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CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
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TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
Gold cloGo? in Now York on Sut imlay at 41 j.
Cotton closed in Liverpool on tho lGlh at lid.
Tho Savannah tlaoatro will be opuncd to-night
for tho flrat timo this acivoon.
CALEB C.usaiSQ is codifying tho U. S. Statuten.
Another bronk lina occurred in the Erio canal,
-noar Palmyra anuoduot. i
The health of Marahal O'DONNELL, who is DOW
in Patin, ia auch na to cause some uneasiness to
hi? family and friends.
Gonoral GBANT ia anid to diaapprovo tho restora
tion of General SWEENEY to his rank in tho recular
Hon. JOHN B. ROSE, mombor of Parliament from
Canada, had an intorriow with tho President yes
Counsellor DE AZOMBIOA, tho Brazilian Ministor,
and Sei?or SABIIEENTE, tho Minister of tho Argen
tino Republic, havo returned to Washington.
Governor BOLLOCH unfolds "Tho Providonco of
God in tho Fivo Great Periods of American Histo
ry" at Springfield to-night.
Tho Prcaidont baa removed Dr. HABTTNOS, R
brother-in-law ol' Sonator SUMNEB, from tho chargo
of tho Marino Hospital in San Francisco.
Tho robbers who recently committed various
outrages on the Louisville and Niiahvillo railroad,
havo boon captured.
ROMEUO, tho Romancer of tho Rio Grande, is
said to bo about to marry his boarding house koop
er in Washington. "A new way to pay old debts."
WAI.TEII WHITMAN has boen promoted to a third
class clerkship in tho Attorney-General's omeo,
whore ho baa boon employed since HABLAN turned
him out of tho Interior Department.
Mr. and Mrs. ITUBBIDE aro now at Rosedale,
noar Georgetown, D. C, tho residence of tho
lady's mother. Their son is still held by MAXI
Mrs. SARAH PUESTON HALE, widow of tho lato
NATHAN HALE, editor" of tho Boston Advertiser,
?nd sister of EDWABD EVEBETT, died in Brooklyn
Staff-Commander MOBIABTT, who distinguished
himsolf during tho laying of tho Atlantic cabio, has
been rccommonded for the honor of a Cominander
bliip of tho Bath.
An English paper strangely states that among
the visitors at Bothwell "aro tho widow and
dauglitcr of tho lato ABBAHAM LINCOLN, President
. of Amorica."
CABTELNAU is being treat oil very cavalierly by
BAZAINE, who is buBy making now contracts for
army supplies, and for a longth of timo, which
does not look to a speedy departure of tho troops.
Tho London 2\ilegraph doniea the report that a
commission is about to bo appointed to settle the
Alabama claims. The English Cabinet has lately
boon holding councils almost daily.
Goncral J. ?. DAVIS, who recently issued an or
dor prohibiting any military display over the re
mains of tho rebel Gonoral HANSON, says that ho
monts. . **
Tho Frecdmcn of Macon County, Aln., onoof the
boat cotton growing distriots in the South, rocont
. ly held a meeting and passod r?solutions discoun
tenancing idlers and loafers, and condomuing all
violations of contracts between white mon and
Tho Supreme Court of Mississippi has decided
that tho functions of the State. Government wcro
as constitutionally and loyally oxorciBcd during
tho timo in which tho State was out of tho Union
by roason of war, and that it never loot ita organ
. ization as a State by reason of accession.
Orders havo boon rocoivod in Toronto to dis
chargo thirty of tho Fenian prisoners. The Cana
dian Government has positively determined to
commuto tho eontencos of LYNCH, MOMAHON, and
? the others condorancd to death. THOMAS R?ALL,
one or tho Fenian prisoners, who offored to turn
Btato's evidonco, escaped yostorday.
Dispateboa from Now Orleans state that it is
openly assorted in military circloa thcro that Hur.u
MAN has gono to Mexico merely as tho fororunnor
of on army ol' occupation. Unusual activity in
forwarding supplies and equipments to our troops
on tho Rio Orando Borvos to substantiate this
A Boston special sayB that lottors from provision
houses in Liverpool bring intelligence of tho Bhip
mont back to tho United Statos, within Bixty days,
of between 5000 and C00O boxes of American bacon,
tho sale of which, on the othor sido, at ratea cur
rent, would havo involved too heavy a loss to the
ownors. . .
A contract baa been ontorod into by certain par
tios for oponjng tho Southwo?t Pas* of tho Missis
sippi. By the terms of the contract the chanuol
is to bo deepened and tho work completed within
ninety days. Tho cost of keoping the channel
opon Bubioipiontly is oatiinatod at uevon thousand
dollars a month.
