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MIRLITON DAILY NEWS,
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-a? 4 a?
Gold closed in Now York yostorday at 43}.
Tho Jamaica Cum mit te o in London Lavo resolved
to indict Gov. Eyre for murder.
The Liberals besieging Aoapulco, in Mexico,
have rcocivod a battery of riilo.l cannon from San
-Francisco, accompanied by twelve veteran Ameri
Tho cable announces that tho pending questions
botweon the United States and Messrs. Fhaheb,
Tnr.Nnoi.M & Co. have beon Bottled, and tho prop
erty in disputo turned ovor to the latter.
At Bridgeport, Conn., the Roman Catholics are
erecting a cathedral to seat four thousand persons,
at a oost of $150,000.
Congress Hall, a new and magnificent hotel, in
coorso of erection at Saratoga Springs, will not bo
finished until 18(18.
A proposal has been made to unite under ono
government tho city of Boston and the adjoining
town of Roxbury.
Mr. Hiram Woodruff avers that he has a horse,
now in training, which will bo far superior to Dexter,
and whioh has already ruado a qnartor of a milo in
lie turns to the General Land Offico show that
during tho month, of October 22,446 acres of the
public lands were sold in tho Stato of Florida for
actual settlement under the homestead law.
Tho nu m bor of deatliB in New York last weok
vas 391, of which 87 were from zymotic diseases.
Tho number of deaths in Brooklyn was 180, of
which 29 woro from consumption.
The Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce have
tendi.?rod to tho city, as a gift, tho old Wm. Penn
mansi?n, with certain provisos, which tho corpora
tion have promised to fulfill as nearly as possihlo
Col. Shaitner, of Kentucky, is in Washington
presenting to the Government the feasibility of his
plan of removing tho rocks at Hell Gate by means
of nitro-glycoriuo, which ho has already used with
success at tho Hoosac Tunnel.
Wm. Redin, Esq., ono of the oldest and most
eminent members of tho Washington bar, died at
bJB rosidonce in Goorgotown on Friday last. Mi*.
Redin was born in Cambridgeshire, England, in
1791, and sottlod in Goorgotown in tho year 1818.
A terrific gale visited Lake Ontario on Sunday,
in whioh two schoonors woro totally wrecked and
five considerably damaged. The schooner Worth
ingion wont ashore at Cleveland, Ohio, on Sunday
night, and three men woro drowned whilo attempt
ing to roeoue tho crow, who woro all saved.
Tho Now York Iferala'a Havana correspondence
is dated Novombcr 6. The oustomary reception
was given to Manzano, the now Captain-General,
on bis arrival. His first proclamation ovinccs a
Bottled determination to suppress the slave trade.
Tho bark Onward, recently arrived at San Fran
cisco, brings news from tho Rusoian-Amorican
Telegraph Expedition to August 22. Tho mon of
tho oxpodition woro housed for tho winter at
Petropaulovsky. Colouol Bolkxey would probably
arrive in San Francisco noxt month. Count
Anabo?t, the Russian Commissioner, had gono to
Tho Freodmen's Buroau ia advised by its Doputy
Commissioner for Tonnessee, that tho rcl&tions-of
tho whites and freodmon in that Stato aro satis
factory. That the local Courts aro adjudicating
in all casoa that arise between tho contestants
with impartiality, and that tho negro farm hands
receive thoir thirty dollars por month with general
Tho Horning Star, tho third missionary ship
built by tho American Board of Foreign Missions,
eailod from Boston Monday, on Hb first voyage.
Tho interesting ovont was colebratod by appro
priate religious sovvicos, in which Rov. DrB. An
dersoh, Binouam, Meabs, and -Rev. N. G. Clark
and Rev. F. R. Hooked took part. This ship was
built by tho contributions of Sabbath school
children. Her pros ont destination is tho Sandwich
A Richmond papor says : ''Wo learn that cotton
can be and has successfully been cultivated olso
whoro than in North Carolina, and what woro for
merly termed par excellence tho 'Cotton States.'
Dr. lit, vin Burwell is now picking his crop on
tho Turkey Island tract, on Jainoa River, about
fifteen miloa below tho oity. Tho Doctor soodod
throe hundred and ten acros, and will realize to
tho aero two hundred and twenty-fivo pounds of
fino cotton. This is tho first crop of this staplo
that has boon raisod on tho lower James for the
past thirty yoars, and if it can bo thus successful
ly raisod by a young farmor on ono of tho James
River ostatoa, why cannot it be dono by older hoads
who own larger tracts ?"
