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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART, Editob,
cathcart, mcmillan & morton,
No. l8 MAYNE STREET.
?AILY-TWELVE MONTHS. lO.OO
DAILY-SIX MONTHS. 5.00
DAILY-THREE MONTHS. ?.50
BINGLE COPIES.5 cents
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
- ? ? ?
Gold closod yostorday in Now York at ali.
Cotton oponed in Liverpool yestorday nt ll_d.
for Middling Uplands.
Nearly nino thousand pupila of the public schools
in Cincinnati uro studying (.orman.
Tbo motcoric display was witnoascd to groat ad
Tnntngo in London ou Ibo morning of tbo 14th in
stant, about one o'clock.
Tbo pork-packing season commenced at Louis
ville November 22. acron hundred bogs woro
Thanksgiving day is to bo obsorred in Now York
by nuinorouu festivals in tbo various obaritablo
and othor institutions.
Tbo Now Yorl. Post is out against Horace Gbee
i_ey for United States Senator, on account of bia
high protection tariff notions.
Hon. Hebscoei, V. Johnson has resigned the
office of United Stales Sonator, to which tbo Geor
gia Legisla turo elected bim.
On Thursday tbo Methodist Book Concern in
Cincinnati suffered a damago of 18000 by fire-in
Mr. Bbtdqes, of tho Grand Trunk Railway of
Canada, is experimenting successfully in the
ueo of peat for fuel on locomotives.
N. P. Wileis, the well known poot and journal
ist, is quito ill, having had a so vero paralytic
The minimum strength of the United States
army ?b now 55,302 men. Tho total maximum
strength would bo 70,382 mon.
Tho now route to Norfolk from tho East, by way
of tho Philadelphia and Delaware Railroads, was
formally oponed on Monday.
? bill has been introduced into the Legislature
of Georgia repealing tho laws prohibiting aliens
from owning real estate.
J. P. Benjamin, tho celebrated Confederate
States nuancier, is writing articles on Amorica in
the London Telegraph.
Tho hog cholora is prevailing to a great extent
in sovcral counties in Virginia. In Craig County
tho disoaso has boon so very severe that very few
hogs aro loft.
A Washington dispatch says that during the
last three or four days about ono hundred and
thirty changos of Post?n' sters havo boon made,
but none of the larger class.
Genoral B. S. Alexanpeb, long in command of
tho deroncos of Washington, will soon loavo for
California, to superintend the construction of tho
defences of San Francisco.
Ser rotary McCoi_i_ocn, it is stated, has called
upon the National Banks for ahout thirteen million
dollars-being tho greatorpart of tho Govommont
deposits in their hands.
Tho Texas Stay Law baa boon approved by the
Governor. It req\fires paymonts on all judgmonts
rendered boforo January 1,1867, to be inado in four
annual instalments, of one-fourth each.
Dr. L. Guild, lato Modical Director of the ("so
called") Army of Northern Virginia, is now prac
tising medicine in Mobile Dr. G., boforo tho
war, was a Surgeon in tho Unitod States Army. Ho
is a nativo of Tuscaloosa, Ala.
By ordor of Gen. Davis, Capt. W. West, Second
United States Infantry, commanding at Bowling
Groon, Ky., will detail a guard of ton men daily to
protect tho Nashville Railroad train running from
Bowling Green to the State line and returning.
General Siiebjian and Colonel Lewis D. Camt
beix, American Minister to Mexico, arrivod at
Havana on the 18th instant, and wero received
with marked attention by tho authorities. They
will probably remain there a week.
Half a dozen franchise bills havo passed a firs
reading in tho House of Delegates of tho Tonnos
sco Legislature. All of them embrace in thoir
provisions negro Bufl?ago, and two of them uni
versal amnesty. It is now thought that a bill
granting qualified negro suffiago will pasa, but
there is moro doubt in regard to tho grant of am
_Pwu?? to the pressure of business, iii Ibo pre
paration of the annual Mcssago, no definite action
has been taken upon tho application of the Mis
sissippi Legislature for the roleaso on parole of
Jefferson Dav-B. Commissioners Hhjlyeb and
Lowebv are ?till awaiting the final decision of tho
Tho Richmond Times, of Tuosday, says: '"Un
debwood, 'eo called' Judgo of tho Unitod States
Court of tho Eastern District of Virginia, having
failed to reach Richmond, thero was no sossion
hold yesterday. It is not behoved that any Court
wiU bo held this term, though we havo been un
able to obtain any deflnito information on tho sub
The Cincinnati Gazelle calls upon Congress to
pass a law, convening tho Fortieth CongroflB npon
tho 5th of March, the day after it ceases to exist
itself. It bolievos that tho public welfare domands
thai? Congress shall be in session botwoon that
date and the following December, and it finds its
authority for the action it advises in tho following
proviso of tho Constitution:-"Tho Congrosa shall
ossomble at least onco in ovory year, and auch
meeting shall bo on tho first Monday in December,
nnloso they shall by law appoint a d?Toront dayl"
The Chicago Republican prof?seos to havo trust
worthy information from Utah that Brigham
Youno is about to retiro temporarily to a planta
tion some sixty milea from Salt Lake City, leav
ing tho chargo of public affairs in tho hands of his
son. This movement, it is ?aid, is occasioned by
tho increasing ago of Brigham Youno, and tbo
object is to tost tho ability of tho young Bbiquam
to wield tho sceptre boforo tho death of hie father
fihaU rondor final any step which may bo adopted
in rogard to tho succession. If ho manifest tho
ability to manago tho affaira of Government that
his father and the elders hopo, thon Brigham'..
abdication will bopormanont.
