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WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 30, 1867.
Gold in New York closed last evening at 42.
Cotton closed finn iu New York. The sales
amounted to 1400 bales, at 19$ a 20 cents.
-Mrs. Muhlbach is writing fonr booka about
"Germany in storm and stress."
-Sherman is said to be writing a book about
the war, to be published posthumously.
-Sir Morton Peto has been re-elected vice-Pres?
ident of a Bible Union, which ia probably inex?
pressibly gratifying to h:s creditors.
-Charles Dickens will reach Boston carly in No?
vember, as he is announced to sail from Liverpool
in the Java, on the 26th inst.
-A Maine base ball club is debating whether to
accept a challenge that has been sent from a club
in Hamburg, Germany.
-A late Confederate officer, once employed at
Ci^rlesion, S. C., has taught tho Brazilians'how
tj ase torpedoes in naval warfare.
. -Mrs. Jefferson Davis is at present in Centre
Village, Vermont, visiting her mother, who is
-Frederick Hudson, late managing editor of the
New York Herald, began in that office as a mes?
senger boy, at a salary of two dollars a week.
-The Republicans aro increasing their efforts
to crrry New York. They are flooding the doubt?
ful counties with money, and making every exer?
tion to prevent their defeat at the polls.
-The Tennessee Legislature has enacted a law
miking it a crime for common carriers to make
any distinction on account of race or color among
th air passengers.
-The Georgia State Road is prepared to liqui?
date its entire debt ol' $400,000 to tho Federal Gov?
ernment, and that in a few days it will make thc
remittance to Washington.
-Governor Patton, of Alabama, has arranged
for the punctual payment of the interest on the
State bonds which fall due in New York on tho
first of next month.
-It is said Mr. Seward's mission to Now York
ia to start a mw conservative Republican party in
that State, to hold the balance of power. The
mission had the approval of the President.
-The Congressional Committee has discovered
that General Dyer, Chief of Ordnance, has been
guilty of tho mean trick of appropriating the in?
ventions of a master workman to his own benefit
-Seven thousand five hundred naturalizations
have taken place recently in New York city, under
the auspices of the Democratic Committee, and
five hundred under those of the Republican Com?
-B. C. Yancey, a brother of the great and la?
mented William L. Yancey, is a member of the
Atlanta (Ga.) Radical ring. It is of lit tie moment
what party he joins, did he not bear an honored
-Hon. Jefferson Davis expects to leave Canada
for Richmond abont the 12th or 15th of November,
to be present at his trial. He ia advised by his
counsel to be on hand before the court opens,
but they express a doubt if he is really to be tried
-An intelligent New York merchant estimates
that the shrinking in tho value of American cotton
for the year, between September, 1867 and 1868,
will be equal to $70,000,000 or $80,000,0)0, about
one-half of which may bo made up by breadstuffs
tn the corn and wheat sent to Europe.
-The Mercantile Library of New York, in its
last report, states that it has over 90,00J volumes
and 10,000 members. The local deliver;.- system,
by which books are sent to the reside nee? of mem?
bers, is in operation in connection with this
-A meeting of cotton and woollen goods manu?
facturers was held in Philadelpeia on the 23d inst.,
for the purpose of petitioning Congress for a re?
duction of the tax on all industrial pursuits which
come in direct competition with the cheaper labor
and the capital of Europe.
-It is said Messrs. Johnson, Cushing, and
James the commissioners appointed to codify the
laws of the Unit-id States, have nearly completed
their work, and will make a report to Congress
at the beginning of the session. The paten t and
military laws have been greatly reduced and
-One fact connected with the recent Ohio elec?
tion, worthy of note, is, that seven of the sixteen
Congressional Districts DOW represented by Radi?
cals, have given decided Democratic majorities
which unmistakably proves that seven of the Radi?
cal Representatives from Ohio are misrepresent?
ing their constituents.
-Itis said that Mr. Bancroft, American Am?
bassador at the Court ot Berlin, has bad an inter
new with Count Bismarck, urging the withdrawal
of Prussia's claim for military service on certain
classes of former Prussian subjects now in thia
country. The Prussian Minister has promised to
lay the matter before his sovereign.
-Miss Nelly Marshall, daughter of General
Humphrey Marshall, of Kentucky, the f- orite
author of Kentucky, young, beautiful, and distin?
guished, is to be married shortly to an Englishman
of note-Lord William Moegrove-himself an au?
thor. She will sail immediately for England-ber
future place of residence.
-District Attorney Courtney declares that the
frauda of the Bourbon Company porrm. the
transactions of every whiskey ho<"se in Ne./ York.
Further seizures will be made within sixty days.
No distillery will be remaining in the State of New
York. Commissioner Rollins thinks whiskey
should b? distilled only whera the gr tin is grown.
-The Sorghum crop of 1867 is a failure, com?
pared with the best of former years. The Sorgo
Journal says that from most of the cane-growing
regiooB m the West, the reports upe n the condi?
tion of the crop axe gloomy enough. Excepting a
few ta vox ed localities, heavy rains have prevented
the canes from maturing in season to escape tho
-We learn from the Eutaw (Ala.) Whig that on
the night of the 16th instant, Mr. Simon Altmont,
a merchant of that place, was shot :ind killed by 1
Captain Henry C. Claus, agent of tho Freedmen's !
Bureau at that post. Mr. Altmont li rod about one (
hour after he was shot. Captain Claus made bis j
.scape. The friends of Mr. Altmont offer a re- ?
ward of two thousand dollars for the arrest of ?
-The Chicago Times dwells upon the loss of
the German vote by the Republicans in the late -
.lestions and observes that, as slavery uo longer
.lists in this country, the free-thinking Germans
will gradually drift back to the Democratic party,
which they Wt because they hated slavery. This,
the Times contends, they will do because the De?
mocracy are with the Germans in opposition to
Sunday laws and prohibitory liquor laws, and in
advocacy of the largest liberty.
