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THURSDAY MORNING. '. "JTOBER 31 1867.
XS WS SUMMARY.
-Gold was quoted in New York yesterday at 40J.
-Cotton closod in New York yesterday at 19Jc.
for Middling Uplands.
--In Liverpool yesterday thoro was a declino of
MGd. Sales 10,000 bales, at 8$d. for Upland.
-Tbo cost of the proposed East River bridgo
between New York and Brooklyn, is estimated at
-It is reported that the Grand Duchy of Baden
will soon join the Confederation of the North Ger?
-Galveston suffered a loss of $000,000 from tho
late storm in damage to town property, shipping,
-San Francisco harbor is being improved, and
the construction of a sea wall of granite has been
begun around it.
-Tho Ohio wino makors are now busily at work,
and tho newspapers of that Stato estimate that its
wino crop this year will be the largest it has over
-A company of Now Y'ork capitalists have a
oontract to furnish tho Austrian Government with
three million dollars' worth of breech-loading
-The Whig says there are only three hundred
persons in Richmond who return incomes over
$500, and two hundred who return incomes from
$100 to $500.
-The New Orleans papers contain a long ac?
count of tho destructive storm in Texas. The
damage done to property so fer as board from is
-Peter Lorillard, of New York, who recently
died at Saratoga, was one of the wealthiest men of
the metropolis. He leavoa au estate, it is said, of
-Juarez will hold the dead body of Maximilian
till his title to the Presidency of Moxico shall bc
recognized by the European powers, or at least by
-The Jews cons ti tuto so large and influential
an element at San Francisco that school holidays
and vacations are coming to be governed by the
Jewish holidays and festivals.
_Five hundrod miles of the Union Pacific Rail?
road have been completed. Seventeen miles more
will carry the road to the Eastern base of the
-A fcunine in Scandinavia ls among the latest
misfortunes reported from Europe. Bad harvests
last year caused it, and the people aro asking for
aid from tho surrounding countries.
-Tho Eight-Hour Carpenters' League in San
Francisco flourishes. All hands get as much work
as they want, and employers find as many hands
as they desire on the eight-hour system. .
-Carlyle has evolved another political article,
which he cf.U8 "Bull in the Whale's Belly." De?
mocracy is the whale, and England is the Jonah,
and Carlyle describes the manner of digestion.
-The New York Times is already beginning to
talk about what the Republicans would do upon
? any vital issue," and what they will do next year.
It evidently gives up this election iu advance.
-The Prince Imperial of France did a vcry pret?
ty thing at Bayonne, whon be ordered the release
of several unfortunate soldiers who had got into
tho calaboose. Ho is a chip of tho old block
-Tho Richmond papers announce tho death
of Rev. Robert H. Andrews, pantor of St. Pat?
rick's (CathoUc) Church, in that city, one of
the most faithful and beloved (if tho clergy of
-It is rumored that I rince Gortschakoff is
about to wed a divorced lady, t.ged twenty-four
years. Tho Prince is now seventy. Further, the
Emperor is said to be very eager for the wedding
to take place, as a near relative of his is interested
in the lady.
-Thc Fenian Colonels Warran and Nagle aro to
be tried immediately at Dublin. The British Gov?
ernment has refused the application for their
release, which was made by the United States
authorities. Tho latter have directed that counsel
be employed for the defence of tl o prisoners.
-lie trans from thirty-four counties in California
render it certain that both Sprague and Fitzger?
ald, the Democratic candidate for Judges, are
chosen by handsome majorities. The Radicals
have not redeemed the State, as they said they
would, after the contest for Governor resulted in
-The Tribune says : "The Ritualists are, it is
said, rapidly increasing in New York. Tho latest
accession to their ranks is the parish of the An?
nunciation, Fourteenth street, of which Dr. Sea
bury has been so long the rector. The services
are almost entirely choral, and the boys wear sur?
plices, as at tit. Albans."
-A pretty fair estimate of the magnitude of tho
national debt may bc formed when the fact is
called to mind that, in a recent statement, a cleri?
cal error occured of some thirteen millions of dol?
lars. When a cl ?rk bas room for making a trifling
error like that, it may be assumed that the entire
debt must be moderately large.
-The French ladies are now giving up gilt for
:~ory. Not only aro ivory agrafes worn on man?
tles, but large and small ivory beads are now mix?
ed with jet fringes for .a > urning, and with crystal
for evening toilettes. Very light palm leaves dot?
ted with gold are beginning to take the place of the
gilt leaves, and acorns are now Been decorating
fj-Ihe total count of the rocent vote in Louisi?
ana is 79,174. The voto for a convention was 75,
083; against a convention, 4006; blank, 66. The de?
legates elected aro notified to assemble in conven?
tion at the Mechanics' Instituto, in New Orleans,
Saturday, 23d of November, for tho purpose of
framing a State Constitution and civil govern?
ment in accordance with the terms prescribed by
-Green-room gossip at New York says that
Edwin Forrest is soon to marry the young actress,
Miss Lillie, as tho play bills style her, who has
been supporting him at the Broadway. She is
twenty, and the eminent tragedian is over sixty.
She was left an orphan and Forrest took her as an
infant and reared her. He adopted her at first at
his daughter, but his and her affections changing
in character, he is to make her his wifo.