Wit. P. Blake, California Commissioner to the
Paris exhibition, baa iseuod an address to the peo
ple of that State, detailing the manner in which
tho mines and agriculture aro to bo represented,
and declaring his purposo, after arriving at Paris,
to publish in the English, French und German
languages an account of tho climate, soil, agricul
ture, quality and price of the public lands in Cali
fornia, tho coat of living, the rates of wages mado,
immigration and mining statistics. He will also
deliver an address in the French and English lan
guages, illustrating it with maps and drawings,
lind references to tho California collection.
_JE?~ AU communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Doily Nenes, No. l8 Hetync-strcct, Charleston,'8. V.
liustness Communications to Publisher of- Daily
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of the eily must be accompa
nied tenth the cash.
THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 18G0.
THE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE.
Our renden had before them, in our issue of
yesterday, the well considered Message,of His
Excellency Governor Omi to the General As
sembly of tho State, and have given to it,
doubtless, the consideration to which such an
utterance in the present interesting condition of
affairs is justly entitled. The tone of it is not
particularly joyous or exhilarating. His Ex
cellency seems fully impressed with the respon
sibilities of our present position lind the some
what gloomy aspect of our material and politi
cal fortunes; but with calmness and courage he
looks the conditions fairly in the face, and witta
much of judgment and prudence presents to
the consideration of the Legislature a graphic
statement of affairs, and the measures which
in his judgment seem best suited to meet the
requisit.ion_of the time.
His suggestions in reference to the District
Courts wo think aro eminently just, it may
be true that they will answer a valuable pur
pose in the judicial economy of the State, but
it is not certain that they will do ao. They arc
the introduction of an anomaly into that sys
tem; they break upon the uniformity of com
mon law proceedings; and as the State has al
ready boen under the necessity of abandoning
a similar departure in the old County Court
system, it is not certain that wo will not find it
proper to do so again. It is at leapt important
that there should be no constitutional impedi
ment to the changes which our experience may
show to be proper and important, and it is wise,
therefore, that the Legislature should make
provision for a change in the Constitution upon
this subject; and that if it should so occur at
the expiration of another year that these Courts
bave not performed thoir functions, it may then
be possible to make the alterations which our
better judgment and experience may suggest.
With respect to the propriety of making
aew assessments for the value of lands and
.own and city lots, with a view to more equal
taxation, we presume there can be little ques- ?
.ion. Nor, if it be conceded that there is a nc
.cssity for larger receipts into the treasury,
:an it be questioned that the objects of taxa- 1
ion indicated by His Excellency, and the
nodes of imposition suggested, arc eminently ]
?roper. It is not certainly apparent, however,
.hat larger receipts, or very much larger re- (
:eipts at least, than those resulting from the
istablished rates of taxation, are indispensable.
[f there be an accruing interest upon the Stato
lebt, not met by the present receipts, it is cer
tainly a question whether the better interests
jf the country would not be consulted by incot
ng that excess with further bonds or other
ibligations of the State. It is, of course, dc
lirable to meet it with funds, and to give to the
.redit of the State whatever advantage may
.csultfrom the prompt payment of its accruing
nterest, but at the present time it is vastly im-'
.ortant to spare the people of this State as
mich as possible with the burthens of taxation, t
Umosl our only hope for a recovery from the <
.resent depressed condition of affairs is in the t
iccurrcncc of a larger population, and in the _
nauguration and establishment of new enter- i
irises of other lines of business. To these j
he discouragement of heavy taxation will be
.cry great. Already the pressure is severe, c
,dded to our contributions to the State, the t
icavy exactions by our town governments, and
he Government of the United States. Every
orm of property, or of industrial activity, are
earched out, and men inclined to locate their
?ntcrpriscs in this State will hesitate to do bo, t
f there be tho probability that such pressure
>f taxation will bo increased. "Of alternative's,
hcrefore, unpleasant aa it may be, it would
eem to bo the best to adapt ourselves to our
.strieted fortimes; conduct the State upon lim
ted appropriations; meet accruing interest as
.est we can by other formj.of obligation, and
inering to interests inclined to a location here
vhatever of inducement there may be in the
issurancc that they may live under the taxa
ion they will encounter.
As with respect to accruing interest, so,
ilso, we think it should be with respect to the l
principal, and though it would ccrtninly be
lcsirablc to have a sinking fund, the time is not
propitious now for lhe inauguration of such an '
institution. And inclined to whatever of ccon- (
?my may be consistent with an honest dis- 1
charge of obligation.?, wo would certainly com- *
mend the proposition to scale tho debts of the '
State contracted by the war, in accordance '
with the rule suggested by the Convention in 1
transactions between individuals. 1
Upon tho subject of tho distresses of our '
people, and*thc proposition to supply them with '
provisions, His Excellency, impressed with its '
painful character, hut nlso with the difficulties '
of alleviation, has no distinct measure to pre- (
sent, and all who speak upon the subject must '
labor under a similar embarrassment. Misfor- I
tune is the common lot. Calamities have como '
so thick upon us that few have anything but
sympathy to offer. And while there can be no
question that something should b . done, it is
difficult to Ray what can be done that will not
occasion injuries as great as arc tho sufferings
to be alleviated.
