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MHUBTON DAILY NEWS,
O. B. CATHCART, EDITOR,
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. L8 HAYNE STREET.
?A1LV-TWKLV1 : MONTHS.
TO NI?WH DRALBR8...
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Rov. COLIN MUHCinSON, Gonoral Traveling and Col
TOWNSEND & NOHTn, Booksellers and Btotionore,
Columbia, S. C
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B. F./BRIVDFORD, Wttltcxboro*. 8. C.
H. L. DARR, Barnier, fi. c.
THAD. C. ANDREWS, OranRobnrg. S. C.
J. M. BROWN, " Southerner ofllcc," Darlington, b. O.
M. IS, QUINN fe BRO., AtlfTUsl/i.
J. IL E3TELL, Savannah, Ga.
ISAAC DA VEGA, Agent in Now York. _
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Gold closod iu Now York yesterday at -^
The sentence of LYNCH and MOMAHON, the oon
domnod Fenians, has hoon commuted.
Important Moxican nowa will bo found in ano
The dcatbo hy cholera iu Cincinnati still average"
about twonty per day.
R. B. OATncawooD, of New York, has rcooived
exclusivo franchiso from tho City Council of Indi
anapolis for fifty yoarB for tho construction of
water works to supply that city with water.
A fire hroko out on Sunday night in a grocery
atoro in Nashville, and damaged or dostroyed throe
other boilding.-t adjoining, among them the Vari?
t?os theatre. Tho total loee is estimated at
The Secretary of tho Troasury is preparing his
report for Congress, aud will bo so employed for
several wooks. In tho meantime, Hon. WH. E.
CHANDLER, Assistant Secretary, pcrformB tho du
tios of Secretary.
ThQ Nashville Republican Banner aayB that tho
rubbish of the burnt district ia boing rapidly
cleared up, ond it is understood that tho whole ter
ritory is to be covered with a now block that will
do honor to the city and ita architects.
Government roooivod $7,115,412 from Internal
Revenue last week, making the total income from
troro. this source since July 1,1866, S129.090.852; or
equal to an avorago of more than soven millions a
.week, which would give a yearly aggregate of ovor
The resting places of tho Union soldiers, who
died during the war, are to bo marked hereafter
with oast iron hoad blocks instead of tho wooden
ones, as at present in tho various national ceme
teries. The nome, number, Ac, of oach soldier
are to be cost in raised letters.
The.Trustecs of the Agricultural Collogo at Am
herst, Mass., have chosen Mr. PAUL. A. CIIAD
BOOBNE, Professor of Natural History in Williams'
OoUcgo, and State Senator from Northern Berk
shire for the last two years, to succeed Mr. FRENCH
?s its President.
The managers of the Fall Ri ver mills havo agreed
to adopt tho ten-hour system on the 1st df Janu
ary, or before, if the mills at Lowoll and Lawrence
will unite in tho arrangement. The operatives,
however, dooline to resumo work till tho now sys
tem gees into effect.
The recent assertion of a Now York journal to the
effect that tho largest ootton crop ever made in
Louisiana mulei tho most favorable circumstances
was 660,000 bales, is entirely disproved by tho cen
sus of 1839, which shows that in that year 777,738
balen were produced in tho State referred to.
A young Japanese officer namod Krro, has arrived
at Monson, Mass., and will bo instructed in the
English language by Rev. CHAULES HAMMOND,
Principal ef the Academy. Ho has boon in the
Japanese military servico, and served a gun against
the English in the battle in tho harbor of Kagoei
xaa, in 1864.
Tho Wino Growore' State Convention of Califor
nia has adoptod memorials to Congress and to tho
Pacific Congressional Delegation, asking a reduc
tion of tho tax on manufactured grapa brandy to
the rate in forco last yoar, and that the import tax
on foreign wines oosting fifty cents or leas por
gallon bo raised te a specific duty of fifty conti per
Ths Commissioners appointed to recommend to
the Vermont Legislature tho contributions which
that State should malm to the National Callory of
Statuary at Washington, have decided upon statues
of ETHAJJ ALLEN and Sonator JACOB COLLAMEB,
each to bo Bovon-and-o-balf foot in hoight. The
work will probably bo done by tho sculptors Pow
ens and MEAD, each furnishing ono statue
The Frcderiokabnrg Netcs, of Friday, nays :
"Some eighty or ninety nogrooa, stolen during the
war, havo boon rcoontly lauded at Tappahannock
to bo talton caro of by thoir fonnor owncra. Tho
Freodmcn's Bureau having no farther uso for
them, furnished transportation free. About ono
hundred and fifty havo boon landod at diJorout
points on tho Rappabannock.
The Bandusky, Ohio, Register states that tho
manufacturo of Hour in Sanduaky this year will
probably not much oxcoed half tho usual amount
In former years. This io owing to the short o; op
in Ohio and tho difficulty of gotting whoat from
other markots. Whilo tho oity milleara have usual
ly made largo uhipmontu Fast, thoy this year dis
poso of tho bulk of thoir Hour for homo consump
Thofhnaincas of manufacturing at tho Colum
tnifl, Ohio, Ponitoiitiary is increasing so rapidly
that tho old building.) aro inadoqntito, and an ad
dition, ono hnndrod and twolvo foot long by thirty
threo foot wide, han boon rocoutly built, increasing
tho manufacturing facilities o:io huudrod por cont.
ty roanon of tho additional room obtained for im
provod machinary. A now building, fifty by sov
?nty foet, is in course of oroction, for a blacksmith
shop and filo wo rim.
