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-Gotten closed in New York at 19 for Middl
-Gold closed st 43j.
-Cotton closed in Liverpool at 8? for
-Deer are said to be very abundant iu Nt
Carolina this seaaou.
-Wages in France hnve increased 40 per c
wi th ir. the last fiueeu y oars.
-An official letter from Pensacola, dated on
lat lustant.-statos that the yellow fever is abat?
-At least 350 new houses are now going nj
Paterson, N. J., most of which are handsome
-The 8th has been appointed by the Lord Bis
of Toronto as a day of thanksgiving iu Canada
the abundant harvest.
-The corner-stone of a new couvent was la i
Louisville- last weak, lt will be called the Com
ot the Good Shepherd.
-The citizens of York couuty, Pa., have i
tributed nearly $1,000 to relieve the yellow f
sufferers in the South.
-The English champion swimmer has swam
thousand yards in seventeen minutes. Thit
said to be the fastest time on record.
-Several French officers belonging, or who L
belonged, to the army of Africa are to bo attac
to the Abyssinian expedition.
-The grape harvest is beginning on the isla
of Lake Erie. Over fifty tons were received at ?
dusky for shipmeut the first three days of last w<
-Out of the twelve gentlemen who acted as
recaption committee when Charles Dickens visi
New York in 1842, all but one, P. M. Wetmore,
-At the Saumer races iu Franca on the 1st
September, three accidents occurred in cou
quence of five horses bolting. An officer of
9th Cuirassiers was kided, and two other pera
bad broken ribs and other injuries.
-A conflict between France and Peru is fea
The Chancellor of the French Consukte had b
insulted in the s treats, and the Peruvian auth
ties, bad doue nothing to repress the mauife
-Among the powers which will devolve on (
dins! Antonelli by his appointment as Treas.1
to the Court of Borne, ia that of coining mo
during the interval from the death of the P
until the assembling of the conclave.
-The Jefferson Tex ts) Bulletin, bom m fori
tion received from all q-tartera, feels warrante*
estimating the yield of cotton in all the couutie
Eastern Texas at no mote than one-half the ci
It ia expected that about, twenty thousand bi
will be shipped trent Jefferson during the sea?
-The receipts of the Universal Exhibition fi
the 1st of April to the 10th of September, are e
mated at seven millions and a half of frat
Therefore, during the seven weeks, or nearly
whioh the Exhibition has still to romain opei
million and a hali of francs must be received
order to attain the sum of nine millions requi:
to cover the expenditure. That thia result will
obtained ia not improbable.
-Charges have been filed in the Postoffice I
pertinent, at Washington, against Wells, Farge
Co., for gross 'neglect in-the transmission of mt
on the overland route in California and the Tei
tories. Included with the c larges are affidav
containing statements that United States rn
bags are frequently thrown out when the tra
are heavily loaded, and left to rot on the prari
or to be spoiled by the Indians.
-The Seventh Annual Fair of the St. Louis Ag
cultural and Mechanical Association opened une
the most favorable auspices. The weather v
very warm and the attendance good. The entn
number over 5000, exclusive of live stock. T
machinery, agricultural implements and textil
fabrics are unusually full, and make a splend
display. There is also a large amount cf sto
norn many of the Western States, and a considei
ble number of blooded sheep from Canada.
-A letter from Carlsruhe says: "A new eccl
siastioal confiiot is seen in the horizon. A roce
ministerial decree requires that young Catho!
and Protestant theologians shall undergo, beroi
officers appointed by the authorities, an examin
tion respecting their general education. Tl
Archbishop ot Friburg protests against thia o;
der, and forbids bis theologians to submit to i
On the other hand the Government seems to ii
tend to have it strictly carried out."
-The census returns have now been complete
in Iowa, with the exception of four counties. Tl
population is so far found to be 898,194, an it
crease of 145,000 in two years, or very nearly te
per cent, par annum. It is remarked that thia i
the highest gain, both absolute and proportional
that the State bas yet known in the same period c
time, except under the influence of the great mi
gration mania of 1854 and 1855, is which perioi
the Increase was 200,0??) ou a population of 318,00t
or about thirty per cent, per annum.
-Danseuses have become scarce, judging fron
circulars from the managers of certain theatre
now going the round of the Work-rooms of Paris
By theee circulars vormg women are offered fron
50 franca to 60 franc? per month for attendance oi
the stage. The further inducements are held oui
to them of short and diaphanous costumes, anc
that the most deserving among them (read the
prettiest) will be grouped on tho front of thc
stage. This is a new style of recruiting, but emi?
nently characteristic of the tono of morals of the
-One of the historic curiosities of tho Park
of Compiegne is about to disappear. The cele?
brated iron eradlo where the first Napoleon receiv?
ed his bride, Marie Louise, in 1810, intending
thus to recall her home at Schoenbrunn, is about
to be destroyed, with the exception of one hun?
dred and fifty yarda cf the reserved park. As
to that portion of it which has always been open
to the public, it will be kept up in its present
state. The cause of this demolition ia to gain a
view of Mount Gannelon. The iron of which this
cradle was formed weighs fifty thousand pounds.
-The Paria correapondent of the London Morn?
ing Poet writes: MI have endeavored to find out
what colored hair and eyebrows will be worn this
year. The artists in hair have met and agreed
t:at dark eyebrows are to accompany golden
tresses, and golden eyebrows black bair. Brown
or chestnut locks and curls are not to ba tolerated.
lt is not quita settled if the chignon is to be main
tamed; it is believed not, if a more .expensive and
complicated decoration can be invented. The
complexion is to be dead pearl pale, the hps very
hg ht pink, and the mouth to be worn slightly
-The consular agent of France at Formosa has
lately made known the existence of coal at Pong
bau, the chief island in the group of the Pesca-.
dores, which lie between Formosa and the coast of
China. There is a good port in the Island of Pong
bau, called Nabung, with excellent anchorage at
all seasons of the year and in all weathers. A
commercial publication, the "Annales du Com?
merce," says that the only bed of coal yet discov?
ered ia at the Northern extremity of the Island,
but that ft is probable ether beds will be found
throughout the whole extent of the aubsoU, as
well as in the other islands in the same group.