His position upon tho Constitutional Amend
ment will doubtless moct tho approbation of our
readers; and to tho sentiment that if that
Amendment be adopted it shall be dono by the
.?irr?pressible conflict of numbers," there will
bo, we presume, an unanimous response. Wo
have dene enough to show our readiness to
concur honestly in the formation of a Union,
if that bo possible; but if it be the purpose, as
it unquestionably is tho purpose, to exercise
authority over us, and to indicate, by acts that
do not admit of question, the purposo to hold
us in subjection, it is certainly more manly and
quite as wise, va think, to submit lo euch con
il it Lou without voluntary c?'orts to concur in
such u consummation.
One hopeful view, however, is presented in
the more promising condition of our industrial
interests. It ia Tory clearly intimated (hat the
labor operations of our country, however un
fortunate the results, have been more BUCOCse
ful than might have been anticipated. And if
this be so, mid if there be the possibility of a
fair pvosecufion of our material interests, we
have the assurance that, under ordinary cir
cumstances, we eau make provision fur comfort
and Individual well-being; and these secured,
willi proper aims and purpose-", und proper
dispositions toward each other, wo 111113' attain
to a social condition us commendable as that to
be found in most other countries, whatever b<*
the depths to which our political forlunea mar
THE WOMEN'S BIOIITS CONVENTION.
Our telegraphic dispatches, some days ago,
mentioned that the above-named body met at
Albany, New York, on the 20th inst. Reside?
many olhcr old ladies present, we sec the
names of 1'ahkkii Pillsuuhy, Mr. or Mrs.
Blackwall (we cannot tell which, from the
report before us), and the inevitable PttBOKBICK
Douglass. Of course every one of these seer
csscs had her say, and every one of 1 hem harp
ed on the question of suiTragc. In former
meetings of this kind, the clergy were the chief
target at which all the sharp lingual missiles
were aimed. St. Paul used to be voted an old
fogy, and the Fathers all no better than so
many ninnies. The Apostles, Oiihikn and
St. Jeuome, aro at last permitted to rest in
pence, and the politicians are the scupegouts
now. Every party come in for its Bharc of
The Rev. Oltmpia Brown denounced as
"swindling reformers all who claim to be the
friends of progress and yet would deny the
right of suffrage to womnn." The Radical
leaders, botli in England and America, arc
soundly rated for their cry of ''manhood" suf
frage. "Wc want universal sufTragc," quoth
the politician in petticoats, "without distinc
tion of sex or color." The lady orators arc
decidedly personal in their remarks, and call
names very freely-true to tho instincts of
nature, combatting men rather than principles.
They passed several dozens of resolutions,
Ihe burden of all of which is suffrage or rep
resentation. The causo is looking up, they
jay ; but it behooves its advocates to work dili
gently, to make common cause with the negro,
ind not to rest till all shall have the privilege
)f the ballot, and man and woman, white and
black, all shall go to Congress. Why not? If
.olorcd gentlemen can represent the people of
Etoxbury in the Legislature, why should color
id ladies not go to Congress from any of the
rue blue districts in rural Now York ? These
lltra she-Radicals aro opposed to any educa
.ional test; for, say they, "the untutored negro
?vas loyal to the Union, when the educated
?Vest Pointer proved a traitor."
Of course it is all right. Women ought to
-otc, and have conventions, caucuses, barbe
mos, and whatever else they want. To be
?ure wc are only a recent convert, and as yet
lot entirely above an occasional doubt or mis
giving. Wc arc almost ashamed to say it, but
itill the most ungallant questions will obtrude
hcmselves: Who attends to the baby? and
vho-?-sews on the shirt buttons? Have
hese ladies no "mission" at home ? or is it bc
;ausc they have no home, and other endcariug
ics, that wc have these indecent public exhi
litioiiB ? That any woman of honest heart and
veil regulated mind ever takes part in such
irocccdings we do not believe. The grudual
icquiesccncc in these pretensions, on the part
if many leading men and public journals in
he North, is only another sign of the total
ubversion of tho old foundations in politics,
norals, and religion, and clearly denotes a
.radual advance toward an entire disintegration
?f civil society, in the old christian sense of
IBELAND FOB THE IBISII.
Mr. Bricht has gone over to Ireland to stir
rp the natives of that isle toa sense of their
vrongs. We are inclined to think that his cf
brts in that direction were scurcely needed.
L'he wrongs of Ireland for centuries has been
he theme of her poets, statesmen, orators,
?ovclists-indeed of every son and daughter of
3rccn Erin, wheresoover fate may bavo cast
heir lot. Rut Mr. BnioiiT has a remedy. He
issumes, and not without reason, that one of
he great grievances of the common people of
ireland is their practicable inability to own
and, or, in many enso-?. c?*en to obtain a lease
>r other guarantee of possession for a limited
ieriod. To remedy this, he proposes to consti
,uto a parliamentary commission, authorized to
.aiso ?6,000,000 by loan on tho c?edit of the
?ation, at three and a half per cent, to be em
ployed in buying Irish estates from such pro
prietors as will sell, at len per cent, above mar
ket prices; then rent (hem out to small farmers
it a rate say from ten to twenty-five per cent.
?hove what thoy pay at present for the same
nnds; said excess to be an annual instalment
oward paying for the land. The farmer would
!hus become tho owner of the property in a
given number of years, on very accommodating
This scheme has certainly much to oommend
it. Whether cr not it will provo feasible wc
-ire not prepared to Bay. But wo fear not.
