instant, a part of a house, consisting of three
room?, with large pantry, doublo piazzas to the south,
kitchen with Bleeping rooms above, and largo stable, sit
uated in the western part of the city, south of Bcaufoin
street. To a respectable family without children, tho
rent will be very moderate. Apply to Courier Office.
mo RENT, IN MEETING STREET, NEAR
JL Broad, part of a House, consisting of five rooms
ono parlor, two bod-rooms, kitchen and servants' room.
Apply at THIS OFFICE. November 4
TO RENT, STORE NO. 153 EAST BAT, BE
ING one of the most dosirable locations in the city
for business. Apply at W. a CORWIN k CO.,
November 3 No. 269 King street.
mO BRENT, THE THIRD AND FOURTH
X STORIES of the Adger Building, No. 223, corner of
King and Market stroets, entronco on King street. For
particulars, lnquiro at E. HIRSCHFELD, or Dra. RAOUL
s LYN AH, on the premises. 8 November 3
FOR RENT-FOR RENT, A LARGE AND
very desirable OFFICE over Banking House of P.
H. Keglor, No. 10 Broad-street Apply to P. H. KEGLER.
mt? RENT.-THE THREE STORY BRICK
X RESIDENCE, oast side of Meeting-street and ono
door south of Geoi-Ro-Btroct, Is In thorough repair, and
baa boen newly palntod. October 15
-T71ARM8 TO RENT.-THE TRACT OF LAND
Jj known as the Washington Race Course, containing
about sixty acres, with tho farta adjoining, will bo rented
for two years from the 1st December next.
Apply to JOHN O. COCHRAN,
November 2 fmw<3 Treasurer.
TO RENT.-THE FINE THREE STORY
X BRICK HOUSE, No. 14 Church street, with large
elstern, pantry, Ac. Apply to
October 36 fmw No. 2 Church street.
TO RENT, "WITH OR "WITHOUT FUR
NITURE; that huge and dosirablo BRICK RESI
DENCE No. 60 Hasel street, containing 8 Rooms, with
large don bio Kitchen, paved yard; well and elstern on
TWO THREE-STORY BRICK STORES comer State
and Cumberland streots.
Apply to B. RODDDJ,
Pavilion Hotel Stables, Meeting street, near Wentworth.
IIOH SALE-TUB LEASE AND FCRNI
X- TUBE of a firsUdass Boarding House. Location
good and terms liberal. Address A. li., at this Office.
November 4 2*
AT PRIVATE SALE, A STYLISH DARK
Brown "Black Hawk" HORSE, about six years old.
For particulars apply at this office, or No. 00 COMING
STREET._'_. Octobor 29
FIR SALE, A PORTABLE STEAM EN.
GINK, eight homo power, in good order. Apply to
D. O'NEILL k SONS,
October 31 No. 867 King street
HORSES AND AYRSHIRE CALF.-THE
subscriber has several HORSES remaining, of the
Canada bred stock imported last year, consisting of pairs
and stogie draft Horses. Also, one Clydo breed Stallion,
accustomed to the city and climate, which he is destrona
of closing. And one 7 month's old AYRSHIRE BULL
CALF, with pedigree. Persons desirous of purchasing
ure Invited to examine them.
N. M. PORTER,
No. 143 Calhoun-streot
Opposite Orphan House.
TTIOR SALE OR RENT. THE VALUABLE
X7 SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, known at
"Rugby." This long-settled tract contains about 180(
acres of land on the hoad waters of Wadmalaw and Bo
heckot Rivers, most of it being on Wadmalaw, and th<
remainder extending over on John's Island, thus afford
ing a line range for stock of all kind?, and abundant re
sources for manuring the higher lands, from which large
crops of Ano cotton and all kinds of provisions have hore
toforo been made. The only reason whioh lndnooe th<
owner at this time to part with this property Is that al
his prcsont residence it is lnoonvenient to mm to cult!
For terms and farther information apply to Hon. JOH?
TOWNSEND, Edisto Island, or to THEODORE 8TONEY,
Esq., Charleston._October 29
GEO. H. WALTER k CO., FACTORS AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, have removed tholi
Office from North Atlantic Wharf to Adger's Wharf.
November 6 6
milK SUBSCRIBER BEOS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
X that he has removed his office from No. 24 East Baj
to BOYCE k CO.'B WHARF, whero he will continue the
FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS.
October 19 ?nwlS JAS. O. MOFFETT.
HAS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE AND OFFICE TC
No. 191 MEETING-STREET, one door belo*
Wontworth-strcot 8 mwf 10 October l8
EVANS dC GODBOLD,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HA VI
removed bom No. l8 Vandorhont Wharf to thi
corner of East Bay and Fraser'o South Wharf, up stairs
over tho ?toro of Messrs. THOMPSON BROS.