A now and dangerous counterfeit of United
fltatee logal tondor notes of tho denomination of
460 lately mado ita appoaianoo at tho Troasury
Dopartmont, and was pronounced by Oon. SPIN
jran, United BtatoB Treasurer, to bo oho of tho
most skilfully oxooutod ovor brought to his notico.
Tho span: ns noto was dotectod by tho vlgnotte of
den. ALSXAHDEB ILvirj LTON, Firat Socrotery of the
Unitod States Treasury-, which, on inirpocllon, wau
found to have boen split from a $2 Treasury noto,
and neatly pasted on tho countorfeit $50. The en
graving of tho other portions of tho noto is cloverly
imitated, and can only bo distinguished from tho
genuino by tho closest inspection.
A correa pondont writing from Springfield, HI.,
October, 30, say8: "During tho latter part of tho
last month and tho earlier portion of this, agri
culturist- havo boon autivo in farming pursuits.
It is believed that a larger breadth of land has
been sown to wheat tina fall, in Eastern and
Southern Illinois, than ovor boforo. Generally it
has boen well put in, principally by recently im
proved agricultural impl?me?tB, drills, &c. Under
tho influence of recent timely rains, thia crop now
presenta an unusually haudsomo appearance. Jlav
ing travelled through a imniboi* of coiiutio?, your
correspondent is grati .ed in believing that, should
tho residuo of (bo season bo equally benign, the
product of whoat in this Stat? will exceed, by many
thousands of bushels, any forinor yield."
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Daihj Notes, No. l8 Haune-stroct, Oharieston,'S. C.
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We oannol undertake lo return rejected communica
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CH ARL ES TON.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9,18GG.
WB ri.'Dhisn to-day, on our inner pages, a
variety of interesting matter, including a most
useful article on the Euglah commercial
agency known as "LLOYD'S."
M IG RA TION TO THE BO ?TH- THE POLICY
OF OUR PEOPLE.
As might, have been expected, the conduct of
our people is a very common subject of remark
lo those in other sections of the country. Suc
cess is the criterion ef merit. Those who have
lost the ability to euforcc rospect have no
natural right to complain that their actions
aro not justly estimated ; and the kid that
muddied tho stream below the wolf, in fabulous
antiquity, still oom OH iu principio lo muddy it
again, wherever, even in human experience,
there ia_ irresponsible brui? power to be mad
den oti by the act.
Of this wo havo au illustration in the con
stant feeling of dissatisfaction existing at the
North by whatever may be done, or attempted
to be done, amongst us; and tho New York
Times, a few' dayB since, takes UB seriously to
task-first, for not enoonraging immigration
to our section B; and next, for our unamiable,
not to say diabolical, conduct to the Northern
men who come to settle at tho South.
Now, that there are no well concerted men
sures to encourugo immigration to the South
is, perhaps, true, and it is to bo regretted. We
want population ; and that it docs not come to
us, while it rolls in living billows upon the
Northwest, is a faot of which wo aro na dis
tinctly oonscious as is the writer in tho Times
himself, and one from which wo havo suffered
infinitely more than he has done. We have
suffered in the want of that stimulant to our
iniitoriul interests, and in that aoeumulation of
political power thus resulting to that section,
which has crushed us. But is it in our power
to prevent it? Can we make them come if
they do not want to? or mako them want to
come when they are repelled by the conditions
we exhibit? They shun a competition with
the negro for labor and subsistenoe. They
shrink from the fortunes of a country in
dustriously subjugated. They shun a place
where thoy must be depressed below their
natural level, that another people may be ele
vated upon theirs; and can we obviate these
conditions? Can we exterminate the negroes,
that white foreigners may have place ? Can
wc subvert oppression, and give to them the
assurance that coming here they may govern
themselves ? or if this bo not possible, is there
any other measure which may be so well con
ducted as to gratify the tastes of critical
spectators? Can we disguise the facts, and
create illusions to attract them? Practioally,
wo may bring laborers here by giving them
greater inducements to oome than they bavo
to go elsewhere; and these we have not the
power to offer. Tho citizens ef our country
are too completely without the capital, to start
enterprises in which foreigners can find em
ployment ; aud unless they can offer them em
ployment, the people of our Country, of them
Bolves, can offer thom no other inducement
adequate to bring them. A pleasant and scduo
tive manner can have little effect upon a peo
ple who como abroad to better their condition.
The only other inducements aro to be offered
by our lands. Thoy are Rttroc?vc ; they pre
sent many advantages; nnd, ia all conscience,
thoy are oheap enough. The very artiolc we
speak of mentions that thoy aro selling all over
tho South for pri#oe hardly nominal; but if
they wilY not draw, enn we mako them do so?