A diupatoh to the Philadelphia Evening Tele
graph says that tho Grand Jury in sossion at Balti
more haa indicted several Judges of the recent
election for violation of tho election law. refusing
votors whom thoy considered rebel, ana also for
destroying ballots received from snpposod Conserv
ativo votors and putting Radical votoa in tho bal
lot-box in their places.
The San Francisco Boo says that a now road
has boon projected to bo called the San Francisco
Central Pacific Railroad Company, with a capital
Btook of ei,000,000. The initial point of the rood is
at Washington, on tho opposite sido of tho river
from Sacramento : and the terminus ia to bo at
Bonioia. Tho difitanoo is fifty-four and a half
. * 1
At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Virginia Central Railroad a resolution waa passed
favoring a change in the oharter of thla road bo aa
to authorize, if nocossary, ft purchaao of the Cov
Lngton and Ohio Railroau.
WANTED.-100,000 HEAVY Will TE OAK
PIPE STAVES. Apply to W. P. HALL.
November 22 tlimO Brown ?*_ Co. 's Wharf.
WANTED, THREE FURNISHED llODitIS,
with use of ICltcUon, for one gentleman mid two
ladies, lu a respectable family. References exchanged.
Apply to J. M. McCADE, No. 'JO broad street.
| November 24 slutli3*
WA N T E D.-A GOOD COOK, WHO CAN
como wull recommended, and also understands
milking a cow. Apply nt No 50 SOCIETY STREET, near
Kin?. unO* November 2(1
WANTED, A FIRST HATE COOK,
cither male or fournie, to cook for a s-.-all family.
Good wages to one well recommended. Apply to
E. BATES A CO.,
November 27 4* No. 122 Meeting street.
A YOUNG MAN, NOW IN THE CITY, WHO
J _. resides near OOM, Florida, In desirous of obtain
ing cmj)lo.vmout in that section of country, and offers
bis services os agent or in any oilier capacity. Ucst of
Charleston and Florida reforouccs given. Address J. Ii.,
at the Nowa Office. 8* November 23
WANTED-A SITUATION AS A CLERK
in a Grocery Ktoro in Um City of Charleston. The
very best of reference can be given. Address W. K. M.,
Columbia, 8. C. 13 November Ti
WANTED.-A COMPETENT HOUSE SER
VANT. Certificate of character required. White
preferred. Apply at thia office. November 11
_ FOR SAT.IO.
FOR SALE.-A HOUSE AND LOT FOR
for sale-No. 20 Columbus street, between Hooting
and Nassau streets. Apply at No. GW. King street.
November 17 etuthl'.*
THE UNDEKSI .'?NED DEFERS FOR SALE
OH RENT his l'lnnt-iUou, on Combnhco River,
called Myrtle Grove, Ove miles from Oreen Pond, n stallen
ou Uio Charleston and ?Savannah Railroad. It consist.-, of
thrco hundred and fifty ncrcs of rice land, on tlio best pitch
of the tide, seventy acres of high loud of the best quality
for cotton or corn, with uncleared oak, hickory dud pine
lands attached. For further particulars iuqulro nt the
olllco of Messrs. WM. C. ni?_E & CO,, or at Uio roeddenoo
of Uio subscriber, near Whitehall Station, Clinrlestoii and
Savannah Railroad. JAB. 13. HEYWARD.
November 8 thstul3
FOR SALE OR RENT, HOPETON PLAN
TATION, on North Santoo, containing 400 acres of
Klee Land, 400 acres of high land suitablo for cotton or
corn, also :.G0 acres of Pino land, with all necessary out
Apply to ft L. HOWARD,
November 28 rath boyeo _ Wharf.
I ?Um SALE OR RENT, THE VALUABLE
? SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, known as
"Bugby." This long-settled tract contains about 1800
acres of land on tho hoad waters of Wadronlaw and Bo
becket Rivors, most of it being on Wadmalaw, and tho
remainder extending over on John's Island, thus afford
ing a fino rango for stock of all kinds, and abundant re
sources for manuring tho higher lands, from which largo
crops ol' fino cotton and all kinds of provisions have hcrc
toforo boen mode. The only reason which induces the
owner at this timo to part with this property 1b that at
bis present reeidonco it is Inconvenient to lum to culti
For terms and further information apply to lion. JOHN
TOWNSEND, Ediuto Island, or to THEODORE STONEY,
Esq., Charleston. mthl4sl October 29
FOR SALE-ONE GEORGE PAGE CIR
CULAR BAW MILL, AND TWENTY-FIVE-HORSE
POWER STEAM ENGINE, now in completo operation.
capable of cutting ten thousand foot por day ; located not
over twenty-flvo miles from tho city, and on a largo tract
of land heavily timbered.
Tho abovo property will bo sold on very reasonable
terms. Apply to EDAUOH k MALLONEE,
At their Planing Mill, Horlbeck'a Wharf.
Novcmbor 28 12
I?M)R SALE, AN EIGHT-HORSE ENGINE,
J Boiler, eomo 8halting, Pulleys, Ac. Will sell cheap.
Inquiro of CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO.
November 29 3*
FOR SALE.-ONE BILLIARD TABLE,
Slate Body, Cues, Balls, Ac. Apply st
Corner of King and Liberty-street.