-Tho Abyssinian reconnoitering party under
command of Colonel Merewether, left Bombay in
three steamers on September 17th. It consista of
ono hundred rank and file 21st Bombay native
infantry, and forty troopers 3d Bombay cavalry,
with officers of engineers, &c. Tho principal ob?
jecta aro to find a suitable harbor and shore for de?
barkation and location of some two hundred
steamers and transports, and a good route and
post inland on tho high land, some sixty miles from
-A Madrid paper says scientific researches havo
established the fact that the Pyrenees have, in
the last twenty yuara, lost thirty metres ic alti?
tude. Supposing tho depression to continue, our
worthy contemporary calculates that, after the
lapse of ono thousand years, tho chain that sepa?
rates Spaiu from France will realizo the celebrated
words II n'y a plus de Pyrenees, by disappearing
altogether, in which case the Ebro will fall into 1
tho Bay of Biscay, instead of emptying itself into '
-General Beauregard has lef Vashington. He <
went as agent for parties who went to buy tho ?
New Orleans and Carrollton Railroad. An effort 1
was made to arrange for its purchase in New Or?
leans, but without success. His visit to Washing?
ton put matters into such a shape that thc Govern- j
mont will probably make tho Bale. Tho pricu to <
be paid is $288.000. During ' ?tay ho visited ?
General Lee's old homo at j-Uugtem Heights, 1
now devoted to the freedmen villages, and a last j
resting place for departed soldiers.
-The two mercantile failurcB, says the Now York 1
correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, alluded j
to in my latter of yesterday, were those of Robert i
L. Taylor, shipping merchant, and H. W. Hubbell, i
shipping and commercial merchant. Both parties ,
have mado assignments. Tho liabilities of thc <
former, it ia said, will reach a million or dollars,
including endorsements for Mr. Hubbell. These
failures aro tho direct result of the protracted
stringency in money, and it will be fortunato if
Borne of the smaller bouses aro not compelled to
-The young kiDg of Greeco has made a good
Impression upon his future wife. The Princess
Olga, of Russia, like many another young lady
whose hand has been disposed of without her con?
sent to a man whom aho had never seen, expressed
groat repugnance to tho marriage which has been
arranged for her. Portraits were then exchanged,
which somewhat mollified the reluctant damsel.
Kinu George then went in person to see his bride:
und did his wooing HO well that all difficulties wore
removed, ?i'd the young people aro uow said to bo
the most devoted of lovers. Tho marriage is to
take place early in August.
-Charles Lever, the novelist, who has boen do?
ing consular duty at one of the Mediterranean
ports, ha* been appointed British Consul at
Vienna, lie is tho "Cornelius O'Dowd" of Black?
-Advices from Mexico represent that that coun?
try is in a deplorable state. Robberie and r tu?
dors ire on the increaso everywhere throughout
tho Republic; all thc roads aro unsafe, and even
tho people residing iu citios aro compelled to
watch all night with arms in their hands to drive
off tho bandits. The returns of the election are
coming in slowly. Tho proposed reform measures
of Juarez are defeated. General Quiroga had been
surprised in Nueva Leon by a small detachment
but in the nieleo that followed managod to escape
with a few followers. It was Santa Auua's inten?
tion to leave Mexico for Havana about the 24th
instant. Mr. Plumb, tho American Charge aVAf
faira, had arrived at tho capital. Tho election of
Juarez is confirmed.
-The Nicolson pavement seems to bc very popu?
lar wherever laid down. Tho citizons of Philadel?
phia aro highly pleased with that now finished on
Broad street, and insist that other thoroughfares
shall bo similarly paved. Tho Nicolson pavement
tn New York has also stood the test. As to tho
relative merits of the Nicolson and Belgian pavo
monta, a now York contemporary says that a
square of each was laid in that city at tho same
time, in I860, and that while the Nicolson remains
smoother tho Belgian is full of irregularities, and
is in such poor condition that it will soon need
relaying. The universal testimony ?B, in fact, that
whore the Nicolson pavement is thoroughly laid
down according to tho rules of the inventor, it has
not its equal for comfort and durability.
The debt of the United States will have to be
provided for ; and it is monstrous to suppose
that even such a Government as this can afford
to pay seven, eight, or nine per cent, upon the
money it has borrowed. Surely it is the part
of wisdom to keep the debt from growing ; and,
to see that, if the total amount cannot bc dimin?
ished, it, at all events, shall not be increased.
But there is no economy, or sagacity, in the
way in which the finances of this country are
managed ; and the debt that was created by
war is being strengthened and inflated by
The expenses of registration, under the mili?
tary acts, are estimated at one million of dol?
lars for thc State of Arkansas alone. If the
other Southern States require money in the
same proportion, the total cost of registration
will be fifteen millions, or more. And the elec?
tions, which heretofore have not cost the Fede?
ral Government a single dollar, will now add
about five millions to the list ; so that the ex?
penses of registration and elections will be
over twenty millions. Then there are the
troops which Congress has made it necessary
to retain in the South. They must be fed, and
clothed, and paid ; and they cost about forty
five millions. Besides these, there is the
Freedmen's Bureau, which costs in-itself a mil?
lion a year, and brings the grand total of ex?
penditure, for reconstruction, to the startling
amount of one hundred and thirty millions.
This is the cost of one year's legislation ; it
is the premium paid by the whole people to
enable a gang of reckless schemers to carry
out their revolutionary and suicidal plans.
There is no present chance of the expenditures
being diminished. Floating capital is wanted
for vlectioneeing, plotting, contriving and the
distribution of illustrated circulars; and, while
the Treasury can be squeezed upon any pre?
tence, the private, pc Weilar, republican purse
is becoming rotund. The longer the South is
held back and crushed down, the worse will
be the condition of the North. These men who
have been tinkering with the finances of the
United States for thc last five years, have but
one general principle-to rob Peter to pay
Paul. They will not confess their careless?
ness, and diliatory behavior ; their confusion
of expedieucy and plain right ; yet they know
not how to lay thc demon they have con?
