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THE DAILY NEWS.
RIORDAN, DAWSON & CO.,
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MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28, 1867.
-Gold still tends downward in New York, closing
on Saturday at 41^.
_Cotton closed in New York on Saturday firm?
er, at JOc foi Middling Uplands.
-In Liverpool on Saturday cotton was buoyant,
Middling Uplands 8j.
-American ladies in Rome have given the Papal
Eouaves a flag.
-It takes 2500 vessels and 10,000 hands lo sup?
ply the Mew York oyster trade.
- Some of the Iowa Masous want to admit ne?
gros*, but the Grand Lodge won't do it.
- -They"say that Beu Wade means to try for the
kn ?r Houao, now that his chance? for tho Senate
-General Grant has so far recovered from his
indiaposition (a severe cold) as to bo able to attend
-The Black Crook is to run in ..New York until
the close of the year, when it will bo replaced by a
play "like unto it, but more so.a
-Six pilots ou the Bod River died last week of
yellow fever. They woro regarded as among the
most skillful and trustworthy of the fraternity.
-Hilton Rowan Helper modestly claims that
his book, Nojoque, caused the defeat of tho negro
suffrage amendment in Ohio.
Tb? death of the Baroness Tascher de la Page
rie ia announced. This lady occupied a placo in
the first rank of distinguished women of Parisian
-Juarez, the newly elected President of Mexico,
has granted to Mr. E. Lasero tho right to con?
struct a railroad to tho Pacific across tho Isthmus
-M. de Fouville announces in the Paris Liberte
that Mlle. Eliza Montez, daughter of Lola Montez,
will soon make her first appearance in tragedy at
the Odeon Theatre.
-A New Jersey man reoently drowned himself,
leaving a note which stated, regardless of tautolo?
gy, that hs committed suicide himself and nobody
ela? had anything to do with it.
-The newspaper report of the Hon. Thomas A.
Jenokos, member of Congress from Bhode Island,
and ai.thor of the bankrupt law, having applied
for tho benefit of that act, is contradicted.
-Mr. John Mitchell has issued at Now York the
first ttumber of the "Irish Citizen." It is a very
handsome sheet, and full of that spirit, pith and
point for which its editor is so distinguished.1
-Gossip has it that Bennett has sold tho Her?
ald establishment to the American News Com?
pany, or somebody else. He does not deny it in
his paper, though he takes pains to quote a cor?
respondent who does.
-The Frenoh railways have profited by the Ex?
hibition. Five linea show an increase of receipts
for the summer raug ng from $250,000 to $400,
000, as compared with the corresponding period
-The government printers are preparing the
impeachment testimony and tho work will be com?
pleted about the end of November. Great care is
taken to avoid publicity and the workmen aro
sworn to ssoresy.
<- -A great battle has been fought in Chinr be?
tween the rebels and imperialists, in which the
latter were defeated. Tho battle took place thirty
miles from Pekin, and tho result is said to have
placed that capital in great danger.
-One Jerome Strange had the misfortune to be
captured in Calabria by a party of bandits. His
ransom was fixed at twelve thousand dollars. The
xnonev arrived one day after the time appointed
a delay which cost Mr. Strange his right ear.
-Workmen are busy preparing the Senate and
Representative Chambers at Washington, and the
Supreme Court Boom for the meeting of Congress
and the Supremo Court. New carpets and up?
holstering generally, painting and decorations, are
-Many of the Catholic priests and othor clergy
of New Orleans have died of the yellow fever this
Summer. The New Orleans Times speaks enthu?
siastically of the zeal they show in fulfilling the
painful duties imposed upon them ii. ministering
to the spiritual wants of tho sick and dying.
-The Paris member of the bouse of Rothschild
received the news of Garibaldi's an est an hour
and-a-half before the first meagre dispatch reached
the Fren eh Ministry of Foreign A flairs. With this
bit of knowledge he made 500,000 franca at the
Bourse during the afternoon.
-Mme. Sourkof baa just received the degree of
Boctor of Medicine from the University of Zurich.
She ia Russian by birth, and studied at St. Peters?
burg with great credit until the Russian Govern?
ment forbade the conferring of degrees in medi?
cine upon women.
-M. Schweitzer covets the suffrages of the Prus?
sian workingman. He has announced his inten?
tion to introduce into the North German Parlia?
ment a bili to regulate the hours of labor, the rate
of wages and tho employment of women and
- -Intelligence from Japan states that a rumor was
carrent that the Tycoon had abdicated in favor of
his brother. At Pekin the recent success of the.
insurants eaused great disquietude. The treaty
of commerce between Spain and China had been
-The oldest journalist in France. M. Jean Bap?
tiste Gorier, died recently in a charitable institu?
tion at Issy. Be was ninety-two years old. At
one time he was in the office of tho Journal de
Farts. He also wrote a great number cf poems.
He spent the last years o? bis life in playing domi?
-At their recent conference in Eublin, the Irish
Roman Catholic prelates came to a unanimous de?
cision that they would accept no part of the reve?
nues of the Established Church. Their opinion
was that the property of the establishment should
- be appropriated to the relief of the poor in Ire?
-M. Le Play, Commissioner-General of tho Ex?
hibition, has returned to Paris, it is said, on the
express invitation of the Emperor, who wishes to
commit him about the question of the Champs de
Man. He property holders of that region pro
text agamst the removal of the Exhibition build?
-Seven years ago a St Louis merchant caught
a burglar in his chamber, but let him go on pro?
mise of good behavior. That burglar made his
pile during the war, whereas the merchant failed,
and a few days ago the former paid his debt of
gratitude by loaning the latter $10,000 with which
to start fe business again.
_A ministerial paper of Berlin makes the : na?
pea tant declaration that each of the four South
German States mu6t be at liberty to enter singly
the North German Confederation. As the Grand
Dnoby of Baden is on the point of taking this i-tep I
it may be expected that the North German Confed- <
erat ion will soon by a formal act throw down the (
gauntlet to Louis Napoleon. <
-In the case of Second Assistant Engineer Geo. .
