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-Gold in New York yesterday closed at 142J.
-Cotton yesterday closed in New York at 19$ a
20 for Middling Uplands.
-Cotton elofi?d in Liverpool yesterday at 8jd.
for Middling rolands , siles 20,000 bales.
-Ninety, thousand dollar?' worth of Nicolson
pavement aaa jvst been laid in Columbus, Ohio.
-Mrs. Oliphant, well known as a novcbst, is
writing a work on Religious life on the Continent.
-Who is the straightest man montioned in
the Bitte ? Joseph-Pharaoh made a "ruler" of
-A bax of gold, taken from Colorado Gulch
weighed two hundred and twenty-six ounces, val?
ued at $5600.
-A reporter in the office or the Bath (Mo.)
Times ran nine milos in one hour and two minuten
the other day.
-Mrs. Ella Merrick Thoma*, of Amherst, Mass.,
is the youngest mother in America, being only
thirteen years .of age.
-Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks, at present in tho
United States Senate, is to bo the Demorratic can?
didate tor the Governor of Indiana.
-There are now seven snipe on their way from
liverpool to Savannah, Ga., with assorted cargoes,
and one from Stockholm, bringing a load of iron.
-Aa as. evidence of tho great number of vipers
in France, it is stated that a single department
paid 17,908 francs for the destruction of 59,694
vipers in 1866.
-Biston waa a gipsey. Her father and mother
belonged to a wandering company. She first ap?
peared on the stage at two months old, in a basket
-Coffee or broth should never bc allowed to
boil. In coffee the? aroma escapes with tho steam,
and with broth me essence of the moat escapes.
So says Blot.
-A Wisconsin paper says the amounts of lum?
ber put into the rivers of that region this season
is only about one-third the usual average, or in'
round numbers fifty million feet.
-X tournament took place on the 17th in Colurn
lumbue, Missouri, in whioh throo of the champions
were sailed respectively Last Knight, tho Other!
Knight, and To-morrow Knight.
-The New Orleans papers record tho death, from
yellow fever, of Captain James H. Huckins, at ooo;
time commander of the Confederate cruiser She?
nandoah, aged 66 years.
-Divorces are said to be so common in Detriot
that a citizen of that city held a reception party,
the other night to receive co1 gratulations upon
having visited Chicago and returned without being
divorced from his wife.
-A Coptie Christian ia about to open a hotel at
Luxor, the ancient Thebes. It is said to bo a,
handsome houso, built in the European style, and
surrounded by a pretty garden full of treea-?
very pleasant thing in Egypt.
_Antiquarian researches around Nashville have j
revealed the site of an ancient and populous tow a
Pottery, bones, shell ornaments, images, and se
forth, have been dug up from mounds of olaborate
construct!OD. The search ;'s to be oontinued. j I
-An Irishman claimed that the election of Gen.
Cary, in Cincinnati, had cheapened the price of
provisions, alleging that he had purchased a dozen
fine fowls for five cents. The allusion was to the
Inquirer, whioh ornamented its columns with
-The Rajah of Mysore baa asked for a grant bf
?30,000 to celebrate his investiture with tho insig?
nia of the order'.ot the Star of Indi.t. A few mon tba
ago he spent from ?7000 to ?10,000 in keeping up
his birthday, and hut sam mor a a till huger sum
on the occasion of adopting a son.
-It ia reported in England that the Viceroy of
Egypt bas ordered a corps of 10,0C0 men to pro?
ceed to the frontiers of- Abyssinia. The anthon
ties at Cairo fancy that the British expedition ls
not half largo enough, and aay that at least 40,000
men ought to be sent to make a real impression. '
-ft is statsd by the London Board of Health,
in a recent report to Parliament, that the Je is
ara peculiarly exempt from cholera. It appears
that out of a population of 20,000, besides 2000
Portuguese, but eighteen oases of cholera oc?
curred, and the same immunity was observable
during the epidemic of 1832.
-Lyssia does not appear to be in a very fine fl
pg-:.i -U?an w?r riebt bag trebled Tt7tK;"
State Bank of Russia long ago gavo ont, and it ia
constantly issuing its inconvertible notes to meet
the wanta of the Government. Since 18G2 Russia
has annually expended an amount very far in ex?
cess of ita revenues.
-England is shipping her Fenian convicts to
Australia, and, on October 3d, sent fifteen of them
from Chatham to Western Australia. Ono hun?
dred and thirty-five other convicts accompanied
; them. The Fenian convicts, like the reman dor of
the prisoners, were chained together in gangs,
but it was observed that they were kept apart
from the other convicts in a portion of tho vessel
-Simson, tiie President of the new North-Ger?
man Parliament, ia a baptized Jew. His par?
liamentary experience ia very great. He was tibe
second President of the German Parliament in
1848. President of the Erfuth Parliament in 1849,
on which oceaaion Bismarck served as youngest
Secretary under him. President of the second
Prussian Chamber, and President of the first
-Wffind the following in the Pointe Coopee Echo,
of the 28th ult: We were shows a few days agp a
copper coin, found by Mr. James M. Hurst, of thia
Parish, OB the river bank, some two miles below
tire Pointe Coup?e Chureb. Cn oae side of the
coin there is a crown above two capital L's crossed,
surrounded by the words "Nomen Domini Beme
diotum;" on tho reverse, thu words "Colonies
Fran?aises, 4623. H."
-A correspondent of tho London Timos direct*
attention to the amount of undrained land in Eng?
land, sad to th? opportunity for tho profitable em?
ploy ment of money which capitalists have, no
longer the eonrage te invest in popular sp?cula?
tions. In the twenty-six years that havo elapsed
since tke passing of the public sad private moneys
drainage acts, ten millions it jrling have been em?
ployed in drainage with satisfactory results. Many
millions of acres still remain wat.
-A, . watch, said to have bean tho property of
General Washington, whioh was "captured" by a
Federal officer or soldier during the war, has: re?
cently paaeed into the hands of aome honest peo?
ple in Tennessee, who are taking steps to restore
it. to Hs rightful owners. It is of tba pattern so
popular with our forefathers, and styled by their
irreverent dencendants, "bull's-eye." On the back
la neatly\engraved the initials "G. W." .The
quat?tyt of. the gold is remarkably fine, and! the
case ia won thin by long usage
-ft? Wilmington Journal says : "Tuesday af?
ternoon a white man named Irving Johnson arriv?
ed in this, city, from Bladen county, on a fmull
raft containing about six cords of wood, whiob ho
had not only out himself, but put together iii the
shape of a raft, and floated all the way to this
city by the river, a distance of about thirty rpi!0*
unaided and alone. Thir industrious man left his
home last Saturday, and was throe days and nights
OD the river with his little raft. We are pleased to
atate that bis wood brought a good price." J
-Tho New Orleans Picayune, of the 18th inst,
a enounces the death of the famous caterer,. Bou
dro, cf that city, and says: "Bo?dro's fame waa rot
Confined to this State or this country. There* wer?
epicures in Europe-such men as Thackeray and
George Peabody, both of whom dined at thotLake
End-who pronounced him unsurpassed by any
tranaatlatic cook. For twenty-flvo years Bpudro
has been identified with the Lake End, first jn thc
humble capacity of cook, ar d then as host ot the
famous Boudro Restaurant, whore he achieved a
"potation whioh a Boyer or a Blot might envy."