PRIVATE BOARD CAN BE OBTAINEI
at No. 72 HABEL STREET. 0* Novombor 6
PRIVATE FAMILY, HAVING A WELL
FURNISHED ROOM, desire? to take a Gt-ntlemu
and Lady, or two singlo Gentlemen, to board. Apply a
i No. 26 ANSON STREET._3_November C
PRIVATE BOARDING IN COLUMBIA.?
Mom bore of the Legislature may obtain BOAR!
at tho rcsidonce of Mrs. SUSAN P. OIBBES, formerly oo
cupled by Go v. Plckons, situated in Senate street, within c
square of the South Carolina University.
Members desiring it will please eddroea Mrs. Gibbo? o>
early a? possible. Term? i 3 per day.
Novombor 8 4
BOARD WANTED, IN A PRIVATE FAMI
LY, whero thorn are no boarders. Address, ?Min?
tvms and plaoo of residouoo, "L. W." Daily News Offlco.
V?T**~ '? ..'LU '
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CIIAIILE8TO? CHAMBBR OP COMMEUC-C.
A REGULAR MEETING OF THE 01IAMDEII WILL
bo oonvenod This (Monday) Beening, 6th inst., at half
pant 7 o'clock, at tho Hibernian Hall.
A goiicral attendance of tho members Is desired, as im
portant reports from various coninilttccs will como np
Tho Arrear List will bo read.
P. J. BARUOT, Secretary and Treasurer.
N. B. A Collation will bo served up after tho iwljoum
mont of tho meeting. _J November 6
CHARLESTON CITY RAIMVAY'COMPA?Y?
AN ELECTION FOR EIGHT DIRECTORS OF THIS
COMPANY will bo held This Day, 6th bint., In
accordance with tho By-Laws.
Tho Polin will bo open from 10 to 2 o'clock, on that day,
at tho office of the Company.
By order. E. M. LAZARUS,
Secretary and TrciiBurcr pro tem.
November 6 mw_4
SOLOMON'S LODGE NO. 1, A.?. F.?. M...
THE MONTHLY COMMUNICATION WILL BEHOLD
EN TAU Evening, tho 6Ui iuet., at 7 o'clock, in the
Members and Candidate? will bo strictly punctual In
By order of W.*. M.\ W. A. WILSON,
Novcmbor 6 1* Secretary.
CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY.
AR E O D L A R QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE
Charleston Mechanic Socloty will bo hold at tho
Masonic Hall on Tai* Evening, tho Gth lost., at 7 o'clock.
Tho member? aro requested to bo punctual in attendance,
as business of importance will bo submitted.
November 6_1 Socrotary C. M. 8.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER COM
PANY, No. 1.
ATTEND YOUR REGULAR MEETING AT HALF
PAST 7 o'clock This (Monday) Evening, at tho Hall
of the Charleston Firo Englno Company. As final action
will bo taken on tho proposed Constitutional ?Amend
ment, a full attendance Is requisite.
November 6 1 Foreman 0. H. and L. Co., No. 1.
ATTENTION, YOUNO AMERICA P. E. CO.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COMPA
NY, Thit Evening, at half-past 7 o'clock, at the Mar
ket Hall. By order : W. HART,
Novomber 5 1 Socrotary.
PALMETTO PIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND YOUR REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
TA is (Monday) Evening, 6th instant, at 8 o'clock.
Punctual attoudanco is requested, as tho arrear list will
bo read and tho rulo applicable thereto strictly enforced.
By order. THOMA? O'KEEFE,
November 6 1 Secretary.
MARION PIRE ENGINE COMPANY. -*-?
ATTEND ?AN EXTRA MEETING OE YOUR COMPA
NY This Evening, at 8 o'clock precisely, as business
of importanco will bo transactod.
By order of tho President.
H. L. CALDER,
Novomber 6 1 Socrotary M. F. E. Co.
GRAND LODGE OP ANCIENT FREE
MASONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA
mHE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF THE MOST
1 Worshipful Grand Lodgo of ?Ancient Freemasons of
South Carolina, will bo holdon at Masonic Hall, Charles
ton, on Tuetday, 20th November, 1666, commencing at
Worshipful Master-, and Wardens or Dolt-gates of sub
ordinate Lodges, Grand Officers, and Past Masters, will
take duo notice and govern themselves accordingly.
A. G. MACKEY, M. D.,
Novomber 6 mwf7 Grand Secretary.
49~Columbia papera pleaso copy.
PORT ROY?-I. RAILROAD.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS WILL BE
held at 11 o'clock A, M. on the 14th proximo, at the
Swallow Savannah Church, noar Allendale, for the trans
action of business of vital importance.
By order of the I) troc tors.
October -8 14 J. a PAVANT. Secretary.