G. Bawyer, of the navy, tried and convicted by
naval eourt-martial at Portsmouth, N. H., of using
language disrespectful of the President of the 1
United States ?aid sentenced to be suspended on 1
half of waiting-order pay for one year and publicly t
reprimanded by the Secretary of the Navy, Mr. ?
Welles bas issued an r.der approving the sen- t
-The wife of the famous Ned Buntline died a
few days ago in the poor-house at Nashville, 1
.Tenn. She wa? a Cuban, named Maria Cordova, F
of exoeeding beauty in her younger days, aud had t>
lsd a life of strange adventure ; first, ss cigar girl fi
in New Orleans, then wife of the roving Ned, mis- g
tresa of Ben Mcculloch, the Texan ranger, and
then a downward course which ended in poveitv
and a pauper's death. a
-A telegram from Romo states that a r?volu c
tionary movement waa attempted thero on Thurs- '
day. A minc was flied under the Zouave barracks, s
bat no Uves were lost, and tho outbreak was sup- t!
pressed. All is now quiet. Garibaldi, in charo- e
gard of the prohibition of tho Papal authorities, j
baa pushed forward Southward and at the last
advices was at Rietia, not far from the Papal .
frontier, some forty miles from Rome. Only a
portion of the Garibaldians had withdrawn from ?
the Papal States, but the remaining band? '
hare been greatly harrassed by the Papal troops, \
who, tn these encounters, have been uniformly i
-Tho Sings are paying visita. The King o*
Prussia has gone to Baden-Baden to have a talk ^
with Count Bismarck about matters in Italy.
There is a report that the Emperor of Austria and
Ute King of Wurtemberg bave appointed time and F
Jlace for an interview. Among thoso who will ac
?ecompaijy tho Emperor of Austria to Taris aro
Baron Berat, Count Andrassy, Trinco Metternich,
md the Duke de Qrammonl . Thc belief in tho po?
litical significance of the Salzburg: Conference lian
gradually subsided, and is not likely to be ?evived
by the present ?sit.
-Sport?un men at thc North have boen a good
deal interested of lato in thc rivalship between
Commodore Vanderbilt and Mr. Robert Bonner for
tho credit of possessing tho !:istcst trotter on tho
turf. Commodore Vanderbilt wauted to trot his
Mountain Boy against Mr. Bonner's Dexter-a pro?
posal which tho latter gentleman replied ho would
uot entertain until Mountain Boy should have
equalled Dexter's celebrated time of ono mile in
2:17?. Mr. Vanderbilt put his gelding to tho test
on the Fashion Course last Monday, and the horse
trotted a mile in 2:214. F?r ,lis aKe>wmch is eiRht
years, this is considered a very remarkable
achievement, but it falls four seconds short of
Dexior's score; so Bonner still bears tho palm.
Meantime the Ledger is adv: rtisod.
Kui?iii' i* Notice.
The firm of MCMILLAN & MORTON is this
day dissolved hy mutual consent. The entire
material, business and good will of tho DAILY
NEWS establishment has been sold to Messrs.
B. R. RIORDAN, FRANCIS AV. DAWSON, and HEN?
RY EVANS, by whom the paper will hereafter
be conducted, and who will collect all monies
duo the Office, and settle all claims against it.
The late proprietors, in retiring, bespeak
for their successors a continuance of the gene?
rous patronage which they themselves have
enjoyed at the hands of the public.
JAS. w. MCMILLAN.
Charleston, S. C., October 26, 18G7.
THE V N HEB S nt N E I>, having purchased the
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS establishment, have
this day formed a copartnership under the
name and style of RIORDAN, DAWSON & Co.,
and will continue the business as heretofore,
fulfilling all contracts made by their prede?
B. R. RIORDAN.
FRANCIS W. DAWSON.
Charleston, October 26, 1867.
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS passes, to-day,
into new hands. Tho paper sprang into life I
at a period when the echoes of the great con- I
flict had scarcely died away, and when the
commotions of an unsuccessful revolution were J
still agitating tho land."* Its subsequent career
has been unexampled in the history of jour- J
nalism at the South. Amidst the uncertainties j
of military rule and a prolonged business de- j
pression, the like of which had never been I
seen by this generation, the NEWS has lived I
and steadily prospered, until it has attained a I
circulation unequalled, at this time, by that
of any other journal in the Southeastern I
The new proprietors of tho papei will bond J,
all their energies to the task of giving fresh J1
interest and vigor to its columns, and cnlarg- I
ing, by every means that enterprise can sug- j (
?rest, the sphere of its influence and useful- I,
ness. In the shaping of its past political I <
: ourse, they have had no part. Their record, I '
is independent journalists, begins from to-day. J '
Bound to the fortunes of no clique of imprac- I
licable extremists, nor yet the facile mouth- I (
piece of the timid and time-serving, THE NEWS I
will henceforth deal with public questions as
ihey arise, honestly, fearlessly and consistent- I
ly, with but the single aim-to maintain the I
lionor and promote the welfare of the South- J '
The Political Horizon.