TO RENT, &c.
.XU) RENT, THAT DESIRABLE UWELb
X TNQ HOUSE No. 0 COMINO-8TREET, containing
seven square and two attic rooms, with pantry, closets,
and other conveniences. To a good tenant tho rent will
bo moderato. Possession given 1st January. Apply on
.tho promisee, or No. 0 OEORQE-3TREET.
November 29 ti is tu
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE COTTON PLAN
TATION, known as "Stoney Hill," sltuatod about
ono milo from Ringville, S. C, directly on tho South
Cirolina Railroad, containing about 1600 acres of land,
half of which is in a good stato of cultivation. Upon the
placo is a good DWELLING, formerly an overseer.
house, with good quarters, capable of accommodating
comfortably forty to fifty laboren., and aU necessary out
buildings. The Gin Houso is a largo and convenient
building, and the gin is worked by water power, the ma
chinery of which is perfectly now. This placo can bo
routed on reasonable terms.
For further particulars apply to C. H. SIMONTON,
Esq., Charleston, 8. C, or H. D. HANAHAN, Columbia,
8. C. 6* November 29
DELLA TORRE'S STEAM SAW MILL_
To Rent or Lease, all that fine MILL at tho cor
ner of Washington and Chapel streets. Apply to
November 2_ f WILLIS &CHIS0LM.
TO RENT, A HOUSE WITH FIVE ROOMS.
Good Yard and Well of Water. Apply noon (on the
promises) at No. 400 KING STREET.
November 27 tuths3*
TO RENT, MURPHY'S ISLAND, SITUAT
ED at tho mouth of tho South Kantee River, con
taining 660 acres of the best RICE LANDS, also about
800 acres fine SEA ISLAND COTTON LAND, which can
bo easily reclaimed and planted. On the place aro all
necessary buildings for a largo fore?; also Steam
Thresher, Rico Pounding and Saw Mill.
For further particulars, apply to 8. L. HOWARD,
Novembor 22 ihstu Boyco's Whan.
TO RENT-THE ELLIOTT MANSION, NO.
10 Gcorgo street Apply to LOWNDES k GREtf
BALL, Law Range, Broad street. tufa November 27
TO RENT, THE THREE-STORY BRICK
DWELLING No. 34 CHALMERS-STREET, wibi kitch
en, good elstern, well and storo attached. Possession
given immediately. Apply to
November 28 _ wftn_BENJ. MCINNES.
TO RENT, A LARGE AND COMMODIOUS
HOUSE, containing seven largo rooms, with cistern
and other necessaries attached, at No. 6-1 BEAUFAIN
8TREET. Possession gtvon immediately. For further
particulars, apply to LEVY k ALEXANDER,
November 28 3 No. 276 Klng-streot.
COOPER RIVER LANDS OF AN ESTATE
FOR LEA8E.-POINT COMFORT PLANTATION,
situated on tho western branch of Cooper River, and
also watered by Wuppahoola creek, will bo leased for ono
year from 1st January, 1867. This Plantation, within 26
miles of the city and dally communication toit by North
eastern Railroad, contains 166 acres prime river swamp
rice land, about 40 acres inland swamp rice land, and 181
aerea boat quality upland, suitablo for cotton or provi
sions. Most of this plantation has boon under success
ful culturo of rico and cotton during this year; Uio banks,
trunks, and lands aro in good order. Applications for
lcaso wlU bo roceivod in writing, to 1st December noxt
Conditions made known by applying to
T. GRANGE SIMONS, Exocutor,
Office of Wiilto ?? Polno,
November 1 th5 No. 4 South Atlantic Wharf.
TO RE NT.-CORNER STOKE ON EAST
sido of East Bay, being one of the mo?t deslrablo
locations in the city for buaiuess. Apply at this Ofllco.
November 28 8
TO RENT.-THE FINE THREE STORY
BRICK HOUSE, No. 14 Church stroot, with largo
cistern, pantry, Ac Apply to
' * " JAMES WELSMAN,
October 26 fmw_No. 2 Church street.
F~?R ' ira-U-T ON SHARES.-HEADQUAR
TERS PLANTATION, situated on Watoree River,
wiUi eight good mulos, wagons, plows, and every Utensil
requisito for the cultivation of a cotton crop. For par
ticulars apply to C. K. SINGLETON, on tho plantation,
or to ADAMS, FROST k CO., Adger's Wharf, Charleston.
November 20 _mwflJ
IO RENT.-ONE ROOM IN A GENTEEL
_. private family. Also KITCHEN and Servants' rooms.
For particulars apply at this Office._November 27
TO RENT, IN MEETING STREET, NEAR
Broad, part of a House, consisting of ?vo rooms
ono parlor, two bod-rooms, kitehon and servants' room.
Apply at THIS OFFICE._ Novombor 4
TO RENT, STORE NO. 153 EAST BAY, BE
ING ono of the most desirable locations in tho city
for business. Apply at W. 8. CORWIN & CO.,
November 8_No. 259 King strcot.
mo RENT-THE THREE STORY BRICK
X RESIDENCE, cast eldo of Meoting-atroot and ono
door south of Georgo-stroot. Is In thorough repair, and
baa been newly painted. October IS
BOARDING.-PERMANENT AND TRAN
SIENT BOARD, with comfortable rooms and at
tentive servante, can bo obtained at tho southeast cornor
of Meeting and Mai-Ot-ati-fr-ts._November-0
PR-rtfATja FAMILY HAVING THREE
well ___n_ishod Rooms, de-ires to teko A Family to
BOARD. Apply at No. 26 Anson stroot.