William Duooan, ono of tho Toronto prisonors,
was acquitted on Mondav last. A number of Irish
strangers wcro notiooable in tho court room, and
it is thought thoy intend assisting in tho forcible
reload o of tho condomnod prisonors. Sonator Mi
ch ah r. MunriiY de ni os having written the lot tor ro
centiy attributed to him, in which ho said tho
Irish had adhered to thoir enemies by voting tho
Democratic tiokot. Affidavits havo been made in
Buffalo charging Acting Master William G. Mon
jU0, of tho oto m xr Michigan, with being a Brit is h
1 spy. Considorablo ill feeling still exists among
, tho Catholics in regard to tho jury's partiality to
wards tho Protestant Fonians. Tho prosont term
of tho Toronto Court will close on Saturday, and
another will commonco on Monday, whon objec
tions may bo tiiado to tho rulings of Justice Wil
bon in tho caso of Lynch, McMahon, and tho other
jCQT All communications intended for ?niblication in
this journal must be addressed lo Vie Editor ofUic
Daily News, No. 18 llayne-slroel, Cfiartcstoii,S. U.
Business Communications to Publisher of Daily
Wccannot undertake to return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IG, 18G6.
We publish this morning a oommunioation
from the pen of a well-known and influential
Charleston merchant, on the subject of through
( eights, whicli we call attention to. Wo pub
lish also a great variety of interesting matter
on our inner pages.
TUE COLUMBIA AND IIAMBUG RAILROAD.
The Charlotte Railroad wants an oxtonsion
of its line to Augusta, and this extension is
called the Columbia and Hamburg Railroad.
It oommences a mile or two below Columbia,
und will probably end ten or twolvo miles
below Augusta. The newspapers in both cities
arc discussing the question of benefits to be
derived nnd money to be subscribed. Columbia
has given $33,000 in good money, and now
asks if the road cun't be brought into the town?
We think it will not, because its projectors have
other objects in view. Again, the line of the
road is run to tiranitcvillo, and it is hoped that
some plan will be devised lo get the South
Carolina Railroad to help out the twelve or
more mileB lo Augusta; but the South Carolina
Railroad has paid, first and last, half a million
of dollars, or so, for privileges at and near
Augusta, and 'tis writ in the bond that boforo
any other Railroad can sharo thcBo privileges,
such Railroad must refund the South Carolina
Railroad, with interest. If Augusta subscribes,
it will be to enter Ihe field of litigation, on a
scale large enough to satisfy any reasonable
ambition, for the South Carolina Railroad sees
in this extension of (ho Charlotte Road a blow
at Charleston and the State, as well as to itself
and to interests of great consideration in Augusta.
Wc share with the Constitutionalist in its expose
of the plan to get Augusta to subscribe to the
stock in good bonds or money, and then have
this covered immediately by bonds which other
people are to buy.
When we add that the topography of the
country is impracticable for this road on a di
rect line to Hamburg, and- that necessity com
pels this deflection to Graniteville, and that the
road, to be available, must make terms with the
South Carolina Railroad, tho prospect of the
probable value of its stock, when it shall have
accommodated itself to the requirements which
will of right be fairly imposed upon it, is not
THE REBELLIO US SPIRIT OF THE SO UTII.
It is (he common and constant ory of jour
nals at the North (hat the South is still rebel
lious, and tho Tribune, in the following, utters
the idea which they find it convenient and pro
fitable to express, whatever bo the real opinion,
if any, which they entertain upon the subject:
"Encouraged by the President, and misled by
tho promiBOB of tho Northern Democrats, tho ro
b?is affect to consider as dishonorable an ofTor
which, at tho end of tho war. they would have been
too happy to accept. Mr. Johnson has drawn thorn
up in battlo array, and their allios in tho rebellion
stand with thorn as of old. Tho Sonth still pre
sents a united front to tho North, and is as ready
to fight now as it was in 18G1?more roady, perhaps
having moro trust in its weapons. With tho Presi
dent willing to do its bidding, it is prepared to
moot tho issue with Congress, and trusts, as it did
through tho war, that by long stubbornness it will
tiro out tho North, and oompol it to submit. The
commercial interests of the Freo States, it believes,
will compel an adjustment upon any conditions;
Northern merchants may like principio, bnt they
love money; the North will yiold at last, finding
that tho South will not. In this faith, tho rebol
States aro proporod to stay out of tho Union until
they can re-enter upon thoir own terms."
The ground for this opinion they affect to
find in tho general refusal at the South to ac
cept the Congressional Amendment, and we re
gret to see the feeling entertained by men of
respectability, even among ourselves, that we
have not dono yet enough; that we have yet the
hardihood to aet as though our bouIb wero our
own, and, in doing so, to incur the greater
wrath an irritated Radicalism may be pleased
to pour upon us.
To Buoh expressions from organs al tho North
wc havo no reply to make. We could not ap
pease them by showing thoir strictures are un
just. It is their trade to find the evidences of
a diabolical disposition. They could not be
convinced to tho contrary; and they would not,
if they could. And perhaps no single aot could
so inspire them with a focling of inappcasablo
malignity as would that of showing them that
they have no cause for malignity at all. They
demand a sentiment of allegiance, but not to
tho Government of the United States. They
demand it to them, as tho masters of that gov
ernment, and they demand that, acknowledging
tho obligation of allegiance, we shall exhibit,
also, tho ovidonoe that wo havo failed in its per
formance), and thus, therefore, that whilo wo
shall bo their cortain victims, we shall do them
the further pleasure of showing that their in
flictions aro just. In tho condition of tho kid
that muddied the stream below the wolf, wo
havo no motive to propitiate opinion. Extenu
ation is outrage. Our unpardonablo offence ?b
in the fact that wc present tho object against
whioh their forces may bo trained?the plun
der with tho hopes of which thoir parly cohe
sion may be purchased; and boforo such au
thority, it wero scarcely consistent with sanity
or rospoot in Southern men to enter a defence.