Within ten days from this time, the auuunl 11
elections will take place in no less than thir- J I
teen State", including the great States of New I '
Vork, Massachusetts, Michigan and Illinois. It 11
is nearly certain that the result will show largo j 1
conservative gains ; and the feeling of couti- 11
Jence caused by the conservative victories in I ;
California, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, will, with- j i
sut doubt, be both strengthened aud increased. 11
Already, in the Southern States, there has been I
joy and thanksgiving; but, at this moment, li
when it is most necessary that we should be I
pai:?nt. prudent, and temperate, it is our duty J I
lo beware of either undue trust, or rash ex- j
ultation. j i
The North, and Northwest, have no great j i
love for tho Southern States. They have no j
such affection and favour in their hearts, as j
would cause them to jeopardise their own for-1
tunes, in the defense of their neighbours of the ]
South. Nor have they any implicit faith, or I
belief, in Mr. JOHNSON or his policy. They act
independently of him and of his plans. Ry ji
?ll but by the knot of fanatical impeachers, the j
President is practically forgotten. I :
But, while the North will not move actively I
in behalf of the South, will not strike a blow J
in defense of tho President, it will do, both 1
emphatically and promptly, whatever is ?ecos- I
Bary for its own safety and the preservation of I
tts own gigantic wealth. The startling vote at J
the late elections was not the result of a widen
ing breach between Democrat and Radical, Free
Trader and Protectionist-the advocate of re-j
pudiation and the friend of specie payments. I
It was an instinctive feeling that the time had I
come when the chariot of revolution must be I
checked in its bloody course; it was aninsiinc- j
;ive feeling that the time had come when a I
blow must be dealt at thc hydra of agrarian- I
ism, confiscation, white slavery and black I
supremacy, which had already paralyzed trade I
ind industry, and sapped the foundations of I
general and individual welfare. Without lead- I
TS, without complete organization, with many I
grievous differences of opinion, the conservative J i
nen of the country marched to the polls, moved JI
jy the great levers-personal interest and per- j
ional security. I '
But while this reaction will go on, and go J '
cuuch farther, it may yet prove of no imme- j '
iiate benefit to thc Sooth. New York, and In- 11
liana, and New Jersey, and Illinois, and Wis- I 1
;onsin, may follow in the track marked out by I i
California, in the West, and Pennsylvania, in
he East ; and yet the South not obtain her ?
recdom. There will bc ground, and there is t
.cason, for hope, and courage, and patience, un- 1
1er trial and temptation ; but it must not be '
upected that a day, or a month, will roll back f
be torrent of oppression, or purge the stains a
rom the bloody page of war. For the South, t
he vt.lue of the reaction in the North will de- c
lend upon the manner in which her people -
ehave;-upon their action during the next
Bw months, will depend the destinies of them- "
elves and of their children.
Those men who have watched, and waited, i
nd suffered, during six long years, cannot bo
o?',ards now. The men who have fought and
led, the women who have worked and wept,
Mil not flinch or swerve. Now, again, must
be dignity of race, thc supremacy of princi- ?
?pie, be asserted and maintained. Now that the
awn is breaking, every Southern man must ^
ontinue to bc calm, moderate, law-abidiug and
ust. There must be no compromise, no tam
.ering, with the honour of our people ; and it
oust be borne in mind that, while herc, as else
vherc, there is room for judicious, conservative L
cform, there oan be no safety, no freedom, no
lermanent prosperity, in any land that is gov?
erned upon such principles, and such doctrines,
is those of which the Radical party of the
Jnited States is the exponent and the chain- I ?
Busines? prospects are decidedly belier, and
he indications arc that a rebound in financial
iffair8 has, at last, commenced. In Liverpool,
iespite the failure of the Royal Bank, and the
lepressiou caused by tho convulsions in thc
Interinan cotton trade, the staple has taken an
?pward turn. This has caused a similar movo
[uent in New York, New Orleans, and this mar?
ket ; and, from every quarter, the reports
show cotton to bc firmer, with an activo de?
mand and advancing tendency. Gold has fallen
?bout two per cent, since this time last week.
Money is easier, internal revenue is improving,
and the New Vork Bank statement is highly
favourable. These causes arc already produc?
ing their eflecl. There is dullness in provis?
ions and produce, and it will not bc long before
Ihore is renewed activity in every department
This was lo be expected. Dullness and stag?
nation cannot endure for ever. The greater
thc fall, the greater the reaction ; and, in the
general change, the South will have her share
Whatever political trouble may yet be in
slore for us, wc can meet il with stout hearts
if trade is brisk and business activo. Want of
capital, want of money, has been our great
drawback. All the money' that could be ob?
tained had been spent in meeting the expense
of planting and raising produce; and, until
that expenditure produced its fruit, no groat
ease oould be looked for. The cotton season,
this year, was later than usual, and planters,
however pressed, have refrained from forcing
their cotton upon a dull and declining market.
Now, however, planters will be encouraged
to forward their crops. The experience of the
past will keep them from holding off for ex?
treme prices, and they will be satisfied if they
can realize a moderate return upon their in?
vestments. As cotton moves down, tho busi?
ness of our railroads will improvo, our ship?
ping will be crowded with freight, our streets
will be alive with bright faces, our merchants
and factors will be reimbursed the advances
that they have made, and Charleston, and
Charleston business men, will look more like
the Charleston and Charlestonians of old than
they have done for many a year. This is no
exaggerated expectation ; and, indeed, the
surest way of commanding fortune, lies in the
belief that the day of our success will speedily
and assuredly come.
The President of the United States has issued
a proclamation that the 28th November next
shall be observed as a day of National Thanks?
giving and prayer.
In the presence of trials and troubles untold,
in the absence of much that makes life dear
and precious, the South can still, with an hum?
ble mind and an obedient and contrite spirit,
join in prayer and petition to thc Supreme
Disposer of Events.
Our State, during the past year, has been
healthy beyond general precedent, and fever
and pestilence have spared thc homes of Caro?
lina. The harvest of grain has been abundant;
and, while a plague of insects has passed like
a scorching fire across tho low country, the
cotton crop, in the upper districts, ia excellent
tn quantity and kind.
Heartily, and earnestly, may we return
thank- for those blessings which have been
vouchsafed to us; and devoutly and tearfully
may we petition for peace and prosperity in
this beloved land. As a suffering but un?
daunted people, wo can but prostrate our?
selves bi fore the throne of Infinite Mercy, and
Tearlessly lay all our grief aud pain at the feet
af Him who directeth all things aright.
A Black ..Vigilance Committee."