If the country were once re-united, upon
these broad principles which sustained thc
wholo fabric of Federal rule, then there would
be hope of reasonable change. As it is, the
career seems to be front bad to worse ; while
experience gives these amateur financiers
neither sense nor judgment. They will not
hearken to counsel; and, in their hate or indif?
ference, will let the whole monetary system
fall into hopeless confusion. They have no
knowledge of their sin, and will not seek in?
formation from others. They will stand or fall
alone; and insist upon being blind to the fact
tu?t a re-union of the whole country would do
more for security, credit, and the contraction
of debt, than will, or can be done, by all thc
Jay Cookes, Government Treasurers, and Fi?
nance Secretaries in Christendom.
We return our sincere thanks for the kindly
and generous greetings which thc DAILY NEWS,
since the recent change of proprietorship and
management, has received at the hands of our
contemporaries of the press. Such kind words
encourage us to renewed endeavors to make
our journal in every respect a live and read?
able newspaper. We subjoin 11 few of these
friendly notices :
[From tho Columbia Chronicle.]
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS.-The change ef?
fected in the proprietary and managing interest of
this journal, in the accession of Messrs. Riordan,
Dawson & Evans, would seem to indicate, from
the announcement of the new proprietors, that it
will henceforth deal with public questions honest?
ly, fearlessly and consistently, untrammelled by
the ligaments of cliques, and unrestrained by the
timidity of time-servers. We like this intimation.
It evinces a healthy conception of a live and vigor?
ous press, and we bespeak for too NEWS an exten?
sion of tho sphere of ita influence and material
[From the Columbia Phonix.J
The last number of THE NEWS contains a notico
of a complete chango in its proprietorship, as
well as editorial management. Messrs. McMillan
4 Morton, tho former proprietors, havo disposed
of the entire business to Mossrs. Riordan, Daw?
son & Co.; and Dr. H. Baer, of tho editorial staff,
bas also retired. Mr. Riordan, although young in
years, is old in newspaper experience-having
formerly been connectod editorially with tho Mer?
cury and latterly with the Courier. Mr. Dawson,
we believe, was connected with the newspaper
world in England, but for noarly a year has hold
the positiun ot managing oditor of the Charleston
Mercury-during which t;mo tho racy productions
of his pen have attracted considerable attention
and admiration. Long life and prosperity to tho
"out-goers"' and success to the "111-coinors," say
[From the Marion (S. C., Star.)
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS passed into new
hands on Monday last. Mossrs. B. R. Riordan,
F. W. Dawson and Henrv Evans, aro tho now
proprietors. Mr. Riordan bas been for some time
connected with the editorial department of tho
Charleston Courier, and Mr. Dawson in the same
capacity, with tho Charleston Mercury, and are
consequently well known to our ?tata aa men of
the right stripe. Tho dark cloud that hung over
THE NEWS SO long, from the courso adopted by
DUO of its former editors, but which h:tb been
gradually vanishing for the last few weeks, mtv
now be expected to cloar up, and tho light of
Truth agaiu flash daily through its columns.
[Fcom the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel.]
The Charleston Daily NEWS has passed into new
liauds, Messrs. McMillan & Morton having Bold
nit their interest to Messrs. B. lt. Riordan, Fran?
ks W. Dawson and Henry Evans. The latter have
'orniod a copartnership under the uame and stylo
)f Riordan, Dawson & Co. Messrs. Riordan and
Dawson are two of tho most accomplished newspa
ser men in tho country, being educated to tho
Tofession. Tho impress of their journalistic
null and ability is evinced in the changed appear
ince of tho number of the NEWS before us. There
s vigor and originality in tho editorials, and tact
ind vitality in the general make up of the paper.
We congratulate the new firm, and wish the NEWS
ind its proprietors a brilliant and successful
[From tho Augusta Constitutionalist.]
Messrs. B. R. Riordan, Francis W. Dawson and
Henry Evans havo succeeded Messrs. McMillan
and Morton in the proprietorship of the CHABLES
We havo known .slr. Riordan since early boy?
hood, and ci.arod with him tho college task and
strange vicissitudes of arter manhood. He is a
trained and accomplished journalist, a pr eise and ,
pointed wri tor, a jool and sagacious observer of I
men and matters. Sincerely do we congratulate
oui mena of auld -aug syw upon his now-tlcdged
honors, and predict lor him and his associates a
long career ol prosperity aud fame.
The "Round Table's" Criterion ef Poetry.
Tlie last number of 'The Round Table' con*
tains a highly eulogistic review of ' Kathrins,
a room,' by Ur. J. G. HOLLAND, which opens a
very interesting quostion as to what the re?
viewer's ideas of the essentials of Poetry may
bc. Unfortunately we have not a copy of the
production at hand, but thc critic makes two
or three extracts for us-it is to bc presumed
by way of justifying his panegyric-and by
them we are quite willing to judge of the
merits of the'Poem' without further curious
enquiry. Premising that he is about to indulge
"in what Mr. SWINBURNE considers the only
polace of the critical profession, 'the noble
pleasure of praising,' " the reviewer thus pro?
"For Kathrina then we have approbation only.
We have read it through pretty carefully once, and
deem it worthy, poetically and morally, of all the
admiration which it will be likely to get. Metri?
cally considered, it is almost perfect ; to have
written but one halting line (which the author will
discover on page 225) m a poem of between five or
six thousand ?a quite a triumph in itself; and for
oven that one we daro say the printer is respon?
sible. Dr. Holland's practioe as a writer is guar?
anty for his knowledge of the difference between
totramoter and pentameter iambic. So wo may
say that, metrically considered, it is quite perfect.