-Captain Charles H. Townsend, of the ftavre
?teamer Fulton, has in his possession the .origi?
nal log book of tho steamer Fulton, Captain'Moss
Bogers, on the first voyage ever made by a ?team
vessel across the Atlantic Ooean, in 1819.- Tho
voyoge, it ?fit be recollected, waa made bob Sa
nannah, Ga., to which place the steamer hafl pre?
viously sa?ed from New York. It too* twentr?
ais days, and.crealod a ereat excitement, though
it was years before the daring example was imita
ted. The log book is hi excellent preservation,
and is the property of a grandson of Captain Ro?
-The Government press of Rome has jus>, pub?
lished the oensus of the population of the catv for '1
the year 1867. The city and the inbarin are di?
vided into 59 parishes, containing a population of
H5.573, an increase sineo 1866 of 4872. Of these
.B are cardinal?, 35 bishops, 1469 priests anoj eecle
aiaatice, and 828 seminarists. Tho occupants of
reUgkma houses are -5047; 2832 bemg monks, and
2215 nuns. These belong to 61 different congrega?
tions or orders. There are ajsq.49 seminaries or
colleges, among which aro the French Seminary,
tenanted by 48 pupils; that of tooth America by
80; tkaeof North Amorioa by 83; the German Sem?
inary has 58 pupils; the.Engiish 21, and tie "P?o
Anstois* W; tba Seotob 12, and the Irish ?52, &o.
The number of families is 42,318-to wbori must
be added 7360 following the military* profession,
990 detenus, 4630 Jews, and 457 other dissidents.
LSIPOBTAN; SPRXBAL CABLE dispatches, which w 1
.riiit in thia day's Herald, show that the Roman
luesiion bas ? "sumed a new and peaceful chartc
,er. Napolcou has been imperious, m d Victor
Elmanuel and his ministers have yielded. The
b'reucli Emperor, through his Ambassador in
Ron.e. assured the Pope that France will not,
under any circumstances, "fair the LToly See, and
will protect tho Papal Government. Kine; Victor
Emanuel has positively pledged himself to a faith?
ful enforcement of tho September Convention, tad
in consequence of this "unlooked for" attit?do o?
tho King of Italy the Garibildian invading force
has evacuated the Pontifical territory, sad, if our
dispntchoe faithfully represent tho situation, the
insurrection his died out Somo ships and troops
had meanwhile left Toulon, but t ioir missioa has
been otherwise accomplished. A telegram receiv?
ed at a late hour informa us ti at no moro troops
will leave Toulon, and t..>at all war preparations
are countermanded. RaUzsi, wc are also told,
has given place as ohief of tho Italian ministry to
Cialdini. It would bo absurd, however, to iruagine
that this Reman dii'iculty is over. Italy has a
right to Rome, Italy needs Rome, Italy demands
Rome, and if for tho present tho demands of Italy
cease, it is only because sho is too week to make
her demands good. Napoleon has won the hoaor
which attaches to tho name of bully; but he has
not, by this last move, oxtended or increased his
influence among the nations. It is stil possible
fer bim, however, to como well out of tho difficulty
If by ni ans of a European Congress or other
wiso he aces this question on another and moro
righteous basis-a basis on which aa early aad
final : dtlement will ba possible-he may show
that while conserving peace and certain existing
interests, he has not been unfriendly to the cause
of liberty and justice. But if ho does not initiate
some measures which shall tend to tho improve?
ment of tho September Convention, tho worst
chvres preferred against him at tho commence
mt.it of his reign will be justified by.this last out?
rage on popular right.
THE CHICAGO TBXBUKS, of October 16, says:
"A shocking catastrophe occurred at noon yester?
day in the Southern portion of tho city. A little
girl threo years of age, the.daaghter of George
Germans, aa Englishman, residing at No. 560
Burnside atreet, near its intersection with Thirty
first street, was coasumed in a firo originated by
>er own brother, alad about fivo years of age.
The following are stated to be the circumstances
, of this horrible calamity : Shortly before yester?
day aoon, Mrs. Germans had occasion to visit the'
house of a neighbor, and during her absence sho
gave tho premises in charge of her son, who is be?
lieved to have been instrumental in causing tho
death of his sister. No sooner had the mother
1 quitted the hjuso than tho lad began to play with
red-hot coals, and accidentally dropped one on
some clothing lying near tho stove. Tho apparel
being of light gauzy material, instantly took fire,
and ia a moment filled the room with smoke.
When the lad perceived tho mischief ho had dono,
he ran for his mother, aad the woman frantically
hastened to save her children from the burning
dwelling. On entering tho house she oluiohad har
j infant Iving in the craCio, and callina upon her
other children to follow, sho rusheaVfrom the
burning pilo. Tho boy, who had again entered
tho house with her, obeyed the sall but tho little
; girl, too much frightened to movo, reaaaiaed, andi
befaru aasistanco could bo rendered, was wrapped
ia fiantes. Mrs. Germans, wild with excitement,
rushed from the saene with her two children, and
: gave them into th? custody of so mo relaciona re?
siding in the neighborhood. Several workmen
employed in that vicinity endeavored to save the
child, or at least keep its body intact, but all
efforts to recover it from the burning building
proved vain.' During Ibo afternoon, when the firo
had subsided, only portions of the heart and liver
wore recovered. The fire, thus accidoatally ignit?
ed, rapidly spread to odjoiaing dwellings, and one
i other was entirely dc troyed, while two moro werie
considerably damage i, '
GARIBALDI, before his rearrest on board the Leg?
horn steamer, drew up tho following fresh procla?
mation, which has found its way into the Italian
papers : "Italians ! To-morrow wo shan have crown?
ed our glorious revolution by dealing a final olow at
the tabaiaaolo of idolatry, imposture and shame In
Italy. That pedestal of all tyranny, tho Papacy,
has incurred the anathema of tho whole w^y
"as on a redeemer.-And should thc arrest o? a Bin?
gle man cause her to stop terrified ia her glorious
mission '! According to the desire of somo friends,
I have returned home, fros and without conditions,
with the promise that a steamer should be erat for
me to take me to the continent. At present tho
maa whose namo is a shame to Italy has rosourse
to tho precautions of hired assassins t' prevent
my return. In that situation I oaly ask r.iy fellow
oitizens to continue in tho sacred path 1 rhioh they
BAVO traced out with tho calm aad majesty of a
nation which has the consciousness o.' its po?">r.