A Southorn Hospital Afleoc?ation for tho relief of
disabled Confederate Boldiera haB hoon lormodTn
New Oilcans. Gonoral HOOD is President of tho
association and Ooncral S. B. Buokner Vico/Prcsi
dont. Among tho Trustons aro Gonorals LEE,
BEA?itEOAttnl, JOHNSTON and others. A ladies'
branch association baa also boon formed, and a
bazaar is to bo opened at Now Orleans for its
Wo loam from Now Orloans that in view of tho
rooont oloctioiiB, and of tho ProBidont's polioy in
regard to the affair of tho Polico Comm.8Bionors
at Baltimore, Govornor WELLS has dctennincd on
roraoving immediately tho shoriffB and othor of
flcorfl in Louisiana who havo beon dorolict in tho
dlsohargo of thoir duties.- Stops oro also boing
takon, wo aro told, to arro3t tho partios concernod
in the lato riot at Now Orloans. Judge SHANNON
' is also preparing for a rigid onforcomont of the
Civil Rights Bul, and the "loyal" poople aro peti
tioning Congress to pass an enabling act for that
The Washington corrospondont of tho Baltimore
Transcript, undor date of November 15, pays :
"General SICKLES, who is in command of tho Dis
trict of South Carolina, arrived h?r o to-day, hav
ing boon sent forby ordor of tiio Prosidont. Ho
bad an intorviow to-day with the ProBldont and
Gonoral GBANT. Ho has BubniUted to the War De
partment a vory elaborrfto report in regard to tho
condition of afnvira in his Department. Ho ropro
BOQts that thoro is dooidodinrprovomont among all
classes, and that both whitos and blacks aro rnpid
?y "adapting thomsolvoa to tho now condition ipf
$3T AU communications iniended?brpuVHcalibrn in
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica
Advert?tement? outside of the eily must be accompa
nied icilh the cash. ?**
MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 18CG.
COKHKCTION.-lu a? editorial o? Saturday
morning ill reference lo Hie Associated Tress
tlifBcullic?, ive mentioned that .Mr. WAI.SU, Hie
efficient agent of the Association, was acting
for .Mr. CjtAin. We ure planned to slate that
we were incorrccily informed,, and that Mr. \V.
dill retains his position ns agent of the old
New York Association-which wo trust he will
long continue to fill.
OPENING OF THE NORMAL SCHOOL.
It afTords us much gratification to be able to
announce that flic Commissioners of Free
Schools have al last determined that at least
one school shall lie opened l'or the use of
the public. As long ago as the first of Septem
ber it was under consideration whether tlic
public schools should he opened, and it was
contemplated that the exercises of the school
in St. Philip stree!, near George, should be re
sumed on October 1st; but from some cause ac
tion on the ?subject was delayed, and as since
then possession of tlte building of tho Normal
Scliuol has hecq regained, the Commissioners
have now determined io reopen that school ia
preference. Owing to the fact tjijrt the Legis
lature has made no provision for the payment
of the salaries of the teachers, it was impossi
ble to re-establish the school on a free basis, but
the system of the public schools enables the
Commissioners to fix Hie charges at BO low a
rute as lo make the school a great accommoda
tion to our impoverished people. The price of
tuition will beXonly $12 50 a quarter, including
vocal music, French and drawing-a sum which,
at the usual charges of private schools, would
not pay for even a single one of these extra
branches. The exercises of tho Normal School
will be resumed on the first of January next,
nnd scholars desiring to attend arc requested
to send in their* applications at onco to the
Secretary of the Board of Commissioners. Rev.
HKNIIY M. Moon, well known as the former Prin
cipal of the Methodist Female College in Col
umbia, has been engaged UH Superintendent,
and a corps of competent assistants will be
employed. Tho Girls' High and Normal School
has, during (lie period of its existence in this
city, bjen heretofore one of our most.excellent
and popular nendomics, and wo have e\ery
reason to suppose that it will continuo to sus
tain its high reputation.
lion. C. G. MEMMIKQER, President of the
Board of Commissioners, has recently returned
to tho city, and wc presume that we are, in a
great measure, indebted to his effort? for this
restoration of educational privileges. The
great interest which Mr. MEMMINUKK has al
ways taken in the causo of education is well
known to the community, and wc can never for
get that it was by the persevering exercise of
his influen?a and ability in the State Legisla
ture that tho Bill for the establishment of tho
father of the public schools in Charleston, and
wc hope that he may long continue to exercise
over them his parental care and solicitude.
THE FUTURE CO URSE OF THE .PRESIDENT.
The special dispatch of tho Washington cor
respondent to the New York Times in reference
to the future course of the President, appear
ing in another column, will bo read, wo pre
sume, with much of interest. It purports to
bo an extract from a communication made by
one of the members of the Cabinet; and it may
not be true that it ?B Bach extract, or if BO, that
it expresses tho purposes of the Government;
but the statement, mado so circumstantially,
gives reasonable ground of inference that it
may be so, and it is important, therefore, to
consider tho consequences to result.
The course thus indicated, wo arc constrained
to confess, is not improbable. It is vtho course
pursued by tho President during the last ses
sion of Congress, and we have bad no certain
assurance of a change. It is further probable
in the fuct that no other course could be pur
sued without endangering the public peace.