J > KO. 9 0EOBOE STREET.
V .) M.KS\S\J?
rilHF. MEMBERS OK Till; PALMT.TTO RASE RALL
JL CLUB aro roquostid to rui>et for play on Citadel
Oti'i-n, This Morning, al Nine o'clock.
In order that nine iniun?;?? may bo plaved, (ho playors
uro urged to be on tho ground punctually at tim appoint
ed hour. WM. H. BELLAMY,
November 20 1* Secretary.
CHARLESTON ?S? SAVANNAH RAILHUAU
A SPECIAL MERTING Ol'* TUB KTO-KHOLUEKS
or Uie Cl'arlestou Hud Havannah Railroad Company is
hereby called to bo hc!il in tho City of Charleston, al the
?jftlcc of tlio Charleston bmniw aud Tru6t coinpiuy.
Broad stiwt, on Thursday, tlio Rilli day ?ii December
next, at 12 M., when business of vital iinpori-ueo will bo
Ry order of the Hoard. 8. W. FISHER,
Novomber 2*2 tim Secretary and Treasurer.
ST. ANDREWS SOCIETY- 137TH AKNI?
TnF. SOCIETY \vn,L CELEBRATE THE 137th anni
versary at tho ?South Carolina Hall, Meeting
street, on Friday, 30th instant (St. Audrow'fl liny).
'I'ho pol?n for election of OfUt-ur- will bo Open from 12
o'clock to 2; aller which tho numil bunine >.<< meeting will
commence. WM. PAUL,
November 28 2 Secretary.
PORT ROYAL RAILRO/IO.
AN ADJOURNED MECTLNG Of THE STOCKHOLD
ERS wiU bo hold in tho building of tlio Alloudalo
High School, on tlio Second Saturday In Jauuary noxt, at
11 o'clock. A. M. ' J. C. DA VANT,
November 22 40 Soerotary.
WR. HERIOT k CO. HAVE REMOVED THEIR
o OFFICE to No. 9 BROAD STREET, over Coilr?
l?uiay's Dook Store. 2 November 29
HAS REMOVED HIS RES-DEN?.:!" AND OFFICE TO
No. 191 MEETING-STREET, on? door below
WentworUi-titreot 3 niwf I'.) October 1?
S CHEVEN k NISBET HAVE REMOVED THEIR, OF
FICE from No. IO'.) East Rav to ACCOMMODATION
WHARF. November 12
SILVER PLATE FO?VD.-A PIECE OF
SILVER PLATE, belonging to some of tlio Taylor
family, was taken from a negro Boroo timo bIuco, which
can bo lind by proving property and paying for adver
tisement. Apply at Ulla o0ico. November 23
DOG LOST.-LOST, OIY TILE NIGHT OF
t_o21dl_8t" a VERY LARGE, DARK BRINDLE
BULL DOO, answering to the name of ROVER. A
rowan! of TEN DOLLARS will bo ?Ivon if ho bo loft at
Ki). ?54 BULL STREET, or for information which wiU
lead to his recovery. 4* Novembor 28
I" OST, ABOUT THE lOTH INSTANT, ?
_* 8MALL BLACK AND TAN TERRIER POP, with
Morocco collar about his neck, f 6 reward for return to
No. 33 Uanoi street. _*** November 27
?_1AAIlEWAUD*-STOLEN FROM ST.
UD-LvJV/ Stephen's Parish, on tho night of tho 19tb
ult, a largo ORAY MARE, about IG bands high, dark
loss, a portion of the mane rubbed oil by a collar, limps
nonintlmi'H in tho right foro leg; h1x years old
Also, a Rght bay MARE COLT, main and tail roached.
Tho above reward wiU be niven for tho detection of thu
thief and recovery of tho horses, or $50 for thu re
covery of the horses.
Address H. SCHIPMAN.
Novembor 22 St Stephen's Depot, N. E. R. R.
rrUIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED
I into copartnership for the purpose of carrying on
the AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, at !,
339 K"*NG-STREET, under the firm of KlXnOY k CO.
November 24 stotb3_C_ HAMDERGER.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNESHIP.
THE FIRM OF WEBB k SAGE Ra DISSOLVED BY
W. L. WEBB is alono authorized to sign namo of firm
in Uquidation. WM. L. WEBB,
WM. M. SAGE.
Charleston, November 15th, 1800.
November 22_3 tutheS
-"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE PARTNER
J3l Bhip lately subsisting between WM. SHEPHERD,
FRANCIS H. DUC k McDUFF COHEN, under tho nomo
of "SHEPHERD, DUO k OOHEN," was dissolved on the
23d ultimo, by mutual consent. All debt- owing to tho
Bald port-ornhtp aro to bo received by WM. BHEPHEHD
or MoDDFF COHEN, who assume aR its UabiUUcs. The
namo of tho firm wiR be UBod only in the Uquidation of
FRANCIS H. DEC.
November 24 5 McDUFF COBEN.
WILL CONTO? IT. THE BUSENEHS OF THE LATE i
Firm in all ii? branches, under tho naroo of i
SHEPHERD - COHEN, and solicit a continuance of tho
patronage so UUorallv bestowed.
Novomber 34 5 McDUFF COHEN.