To the army and the people I spoke of discipline
which they, iadignai.t at the cowar ily servility of
those who govern us, demanded tr oe led to Rome
I told the soldiers that they sh< old reserve their
bayonets for a more glorious rr ission, and that for
the mercenaries of tho Sop , the stocks of their
muskets wore sufficient. Notwithstaading the
genius of evil which weigh-, ovar our land there ia
ono fact evident to all; th; : is, the imposing fra?
ternity of ail the robust elements of tho nation,
the army, people and tolunteers. Woo to bim
who should cast discord among those brothers 1
Aud when Italy sholl ace all her children united
for har redemption, thoso fow cowarda who pause
from a miserable fear of a foreign intervention
will disappear. I therefore repeat, you must pur?
sue tho redemption of Remo at all hazards, and if
you think my aid is necessary you must take steps
to release mc.
FBOH "Lm rx AS OASIS" WC toko thc following
sketch of a Bedouin bride: "I had tho honor of i
'assistin' this morning at tho marriage of a Be?
douin lady. Strolling a littlo way into tho desert,
about eight.o'clock I saw threo Bedouin encamp?
ments, and from tho most distant there ?ssuod a
camel, on whose back waa a hugo bower, formed of
plain branches and covered with rod cloth. As tho
came) approached, the womea loft tho nearest on
car. piner.ts and raised shrill cries ia welcome to
the bride, tba mea firing mutkets in close prox?
imity, whieh would have proved alarming to most
European .young ladies, 'i?e oradlo was Unod
with Arab carpeta, on which reclined a girl, dressed
in tho height of Arab fashion : largo silver rings
cup. her legs, silver ornaments oa her breast and
turban, and over all a hugo striped rug of native
manufacture. Tho lovely Fatiaa-for such I
learned was her name-deigned to glance at mo as
I raised my hat in salutation of tho brido ; but she
appeared to Uko far greater pleasuro in tho mus?
ketry of her Bedouin followers, who fire about her
bower as if it had been a French fortress. Pres?
ently there issued from thc gate ot Laghouate a
train of Arab women, dancing, clapping then
hands and making shrill cries as fine as human
voices possibly could bo to the whinny cf a mara.
Then tho camel was stopped, tho bride alighted,
embraced a few of the women, Joined tho proces?
sion, and, followed by the camel, all proceeded to
tho mud hut iu which latina was to uhaio forever?
more tho love of au Arab with two other ladies.
But en route tho Bedouins chased about the pro?
cession at full gallop, finug their guns whPo at top
speed ; and when tho bridal party had passed into
the mud mansion, they followed, and I could hear
tho feu dc jote repeated. May Patina bo happy 1
Her price was not high, as she only cost her lord
sixty francs and thero aro somo young ladies of
tho deBert who cost two hundred francs.
Tas BAVARIAN journal, tho Kempten Gazctio,
announces that it will insert in its columns a daily
briletin of falso news. Tho Oowing is iu ex?
planatory preface : "Every day it becomes more
evident ovon for tho candid reader that a great
number of JournaLs, in Germany as well as abroad,
wishing to keep; ahvo curiosity of party spirit,
publish oithcr inventions of their own, or print,
without selection or scruple, news tho falseness of
which is evident a league off. The result of sueh
publicity can only bo to cause increased confusion
in great a? well as in small affairs in publio
opinion, and to make thc institution of tho press
itself fall into discredit. As mnoh as it ia in oar
power wo wish to deprimo thc enemies of a fie?
press of this field so easily turned to iU diaadran- j j
tage. In future we shall only receive, for cur own I ?
part, authentic communications, or those which
bear thc stamp of perfect probability, whilo we
shall iusert in our Bulletin of Lies al! the reports,
avon if they aro sheltered under tho mantle of dis?
tinguished authorities, which, in our Judgmont,
must bo reckoucd among thoso who deceivoor
blind tho public, or lower and depravo its spirit
Tas LOUISVILLE COUBIEU thus wobomce a Con?
gressional Committee : "Tho snb-comnnttees oa
elections reached i'oouisvillo on Saturday fcvening,
and took rooms at the Louisville Hotol, preparato?
ry to entering upon its investigations to-day. It
is understood that tho oaso of Hon. John D.
Young, of the Ninth District, was disposed of at
Lexington, though with what result is not known. I c
rho ieetirnony in thc case of Hon. James B. Beck, I c
' tho Sa reo th Diet ri ct, was also moat] j gotten
iromrh with at Lexington. Tho committeo will,
ti premune, lake up tho cases of Messrs. Grover,
uoft, Drown, and Trimble during its session
ero. Tho mombore of tho committee aro highly
? 'ken of r.s individu?is, and as such they will
avo no causo to complain of a want of hospitality
ti ti o par? of tho people of Louisville. Aa gen
omen they cannot fail to moot with a cordial ra
option; as a smelling committee they must ex
oct contempt Tho following gentlemen rxrm
rise the committee : Bom G. W. ?chofiold, Poaa
ylvanla; Hon. B. C. Cook, Illinois; Hom C. Up?
on, Michigan; Hon. B. G. Hays, Kaw York; Hon.
K Shellabarger, Ohio, and Hon. M. C. Kerr, of
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lection of the New Posto?ce Law, as the
tewspapcr having the largest circulation in
'he City of Charleston:
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town or village, where a newspaper shall ba printed,
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which, being published Weekly or oftener, shan haro the
largest circulation within rang? of delivery of the said
UsT Ai communications tnlended for publication in
tliis journal must bs addressed io the Editor of the
Haig Hews, No. 18 Uayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Oomrnue?ccUums to Publisher ofDaiy
We cannot undertake lo return meeted wmmuMca
Advertisements outside of (he edy rmsst be accompa?
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time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
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We would be glad if aatbsiaribers would
remember that newspapers require money
as wei as do mdividuats. We will
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they wll make prompt payment caf woad
as. R* R.