A coup de etat now executed by the President
would necessarily bo with force, and tho"proba
bililies of its success aro less than they Would
have been. At the meeting of the last Congress
tho President was master of the situation. He
was popular*in every section of the country; he
was commandcr-in-chicf of the army, with
cvory reasonable assurance of his ability to ex
ercise the powers of that office ; his policy was
simple and feasible. Tho Republicans had not
thon organized their forces, and an issue of
power tendered at that time by the President
would doubtless have resulted in his favor.
That time has passed, and though the Presi
dent, sinco thai adjournment of Congross, has
boen instant to set it at defiance ; though he
has characterized it as a faction ; has made ap
pointments in industrious opposition - to the
wishes of its leaders, and, in word and act, has
distinctly announced the purpose to "run" the
Government upon the tratk provided for it hy
the Constitution, whatever might be tho conse
quences,-it is yet not certain that ho meant all
that might havo been implied; that it was
more than a passive resistance ho intended;
that it was not rather to obstruct than to coun
teract tho Radical parly; and it is quito possi
ble, therefore, that tho course indicated by the
correspondent of tho Times may be, in fact, the
course adopted by the Government.
Assuming this to bo the fa?t, it is a practical
abandonment of the issue. Congress will havo
tho majority to pass what note they please, and
the further majority to make those acts con
sistent with the Constitution. With moro than
two-thirds of either House, ?boro is no form of
law by whiob that party^can bo*countcractcd ;,
it? volitions are the Constitution. They have,
in faot,no hesitation in saying that thoy will'
have a Constitution to suit themselves, and Tor.
<h? development of this, the Congrpw wMiW
the ready and convenient instrument; and if
(ho Piouhlont shall content himself with n pro
test against such acts-which, howovcr, ho
shall afterwards proceed to execute, with ull
tin? physical power placed by the present Con
stitution in Iiia hands-there will be nothing
moro required to render the revolution com
plete. The Ruuicul party will bo possessed of
the Government, in consistence with such ii
course, us perfectly us if one of the mo??! Radi
cal members of that organization were al the
head of It. Perhaps it may be oven hotter
for Hiern to hine one not of their creatures to
take the odium of executing their most ob
jectionable ?cts. Wo cannot Bay, therefore)
time it WHS in the power of the President to do
more or better. The acceptance of that phys
ical issue whiuli, ti year ngo, wc declared to be
impending-the achievement ol' that roup ?7<
da/, in fact, (hen the necessity-is a stroke of
genius. It comes only of an aptitude for llio
exigencies of political experience not accorded
to any man in any agc, and we hud no right lo
suppose, therefore, that for such nn extraordi
nary ael the President waa prepared or was
competent. But we cannot bul accept, with
great reluctance, the result. It imports an ex
posure to Radical action which must necessari
ly be disastrous, and lo us a peculiar and ?spe
cial abare of the calamities to result from the
impending political dissolution.
The fate of Mr. DAVIS is still a subject of
anxious interest. It is not true, perhaps, that
he is dear to the South-so dear at least us he
would have been if our struggle had resulted
in success', or if he lind fallen sooner from the
contest. Success is the criterion of merit, and
if he had met that test, or had left the field
while it. was yet doubtful whether he might not
ultimately have complied with this severe con
dition, he would unquestionably have liad a
stronger hold upon the Southern heart. As it
is, that heart is chnrged with disappointment,
for which he is the most attractive objection;
it is absorbed by sorrows which leave but little
play for sympathy with the afflictions or the
fate of others. And but that his treatment is
regarded as a common wrong-that the humili
ations visited upon him are transmitted to all
who have suffered in tho fallon cause-his in
dividual experience would not more harrow
up the public feeling than docs that of the very
many others who in other ways have participa
ted in the calamities of a common ruin.
AH it is, howovcr, that feeling is unquestion
ably stirred. Men see in it, not an effort to vin
dicate the laws, but to continue the infliction of
gratuitous indignitici; and an authority in this
country really solicitous to restore its harmo
ny would not persist in the continuance of a
course in consistence with which its peace and
composure cannot possibly occur.
Why he is not discharged docs not appear.
It is not pretended now that he is chargeable
with complicity in the assassination of Mr.
LINCOLN, or unwarrantable inflictions upon
prisoners of war. The author of the only evi
dence against him, tho miserable CONOVER, has
already been indicted for subornation of perjury.
And the kindliness of Mr. DAVIS' nature, and
his invincible fidelity to principio and the rules
-a? a.?m?tM?hla. ,"">.. --- "n "-?li linnwn-liav?? fin
constantly been exhibited in every period of
our contest-that there is perhaps no Bingle
man, oven in the delirium of party excitement
at the North, who would risk his reputation foi
sonne or candor in the assertion that of either
offence he believes him to be guilty. And if for
neither of these charges he is held, he surely
cannot be held for any other. His participation
in the war was not a3 great as that of hundreds
who hnvc not been prosecuted. Ho was slow
in the secession movement; thousands had par
ticipated in the act before he became commit
ted. It was a fact accomplished before lie left
his scat in Congress. Ho carne but to concur
in a movement already consummated. He o<f
cupicd a position, conspicuous, it is true; but
only a position iu a government already consti
tuted of all the forms and principles of law de
veloped in the history of our country. In this
position he"" acted only as others did in theirs.