Two respectable merchants of Richmond,
Va., have been notified by a negro vigilance
:ommittce to leave the city within forty-eight
lours, on account of their opposition (o the
Radical tickot for the State Convention.
In itself this menace will be of no effect. It
will not cause the persons who have bseu
threatened to leave their homos, and flee to
the North for safety; and it will not, in any
way, add to tho seourily or safely of the color?
ed people of Virginia. There is no doubt thal
[len. SCHOFIELD, who has held the scales of
military justice with a steady hand, will
promptly put down any movement that threat?
ens tho peace of tho District which he com?
mands; and the result will be that the colored
people will be treated with greater strictness,
and will alienate many of the good friends
who have been anxious to advance their in?
South Carolina ha9, happily, boen free from
much of the violence and disorder which have
caused so much trouble in the "Old Dominion."
With one or two exceptions, there has been uo
rioting or turbulence in this city; and, through?
out the Slate, the conduct of the colored people
has been, upon tho whole, moderate and satis?
factory. Where reckless agitators have most
prevailed, there has been soma idleness and
disorder; but, considering all things, the col?
ored people of the Carolinas have been quiet
The explanation of this comparatively happy
condition of affairs may be found in two cir?
cumstances:-the confidence reposed by the
colored people in the good faith and friendship
of their former masters, and the absence of
that horde of radical speakers which swooped
upon thc States nearest the Northern line, but
which has done Carolina the favor to leave her
nearly entirely alone. As long as these condi?
tions are unchanged, and there is no reason
why they should change, this State may be ex?
pected to preserve her wonted calm.
Indeed, the more far-sighted and observant
of the colored people aro rapidly learning ilia.'
their security, and their very existence, de?
pend on the preservation of friendly relations
with the whites among whom they live. They
are beginning to understand, that neither the
United States Government, nor the Northern
people, would support them in any action look?
ing to negro dominion, or intended to convert
the fields of the sunny South into an African
Utopia. They may expect that their freedom
will be upheld and maintained; but they must
ie careful how they join in any course that
will array the prejudices, the passions, and the
?ecessities of the white race against them, and
rvhich could have but one result,-their depres?
i?n and ult?malo annihilation.
This, in Carolina, noed not be feared. The
iolored people will read the lesson that is held
mt to them by their misguided brethren in
i'irginia; and they may rest assured that,
vhile they are orderly, industrious and faith
ul, no attempt will be made to oppress them,
md that they will not be held responsible for
hose things in which they had no part, and
iver which they had no control.
DURYEA & COHEN,
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(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
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February J5 ly
HOUSE WAISTED.- A HOUSE WITH
sonic ten or twelve rooms, in a pleasant part of
the city. Apply at No. M EAST BAT.
October 28 1
4 SINGLE MAN WANTS A SITUATION
J\. an Fanner Gardener, Fruit-grower or Nursery
Foreman. Address A. B. C. at this office.
October 28 1*
WANTED. A GIRL, ia OR 14 YEARS OP
age. white or colored, to do housework. Apply
at No. 10 RUTLEDGE STREET, between Queen and
WANTED, A GERMAN LAD, AS AHPREN
TICE in the Office of "Die Charleston Zietung."
Apply at No. 3 BROAD STREET, between 8 and 10 A.
*L_ _Oct'Ivr 14
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE OKAY JACKETS.
And how they Lived, Fought, and Died for Dixie,
Incident? and Sketches of Life in tho Confederacy.
Send for Circulars. Address
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October 21 Imo*
TO RENT, A TWO-STORY WOODEN
HOUSE, No. 4. Wall street Apply at THIS OF?
FICE. 2* October 2$
rpo RENT, TAVO STORY WOODEN HOUSE
JL with lour rooms, gas, chitern; parlor furniture will
be lett to a tenant if desired. Also, good tone Plano to
rent APPLY AT 1'BIS OFFICE. 2 October 28
TO RENT.-STORE NO. 70 BHOAD STREET
North sido, 2d door from corner of Church street
R. M. MARSHALL k BRO.,
Real Estate Agents, No. 33 Broad street
October 21 m 2
m?? RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
L No. 50 Cannon street containing four square rooms,
dressing room and pantry, with double piazza;- gas fix?
tures throughout; stable, hay lott, carriage hoRso and
smoke house, all complete. Also, ono two-story Houfle
m the yard, containing four square rooms. Possession
given on the 1st November. Apply on THE PREMISES.
Ootobor 19 fmw
TTMJR RENT, THE WHOLE OR HALF OF
JJ a HOUSE, in a pleasant locution, containing right
upright rooms and dressing room, with double piazza.
Apply at No. 10 JOHN STREET.
October 23 wftnS*
TO RENT, FOUR OR FIVE ROOMS, WITH
or without Board, in a private family, in the lower
part of the city and on line of City Raliway. Suited for
a family or single gentlemen. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
TO RENT, A PLEASANTLY SITUATED
HOUSE, in the central part of the city, containing
six upright rooms, gas fixtures throughout the house, a
fine cistern. To an approved tenant terms reasonable.
For particulars, inquire at No. 277 KING STREET.
T7H>R SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
J? QUANTITY, price 75 cents per hundred. Apply at
tho Office of the DAILY NEWS. Imo October 23
FOR SALK, THREE THOROUGH-BRED
POINTERS, five months old; two of Imported
stock. Apply next SOUTH OF MILLS HOUSE.
October 28_ _1
FOR SALK, A SEOAR STORE, DOING A
good business; selling on account of owner going
hi wholesale business. Inquire at No. 392 KING
STREET. 3 October 25
LOST.ON SATURDAY MORNING, IN KING
STREET, near Hasel, a ROLL OF BILLS amount?
ing to forty-five dollars. Thu finder will re?oive five dol?
lars reward and the thanks of the owner, by leaving the
money for D. J. at the DAILY NEWS OFFICE.
October 28 _0
LOST OR STOLEN, FOUR SILVER DES?