-The Freedmen's Bureau will expire next July
by limitation. It is understood that General
HOWARD will not recommend its continuance be?
yond that time in cage the reconstruction of the
South should be accomplished. In that event he
will recommend a comprehensive system of educa?
tion for the colored youths South, by the estab?
lishment- of au extensive normal school at Wash?
ington city, for the education of colored teacher
and the organization of normal schools for the
same object in the Southern States.
-A co-operative store has just been opened in
St. Louis, which is the first attempt of the kind in
that city. The amount of capital stock is placed
at fifty thousand dollars, which is divided into
abares at twenty-five dollars each, and each share?
holder is entitled to but one vote. Any working?
man can become a member by paying one dollar
admission fee and ten per cent, on every sharo
taken. Goods are sold only for cash, bnt members
who are not indebted to tho association may have
goods charged to the amount of one-half th?
shares taken and paid by them. Tho prospects
for the success of the enterprise aro pronounced
The New York Sunday Mercury turns a little
light upon tho operations in contraband cotton,
which made so many unscrupulous men rich
during the war, at the expense of the Government.
Permit? were obtained from President Lincoln to
oarry on th? trade in cotton through the lines, 1
which papers were sometimes respected and some?
times not. At any rate, the speculators worked I
them well, and succeeded in getting their cotton, j
sometimes giving in exchange supplies of war ma?
terial for the Confederate annies. They also stole ^
it whenever they could lay hands upon it, as ap?
peared after the surrender of Dick Taylor, when e
1.86,000 bales were lost to the Goremm,ent. But ?
for these harpies, our public debt would have beeD
much lesa than it DOW is. The Mercury publishes
documents implicating Thurlow Weed in the busi?
ness, and states that tho Ttadical Central Commit?
tee know much more, which they promised tu toll
?n cape Wood did not como out for them. This, it
savs was tho la*U that coerced him iuto support
of that party utter his recent faltering.
- -Au arrival from thc Island of Hayti brings thc
intelligence that thc rcbelliou afjaiust the authori?
ty of General Saluavo has ondod. Tho Haytien
army assaulted thc stronghold of tho rebels near
the frontior of St. Dociingo on tho 10th, and the
nest day carried thc placo with the bayouct. Tho
revolutionists fled iuto St. Domingo. Tho Haytien
Government had sin ^e issued a proclamation sus?
pending the state ox siege.
- Tne French army uniform, it is announced, is
to be changed. The troops are tn return to their
old-fashioned dress, tho Zouave trowsers are to bc
given up, and the old trowsers coming down to
thc instep resumed. The tight, short jacket is to
Rive way to tho old long tunic for garrison work,
while the cloak is to be replaced by tho old over?
coat, which can bo worn alone or else over the
tunic. Instead of the present bonuot, without a
peak, the old cap with a peak is again to be intro?
duced, and the shako is to bo in future of cloth,
and not of patont leather, as hitherto. It seems
that practice has proved that what was very suit?
able to Zouaves was not adapted to the majority of
tho French soldiers.
The Recommendations of the Itctrencb
The Retrenchment Committee, as sagacious
business men, have struck thc key note of finan?
cial reform in Charleston, in asserting the
broad principle that expenditures must be cut
down to the level of receipts, and that, where
outlay exceeds income the outlay must bo
diminished if the income cannot be increased.
I'nless this principle is adhered ?o, it is useless
to attempt to place the city finances upon a
sound basis. Inconvertible paper currency
cannot be made, by edict or ordinance, equal
to coin ; but, when the public know that income
is meeting expenses, and that each year will
show a clear balance sheet, there should be no
difficulty in keeping such small currency of the
city as may be required, at or about par.
In its details, the report of the Committee
may meet with criticism; but the gontlemen
who prepared it, in their earnest desire to ad
vanco the interests of the city, will not depre?
cate or condemn rational discussion.
Thc recommendations of the Committee may
be classed under three general heads : 1. Abo?
lition of existing offices. 'J. Provisions to
secure due supervision ond control of certain
expenditures. 3. Reduction of salaries, in?
cluding reduction in tho strength of the police
1. The offices proposed to be abolished
altogether arc : Clerk in Assessor's office, As?
sistant Harbor Master, and Assistant Inspector
of Streets. There is no apparent reason why
the abolition of these offices should interfere
with the efficient working of the departments
to which they were attached. It may, anti will,
throw additional work upon the officers who
remain, but this is a necessity that will be
cheerfully accepted. That it should be essen?
tial to the interests of the city to discharge gen?
tlemen who have been faithful and industrious
in the performance of their duties, is a subject
of deep regret ; but, as Charleston now stands,
no other plan can well bc adopted. The city,
however, will not forget her faithful servants;
and, in brighter days, they will have a claim
that must not be forgotten.
2. To secure proper supervision of expendi?
tures, it is proposed, generally, that no work
shall be done on the streets without the author?
ity of the Committee on Streets, and that no
bills shall be paid by the City Treasurer with?
out the approval of that Committee and of the
Mayor; also, that no bills be paid by the City
Treasurer, except for salaries and contract
work, without the approval of Council. These
are excellent provisions. They should be
effectual in preventing waste and extravagance,
which is all that need be said in their favor.
3. The reduction in salaries is large, but
there does not appear to have been any dis?
crimination. Total income bas been the gauge,
and it shows unerringly what can be done.
Economy has always been necessary ; and,
when our financial reforms are completed, it is
hoped and expected that there will be seen no
more of those violent fluctuations in city bills,
which, heretofore, have caused so much dissat?
isfaction. Salaries will be reduced : but it is
believed that the city officers will find their
first loss lowered in importance, by the fact
that they will not have to submit to a discount
of twenty or thirty per cent, on the notes in
which they are paid.