He never drew his sworu\in battle, and if lead
ers of our armies through all the stormy scenes
of that sanguinary conflict have not been held
responsible for their participation, it must be
for reasons that present a perfect defence to
any chargo against him as a civil oilicer of the
That the Radical party of the North would
hold him, and as well without a ground of
chnrge as with it,.is perhaps beyond question;
and that they would punish him, and all the
moro readily, perhaps, that he may be shown
to havo been guiltless of any offence-for in
that lhere would be only a moro decisive exhi
bition of their power. To punish criminals for
violations of admitted law is within the power
of any magistrate, bul to punish for no vio'.u
tion of admittod law is tin achievement to which
no ordinary party can aspire, and for that rea
son it is one which would bo apt to be only the
most irresistibly attractive to them. But it is
in tho power of the President to discharge him.
Ho can extend to him a pardon as perfect ns he
can toothers; it would bo an act grateful to the
botter feelings of every section of the country.
It would doubtless bo grateful to his private
feelings. The relations between thom when
both were members of tho Senate were always
kind and respectful.. There was a timo when
Mr. JOHNSON was within the jurisdiction of
Government of which Mr. DAVIS was President,
and it is perhaps known to lum that it was ^at
tributable to tho better feeling and firmness of
Mr. DAVIS only that he also waB not tried for
Then why should ho acquiesce in tho office
of inflicting unmerited suffering on his illus
trious captivo? Is it that the Radicals olaim
the victim of which he cannot venturo to dofeat
thom ? It is not supposed to bo of his nature
to shrink from responsibility. But would the
weight of his responsibility be loss than it
now is? Has ho not actod in the face of this
party? Has ho not rolled up its wrath against
him? Is Ihcro the.hope^that they will sparo
him? , Orrjs it not only the moropcrfecUy cor-:
tain that they will try conclusions with. Lim ??'
ho shall evince the timidity to be implied in this
deferring to their purposes? His unpardonable
offence is in occupying au olliec necessary to
this exerciso' of despotic power. That is a
wrong for which no compliance can atone,
livery hour of his continuance, every act of his
authority, is an offence whi jh nothing can
extenuate; and if he may not sustain himself in
this position of Illa own power, it will little
matter that they sjiould hare the rurt?fcr charge
against kim I hal lie has liberated Mr. D.VVIK.
ANTED, AM APPKE\TICETO THE JOH
PRINTING buHUicM. Apply at thin olllec.
November 19 1
WANTED, A WHITE WOMiVH-TO COOK
and wash for a Buiall family. Apply at No. al
MEETING STREET. 2 November 10
ANTED, TWO HUNDRED CORDS OF
YELLOW TINK mid ouo hundred of SPLIT OAK,
to bo delivered on samo landing adjacent to tho city, or at
the eil v. Parties must stale particular?. Address it. L.,
Box No. 440 Postollioc. 2 November 19
WANTED, RY A YOUNO WOMAN, A
SITUATION aa RcamslreBS and nursery govern
ed, either In the city or country. Good recommenda
tions eau bo given. Apply at No. IO AIKEN'S KOW.
November 10 fniw3*
HOUSE SERVANT.-WANTED, "A GOOD
HOUSE SERVANT, who can come well recom
mended. Apply at No. 23 BROAD STREET. *
November IG fm2
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TISACIIEIl I?Y
a young mau, a native of South CaroUua, and a
graduate of the Bouth Carolina College. Itcferencca moa.
Address, stating particulars, It. O. McCUTCHEN, Kinge
trco, 3. C.
03 -Souil-Weekly meridian, Tallahassee, Pla., and Au
gusta Constitutionalist pica?o publish four time.?, and
send bill to tilts ollie?-. m4 October 29
WANTED, A SITUATION AS WET NURSE,
in a respectable family, by a lid y with a child
thrco months old. Apply at thin Office.
November 17 8
WANTED_TWO ROOMS, IN A CENTRAL
location, near this olllec; rent will bo punctually
paid aud references given. Apply at this Oflleo.
A DRUGGIST "WANTED-TO ONE HAV
ING experience aiiil a thorough knowledge of tho
Drug business, a liberal Balary will be paid. None but
tboso fully competent need apply. Address Lock Box
No. 90, Savannah Poitofilcc. 1 Novombor 10
WANTED.-A COMPETENT HOUSE SER
VANT. Certificate of character required. White
proforrcd. Apply at UIIB office. November 14
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE AND
CAMPAIGNS OF GENERAL (STONEWALL) JACK
SON, by Professor P. L. Dabnoy, D.D., of Virginio.