SERT KNIVES, marked on the handle E. F. A
liberal reward will be paid upon their deUvory at No. 15
ASHLEY STREET, and no questions asked.
October 28 6
WATCH FOUND.-PICKED UP IN THE
STREET by a colored boy, a WATCH, walch the
owner can have by proving property and leaviin a small
compensation for the finder. Apply at NEWS OFFICE.
STOLEN-FROM CORNER OF AMERICA
and Konth streets, a white GOAT, with black and
white feet, and a black spot on the neck. All persona
are vam ea against buying her. A reward will be paid
for ber recovery. Apply as above.
October 28 1*
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
private family, at No. 45 EAST BAY. near the
Battery. Terms $8 per week. wfm October 9
B* OARDING_A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with BOARD in a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 GEORGE STREET. Terms mode?
rate. Ootobor 24
I.MUST CLASS BOARD WITH COMFORTA
' BLT furnished rooms, can bo had at No. 1 SO?
CIETY STREET._Imo_October 9
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, St reasonable rates, by applying at No.
434 KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
Hie Citadel. 'Hie Street Cars pass the door every ten
minutes. 3mo October 7
STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL AND
convenient in the city, at very reasonable prices,
for Ct) IT ON. RICK, SALT, FERTILIZERS. Ac. Ac. In?
surance, when desired, a? low as any in the city. Apply
to GEO. W. CLARK A CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland street?.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASSIMERtS AND VEST
INOS, which they are prepared to make up, OR WILL
SELL UV THE YAltD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, SHAKSPEARE COL?
Merino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Dilke of Edinburgh Cravat Ties
Suspenders, Kid Gloves
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Cotton Half Hose
English Silk Umbrellas, etc.
ALL OF WHICH 1HEY WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of direct Importation ti om Liverpool, which we
offer at Wholesale and Retail, at a considerable reduction
from import cost, or as low as the inferior article of )
American Flannels. They are all Wool, without mixture
of shoddy, and are admirably adapted for Ladles' Balmo?
Noa. 3? AND 34 BROAD STREET.
OAK LEATHER BELTIM.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE OREAT DEMA> D FOR THIS BELTING DU?
RING, Colonel L. M. HATCh'S Agency, is sufficient gua?
rantee for its qualities.
For sale at Now York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 12C MEETING STREET,
October 24 Imo Charleston, S. C.
H HITE LEAD ZINC PAINTS.
IO OOO LEAD PBEMIUM PUBE WHITE
IO.OJO lbs. pure Philadelphia White Lead
8,000 lbs. New York White Lead
6,000 lbs. pure French White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Wsshingtou Medal White Zinc
8,000 lbs. Franklin Snow White Zinc.
All ot the above for sale low bv
HOLMES k CALDER,
October 24 imo_No. 126 Meeking street
OIL! OIL! OIL!
IT (\(\ GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIX
0\J\J 5U0 gallons Winter Bleached While Oil
800 gallons No. 1 Lard Oh
500 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
COO gallons White Oak Oil
300 gallons pure Neattfoot Oil
700 gallons English Unseed Oil
too gallon* Boiled Unseed Otl.
For sale low at HOLMES A- CALDER,
October 24 imo No. 126 Meeting street
H MIX &
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTURERS ~AND DEALERS IN
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. WHICH WILL BE SOLD
less than at auy other es.ablishuicut lu the city,
and warrantodiqual to any made in the United Slates.
JW Descriptive catalogues sent on application.
August 30 fmw
The Greenville Mountaineer
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 60 PEU
year, in a ivuucu. Advertisements inserted at usual
rates. U. E. ELFORD,
May 10 * Editor and Proorietor
FRIENDSHIP LODGE, NO. O, A.-. F.?. M.?.
4 REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF 1B*IS LODGE
t\. will bc held Thin Evenina, at 7 o'clock, at the Me?
Members and candidates govern themselves according
y. By order of the W. M. E. SCOT!*,
October 28 1 Secretary F. L. No. 9.
SHEKINAH LODGE, A.*. F.*. H.*.
4 COMMUNICATION OF THLS LODGE WILL BE
J\_ hold at Masonic Hall, Thit (Monday) Evening,
kt 7 o'clock. By order W.-. M.-.
H. M. EMM ERLY,
October 28 _1*_Secretar}'.
CHARLESTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
AREGUBAR MEETING OF THIS CHAMBER WILL
take place This (Monday) Evening, October 'JWth, at
i o'clock, P. M., at the Hibernian Hah.
By order. P. J. BARBOT.
PALMETTO GUARD CHARITABLE ASSO?
THE REGULAR MONTHLY VEETING OF THIS AS?
SOCIATION will be held at the Masonic Hall. Thin
Evening, 28th instant, at 7 o'clock. Members are request?
ed to be punctual in attendance.
By order ot the President. P. WARREN McGEE,
October 28_1_Secretary P. G. C. A.
THE MEMBERS OF THB UNION REPUBLICAN
PARTY in the city of Charleston are hereby notified
to gather bi MA>S MEETING in their several Wards, on
Monday, 28th mst, at 7 o'clock P. M., to eloct 1WELVE
DELEGATES from each Ward to a Convention, which
shall put in nomination NINB DELEGATES to represent
the District of Charleston in the coming Constitutional
The place, of meeting for each Ward will be as fol?
- Ward 1-At Military Hall, Wentworth street, up stairs.
. Ward 2- At Military Hall, Wentworth street, East
Ward 3- At Howard's Hall, Meeting street, near Cal?
Ward 4-At Military Hall, Wentworth street. West
Ward 5-At Bonum's Hall, John street.
- Word 0-At Liberty Hall. Morris street.
Ward 7-At Tivoli Garden, Meeting street, above
Ward 8-Over Grist MiU, St. Phillip's street, near
Rodgers' Abey. uILBEBT PILLSBORY,
October 23 1* Committee Charleston Dist.