ASHLEY (COLORED) PIRE ENGINE COM
PANY No. 9. _
ATTEND YOUR REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
This Evening, at tho now Hall, southwest corner of
CaDioun and College streets, at 7 o'clock. Punctual at
tendance ia requested. .
By order of President.
H. BOLDEN PIC-UNPACK, Socrotary.
November 6 1*
SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, &c.
NIGHT SCHOOL. ,
rTU-E SUBSCRIBERS. ON MONDAY NEXT, NOVKM
X BER 6th, will open a NIGHT SCHOOL at the Free
School Building, on Mooting-stroot, near Mary, at which
will be taucht BOOK-KKEPING, WHITING, MATHE
MATICS and ENGLISH. TermB moderate.
A abare of the public patronage is respectfully so
Apply at the SCHOOL dally, between the hourn of 0 A
M. and 2 P. M.?after2F. M., at No. 67OOMING-STRE-ET,
near C-Ihoun. A DOTY, J ii.
October 80 lmo L. 8HERFESEE.
EDXJCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT OP
REV. DR. MYERS.
TTTaTB REV. DR. MYERS HAS PLEASURE IN AN
X NOUNCTNG that, having aeenred tho eligible prem
ises No. 26 GEORGE-STREET, one door east of King,
his Academy Is now open for the reception of pupila.
The valuable services of Prof. D. A. BURNETT, A.M.,
a gentleman of considerable experience in tuition and a
graduate of one of the leading UniversitleB of the conn
cry, have been engaged for assistance in the duties of the
Institution. ?And the Principal feels sangnine that the
entire arrangements thereof are such as to merit and
gain universal approval.
Terms, aa well aa all other particulars connected with
the Institute, may be obtained on application as above.
OH. MOISE, Esq.
THEO. D. WAGNER, Esq.
B. D. LAZARUS, Esq.
JAMES MACBETH, Esq.
T. L. OGIER, M. D.
H. H. DKLEON, Esq.
CHAD. T. LOWNDES, Esq.
EDWARD LYNAH, Esq.
MEDICAL COLLEGE OP THE STATE OS
rf-IE ANNUAL COURSE OF LECTURES IN THI?
X INSTITUTION will commence on the flrut Mondai
of November next, and terminate on the first Saturday
of March ensuing.
J. EDW.ARDB HOLBROOK, M.D., Professor Emoritui
FRANCIS T. MLLES, M. D., Professor of Anatomy.
JULIAN J. CHISHOLM, M. D., Professor of Surgery
E. GEDDDNQS, M. D., Professor of Institute- and
Practice of Modi-lno.
JAMES MOULTRIE, M. D., Professor of Physiology.
ROBERT A, KINLOCH, M. D., Professor of Moterii
Medica and Therapeutic-.
THOS. G. PRIOLEAU, M. D., Professor of Obstetric?
and Diseases of Women and Children.
O. U. SHEPARD, M. D., Z__D., Professor of Cheml?
8 AMURL LOGAN, M. D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.
F. L. PARKER, M. D., Assistant Demonstrator ol
Anatomy. E. GEDDING8, M. D. Dean pro. tem.
_xTn_ouDiNA_Y on BTJPPI___ENT__T PSOFBSSOB_.
F. L. PARKER, M. D., Anatomy; SAMUEL LOGAN.
M. 1?., Surgery; P. GERVAIS ROBINSON, M. D., Insti
tutes and Practice of Medicine; EDWARD GEDDINGB
M. D., Phyalology; GEORGE TRESCOT, M. D., Mntcris
Medica; F. M. ROBERTSON, M. D., Obstetrics.
Tho Extraordinary Professors Lccturo each twlco a
week. Course free. They will also give the Snmmei
Clinical Instruction in tho City Hospital, by F. PEYR
PORCHER, M. D.
Clinical Instruction at the Policlinic, connected witL
tho College, on every Wednesday and Saturday from 0 to
11 o'clock. This Important charity is now in successful
Chief of Medical Clinic, Professor E. GEDD-NGS, M.
D.; Assistants, P. GERVAIS ROBINSON, M.D.; GEO,
TRESCOT, M. D.
Chief of Surgical Clinic, JULIAN J. CHISHOLM, M.
D. ; ?Assistante, SAMUEL LOGAN, M. D. ; F. L. PARKER,
Fees for the Oonr_o-For tho Professors, $106; Matr?
cula tlon, once, 16; Demonstrator, $10; Graduation, $30.
MO?RDING AND DAY SCHOOL POR YOUNG
MRS JOHN LAUREN8, ASSISTED BY THE REV
W. B. W. HOWE, at No. 13 Coming street.
Torrn commencing October 1st, and ending July 1st.
For particulars apply as above.
October l8 th
CORNER QUEEN AND CHURCH STS., CHARLES
TON, S. C.