It is possible that, with a very large capital in
the hands of an extensivo and enterprising
company, wo .night bo able to import, in
spite of their repugnance, a body of emi
grant?, but there is no disposable capital at the
South to bo oxpouded upon that or any otocr
objoct. Without the ability to make further
investments than are neecsiary to purchase
provision for tho laborer? up?n our plaoes, we
aro without the power to invest in a foreign
population, and we are cot.n'.rn.inod to ao
quioso?, therefore, with what etmplaeanoy wo
may, in the critioism of those eoafortablo and
oomplaoant spectators to who??pipings, if we
would, wo cannot danoo.
It ia said, however, that wo do ibt treat with
proprioty tho mon of capital an?, enterprise
who como amongst us. Wo aro no\a prosper
ous or joyous people Wo have litte to make
us so. We have little in the way of-enter
tainments or hospitalities to offer, md it is
posBiblo that Northern men find litt., ?" our
Booiety to attraot thom. But wo belie.,? that
all who havo como to this section of th?. South
will do us tho justice lo confess that tho\ havo
been met fairly and frankly ; that in thoiibuot
ness relations, tho only ones? thoao in procou
tion of legitimate enterprise havo nougt to
e-tablish, tliey bavo boen ai no disadvantwr, -
that thoy havo been ?a Meure, in persony_
property-as froo from insult or-intorfcrc
as our own people. They have hud the choice
of whatever luuds or other property they have
hud tbc capital to purchase, and among the
most, succcpsful men, as well in plantin?r as in
other branches of business ; have been men
fresh from tbo Nortb, und many ol' thom frcsb
from the army sent against us. These aro con
tented with success, und we are. ture they huve
quite loo much of manhood to concur in the
complaints of ill treatment willi which sensa
tion mongers ?t the North afford such pleasant
entertainment to their ready hearers. There
is, perhaps, no fact in the many singular facts
of our history, so singular as is that presented
by the cheerful concurrence in business rela
tions of men who have so lately stood in hostile
ranks against each other. . The man who comos
to share our fortunes, is accepted frankly, by all
whoso opinions ho respecte; und ni) (hero uro
none who have come to have a greater material
slake in the welfare of the country, (hero aro
none, we, believe, who huvo more repugnance
to Bach utterances in their behalf, or to the
unscrupulous efforts of malignant? elsewhere,
to disturb us.
AN UNNATURAL REQUIREMENT.
The demand of the extr?miste of the Radical
party-that the Southern people shall manifest
no sorrow for their own doad-is one of the
most extraordinary that the maddest fanaticism
ever made. If tho people of the South weep
over tho remains of their own flesh and blood,
if thoy contribute their humble means and
efforts to afford them the rites of decent scpul
turo, t'ney arc dcuounood as deficient in loyalty
and traitors te their country ! Wns ever such
extravagance of tyranny heard of? Can thoy
suppose it psssiblc that human nature in tho
South is so different from human nature in the
North, nnd human nature everywhere else, that
it can look with composure upon the graves of
kindred and friends, and treat them with a
neglect and indifference unknown to barbari
ans ? What would they make of the Southern
people but tho vilest hypocrites on the face of
the earth, when thoy would compel them to
shed no tears ovor tho memory of their dend
sous and brothers ? Would such people be
worth reconstructing? Would any decent des
pot have such recreante to humanity for his
General BOTLBU din not appear as amiable as
usual in New York, ne addressed his auditors
as-"a band of thieves with their arms deep in
the public plunder-poor hirelings, doing their
master's bidding-thieve? and frequenters of
the Tombs-poor fools;"-he told them he had
"hung their betters, and he expected the plea
sure of seeing them hung." After this he said
he was not a president or a vice-president; he
would not play the blackguard [true, there was
no "play" about it], and go into any discussion
with an angry orowd. It ie surprising that this
soothing tono of speech did not quiet those ad
dressed; but, notwithstanding all tho General's
blandncss, and "his impressive manner," the
anger of tho crowd was not softened by the
gentle and familiar epithote applied to the mul
titude by the speaker, and so the General, as
usual, gave up the battle without a victory.
Such Boones arc lamentable and unjustifiably
disgraceful to parties provoking and to those
perpetrating them; but If what was said of tho
crowd be true, perhaps the old saw, "that two
of a trade can never agree," may afford an ex
planation of the row.
TUB RADICALS try to defend the conduct of
the expelled Polioo Commissioners of Baltimore
by saying that Governor SWANN is a candidate
for tho United States Senate, and makes re
movals for his own benefit. But even were
their allegation both pertinent and true, they
should not be allowed to make it until thoy
liavo first disposod of the case of their own
Governor FLETCHER, of Missouri. He has ap
pointed Judges of the Courts ; not a Bingle Su
pervisor recoived his appointment without
pledging himself to put in Registrars who will
seo to it that none but "loyal" voters-that is,
Radicals-are allowed to oome near the polls.
This is notorious in Missouri, and has been this
long time. It Is equally notorious, too, that
FLBTCUER is a candidate for the United States
Senate. According to the Radical judgment,
then, FLBTCUER may put in and turn out what
ever will help bia case, but Governor SWANN
may not! Their theory of loyalty is after pre
cisely the same pattern.
-0 0 0
It transpiro.-) that Butler gots $350 nor diem from
tho central oommitteo during his slumping tour.