No exploration bss yet been attemrted, nQr
would it be permitted by the Chinese, so that the
supply of coal is limited to such as can be found
on the surface, which ia necessarily of an inferior
-The Chicago Times says : "A loyal person iu
New York proposes that the loyal leagues shall
make a present of $250,000 to Mrs. A. Lincoln, in
order that that lady may not be constrained to
part with the small trifle of f45,000 worth of jewel?
ry, 'owing to the inadequacy of her income.' A
loyal newspaper concern in th> city characterizes
it as 'an absurd proposition.' Why absurd ? Did
not the loyal leagues give mote than $350.000 to
save Southern women and children from starva?
tion ? Does any loyal man itseert that they did
not give a 'red cent' to that humane and Chris?
tian object? Of course no lcyal mau makes such
an assertion. How is it, then, that a loyal news?
paper is so disregardful of its party obligations as
to characterize the proposition to give Mrs. A.
Lincoln $250,000, to keep bei from selling ?45,000
worth of loyal jewelry, as 'absurd'? This is Barely
a most reprehensible example oi loyal ingrati?
-A Connecticut paper sums up the pressing
needs of Yale College-which must be in a terrible
state of destitution-aa follows: "Yale College
needs a botanical garden and a zoo'ogica! garden, ?
where the flora and fauna of every country may
be studied by means of living specimens. She
needs a flrBt-clasa observatory, one which shall be, <
at lesat, second to none on the continent. She (
needs a complete museum, in whioh the aria, the 1
antiquities, the popular lifo, the civilization of all t
the various race8 ot the globe shall be fully illus- |
trated. She needs a permanent gallery of paint- <
ing and aculpture, large additions to her library, "
and a considerable increase lu the contents of her j
cabinets of natural history. 8he needs a fund to li
provide resident fellowships for some of ber most ii
promising graduates; she ue6da , fund for the j,
creation of travelling fellowshlpa; .he nMaa a a
fund for the increase of her professors' salari?e ti
and for the establishment of new chairs.'' w
lax naif c?ix ooansaos "oftha F?P3 111 Ital-V
?bicb wa? conceded by Pepin, King of the Franks,
a 7?4, confirmed by Charlemagne in 774, and
rhich has been since subject to moro or less of
*mporal vicissitude*, appears to be again sorioua
v threatened by tho revolutionary elements which
lave boon lately evoked by Garibaldi, aud which
tis arrest by tho Italian Government, instei.d o;
veakening, seems to have intensified. If there is
liscontent in the capital city of Rome, it does not
leem to have beeu yet manifested. No evidence
>f a local revolt has yet been given, but the move
ueut appears to be external, though none the leas
Luigermta ou that account; lt is stated that iu
ftterbo the authorities have not yet boen able to
suppress tho insurrections which followed the ar?
rest of Garibaldi, and that the Northwestern por?
tion of the Roman territory is in the hands of the
insurgents. If it be true, a3 auuouncod in the
oable telegram of tbe 2d, thit the command?
er of the forces of tho Pope has called upon
the Italian Government for assistance, and
that this has been refused, there can be little
doubt that the situation is serious ; yet it can
hardly bo expected that it will be allowed to con?
tinue so. The Italian Government may be ex?
pected to take lorther action, and if necessary,
France may intervene. It waa reported when Gari?
baldi advanced to the frontier that French soldiers
were embarking for Rome, but this report waB not
confirmed. Ey the Conventiou of 1864 the Italian
Government agreed to suppress any invasion of
the Roman territory from Italy, and France was
to withdraw her forces from Rome, which was doue
in 18tW, and it is contended that the spirit of this
treaty will be violated if France should again un?
dertake intervention. lu that event, the friendly
relations of France and Italy might be interrupted,
unless the tonner should aot with the consent of
the latter. Still later oable dispatches from Italy
ore of an exciting description. Fighting has be?
gun at various places, and iu one engagement thc
Papal troops are said to have been beaten. A
meeting of the friends of Garibaldi had been held
at Turin, and revolutionary speeches made, and
meetings at other points were projected.
THE LTSPIOASA STBIATA, a new grass in this
country, has excited considerable attention of j
late in Georgia, Alabama and also in different
parts of this State. Tho Tuskeege Alabama
News, in noticing us advent in that place, de?
scribes it as follows : " The horses, cows, sheep,
goats, hogs-eventhing that eats grass are de?
lighted with and are fattening upon it. It appears
to be a variety of clover : does uot grow high ;
higher among weeds, briars and sedges thin any
where elae. Three or four iuoh'.-s is its commou
height in the woods aud old fields ; eight ot ten
inches among weeda, briars aud sedge. Grows
thick, and is very rich and green. Dry weather
has ''in little influence upon it. it comes early
and remains dom rahing and grean all the season.
Wo believe it to be the greatest blessing in the
form of a grass that has ever been bestowed
upon the bouth. It will be a great agent in re?
newing our exhausted lands. Farmers need not
fear- it, for it can be easily killed, having only a
straight tap root, and but few fibres. Whether it
can be so improved by cultivation that it can be
cut as hay remains to be tested. What ia it?
Where does it come from ?" As we have already
stated, it crme fror i Japan. We lately conversed
with a planter from Morgau county, who inform?
us that it has been cut for hay this summer in
that county, aud that it tnado a large yield,
which all kind ol stock seem to be fond of. We
learn, also, that a large planter in Columbia
county has made his crop of cotton this year upon
the Lespidasa alone without corn or fodder. We
believe, with the editor of the News, that it will
prove the greatest blessing in the form of a
grass that has even Leeu bestowed upou the
Tue PAN-ANQLICAK S?NOD in Loudon has dis?
cussed the following questions : 1. Intercommuni?
cation bctweeu the members of the Auglican com?
munion. 2. Colonial churches. 3. Co-operation in
missionary actiou. These g?n?ral proposais e_
braced a variety of details which, for.the conve?
nience of the Synod, were embodied iu resolutions,
Bishops were present from all parts of England
and her colonies, Scotland, and the United States.
But the English press thinks the proceedings use?
less. The London Nawa says : "Aftor ail the ex?
planations that have appeared, the public does not
quita understand for what purpose bia Grace the
Primate has summoned sixty or seventy of bis
Episcopal brethren from tho tour corners of the
earth, and assembled them here in the dead sea?
son, when there is positively nobody in town. Per?
haps it would not be too much to say that this
doubt and 'uncertainty must be to some extont
shared by many of the visitors themselves. Three
and twenty bishops are reported to have come
from the colonies, seven from Scotland, and aa
many as nineteen from the United States, to take
part in the Conference at Lambeth Palace, whare
they are to meet twenty-six bishops of the United
Chur ch of England and Ireland." The Pall niall
Gazette saya : "The really melancholy part of the
matter is, that the aristocracy, so to spsak, of the
Pan-Anglican Church-to use the strange title
whioh has somehow or other been appropriated to
them-should .meet together at such a time as this
with such an absolute want ot appreciation of the
real religious problems of the time, with which
they will most assuredly havo to grapple sooner
yr later, unless they mean to tall into silent, un?