Th? ?Rail Road" Radioed Congressmen, with
their Sergeant-et-Arras, who favored our com?
munity on Tuesday night with four sermons of
the true Radical ring, ara having a good tims
o? it These " Spocial Committees" of Con?
gress, whish are quito the fashion under the
Republican rsgime, are vary convenient politi?
cal engines. The party receives the ?U? bene?
fit of their services, and the people hare the
pleasure of footing the bills. What ur? the
dut las of a Congressional R. R. Committeo *
Who knows T Wa fear uot even the quartette off
honorables themselves, who itinerate through
ths 8outh auder this cognomen. We ware pre?
sent at the moating on Tuesday night, and
heard the spoeehos, all the while wondering
what those harangues had to do with Railroads.
The only alludion to this part of their, duties,
mad? in tbs ?ears? of th? evening, was by Mr.
Jossrn W. McCtcno, of Missouri, th? first
speaker, who quoted a Railroad official of this
oity who had given testimony under oath be?
fore th? Committee. Mr. MOCLPUQ professed
to fool great surprise at tke declaration of this
?-.? U?'M?2"twho said that in the whola Stat? of
BOmsB CSIUnilawsna| ?ni - ?rn;rr vi uuv
a single officer connected with any Railroad
who was not disloyal. This is tho only clue
we hare of the legitimate labors of this Com?
mittee during their recent abode in Charleston.
What practical bearing this Important informa?
tion has upon the question of reconstruction,
we are at a loss to divia?. Moreover, it strikes
us that tho wide-spread prevalence of what
Mr. MCCLUUO calls "disloyalty" in South Caro?
lina during the war, was a fact, which had by
this time become pretty ?erally established,
and could hare been ascertained in Dr. LIE
BEH'S "Rebel Archives," in Washington, quite
as well as in a privat? parlor at the Mills
However, all this pretense of Railroad inves?
tigation is mere boah. The Congressional jun?
to was hero for quite a different purpose. The
election for Convention is coming on. There
ar? many here, both white and black, still
w?ak in the faith, who need "big talk" to
make them feel that they are right. These
Radical missionaries of course do not expeot
by their harangues to oonvert any reprobate
"rebe." No, but to taunt and abase them is so
grateful to the oolored heart, and is rewarded
with such rounds of hearty-though we cannot
say very intelligent-applause, that the good
feeling of "all-overishness," induced by up?
roarious oaehinnation, is deemed worthy the
voeal exertion, in that it tends to titillate Jali
cum Crcsar into thorough Radical orthodoxy.
Whether or not our Radical Railroad breth?
ren did not likewise take a hearty pleasure in
telling disagreeable, bitter, taunting aad in?
sulting things te their white auditors,
we are net preparad to say. Much of th?
speeoh making was professedly directed ta the
whites, although ths/ eenstitutsd, perhaps,
not ever on?-tenth ef the aadieaee. But ?very '
ward that was spoken was, in fast, for th? be?
nefit, if sot th? amiseneat, of tho negroes.
One ef the speakers referred patronichagly
to saeh of his hearers as entertained "rebel
seatiaaeats." What he meant by this, -we can?
not conceive. We knew ef net a single indi?
vidual sf eur aeqaaintanee who corses ander
this eategory. Rave we not all subaaitted to
the decree of war ? Have we not all taken
the oaths of amnesty, and even registered, as
iavitsd to do by three Acts of Cougrsts, and
agreeably to General Orders Ne. 66, from these
headquarters ? And yet, after having dene all
these things, we ara still spoken of as "per
seaa eatertaining rebel aeatiments."
As a matter of course, the lato "reverses"
in Ohio aad Pennsylvania raeeived a large
share of attention from oar Radical orators,
and if we ooald gaia oar consent to allow our?
selves to be amused by the tortuosities of po?
litical sophistry, and ths thousand different
shifts resorted to to hide the truth, we eould
have found muon feod fer merriment on Tues?
day sight. It was funny to see every one of
thsoe aer?bata take a running start to vault at
one bound over this molehill [which "the De?
mocrats," they said, vainly have been endea?
voring to make into a moan tala], but when
they came plumb up to ii they very wisely
prefersed te walk arenad M. Why, if we are
ta believe Mr. ai oCwaa, thees eise tis ns vere
nothing beat Democratic raes end fe* th es*-*e
lultiag tu Republloaa victories. He teek geed
tare not te say a single ward abeu* the defeat lu
Ohio of negro suffrage by a saajorfty ef nearly
SO,000 rotee. If that is nothing, vre ar? ?ure
'those vile ev eat una, the Demeevaes," will
lave ao objection whatever to eoe the Retub
ieons take their defeat with sash philosophic
Judge Manera, of Philadelphia, talked ia a
limitar strain. "A Supreme Judge," quoth
ie, "what is that ?" ??The people of my SUte
lld set deem that a fit ooeseion te turn out in
heir might," ete. Singular, that the acidity
if ibo grapos was not discovered Ull^after the
Mr. WAsnnr/BRB made still greater drafts
tpon the credulity of his audience. From the
ato at which he was "telling it to tke ma?
ines," we should say that he was quite at sea.
Ie said the present Congress had a clear Radi?
al majority of about ninety; that in the ro?
om elections the DeraooaaU had gained two
uembcrs, und that at this rafe it would take
ult forty-five years to dcfrat the Republicans
n ftentress. His sable audience thought Ibis
I splendid joke, ?nd applauded uproariously.
?iMbe defeat of negro suffrage in Ohio he hod
lot a word to say. Bu't he did say that Gene?
ral GABY, of Cinoinnati, rocontly elected to
[)wngroe8 by the workingmen and Democrats,
was pledged for negro suffrage, a statement
wp shall take the liberty to doubt.
It is a little singular that the Republican
press at the North oannot see the defeat at the
late elections in the same light as these itene?
rant R. R. Radical Congressmen. The New
York Tribune of tho 21st oontains an article
on "Judge CBASB and the Presidency," in
which a ohange of tactics is announced after
the folle wing fashion : "Many of our Conser
vative and some of our Radical exchanges have
made proclamation, sinco tho Ohio election,
that the defeat of the Republican party in this
State-for the loss of the Constitutional
Amendment and of the Legislature constitutes
substantially a defeat-ends now and forever
the Presidential prospects of Judge CHASE
Perhaps it docs, but there are some points of
fact that should, bo considered, ead we pro?
pose to name them in the hope of producing
wholesome reflection. In the first place, not?
withstanding the great reputation as a Radical
that Judge CRABB has, he is, in temperament
and connections, ono of thc most truly conser?
vative maa in tho country."