This Bum, in addition to trifles that fall in lus way
and aro easily secreted, keeps tho doctor quite
ohaorful and comfortablo.-Ne io York World.
BUTLER being a Doctor of Laws by the cour
tesy of Boma college, wbioh appreciates his
skillful manner of so doctoring laws as to
eaoapc tho penalty of his crimes.
WANTED, AT nins. B. jr. OOTCHEPTS
Emporium of Fashions, No. 263 King ?trent, two
oompotout mt?BtsMAKKlt?. Mono but tboso ft?ly oom
pctcnt nood apply._3_Novombor 0
ANTRO, A GOOD SETTLED WOMAN
to cook and waali. One without any Incumbnui
coA will Und a good homo. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
W"ANTED, A COOK, WHITE OR COLOR
ED. Apply to II. W. KINSMAN,
No. 275 King street, up stairs,
November 8_?_ovor Lo vy k Aleiandor.
WANTED TO RENT, A HOUSE, FURNISH
ED OR PARTLY FURNI8HKD, In a central loca
tion, for Immodlato possession, by tho yoar, for wbioh a
liberal rent will bo paid. Address "?. C." Koy Box No.
10, I\ O._WW*_November 7
ADINETMAKERH WANTED AT MACK?
EY A DAKER'8 Furniture Warorooms, Adgor Entitl
ing, cornor of King and Markot atrcots.
Novombor 7 _ _ _
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE UVE AND
CAMPAIGNS OP OENKRAL (STONEWALL) JACK
BON, by Professor R. L. Dabnoy, D.D., of Virginia.
Tho Standard Riography of the Immortal Hero. The
only edition authorized by his widow, and published for
her pecuniary bcnoilt. Tho author, n pomonal friend
and chief of Staff of tho Christian soldier. Wo want an
Agout in every county. Bond for circulars and see our
tor urn, and what tho Prora says of the work.
Address NATIONAL POUIJHHINO CO.,
Cornor 7th and Main nix x>te, Richmond, Va.
October 10 . Iran'
ST OST, ON THE 8TH INSTANT, A S M ALL
1 j MEMORANDUM DOOK, wlUi the nanto of EDWIN
A. WALKER on tho back. Informat'on of tho samo will
bo thankfully roculved at THIS OFFIOE.
TRAYED FROM No..IO LEGARE
8TREE1\ A RED OOW, tor tbo rooovary of which a
reward will be given. ? Novoinb?r8
.. ? . ? ? ' M. 't.. X*.'J
TO RENT, &c.
TO HBNT.-A FINE BUSINESS STAND,
situated at the corner of Wlm'B Court and Klu?
strcot. Apply on the premises or at No. 16 REID
STREET. a** November 9
TO HEXT, PART OF A IIOHS1?, CONSIST
ING of three rooms, dressing room, kitchen and
stuhle?, in tbo southwestern part of t'ic city. Kent
moderate. Hofcrenco given and required. Apply nt this
olllce. 2 November 0
rilO lile:?'!'. A LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
JL II< H'SI-, No. G1 l?i'.ui:iiii iilivi-f, containing seven
Kiniiii -, with (las throughout, Clstcrni?, and other neces
?Mtat attached. Apply to LEVY k ALEXANDEIi, No.
'_7fi Kinx streut, l'onir Hsioii given liiuncdintclv.
f VBlalaA TIHtltE'S STEAM SAW MILL.
\J TO Rent or Leaso, all Unit Doe HIL?-at the cor
ner of Washington mid Chuiicl Hlrcet?. Apply to
Kovomberli f WILLIS U ClilHOI.M.
rilO UEST.-T1VO LAUGE FRONT ROOM*,
J in ii liotino BituaUvl in John-street, No. 10, near
Meeting-street. Apply at the honso.
November 8 2"~
rpO HEIST, IN MERTI.NG STREET, NEAR
sV Broad, part oi a noiiso, consisting of Bve room?
?no parlor, two liod-rooins, kitchen uud servauts' room.
Apply ni TU ia OFFICE._Nojombor 4
IM) IlENT, STORE NO. Io- JCVST HAY, BE
1NU one of the most dcslrsblo locations in the city
for" businc?3. Apply at W. H. CORWIN k CO.,
Novomber 3 No. 2G9 Ring street.
T7W)R RENT.-FOR RENT, A LARGE AND
JL* very dculrablo OFFICE ovor Hinhing UOUHO of P.
H. Kogloi*. Na 10 Broad-street. Apply to F. II. KEGLER.
October l8 _
TO RENT_HIE THREE STORY BRICK
RESIDENCE, otvit eldo of Mee ti n p-etr cot and ono
door HoutJi of Goorgo-utrcet. Is in thorough ropair, and
has been newly painted. October 16
FARMS TO RENT.-THE TRACT OF LAND
known oa tho Washington Race Course, containing
about sixty arreo, with tho farm adjoining, will bo rented
for two years from tho 1st December next.
Apply lo JOHN O. COOHRAN,
November 2 _ fmwC Troaiiuror.
TO RENT.-THE FINE THREE STORY
BRICK HOUSE, No. 14 Church atroot, with largo
elstern, pautrv, ko. Apply to .
October 20 fmw No. 2 Church street.