THS WASHINGTON correspondent of ths New
iorkTribune, Octobor 5, says: "The Govornment
las just begun to prosecute two prominent New
lurkers, one a citizen of Bath aud the other of j
horning. They aro charged with swindling the
Kate of New York out of about $300,000. It ap?
icara that in 1864, when President Lincoln made a
sali for 300,000 mau, these two New Yorkers
barged with fraud v.-re reconnu anded by the
3oard of Supervisors of Steuben County as ? ??nts
if the County to go South and recruit colored men
0 help fill JU? quota of the county. On this te
ommendation the Governor commissioned them,
.nd they went South. They succeeded ih recruit
Qg four hundred men, who were duly mustered
ato the service ' the Government. These re?
mits were each to receive about $GO0 State bounty
?ad $40 county bounty. It ia charged that these
nen who were recruited were never paid a cent of J
his money, but the agents, by means of forged
'ouchers and false representations, collected the
rhole amount from the State aud pocketed the
ame. The soldiers who were swindled have made
, claim for their money, and the Government Tn
ends prosecuting the same. Proceedings have
.eon instituted against the accused at Albany for
btaiping. money from the Stat?-on false pre
encea, and indictments are about being Issued
gainst them by the District Attorney at Charlea
on, in behalf of the negro soldiers, in the vicinity
f which city most of them reside. This, it is said,
1 but one of many similar cases, and the Govern?
ment, through the Freedmen's Bureau, is after
ther parties charged with similar offences."
HOMBUBO, the rival of Baden-Baden, has lately
ad a new sensation in a Quixotic encounter be?
reen Mr. Labouchere, a tn.taber of the British
'arliament, and an italian named Farina. Mr.
^bouchers, it seem a, thinks it his duty to aot asa
?oral Cerberus to tne ladies ot bia acquaintance at
uah dangeroua places as Homburg, and to aee
hat they are not imposed upon by adventurers,
n pursuance of this seif-sonatituted champion
hip, the English M. P. warned a certain lady
igainBt 8ignor Farina, and when the Signor de
uanded an explanation, Labouchero not only
?wned the bott impeachment, but added that he
ntendei to waru every lady of his acquaintance in
vhose society he might hereafter see ibo Ital ian
hat he and his title of baron wero ??l8e- and clinch
4 tho matter bj a personal assault.or.as he called it
'attempted to chastise the fellow as he dosorved "
The Soirditant Baron retaliated by informing tho
?ublic a few duys afterward that after having niven
lr. labouchere H blow before tho word, he had *
raited iu vain foi a message, that ia, a challenge 1
tom that geutlemau, aud that being obliged to
?ave Homburg on famdy biwinuas. he took thia
nethod (a local newspaper) of explaining the
tate of tho matter. Mr. Labouchere replies to
his card- in thu same journal by hts version (
given above,) and concludes by ottering Signor
'ai ma tho pleasing alternatives of citing him- Mr. '
labouchere before a German or au English tri- '
muai, as he prefers, to prove whether he is not the
. iiuinc Fariua.
THE NATION, speaking of difficulties in the pro
eee of reconstruction, says there are some which
an be met in only one way, "and that is by frank
I avowing that tho crisis is so tremendous, thut
he majority has taken upou itself to do whatever
he occasion plainly calls for, constitutional or un
onstitutionai." This is certainly a eery "frank
vowel," says the New York Times, and though t
e think it comes very near the truth, it ia not
kely to be endorsed as accurate by "the major
y." 8ome of the leaders, however, and among
iem Mr. Thad. Stevens, have nevor hesitated to
vow that they were acting outside the Constitu
on, and without auy regard for the restrictions
hieb it imposes upon the pow*r ol Congress.
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THE SITUATION I V EUROPE.
Everything which might bj any possibility
be interpreted to show a' feeling of public secu?
rity, has for months been examined daily with
anxiety, apprehension and distrust. The Ire
nometer has pointed low, and bids fair to sink
still more. There is a glut of bullion in the great
money centres of Europe, and interest at rates
unprecedentedly low. Lven speculation is at
a stand-still. The erops have been short, pro?
visions are high, commerce and manufactures
languishing, and labor of every kind is over?
stock^ and underpaid. Taxes are heavy,
conscript, on active, and the' moat stupendous
armaments every where in preparation. In
short, everything is calculated to induce the
expectation of a general financie 1 crash, to be
caused perhaps by the result of war ; but it is
well known that an anticipation of war often
exercises even a more prejudicial influence on
business than -war itself.
The sources of inquietude at present are
three. 1. The Roman question. 2. The Pru9
so Gallic complications ; and S. The Eastern
question Of these the first is the one now
uppermost in the minds of the civilized world ;
the second and third depending largely upon
the conduct of the chief actors in the first.
As ia necessarily the case in the accurately
balanced and jealously guarded system of Eu?
ropean statecraft, anyone question of Conti?
nental importance must be intimately connect?
ed and intertwined with every other Continen?
The Eastern Question is a chronic sore, at
[resent affecting only Turkey and Russia, but
an important factor in every calculation of the
European balance of power; because upon its
bearing on this interest depends the status of
Russia in any given quarrel ; and Russia being
one of the chief powers of Europe, if not the
very first of them all, her attitude always
merits serious consideration.
The relations of France and Prussia have
Undergone no change by any recent event.
Each of these two neighboring nations is
in a state of irritation against the other;
not because either has been, or is likely to be
materially injured hythe other; but simply
because the egoism of the French bas been
touched, and their boastful self-importance
threatened perhaps their relative power in
Europe lessened. 'The Prussians, on their
part, it must be confessed, have not borne
their recent honors very meekly, and their re?
sentment has just grounds in the presumption
of French dictation in the internal affairs of
Germany ; but we deprecate the tone prevalent
in the Prussian press, and carnot disguise our
surprise that so impassive a statesman as Count
BISMARCK should think it proper to indulge in
the same strain, as he has done in his recent
circular to thc diplomatic agents represent?
ing Prussia at foreign courts. It may be that
the co-existence of the Italian difficulty has
increased the boldness of BISMARCK. Cer?
tainly the two questions are becoming close'y
The Pope depends for support exclusively on
France, which is yielded by her in watching
the Italian Government, and compelling it by
moral force to observe treaty stipulation.1?.