FOR TH? BUILDING OF AN EPISCOPAL,
CHURCH AT FLORENCE. 8. C.
THE LADIES WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THIS
CHURCH have determined to hold a FAIR, on the
12th, 13th, 11th a ad 16th of November at the MASONIC
Arrangement* are being made to have a CONCERT or
CHARADE the hurt two nights.
Dcors open at 10 o'cloca each day, and 7 o'clock each
evening. Admittance 26 cents.
Any donation or ' contribution will be thankfully re?
ceived. 17 October 28
YOUNO LADIES' COLLEGIATE INSTI?
THE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMES HAVE CAUSED
the Commissioners of the State Normal and High
School to use the building aa a Free School. The State
Normal and High School, aa now organized, wld tc erefc ro
be trat aferrod, under the title of the YOUNG LADIE.V
COLLEGIATETNSTITUTE, to the commodious building
on the north side of Oeorgo street. No. 28, one door west
of Sing struct, opening OCTOBER 2d, 1867.
Tuition lu the Preparatory Department, 912.60 per
half session, or 960 per annum; ia the Collegiate Depart?
ment, 916 per half session, or 960 per annum. French,
Drawing, and Vocal Music, are Included in the regular
course. Latin, Greek, German, Italian, Spanish, In?
strumental Music and Painting, are extra, at moderate
A limito i number of Boarder- will be received at the
Institute. Board, 930 per month, or 9300 per annum,
Including Waac leg. Ligate, Fuel, etc. Parlor Boarders
received at the above prices. All payments strictly ia
Board of Instruction as follows : Rev. HENRY M.
MOOD, A. M.. Principal; Rev. HENRY A. BASS, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics and Ancient Language. ; Pro?
fessor LEWIS R. GIBBS. A. M., M. D" Lecturer on
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy; Professor F. S.
HOLMES, Lecturer on Geology and Natural Hirtory;
L. A. FRAMPTON, M. D., Professor of Modern Lan
guagesi Professor WM. MASTERMAN, Instructor in
Vocal Music ; Miss MARY C. MOOD, Inatruatres. in
Drawing lind Painting; Min LAURA M. HILL, Instruc?
tress in English Branches.
September 2 ni th4mos
MRS. JOHN A. BLUM
WILL RESUME THE EXERCISES OF HER SCHOOL
on TUESDAY, October lat, at her Realdence, Mary
street, opposite Elizabeth.
MUSIC AND FRENCH taught when desired.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Caehler.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
~ PROPRIETORS !
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. (.'ORKERY.Of Spottswood Hotel, Richmond,
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos- Hi. %3,'4& AND 27
Broadway, N. Y.. opposite Bowling Green-Cn the
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
wldelv known io the traveUing public. The location ls es
peciaily suitable to merchants and business men; it is ii
doss proximity to the buaincss part of tho city-is on
thc highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
The STEVENS HOUSE has liberal accommodation for
ayer 300 guests-it le well furnished, and possoeees every
modern improvement for the comfort and entertainment
of ita Inmates. Tho rooms are spacious and well venti?
lated-provided with gos and water-the attendance Is
prompt sud respectful-and the table is generously pro?
vided with every delicacy of the season at moderate rates.
The rooms having boen refurnished and remodeled, wc
are enal -d to ofter extra facilities for the comfort and
pleasure . f our guests. GEO. H. CHASE A CO.,
May 90 Ouio Proprietors.
No. 138 Meeting street,
HAVE RECENTLY REFITTED THEIR ESTABLISH
MENT, and bavo now connected with tho BAR
A FINE RESTAURANT,
WHERE MEALS CAN BE OBTAINED AT ALL
CHARLES ROBERTS, an old and popular Caterer of
this city, has been engaged as Steward, and he will de?
vote his time to this business, and the entire routine of
the Culinary Department will be under his immediate
Every delicacy that eau bc obtained either in this mar
kt t or abroad will be secured, and the Tables be auppltcp
with the first of the season.
HAS BEEN RESTOCKED WITH
Liquors ol variety,
LND THE CUSIOME IABLISHMENT
rill be served by attentl ,itera.
Orders for MEALS b ? Suppers, wlU
aeet with prompt attentl red hy expert
meed cooks. The
On the second floor, I* supplied with
Jf the best make, and has ever}* convenience for tho com
ort of visitors. September ll
I. M. BRADSTREET & SON.
?0. 20 JIR0AD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. L. FONDA. Nuperiutondeiit.
LNDREVV M. MORELAND,
No. 8 BROAD STREET,
II \ Il Ll'STOV, S. C., OC IUD EH !?8, 1867
QUOTATIONS FOR SOUTHERN BANK BILLS.
ink of Camden.35
ink of Charleston.20
ink of Chester.ll
auk of Georgetown.17
unie of Hamburg.16
?uk of Newberry.40
ink of South Carolin?.10
ask ?il State of South Carolina, prior to 1861 .. .i;i@14
auk of State of South Carolina, after lat Jan'ry,
om mercal Bank of Columbia. 4
zchange Bank, Columbia.ll
anners' and Exchange Bank. 1
.urehaut?' Bank, Ch?raw.ll
sofie's Bank, Charleston..'.50
lant?n' Bank ot Fairfield.8
lan tem" and Mechanics' Bank, Charleston.19
outhwestern i~?Uroad Bank, Charleston.27@30
tate Bank, Charleston.4
mon Bank, Charleston.75
i tr of Charleston Change Billa.85
These Quotations are liable to fluctuations.
Bank Notes sent to me will be remitted tor as directed,
; the bent market rates. '
Stocks and Bonds of all descriptions bought and sold.
Quotation Sheet for Bonds, stocks and Coupons, issued
?.erv Friday .Kerning ia this paper.
CITY STOCK WANTED.
[rrANTED TO PURCHASE-CITY OF CHARLESTON
W SIX PER CENT. STOCK. Apply fay
JAMES M. SHACKELFORD,
Broker, No. 5 Broad street. Up Stairs.