As the aotion of that party, should it como to
powor, would be utterly irrespective of tho at
titudo or merits wo exhibit, it were becoming in
us to await results, and not fatigue ourselves with
posture making and pretences whioh, if pleas
ant to them, can not by any possibility be pro
fitable to ourselves. ?
For the fooling of our own peoplo, however,
wo have more respect. Thoy share tho fortunes
-of tho country, and aro also involved, there
fore, iu the consequences of our conduct.? But
what more than wc have done would they have
?b do? Shall tho political lenders of the South
retire from public life? Thnt they htivc done.
There is not. one of them, within our knowledge,
who Mpires lo office, or would ucccpt it, but
from the conviction th:it it is incumbent on him
to discharge its duties. Shall wc say that our
adversarios were right and we were wrong ?
Against that it is a conclusive argument that
theroisuoLoncof them who would believe uh, anil
the pleasure they would find in an abasement
ho profound as (o acknowledge a merit in thein
that in thoir hearts they do not claim?a wrong
in oursclvcB they know wo havo noL done?will
Hcarccly move them to mitigate afflictions upon
victim* so ready to reccivo them. Shall wo ad
mit of negro suffrage Y That will not appcaso
thorn. They want u causo of complaint, not
compliance, and this conceded, Lhcy will find
that cause in something olso. Shall we accept
tho Constitutional Amendment-, and admit,
thcrcforo, the right of that parly to mould the
Constitution to its plcaaurb, and Lu effect, thorc
foro, accept the despotism it assumes? That
will bo but un cry for mercy, und is that moro
potent than ju?tice to protect us? or if that
party had no sonso of justice, no respect for
tho Constitution, tho prostige, glories, and tra
ditions of tho country?if it has been instant,
as it suroly has, at every period and placo of
its history and progresa, to exhibit tho lowest
tastes, the most brutal instincts?if it shall al
ways have a repudiated decency and virtue,
nnd tolerated only vulgarity and vico?is it
certain or supposablc that it. has retained the
gentle attribute of mercy? or is it so certain it
will triumph over the government, that in ad
vance wc muit hail it as the victor.' The
Fresident has taken his stand upon the Consti
tution. Ho exhibits yet the purpose to vindi
cate the integrity of the Union. lie has yet
the power to do so. Ho is commandor-in-chief
cf an army which, if he Bhall have sufficient in
tellectual intrepidity, must obey him. He has
charged that the act of a party, in changing
tho Constitution to its will, is an act of usurpa
tion; and that that act, whatever be its merits, is
one to be resisted. IJe has, therefore, right
and power upon his side; and is it certain that
he will fail? or so certain that, wo arc warrant
ed in running from the fortunes of his falling
house? or if this is to be done?if the dirt- is
to be eaten, what are we to bo paid for it ?
We arc not proud or rebellious. Our struggle
has been made in vindication of a cause wc
conceived to be right, and thnt failing, wc are
willing to confess our inability to do more, and
to accept of power in any form in which it may
come upon us; and we have that regard for our
lives, which are still a trust, and the well-being
of our families, that if aots are required of us
for which any fair consideration is offorcd, we
would perform them. We arc ready to work,
cheerfully, for the conditions of a material wc?l
being, and would scruple at little, not positively
vioious or immoral, that would help us to that
end. But what are we to gain by prostration
before the Radical party at tho North ? An ex -
emption from greater severities of oppression ?
They cannot spare us. They arc not sut juris.
A party, impelled by the rude instincts of a
mass, must roll on to the physical impediment
sufficient to resist it. Its leaders are power
less to restrain it. There is no promise, if
made, that they could keep; their lives would
be scarcely safe if they should speak for mercy
or venture to stand in the track to plunder.