The Italian Government made public on
the 21 at the following declaration : " The
Ministry has carefully watched up to tte pr??
tent tho great agitation which, under the glo?
rious nave of Rome, is trying to force the
sountry tu violate the international stipula
lions consecrated by the vote of the Parlia?
ment, and the honor of the nation. The Min?
istry regretted the injury which such agitation
would do to the tranquility of the State, the
public credit, and those financial operations on
which depend the well-being and fortune of the
jountry. L'pl?* the present the Ministry have
respected the rights of all citizens, but now
hat, contrary to those rights, certain persons
would proceed to threats, the Ministry feel it
heir duty to preserve inviolate the public con
.dence and the sovereignty of the law. The
jrovernment will remain faithful to, and tho?
roughly carry out, the declarations laid before
ind accepted by Parliament. In a free state
io citizen can rise above the law, or substitute
iimself in the plaee of the high powers of the
iation,jtnd. thus disturb by violent means the
>rganization of the country and lead her into
he gravest complications. The Ministry has
wnfidence in the wisdom and love of country
>f the Italians ; and if any one should fail in
o\ t* lt y toward those national stipulations, and
ihould attempt to iolate that frontier for
vhich we have passed our word, the Ministry
viii not permit such an act in any way, and
rill place on those persona contravening this
irder the responsibility of whatever acts they
But this will deceive no one. We would not
vish to be understood as doubting the sinceri
y of RATAZZI, and if there were any suspicion
if this kind, it should be dispelled by the de
?unciation GARIBALDI launches against him in
me of his recent letters from his prison. But
?ATAZZI is but the servant of the Italian peo
ile; and how soon the cry of GARIDALDI, "On
o Rome"-"Ilaly cannot disregard the appeal
>f the Romans," will be re-echoed from sea to
wa, from Oeuoa tu Messina, in Lombardy,
Tuscany, and Palermo, it is impossible to
'ay. Aa yet the revolul?unary effort may not
.? bayon?! the ability of (hf Government tosup
Jress, but from all appearance?, it is highly
probable that such will Ixe the case very soon.
H*? King has now 40,00(1 troops lo guard the
tinman frontier, but accounts from all sides
igree in staling that 100,000 men would be in
inftioieul tu prevent the Irruption; that young
neu enter the Papal territory daily in large
?umbers; and thal any day we may expect to
?ear that the arjiy of the Pope either has
uade common cause with the revolutionists, ur
las surrendered It is idle to suppose that
reaty stipulations can withstand such an im
mise RATAZZI must endeavor to control the
torm he cannot avert, or he and his ?overn
ueut will be destroyed in the ^maelstrom. It
nay be we overrate the strength and intensity
t* this feeling for national unity-it is so difh
ult to obtain relinble information at Ibis dis
lance, coming, as it always 'loes, through
chauuds biassed either ou the liberal or th?
1 NATOLEON certainly could prevent the con?
summation of the project of GARIBALDI und his
patriot band. We will not say that (he entire
army and navy of France, her moral ami ma?
terial power, would not be amply sufficient to
crush GARIBALDI and his whole army of red
shirtcd volunteers, with or without the assist?
ance of the Italian Government bul why
should NAPOLEON underlaLe such an expedi?
tion '.' ?9 he in a position lo (brow lite gaunt?
let lo VICTOR EMANIEL, with all of Germany
ready to support Italy, and Russin, with ker
eye jealously fixed on Constantinople, watch?
ing developments? We think uol. Under
the circumstances, it Js clearly the policy <>f|
the Freuen Government lo avoid war, or auy
complication with foreigu powers that may lead
lo war. If it is true, as is alleged, that Prussia
desires to provoke France into a war, il should
in itself be a 9trong reason for a pacific policy,
in obedience to the maxim of the first NAPO?
LEON : "Never do anything your enemy wishes
you to dp."
It is. altogether impossible tor us to
penetrate the future, or even to venture any
guesses, with anything like a confident hopo of
accuracy. There are too many unknown
quantities in the problem to work it out by any
of the- known rules of political algebra. -
There is undoubtedly t;easou to npprehend war
before many months; as the season for fighiing
has, however, passed for this year, we are jiot
without hope, that ere another Spring dawns
upon the Alps, the Jura and the Pyreunees.
the voice of reason and of peace will be heard,
and obviate the necessity of calling in the sword
and the needle-gun to settle the pending dis?
There are a thousand reasons why the peo?
ple Of Europe should live together in peace,
amity and union, and not a single one why they
should cut, slash and hew each other. It is
seldom that any material interest requires the
intervention of the sword; and it is certainly
high time that the superior intelligence of man?
kind should assert itself in a universal discoun?
tenance of a resort to arms, either because of
the lust of power in the bosom of a King, or be?
cause of a supposed insult lo au over sensi?
tive national vanity.
SITU ATION WANTED BY A SINGLE MAN
AB FARM GARDENER OR FRUIT OHO WER. Ad
dreea M. H.. OFFICE DAILY NEWS, tor three days.
OciObOTll _._ 1* .
WANTED, BY A LAD Y, AN EXPERI
. EN'OED business person, a situation in a Fancy
Store, either city or country, is also, a competent dress?
maker and milliner. Address through tho Charleston
Poatofflce MISS A. McKAY.
October ll_ 2? .
WANTED, A JU&PJB COW. APPLY AT
No. 92 CANNONSTBKET. 1* October ll
WA N TED, BY A WHITE WOMAN,
American, a Situation for House Work and to
make heraeif generally useful. Apply at TBIS OFFICE.
October lu . ._2?
WANTED TO RENT, A SMALL HOUSE IN
a respectable neighborhood, in any poruc. of the
city. A fair price will b > paid, and prompt paymeut
guarantied. Apply at the Ivy House, No. 26 Anson
street October 7
HOI SK TO RENT.-A NICE, COMPOR TA
BLE HOUSE io TenL with a very targe yard, nsai?
th e business portion of tho city. To a good tenant terms
"moderate. Addrsa* BOX No. 389, Postoffice.