?ONDS. STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
nHE ABOVE BOUGHT AT' HIGHEST MARKET
L rates, by ANDR?EW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad street.
September 20 ? fmw2mo
MEDI AL CARDS.
DB. H. P. (?IBBE?
OAS HIS OFFICE AT DB. T. E. HERTZ'S DRUG
STORE, No. 73 King street, and wUl attend with
aro to all cases which may be outrusted to him. Reel
once No. 14 Sooth Bay, second boase East of King
October 28 mwf3
BUILDING MATEFu 1, ETC.
LUMBER! LUMBER ! !
PE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND AND FOR
sale on reasonable terms, tn quantities to suit pnr
hasers, all kinds of Rough and Dressed LUMBER.
JNO. 0. MAL LO .NEE,
m Horlbeck's Wharf, near N. E. B, R.
October 28 6
ft. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAO-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO
sfiT" Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
JOHN & THEO, OETTV,
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
eui mako LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGN
M cNTS OF COTTON to our friends in New York. tc.
WILLIAM H. GILLILAM t SON,
Rial Estate Agents Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STREET.
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
liriLLATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SABE AND
tV SUI I'M E.VI (to Foreign and Domestic Boru) ol
orroN. it i CF; LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. H. C.
. WILLIS.A. R. UHISOLM
LO THE PLANTERS AND FARM?
ERS OF THE SOUTH.
IUTK UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PREPARED BY THE
1st of December, to supply orders for the WANDO
This FertlUzer is made in this city under the personal
iipervision of Dr. St. Julien Ravenel, Chemist; and we
rfer it to the Planters and Farmers as one of the best
iey can use for increasing the yield of the Cotton and
W. C. DUKES & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
October 10 . wfml8
'EAGLE" COTTON GINS,
Mi DE USLY HT
BATES, HYDE & CO.,
NEW YORK-187 Water street.
BOSTON-5 Phonii Building.
NEW OBLEANS-61 St. Charles streeL
August ? 3mo
[AND POWER COTTON PRESS.
"or Convenience, Economy and
Cheapness, the greatest Labor
Saving Machine that can be
put on a Plantation.
OPINIONS OP TUE PEOPLE:
ALLENDALE, BARKWELL DISTRICT, S. C., I
March 1,1807. j
leurs. Lillie ??. Marshall :
GENTLEMEN : I need, during thc past season, one of
Ingersoll's Portable Cotton Presses," purchased of you
wt September. I have always beou prejudiced in favor
f the "Screw Press," and nothing but dire necessity in
uced me to try any other. I take pleasure, however, rn
ddlng my testimony in favor of its entire adaptation to
lie wants ot a cotton plantation. It has surpassed my
jost sanguine expectations. I have packed with but
wo hands, yet I prefer four-two at each lever. My
isles all weighed over 500 lbs. The flrst lot I sent to
aarket averaged 6G2 lbs. My imprensioc ls that 600 lbs.
i about the capacity of the Press, and a greater number
f pounds subject Uie foilow-block to too much risk, un
ess Uie sides or the cotton box was increased. It would
dd greatly to the value ol the Press if the cotton box
,as ten inches longer. In haste, I am, very- respecuaRy,
Your obedient servant, Ac, B. W. LAWTON.
P. S. I took my Press down aud earned it some four
liles to pack the crop or a neighbor, who tailed to have
"Screw" built; ho was so much pleased that he has
eteruilund to abandon th? "Sciew" and purchase "lu.
ersoU's Press." P. VV. L.
OFTICE OF KING'S MOUNTAIN RAILROAO C?MT*WT, I
YOKKVILLE, S. C., April 15, 1867. |
GENTLEMEN : I have Just received your letter ot Feb
uary 11th-u)>on my return to this phire, alter an eb?
onee of two months-and this reply may be too late for
our "Descriptive Circular of Ingersoll's Cotton Press."
The Press I tued in packing my cotton last year
otked admirably, packing, with case from 500 to 525
is. With good active bands to work il, I am satisfied
ist from eighteen lo twenty bales might readily be
?eked in a day.
This Press combines the advantages of lightness, and
jnsequent portability and "implicity (being easily man?
ged by auy one ol uiduiary luteLigence). Ureat com
reseing farce, with little motive power, and "last, but
ut i-MHt," it ls worked entirely by hand, thus saving for
ie farm horses the hard labor imposed upon them by
ie use of the ordinary "Screw."
Respectfully, Ac, yours, E. M. LAW.
To LITTLE A MARSHALL. Charleston, S. C.
For DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULAR and PRICE LIST
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
agents for the Ingersoll Col lou
No. 140 MEETING STREET.
Opposite Pavilion Hotel,
Juna 17 mwf Charleston, s; 0.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
COW PEAS, RYE, &c.
I Cid BCSBELP PRIME COW PEAS. At $1.50 PEE
75 boab.-la South Carolina Seed Rye, at $2 per
CORN, OATS, SHORTSCBRAN. BICE FLOUR, HAT,
;c. For Hale at lowest market prices and dellverud ba any
?art of eily tree of charge
APP'y to R; ARNOLD,
October 28 219 Me,UD* Corner ?' J?hD *jS
Kf\ TUBS PURE LARD. JTjSX RECEIVED PER
J \J steamer, aud for sale by
. " R. A A. P. CALDWELL.
October 28 1
I fl BOXES CLEAR SIDES
L\J 10 hhds. Cleir Side?
10 hhds. C. It. and R. Side
12 hhda. Shoulders
5 boxes Stripe.
Just landed, and for sale by
October 28 R. 4 .:. P. CALDWELL.
SIDES, CLEAR AND RIBBED. AND
STRIPS, NOW LANDING,
A f\ HHDS CLEAR RIBS AND RftfalD STDE3
10 hhds Clear Sides
20 boxes Choice New Stripe
For sale on accommodating terme, by
T. M. CATER,
October 28_2_Brown's Wharf,
"SHIRTINGS AND YARNS.