SCHOOLS. COLLEGES, kc.
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
MRS JOHN LAURENS, ASSISTED BY THE REV.
.?. B. W. ROWE, at No. 13 Coming stnol.
i di in ?wiiiuiciiciu:' October 1st, and ondina -lilly Is?.
For nartitulars apply as above.
OetoW l8_ _ti
HOME SCHOOL FOR ROYS.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITUTION WILL BE
resumed on tho 8ECOND MONDAY IN SEPTEM
BER, and continuo ten months. Tho number of pupils
is limit???! to twelve.
Tho Principal is a graduate in honors of Cambridge,
England, and has had moro than twenty years' experience
us n leachcr In tlio South.
Careful and thorough instruction will bo given in tlio
LATIN and GREEK CLAKSIC8, French and Spanish,
with a complete courso of English studies, including
MuLiiciiiaticH, Commercial, Arithmetic, and Book-Keep
Pupils wiR bo treated in all respects as members of his
fanlily, and will receive the undivided caro and attention
of tho Principal in tho prcparutlou of their various stu
References.-To the Faculty of tho South Carolina Uni
versity, and to present and former patrons.
For terms and further particulars, address tho under
signed. RICHARD FORD, A. M.
Columbia, August, 18GC. atuth August 11
REV. DR. LORD'S
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
LADIES, corner Meeting and Charlotte streets,
will bo opened again for the recoption of pupils on the
1st of October noxt All tho branches of a liberal and
polito education are taught. Tho junior pupils form
a separate department, and receive particular attonti on.
August 17 _f
GIRLS HIGH AND NORMAL SCHOOL,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
THE COMMISSIONERS OF FREE SCHOOLS TAKE
pleasure in announcing to the publie that tho Exer
cises of this Institution wiR be resumed on Wednetday,
the 2d January, 1867. The services of tho Rev. HENRY M.
MOOD, A. M., late President of tho Columbia Female Col
lego, have been secured, and a competent corps of in
structors will bo engaged.
In consequence of tho failure of the L?gislature
to mako any appropriation for tho ?support of this School,
tho Board will bo compelled to charge for tuition an
amount sufllcient to cover the actual expenses of tho
Behool. Tho terms will bo fifty dollars per annum,
Cayablo quarterly, in advance. This chargo covers all
ranchos formerly pursucd;ln tho Institution, including
French, Vocal Music and Drawing.
In addition to the regular Classes thero wiU bo a Pre
paratory Class for less advanced Scholars.
Pupils desiring admission must signify their Intention
Immediately, to the Secretary of tho Board, at his ofilco,
In tho Norman Behool Building.
Pupils from the country desiring information in regard
to board, will address tlio Principal at Charleston, Key
Box No. 3. 0. O. MEM MINGER, Chairman.
E. MoNTAfioE Gnr_KE, Secretary.
November 19 mwflO
J. F. lU-nc-c
202, -.ectinn Stra?e,
unferridjtct I*eut'ct)e fat bet cn"Iifd)eu ??-radje t-tjlid) con
7 lui !? Rt)r ?Wciibe.
November 20 _^___^
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
T1TE ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF THIS SCHOOL
W?1 oommonce at 9J? A. M., Monday, 20th Novem
bor, and bo contlnuod on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Fri
day. Parent- and Guardians of Pupils, and tho public
gonerally, aro respectfully invited to attend.
W. It. KINOMAN,
November 20_9 Principal.
THE 8UB80RIBERS, ON MONDAY NEXT, NOVEM
BER 6th, will open a N *C*HT SCHOOL at the Free
Bcliool Building, on Monting-filVot, roar Mary, at which
wUl be taught BOOK-l*_-SP_t*G, WRITING, MATHE
MATICS ead ENGLISH. Tormo moderate.
A -har? of tlio publie p-tvoMffj id riaspoctfully so
Apply at the SCHOOL dally, between the hours of 0 A.
M. and 2 P. U. ; after 2 P. JL, at No. 07 OOMING-frrRRET,
noarOalhoun. A. DOTY, Jn,
Octob? so imo L. tiSBtVFB?T
_ II OTK.!..S.
WINYAII IHM s?., GEORGETOWN, S. C.
rpHE SUBSCRIBER, LATE OF CHARLESTON, 3EG?_
to inform tho travelling public that ho has LEASED'THK
ABOVE HOUSE, which ho ha. thoroughly rci>aircd and
renovated. Visitors will find all tho acconuuodations of
a FIRST CLASS .ESTABLISHMENT.
A IHI.LIAIID SALOON mid UAH, stocke 1 with lb*
BEST IMPORTATIONS, In attached.
HAiutv L. __. .t...;, 1 ropnotor.
Uctolier 30 lino
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It haH bean remodelled omi refurulHhed
throughout. The tra\olli?ifr publie, traunieut vlsitorB, or
other?., will lind in it ?II the luxuri?s of o FIRST-CLASS
ESTABLISHMENT, couibhtod with the comforts of
Tho location is mm ni t..e most airy and pleasant for
rammer. A Hilliard Saloon tor the lovers of this hcalth
lnl cxorciPo Is attached. Nu pain? or expenso spared to
give entire lutiiiliiclion. 1\ OPDEBECK.
_TI NA NCI Ali.
MONEY t HONEY ! ! MONEY ! ! !