October ll " _1
rTENT. THAT TWO AND A HALE
STORY BRICK HOUSE, No. 25 Anson street, con?
taining four rquare Booma, two Atttcks, Dressing
Room and Pantry. Attached to the House is an addi?
tion of seven Room?. All recently repaired and painted.
There are two Basement Rooms, Cistern, and a Well of
Water In yard. Apply to
CLIFFORD A MATHEWS,
Real Estate Agent', No. 66 Broad street.
October 8 _? ?_ tufrtws'J
rRENT, TWO VERY DESIRABLE
STORES, Nos. SOI and 303 King street, lately oceu
pld by Mesara. Milchers A Maller and Oeorge W.
Flaach. Apply at the BAKERY corner of King aud
Princesa streets. - mwfS October V
T? RENT.-THAT PINE TWO AND A
half story brick d wen lug. No, 1S8 Queen su-uet.
North side, two doors from Franklin. The bouae con?
tains six square rooms, two stUcs and pantry, with a well
and cistern on the premises, out buildings large and
(unveulent to the house. For further particulars, ap?
ply to Mr. JNO. F. O'NEIL, East Bay, opposite Vendue
Range. October u
rKENT. THAT DESIRABLE STORE
situated on the Northest corner of Broad and Klug
streets, being one of the best stands for a Grocery or
Dry Qooda Business in the city, having recently been
thoroughly repaired and fixed up. Possession given im?
mediately.- Apply at THIS OFFICE.
r> RENT.-A PORTION OP A HOUSE,
pleasantly located, suitable for a small family, of
three Toomi and kitchen, with large lot. Apply at THIS
OFFICE. October T
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE AT PRIVATE
SALE.-That three Story BRICK DWELLING, No.
IS Westside Meeting street, corner Smith's Lane, contain?
ing ten rooms, all supplied with gas. Pantry and piazza
I to the West On the premises is a brick and elated
kitchen, cistern and wo LL Lot 43 feat front, 178 feet deep.
Tho building* are in complete order throughout. Terms
liberal: Apply to Z. B. OAKES, No. 4 Broad street.
FOR SALE, A SPLENDID LOT OF No. 1
MULES, at HUNT'S WAGON YARD, King street,
near Lino streat, by W. BRICE. 1" October ll
FOR SALE-A FIRST-CLASS DRUG
STORE, woll stocked and fitted, In a good business
locality, and doing e good business. Reasons for selling,
?n account of ill health. Address "A," Postoffice,
harleaton. 8. C._i*_October ll
STEAM MILL PROPERTY FOR SALE.
The undersigned offer for sale their valuable
STEAM MILL PROPERTY situated on Black River,
aneen miles a bo VB Georgetown, s. C.
This property .consists of 400 aerea of Land, on which
la a Dwelling H on se and .outbuildings, formerly used as
a summer retreat for health; a Steam Circular Saw Mill
of forty-horse power, ea good aa new, of the best modern
construction, and in complete running order; where v?a?
sela crossing the Georgetown bar can load at all seasons.
Any quantity ot Timber ' can be purchased, delivered at
the Mill, on moat reasonable terms.
Thia property will be sold at considerable ?aciifire ou
original coat li applied for soon, or one-half of the in?
terest will be sold to an approved pnrohaaer, u ho will
furnish some caah capital to commence the Timber
For further particulars, address Dr. BORE UT HAUL
LRF, Mars' Bluff Postofflce, S. C.
HARLLEE A MoCUICHEN.
September 20 f3
T.AOR HALE, A PIANO OP GOOD TONE, AT
Jj MENDY'S GALLERY, No. 343 King Street
STRAYED, FROM CORNER PITT AND
Montague streets, a NO-HORNED. RED COW,
With white face. A reward will be paid for information
of her whereabouts at No. 33 PITT' STREET.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOF?RE EXISTING
under the name end style of CATHCART, MCMIL?
LAN A MORTON, is this day dissolved by mutual con
a?nt, Mr. G. R. CATHCART haring, retired from the
same.' AU persona Indebted to tho bte firm will make
imm?diate payment to J. W. .MCMILLAN, on behalf ot
the undersigned, who will continue the business under
tba name and style of MCMILLAN A MORTON.
All claims against the late firm must be presented al
the Office ol the CBAALUTON DAILY NEW? tor payment.
JAS. w. MCMILLAN*
MANDREL MORT UN.
October 1,1867. October i
I rpHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING REMOVED FROM NU.
A 301 KING STREET to No. 131 MEETING, next door
to Dr. Panknln'a Drug Store, and having just returned
?om New York with a full assortment ot CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE8, VE3TTNG9 end GENTLEMEN'S FUR?
NISHING GOODS, ts now prepared to furnish his li lends
with Suits, and to suit the public genoraily at the lowest
market rate*. J. H. MENSING,
October 9_wfs3? No. 121 Meet.ng street.
Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER
tlleuds and customers that abc has re?
moved her stock ol MILLINERY AND
STRAW GOuDM TO MO. 303 KING
STREET, EAST MIDE, FOURTH DOOR
NORTH OF WENT WORT H STREET.
September l? luwH2
STENHOUSE & CO.
II A V E REMOVED TO THE SPACIOUS
Nos. 108, 110 und U2 EAST BAY,
Corner Actooiutodutiuu Wharf,
WHERE IHK Y WOULD IN VUE THEIR CITY AND
Country Fiieuds to call aud examine their laigs
and well selected stock ol' FLOUR.
CONSI8T1NO IN P.1ET Of
8UU bbls. FLUUR, I -, "
740 sacks Flour, J 01 9X1 ?rades.
Prices ranging from ?7 to $13 6? per barm.
ALSO. ON CONSIGN?TES' T,
30 hhds. BACON SHOULD KKS
60 bbl?, and tc?. Molasses
1U hhds. Sugar
6U bbls. Sugar.
For .ale low by ST EN Hub' sE & CC
October 4 Not. los, no un J M-J t?st b?v.
CALHOUN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ITIHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
JL above Association will ho held at tho Library
Room, Wentwoith street, ?u Ermina, at 8 o'clock.
Members arc requested to be punctual in attendance,
and also c. P. T. P. T.. GEO. McLAIN,
Octoborll 1 Secretary.
THE FALL DERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE.
Spartanburg. 8. C., will ope.i october 3d, 1*57.
The President, Rev. A. W. CUMMINGS. U. D.. will be
aided hy competent, experienced teachers iu every de?