In point of imagination and fancy it may seem de?
ficient to those whose taste has been delerioriated
by the extravagance of Tennyson and Swinburne ;
but this lack is more than atoned by a severe sim?
plicity ot treatment as far as possibly removed
from the brilliant indecencies of a school that Dr.
Holland so soundly lashes in the vigorous lines on
page 145. We forbear to quote them, as nearly
cvorybody by this time must have the book, ana
anybody who hasn't should get it at once. We
consider it a duty for every one to get it who de?
sires to encourago a national literature founded on
a solid basis of elevated purity and profundity of
After a few apologetic remarks on what this
eulogistic critic is evidently uncomfortably
aware to be a ratber questionable feature in
the book, viz: "Paul's swearing," which he
describes by telling us that he "blasphemes
frightfully through the first two books," the
reviewer proceeds to support his panegyric of
the Poem by various quotations. Our space
forbids us to reproduce these in full, but we
give a few specimens :
" I watched her while she read, but failed to find
The sympathy of pleasure in her face
I had expected. Finishing at last,
She raised her eyes, and Axing them on ms.
Bald thoughtfully : ' You like thit Ittupect.' "
We can anticipate the answer :
'" Well, rather t' I responded."
This is pretty good, but our reviewer's last
quotation even excels it :
"It had no moral, bore no ministry
Of pious teaching, and mada an appeal
To tuji'ranct or suffrage of the muffs
Who in the pulpit or the prest prepart
The nation's pap "III
Now we would ask the Round Table review?
er : Are words of this sort, put in lines of equal
length, and written by a Northern author, are
they "poetry" according to his notions ? If
they are, then the world has been surely very
much in error on the subject. Perhaps it
would bc more charitable to the reputation for
critical merit which the Round Table, whether
justly or unjustly, has acquired, to take the
opening sentence of this critique as the key to
its meaning. We are told there that "Dr.
HOLLAND is a gentleman whose personal char?
acter we respoct and esteem very highly." In
the present state of criticism on this side the
Atlantic this fact may be sufficient to explain
not only tho tone of the review, but its exis?
tence at all. What is to be thought indeed of
a critio who talks to us about "the brilliant
indecencies of a school" in which he includes
and collatos TENNYSON and SWINBURNE? We
fear that the day is still far distant when some
fearless scholar and thinker shall do for the
art of criticism in thia country what M. SAINTE
BRUVE hasdnno for it in France, and MATTHEW
ARNOLD scarcely less brilliantly in England.
In tho meanwhile we must of necessity be at
the mercy of such "irresponsible indolent re?
viewers" as our friend of the Round Table.
We are glad, however, to be able to agree with
him in one point. He closes his notice with
these words: "On Kathrina, we are persuaded,
his fullest fame as a poet will rest, and we do
not imagine that posterity will feel at all in?
clined to disturb it"-nor, we might add, his
TH? BAVARIA, a Hamburg steamship, has
arrived at New Orleans with three hundred
and fifty German immigrants. This is the
pioneer vessel of the line, and is the first ship
which entered the port of New Orleans under
thc newly adopted flag of the North German
Confederation. Tho German residents of the
Crescent City have given the new comers a
grand public reception, and Louisiana has ac?
complished the first step in the great work of j
encouraging and receiving European immigra?
It is hoped that before long thc arrival at
this port will be announced of the bark Gauss,
referred to in the letter of Captain MKLCIIERS,
published yesterday. This State wants the
bone and sinew, the thrift and prudence, the
fidelity and truth of the hardy Germans.
Those who live in our midst havo been tried
and proved;-Caiolina has a home, and a wel?
come, for many a thousand more.
WM. MoKAY.JOHN CAMPBELL.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 136 MEETING ST.,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,
SELLS DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. Ac, Ac.
For Sales see daily papara under Auction Column.
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Auction and Commission Merchants,
HAVE THEIR WHOLESALE PROVISION STORES
No. 271 EAST BAY, between Hasel and Went?
worth, next to CW. SE1GNIOUS' Coal Yard; have al?
ways on hand a full supply of FRESH SMOKED BACON
SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS, Ac, Ac, at lowest market
N. B.-City and country buyers will find it to their ad?
vantage b j giving us a call previous to purchasing.
October Ifi tul mth
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BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
of COTTON, RICE OR NAVAL 8TORES. to Liver
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October 20 Imo
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Beni Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS. Ac, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
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Wednesday. October lt?
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M i NTS OF COTTON to our friends in New York, tc.
October 'J Imo
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S. ?VILLIS. .A. R. CH ISO?.M
October 25 j
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MEETING STREET. 2 October 31
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October 31 Imo
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Apply at No. 3 BROAD STREET, between 8 and 10 A.
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Incidents aud Sketches of Life in the Confederacy.
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October 21 Imo*
mo LET, PART OF A HOUSE IN PINK
X NEY STREET, No. 28, to a smaU family without
children. A man doing business down town will find
this a desirable location. A suitable family can arrange
with tho undersigned at the lumber yard, corner Bay
and Market streets. J. N. WOOD.
October 31 3*
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within a few yards of i ity Railway. Apply st THIS OF?
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October 31 2*
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October 31 2
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in order for putting a crop of vegetables immediately in
for the Northern market. Mulos and Farming Utensils
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October 31_thstu4 No. 279 King street.
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of years, on favorable terms, to a responsible tenant
Apply to T. J. KERR A CO., Kerr'? whaif.