The subject of the Police force is one that
we approach with considerable hesitation. Our
Police is composed of highly intelligent and re?
spectable men, who can be implicitly relied
on to do their whole duty, and who enjoy the
entire confidence of this community. Their
number is now one hundred and fifty, and it is
proposed to reduce this to one hundred, while
the pay of a private is brought down to $50 per
month. The reduction is a considerable one,
and could be justified by no cause other than
the supreme necessities of the case. If was
open to the Committee, of course, to recom?
mend a reduction, in numbers, to eighty, and
to allow thc pay to stand at its present rate.
This, however, would throw twenty additional
policemen out of employment, and it would
bring the police force below an effective point.
Tho plan of the Committee is thc best that sug?
gests itself, but it may be practicable lo find
some modification that will lighten its severity.
For the Charleston College, also, there
should be a word of appeal. It is not likely
(hat it can, at present, be made self-sustaining^
and to forbid aid by the city will be to imperil
thc very existence of the College and, at the
very least, to destroy its usefulness. Even
now the Professors find it difficult to be paid,
ind, if every door of re'lef is closed, the
Charleston College will soon be a thing of the
past. Earuestly is it hoped that this may be
ivoided, either by the action of the city, thc
State, or private individuals.
The Committee speak in terms of high
praise of the management of tbe Board of
Health, High School and Orphan House; and,
it is firmly believed that these systems are,
upon thc whole, as practical and judicious as
any that could have been made. Charleston
must keep thc blot from her shield. This
city mu?t not be placed in the position of a
bankrupt debtor ; and, if reduction and re?
trenchment do, unhappily, cause indivinual
trouble, they will still enable the City Govern?
ment, under its present administration, to
maintain its ground, and meet in good faith
all demands upon it. This is the great end
to which we must all labor; this, alone, is
the end that Messrs. MARSHALL, RAVENEL,
OLNEY, ENSTOX, and BITLER, have striven ?o'
A Nest of Troubles.
Thc republics, and confederations, of South
America are in an anarchial conditiou. They
have known every variety of war, from per?
sonal pronunriamenti to colossal armies of seve?
ral hundred men : and they cannot persuade
themselves to bear and forbear, for the sake
of peace and quiet.
In Paraguay the alien war is still in full
blast. Another revolution has broken out in
Peru, and in Chile movements are projected
for knitting an alliance with Spain, tin the
West coast, the Spanish Admiral is making
ready for another expedition, and will oppose
two iron clads, seven frigates, and two small
craft, to the one monitor, one iron clad, three
L-orveltes, and six gunboats of Chile and Peru.
Ihe latter fleet, however, carries heavier guns
:han the former, and may give the Spaniards
nore rough work.
Valparaiso is fortified with batteries of
?lakely, Rodman, and Armstrong guns, and
lome ol the heaviest guns, are still unmounted.
?pain is fomenting dissension, with the hope
of breaking up thc Government, ?ad causing
thc withdrawal of Pcm from the Chilean
Brazil has as much war as she can well man?
age, and may have a brush with thc Argentine
Confederation before the contest is ended.
Tlicie continued wars, revolutions, and out?
breaks nre fatal to advancement ami healthy
progress; and it is difficult, here, to suggest a
remedy for the evils of which complaint is
made. Neither republican principles nor mo
narchial practices should boar all the blame ;
and Brazil would be no better off under a
President than Chile would be under an Em?
peror. The ilest?ny of South America is not
yet wrought out. Influences of climate, pecu?
liarities of race, will have their steady effect ;
but, wherever a land is found that is luxuriant
in soil and rich in mineral ores, there, also,
will, in time, be born a race capable of work?
ing out the hidden treasure, and of adding to
the solid strength of general civilization.
In the meanwhile, if some person could, and
would, compel the South Americans to refrain
from cracking crowns and emptying purses,
it would be an act of bcnevolense as well as a
The Immigrants Coming,
Our people generally, and especially our
German citizens, will read with interest the fol?
lowing letter received by General WAGENER,
from Captain MELCHERS, thc Agent of South
Carolina for promoting immigration from Ger?
many. It will be seen 'hat, in spite of all diffi?
culties and discouragements, thc good work of
immigration is steadily advancing:
OLDENBORO, October 3,1807.
General John A. Wagener, Commissioner of Im?
DEAR SIR :-Since my last report I havo been
nearly always on the wing. I have travelled prin?
cipally through tho upper part of Germany, Sax?
ony, Bavaria, VYurtemburg, etc. I have distribu?
ted your pamphlets through a great many citie?,
towns and villages, and the people begin to Bee
tho importance of South Carolina as a home for
them. I am in h mes that by next sprine, when
tho stream of emigrants begin to flow, some will
i aek South Carolina as their home. I have also
sent a thousand copies of the pamphlet to Leipzig,
to be sent to every bookstore in the country,
where they will be advertised. I sent to five hun?
dred newspapers, out of tho three thousand which
are published in Germany proper, copies, but
from the returns I have seen so far, tte presa
seoras to be hostile to our scheme. I send by to?
day's mail sonic specimens. You will notice tho
articles in the two Auswanderer Zeitung's. I called
upon the editor of the Auswanderer Zeitung in
^Rudolstadt, in company with Mr. Vogler, whom I
f met in Erfurt, and asked for an explanation. He
told me, he had not written the article himself,
but one of his friends. Ho is willing to publish
any answer to that article you may choose to send.
In a conversation I had with him he asked, among
other things, whether Charleston was not situated
somewhere in the interior of North Carolina I
Such people undertake to publish articles against
a State of which they know positively nothing;
still some people will "believe them. During my
travels I found a great many intelligent gentle?
men to whom I explained the state of things in
South Carolina, ana these promised a hearty co?
operation. Especially I found among those, who
have friends in South Carohna, a groat desire to
assist in getting emigrants to South Carolina. My
agent in Bremerhaven has already distributed
several hundre 1 pamphlets on board of vessels
going with emigrants to tho different parts of tho
niteci States. This may induce some to seek
South Carohna as their home. The bark Gauss.