0. W. b J. B. DENNIS, P_OFI__TOIW.
"PHIS SPLENDID HOTEL WILL BE OPENED O*
X THE FIRST OF OCTOBER, on tho European ays
tem. It has boon remodelled and roftirnlahod through
out. Thin Hotel containa over one hundred room.
which will be roaorved chiefly for the nao of travollon
and transient guests. Competent assistants have beet
secured bl every department, and o very attention will bl
paid to insure comfort to their customers. The sleepin;
rooms aro dry and clean. The roataurant will bo sup
piled with tho best fare the market affords. Porters w11
bo always ready to attend each arrival and departure o
trains. Tho travelling publia, trauslont visitors mi
others, will find in It all tho luxuries of a flret-cUii
house, combined with tho comforts of home. The Inca
tlouia finely adapted for bunine sa men and traveller-]
No palna or expenso will bo spared to gtvo entire satis
fixed on. wfm2mo_Beptcmbor 12
WINYAR HOUSE, GEORGETOWN, S. C,
mHE SUBSCRIBER, LATH OF CIIARLEtTON, BEGfc
to inform tho travelling publlo that ho han LEASED Till
ABOVE HOUSE, which ho baa thoroughly repairod au?
renor-tod. Visitor- wm find au the accommodation o o:
a FIRST OLAJE-} -8T--3L-3HMENT.
A BILLLUtD SALOON and BAR, stocked with t_<
BEST IMPORTATIONS, Is attachtd.
-..,_." HAtet L. P?RBI?, Proprietor.
' i . . -.. , . . :??'?'..
. _l' ft] <- Cl S ,
CHOICE DELAINES AT.26o
FINE LONGCLOTHS AT.16o
FULL WIDTH BLEACHED SHEETING.00c
GOUDKOP k BEUTHNER.
Novombor S 2
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS,
MRS, M. J. ZERNOW'S,
NO. 300 KING-STREET.
WHERE WILL BE
found a lull and varied
BBBortmont of FRENCH
and nil tho new and fash
ionable styles of HATS,
including GLADIATORS, ?
CENTRAL PARKS AND*
TURBANS, in ENGLISH
STRAW, Pedal, Silk Bea
ver, Black and Drub Felt.
French Chip, and oU the FANCY BRAIDS.
RIBBONH, FEATHERS. FLOWER8. and every novol
ty of tho season to tho Millinery Line, to which tho at
tention of Uie Lodios gout-rally oro respcctfuUy invited.
October 24 wfm2mo
JUST RECEIVED AT
Mrs. S. J. COTCHETT'S,
EMPORIUM OF FASDIOXS, N0.263 KING-ST,
ANEW AND ELEGANT
ROUND HATS, Etc
comprising all the LATEST
STYLES, THE LARGEST
AND MOST CHOICE SE
LECTION in the city, and at the LOWEST PRICE
November 2 3
MRS. S. WATTS,
274 King street.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BONNETS AND FLATS,
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
RICH MOIR? ANTIQUE8,
BL'K AND COLT) SILKS,
EMPRESS CLOTHS, REPS,
CHILDREN'S HOODS AND SACQUES.
BRADLEYS HOOP SKIRTS,
OF THE LATEST STYLES.
N. B. CLOAKS opened THIS DAT, which she
respectfully invitee the puhUo to examine before pur
chasing elsewhere Imo November 1
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF ALL THE LATEST
HATS AND BONNETS,
INCLUT INO MANY NOVELTIES;
A FULL LINE OF ENGLISH AND GERMAN
BONNET AND TRIMMING
IN NEW PATTERNS.
VELVETS, LACES, &C.
PART OF THE ABOVE GOODS HAVE BEEN SELECT
ED Di LONDON BY A CHARLESTON MERCHANT.
AND ARE WELL WORTHY OF THE ATTENTION O?
No. 423 KING-8TBEET.
October 16 lmo
MILLINERY IN ALL ITS BMW..
PAPER PATTERNS OF ALL THE LATEST STYLES*
OF CLOAKS, MANTILLAS. BASQUES, &c., ftirnlah
ed at low rates. Miss B. J. BONNER,
Noxt oaat of Mansion House.
November 1 lmo
MISS R. A. MURTLANB,
N0. 295 KING STREET,
(OVER MESSRS.'SHEPHERD, DUO it COHEN.).
M?TS8 MUETLAND (FORMERLY WITH THE
L Misses MITCHELL) ?aVos this method of Inform
ing her Mends, and tho publlo gonorallr, that abo hw
openod the "Mn.IJNERY BUSINESS'' at the abo*?
puu?, where she will bo happy to into all who may ?ivor
BATH of all style? and .MMMMOM constantly on bsafl
and sudo to ordear.. lairtamoe October 15