TO RENT, POSSESSION GIVEN ON THE
18th Instant, a part of a houso, consisting of throe
rooms, with large pantry, double piazzas to tho south,
kitchen with sleeping roon.? above, and largo atablo, sit
uatod in tho wcutorn part of tho city, south of Booui-ln
struct. To a rospoc' ribla family without children, tho
rent will ho very moderate. Apply to Courier Office.
ITlOR RENT, A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
on Reaufain, between Rutledge and Lynch streets,
containing nlno upright and two Garret Rooms, Cistern,
Carriago House, -tables, kc. Tho House Is famished
with Gas, and several plcocB of furniture may bo had
with tho House.
A small HOUfiK, with four Itoonm, near King street.
Apply at No. 80 Bcau-aln street
Novombcr 7 wfi
TO RENT-A CONVENIENT AND COMJIIO
DIOD9 DWELLING HOU8K, two stories, with ro
qi?Hlto ontbuiidings. Tho Houso boa eight rooms, with
double piazzas to the south, located lu a good neighbor
hood, nt the weet end of Warren street, adjoining tho
residence of L. C. Clifford, Esq. Thero is o good elstern
on the promises. Poatve-slon given immediately. Rent
moderate. For terms, .Vc, inquire of
BREWSTER & HPRATT,
Novombor 7 wita No. 08 Broad street.
npO RENT, AN ELEGANT AND HEAUTI
X FULLY LOCATED RBSIDENCE- That largo
and coromodioos r*_dence on northwest comer of
Gadsdon and Montagno streets, containing ton upright
and three large attic rooms, with spacious piazzas,
storeroom and pantry. On the promises aro an exten
sivo stablo and carriago houso, a ?ne throo-story kitchen,
fine well of -water, and a cistern containing 15,000 gallons.
The whole property is in perfect order, and tho Dwell
ing hoe boen roocntly painted. It hos an extensive vlow
of tho harbor, and is in all rospocts a first-class rosldcnoe.
Apply to JAMES ?VDGER k CO.
November 7 G
FOR SALE, A FINE NORTHERN MARE,
Bound, ftuit and very contle ta namesa or under tho
aaddlo. Apply at MoHUNNEY'S STABLES, Haael street.
November? _ _ _2*
TCV>R SALE OR RENT, ONE OF THIS MOST
JP dooirablo PEWS in tho middlo alalo of Grace Church.
For terms apply at No. 348 KINO STEHET, a few doom
bofow Calboun. wfi_i8* November 7
LTOtt SALE, A PORTABLE) STEAM EN.
JP GINE, eight bora? pawer, in good order. Apply to
D. O'NEILL k SONS.
Octoberjil_ _No. 367 King strect
AT I'RIVATE SALE, A STYLISH ?AUK
Brown "Black Hawk" HORSE, about six years oM.
For par?ouhuf- apply at this office, or No. ?0 COMING
A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND FOR
SALE-Having determined to give up farming, I
offer for salo my tract of land, known ae the VAUGHAN
VTLLE PLACE, five milos north of Chap-pell's Depot, con
taining 966 t-ores. There are on the plaoe two splendid
Dwelling Housoo, ono containing eleven rooms and fire
place?; the other, six rooms ; a good storehouse, newly
fitted up. Tho stand ia ono of tho beet in the Distrlot for
business. There aro eight framed Negro Houses, With
good brick chimnoye, a Blacksmith shop, Wood shop,
and all neoceaary outbuildings.
I will sell, with the place, all the Oom, Fodder, kc.
Farming ImplomonU, Wagons and Harneas. ?Also, about
forty head of fattening Hogs, stock Hogs and Cattle.
The above property can bo treated for at private ealo
until tho 16th day of December next.
Tonna-One-half cash; the balance on ono and two
years' credit- A. M. SMITH.
Novombor 7 6
HAS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE AND OFFICE TO
No. 191 MEETING-STREET, one door below
Wentworth-etroet. 3 xnwflS October 10
TT7"M. M. PELOT, AUCTION KEB, COMMISSION
W MERCHANT. REAL ESTATE and LAND AGENT,
baa removed bia office to the Charloeton Oom-iorci-l
OoUogo, No. 262 (in tho bend) BONG STREBT.
Novomber 8 _ 2
GEO. H. WALTER b CO., FACTORS AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, have removed their
Office from North Atlantla Wharf to Auger's Wharf.
November 6_ 6
EVANS Si GODBOLD,
TTiAOTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HAVE
JL1 removed dom No. l8 Vanderhoret Wharf to tho
coiuor of East Bay and Fraaor'a South Wharf, up stairs'
over the store of Mesuro. THOMPSON BROS.
fTtHE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM HI8 FRIENDS
X that ho has removed hie oflioo from No. M East Bay
to BOYCE b 00.*8 WHARF, where he wUl continue tho
FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS._
October 19 iunvia JAS. O. MOFFBTT.
CORNER QUEEN AND CHURCH STR., CHARLES
TON, S. O.