? f\ BALES BA TES VILLE 7-8 HEAVY SHIRTINGS
t)\J 20 bales Assorted Varna.
For sale on favoi-able terms by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS 4 CO., Factors.
?)?AA BUSHELS CORN IN STORE. FOR SALE
?OKjyJ in lota to amt purchasers, by.
SHACK ELFORD & KELLY,
October 24 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf. _
~M0SS ! MOSS ST
rE HIGHEST MARKE! PRICE WILL BE PAID
for good BLACK MOSS. Prices Ac, made known
)n application to ' E. DAVID,
No. 77 Market Street,
South Side, Nearly Oppoeite Market Hall.
September 23 mi2mo
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
S)f\ PUNCHEONS BARBADOS MOLASSES
?i\J 15 puncheons Choice Syrup.
For sale low, to cloie consignment, by
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
October 9_Nos. 113 and 145 Eaet Bay.
DIRECT IMPORTATION, FOR SALE BY
RISLEY * CREIGHTON.
October 7_Noa. 143 and 1? East Bay.
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST IN THE CITY IS TO BE
found at GEO. W. CLARK k CO.'S
September 18_No. 199 East Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
I AA BBLS. WHISKEYS. OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
1_t/W qualities and prices
500 cases Claret Wines
100 cases Schiedam Schnappe
100 casks Brandy, Obi, Jamaica Rum. St Croix Rum,
New England Bum, Sherry Wtne, Port Wine, Madeira
1000 doren of the above in cases. For sale by
September 17_GEO. W. CLARK k CO.
SALT, SYRUP, &c
1 CAA SACKS SALT FOR SALE, Di LOTS TO
LtjVjVj suit purchasers, at lesa than market rates.
SOT) Blue Grit Grindstones.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 barrels Sugar.
1000 kegs Nails.
600 bega Shot,
1000 boxes Herring.
100 boxes Starch.
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco, kc, kc
For ?ale by GEO. W. CLARK k CO.
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 AA BALES GUNNY CLOTH, EXTRA HEAVY.
1UU 100 Bona Ganny Cloth, Extra Hesvy.
Just received. For sale low and m lota to ault, by
September 16_GEO. W. CLARK tc CO.
1AA COILS MANILLA ROPE,
IUU 200 Coils Hemp Rope.
200 Coils Jato Rope.
Just received and for aale cheap fer cash, by
lepsssaberM_GEO. w. CLARK k CO
BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
1 AAA BOXES ARMY BREAD.
lUVV' For cale by GEO. W. OLA BK k CO.
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
1 A BARRELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
1U BRATED ALE, by , ?
GEO. W. CLARK k CO.
I rjf \ ROLLS-ABOUT SIXTY YABDS EACH.
I I VJ For sale at
MEETING STREET ICE HOUSE,
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOR SALK IN LOTS TO tfUTT PURCHASERS, BY
the M em I ac turor H. C LDC CS,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
Saptember 24 4mo
TO ARRI YE
PER BREMEN BARK GAUSS.
1 A A CASKS BOTTLED LAGER BEEB
IUU 100 hampers Bottles
4600 Demijohns, of different sixes.
AND JUST RECEIVED t
5-4 and 5-8 Hennessey and Otard BRANDY
20-4 and 10-8 Madeira, Port and Sherry Wines
Caaka Scotch Whiskey and Holland Gin
900 Demijohns, of different antes. _
For sale by CLAC1US & WITTE.
October 24_oct24,28, nov2,6
LEA & PERRINS'
HKOIorVXED -a? EXTRACT
BY Hf of a letter from a
H MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
CONNOISSEURS Q .tHadrUtowT
Good Sauce |?5^5^1:
"Tell LEA k PER?
AKD ArruciBi E L^a?fcSI RINS that their SAL"CK
is highly esteemed ba In?
dia, and ia, in my opinion,
_ ,,.,tlie most palatable, as
EVERY VARIETYjsja?Jwell aa the most wholo
HVflVaoino SAUCE that is
OF DISH. ^i^made."
The success of this most delicious and unrivalle 1 con
liment having caused many unprincipled dealers to
ipply the name to Spurious Compounds, the PJBLIO la
..tspeclfuliy and earnettly requested to see that the name
rf LEA k PERKINS are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
1TOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES.
October 19 _fm wi yr
COLGATE & CO.'S
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale by at ll Grocers.
October 21 3mo
THOMAS R. AGNEWT
nCPOBTER AND DEALER IN
Fine Groceries, Choice Teas, Etc.. Etc,
NOS. 360 and 262 GBEENWICKoT,, COB- OF MUR RA t
TO BE THE OSXT
FURNITURE! FURNITURE !
Nos. 96 and 98 East Houston street,
New York City.
ALL THIS FURNITURE, CONSISTING OF PABXOB,
CHAMBER, DINING ROOM AND LIBRARY
SUITS, ia of the latest styles, and manufactured of the
rery beet material, under the personal supervision ot the
Proprietor, and guaranteed.
Parties in the South deebing fine Household Furniture
-.an be supplied direct from the manufactory; or those
ibout visiting New York will fli.a it to their advantage to
examine thia Stock before r ccchasing elsewhere. AU
Goods warranted. wrm 3moa Jab/ 31
FROST, BLACK & GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER i IN
AND MANUFACTURERS Of
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Caual Street,
3IEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
All Gooda purchased of our House guaranteed as re?
I. W. FBOST. JAMES BLACK. OEO. SN TD EX.
October 24 30108
STEAM GAB FITTER AND PLUMBER,
t*T AIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS .FIXiliRiis, GAS
Piraxara AND PLUMBING PBOMPTL. AT,
ii" ll D ED TO No. U8 KING STREET,
' A&atsf Between Broao and tineen firsts,