From this it would appear that thc dofeat in
Ohio is of sufficient force to ohange CHASE from
an uncompromising negro-suffrago Radical in?
to a "mild Conservative."
Mr. WASHBSBX said the pooplc of Ohio did
not tnrn out at the late election-they felt sure
ef General HAYES' election, and that contented
them. Tho New York Timos (not over partial
to the Democrats), in its issue of Tuesday, tells
a different story :
"It turns out after all that, Instead of boing light,
tho voto lost month in Ohio was the heaviest ever
east, In tho counties thus far officially heard
from thora is an inoreaso of about 60,003 over the
vote two years ago, of which the D?mocrate gain
forty and the Republicans twenty thousand. The
theory that tho Republicans stayed at home, there?
fore, will not answer. They have evidontly ia
a good many casos voted the o thor way: and of th?
new voters who have come into the field within the
last two years, tho Democrats have got more than
their equal share. The 'reaction' is moro docidtd
than it seemed to be at first."
The same paper also has tho following sneer
at the Congressional weathercocks, who have
taken the alarm at tho Democratic epidemic,
BOW raging in tho North, and steadily ia the
"The moat curious psychological point in the
: recent elections is their effect on the minds of cer?
tain Congressmen as regards tho impeachment
gueetion. The number of gentlomen who have
found H necessary to s ta to that they 'are not now
and Derer have beont' committed in favor of im?
peachment, is something marvelous. Tho curious
point ie that, until recently, thoao gontloraen were
quite willing to have un contradicted assortions
made just the other way. They have now discov?
ered that it is wrong to let the public longer ba de?
ceived by careless reporters."
WASTED TO HIRE, A FARM. /ADDRESS
C. D., through Charleston P. O.
GOOK AND WASHER WAISTED, FOR
small auntly. Apply at No. T DOUGHTY STREET.
W~ AJI TED. A GIRI?, lil OK 1* YEARS OF
ego. white or colored, to do honsowurk. Apply
at No. To RUTLEDGE STREET, between Queen and
WANTED, A WHITS WOMAN, CAPABLE
of CUTTING AND FITTING DRESSES, who ls
also a GOOD SEAMSTRESS, and is willing to male her?
self generally usefoX Apply at No. 2 AIKEN'S ROW.
October 13 , 1*
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE GRAY JACKETS,
And bow they lived, Fought, and Died tte Dixie,
Incidents and Sketch os of Lifo in tho Confederacy.
Send for? Circulars, Address
JONES BROTHERS & CO.,
Broad street, Atlanta, Ga.
October B Imo"
WANTED, A OK RM AX LAD, AS AFF?* EN?
TICE In the Office of "Dio Charleston Zietnng.*'
Annlv at No. . BROAD STREET, between 8 and 10 A.
_ Oct/ber H
mo RENT-THE PLANTATION ON EDISTO
X ISLAND, known as the Headquarters, or Seabrook
Place, containing 300 acres of best quality Cotton and
Provision Land and C6 acres in woods. On tho place aro
a Dwelling Houso (with i6 rooms), Barns, Stables, Out?
buildings and Quarters for 20 families, all in first rato
order ; also, an abundant supply of good water. Steam?
ers to and from Charleston laid at thc placo four (4; times
a week, making lt a vary eligible location for a store.
Fox terms apply to J. EVANS EDLNGS. Edlsto, or
CLIFFORD A MAI HEWS,
October 10 ,_wf Charleston.
TO RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
No. CO Cannon street, containing four square rooms,
1 dressing room and pantry, with doublo piazza; gas fix?
tures throughout; stablo, hay loft, carriage house and
smoko houpo, all completo. Also, ono two-story Ltouao
m tho yard, containing four square rooms. Possession
given on thc 1st November. Apply on TUE PREMISES.
October 19 fmw
mo RENT.-FOUR SQUARE ROOMS, WITH
JL attie and Arousing room, kitchen with two rooms, in
a d?sira bl. position of the city, and within six mlnatoi'
walk of city oars. For particulars enquire No. 8 AM
; HEBST sTBEXT, or GAS WORKS, Charlotta street.
October SA rr?
RENT, A PLEASANTLY SITUATED
HOUSE, in tho central part of tho city, containing
six upright rooms, gas fixtures throughout tho house, a
fine cistern. To an approved tenant terms reasonable.
For reticulare, inquire at No. 277 ELS o STREET.
U>K SALE, A SEGAR STORE, DOING A
geed business; selling on account of ownor going
In wholesale business. Inquire at No. 392 KING
BTHE KT._3_October 25
T710R KENT, THE WHOLE OR HALF OF
JD a HOUSE, In a pleasant location, containing right
upright rooms and dressing room, with double piazza.
Apply at Na 10 JOHN STREET.
October 23_ wfm3*
T7H>R SALE, A VERY HANDSOME SET
X of PARLOR FURNITURE, quito new, sud wffl bo
Bold considerably below cost for cash or approved city
eoeeptaneo. For part?cula?, apply to R. M. MARSHALL
A BRO., Broad street, or address Key Box No. 689,
I Charleston Poi tomoo. 8 October 34
FARM FOR SALE OR RENT, ON MEET.
DIG Street Road, joining tho city boundary, con?
taining lfi acres of land: For further particulars apply
?o No. ? BJIDCTJIJTE STREET. C. WH1TTEMORE.
October 28 3*
A T ?PRIVATE SALE.-THE STOCK OF
J\. OBOC EBTE8, FIXTURES AND GOOD WI LI, of
the owner ie ottered at private eale, on reasonable torin.-,
for cash, on aooonnt of tho owner going to leave the
State. Apply at No. OOO KIN;J STREET, oorner of Co?
lumbas. 4* October 23
WATCH FOUND-PICKED UP IN THE
STREET by a colored boy, a WATCH, w.ilch the
owner can have by proving propurty and lea vin i a small
compensation for the Auder. Apply at NEWS OFFICE.
BOARDING.-A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with BOARD In a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 1 GEORGE STREET. Tonne mode
rate. Ootobor 24
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
private family, at No. 46 EAST BAY. near tho
Bpi tory. Terms 38 per week. wftn October 9
FIRST CL A*g BOARD WITH COMFORTA?
BLY furnished rooms, ?an bo had at No. 1 SO
CIBTY STEKKT. _Imo_October 9
BOARDING,-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonoblo rates, by applying at No.
134 KING bTREBT, one door above Hudson street, near
tho Citadel The Street Cars I*SB Uio door every ten
minutes. 9mo October 7
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
I fTIHB COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST INO
I J. under the name and stylo of CATHCART, MCMIL?