O. W. A J. B. DENNIS. PBOpniBTons.
rfnns SPLENDID HOTEL WILL BE OPENED ON
X THE FIRST OF OCTOBER, on the European sys
tom. It has boon ramodoUed and refumhihod through
out. This Hotel contains ovor ono hundred rooms,
which will bo roservod chiefly for tho use of travellers
and transient guosta. Compotent aaslatanta have boon
Bocurod tn ovory doparhnont, and evory attention will be
paid to insure comfort to their customers. The slooping
rooms are airy and olean. The restaurant will bo sup
plied with tho best Aire tho markot affords. Porters will
bo always ready to attend ?aob arrival and departure of
tialim. Tho travelling publio, transient visitors and
others, will find in it all tho luxuries of a fir-t-chuis
houso, oomblnod with the oomforts of homo. The loca
tion is finely adapted for business mon and travellon).
No pains or expenso will bo spared to givo entire satis
faction. _ wfm2mo September 12
WINYAR HOUSE, GEORGETOWN, S. C.
rpiLB SUIIS-BJCBEB, LATE OF -HA?LESTON, BEGS
to inform the travelling public that ho baa TIF-AHFT? THE
ABOVE HOUSE, which bo has thoroughly repaired aud
ronovatod. Visitors win find all tho aeeommodattooi o?
a FIRST CLAS8 ESTABLISHMENT.
A BILLIARD 8AI?OON and BAR, stocked with the
BEST IMPORTATION-, is attaobod.
HAlUlY L. i'..iti:i:i, ?.'x-pn-toT.
- Octobor_9^ _ lmo
VICTORIA HOTEL*. '
rOS HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It lias been remodelled and refurnished
throughout. Tho travelling publio, transient visit?n?, or
otharR, will find in itali tho luxuries of a FIBST-OLASS
ESTABLISHMENT, comblnod with the oomforta st
Tho locA?on te one of tho most airy and pleasant for
BThnmnr. A Hilliard Saloon tor tho lovel- of this health
ful exoroh? is attached. No _?__? or stpenism snared to
givo ontlro aatistao?on. V. OPIM-UAQX.
SOUTH CAROLINA RANGERS CHARI
THIS ASSOCIATION WILL CELEBRATE ITS AN
NIVBIISARY This (Friday) Evening, nt tho Masonic
Hull, at 7>i o'clock. Members and invited gnosts will
please bo punctual. W. W. PEMBERTON,
_NovrmbiirO_ 1 Secretary.
LA CANDEUR LODGE, NO. 3(1, A. F. M.
A REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
J\. will bu held 771 ij Evening, 'Mix Instant, at T.j
By order of W. II.
NovemberV) 1 Jos. SAMSON. Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER COM
PANY NO. I.
VTTKND AN EXTRA MEETING Ol' YOUR COM
PANY Tin's Evening. Uth Instant, ni K o'clock, pre
dimly, iii the Hull of the Charleston l-'ir? Engine Coiupuiiy.
JOSEPH HILTON, Foreman,
Novembern 1 C. II. k L. Co. No. I.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA M EWING OP YOUR COM
PANY Thi* Evening, at 7 o'clock precisely, on busi
ness ol' importance. Honorary and contributing mem
bers are specially requested lo attend.
By order. JOHN T. IIUMPIIKKT.H,
Novombor 9 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY WILL
be held This [Friday) Evening, Novomb.ir Mb, at
Iii o'clock. A punctual attendance ii requested, ns buri*
ness ofimportanoo will be submitted for consid?ration.
By order of tho Prosldont. S. HENTSCHN lilt.
Secretary Charlefton Firo Engine Company.
November 9 1
YOUNG AMERICA FIRE ENGINE COM.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM
PANY on To-Morroxo (Saturday) Evening, at Market
Hall, at 8 o'clock precisely. A full attendanco is desired,
as business of importance will bo presented.
By order. W. W. nART.
November 9 3 Secretary Y. A. F. K. Co.
GRAND LODGE OF ANCIENT FREE
MASONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF THE MOST
Worshipful Grand Lodgo of Ancient Freemasons of
South Carolina, wUl bo boldon at Masonic Hall, Charles
ton, ou Tuesday, BOth Novombor, 1800, commencing ot
WorehipfiU Maiftcni, and Wardens or Delegates of sub
ordinate Lodges, Grand Officers, and Post Masters, will
take due notice and govoru themselves accordingly.
A. O. MACKEY. M. D.,
November 6 mwf7 Grand Secretary.
i; ii -Columbia papera jilease copy.
PORT ROYAL. RAILROAD.
A MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS WILL BE
held at 11 o'clock A. M. ou tho 14th proximo, at the
Swallow Havannah Church, near Allendale, for the trans
action Of business of vital i ni portan re.
By order of tho Directors.
October 25 M J. C. DAVANT, Secretary.
PRIVATE BOARD-FAMILIES, SINGLE
Gentlemen and Day Boarders can bo accommodated
at No. CO ICING STREET, between Broad and Trodd
streets. 8* November 8
PRIVATE HOARD CAN BE OBTAINED
at No. Ti HABEL STREET. 6? November 6
BOARD tVANTED, IN A PRIVATE FAMI
LY, where thora aro no boarders. Address, stating
torms and placo of residence, "L. W." Daily News Office.
NO. 9 GEORGE STREET.
80H0?LS, COLLEGE^ &o.