Captain Wieting, will sail with about one hundred
and fifty emigrants to Charleston on the 6th of
of October. 1 was on board yesterday, everyth! 'ig
is ready and tho paseengors will come down to?
morrow from their respective homes. I will not be
able to send you a list by this day's mail, as it will
be kept open to tho last moment. By next mail
I will send a complete hst of the passengers. As
souu as Captain Wieting lias sailed, I will again
take a trip through the country and see what can
be done, and if possible send another vessel this
Winter direct to Charleston. If we had steam
communication between Bremen and Charleston
more might be induced to come direct, as they
all prefer to go by steamer, especially the wealth?
ier class, who are able to buy their own farms. I
think you may expect some this Winter, who
come by way of New York.
Agent of South Carohna.
IT IS proposed to hold a convention of the
Sea Island planters on the first of December,
in this city, to consider the necessities of the
sea coast of South Carolina, and to provide
for the prosecution of planting during the com?
ing year. Thc suggestion is an excellent one.
It is hoped that a delegate will be appointed
by each community as advised; and there is
little doubt that free discussion, and concert of
action, will enable tho planters to overcome
many of the difficulties which now beset them,
and which have added to the already ruinous
effects of an unpropitious season.
ADVANTAGES OK AIKEN.-We have received
a copy of a pamphlet bearing a New York im?
print, giving a very elaborate statement of the
climatic, sanitary and other advantages of
Aiken and its vicinity as a place of residence.
The aim of the brochure is to direct the atten?
tion of immigrants to the salubrious region of
which Aiken is the centre.
ROBERT M URE & CO.,
BOYCE & COAS WHARF,
IBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
/ of COTTON, RICE OK NAVAL STORES, to Liver?
pool, London and Glasgow, and to Northern ports.
October 39 Imo
lt. M. MARSHALL Al BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
IEAL ESTATE. STOCKS, 4c, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
?-Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, kc, every
Wednesday. October 19
JOHN & THEO. GETTY,
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
Will make LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGN
M NTS OP COTTON to our friends in New York, kc
October 0 Imo
WILLIAM ?L GILHAM 4 SOS,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 83 HAYN K STREET.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSIOX MER CHANTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHUMENT (to Foreigu and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON. RICE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. H. CHlsOLM
Nos. 9(> and 98 East Houston street,
New Yoik City.
ALL THIS FURNITURE, CONSISTING OF PARLOR,
CHAMBER. DINING ROOM AND LIBRARY
SUITS, in ot' thu latest styles, and manufactured ol' the
very best material, under the personal supervision of the
Proprietor, and puuranteod.
Parties in the south desiring fine Housohoid Furniture
eau be supplied direct from tho manufactory; or those
about visiung New York will lind it to their advantage to
eiannue Uar. Stock before purchasing elsewhere, All
coeds warranted. wtm Hrnos July 31
nm, BLACK & co.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS O*'
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our House guaranteed as re?
H. W. FROST. JAMES BLACK. OKo bN YbF il
October 21 ' Jmos
TirAMTED. A WHITE WOMAN WHO CAIJ
TT do plain cooking and housework. Also, a NURSE.
Apply at VIDAL'S DRUG STORE, Coming street, oppo
rite Rull street. _l* October 30
WV VI ! 1) TO RENT, IN A PRIVATE
Family two or three ROOMS, or a Small House
with some furniture, by a vouug married couple without
children. Address "SMALL HOUSE," News Office.
October 30_ 1*
WANTED, A SITUATION^?* A RESPECT?
ABLE WHITE FEMALE to cook and wash for a
small family. Apply at No. 8 BURN'S LANE for throe
days._1? October 30
PARTNER WANTED.-A YOUNG MAN,
with a small capital, say $100 to $200, will find a
good Investment by addressing "INDUSTRY," at this
Office. One acquainted with the grocery business pre?
ferred. 2 October 29
II/-ANTED, A GERMAN LAD, AS AFPREN
VV TICE in the Office of "Die Charleston Zictung."
Apply at No. 3 BROAD STREET, between 8 and 10 A.
M._ Pete ber 14
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE GRAY JACKETS,
And how they Lived, Fought, and Died for Dixie,
Incidents and Sketches of Life in the Confederacy.
Send for Circulars. Address
JONES BROTHERS St CO..
Broad street, Atlanta, tia.
October 21 Imo*
TO RENT, PART OF A HOUSE IN MEET?
ING STREET, near the Battery, with kitchen, ser?
vants' acccommodation, kc. Apply, between the hours
of ten and two. at No. 6 MEETING STREET.
October 30 _wfm3*
TO RENT-THE PLANTATION ON EDISTO
ISLAND, known as the Headquarters, or Seabrook
Place, containing 300 acres ot best quality Cotton and
Provision Land and 66 acres hi woods. On the place are
a Dwelling House (with 16 rooms), Barns, Stables. Out?
buildings and Quirters for 20 families, all in first rato
order ; also, an abundant supply of good water. Steam?
ers to and from Charleston land at the place four (4) timos
a week, making it a very eligible location for a store.
For terms apply to J. EVANS EDINGS, Edlsto, or
CLIFFORD St MATHEWS.
October 16 wf Charleston.
TO RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
No. 60 Cannon street, containing four square rooms,
dressing room and pantry, with double piazza; gas fix?
tures throughout; stable, hay lott, carriage house and
sm'okc house, all complete. Also, one two-story House
m tho yard, containing four squaro rooms. Possession
given on tho 1st November. Apply on THE PREMISES.