October 19 stuth6
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a family or single gentlemen. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
rRKNT, 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.
T7?OR SALE, THE STOCK AND GOOD WILL
Jj of a GROCERY STAND ia the lower part of the
city. For particulars apply at Ur. F. EST LEMAN, cor.
ner Church and Tradd streels. 1* October 31
T7H>R SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
J? QUANTITY, price 76 cents per himdred. Apply at
the Office of the DALLY NEWS. Imo t ctober 28
LOST,ON SATURDAY MORNING, IN KING
STREET, near Hasel, a ROLL OF BILLS amount?
ing to forty-five dollars. Thu finder will receive five dol?
lars reward and the thanks of the owner, by leaving the
money for D. J. at tho DAILY NEWS OFFICE.
LOST OR STOLEN, FOUR SILVER DES?
SERT KNIVES, marked on the handle E. F. A
liberal reward will be paid upon their delivery at No. 18
ASHLEY STREET, and no queitiona asked.
October 28 6
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HEBETOFORK EXISTING
nnder the name and style of L. CHAPIN A CO.,
expired by limitation on the 16th October, 1887.
B. W. WARREN.
T. S. HEMINGWAY.
WELL CONTINUE THE CARRIAGE AND DRUG
BUSINESS, at No. 20 HAYNE STREET, undor
the name and style of L. CHAPIN A CO.
B. W. WARREN.
Charleston, October 15, 1867. 3 October 31
KEMONKD TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Conan], No. 48 BROAD STREET, until further no?
tice. GEO. RIVERS WALKER,
October 30_H. M. Acting Cont.nl.
GFOIUN, TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANT.
. hss removed to No. 151 East Bay. Ho has now
on hand and will be constantly receiving diroct from
tho manufactories a supply Of MANUFACTURED and
SMOKING TOBACCO, comprising every grade, which
he offers for wie in or out or bond, at ss low figures as
tba samo can be purchased la any other market.
October 30 2
BOARDING.-A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with BOARD in a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 GEOBGE STREET. Terms mode?
rate. October 24
FI HST CLAMS BOARD WITH COMFORTA?
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 Hud.on street, near
tho Citadel. The Street Cars pass tho door every ten
minutes. 3mo October 7
STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL AND
convenientin the city, at vory reasonable prices,
for COTTON, RICK. SALT, FERTILIZERS. Ac. ftc. In?
surance, when desired, ss low as any in the city. Apply
GEO. W- CLARK ft CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets.
0118, PAINTS, ETC.
OM LEATHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMAr-D FOR THI8 BELTING DU?
RING, Colonel L. M. HATCb'S Agency, is sufficient gua?
rantee for its qualities.
For sale st New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 126 MEETING STREET,
October 24 Imo Charleston, S. C.
WHITELEAD AADZINC PAINTS.
10 000 LBS PREMIUM PUBE WHITE
10.0J0 lbs. pure Pliiladelphia White Lead
8,000 lbs. New York White Lead
6.000 lbs. pure French White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Washington Medal White Zinc
8.000 lbs. Franklin Snow White Zinc.
All ol thc above for sale low by
HOLMES ft CALDER,
October 24 imo No. 120 Meeting street.
OIL! OIL ! OIL !
r AA GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
*J\J\J COO gallons Winter Bleached Wkale Oil
800 gallons No. 1 Lard Oil
600 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
000 gallons Whito Oak Oil
300 gallons pure Neatsfoot Oil
700 gallons English Linseed Oil
400 galloon Boiled Linseed OH.
For sale low at HOLMES ft CALDER,
October 24 imo No. 126 Meeting street
BJUns, SHOES, ETC.
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
EDWARD DALT, Agt.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT No. 141 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 30 Imo
THE SUBSCRIBERS MOST RESPECTFULLY IN
VITES attenti. u to their large, varied stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES, and are offered to Hie pubUc at the
D. O'NEIL & SON.
No. 375 KING STREET, ABOVE GEORGE STREET.
August 31 stuth2mo
ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.
?TIHE MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE
J. South Carolin? Hall, TA it Evening, at 7 o'clock.
Members are requested to be punctual in attendance,
as final action will be taken 01 tho Committee's Report.
October 31 1_WILLIAM PAUL. Secretary.
THE DELEGATES ELECTED TO NOMINATE NINE
CANDIDATES to represent the District of Charles?
ton, in the coming Constitutional Convention. WILL
NOT meet st "Chase Hall," as advertised, but at Military
Hall, on ThU (Thursday) Evening, Hist Instant at 7
o'clock. GILBERT PILLSBURY,
Committee Charleston District.
October 31 2*
FOR THE BUIliDING OF AN EPISCOPAL
CHURCH AT FLORENCE. 8. C.
rE LADIES WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THIS
CHURCH have determined to hold a FAIR, on the
12th, 13th, llth aod 15th of November at the MASONIC
Arrangements are hoing made to have a CONCERT or
CHARADE the hurt two nights.
Dcors open at 10 o'clock each day, and 7 o'clock each
evening. Admittance 25 cents.
Any donation or contribution will be thankfully re?
ceived. 17 October 28
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITUTION WILL. BE
resumed Friday, November let, st 10 A. M. Appli?
cants for admission will present themselves at the Paeel
dent's Room at 9 A. M. on that day.
October 31 Acting Secretary Faculty.
MRS. JOHN LAURENS'
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADLES
WILL RESUME ITS EXERCISES OCTOBER 1ST,
CORNER WENTWORTH AND SMITH STREETS.
The course of studies is thorough and complete. The
French Department will be conducted by a resident
Fiench Teacher, and the young ladies will be required to
speak French. For terms, etc., apply as above.