Tbc Standard Biography of tho Immortul lloro. The
only edition authorized by his widow, and published for
her pecuniary benefit Tho author, a personal friend
and Chief of Staff of the Christian soldier. Wo want an
Agent in ovory county. Send for circulars and sec our
terms, and whnt tho PrcR3 sayn of the work.
Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Main streets, Richmond, Va.
October 19 lmo*
FOR SALE, lOO TONS SUPERIOR STONE
BALLAST. Apply at BENNETT'S MILLS, East
Bay. nnvf.i November 19
LOTS AT RIKERSVILLE.-FOR SALE
six fine BUILDING LOTS in tho centre of tho
thriving viUngo of KikorKville, bounded by three alroota,
ono of which tho principal (King street). Persons wish
ing to build or eutor into any business near tho city, no
better chanco could offer.
A fino LOT on Simona street, (50 feet front by 224 feet
Apply to O. WH1TTEMORE,
November 19 m No. C Radcliffe street.
ARARE CHANCE.-FOR SALE, OR LEASE
for a term of years, that extensive and valuable
BUILDING and LOT, most eligibly situated In tho cen
tre of tho flourishing town of Orangeburg, known as
Whlttemorc's Soap and Candle Factory.
The Lot, bounding on three streets, contains ono acre
and Boven-cighthu of an acre, and o hugo portion of it ia
enclosed by a substantial close board fonce, 10 feet high.
Tho Factory Building is 160 feet long, 60 feet wido, and
contains a uno office and extensivo rooms on three floors,
admirably adapting it for the purpose of a ?cotton or other
factory, or for any business requiring ample space. ?
The Lot, independently of the Building, ia very valna
blo from its fine location in the heart of one of tho most
thriving towiiK in tho whole Southern country.
Persons desiring cither to purchase or loase tho above
t'?iST'lY?i.1 pT*"""'1'' "*?" referred lo M<>RHrK.JU.UTSON,A
LEGARE, Attornoytj at Law, Orangoburg C. HT, or to tho
subscriber in Charleston. For terms and conditions, and
any further information respecting tho property,
Apply to C. WBTTTEMORE,
Novombor 19 m No. C Radcliffe street.
DRUG STORE FOR S ALE.--I IAVING RE
MOVED our Wholesale Drug Store to No. 23
Haync-Btrcot, we offer for salo our Storo, No. 238 King
strcot; Stock and fixtures complete, with privilege of
an extended lease, on moderato terme.
For particulars apply at No. 23 liayne-atrcot.
November 17 - PRATT- k "WTLSON BROS.
JAMES ISLAND LAND FOR SALE.-REV.
STILES MELLICHAMP'S PLACE on James Island,
containing 209 acres of (ho finest Sea Island Cotton
Lands, within two railes of a public landing, just oppo
site the etty and adjacent to good nabina grounds and
oyster beds. Apply to WM. JOHNSON,
Novombor 17 Btu Eaat end of Laurens street.
FOR SALE-A HOUSE AND LOT FOR
for sale-No. 20 Columbus street, between Meeting
and Nassau streets. Apply at No. 6G6 King street.
November 17 atuthO*
FOR SALE OR RENT, THE VALUABLE
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, known aa
"Rugby." Tills long-settled tract contains about 1800
acres of land on tho head waters of Wadmfclaw and Bc
hockot Rivera, most of it being on Wadmalaw, and tim
remainder extending over on John's Island, thus afford
ing a fino range for stock of oil kinds, and abundant re
sources for manuring the higher lands, from which largo
crops of fine cotton and all kinds of provisions bavo here
tofore been made. The only reason which induces tho
owner nt tills timo to part with this property is that at
hlB present rcsidenco it is inconvenient to him to culti
For terms and further Information apply to Hon. JOHN
TOWNSEND, EdlBto Island, or to THEODORE STONEY,
Esq., Charleston. mthllsl October 29
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
OR RENT his Plantation, on Combaheo River,
called Myrtle Grove, five miles from Groen Pond, a station
on tho Charleston and Savannah Railroad. It consists of
three hundred and fifty acres of rice land, on the best pitch
of tho tide, seventy acrca of high land of tho best quality
forgotten or corn, with uncleared oak, hickory and pine
lands attached. For further particulars inquire at tho
office of Messrs. WM. C. BEE ? CO., or nt tho residonco
of the subscriber, near Wbltohall Station, Charleston and
Savannah Railroad. JA8. B. HEYWARD.
November 8 thfilul3
HAS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE AND OFFICE TO
No. 101 MEETING-STREET, ono door bolow
WcntworUi-Btroot._3 mwf 10_October 16
rrniK SUBSCRIBER BEGB TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
JL that ho has removed his office from No. 24 East Ray
to ROYCE k CO.'S WHARF, where bo will continuo tho
FACTORAGE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS.
October 19 fmwl3 JAS. O. MOFFETT.