LAN A MORTON, ls this day dissolved by mutual con
ecnt. Mr. G. R. CATHCART having rolired from the
satos. Adi persons Indebted to the late firm will mako
hxuneuiate payment to J. W. MCMILLAN, on behalf of
sha undersigned, who wfil continua the business under
?be name and style of MoMILLAN A MORTON.
Ail dalma against SM lats Arm must be presented at
.he OOM of tba CSBUJKJWion DAILY NEWS for payment.
JAS. w. MCMILLAN.
kl A NI Hi LD MORION.
October L leer. Ootobor 1
8TORA CB, THE HOST CENTRAL AND
eonvesolentln tbs etty, at very reaeonablo prices,
ftc COTTON, RICr. SALT, FERTILIZERS. Ao. Ad. In?
surance, when ?tetre?. as low aa any in tho city. Apply
*> GEO. W. CLARK A CO..
Oorner Bast Day and Cumberland streets.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 537 KINO STREET
(Opposite Ann itrcct),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of tho Press alway? on hand.
Subscriptions received and Oooda delivered or for?
warded by Mall or Express.
All CASH OEDBltt will be promptly attended to.
Pr lunary 2f> Iv
URAKUE LODGE NO. 14. A.-. F.?. M.?.
i N EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
i. wUl bu hold THU Evening, at Masonic Hall, at 7
By order W. X. W. A. GIBSON,
October 25 1 Secretary.
nHE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
L Spartanburg, S. C., will opel October 3d. 18C7.
Thc President, Rov. A. W. CUMMINOS, D. D.. wul bc
ded by competent, experienced teachers in every do
Board for half year.$70.00
Contingent Fee. 2.00
Music and all thc Ornamental Branche? very low.
Those wishing to patronize tho School will pleas? ad?
res? the rrisidont. itu August !)
JURS. JOHN A. BLUM
[T7TLL RESUME THE EXERCISES OF HER SCHOOL
VV on rl L'ES DA i, October 1st, at her Residence, Mary
beet, opposite Elizabeth.
MUSIC AND FRENCH toogbt when desired.
BONDS, STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
FIE ABOVE BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET
rates, by ANDRREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad street
September 20 fmw2mo
No. 133 Meeting street,
HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THEIR ESTABLISH?
MENT, and hero now connected with tba BAR
A FINE RESTAURANT,
WHERE MEALS CAN BB OBTAINED AT ALL
CHARLES ROBERTS, ac old and popular Caterer of
this city, bas been engaged aa Steward, and he will de?
vote his time to this business, and the entire routine of
tho Culinary Department will bo under hie immediate
Every delicacy thai con be obtained etcher in mis mao
ket or abroad will be secured, and tho Tables bo suppliop
with tho first of tho i
HAS BEEN RESTOCKED WITH
Liquors of eyery yariety,
AND TH H CUSTOMERS OP THE ESTABLISHMENT
will bo eervod by attentive and careful waitera
Orders tor MEAL?, both Dinners and Soppen), wBl
meet with prompt attention, and ba prepared by experi?
enced cooks. The
On the second floor, ts suppbed with
Of tho best make, and bas every canveoionoc for the com?
fort of visitors. _t-ertembcr ll
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
October 17 _ ?
PROPRIETOR OF THE
! June H
"ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of Now Orlosna,
W. F. CORKERY.Of Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and fo?road Offices In Rotunda of Hotel
June 17 Gmo
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. ?1. ?i'd, ?43 AND* ?7
Broad way, N. Y" opposite Bowling Groen-I n the
European Pian.-THE STEVENS HOUSE ls well and
widely known to tho tra ve liing public, 'ino location is es?
pecially suitable to merchants and business mon; it ta In
close proximity to the business part of the city-ls on
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to ?ll the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
Th? ST t.Vi Nfc HOUSE hos liberal accommodation for
over 300 gut-sis-lt ls well furnished, and possesses every
modern improvement tot tho comfort and entertainment
of its lum ates. Tho rooms aro spacious and woU venti?
lated-provided with gas and water-the attendance is
prompt and respectful-and tho table Is generously .'pro?
vided with every delicacy of tho season at moderate ratos.
Tho rooms having boen refurnished and remodeled, we
are ona* td to oder calva facilities fox tho comfort and
plrewwe wi our guests. GEO. Bfc CHASE ft CO.,
Ms*/ 26 Orno Pwprlot?BBj.
Nos. 96 and 98 East Houston street,
New Yovk City.
ALL THIS FURNITURE, CONSISTING OF PARJXJR,
CHAMBER, DINING ROOM AND LIBRARY
SUITS, ls of the latest styles, and manufactured er the
very best material, under tho personal supervision of the
Proprietor, and guaranteed.
Parties in tho South desiring fino Household Furniture
can bo supplied direct from tho manufactory; or those
about visiting New York will lind lt to their advantage to
examino this Stock before purchasing eisowhoro. Ail
doods warranted. wfm Um oe July 31
j. m. mmm & m.
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent
PIANO-FORTES-GUANO, SQUARE AND
UPRIGHT-Which aro now acknowledged to bo,
by the Leading Artipts in this country, SUPERIOR TO
ANY OTHERS IN AMERICA. These Iaetruroenjts pos?
sess ovory modern improvement, aro of tho largest size
ilnished In CARVED and PLAIN ROSEWOOD CASES*
embracing overy varloty of style. Each has tho fud
METALLIC FRAME. OVERSTRUNG BASS (with or with?
out the agrade arrangement). Each has tho FRENCH
GRAND ACTION, acknowledged to bo superior to any
other in rapid execution. These Instruments aro ali
S?VES, BBVaX AND A O.UABTEB and SEVEN AND A TUTED
OCTAVES; constructed of THOEODOHXT SEASONED WOOD 1
and of the finest and beet material For OEEAT TOWEB,'
UNOINO QUALITIES, SWEETNESS and PUB ITT OP TONK
throughout tho entire REOISTBB : ELEGANCE OF FINISH
md G Re. AT DURABILITY, the Piano-Fortes of Messrs
JENNYS A SON aro unsurpassed by any other makers tn
tho WORLD, and have taken tho HIGHEST PREMIUM
WHEREVER EXHIBI 1 ED. TPO samo ?ioult?c^ich
unable this firm to produce a SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT
dso enable them to offer tholr PIANO-FORTEl to th?
public st TWENTY ran GEHT, lower than any other piner
3 LA ss manufacturer in the country.
Tho special attention of Dealers, Teachers and others
la Invited lo thc examination of theeo Pianos before mak?
ing their selection elsewhere. Every Instrumont is fully
WARRAN i ED FOR FIVE YEARS! Descriptivo clrcu
ara sent to ail parts of the country upon application Ad?
ifesa, JENNYS ft SONS.