September 19 thatu
YOUNG LADIES' COLLEGIATE INSTI?
fTIHE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMES HAVE CAUSED
J_ the Commissioners of the State Normal and High
School to use the building as a Free School. The State
Normal and High School, as now organised, wii 1 tb erefc re
be trarsferred, under the title of the YOUNG LADIES'
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, to the commodious building
on the north side of Georgo street, No. 28, one door weet
of King street, opening OCTOBER 2d, 1867.
Tuition m the Preparatory Department, $12.60 per
half session, or $60 per annum; In the Collegiate Depart?
ment, $16 per half session, or $60 per nama 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 limite i number of Boarder- will be received at the
Institute. Board, $30 per month, or $300 per annum,
including Wasting, Lights, Fuel, otc. Parlor Boarders
received at the above prices. All payments strictly in
Board of Instruction as follows : Rev. HENRY M.
MOOD, A. M.. Principal; Rev. HENRY A. BASS, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics and Ancient Languages; Pro?
fessor LEWIS B. GIBBS. A. M., M. D" Lecturer on
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy; Professor F. 8.
HOLMES, Lecturer on Geology and Natural HU tory;
L. A. FRAMPTON, M. D., Professor of Modern Lan?
guages i Professor WM. MASTERMAN, Instructor ia
Vocal Music ; Miss MARY C. MOOD, Instructress ta
Drawing and Painting; Miss LAURA M. HILL, Instruc?
tress in English Branches.
September 2 mthtmss
MRS. JOHN A. BLI M
YT7LLL RESUME THE EXERCISES OF HER 8CHOOL
W on TUESDAY, October 1st, at her Residence, Mary
street, opposite Elizabeth.
MUSIC AND FRENCH taught when desired.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TICKETS Oli Ol DOLLAR !
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, OA.,
WEDNESDAY. NOV'R 6th, 1867.
All the Prizes will be drawn!
A PACKAGE OF TEN TICKETS FOR TEN
DOLLARS LIABLE TO DBA W $30,0001
THE GRAND SCHEME,
To be drawn at Atlanta, Ga., NOT.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
1 Prize mt.... .900,000 3 Prizes of.. .93,500
1 Prize of.. ?9,000 18 Prizes of.... 500
1 Prize of. 10,000 55 Prizes of... 250
3 Prizes of..... 5,000 150 Prizes of .. 300
54 APPROXIMATION PRIZES AMOUNTING TO
30,000 NUMBERS.518 PRIZES.
TICKETS $12. HALVES $6. QUARTERS $3.
The above Brilliant Scheme is worthy the attenUon of
the public. Its management is under the control of gen?
tlemen of tho highest standing in our midst, and in the
Masonic fraternity. Tho charter of this Lottery is from
the State of Georgia, and bonds given for the payment of
AU Prizes paid without discount.
Official Drawings sent each purchaser.
All Prizes Cashed at this Office.
gg- Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to
orders by simply enclosing mouey with full address.
AH orders for Tickets, Schemes, and information
tc be addressed to
JAMES KERR, Manager's Agent,
Lock Box No. 684, Charleston. S. C.
Office: No. 20 BROAD STREET._October li
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN)
B E N t F I T
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
1 Prize of..950,000 20 Prizes of... .91,000
1 Prize of..30,000 03 Prizes of..400
1 Prize of..8,000 155 Prizes of..?00
1 Prize of..7,000 330 Prizes of..135
3 Prizes of..5,000
315 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
7SS PRIZES-9330,650 IN PRIZES TO BE
To be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
OCTOBER 81st, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12 ; HALVES, $6 ; QUARTERS, $8;
The chances are tar more favorable to draw prizes in
this than in any other Lottery tn the world. T^rohaser.
of Lottery 'tickets should always examine the ?hemes,
Piizee paid in full without discount
Official drawings sont each purchaser.
Correspondents may roly ou prompt attention to orders
by enclosing money with lull address.
li?-A ll o'tiers for tickets, schemes, and infotmation to
be addressed to H. T. PETERS,
I'tuted Statos Licensed Agent,
Key Box 52, Charleston. S. C.
Office No. 90 Hasel street.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
C\/-\f\f^ BLEACHED PATENT SEAMLESS SACKS
?SxJXJxJ LIVEKPOOL SALT. landing this day
from British Bark Tho Queen. For sale low taken
from tho Whhrf. RAVENED A CO.
BACON SIDES, SHOULDERS,
BHDS. PRIME C. R. SIDES
10 hhds. Prime Ribbed Sides .
40 bhds. Strictly Choice Western Shoulders
40 boxes very Choice Bellies
26 hhds. low priced C. R. Sides
20 hhds. low priced Shoulders
40 Ibis. Mess Pork
20 tierces Barns
In store, and for sale at reduced prices by
JEFFORDS A CO.,
October SO_2_No. 30 Vendne Range.
C?F??E, SUGAR, TOBACCO, See.
g? f\ BAGS PR'ME RIO COFFEE
OU 25 bbls. Extra C. A A. Sugar
60 boxes low priced Tobacco
100 sacks Liverpool Salt
600 boxes Herrings (nrw)
25 kits No. 1 and 2 Mackerel
25 bbls. and half bbls. Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel (now)
25 boxes E. D. Cheese.
Landing, in store, and for ssle at reduced prices, by
JEFFORDS A CO.,
October 30_2_No. 30 Vendue Range.
DUBLIN AND LONDON PORTER,
SCOTCH ANO ENGLISH ALES.