Hoard tor hall year.$7(i.tK)
ililli Ki. ?0.00
Contingent Fee. a.oi)
Music and all the Ornamental branches very low.
Thosu wishing to patronize the School will please ad?
dress the Presldeut. itu August 0
HHS JOHN A liKUM
Tiru,I. RESUME TUE EXERCISES OF HER SCHOOL
\\ on TUESDAY, October 1st, at her Residence, Mary
street, opposite Kllaabetli.
MUSIC! AND FRENCH taught whuu desired,
Pl ULM SCHOOLS-CITY OK CHAULES.
f|HlL' EXERCISES OF THESE SCHOOLS WILL BE
1 resumed nu .Vvmtai/, the 7th Oetuber.
J'lie Mule Normal School having i>??n discoii?nued,
FREE HCHOol, FOB OIRI.s will bo opened lu Hist
building, ami the (Uri's Oraiuuiar Deparlmeut of the Ht.
Pbllll> Street School Iriiiin?nrnil tn tbfet School. In ad?
dition tn tim regular e.mine of Instruction afforded in
tile Publie School*. Il M lim Inleullou nt Hui Hoard to or?
ganize SI thin School one nr innre advanced classes for
the benefit ni young ladies who m iv desire to prepare
uVaiawlvta for teaching, lu tim SI. Phillp Street School,
in pisco nf the Hui's iIramuiur Department, removed to
Hie Normal School, a Hoy's (Irummar Deparlmenl will be
Applications fur admission In either Of the Schools can
bu made daily at Um reMtncUvu School Houses, between
the hours oft and li) A. M., un ami alter thu date above
uieulioiiud, until further notice.
Hy oilier of the Hoard. E. MONTAGUE O RIM EE,
Secretary Comiuissioiiers Free Schools.
September ?El m'J 10
Gt OOO BOA KO (AV BE OH IAIN KU IN A
T private family, at No. 45 LAST BAY, near tbs
Buttery. Terms Sd per week. wita October 9
Fl lt ST CLlSi BOARD WITH COMFORTA?
BLY iurnished rooms, can be had at No. 1 SO
CIETY STREET._Imo_Octooer 9
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BO ARO CAN
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at No.
4M KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
the Citadel. The Street Cars pass the door every ten
minutes. 3mo_October 7
BOARDING.-THREE PLEASANT ROOMS
with good HOARD can be had on immediate appli?
cation to No. 59 CHURCH STREET, west side, near
'fradd street. Terms reasonable. June Vi
No. 219 KING STREET,
West side, oue door South of Mar?
NOW OPENED AN ELEGANT ASSORTED STOCK OF
Muile up specially for this Market.
The greatest eire and skill has beeu
bestowed on tho Cutting and Work?
manship, ami every Customer can
rely on purchasing from this House
a perfect Garment.
THF. STUCK COMPRISES ALL GRADES,
FINE, MEDIUM AND KOW PRICED,
INCLUDING MANY NEW STYLES.
nm i Til II; FEARS OF ACE.
To supply the increasing demand
iu this brunch of my business, I
have greatly enlarged my Stock.
Parents will find here all they need
for their Sons.
HE STAB BRAND LINEN BOSOM
. A vii
The STAR BRAND SHIRTS I
ha?e sold in this city for over twenty
years have always given satisfaction
lu FIT and MATERIAL
IN FURNISHING GOODS I OFFF.Ri
MERINO AND LAMBS' WOOL UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, shaker Flaunel Undershirts and Drawers,
Canton Flannel Undershirts and Drawers, Travelling
Shirts, Half Hose, Suspenders, Neck 'lies, Scarfs,
Gloves of Beaver. Buckskin, Dogskin, French Eld and
Cassi rn ere. Collars ut Linen and Paper in all prevailing
A full supply of CLOTHING for Freedmen of English
Eersey and Domestic Goods, aud heavy Grey Blankets
weighing five pounds each.
The Stock I offer this season ts very attractive, consist?
ing of ENGLISH. FRENCH and AMERICAN CLOTHS,
Beavers, Tricots. Coatings, Cassimeres, Velvets, Vel?
veteens and Corduroys. The excellence of the style and
flt of Garments made at this House, by au experienced
Cutter from France, are sure to please those who will
leave their orders.
Prices fixed and marked on each article.
The entire stock ls offered at low prices.
Purchasers are invited ti call and look through tbs
B.W. HcTUBEOUS, Supt
STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL AND
convenient in the atv. at ver\ reasonable prices,
for COTTON, RICE, SALT, FERTIL I ZEUS. fcc. fcc. In?
surance, when desired, ae Iovr as any IL the city. Apply
lo GEO W. CLARE A CO.,
Cornar Last Bay and Cumberland su ?as.
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, ETC.
S I MM HUHS' mmIftTBRS.
PARIS FANCY GOODS,
C< >NFKCTI< >NKKY, &c?.
rfUTE UNDERSIGNED BEOS To INVITE His
1 li lends ami the public generally tn inspect his
besulitul stock ut rsucj Good*, foys, fc.%, now opening
at his Bazaar, No. ..w Kitty! shvcl.
A more beautiful and c?mplele U-MU lineal has never
been exhibited in lins eily, and as St. lng in believing, a
enr.lial invitation ls . II. Udell In all In be convinced.
To Hie city trade and mer. limits ir..in the country now
buying in this market, 1 um prepared lo sell goods lower
than HIM "I lier house Ul Hie .il.
F. von SA NT KN,
No. '.tM Kiilg Street, i doma below WeUWntlb.
September :>.i luJO
THF. OK ANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY MORNING. Al
Oraugeburg, S C. i erm? $2 per annum, lu aJ
innim Hie spring aud fall season extra copies ol lac
OSAXOEHI Rd NtWs will be circulated for th? beue?t ni
..ill ad., i lisiug pattons.
Contract Advertisement* inserted on the most liberal
terms, Udreeo SAMUEL DIBBLE.
Editor Orangeburg News.
February *'S Orangeburg, S J
BONDS, STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
THE ABOVE BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET
rates, by ANDRREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad street
September '20 fmw2mo
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
A. FINE LOT OF BOOFING._SLATE FOR SALE
C. W. SEIGNIOUS'S COAL YARD,
October 8 10* East Bay, near Hase! street.