They have made no promises?they ask pros
tration merely;?or if they had, they could not
keep them; and unless that party shall break to
division in the spoils, or be arrested by the
Government, our weak propitiations would be
vain, as Eastern incantations to a pestilence, to
arrcBt its desolating course. To those of our
friends, then?and wc arc willing to esteem them
such, and honest in their purposes?who com
plain that wc arc not sufficiently humblo and
complacent, we have only to say that wc have
no sufficient motive to be more so. Our for
tunes are not under our control, and, in our
conception, wo have nothing left us but to be
passive and await results with propriety and
Tin: Senate is composed at present of thirty
eight Radicals and thirteen Democrats and
ConBorvatives. The noxt is likely to have forty
one Radicals and ten Democrats. The new
Senators, thus far, arc the Hon. Cornelius
Cole of California, the Hons. J. S. Fowler and
David T. Patterson of Tennessee (who have
taken iheir seats), A. 0. Cattei.l of New Jersey
(prcsont Congress), and H. W. Corbett of Ore
gon. Only one of these, Senator Patterson,
the President's 8on-in-law, is a Democrat. The
complexion will bo further changed by tho
election of a Democratic Senator in Maryland
to fill the place of the Hon. J. A. J. Cresswell,
Radical, whose term expires next year ; and in
Pennsylvania and New JcrBey by tho choice of
Radicals in place of tho Hons. Edoar Cowan
and Wm. Wrigiit, DomooratB, the latter de
oeased. John Evans and Jero&ie B. Chavpee
ore the Senators chosen from the proposed new
State of Colorado, and Thob. W. Tipton and
Qen. John U. Thayer, those chosen from that
of Nebraska. These four Territorial Senators
are Radicals. Should those Territories be ad
mitted as Slates in tho next Congress, the Radi
cal Btrongth will be forty-fivo members.
Mr. Sbward.?Tho Radicals are taunting
Mr. Seward npt a littlo. His prophecy of 40,
000 majority in Now York for Hoffman is the
occasion of much joking. Tho New York Her
ald, which is serving Radicalism with a now
born zeal, assails him with especial delight.
It saya that tho old-CBtablishod firm of "Weed
St Seward," "onoo doing a lucrativo business,
has at last gone to pieces, and is hopclosafy and
helplessly bankrupt." It adviaea Mr. Seward
to leave tho Cabinet ami givo plaoo to a '?vigor
ous, earnept man," in tho State Department.
Tho Radioals had better not aggravate? Mr.
Sbward. He is a man of tho sharpest sagaci
ty and tho keenest mal ico. Ho is withal one of
the coolest and most deliberate of mon. Ho is
reported to havo said : "They think I am worn
out; I shall teach them something different be
foro tho year has passod."
Tub Mobile courts have decided (hat when a
man steals cotton ifs value muBl bo reckoned in
specie, to decide whether it be grand larceny
and a felony, or only a misdemeanor. A man
had stolen five hundred und ni?o pounds of
cotton, which was worth $12<"i in greenbacks,
twenty-five dollars more than grand larceny
theft, but only eighty-three in specie, so that
(he thief la only guilty of a misdemeanor, und
gets off by paying $200 fine instead of* going to
waw?????waiaiiai laiaw .
The End of the JtraixL Will Case.?The Now
York Herald, of Tuesday, Bays in roforouco to this
celebrated ease :
The celebrated Jnmol will case c.amo to trial yes
terday in too Supromo Court, Circuit, before Justice
JoBoph F. Barnard, and, aft or an ojiouing Btato
niout by Mr. O Conor for lito plaintiff, tho tea imo
uy of several witncssoB on both sidos, including
INLr. Nelson Chase, tho principal plaintiff, and Rev.
I. Howard S ?ith, Um* principal dof.-ndant, and a
cbargo by tho Justico, tho caso was tmbmitlcd to
tho jury who, aftor a fow minutoH' consultation, ro
turucd into court with a verdict in favo of the
Elm nt iff on all tho issues framed. Mr. O'Conor in
unatod his. willingness to hav tho jury find a
supplementary ?statement oxoalpating Itov. J. How
ard Smith from having used any coercion, fraud or
undue infltionco in obtaining tho "xouution of
Madame Jtunol's will?sot uuitlo by this verdict,?
but th" jury declined to do bo. Tho cose had been
actually Bottled botwoo : the parties boforo coming
into court, and tho trial was only gouo through as
a necessary formality. It is undotstood that un
der this auttlomout, $88,500 is tu bo paid by Mr.
Noleon tJlmm? of which $10.000 goon to tho ltov. J.
Howard Smith, $10,000 to tho church at Carinano
villo; tho various roligious and o laritablo oouiotica
aro to got tho sums rospootivoly assignod to thorn
in the will, and tho balanco is to bo divided up
nmonpt tho lawyers. Tho heirs-at-la-v got $10,000,
and tho outato passe? into tho possession of Mr.
The following from tho Atlanta Prices Current,
will bo an item of interest to plantors and others
handling cotton :
Tito supply of bagging and ropo io ample, but
not in cxeosB, and price3 aro well sustained. We
have no chango to notice As an offort haB been
made to intruduco iron-Lie:), as a substitute for
balo ropo, in packing cotton, wo doom it but fair to
tho cotton producing public to lay boforo it tho
following extract fr m tho circular of a reliable and
highly responsible firm in Liverpool, which con
clusively settle? tho question of tho comparative
merits of tho iron-tie and balo rope. Tho groat
superiority of tho ropo over the iron tio, in all that
interests tho cotton growor, muat bo bo apparent
as to compol him to discard theiron-tio altogether.
Tho Livoi"poo? circular says :
"Allxocf taro ot four por cent, on Amorican ropo
bound cottou, whilo upon iron-bound cotton, an
actual ture of from ten to twolvo pounds por bale
(tho weight of tho, iron) is assessed, and in addi
tion, a rogular taro of throe por cent."