BOXES BLOOD, WOLFE A CO." S DUBLIN PORTER
Barrels of Truman, Hanbury A Co.'s Brown Stout
pints and quarts
Barrels of Allsop's Ale-quarts
Barrels of Aitkens' Pale Ale-pints
Barrels of Knox A Sons' Alloa Ale-pints.
For sale by W. H. CHAFEE,
October 29_tuth2_No. 207 East Bay.
Ff\f\ PACKAGES OF MAC KELEL,
OUU OONSIFITHQ or:
Barrels, half barrels and Hts No. 1 BAT AND 8HOBE
Barrels, half barrels and kits No. 2 Bay and Shore
Barrels, half barrels and kits No. 3 Large
Half barrels and kits or Mess
Barrels, half barrels and kits NEW SALMON
300 boxes Scaled and No. 1 HERRINGS; SMOKED
76 quarter boxes FRENCH CODFISH
60 esses of Oysters, Lobsters and Salmon, in one and
two pound cans.
In store and to arrive. For sale by
W. H. CHAFEE,
October 28 ttitha No. 207 East Bay street
BACON AND LARD.
-j rv HHDS C. R. SIDES
?\J 25 kegs Leaf Lard
6 barrels N. Y. Pig Hams
10 barrels N. Y. Bacon Strips
10 barrels N. Y. Sugar Cured Shoulders
Just received and for sale by
W. H. CHAFEE,
October 29 tnth2 No. 207 East Bay street
Tr BBLS. OF "EXTON'8" PREMIUM TRENTON
O CRACKERS, Fancy, Wine, and Butter, just land?
ed from steamer, and for sale st low prices by
W. H. CHAFEE,
October 29_tuth2_No. 207 Esst Bay.
-1 O HHDS. PRIME SIDES AND SHOULDERS. FOR
JLO sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP.
<T)f\ PUNCHEONS BARBADOS MOLASSES
?mi \J 16 puncheors Choice Syrup.
For sale low, 'o close consignment, by
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
October 9_Noa. 143 and 146 East Bay.
DIRECT IM P O STATION, FOR SALE BY
RISLEY A CREIGHTON.
October 7 Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay.
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
NO. IO BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. O.
CHECKS FOR SALE ON NEW YORK, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-BILLS DRAWN ON
ALL TH*. PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE.
GOLD, SILVER. SECURITIES, BANK NOTES Ac,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTIONS MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
October 29_ Imo*
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
IB IR O IKE IR,
No. 8 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C., OCTOBER ?8, 1867.
QUOTATIONS FOR SOUTHERN BANK BILLS.
Bank of Camden.36
Bank or Charleston.20
Bank of Chester.ll
Bank of Georgetown.17
Bank of Hamburg.16
Bank of Newberry.40
Bank of South Carolina.10
Bank of sute of South Carolina, prior to 1861.. .13@14
Bank of State of South Carolina, after 1st Jan'ry,
Commer?ai Bank of Colu mbia. 4
Exchange Bank, Columbia.ll
Farmers' and Exchange Bank. 1
Merchants' Bank, Ch craw.ll
People's Bank, Charleston.60
Planters' Bank of Fairfield.8
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank, Charleston..19
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.27@30
SUte Bank, Charleston.4
Union Bank, Charleston.76
City of Charleston Change Bills.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.
QuoUtion Sheet for Bonds, Stocks and Coupons, issued
every Friday Morning in this paper.
October 28 3
?MIN'S ? FHY.
WE NOW TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
OUR CUSTOMERS and tho Trade In general that
our extensive arrangemenU aro now completed, and are
preparod to fill all orders that we are favored with.
We have always on hand a large assortment of
FRENCH AND FANCY CANDIES, GUM DROPS, fcc, Ac.
A very large assortment of FRENCH AND GERMAN
TOYS, AT WHOLESALE.
NO. 279 KING STREET,
October 30 2 New Store.
AFINE LOT OF HOT-HOU8E GRAPES JUST RE?
CEIVED and for gale at
October 30 2 KINSMAN'S NEW SALOON.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
GLOBE FIRE INSURANCE COMP AN V.
STOCKHOLDERS PERSONALY RESPONSIBLE
LOSSES ADJUSTED HERE
C. T. LOWNDES, Agent,
May 16 tb7mo* No. lu Broad street
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, (
CHASLKSTOM, S. C., October 4, 1807. j
THE NIGHT EXPRESS FREIGHT AND ACCOM?
MODATION PASSENGER TRAINS will not run
on Sunday Night*. AU Freight tor Columbia by this
Train must be In the Depot by 2 P. M., and for AugusU
by 3 P. M. H. T. PEAKE
October 5 s tu th Imo General Superintendant
No. 114 Market Street,
ONE DOOR EAST OF KING STREET.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION IN HAIR CUTTING,
SHAVING, AND DYEING HAIR, in the bV.net
style, and aU other branches of the tonsorial art, and is
willing to receive all of his old customers, and the public
HAIR CUTTING.35 cento.
If you wish an easy shave,
As good ss Barber ever gave,
Just call at my Shaving Saloon;
I'll cut and dress the bair with grace,
To suit the contour of the face.
October 10 thstu2mos
J. M. BRADSTREET &
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. |C.
J. L. FONDA, Superintendent.
8R0CERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
SALT,, SUGAR, BACON, FLOUR.
BRAN AND SHORTS.
Zf\f\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
?UU 7 hhds. Muscovado Sugar, different gradea
ll hhCu. and boxea Ribbed au J Clear Ribbed Bacon
80 baps Extra Family Georgia Flour, selected
400 bags Super Extra and Family Georgia Flour
SOO bushels Bran and shorts.