SI;?,ODD TO LOAN
I710R FROM ONE TO SIX MONTHS. CITY OF
; Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock tahen _s colinton.
security. Apply t"
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Brolter,
November 27 tullis. Broad h I re-t.
C1HECE8 ON NEW yORK FOR SALE l.Y
> TAFT ., HOWLAND.
J-Jovomber 27 tnths?
C.HECK8 IN SU.MS OF SA AND UPWARDS ON THE
J Union Bank or Loudon.
For Kale, by CONNER & WILSON,
November8_tlmlull No^T. Broad street.
CHECKS ON NEW YORK,
NEW ORLEANS, AND
, , AUGUSTA. GA.
For sale by CONNER A WTI.SON,
Novcmbor H_thatull No. jj Broad atrcct.
GOL!)! GOLD!! GOLD!!?"
Gi OLD. SILVER, BANK BILLS
T UNITED STATES COMPOUND INTEREST
UNITED STATES 7-EO BONDS
STOCKS, BONDS. Ac, of all kind?, purchoaod at highest
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, Broad street.
Octolior 5 fniw 2mon
s o x__ r>.
TERLING, FRANCS, AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE,
C. T. LOWNDES & CO.,
NO. 10 BRO.AD STREET.
November 15 Imo
DHIECTOR Ol' THE GRAND OPERA,
Has the honor to announce
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
NOVEMBER 23ru AND 30m,
Tho only onos which can be given this sea ;on by the f d
M A HI E FREDERIC!, tho very popular Prima Donna
of the German Grand Opera Troupe, her finit appearance
omeo her return from Europe.
Mr. THEO. HABELMAN, tho celebrated Lyric Tonore.
Mr. FRANZ HIMMER, tho popular Tonore.
Mr. WILHELM FORMES, tho fnmoua Baritone, and
Mr. JOSEPH HERMONS, tho great Uaaso Profundo.
Misa CLARA LANG and Mr. WILLIAM GHO.SURTH,
Piano Virtuoso and Conductor.
The Director-, toko greut pleasure in being able to pro
sent in Grand Opera Concert au urray of artists of auch
great uniform excellence. Tho requirements of Grand
Opera rarely present in an individual caste more than
half thefio great Lyric Stars in a singlo evening.
. f, Tho Programmes for the evening), in this city are ea
pecially selected with reference to presenting on each oo
caaion ALL THE ARTISTS, in their most popular roles.
To tht great public of the lar;:c dtlos nothing needs bo
said, their merit.?, aro widely and thorough); known; but
as tho Director of tho Grand Opera Concert Company,
lu taking au entilo tour of the Continent, purposes visit
ing soverol cilios whero these arlint.-i have not hitherto
appeared, tho following brief endorsement-, ure given as
coming from tho moat eminent source., and directly to
FiiEnEmcr-"Her voleo has been unequalled within
our knowledge sinco the days of Lind and Boaio."-Edi
torial of Dwight'.i Musical Journal.
Hahelman-"He in undoubtedly tho beat and most
popular Tonor now iu America."-Mr. MeMlchaol, Mayor
of Philadelphia, Editorially in tho North American.
nnr-M ans- "Hit. bnpcraonatiou of Mi-phistophcloBia one
of tho vory greatest pieces of a.ting I havo ever aeon."
Opinion expressed by Edwin Forreat, and also by J. W.
"His volco la a ponderous musicul marvel."-Chicago
HiM__i__n-"Wo never remember to have aeon his equal
aa an actor la Grand Opera."-Mr. Ticknor, of tho emi
nent -inn o? Ticknor k Fields, critically lu the Heston
Fobjjes-"His volco is delightful and of sufflciont
power. Ho ia a great ocquiaitlou to the American Lyric
Field."-Now York World.
In addition to Uio regular Programme tho Grand Act
AND GRAND GARDEN ACT OF GOUNOD'S
_F _A. XT S T !
MAROUERIT'E-her original role.Marie Fuedebici
FAUST-his original role.Fhanz Hiumeu
MEPUISTOPUELES-his original rolo.. Joseph HEnwANS
SELBE I.-for tliia occasion.Tiinononr. H ad ki._ja_n
The above is the groat FAUST CASTE, which han ren
dered this Opera so famous. Mr. HERMANS introduces
tho Serenade Song in this Act.
AD5II8SION $1. Reserved Seats 60 conti? oxtra.
Solo of Scoured Scate will com m o nee WEDNESDAY
MORNING, at 0 o'clock, at SIEOLING'8 MUSIC STORE.
November 27 4
HAVING ALMOST ENTIRELY SUPERSEDED ALL
OTHER METHODS for the insertion of ARTIFICIAL
TEETH, I am prepared to do work for the publie by this
process, as well as by any other method known to the
Tothoso requiring Artificial Tooth, the VULCANITE
BASE offora tho following groat recommendations, vis:
The timidity for tbo extraction of such tooth, or roots of.
tenth, as are Bull retained prior to tho insertion of Arti
Acial Teeth, deterring as it doos so many, I would her?
state that I wiU oxtraot aU Buch teeth puke o? omi an*
PBRK of pain by the Narcotic Spray process, the. efficacy
of which I have tho assertion of any number of pationt*.
for whom I have operated -with it; boaidos insorting now
?eta of Artificial TocUi at as modorato ratea as they cam
bo had of any operator in the city.
THEODORE P. CHUPEIN, Dentist,
Office No. a7? King-street, opposite Hotel.
Horenxtoer 6 inthlmo