DURYEA & COHEN,
KS. DURYEA. ? ? J. BARRETT COHEN*
COB. BBOAD AND CHUBCH ST.iEETS.
August 19 mf3mo
SHACKELFORD i KELLY,
OENERAL COMMISSION ANO SHIPPING
NO. 1 BOYCE'S WHARF,
( hui -teston, S. C.
w. w. SHACKTLFORD. WM. AIKEN KELLT.
JOSH & THEO. GETTY,
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
WM make LIBERAL ADVANCES ON COTTON to our
friends in New York or Liverpool.
October 9_._ Imo
"WILLIAM B. CILLILAM i m,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 3.1 HAYNE hTREET.
WILLIS & clns?L^
WILLA ITEND TO THE PURCHASE, HALE AND
sm r'MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, Charleston, 9. C.
F.. WILLIS.A. B. CHISOLM
PROPRIETOR OP THE
OREEN VILLE, S, C.
ST. JAMES H0TEL7
WM. A. HURL .Of New Orleans.
W. P. CORKERY.Ol Spottswood Hotel, Bichmond.
Telegraph and Railroad unices ia Rotunda of Hotel.
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. !S*L AND '41
Broadway, N. Y., opposite Bowling Green-Cn the
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to the travelling public. Tue location ls es?
pecially suitable to merchants and business men; it is in
closo proximity to th? busiuee* i?art of the city-ls on
thu highway or Sontheru sud Western travel-and adja?
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
The STEVENS HOUSE has liberal accommodatloE for
over 30U guests-it is well furnished, and itossesses every
modern improvement for the louil'oit am', entertainment
of its Inmates. The rooms are spacious and well venti?
lated-provided with eas and water-the attendance ia
prompt and re .ipi Lit ul -and thu table is generously pro
j t ided with every delicacy of the season at moderate rates.
The rooms having been refurnished sud remodeled, wa
are eua) -il to oder etna facilities for the comfort and
pleasure ..I our guests. GEO. K. CHASE ii CO.,
May 'JM ?Uno Proprietors.
FURNITURE! 'FURNITURE !
Nos. 9ft ami 98 East Houston street,
New York City.
ALL 1 HIS FUBNITUBE, CONSISTING OF PABLOS,
CHAMBEB, DINING BOOM AND LIBRARY
SUITS, ls of the latest styles, and manufactured of the
very best material, nuder the personal supervision of the
Proprietor, and guaranteed.
Parties in the South desiring fine Household Furniture
can be supplied direct from the manufactory; OT those
about visiting New York will find lt to their advantage to
( i-anime this Stock before purchasing elsewhere, All
Goods warranted. wftn 3mos July 31
COMMISSION AND WHOLESALE
DEALER IN SEGAES,
Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco,
No. 81 EXCHANGE PLACE,
tt?r A tine assortment of Connecticut, Havana and
Yara Leaf Tobacco always on hand.
September 10 Imo
No. 133 Meeting street,
HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THEIR ESTABLISH?
MENT, and have now connected with the BAB
A FINE RESTAURANT,
WHERE MEALS CAN BE OBTAINED AT ALL
CHARLES ROBERTS, an old and popular Caterer ot
this city, has been engaged as Steward, and he will de?
vote his time to this business, snd the entire routine of
[ the Culinary Department will be under his imm?diats
supervision. , ,
Every delicacy that can be obtained either lu this mar?
ket or abroad will be secured, and the Tables be suppllep
with the first of tho season.
HAS BEEN RESTOCKED WITH
Liquors of every variety,
ANQ THE CDSTOMEBS OF THE ESTABLISHMENT
will be served by attentive and carelul walters.
Orden /or MEAL*, both Dinners and Suppers, will
meet with prompt attention, and bs prepared by experi?
enced cooks. The
i hi Ihe srcoud floor, ls"Supplied with
Of the best ma*, and ha. every convenience for the com
?<.... September ll
lort ot visitors. _^
m NIX & SOM,
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALER? IN
OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION, WHICH WILL BE SOLD
less than at any other establishment in th? city,
und wurran tod equal to any mads la the United Sutes.
43- Descriptive catalogues sent on application.
August 30 fmw
GROCERY AND WSGEIUNEO?? _
5?W TOBE SUGAR-CUBED
QA Ail POUNDS CHOICE NABROW NEW YORE
OUIf \J SUGAR-CURED STRIPS.
Landing per Strainer Prometheus, and for ??le by
LA?BEY A ALEXANDER,
October ll 2 No. 137 East Bay.
GEORGIA FLOUR. .
"1 AA BAQ8 EXTRA GEORGIA FLOUR-KEN E
1UU SAW HIAXS.
80 bag? Family Georgi* Flour-Kenesaw Milli
. 30 bags Family Georgi? Flour-Marietta Milla
16 bogs Extra Georgia Floor-Auguita Milln
30 half baga Extra Georgia Flour-Auraria. WO?
F? aale by J. N. ROBSON,
October ll 1 Noa..l and QAtlan'lc Wharf.
ALE AND PORTER,
C^^^HI,BBDEB?'S" PALE *LE AND STOUT
OO PORTER, in Bond. For ?ale by
October ll_fmwO_A. TOBIAS' S?N3.
MOLASSES ANO SYR?jI\
OA PUNCHEONS BARBADOS MOLASSES
15 puncheon? Choice Syrup.
For aale low, to close consignment, br
RISLEY A CREIGHTON
October 9_Noe. 143 and 145 Eagt Bay.
DIRECT IMPORTATION, FOR SALE BY
RISLEY 4 CREIGHTON.
October 7 Noa. 143 and 145 East Bay.
SEA FOWL GUANO. FOR 8ALE BY
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,..
October 7 _Noa. 143 and US Eat Bay.
"CHE?ITtt??T CHEAP HAY ! !
CHEAP HAY Mt
f AA BALES HAY, FOB SALE CHEAP, A? ?2 PER
OUU Bale. Apply at No. 7 VENDUE RANGE.
October 5 6?
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST IN THE CITY IS TO BE
found at GEO. W CLARK A CO. "8
September 18 No. 199 East Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
1 AA BBLS- WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
L \J \J qualities and prices
500 cases Claret Wine a
100 casea Schiedam Schnapps
100 casts Brandy, Gin, Jamaica Rum. St Croix Ram,
New England Bom, Sherry Wino, Port Wine, Madeira
Wine, Ac, Ac.
1000 dozen of the above in eases. For sale by
september 17_GEO. W. BL ARE A Op.