SCREVEN 4 NI8IIET HAVE REMOVED THEIR OF
FICE from No. 109 East Bay lo ACCOMMODATION
WHAlUf'. Novombor 12
EVANS ?S? GODHOLD,
FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HAVE
removed f.iom No. l8 Vandorhorst Wharf to tho
corner of Eaat Bay and Frasor'a South Wharf, up stairs'
over tho atoro of Messrs. THOMPSON BROS.
TAKEN UP THURSDAY, A LARGE RED
COW, on our place. Sho destroyed our crop, and
the owner mnst como forward, pay exponaos and talco
her away. Apply at Washington Raco Course, to JULI
US MAYRANT k WARING. November 12
STOP THIEF.-*B "RBWAR?.--STOLEN,
from No. 60 King street, n CAGE OF CANARIES. It
is rcqucalod that any person offering nain o for milo may
bo detained. The abovo reward will bo paid for tho de
tection and conviction of tho thief. Tho police are re
quested to ro-operato. November 10
rpBN DOLL Ans REWARD.-STRAYED
JL from a rcaldcnce in Mary street, on tho evening of
tho 14 th In s t., a fino rod MILCH COW. Can bo easily
identified by her having ono horn broken off and a bolo
throiifdi her nostril. Tho abovo reward will bo paid for
her recovery, or for any information which might lend to
li. Apply . to PORCHER A HENRY, Accommodation
Wharf, . . J,. Novombor 17
MARION F IHK ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA M1 EITNU OP YOUR COM
PANY T.ii? Kvrwing, tho lOUi liistuiil, at holi-puit
Bevon o'clock precisely. Business of imi>ortauc? cn
Cy onlor of tho President.
H. !.. CALDER.
Novombsr 10 1 Secretary M. l-\ E. Co.
PIlOBinX FIRE BUGIN IB COMPANY.
VTTLND TUE REGULAR MONTHLY MECTINU OP
your Company, This Evening, at 7 oVlocIt, at the
Hy order. HAKEI.L.
November 1!) 1 ?Secretary.
HOI'I". VI lil". ENGINE COMPANY.
rfUlK REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WIM. HE
X held This Keening, nt your Hull, at 7. o'clock, A full
attendance ol' all the members lu roque, led.
Ncivember IH 1 W. II. SMITH, President
GRAND LODGE OP AKCJEWT 1'UEE
MASONS OP SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OV THE MOST
Worshipful Grund Lodge of Aiu-iunt FroetniiHoiiH of
.South (.'.irolimi, will bo holden at Masonic. Hall, Charles
ton, on T)iesdrvj, 20th November, 18t!i5, commencing at
Worsltfpful Muters, nud Wardens or Delegates of nub
ordiunto i.oili;i'n, Gr.iud Officers, and Past Mustera, will
take due notice und govern thrmeelvoH accordingly.
A O. MACKEY, M. D.,
November 5 mwf7 Grand Sucre lory.
>B5rColuuibia papers ph-uio copy.
TO KENT, &a
TO RENT, A PART OP A HOUSE, CON
SISTING of thrco rooms, wltli largo pantry, double
piazzas to tho south, kitchen with ulcopiiii; room above
and largo stable, situated in the southwestern part of tho
To a rospcctablo family tho rent will hu very moderate.
Apply to Courier Office. November 6
rilO IIENT.--PART OP MY PREMISES
X in Montague- street, comprising THREE ROOMS,
with firo places, a convenient Storo Room, and largo
Kitchen. Apply at No. 4 South Atlantic Wharf, OflQcc of
WHITE k PAINE, to T. GRANGE SIMONS.
November 19 niwf
rriO RENT.-A PINE LARGE mu I.?MM.
X situated on tho Court Hourn Square, in tho town of
Waltorboro', Colloton District, S. C. It was built just bo
foro tho war for a hotel, aud is a very desirable building
as auch, owing to it.i nlze, locality, he. ; it baa ampio
rooms to supply transient and permanent boarders.
On tho lower lloor io three Stores fronting on tlio Court
House Square, which I will cither rent with tha building
A uno large TWO STORY DWELLING for eate, in a
pleasant part of tho town ; largo Lot, Outbuildings, Ac.
Persons desiring information of cithor of tho above wiU
please apply to mo at Waltcrboro', S. C.
November 10 su7 0 F. H. GLOVER.
TO RENT.-THE PINE TUREE STORY
DRICK HOUSE, No. M Church street, with largo
cistern, pantry, &c. Apply to
October 20 fnrw No. 2 Church street.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE HOUSE No.
19 Rutledgo *vonuc, second abovo Doughty
street, west sido, containing 6 upright rooms, 3 attics,
dressing room and pantry, with all uccossary outbuild
ings, largo cistern, Ac. Possession given on the 20th of
next mouth. Apply on the premises, or at
November 6 m4 No. 8 SOUTH BAY.
TO RENT, A PINE STORE ON MARKET
STREET, north sido. Apply at No. 23 HAYNE
STREET._6__ _ November 13
TO RENT? IN MEETING STREET, NEAR
Droad, part of a Houso, consisting of flvo rooms
ono parlor, two bed-rooms, kitchen aud servants' room.