October 19 rmw
TO RENT, TWO LARGE ROOMS IN A
private family, with pantry, piazza attached ; also,
use of kitchen room. To a suitable person terms mode?
rate. Address "B." at this Office. 3 October 29
TO RENT, FOUR OR FIVE ROOMS, WITH
or without Board, in a private imily, in the lower
part of tho city and on line of City Railway. Suited for
a family or singlo gentlemen. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
TO RENT, A PLEASANTLY SITUATED
HOUSE, in the central part of thc city, containing
six upright rooms, gos fixtures throughout the house, a
fine cistern. To on approved tenant terms reasonable.
For particulars, inquire at No. 277 KING STREET.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
QUANTITY, price 75 cents per hundred. Apply at
the Office of the DAILY NEWS. Imo October 28
QT HAYED OR STOLEN FROM NO. 38
O Chalmers street, two COWS, one a dark brown and
the other a red cow. with but one horn. A liberal re?
ward will bs paid for their recovery.
October 30 1
LOST,ON SATURDAY MORNING, IN KING
STREET, near Hasel, a ROLL OF BILLS amount?
ing to forty-five dollars. The finder will receive five dol?
lars reward and thc titania of the owner, by leaving the
money for D. J. at the DAILY NEWS OFFICE.
October 28 G
LOSTOR STOLEN, FOUR SILVER DES?
SERT KNIVES, marked on the handle E. F. A
li beril reward will be paid upon their delivery at No. 16
ASHLEY STREET, and no questions asked.
October 28 5
EEMONED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. 48 BROAD STREET, until further no?
nce. GEO. RIVERS WALKES,
October 30 _H. M. Acting ContuL
GFOLLIN. TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANT,
. has removed to No. 161 East Bay. He has now
on hand and will be constantly receiving direct from
the manufactories a supply of MANUFACTURED and
SMOKING TOBACCO, comprising every grade, which
he offers for sale in or out of bond, at as low ngures aa
the same can bc purchased in any other market
October 30 2
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
private family, at No. 46 EAST BAY, near the
Battery. Terms $8 per week. wftn October 9
BOARDING.-A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with BOABD in a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 GEORGE STREET. Terms mode?
rate. October 24
UK ST CLASS BOARD WITH COMFORT A
JP BLY furnished rooms, can be had at No. 1 SO?
CIETY STREET. _Imo October 9
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at No.
434 KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
the Citadel. The 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 COTTON, RICE. 8ALT, FERTILIZERS. Ac. Ac. In?
surance, when desired, as low as any in the city. Apply
to GEO. W. CLARK St CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland Btreets.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASS1MERES AND VEST?
INGS, which they arc prepared to make up, OR WILL
SELL BY THE YARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
SUCH AB :
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, SHAKSPBARE COL?
Merino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Duke of Edinburgh Cravat lies
Suspenders, Kid Gloves
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Cotton Half Hose
English Silk Umbrellas, etc.
ALL OF WHICH ID EY WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS L\ FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WEL8H, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of direct importation bom 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 Ladies' Balmo?
Nos. 32 AND 34 BROAD STREET.
OHS, PAINTS, ETC.
OIK LITHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMA>D FOR THIS BELTING DU?
RING, Colonel L. M. HATCH'S Agency, is sufficient gua?
rantee for its qualities.
For sale at New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 120 MEETING STREET,
October 21 Imo Charleston, 8. C.
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC PAINTS.
IO OOO LEAD PREMIUM PURE WHITE
10.0 JO lbs. pure Philadelphia White Lead
8,000 lbs. New York White Lead
5,000 lbs. pure French White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Washington Medal White Zinc
8,000 lbB. Franklin Snow White Zinc.
All ot the above for sale low by
HOLMES Si CALDER,
October 24 Imo No. 126 Meeting street
OIL! OIL! OIL!
Rfifi GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM Oil.
0\J\J 5(10 gallons Winter Bleached Whale Oil
800 gallons No. 1 Lard Oil
600 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
COO gallons White Oak Oil
300 gallons pure Neatstoot Oil
700 gallons English Linseed Oil
400 gallons Boiled Linseed Otl.
For sale low at HOLMES k CALDER,
October 24 lino No. 126 Meeting street
J. M. BRADSTREET & SON,
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. li. FONDA. Superintendent.
THE OPENING OF "OHA8E HALL " WILL BE
celebrated ThU Evening October 30, at iyt o'clock.
The Hon. ii. Pillsbury will ?ive the first lecture. Sub?
ject. "Man as a Slave and a Citizen." The public are
invited to attend. Tho Hall is situated corner King and
and Mark?t strotta. Entrance on Market street.
October 30 1?
FOR TIIK BUILDING OF AN EPISCOPAL
CHURCH AT FLORENCE. S. C.
THE LADIES WHO ABE INTERESTED IN THIS
CHURCH have determined to hold a F .UR, on the
12th, 13th, Uth and 15th of November at the MASONIC
Arrangements are bel?g made to have a CONCERT or
CHARADE the last two nights.
Dcors open at 10 o'clocx each day, aud 7 o'clock each
evening. Admittance 25 cents.
Any donation or contribution will be thankfully re?
ceived. 17 October 28
AI KS. JOHN A BLUM
"fTTTLL RESUME THE EXERCISES OF HER SCHOOL
TT on TUESDAY, October 1st, at her Residence, Mary
street, opposite Elizabeth.
MUSIC AND FRENCH taught when desired.
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC._
LUMBER! LUMBER !!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND AND FOB
sale on reasonable terms, in quantities to suit pur?
chasers, all kinds of Rough and Dressed LUMBER.
JNO. C. M ALLON EE,
Horlbeck's Wharf, near N. E. H. R.
October 28 6
DR. H. P. GIBBES
HAS HIS OFFICE AT DR. T. E. HERTZ'S DRUG
STORE, No. 73 King street, and will attend with
care to all cases which may be entrusted to him. Resi?
dence No. ll South Bay, second bouse East of King
DR. T. REENSTJERNA,
Physician and Surgeon,
HAS HIS OFFICE AND RESIDENCE AT NO. 74
HASEL STREET, two dooro East of the Postofflce.