Under those ciroumstoncos, iron-hooped cotton
is subjected to a loss of from six to eight pounds
per balo moro than when baled with ropo, which,
at SO cents por pound for cotton, tho now rate in
Liverpool, makes a difference in favor of ropo of
near ?2.40 per bale, in specie
It is also stated that buyers in tho Eastern cities
oro discriminating in favor of rope-baled cotton, at
about fifty per cent, per balo, owing to the fact
that tho old rope ia valuable for paper stock, whilo
tbo old iron tie.-) or hoops aro considered worthless.
Those aro oonsideratious for the planters to inves
tigate, and thoy aro tho ones on whom tho loss
must ultimately fall from tho ase of iron-tics in
stead of bolo rope.
A CoNrnintmoN fbom Mbs. Jeff. Davis to tue
Washington and Lee Association.?The Norfo.k
Virginian contains the following paragraph : "We
announce with extreme gratification and pleosuro
that Mrs*. Jhffeuson Davis has prosentod to tho
Washington and Lee Association, through Mrs.
Dr. Fahbah, of this city, an elegant and costly set
of Fronch jowels, to ho dispoaod of as tho Associa
tion may decido for its bonofit. This tribute from
aire. Davis, in this the necessitous hour of her
own and husband's affliction, stamps hor ns the
uoblost of hor box, and the gift will be cherished
and prized more highly for tho gift-maker and the
memories that cluster about the jewels, than for
tho intrinsic value of tho jewels themselves,
though they are quito costly. Tho jewels will form
one of tbo chief attractions of tho fair of tho Wash
ington and Leo Association, to bo hold in this city
in May next."
HOUSE SERVANT.--WAN'I'KH, A GOOD
HOUSE SERVANT, who can come well recom
mended Apply at No. 23 BROAD STREET.
November 10 fm2
WANTED.?TWO ROOMS, IN A CENTRAI.
location, near this olHco; rent will fon punctually
paid and roforencca givou. Apply at this Offlce.
WANTED, TWO HUNDRED CORDS OF
YELLOW PINE and one hundred of SPLIT O.VK,
to bo delivered on some landing adjacent to the city, or it
tho city. Partios must state particulars. Address H. L.,
Box No. 446 Post?nico. a* November 16
WANTED, RY A YOUNG WOMAN, A
SITUATION as seamstress and nursery govern
ess, either in tho city or country. Good recommenda
tions can bo givon. Apply at No. 10 AlKEN'S ROW.
November 16 ftnw3*
A DRUGGIST WANTED.?TO ONE HAV
ING experionco and a thorough fcnowledno of tbo
Drug business, a liberal salary will be paid. None but
those fully competent nood apply. Address Lock Box
No. 00, Poitofuoo. 1 Novumbor 16
WANTED.?A COMPETENT HOUSE SER
VANT. Oortiflcuto of character required. White
preferred. Apply at this ofilec November 14
ESTIMATES WANTED FOR PAINTING
Roof of the Citadel Square Church and Lecture
Room. Ettlmatcs must bo handed In on or before tho
17th inst. Address WILLIAM a HENEREY,
November 14 8 Chairman Committee on Repairs,
CABINETMAKERS WANTED AT MACK
EY k HAK Kit's Furniture Warerooms, A tiger Bond
ing, corner of King and Market streets.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE lalFE AND
CAMPAIGNS OF GENERAL (STONEWALL) JACK
SON, by Professor It. L. Dabnoy. D.D., of Virginia.
Tho Standard Biography of tho Immortal lloro. Tho
only edition authorized by his widow, and published for
hor pecuniary bonoflt. The author, a personal friend
and Cliiof of Staff of the Christian Boldier. Wo want an
Agent In every county. Bend fur uiroulurs and boo our
terms, and what tho Press says of tho work.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHINa CO..
Corner 7th and Main streets, Richmond, Vu.
Octobor 10 lmo*
rriAKEN UP THURSDAY, A LARGE RED
I COW, on our place. She destroyed our crop, and
tho owner must coino forward, pay oxpouscs and toko
her away. Apply at Washington Itoco Course, to JULI
US MAYRANT A: WARING. November 12
FEW BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
DATED by applying at No. 61 UASEL STREET.
November 12 8*
A PRIVATE FAMILY HAVING THREE
well fnniishcd Rooms, desires to tako a Family to
HOARD Apply at No. 26 Anaon street.
NO. 9 GEORGE STREET.
STOLEN FROM Ko. 37 CANNON STREET,
on tho night of tho 10th, a large Sorrel Homo; white
faco; very little mano; a little crestfallen, and wart on
tho right cor. A liberal roward will bo paid for his de
livery at CHRISTOPHER'S WAGON YARD, King street,
November 14 wmn4*
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNESHIP.
rmE FIRM OF WEBB & SAGE 18 DISSOLVED BY
X mutual oonsont. WM. L. WEBB,
WM. M. SAGE.