Apply at THIS OFFICE._November 4
TO RENT, STORE XO. 153 EAST RAY, BE
.INO one of the most desirable locations in tho city
for business. Apply at W. S. CORWIN k CO.,
November 3 No. 2C9 King street.
TO RENT.-THE THREE STORY BRICK!
RESIDENCE, cast sido of Meeting-street and ono
door south of George-street. Is in thorough repair, and
has been nowly painted. October 15
SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, &c
GIRLS HIGH AND NORMAL SCHOOL,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
npHE COMMISSIONERS OF FREE SCHOOLS TAKE
X plcasuro in announcing to tho public that tho Exer
cises of this Institution will be resumed on Wednesday,
the 2d January, 1807. Tho services of the Rev. HENRY M.
MOOD, A. M., late President of the Columbia Female Col
lege, huvo boen secured, and a competent corps of in
structora will bo engaged.
In consequonco of tho failure of the Legislatur?
to moko any appropriation for the support of this School,
the Board will bo compelled to chargo for tuition an
amount sufficient to cover tho actual expenses of the
8chooL Tho term? will bo fifty dollarn per annum,
payable quarterly, in advance. This chargo coven all I
branches formerly pursueddn the Institution, including
French, Vocal Mimic and Drawing.
Pupils desiring admission must signify their intention
Immediately, to tho Secretary of the Board, at his office,
in tho Norman School Building.
r-i,,.;ifi fiom abo noiiiiU j .irni?lug lufffrmnllon In rcjrarCl
to board, will address the Principal st Charleston, Key
Box No. 3. C. O. MKMMINGER, Chairman.
E. MONTAGUE GJUUKE, Secretary.
November 19 mwfl9
EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT OP
REV. DR. MYERS.
THE REV. DR. MYERS HAS PLEA8URE LN AN
NOUNCING that, having secured tho eligible prem
ises No. 20 GEORGE-STREET, ona door east of King,
his Academy Is now opeu for the reception of pupils.
Tho valuable; servicos of Prof. D. A. BURNETT. A. M.,
a gentleman of considerable? oxperienco in tuition and a
graduate of ono of the leading Universities of the coun
try, havo boon engaged for assistance in tho duties of tho
Institution. And the Principal feels sanguine that tho
entire arrangements thereof aro such as to merit and
gain universal approval. ?
Terms, as well as all other particulars connected with
tho Institute, may be ob tai nod on application as above.
T. L. OGIER, M. D.
H. H. DKLEON, Esq.
CHAS. T. LOWNDES, Esq.
EDWARD LYNAH, Esq.
C. H. MOISE, Esq.
THEO. D. WAGNER, Esq.
B. D. LAZARUS, Esq.
JAMES MACBETH, EBq.
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS, ON MONDAY NEXT, NOVEM
X BER oth, wiU open a NIGHT SCHOOL at tho Free
School Building, on Meeting-street, near Mary, at willoh
wiU bo taught BOOK-KEEPING, WRITING, MATHE
MATICS and ENGLISH. Terms moderato,
A share of tho public patronage is respectfully so
Apply at the SCHOOL dally, between tho hours of 9 A.
M. and 2 P. M. ; after 3 P. M., at No. 67 COMING-STREET,
near Colhoun. A. DOTY, Ja.
October 30 lmo L 8HERFESEE.
LOST, A SMALL BLACK AND TAN TER
RIER SLUT, with a bruiso on the left, shoulder.
Tho flnucT w.ll bo liberally rewarded by lowing the simo
at this office. 1* November 19
A PRIVATE FAMILY HAVING THREE
well furnished Rooms, dealrca to toko a Family to
BOARD. Apply at No. 25 Anson street.
NO. 9 GEORGE STREET.
October 19 ^^^^
STOLEN PROM No. 3? CANNON STREET,
on tho night of tho loth, a largo Sorrol Horse; white
faro; very littl.i niano; a Uttlo orcolihllon, and wurt on
tho right car. A liberal reward will bo paid for his de
livery at CHRISTOPHER'S WAGON YARD, King street,
Kovcinbur 14 '_ werai*
STRAYEI?, ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT LAST,
a whito COW. with large horns and yellow and blade
spots, boni tho Church Lot in Morris strcot. A liberal
reward given for tho samo If loft at No. 8 MORRIS
STREET. 1* Novombor 19
WINYAII HOUSE, GEORGETOWN, S. C.
fTUIE SUBSCRIBER, LATE OF CHARLESTON, BEOS
to inform tho travelling publia that ho has LEASED THE
ABOVE HOUSE, which ho has thoroughly ropalrod oad
rcuovntod. Visitors will find all tho accommodations of
n FIRST CLASS ESTABLISHMENT.
A HILLIARD SALOON and BAR, etoclicd with tho
BEST IMPORTATIONS, in attached.
HARRY L. I'EURxN, i-'ropnotor.