SALT, SYRUP, &c.
1 " A A SACKS- SALT FOB BALE, IN LOTS TO
IOUU suit purchasers, at leas than market rita?.
600 Bine Grit Grindstones.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 barrels Sugar.
1000 kegs Nail".
* 600 baga Shot,
1000 boxes Herring.
IOU boxes Starch.
1UO0 boxes Soap.
100 boxea Tobacco, Ac, Ar.
For sale by GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 AA BALES GUNNY CLOTH. EXTRA HEAVY.
IU" 100 Rolla Gunny Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Jost received. For sale low and in lota to ault, by
September 18_GEO. W. CLARK fc CO.
1 AA COILS MANILLA BOPE.
1UU *? Golla Hemp Bop?. .
200 Coila Jute Rope.
Just received and tor sale cheap for cash, by.
September 16 GEO'. W. CLABK A CO
BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
1 A A/ i BOXES ARMY BBEAD.
1UUV.' For sale by GEO. W. CLABK A CO.
Septeub. r Itt _\_._
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
-I A BARBELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
1U BBATED ALE, by
GEO. W. CLABK A CO.
\fjf\ ROLLS-ABOUT SIXTY YARDS EACH.
1 i \J For sale at
MEETING STREET ICE HOUSE,
'BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
the Manufacturer H. CL?CUS,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
C?S\/\r\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN EXTRA
OULHJ hesvy aacka. per ahrp ?'Charleston."
For sale "to arrive" by
October 9 wfm3 ROBERT MURE A CO.
ENGLISH PIG IRON.
gr f \ TONS BEST QUALITi" ENGLISH PIG IBON,
DU per ship "Charleston," Ironi Liverpool. For
sale, to arrive, by ROB* BT MU BE A CO.
WHEAT ! WHEAT !
WANTED TO PURCHASE.
mr BUSHELS PRIME BED AND WHITE
? ll VJ VJ WHEAT, for. which the highest market
price will be paid. ".JOHN CAMP3EN A CO.
October 1 tu?
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED -p EXTRACT
BY Wm of a letter from a
TOBE THE O*LI ^A Brother at
? , ^H&AWORCESTER, May.
Good Sauce ?S1E?1851:
f*Wfl "Tell LEA A PER
AND APPLICABLE aMK RTjrg ?lMt aeiT SAUCE
vffSfj is highly esteemed tn In
T0 ^ggp dia, india, In my opinion,
EVERY VAE LETT *ell a^CSfwhol"
T n,nn IW?80^6 SAUCE **** ^
OF DISH. WP'made."
The success oi this .nost delicious and unrivallo 1 con
diment haring caused many unprincipled detioxi to
apply the name to Spurioui Compound?, th? PTKJC li"
Tuptcifully and earnettly requested to sse that tue nama
of LEA A PEB.BE;a are upon, th? WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA di PERRI AS. Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES.
October 19 _ fmwlyr
J. ii. HARVEY. . WM. P. HAH YET.
J. G. HARVEY & CO.,
i'o M M If-HI ON M ERC H AK TS,
DEALERS IN BACON, PORK, LARD; CORN, Ac,
No. 76 Exchange Place,
HAVING CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SUPERIOR
quality of SIDES, SHOULDERS, Hams, Strip?,
Lard (in Heroes, barrel? and keg?), Pork, Ac, Aa. we
would respectfully to licit order? from Southern Mer*
chanta. J. G. HARVEY A CO.
September 35 ? Imo*
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
llTPORTEB AND DIALER VU
Fine Groceries, ( holce Testa, Etc.. Bte,
NOS. 260 and 262 GREENWICH-'iT,, COB. OF MURK Ar"
j. M. BRADSTREET & m.
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent.
PIA.VO-FORTEsj-GHAND, S ii I AHE AND
UPRIGHT--Which are now acknowledged to be,
by the Leading Artist? in this country, SUPERIOR TO
ANY OTHERS IN AMERICA. These Instruments pos?
sess every modern lmproTcment, are of the largest alza,
finiabed iu CARVED and PLATlcBOSEWOOD CASES,
embracing every variety of style. Each ha? the f?ll
METALLIC FRAME, OVERSTRUNG BASS (with or with?
out tho agraffe arrangement). Each has the FRENCH
GRAND ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to ?nj
other in rapid execution. These Ina timm ant? are ali
?EVEN, SEVEN AND A Q CAZ TER ?nd SEVEN AND A TatXXXl
OCTAVES; constructed of THOBOGOHLT SEASONED' WOOS,
?nd of the finest and beat material. For CUUAT rowsa,
HINOTSQ QUALITIES, SWEETNESS and PCBmr or TONS
throughout the entire REOISTEB: ELEGANCE OF FINISH
and GREAT DURABILITY, the Piano-Fortea ot Meura.
JENNYS A SON are unsurpassed by any othertuskers In
the WORLD, and have taken the HIGHEST PREMIUM
WHEREVER EXHIBITED. The same facilities which
enable this firm to produce a SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT,
also enable them to offer their PIANO-FORTES to th?
public at TWENr\- FER cEMT.-lower than any other ruurr?
CLASS manufacturer In the coun"-y
The special attention of Dealers, Teacher? ?nd other?
ls invited to the examination of these Piano? before mak?
ing their selection elsewhere. Every Instrument is fully
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. Descriptive dreu
lars sent to all. paris of the :ountry upon application. Ad.
dress, JENNYS A SONS.
Noa. 233 and 235 East 21st street,
Between 2d and 3d Avenues. New vork.
September 27_ J yr
FOR THE MILLION ! ?
IWILL SEND, POST-PAID. 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
ttie moat celebrated Acton for 60 cent?; 60 ?< lis?ese
lor 6U cents; 60 Union Generala tor 60 cants; 60 Bebel
Generals for 60 cent?; 50 Statesmen (br 50 cents; 50 beau?
tiful young Ladles lor 60 cents; 60 fine-looking young
Gentlemen for 50 cents ; 6 large Photographs ot Fren ah
Dancing Girls, lu costume, beautifully colored, exactly aa
they appear, for 60 cent?; or for so cesta, fi of this moat"
beautiful Ladle? of th? Paralan itali.t Troupe 'ea th??
appear In th? play of the Black Crook, at Nlblo'a Garde-.
New York. .
Send all orders to P. O. Box 177. Tr y. N Y
May 13 *' ljx