REV. DR. LORD'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES, ooraer Mooting and Chartotto streets,
will bo oponed again for tho reception of pupils on tho
1st of October nest. AU the brunches of a 11 boral and
polite education are taught. Tho Junior pupils form
a sup-irato department, and receive particular attonti on.
Angust 17 _ f
riTOE SUBSCRIBERS, ON MONDAY NEXT, NOVEM
X DER 6th, will open a NIGHT SCHOOL at the Free
Softool Building, on Meeting-street, near Mary, at which
wUl be Unght BOOK-KEEPING, WRITING, MATHE
MATICS and ENGLISH. Tonne moderate.
A shoro of tho publie patronage is rcspootfnlly (so
Apply at tho SCHOOL daily, betwocn the honra of 9 A.
M. and 2 P. M.; after 3P. M., at No. C7 OOMING-STRIiET,
near Oalhoun. A. DOTY, Jn.
October SO too L. SHERFE8EE.
OOLOOCK Si HUTSON.
mHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE FORMED A OOPART
X NERBHIP, and wUl practice In the Oourts of Law
and Equity in tho Districts of Beaufort, Barnwell and
Colleton. Office at GUUsonville, the seat of justice for
Beaufort District. Address will bo at Charleston until
16th December. W. F. OOLCOCK.
November 6 tuf4 C. J. C. HUTSON.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE
new Constitution o? the 8tato of South Carolina, the
Polls will bo opened on Tuesday neat, the 18th lust., at
their different precin.-ts, between the hours of 9 A. M. and
4 P. M., for tho election of ONE REPRESENTATIVE for
the House of Representatives of tho Stato to supply tho
placo of F. D. Richardson, Esq., he having accepted a
disqualifying office. Immediately on the close of tho
polia the votes shall be counted and the election de
Ward No. 1 at the City HalL
Word No. 2 at the Courthouse.
Ward No. 3 (First Poll) at the Market.
Ward No. 3 (Second Poll) at Palmetto Engine House,
Ward No. 4 (First Poll) at tho Hope Engine House,
Ward Na 4 (Second Poll) at the Engine Hou.se oorner
of George and College streets.
Ward No. 5 at tho Eagle Englno House, Moeting-street
Ward No. 0 at the Washington Engine House, Vandcr
Ward No. 7 at tho Engine Honso in Columbus-street.
Ward No. 8 at Wiley's Wagon Yard, King-street.
No person qu-dlflod to voto shall bo permitted to vote
in moro than ono Election District, and tho Managers
will administer to every person or persons so otl'oring to
vote the following oath : "I do solemnly swear or affirm
(as the case may bo) that I have not voted at this ?lection
for Representative In any other District, and that I am duly
qualified to vote. So help mo God." The Constitution
provides that every voter shan bo a free whito man, who
has attained tbe age of twonty-ono years, and that ho is
not a pauper, nor a non-oommlssionod officer or private
soldier of tho army, nor a seaman or a marino of tho
navy of the United States; ho sholl for two years noxt
preoodlng tho day of election have been a citizen of th.*
State, or for the sams period on emigrant from Europe,
who has declared his intentions to become a ellison of
the United States, according to the Constitution and laws
of the United States j he shall have resided in the State
for at leant two years next preceding the day of ejection,
and for the last six months of the timo in tho District in
which bo offers to voto. If any person leaves his horns
in this State, be does not loso the right of residence by
temporary absence, with tho In ton ti on of returning; but
if ono has lils horn? and his family in another State, the
prcccnco of snob person, although continued for two
years in the State, gives no right to vote.
WAHI) MO. 1.
CHARLES LOVE, | H. W. SCHRODER.
T. HEYWARD TUAYER.
Winn no. 2.
JNO. R. HORSEY, I M. BOLGER,
IL H. ALBRRS.
WAEU KOL 3-1ST FOIX.
TH06. P. OTIEALL, I A. J. TIMMONS,
ROBERT E. BROWN.
0. T. K. RODGERS.- I JAS. W. HARRISSON,
? WAHD NO. 4-1ST POIX.
C. W. BINGLEY, | SAMUEL WEBB.
& B. WELSH.
JAMES OILLILAND, I S. L. MoOWEN.
W. J. AXSON.
WA&D HO. 0.
PETER O QUERRY, I H. T. SUR AU.
LEWIS V. MARTIN.
WAIID no. 6.
T. LADSON WEBB, JB. AUO. SANDERS,
M. T. BARTLETT.
w&nn no. 7.
3. T. SYMES, I T. ANCRUM OONDY.
E. 0. TilARIN.
wann no. 8.
W. W. RILEY, | W. M. MOLEN,
JOS. A. TORLAY.
Novombor 9_0HARLEB LOVE, Chairman.
BOUNTY-ALL SOLDIERS WHO EN
LISTED In 1061, 1802, 1803, 1864 and 1368,
u" d served two or throo years, or were discharged on ac
count of wounds; and tho widows, children or parents of
such soldi ero who diod In Porvlce,
OAN NOW OBTAIN ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS AD
DITIONAL BOUNTY AND A PENSION.
AD widows drawing ponnlans aro now entitled to an ln
croaao of two dollar? por month for each child.
I hare received official forren and instructions, and ran
BOUIO tboso claims without delay if claimants will call at
anos. No foes required In advance.