October 29 . a lmo
rruns HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
X PLAN. It has been remodollcd aud refurnished
throughout. The travelling public, translont visitors, or
others, will find in it all tho luxuries of a FIRHT-CI.AHS
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with tho comforts o?
Tho location is ono of tho most airy and pleasant for
summer. l\ Willard 8aloon for the lovers of this health
ful oxercise is attachod. No pains or expenso sparod to
givoontirosatlsfa-.ticn, F. OFDRBECK,
May 13 i
. '. ?v
GOLD! UOLl)!! GOLD!!!
G1 OLD, SILVER, BANK MLL8
\ UNITED STATES COMPOUND INTEREST
UNITED STATES 7-yo BONDS
STOCKS, PONDS, kc, or all ldiidn, purchased ut highest
ANDREW If. MORELAND,
Broker, llriiatl Htroot.
October 5 Cww Stnoa
STBRMNO AND FRANCS,
a T. LOWNDES & CO.,
NO. 10 BROAD STREET
Novonibcr 15 lmo
GRAND TABLEAUX VIVANTS
AT niBERNIAN nALL, COMMENCING ONTUE^DAY
EVENING, 20th insit., and continuing on WED
NESDAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS, conducted by
tho Ladies of St. Mary's Congregation, and the. proceeds
to bo .appropriated to repairing the Church in Hotel
Programme for Tuesday Evening, 20tli inn(.
"TITANIA, QUEEN OF THE FAIRIES, AND HER
"JOAN OF ARC."
"ALEXANDER THE GREAT IN DARIUS* TENT."
SIXTH nni'iinsENTATioN. *
- Intormission of half an hour, during which lime tho
Refreshment Rooms in the lower hall will bo thrown open
and the Rand wiU perform some of the moat popular airs.
PART I !.
1. CHORUS-"Crowned with the Tempest".EBNAKI
2. DUETT, PUNO-ANO VIOLIN-"William
ToU".Canons and DEBEMOT
3. TENOR SOLO-"Sprlto Gentil"-"La Fa
4. DUETT, BASSO AND SOPRANO-"Nabuco."
e. PIANO SOLO-"Lucrczfa Borgia".TRAUBEBO
G. SEXTELLE-"Lucia do Lammermoor."
Doors open at G 'j o'clock. Performance to commence
at 7J? o'clock.
Admittance $1; Children 50 cents.
TICKETS can bo procured at tho Mills Boneo, Charles
ton Hotel, Pavilion Hotel, tho Book and Music Store?,
and at the door of the BAU.
Those 'who are disposed to contribute Viands, Delica
cies, Ac, for the tables, will please send tbo same to
either of tho following Ladies:
Mrs. J. B. LAFETTE, Rutledge street, near Montagne.
Mrs. T. HUCHET, Beaufain stroot, opposito Wilson.
Mm. A. LAFITTE, cornor Rutledge and Wentworth
2Mt erfle mnflfalifey-brflmatifcbe
ftirb (liittftnrcu am
&0iinerfiafl, ben 22 ten Woucmbcr, ?.800
in der Tiarnlialle, ?>
Slnfanq punttlirb 7 1 =3 Ufer.
Cintrittflfaritn jum ?rtift tjcn li, ptib au?f<SlU&*
lid? bon 1er Ccmittee ju bejieijni.
tttrb fialtpncen .nu
Montag, fg> den
19. Nov. Mm 1866.
in unfere -poUe ?^sJ?Mpl ?u3 iiinn ? ?I?"
?vc-pt miine Bttiinrc frcutiblicbft ciugelnbcn finb.
ivll? ante altuiil unb (Srfribbiiiiflcii in geformt.
3tb4atmon* Wubolph l'oofiger.
* FURS! *
A LAKG-E ASSORTMENT
F U R S ,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
C. II. JOHNSON,
NO. 269 KING STREET.
November 19 3
LEONARD mm & CO.,
NOS. 20 AND 22 HAYNE,
NOS. 33 AND 35 PIXCKNEY STREET.
Carriage and Harness'Warehouse.
EVERY VARIETY OP VEHICLES AND HARNESS ON
HAND AND BUILT TO ORDER, at reasonable
prices for cash or city acceptance.
Wholesale Drug House.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, DYE STUFFS, MEDICINES.
Perfumeries, Brushes, Cologuo, Winos, isa, at LOWEST
B. W. WARRAN, Drugelst. .T. S. HEMMING WA Y, M.D.
November 10 nu
THE FINEST LIQUORS, ALES AND 8EGAR8, AL
WAYS ON HAND; NEW YORK AND MILL POND
H. H. BADENH0P & CO.,
No. 133 Meoliritf-Sftreet,
November 19 CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
THITJLLBE ADVANCED TO DISCHARGED 80LDTER8
V T in suma of Two Dollars; and to families rwtuaUy
sufforlng, a larcer advance will bo mado. Bounties to
Orphans will bo COLLECTED WITHOUT CHARGE.
. Soo Discharged Soldier* ia wiothor column of this paper.
NoVombor 8 . wfinS*