Charleston, November 16th, 1866.
WILL DE ADVANCED TO DISCHARGED B0LDIER8
In sums of Two Dollars; and to families actually
?uflbrlng, a larger advanoo will be made. Bounties to
Orphans will bo OOLLBCTED WITHOUT CHARGE.
Boo Discharged Soldiers In another oclumu of this paper.
November 8 ?wxoaA*
GRAND LODGE! OF ANCIENT FREE
MA8ON8 OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF TUE MOST
Worshipful Orand Lodge of Ancient Freemasons of
booth Carolina, will be holden at Masonic Hall, Charles
ton, on Tuesday, 2Utb November, 180C, commencing at
Worshipful Masters, and Wardens or Dole-rates of sub
ordiujito lodges, Orand Onicers, and Past Masters, will
toko due notice and govern themselves eoOTdiogly.
A. O. MACKF.V, M. I)..
November 0 mwf7 Orand Secretary.
_____Ma papers please copy.
GRU?AN siiUCTZl'V. CLUB.
A ORNERAI. MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE
Ooriuaii Eugino iiouso on Friday nest, tbn llitb
instant, at half-pant 2 o'clock P. M., for tbn olocthm of
Directors, and for tho transaction of other btuduen.
Tlio members aro rcquosto?! to bo punctual in their
??tlcntlanoe, and to eonio propnrod to pay ow? year'n
arrears The repairs of tbo Schiiotzrii placo brins now
noirly romplctod, Uio new Directory will elect immedi
ately aller ?hoir orusulzutioii a Placo Keeper.
JOHN A. WAGENER.
November 14 ?I I'rosidcnt.
TO KM NT, &o.
rjMJ KENT?A LAIttiE AND CONVENIENT
JL BUILDING, suitable for storing away goods. Ap
ply one door west of Meeting, in b'ocioly street.
November 10 ?2*
TO KENT, THAT DRHIRABLE DWELL
INO HOUSE, No. 00 Coming ntrcot, enntuiniug seven
squoro and two attio rooms, with pantry, closi ts and
other conveniences. To a good tenant tbo rent will bo
mo.lerato. Possession given 1st January. Apply on tbo
promises or No. 7 OEOBGE STREET.
Novombcr 10 1*
TO KENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI
DENCE sltnated on tbo northeast corner of Coming
and Radcllfl'o streets, containing six (C) rooms, with out
building?. Possession given immediately. Apply to
LEE b CO., corner Broad street and East Bay.
November 1*2 mwf3
HOUSES TO KENT?HOUSE AND LOT,
castora House in Aiken's Row. House contains
eight square rooms, double piazza, largo cistern, ami
kitchen of six rooms, atablo and chirringo hon ?o. Tbo
premises in good order.
TUE DWELLING over tho utoro oronpiod by Ravcnrl
b Barnwoll, on East Bay. These premises havo been
nnod as a boarding bouse for ninny y<jorH. Apply to T.
A. WHITNEY, No. 7 Franklin strcot.
November 12 mwf 1
mO KENT.?THE EINE THREE STORY
JL BRICK HOUSE, No. 14 Church street, with barge
cistern, pantry, 4c. Apply to
October 20 fmw No. 2 Church street
TO RENT?A CONVENIENT AND COMMO
DIOUS DWELLING HOUSE, two stories, wlUx re
quisito outbuildings. Tbo House has eight rcoms, with
double piazzas to tho south, located in a good neighbor
hood, at tbo west end of Warren street, adjoining the
rosidenco of L. C. Clifford, Esq. Tbero is a good cistern
on tho premisos. Possession given immediately. Rent
moderate. For terms, Ac., inquire of
BREW8TER & 6PRATT.
November 7 wfm No. 98 Brood street.
DELL A TORRE'S STEAM SAW MILL.?
To Rent or Lease, nil that lino MILL at tbo cor
ner of Washington and Chapel streets. Apply to
_Noyomber2_ f_ WILLIS b CHISOLM. _
rpo RENT.?A FRONT ROOM, WITH THE
X privilege of a Carriage House and Stable on tbo
premise?. Fot fartbor particulars address P. W. C.
through this office. 3 November 15
mo RENT, A EINE STORE ON MARKET
JL STREET, north side. Apply at No. 23 HAVNE
STREET. 0 November 13
mO RENT, IN MEETING STREET, NEAR
JL Brood, part of n House, consisting of five rooms?
oao parlor, two bed-rooms, kitchen and servants' room.
Apply at THIS OFFICE._Novombcr 4
mO RENT, STORE NO. 103 EAST BAY, DE?
X IN G one of the most desirable locations in tho city
for business.. Apply at W. 8. CO'lWIN b CO.,
November 3 No. ?50 King street.
TO RENT.??THE THREE STORY BRICK!