Poraotw roaidlng at m distance can havo the noocssary
papare sont them on application by lot tor.
Addroea T. HURLEY,
V. 8. USflHSod Claim Agent.
NO. 180 Meeting street,
ObartMfcra, 6. O.
TUE REV. JOHN HEYS, FORMERLY A MlftKlONARY
to Arrica, wiU Lecture liefern the Y. M. L. A., nt tho lec
ture Room of the Wentworth strct Methodist Chup'b
on TAi.? Evening, at 1*4 o"cIock.
AIBIURHIOU- M CENTS.
By order of B. A. BOSEIIAV. M. 1).. YicivPrcwdcn.
.1. W. WU.KIN80N
November 9 2* Secretory Y. M. !.. A
STEAM FIRE ENGINES 01? THIS CITV.
TO TAKE PLACE ON
WKDMEHDAV, NOVEMBER 1?, I0G6.
COMPANIES, wrrn THEIR ESCORT, TO ASHKM
DLE on Citadel Groen at 11 A. M. Lino to bo formed by
Chief and Assistants, ocxjrdltifi to ihnrters. .Playing to
take place from tho drain-pit al the luteriicclion of Broad
and Meeting stivets, on U?e platform covered with saw
Each Company to play through BO or 100 fout of lioeo, at
their discretion ; distance to be measured from Um noz
zle, and to play through any tazo no.'.r.Ie. Companies to
carry what stoam Uioy desire. Each Company to be
allowed a half hour to play altar the suction is down, and
His Honor the Mayor, neulstod by the Clark of tin
Board, to measure the distance, which shall be a SOLED
BODY OF WATER ONLY.
Presidents R. 8. Duiuu and J. Tnoucur. respectfully
requested to koep time.
Tho Volunteer Hand Engines ore rospoctfully requested
to participate in tho Parado, as an escort to tho Steam
His Honor the Mayor and Aldermen are rcspoctfutty
requested to Join the procession.
ORDER OF PLAYTNO OFF :
By resolution of the Presidents of tho Steam lire
Companies. M. H. NATHAN,
November 0 S Chief Fir? Department.
NEW GOODS, NEW GOODS,
ML, WEBE & CO.,
NO. 287 KHSTS- STREET.
TI7"E DEO LEAVE TO INFORM OUR FRIENDS AMD
VV the publie that wo have quito rooovered from the
shock of tho late fire, having received lurg? additions In
Stock to each deportment.
We aro stiR running off some Goods at very low prioa?,
which ore very desirable.
Wo would oaQ special attention to some very de
A FULL LINE OF BLACK CLOTH CLOAKS, M*W
A NEW LOT OF FRENCH KID GLOVES for Gen*
and Ladies; warm Gloves for Winter.
PLANTATION BLANKETS In oU quaUtles
ENGLISH D?FFILL BLANKETS
ENGLISH PLAINS AND KERSEYS, aB Wool
8UPERIOR BED BLANKETS, in all slzee and ?uaUtiea.
REAL WELCH FLANNELS.
IN EVERY QUALITY, RANGING FROM 83 TO 76 OMfA
Consumere will find it to their advantage to oaB ant
examine tho above mentionod Goods.
Wo will guarantee to sell all Goods at oa LOW PRIGM
as they can bo bought In tho city.
All ot the above Gooda will bo sold at low priooe, by
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King street.
November 7 _
MRS. C. MAULE,
No. 4Q2 KING STREET,
(3 Doors Southeast or Oslbonn street^
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE ASSORTMENT CCtf
BONNIin?8 AND FLATS, OF THE LATflB?
STYLUS; RIBBONS, VELVETS, FLO WEBS AMD
AN ASSORTMENT OF CORSETS; all of whloh tho
public gonendly are respectfully in vi tod to oaUandas
amlno before purchasing elsewhere.
N. B.-Country ordora PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
English White Flannels,
HEAVY ENGLISH WHITE FLANNELS, FOT?
JAMES B. BETTS,
November 8 8 NO. 263 KING-STREET.
I^NGLIBH DUFFIL AND COLORED BLANKHHA
li Also, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN RED BLAS
KET8. For solo low by
JAMES B. BETTS,
Novembers ? NO. 253 KING-STREBL
IOW PRICED CLOTHING, SUITABLE POR FRBBB.
j MEN, from 14 to ?10 n still, to wblch we invito tim
ottcntioii of Merchants, Factors and Plantors.
EDWIN BATES & CO.,
November 7 SO No. 124 MEETING 8TR1UWI.
KBR8EY8, SATINETS, BLANKET8. FLANNHH1.
luid other Low Woollens, for plantation ma 4rr
EDWIN BATES & Co.,
NovombcrT 80 No. 121 MEETING 8TRRI?T.
rpHB SUBSCRIBED? DEO LEAVE TO INFORM
A their frlunds and Uio publlo that thoyhavo orarte*
a STEAM ENGINE for the porpono of Ginning art?
Ealing long and Short Golton, on Boret f'n Wnarf, n*oi
N. V- Railroad Depot. All orders ontruslod to thou ?CR
bo attended to with dlsputoli.
Ootobet-31- Mia O'HRAR, FKNWIOK A Oft