N. B.- Diseases ot a privaba nature cured with dis?
patch. sw8* October 12
BOOMS AT HTS RESIDENCE NORTHWEST COR?
NER of Meeting and Society Streets.
June 19 ws6mo
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN)
B E N I F I T
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
99 Prize, of....$1,000
63 Prizes of..400
159 Prizes of..?00
.i'iO Prizes of..195
1 Prize of..$50,000
1 Prize of..90,000
1 Prize of..8,000
1 Prize of..7,000
9 Prizes of..5,000
315 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
788 PRIZES-$930,650 IN PRIZES TO BE
To be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
OCTOBER 31st, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, ?12 ; HALVES, SC ; QUARTERS. S3;
Thu chances are far more favotable to draw prizes in
thia than in any other Lottery In the world. Purchasers
of Lottery Tickets should always examine the trbemes,
Pilzes paid in full without discount
Official drawings sent each purchaser.
Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing money with tull address.
SS- All o' dura for tickets, schemes, and lnfoimation to
be addresied to H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Key Box 52, Charleston. S. C.
Office No. BO Hasel street.
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TICKETS OM ONE DOLLAR!
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, ?A.,
WEDNESDAY, NOV'R 6th, 1867.
All the Prizes will he drawn !
A PACKAGE OF TEN TICKETS FOR TEN
POLLARS LIABLE TO DR A W $30,000 !
THE GRAND SCHEME,
To be drawn at Atlanta, da., Nov.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
1 Prize of.... .$60,000
1 Prize of.. 95,000
1 Prize of. 10,000
3 Prizes of... . 5,000
9 Prizes of...$9,500
18 Prizes of.... 500
55 Prizes of.. 950
150 Prizes of... 900
54 APPROXIMATION PRIZES AMOUNTING TO
30,0110 NUMBERS.518 PRIZES.
TICKETS $12. HALVES td. QUARTERS $3.
The above Brilliant Scheme is worthy the atteutlou ot
the public. Its management is under the control of gen?
tlemen of the highest standing iu our midst, and in the
Masonic fraternity. The charter of this Lottery is from
the btate of Georgia, and honds giveu tor the payment of
All Prizes paid without discount.
Official Drawings sent each purchaser.
All Prize? Cashed at this Office.
?5" Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to
orders by simply enclosing money with full address.
93F AU orders for Tickets, Schemes, and information
tr he addressed to
?TAMES KERR, Manager's Agent,
Lock Box No. 584, Charleston. S. C.
Office: NK 20 BROAD STREET. October 1*
The Greenville Mountaineer
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 5U PER
year, in a ivance. Advertisements inserted at naur.I
rate*. G. E. ELFORD,
ii ay lu Editor and Proprietor]
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
HENRY CORIA & CO.,
No. 26 Ventluo Range,
OFFER FOR SALE
fl fT HHDS CHOICE C. R. SIDES
20 hhds. choice Shoulders
40 tierces prime Hams
100 tubs Lard
60 barrels Mess Pork
100 barrels Sugar, various grades
25 tierces choice Molasses
20 barrel? "Hooey" Syrup
Coffee, Candles, Starch, kc, tic
300 coils J HEMP S0PE
100 half coils I
60 bales Heavy Gunny Cloth.
October 30 _ wfm3
BACON SIDES, SHOULDERS,
rr rv HHDS. PRIME C. R. SIDES
O U 10 hhds. Prime Ribbed Sides
40 hhds. Strictly Choice Western Shoulders
40 boxes very Choice Bellies
25 bbds. low priced C. R. Sides
20 hhds. low priced Shoulders
40 ibis. Meas Pork
20 tierces Hams
In store, and for sale at reduced prices by
JEFFORDS k CO.,
October 30 _2 No. 30 Vendue Range.
C?FFEETS??AR, TOBACCO, &C.
ff A RAGS PRIME RIO COFFEE
OU 26 bbla. Extra C. k A. Sugar
60 boxes low priced Tobacco
100 sacks Liverpool Salt
600 boxes Herrings (new)
25 kits No. 1 and 2 Mackerel
26 bbla. and bau* bbls. Noe. 1 and 2 Mackerel (new)
26 boxes E. D. Cheese.
Lan di mr. in store, and for salo at reduced priceB, by
0 JEFFORDS k CO.,
October 30 2_No. 30 Vendue Range.
FIRE BRICK, OVEN TILE.
I UTAAA FIREBRICK
?UUU 600 Oven Tile.
Landing from sohooner M. B. Bramhall.
For sale by OLNEiT k CO.
October 30 _1
1 O HHDS. PRIME SLOES AND SHOULDERS. FOR
JLO ?ale by T. S. KERR k CO.
October 29 _3_
SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
1 A A HHDS SHOULDERS
LUU Rib, Clear Rib and Clear 8ides.
Landing and in store and for sale by
LADRE? k ALEXANDER.
October 29 2_No. 137 East Bay.
S???RTANUS AND TARNS.
F f\ BALES BATE8VILLE 7-8 HEAVY SHIRTINGS
0\J 20 bales Assorted Yarna.
For sale on favorable terms by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO., Factors.
October 20 3
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
tf) A PUNCHEONS BARBADOS MOLASSES
??\j 15 puncheons Choice Syrup.
For sale low, to close consignment, by
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
October 9 _Noe. 143 and 146 East Bay.
DIRECT IMPORTATION, FOR SALE BY
RISLEY 4 CREIGHTON.
October 7 Nos. 143 and 146 East Bay.
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
ICO. IO BROAD STKEET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOB SALE ON NEW YORK, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-li ILLS DRAWN ON
ALL UV. PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE.
GOLD, SILVER. SECURITIES, BANK NOTES Ac,
BOUGHT AND 80LD.