JL RESIDENCE, east sido of Meetlng-stroot and one
door south of Goorgo-Btroot. Is in thorough repair, and
baa been newly painted. October 15
mO RENT, POSSESSION GIVEN ON THE
JL 18th instant, a part of a bouse, consisting of three
rooms, with large pantry, doublo piazzas to the south,
kitehen with sleeping rooms oboTo, and largo stable, sit
uated in the western part of tho city, south of Beau fain
street. To a respocrtat>lo family without children, the
rent will be very moderate. Apply to Courier O nice.
HAS REMOVED HIB RESIDENCE AND OFFICE TO
No. 191 MEETING-STlfcEET, ono door bolow
Wentworth-strtjet._3 mwf 19_October 16. t
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM BOS FRIENDS
that he baa removed Ids office from No. 34 East Bay
to BOYOE b CO.'8 WHARF, where ho mil continuo tho
FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION BU81NE8S.
October 10 finwl8 JAS. G. MOFFETT.
SOREVEN k NTSBET HAVE REMOVED TnEIR OF
FICE from No. 10J East Bay to ACCOMMODATION
WHARF. November 12
EVANS & GODBOLD,
"[TRACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HAVE
j} removed from No. 18 Vandorhorst Wharf to tho
corner of East Bay and Eraser's South Wharf, up stairs'
over the store of Mesara. THOMPSON BROS.
T7HJR SALI?, f__ CHOICE MILKERS AND
JC some fino BEEF CATTLE. Apply to
November 10 1* Oomer of Lino and King-Btrcets.
MULES FOR SALE.-FOUR VERY EINE
young MULES for salo low.
Apply to HOLMES b CALDER,
Faint Store, No. 126 Mooting street.
November 16 2
LOST, BETWEEN HASEL AND MORRIS
STREETS, on Sunday night, November 11th, an
ENGLISH INDIA RUBBER SANDAL, being only ono
of tho kind. It is of no use to the finder, who will bo
liberally reworded by leaving it at THIS OFFICE.
LOST, ON THE STII INSTANT, A SMALL
MEMORANDUM BOOK, with tbo nomo of EDWIN
A. WALKER on tbo back. Information of tbo same will
bo thankfully rood ved at THIS OFFICE.
SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, ?4c.
REV. DR. LORD'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES, corner Mooting and Oh&iiotto streets,
will bo oponed again for tbo reception of pupils on tho
1st of Ootober next. AU tho branches of a liberal and
pollto education aro Uugbt. Tbo junior pupils form
a a apronta department, and roouivo particular attenti on.
August 17 f
THE BUBPORDJERS, ON MONDAY NEXT, NOVEM
BER Cth, ?vill opon a NIGHT SCHOOL at the Freo
School Building, on Meoting-streot, near Mary, at which
will bo taught BOOK-KEEPiNO, WRITTNO, MATHE
MATICS and ENGLISH. Torros modorato.
A nbaro of the publie patTonago lo roepoctfuUy so
Apply at tho SCHOOL dolly, botween the hours of 9 A.
M. and 2 P. M. ; after 21?. M., at No. 07 COMINO-STREET,
noor Colhoun. A. DOTY, Ja.
Ootober 30 lmo L. 8HERFE?EE.
WIN YAH HOUSE, GEORGETOWN, S. C.
mHs subscriber, late of ciiarlbston, begs
to inform tho travelling public that bo his ?M?WMD THE
ABOVE HOUSE, which bo haa thoroughly repaired and
renovated. Visitors will And all tbo acoommodations of
a FTRST.OLABS ESTABItLSHMENT.
A BILLIARD SALOON and BAR, stocked with the
BEST IMPORTATIONS, Is attached.
HARRY L. I'iitUUN, l'ropnotor.
October 29 lmo
mms HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
JL PLAN, It haa boon remodelled and refurnished
throughout. Tbo travelling public, transiont visitors, or
other?, will And in it all tbo luxuri?s of a FIR8T-0LASS
ESTABLISHMENT, oombinod with tho comforts of
Tho locattc-n 1? oao of tho most airy and pleasant for
summor. A /liUUu-d Saloon for the lovera of this boalth
ful evarolse is attached. Mo pains or expenso spared to
give onUra aatlefaotion. F. OPDEBEOK.
BANK BILLS, BANK BILLS
ANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA ANB
of all Southern Ranks; highest prie? paid by
ANDREW M. MUHELANI), Broker.
November 12 mwOI Broad street.
?OLD! GOLD!! GOLD M !
G1 OLD. Kir-VEB, BANK BILLS
T UNITED STATES COMPOUND INTER Ki-fC
UNITED STATES 7-3? BONDS
STOCKS, bonds. Ar... of ail kinds, |mroh*Hcd at iiit?hetrt
ANDREW M. MOUELAN1).
Broker, Broad nix.:, t,
October G t'tiiw 2m<m
S?HtL? ISS FBI?'.
C. T. LOWND?M & 0.,
NO. 10 BROAD STRBBEr.
NoTcmhor lfi lmo
TEN CASES OF THE ABOVE GOODS, RECEIVUB
by late steamers, of Uio NEWEST STYLES, for sale at
II. W. KINSMAN,
r o. 275 KING STREET' (UP STAIRS),
November 1(1 3 Over Lovy i: Alexander's.