For sale by J. N. ROBSON,
Ortob.r 31 i Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
C*f\ BALES SUPERIOR EXTRA HEAVY DOUBLE
OU WARP DUNDEE JUTE BAGGING
5 bales Extra Sacking Bagging.
Just received per "Chattanooga" from Liverpool. For
?le by ROBT. MURE A CO.
October 29 tuths?
5000 to^arriveLbJEHP00L SALT' F?B 8ALB
October 29 tutlisG ROBERT H URE A CO.
g f\ TONS CELEBRATED "DITTON FORGE" PIG
OU IRON, per ship Charleston, from liverpool.
For sale, to arrive, by ROBERT MURE A CO.
CORN! OATS! BRAN!
-I r AA BUSHELS PRIM E WHITE CORN
_LtjV/V^ 1300 bushels Maryland Gr?*, per steamer
2000 bushels Bran, In sacks.
For sale by R. M. BUTLER,
October 30 3 North Atlantic Wharf.
CORN, SHINGLES, BRICKS, &c,
1 fr AA BUSHEL i CORN
J.?UU 50,000 Cypress Shingles
50.000 Carolina Bricks
A lot of Spirit Barrels
Bagging and Rope.
For sale by ._. "
8HACKELFORD A KELLT,
October 30 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf. 1
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST TN THE CITY IS TO BE
found at GEO. W. CLARK & CO.'S
September 18 No. 199 East Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
I AA BBLS. WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
LUU qualities and prices
GOO cases Claret Wines
100 cases Schiedam Schnapps
100 casks Brandy, Oin, Jamaica Rum. St Croix Bu in.
New England Bum, Sherry Wine, Port Wine, Madtira
Wine, Aa, Ac
1000 dozen of the above in cases. For sale by
September afr_GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
SALT, SYRUP, &c.
1 KA A SACKS SALT FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO
LO Uv/ "ult purchasers, at less than market rates.
600 Blue Grit Grindstones.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 b?rrela Sugar.
1000 kegs Nails.
600 bags Shot,
1000 boxes Herring.
100 boxes Starch.
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco, Ac, Ac.
For sale by GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
September IC _
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 AA BALES GUNNY CLOTH, EXTRA HEAVY.
1UU 100 Rolls Gnnny Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Just received. For sale low and in lots to ault, by
September 16 GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
1 AA COILS MANILLA ROPE.
1UU 200 Colls Hemp Rope.
200 Coils Jute Rope.
Jost received and for sale cheap for cash, by
September 16_GEO. W. CLARK A CO
BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
1 A Af k BOXES ARMS BREAD.
J.UUU For sale by GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
Septemb. r 16_
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
-| A BARBELS JU8T RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
1U B BATED ALE, by
GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
September 16 _ _
IMA ROLLS-ABOUT SIXTY YARDS EACH.
11 \J For sale at_
MEETING STREET IOE HCUSE,
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(DIOOBPOKATKD ?OTXMBXB 1, 1866.)
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Angelos and Napa
W. H. OH AJEE, Agent.
NO. 207 EAST BAY. CHARLESTON, & C.
HOCK, SHERRY, 8WEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL.
P t,Wine Bitters, Claret, Sonomo Brandy, California
?ba, Sonoma Champagne (In quarti), Sonoma Cham
j s (in pints, 24 in a case)-in wood and glass.
AA>rfl 30 _tnths6moa
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
the Manufacturer H. CLUCUS,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
September 24 4m o
COLGATE & CO.'S
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale bjr all Grocers.
October 21 3oio
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
nrpoBTKB um DEALS* ra
Fine Groceries, Choice Teas, Etc.. Etc,
NOS. 260 and 262 GREENWICH-oT., COB. OF MUR R??
BUILDING MATERIAU ETC.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATE?
PRIME NORTHERN WHITE PINE OF ALL KINDS.
Mahogany, Mouldings. NeweU, Banisters, Veneers,
Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Oak, Doors, Sashes, Plas?
tering Laths, Pickets, Palings, Nails, Spikes, Shingle?.
The above in large assortment and variety for sale at
wholesale and retail tor cash.
J. N. WOOD, Agent,
Corner Market and Bay.
October 17 thstn2tno?
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS ON HAND AND FOR
sale on reasonable terms, in quantities to suit pur?
chasers all kinda of Rough and Dressed LUMBER.
JNO. C. MALLONEE.
Horlbeck's Wharf, near N. E. R. R.
October 2s 8
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Saperla.teB.dent.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
OREENVILLK, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERT.Ol Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
STEVENS HOUSE, Koa. XL. ?3, '45 AND Sil
Broadway, N. Y.. opposite Bowling Green-Cn the
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to the travelling public. The location ls es?
pecially a ui ta h le to merchants and business men; it is in
close proximity to the business part of the city-ts on
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
The STEVENS HOUSE has liberal accommodatlOL for
over 300 guests-lt ls well furnished, and possesses every
modern improvement for the comfort and entertainment
of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well venti?
lated-provided with gas and water-the attendance is
prompt and respectful-and the table is generously pro?
vided with every delicacy o? the season at moderate ratea
The rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, we
are enaV ?Ito offer extra facilities for the comfort and
pleasure "f our guests. GEO. E. CHASE A CO.,
May 28 6mo Proprietor?.
FROST, ami & co.,
WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
A NU .MAM'FACTURER S OF
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street,
SIEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND F?BUC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our House guaranteed ns re
a. w. raosT. J AJO? auca. azo. ayroot.
October 24 Smoe
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No. 77 CHURCH. STREET, near 5?
licha*?? Alley. August 31 ?