" _ ", , OJ Nos- M3 and 2*5 East 21st street.
Between 2d and 8d Arantes. Now vT+
September V7 _ j?
M BEST TONIC KOW IN USU !
November 27 jJl
No. 219 KING STREET,
West side, one door South of Mar?
NOW OPENED AN ELEGANT ASSORTED STOCK OF
Made up specially for this Market
The greatest care and skill has been
bestowed on the Cutting and Work?
manship, and every Customer can
rely on purchasing from this House
a perfect Garment.
THE STOCK COMPRISES ALL GRADES,
KINE, BIEOIUM AND LOW PRICED,
INCLUDING MAN Y NEW ?TVLES.
BOYS' IND YOUTHS'
FROM 3 TO 16 TEARS OF AGE.
To supply the increasing demand
in this branch of my business, I
have greatly enlarged my Stock.
Parents will lind here all they need
for their Sons.
THE STAR BRAND LINEN BOSOM
The STAR BRAND SHIRTS I
have sold in this city for over twenty
?ears have always given satisfaction
i FIT and MATERIAL.
UT FURNISHING GOODS I OFFER? j
MERINO AND LAUDS' WOOL UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, th ak or Flannel Undershirts and Drawers,
Canton Flannel Undershirts and Drawers, Travelling
Shirts, Half Ho?a, Suspenders, Neck Iles, Scarfe,
Glove? of Beaver. Buckskin, Dogs tin, French Kid add
Caaairocro, Collara ot Linen and Paper ia all prevailing
A foll supply of CLOTHING for freedmen of Engheh
Kersey and Domestic G coln, and heavy Grey Blank eta
? weighing Ave pounds each.
Tho Stock I offer this season ls very attractive, con stet?
ing of ENGLISH, FRENCH and AMERICAN CLOTHS,
Beavers, Tricots, Coatings. Oaestmeres, Velvets, Yelp
voteeus and Corduroys. Tho oxccUe?co of tile style ?nd
flt of Garn: en ta nade at thia House, by tm experienced
Cntter from Franco, aro eure to please those who wu!
leave their orders.
Prices fixed and marked on each article.
The entire stock ls offered ai low prices.
Purchasers aro Invited ts cali and look through (Le
B.W. McTUREOUS, Supft
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHAHLMTOX. S. C., October 3, 1S67. J
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER THE 8TH, 1867, THE
PASSENGER TRAINS on the Sooth Carolina Rail?
road will run as follow?, viz:
Leovo Charleston tor Columbia..4.90 A M
Arrive at Ringville..?.18 A M
Leave KJngvillo.11.40 A M
Arrive at Columbia. 1.10 PM
Leave Columbia...10.00 ? M
Arrive at Ringville.11.85 A M
Leave Ringville.1X05 P M
Arrive ot Charleston. 7.06 P M
Lea YO Charleston for Augusta.10.40 ? M
Arrive at Augusta.7.40 PM
Leave Augusta.,.8.40 A M
Arrive ol Charlee ton.12.20 P M
The Passenger Train on the Camden Branch will con
neel with Up and Down Columbia Trains, ana Wlbnlng
ton and, Manchester n??*^ Trams on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
NIGHT EXPRESS, FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AC?
COMMODATION TUA DI will run as follows, via:
Leave Charleston for Columbia. 5.40 PM
Arrive at Columbia.?.5.00?AM
Leave Colombie.8.00: p M
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 A M
Loavo CharleBlon for Augusta. 7l80iP M
Arrive al Augusta..?.e?'A M
Arrive et Charleston.4.00 AM
H. T. PEAKE?
October 4 fmwLno General Superintendent
DUB YEA & COHEN,
RS. DUR TE A. - . J. BARRETT COHEN?
OFFICE : LIBRARY BUILDING,
COR. BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS.
August IS mf3rno
SHACKELF0RD & KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
NO. 1 BOYCE'S WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
w. w. snAOKELFonn.
WM. AISZH KBU.T.
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ic, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
US' Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, Ac. every
JOHN & THEO. GETTY,
Nt). 4 8 EAST BAT,
W1H moko LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CON8IGN
M. NTH OF COTTON to our friends In New fork, tc
October 0 Imo
WILLIAM D. GILLIED & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. XS HAINE STREET.
WILLIS & C1US0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL Ai TEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIl'MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Port?) o*
COTTON, ll I CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. B. CHlSOLlI
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to Nb. 77 CHURCH STREET, near St
Mtehat)P% Alley. Aegurt 8C
GROCERY ANDI MISMLIANE(WSL
F <??R! FLOUR!
".AA BARBELS OF FLOOR, FAVORITE BRANDS,
Corner of East Bay and Vanderhorefe Wharf.
October 28 . ?_1
' BHDS. VRIME CLEAR BIBBED SUD* AH?
For sale by T. J. ORB A 00.
October ?8 t
PER BREMEN BARK GAL SS
I AA CASES BOTTLED LAGER BEER
LLHJ ICQ ham pera Bottle*
MOO Demijohn*, of differ mt times.
AND JUST RECEIVED t
M and 6-8 Benncesey and Ctard BRANDY
204 ind 10-8 Madeira, Port and Sherry Wine*
Casks Scotch Whiskey and Holland Oin
900 Demijohns, of different sizes.
For salo by CLAC1U8 k WITTE.
October 24_00134,28, BOV2,6 ,
Ci? AA BUSHELS C?BN IN STORE, FOR SALE
?U\J\J hi lou to snit purchasers, by
SHAC EEL FORD k KELLY.
October 3? No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
PEARS AND PEACHES.
JUST RECEIVED BY STEAMER FROM NEW
TWO kern MALAGA GRAPES, in fine order
Two bole. Seckel Peat? . )
Two bbls. Vrrgeloe Pear* } all choice
Two bbls. Louis Boa Pears ) ?
Two boxes reaches.
For sale ?jr
JOHN B. TOGNI,
Ne. 136 MEETING STBiBK.
October 26 Opposite Market street
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
?)f \ PUNCHEONS BARBADOS MOLASSES
iu\J 16 puncheons Choice Syrup.
For sale low, to close consignment, by
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
October 9_Noe. 143 and 146 Beet gay.
DIRECT IMPORTATION, FOB SALE BY
RISLEY A CREIGHTON.