THE ABOVE GOODS. SLIGHTLY DAMAGED BX
WATER, WILL BE SOLD AT "ON??*LF THETR
IL W. KINSMAN,
No. 275 KING STREET (UP STAIRS),
November 2 Over Levy & Alexander's.
FURNITURE CO VERI N GS,
HAVE BEEN REOETVED BY LATE STEAMERS,
and aro made and uphohttcrod by EXPERIENOB?
H. W, KINSMAN,
No. 276 KING-STREET (UP STAIRS),
November 16 9 Over Lovy k Alexander's.
50th YEAR OF PUBLICATION.
ALMANAC FOR 1867.
A COMPLETE HANDBOOK FOR THE PLANTER,
Morchant, Mechanic, Navigators, kc. Price yet
hundred $13.00; $2.00 por dozen,
HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher,
No. 50 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
November 10 lmo
rriHE SUBSCRIBERS BEG LEAVE TO INFORM
JL their friends and tho public that tho. havo erected
a STEAM ENGINE for tho purposo of Ginning and
Baling Long and Short Cotton, on Doroof 's Wharf, near
N. E. Railroad Depot AU orders entrusted to them wlR
bn attended to with dispatch.
October 31 wf 0 O'HEAR, FENWICK k CO.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, I
City Hai.i., November 0,18CC. J
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TtlE
Burnt Districts and Wnste Places of tho City, un
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to tho City Council of Charleston to proceed in tho mat
ter of a Fire Loan, with a viow to aid lu building up the
City anew," are hereby notified that tho form of appli
cation for loans can be obtained at tho office of tho Clerk
ofConnr.il, between tho hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
AU applications most be filed in tho above mentioned
.offioo, as tho Committee will meet overy Monday to con?.
aider tho same.
By order of the Mayor. W. H. 8MITH,
NovemborlO Clork of Council.
dhlAA BOUNTY.?ALL SOLDIERS WHO EN
IlllJU LISTED in 1801, 18G3, 1803, 1804 and 180?,
and served two or three years, or wcro discharged on ac
count of wounds; and tho widows, children or parents at
such soldiers who (Ucd in servico,
CAN NOW OBTAIN ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS AD
DITIONAL BOUNTY AND A PENSION.
AU widows drawing pensiona are now entitled to on in
crease of two dollars per month for each child.
I have received official forms and instructions, and can
Bottle thene claims without delay If claimants wlU call at
once. No fees required in advance.
Persons residing at a distanco can havo the necessary
papors sont them on application by letter.
Address T. HURLEY,
U. S. Licensed Claim Agent,
No. 100 Mooting stroot,
Charleston, S. C.
October 30 _ lmo
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, >
COLOMIIIA, October 22, 1800. j
TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS:
THE LEGISLATURE AT THE EXTRA SESSION,
passed tho following resolution :
"Resolved, That the Governor do advertiso for esti
mates of tho cost of covering tho now Stato Hou.<c, and
of fitting up thoroin a sufficient number or rooms for th? *
use of tho Genorttl Assembly and its o?iccrs upon th?
most economical plan, and lay them beforo tho Honse at
their noxt seaslou."
Estimates aro invited, therefore, according to a plan,
and specification which may bo soon in tho Executive
1st. To endoso and finish tho oast wing of the build
ing, so as to accommodate the Legislature and its olO
2d. To cover tho ontiro building end finish ono of the
wings, uo as to accommodato tho Legislature and its ofiV
8d. To oiiclone and finish Uro cast wing as above, and
to cover the remaining walls of tho centro builtUny and
In addition to tho abovo, bidders ami contractor.! may
furnish plans and spociilcations, at their own cxpouao,
and estimates, and thoy will bo consldorod:
1st. To oncloso and finish the oast wing, so as to accom
modate tho Gonoral Assembly and its officers.
3d. To cover the ontiro buUtUng and finish ono of the
wings, so as to accommodato tho Gonoral Assombly and
3d. To onolose and finish tho cast wing as abovo, and
to cover the remaining walls of tho centro building and
Those plans and estimates will be laid boforo tho Gon
oral Assembly for their consideration.
All plans, RpooJflcations and oa tit natos must bo filed
In this offioo by Tuesday, tho 30th Novombor noxt, ni ?1
o'olock M. JAMES L. ORB, Govornor.
October 20 ftuO
MADAME LA MARS, *
PROFESSOR OF ASTRONOMY, ASTROLOGY, PHRE
NOLOGY AND PHYSIOGNOMY?four of tho most
sublimo Sciences that can occupy tho human mind?hats*
located at No. 01 BROAD STREET, second door from
King street. She gives a gonoral invitation to aU who do
Biro to consult on business of importance. Tiiero in no
quoation which may not bo accurately answered, and
much misery avoldod by a timely inquiry of this Star ?a?
Astrology. She possesses a mngnotio powor of hcaUna*.
nd describes all diseases, and tells them at once whotho*r
It 1* ourablo, and eavo many dollars.