COLLECTION'S MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
No. 8 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C., OCTOBER ?S, 1467.
QUOTATIONS FOR SOUTHERN BANK BILLS.
Bank of Camden.36
Bank of Charleston.2?
Bank of Cheater.ll
Bank of Georgetown.17
Bank of Hamburg.16
Bank of Newberry.40
Bank of South Carolina.10
Bank of State of South Carolina, prior to 1881.. .13? 14
Bank of State of South Carolina, alter 1st Jan'ry,
Commer?ai Bank of Columbia. 4
Exchange Bank, Columbia.ll
Farmers' and Exchange Bank. 1
Merchante' Bank, Cheraw.ll
People's Bank, Charleston.60
Planters' Bank of Fairfield.8
Planters' and Mechanics* Bank, Charleston.19
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.97930
State Bank, Charleston.4
Union Bank, Charleston.76
City of Charleston Change Billa..86
These Quotations are liable to fluctuations.
Bank Notes sent to me will be remitted for as directed,
at the best market rates.
Stocks and Bonds of all descriptions bought and sold.
Quotation Sheet for Bonds, Stocka and Coupons, issued
every Friday Morning in this paper.
BONDS. STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
THE ABOVE BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET
rates, by ANDRREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No, 8 Broad street
September 20 fmw2mo
FURTHER EXTENSION OF SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER SATURDAY THE 2D PROXIMO,
the Une of this Road will be completed, and extended
to Coosawhatehie. Passengers and freight will be rec el v
.'(1 at the different stations on the Road, and delivered at
Coosawhatehie, where there is a permanent and substan?
tial bridge over (he river, and a good wagon road lead?
ing to Gillisonville, Grahamville, Forretmlle and the
The trains will arrive at Coosawhatehie on Tuesday,
Thursday an 1 Saturday of each week at 12 o'clock
Meridian, and leave for Charleston at 1 o'clock P. M.
Fare to Charleston $6 00.
JNO. S. RYAN,
October 28 mwf3 General Superintendent.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL StJPEUTNTLNDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTOM. . C., October 3,1867. t
ON AND AFTER OCTOBL u i HE 6TH. 1867, THE
PASSENGER TRAINS on the . cuth Carolina Rail?
road will run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston tor Columbia.4.30 A M
Arrive at Ringville.ll.IS A M
Leave Ringville.1L40 A M
Arrive at Columbia. L10PM
Leave Columbia.10.00 A M
Arrive at Ringville.11.35 A M
Leave Kmgville.12.06 P M
Arrive at Charleston.7.06 PM
Leave Charleston for Augusta.10.40 A M
Arrive at Augusta.7.40 P M
Leave Augusta.3.40 A M
Arrive at Charleston.12.20 P M
The Passenger Train on the Camden Branch will con?
nect with Up and Down Columbia Trains, ana W'Jming
ton and Manchester Railroad Trun H OL "ondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
NIGHT EXPRESS, FREIGHT ANL? PASSENGER AC?
COMMODATION ThATN will nm as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia. 6.40 P M
Arrive at Columbia. 6.00 AM
Leave Columbia.3.00 P M
Arrivo at Charleston. 3.20 A M
Leave Charleston for Augusta. 7.30 P M
Arrive at Augusta.,. 6.50 A M
Leave Augusta.4.10 P M
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A M
H. T. PEAKE,
October 4 fmwlmo General Superintendent
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC,
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINK
GOLD MD SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
All warranted to run and thoroughly rega
uland, at the low price of 81o each I
SATISFACTION O UARA NTEED.
100 Solid Gold Hunbug Watches.$250 to $1000
100 Magic Cased Oold Watches. 200 to 600
100 La .ies' Wutchca, Enamelled. 100 to 300
200 Oold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 260 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Levers. 200 to 250
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. 160 to 200
500 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 250
600 Silver Hunting Levers. 60 to 160
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 250
500 Ladies' Gold Watches. 60 to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Lepines. 50 to 76
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all kinda. 60 to 100
2500 Silver Hunting Watches. 25 to 60
50 X) Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 75
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular one
price plan, giving every patron a tine Gold or ?solid Sil?
ver Watch tor ilu. without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnifi?
cent Stock. Certificates, naming the articles, are placed
bi sealed envelopes, and well mixed. Holders aro enta?
iled to the article named on their certificate, upon pay?
ment of Ten Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth $1000
or one worth less. Hie return of any of our certificates
entitles you Jo the article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective o? its worth; and aa no article valued lesa
than $10 is named on any certificate, it will at once
be seen that this ia no Lottery, but n straightforward
legitimate transacticn, which may be participated in
even by the moat fastidious I
A single Certificate will be sent by mall, postpaid, upon
receipt of 26 cents, five for $1, eleven for $2, thirty-three
and elegant premium for $6, sixty-six and more valuable
premium for $10, one hundred aud most superb Watoh
tor $15. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this
is a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorised by the Government and open
to the most careful scrutiny. Try ns. Address
WRIGHT. BRO. A CO.,
Importers, No. 161 Brcidway, N. Y.
October 22 lao
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
DOUBLE EXTBA SOUTHERN
F I.Ol n, BUCKWHEAT, ?fcc.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS.
?TC) HALF BARREL BAO8 DOUBLE EXTBA FAHL
OA LY FLOUR
28 -i li*""018- Wi Double Extra Family Flour, for
1U barrels Now Hulled Buckwheat
25 boxesi and bags New Hulled Buckwheat
2 barrelli Graham Elnar
10 barrels Hecker'a Self-Ralslng Hour
6 ^acief eCke^'*, Se"riiaUinR Buckwheat, in 0 ft
A supply of Pioneer, Proston k Merrill's and Durkee's
" Eor aale by OBUBER & MA?TIN.
Octob?r 30 _wli_No. 23? Elngrtrset,
DBI ED FIGS. RAISINS, &c,
RECEI VED PER STEAMER MONERA Ste.