October 7_ Nos. 148 ?nd 146 Eaat By.
np HE BEST AND HEAVTE8T IN THE CITY I? TO BE
i. found at GEO. W. CLARK A OO.'i
September 18 _ Ko. 1W Baet Sair
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
I AA BBLS. WHX8KETS. OF DIFFERENT tHUDBfi,
1 Uv quail nee and prices .
BOO caaes Olkret Wine*
100 caaes Schiedam Schnappe
100 ateta Brandy, Gin, Jamale? Bum. IL Croit Rim,
New England Rum. Sherry Wine, Port Win?, Madeira
Wino, Ac, Ao.
1000 doren of the aboye tn caeos. For sale by .
September 17_ GEO.' W. ''LARK A Ojjj
SALT. SYRUP, ?c.
I ?AA BACKS SALT FOB SALE. DI LOT? T?
LO U U eutt purchasers, at Ieee then market rates.
000 Brno Grit Grindstone*.
100 barrell Syrup.
100 b?rrela Sugar.
1000 kega Nails.
600 bags Shot.. ?
1000 boxes Herring.
100 boxes Starch.
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco, kc, kc.
For salo by GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
September 10_' > ? _...
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 AA BAJ.ES GUNNY CLOTH. EX IRA HEAVY.
1. Vf vf IOU Bolla Ganny Cloth, Extra H cary.
Just received. For aale low eodin lots to eui*, by
September 18 ,. GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
1 (\C\ COILS MANILLA ROPE.
IUU 300 Coil? Hemp Rope.
200 Odis Jute Rope.
Just received and tor solo cheap for cash, by
September 18_GEO. W. OLABK A CO
BBEAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
1 A Ai I BOXES ARMY BREAD.
JLUUU Forieieoy GEO. W. CLARK k OO.
Beg tomb, r M_
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
BAR EELS JUST RECEIVED OP THAT CELfl
B BA TED ALE, by
OSO. W. CLARK A 00.
1 ff t~\ ROLLS-ABOUT SIXTY YARDS EACH.
LI VJ For aale at_
MEETING STREET ICE HOUSE,
September 6 ? ? ? . '
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
T7VDR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. BY
XT OJO M.^M?..?-.? H. CLTJOUS,
Na 67 Pine street. New Ye?*.
September 84 _ Arno
COLGATE & CO.'S
THE STANDARD OW
Per amie by all Oroten.
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED "?tenifi : EXTRACT
BY tt?7 of a letter ?atan a
TO BK TUB OMIT ^SuCk Brother**
/.jo jffla-^-'" ^
Good Sance BBw:
tffSEf1 "Tell LEA A NB
A.HD ATFIJCABUS BHBRBTN0 ih*i their SA CCU
is highly esteemed in In?
ti ia, and Is, In fay opinion,
_ Jthe. .'moat palatable, ha
EVERY V-AJUETl'SSMgirdl as the meet who>
OF DISH. ^!3fl?,m*de.''
The aneoeea of thai most deVoiooa.atvi ?n?v*Be i ?om
dim ea t Aavtng oanaad many wnyri rubied d*Pr*n 10
apply the name to apmricw. Oyapeearf?, ffBjfiffUO li
rtejydfalii/ and carntttig requested to tee that t ne name
of LEA A PXBBOQ are upon the WRAPPER, LABIAL,
STOPPER and SCUTTLE. '
LEA ?V PBRR1N8, Wer?eit?r
JOHN DURAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATS*..
October 19_fm wi yr
f J. C. HARVEY. WM. P. H ARTET
J. G. HAR VE V & ?0.,
**a ? :?
DEALERS IN BACON. PORK, LARD, COR*, A?
No. 75 Exchange Place,
B A L T I B O lt li , MD.
HAVING CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A ?UPRMO*
quality of SIDES. SHOULDERS,' Banu, Stripe.
Lard (in tierces, barrell and kegs). Pork, Aa*.Ac we
would respectfully solicit orders from Soathern Mer
chant?. J. CU HABYBY * CO.
September 36 _. ; /imo*
THOMAS R. AGIVBW,
rMFOBXKS AXD ?AM? ?
Pine Groceries, Choice Teas, Ktc.. lito,
NOS. 300 and 282 GREENWICH-'^T,, COB. OF MUS RAT
MEW YORK. .
November t _
_WATC/,ESt JEWE1RT, ETC
A SI PE RB STOCK OP FINK
GOLD m SOLID SILVE WATCHfiS.
All warranted to ron ?nd 1 Ito roos ni y icg?
ulated, at Uto low price of $10 ?tek i
100 Solid Gold Boating Watcha*. mo to 8100*
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches.900 to IM
100Ladled' Watches. Enamelled..,... 100 to ?MO
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watch?*... ?8 to 808
200 Gold Hunting English Levara..280 to 208
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watche*.USO to 208
500 Gold Hunting American Watche*. 100 to 288.
600 Silver Hunting Lovers... IO to lftv
500 Silver Hunting Duplexte. TS to 208
500 Ladies' Gol* Watchee. SO to 248
1000GoklHunting Leyine*...,. SOto TA
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, ail kinda ,. 60 ta 180
2600 Silver Hunting Watches. SS to 88
SOW Aeeorted SUver Watches. - 10-to TS
The above itoek will be disposed of on the popular one
pricoplan, gfflng every patron a line Gold or solid SB*
vor Watoh tor 810. without regard lo varna.
We wish to immediately di* poe? af th* afceve II ian eal
cent Stock. CVrUncatos, naming the arti?]**, are placed
in i coled envelop*!, and well mi zed. Holder* ar* eaa
Ued to the article named on their certificat*, apon pay?
ment of Ton Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth 81808
or one worth lesa. The return of any of oar eertUtoates
entitle* you to the article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective of its worth; and aa no article valued lea*
than 810 1* named on any certificate, rt will at once
be aeon that thia 1* no Lottery, hst a .atcaightforwurd
legit?mate tran sac Ucn, which maj he participated km
even by' the most fa* Uihous I
A single Certificat* will be sent by maiL pnetfulil, opon
receipt of 39 cania, five for SI, eleven for 83, thirty4hre?
and elegant premium for 86, lixty-dx and nore valuable
premium.to 810, one hundred and mort superb W*toh
fortis. To Agent*, or tho** wiahhag ?jss^*oj*B*nt. ?ai*
ia a ran opportunity, lt U a Iff ?tfcna?elv conducted
business, daly authorised by the (Jov?rmm*nt, and ***.?
to th* moet careful ?crutiay. Try na. fl fal fa
Imperten?, No. 167 Bro*4vaj/. N. Y.
October 30 ?fl lae
STKAJB OAS PITT MR AND PLVMBKU,
I.LAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS F??AURES, GAS
FmiNG AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY VT?
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