1CASE NEW ELEME DRIED FIGS
10 boxea, and 25 K boxea Layer Raisins, new
2 barrel Peeled Dried Apples
1 barrel Peeled Dried Peaches
2 b?rrela Cranberries
- barrels Peach Blow Potatoes
.-?liver Skin Onions, Jersey Beets, White Bsans
and Split Peas
New Currante, Citron, Pecan Nuts, Filberts and
For ?ale by a RUBER A MARTIN,
No 236 King street, 3d door above Market street
October 30 2wf
HAY ! HAY !
2rf\ BALES NORTH BITER HAY. LAND
tyyj INO from steamer Saragossa. For sale by
OcU ber 30_1_RAVENEL A CO.
1AA SACKS RIO COFFEE. FOR SALE BY
1UU RAVEN EL A CO.
October 30 _1_
C0BN! OATS ! BRAN!
1 X. f\ f\ BUSHELS PRIM B WHITE CORN
XtJK/\J 1300 bushels Maryland Oats, per steamer
2000 bushels Bran, in sacks.
For salo by B. M. BUTLER,
October 30 2_North Atlantic Wharf.
C0BN, SHINGLES, BBICKS, &c,
1 f AA I.U8HEL1 CORN
JLD\J\J ? - TOO Cypreaa Shingles
? v, Carolina Bricks
Bagging and pe.
For sale by
9HACKELFORD A KELLY,
October 30 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf. 1
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST IN THE CITY IS TO BE
found at GEO. W. CLARK A CO.'S
September 18 No. 199 East Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
I f\(\ BBLS. WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
L\J\J quailtiee and prices
600 cases Claret Wines
100 cases Schiedam Schnapps
100 casks Brandy, Gin, Jamaica Rum. St Croix Rum,
New England Rum, Sherry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira
Wine, Ac, Ac.
1000 dozen of the above hi caaes. For sale by
September 17_GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
SALT, SYBUP, &c.
1 fCAA SACKS SALT FOR SALE, EN LOTS TO
?.tJ\J\J suit purchasers, at less than market ratee.
600 Blue Grit Grindstones.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 barrels Sugar.
1000 kegs Nails.
600 bags Shot,
1000 boxea Herring.
100 boxes Starch.
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco, Ac, Ac.
For aale by GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 (\f\ BALES GUNNY CLOTH. EXTBA HEAVY.
LUI/ 100 Rolls Gunny Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Just received. For sale low and hi lota to snit, by
September 16_GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
1AA COILS MANILLA ROPE.
lUU 200 Colls Hemp Rope.
200 Colls Jute Rope.
Just received and tor sale cheap for cash, by
September 16_GEO. W. CLARK tc CO
BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
1 A Af i BOXES ABMY BREAD.
1UUU For sale by. GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
Septemb: r 16
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
1 A BARRELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
_LU BRA TED ALE, by
GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
I nr\ ROLLS-ABOUT SIXTY YARDS EACH.
1| U For sale at_
MEETING STREET ICE HOUSE,
COW PEAS, RYE, ?ftc.
I AA BUSHELS PRIME COW PEAS, At $1.6) PAR
75 bushels South Carolina Seed Rye, at $2 per
CORN, OATS, SHORTS. BRAN. RICE FLOUR, HAY,
Ac. For sale at lowest market prices and delivered ls any
part of city free of charge.
Apply to R. ARNOLD,
No. 219 Meering, corner of John street.
October 2? mw2
LEA & PERRINS'
BY ?I 01 * k'tter trom *
? 1 MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
CONNOISSEURS JJ MmJZL. to hi.
TO BE nts ONLY ^ftm Brother at
?KM WO i*. CES TER. May,
Good Sauce ?SK?1851:
yW1^ ?Ten LEA A PER
A?TD APPLICABLE ?3?5* RIN'S that their SAUCE
tjvSK?i? ia highly esteemed In In?
fo SaSiF dis, andie, in my opinion,
EVERY VARIETY wen a^'tL^?rt^ho"
?WjjffBsomo SAUCE that ia
OF DISH. ^a^made."
The success of thia moat delicious and unrivalle 1 con
diment having caused many unprinupled devlen to
apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the Provo la
respectfully and earnestly requested to see that tue nama
of LEA A PKBBLNS are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, "Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
the Manulacturer H. CLUCUS,
No. 57 Pine street, New York.
. September 24 amo
Jfazgm?L COLGATE & CO.'S
Tf?u (astell THE STANDARD OP
1 Wm? sm\?S\\WM For Sale by all Grocers.
"THOMAS R. AGNEW,
IMPOBTEB ANO DULLES IM
Fine Groceries, Choice Teas, Etc.. Etc,
NOS. 260 and 262 GREENWICH?T., COR. OF MUR BAY
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Ol lipottewood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offioes in Rotunda of Hotel.
STEVENS HOUSE, Noa. Jil. 33, '4b AND ?7
Broadwav, N. E., opposite Bowling Green-t^n tbs
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to the travelling public. The location te es?
pecially suitable to merchants and business men; it is iu
close proximity to thc business part of the city-ts on
the highway of Southern and Western travel-?nd adja?
cent to all the priueiual Railroad aud Steamboat depots.
Tho STEVENS BOOSE has liberal sccommodaUot for
over 300 guests-it te well furnished, and possesses every
modern Improvement tor the comfort and enterttlnawnt
of its Inmates. The rooms are spacious and well venti?
lated-urovided with gas and water-the attendance is
m-omntZ esDKWd the table te generously pro
vhffi ffeveTSK of the season at moderate rates.
The rTms having been refurnished and "^etod. ?
.re eua! Ate offer extra Md
pjgV our gueste.6mo GEO. K. ^g*^.
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND JtAGISTRATE,
TT AS REMOVED HTS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS