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MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 4, 1867.
y S WS SUMMARY.
?Cotton closed in New York on Saturday lower
at 18J a 19 tor Middling Uplands.
?Gold was quoted at 411
_In Liverpool cotton close 1 on Sa'.urJiy un
?The British cavalry are to jo aimed wlfa
?The Philadelphia Germans bavo sut scribed
$35,000 tor a new theatre.
?The King of Greece was married a tSt. Peters
burg to the Princess Olga, of Russia.
?A hoavy snow surprised the good people of
Bichmond, Va., on Thursday morning last.
?Miss Belle Boyd is performing at the Norfolk
theatre, and has met with a hearty reception.
?The Canadian papers lament the continued
emigration from the ''Dominion" to the United
?Prince Napoleon has been taking quite an in
terest, incog-> in tne machine department of the
?Governor Fenton, of New York, has issued a
proclamation appointing Novomber 28 for Thanks
?It is said the price asked for the New York
Herald establishment is eleven hundred thousand
dollars in gold.
?Bennett's Evening Telegram has backed out of
the field of one-cent journalism, and Ben Wood's
Evening News is triumphant.
?San Domingo has declared war against Hayti,
on account of the sympathy and assistance given
by the Haytians to ex-President Baez.
?The Mrs. Lincoln $100,000 fund, to be raised
in subscriptions of one dollar each, has already
reached the handsome aggregate of six dollars.
?Hon. B. H. Hill, of Georgia, is announced to
addiess the people at various places in New York
and New Jersey prior to the approaching elec
?The office of the Southern Express Company,
at Jackson, Tennessee, was broken into on Wednes
day night, and the safe robbed of $5000 and many
?Mr. Joseph P. Wilson, of Granvilie County,
N. C, committed suicide while in a fit of tempo
rary insanity, a few days since, by hanging him
self to a tree.
?Brigham Young says that "marriage for love
is played out, " and urges all the young men in
Zion to wed by couples or triplets, so as to pre
vent undue partiality.
?The Northern papers contain elaborate obitu
ary notices of the late Ex-Governor Andrew, of
Massachusetts, whom they style "New England's
largest hearted statesman."
?They complain of the scarcity of water in Mo
bile. The firemen cannot obtain a sufficient sup
ply for their engines, and private cisterns have to
be brought into requisition.
?The Wilmington and Weldon Railway, North
Carolina, have placed eating cars on their road, in
which meats and other articles of food are cooked
and served hot to travelers at reasonable prices.
?Judge Chase is still on the Presidential track.
The New York Tribune is the organ of the deter
mined Chase men, and they intend to "fight it out
on" hia "line" in spite of any General who may
enter the field.
?The vote just polled in Ohio was the largest
ever cast. The Democrats carry 42 counties, the
Republicans 44, and two counties are tie on the
Governorship. Of the 19 Congressional Districts,
the Democrats carry 10.
?Ten of the prisoners who took part in the
revolt at the Penitentiary in Santiago de Cuba,
were shot on the 23d instant. All the others im
plicated in the affair have been sentenced to long
terms of Imprisonment.
?The New York Commercial speaks of Governor
Brown low as "coarse, intolerant, brutal in speech
and manner, and will disgust his senatorial associ
ates more thoroughly than he did the Northern
friends who lionized him in 1862."
?General Brown, of the Freedmei "s Bureau, has
prohibited a night procession of the colored popu
lation of Norfolk, Va., in glorification of the suc
cess of the Radicals ic Virginia. He allows it,
however, to take place in day time.
The Democrats of New York city aro off-ring to
wager that Ho.ner A. Nelson and the balanco of
the Democratic ticket, will leave Now Y 3rk and
Brooklyn aud cross Spuyton Ddv? Crook, with a
majority of 65,000, on the 5th of Novamb r next.
?New York policemen are gomi? about to the
tenement houses pretending they arc about to
make an arrest, and inquiring for some Democratic
, oter. In case they don't find him, or his friends
decline to answer, his name is checked on the reg
?It is proposed to build a bridge to unite Sicily
with the continent, joining Cape Guarizi in Sicily
with Cape Pizzo in Calabria. It would be divido 1
into four sections of 990 metres each, the whole
distance being rather less than two aud a half
?A. M. Holbrook, editor ol the New Orleans
Picayune, writes: "This has been the most sickly
season I have ever experienced here?even worse
than 1858. There have uot been so many deaths,
but the misery and destitution everywhere have
?Tho Retrenchment Committee were in sessiou
on Wednesday at the Treasury Department,
Washington, and several witnesses were examined
in relation to the affairs of the printing division.
General Spinner, United States Treasurer, was
summoned to appear to render certain informa
?The New York Herald suggest! that a public
reception be given those white met who have been
warned to leave Richmond by Lord Gumbo-Sambo.
Bennett swears that if they will come to New York
they "will create more enthusiasm than the mar
tyred Stanton, and, as pioneer victims of negro
rule, deserve a demonstration."
?At a meeting of the New Orleans Board of
Health on Tuesday night, Quarantino was suspend
ed. A motion was offered by Dr. Warren Stone
that the yellow fever be declared no longer an epi
demic. The motion was opposed, and referred to
the Committee on Health. There were nine yellow
fever interments on Wednesday.
?Some negroes near Jefferson, Texas, became
enraged when their employer objected to their pp
propriation of one-half instead of one-third of the
crop in wages, and set upon him. He shot four of j
them, and when a military force came to settle the
matter they defied it, and were only brought to
farms when six more were shot down.
?In Dublin the trial of the Fenian prisoneis is
now going on. An application was made for a
mixed jury of Catholics and Protestants, but it
was refused. General Warren, who was one of the
prisoners to be tried, declined counsel, and on the
ground that he was a oitizeu of the United States
refused to recognize the jurisdiction of the court.
?The Emperor of Austria has consented to the
proposed Conference on Roman affairs, but Pope
Pius absolutely refuses to be a party to it, and
England and Russia have also declined to join the
Conference. The French semi-official journals
state that the advance of the Italian troops across
the frontiers was ordered without the consent of j
?Louis Napoleon has doue a very shrewd thing
in determining to keep the Universal Exposition
open for a time longer?the admission fee to be
very small for a part of tho time, and then, for the
remainder, admission to bo absolutely free to all
tor the benefit of tho workmen and the poorer
classes of Paris. It is precisely by such skillful
strokes as this that the French Emperor keeps up
such popularity as he has with the lower orders of
?The Treasurv Department has received offi
cial information that a foreign vessel had made an
attempt to smuggle goods on tho coast oi North
Carolina near Masonboro'. A portion of its crew
were detected in an attompt to land goods in a
small boat from tho vessel, and were pursued by
an inspector of customs, wbo was in turn attacked
by emugt,lers. In the collision tho latter boat
capsized, and all of the goods and the thiee smuR
glers went to the bottom. On seeing this calamity
the teasel tacked out to sea.
?The Hon. T. Ewing, a distinguished politician
of Ohio, has written a Utter upon the causes of
the Ute Badioal defeat la Ohio. He says that the
tendency of the Conservatives is to unite with the
Bsdioals, and that they will do so if the Badi
cala recall their prescriptive mandate-?, ard
leave the intelligence of the Soutb freo to modify
and carry on the Southern 8tate Governments. In
eoncluaion, he says that the Republicans can save
themselves only by dothrouiug their Radical
despots and bowing lo Hie expressed will of the
- Toiia "litchel sayf of that prowling and insa
tiate-fillibuster Garibaldi: We have not now, and.I
uever had, any sympathy wi*h Garibaldi, who is>|
the embodiment of simple revolt against all order,
and authority. Ills party is that of the ao'.tdaires
who now iufest Franco, Belgium and Italy, and we
desiro to seo a bit pu. between his teeth, and if
needful, a pair of fetters on his wrists.
?Some of the detectives of the Treasury De
partment at Washington profess to have informa
tion hailing to the belief that only about one
hundred ami fifty thousand of the soven-thirty
bonds, alleged to be counterfeit, were put into
circulation. Eight apurions fifty dollar notes wort
also received recently at tbc Department, and at
tirst were passed as genuine notes, but were sub
sequently thrown out.
The Turning Tide.
To-morrow the annual elections will be held
in the States of New York, New Jersey, Dela
ware, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Wis
consin, Minnesota, Illinois, Kansas, Missouri,
and Nevada. At the elections of 18GG the
whole of these States.with the exception of
Maryland and Delaware, gave Republican ma
jorities; but there are sound reasons for believ
ing that the elections to-morrow will show a
considerable change in public feeling and party
Tho following table shows the total number
of votes cast, and the Radical majorities, at the
elections of lnsL year in the States named, and
the increase- in tho conservative vote required
to insure a conservative victory:
Vote to insure
Total vote Bad'l. Maj'y a Con servstive
State. in 1606. in 1666. Victory.
Massachusetts... 118.661 65,209 33.U00
New Jersey.129,499 1,695 800
New York.718,844 13,789 7,000
Kansas. 27,521 11.210 6,000
"Michigan.163,454 20,038 10,600
Minnesota.41,758 10,208 5,600
Illinois .350,093 55.9S7 28,000
Wisconsin.134,739 23.907 12.000
Missouri.103,145 21,229 11,000
Nevada. 9,163 1,090 550
This is upon the presumption that the total
number of votes cait will be about the same as
last year: and it will be seen how small an ad
vance in the conservative spirit will, in several
States, enable conserv tive men to carry the
Taxes ou Gross Receipts.
It is reported that the Military Commander
of this District, in consultation with the Gover
nor of the State, is preparing a tax bill to pro
vide for oarrying on the State Government
until civil authority is again established.
More than once it has been hinted that Gover
nor Orr was opposed to many of the features
in the tax bill of December, 1S0G ; and it has
been hoped that the new tax bill, to be issued
under the direction of General Oanby, would
be more equal, more moderate, and less dis
criminating, than that which is uow tying our
hands and choking our business. What the
provisions of the tax bill will be cannot new be
told: but, before deliberation upon it is ejded,
every -roice should be raised against a coatinu
ance of the present unwise and unjust tpx upon
gross receipts in trade.
A tax upon gross receipts is, in many in
stances, a tax upon losses, not gairs, in carry
ing on a trade or occupation. Whether the
profits be large or small there is the same
rigid tax upon the gross to' tl ; whether the
losses be great or little there is the same op
pressive tax. Surely legislat rrs do not intend
to tax that which a man has not. But this is
dene by tho tax on gross receipts ; for, although
there may be a positive loss of ten thousand
dollars upon a total business of one hundred
thousand, the tax must be paid upon the whole
one hundred thousand, and the loss is then in
creased, by taxation, to about thirteen thou
sand. This is cramping and fettering trade :
it is not encourag'ng and fostering the growth
What is wanted is a tax upon profits. Every
man is willing to pay, out of his profits, his
quota towards the support of the State ; but he
knows that he cannot do business at a loss and
live on the profit. If he makes hut a hundred
dollars he is willing to pay taxes upon that
hundred dollars; if he makes a thousand, or
ten thousand, ha is willing to pay taxes accord
ingly ; but he is not willing, and protests
against, being called on to pay a tux upon the
very transactions which have left him money
out of pocket ;?he is not willing to pay a tax
which is running him further into debt, and is
decreasing his expectation of being able to
carry on successfully the operations of another
Business now is dull enough, and it is not
tho part of wise men to add to the discourage
ments and doubts which press upon those who
are already in business ; nor is it judicious to
deter new men from embarking new capital in
our City and State. Goods are sold now at a
small profit, to force trade : men live economi
cal and frugally ; but it is useless for them to
do this if, in addition to the ordinary vicissi
tudes of the times, they must pay an onerous
tax, whether they make a profit or not.
The collection of taxes is in arrear ; and thifc
is mainly because every man rebels in his heart
against the existing tax laws. He will do all
that in him lies for his State; but he looks
upon her as his mother, his protectress, not as
his oppressor, who is to give the last blow that
shall wound him to commercial death.
N'cwspappr proprietors bear their burden
with the rest. They have small pay and little
praise ; bat if, in this matter, the)' can assist
our business men in obtaining relief from the
City and State taxes upon gross receipts, they
will have fulfilled their one great duty,?that Of |
advancing the public interest, and defending
the prosperity of our people.
Reverdy Jehmion Changes His Tnne.
Hou. Reverdy Johnson, of Marylaud, has
recently published, anonymously, an able pun
! phlet on the condition of the country. He at
tributes the disorganization of the countrj', and
the depression of the South, to the course pur
sued by Congress, and exposes the grounds
upon which that body assumes supreme con
trol over ten States of the American Union.
He shows the manner in which the South came
to be treated a belligerent, and says that the
idea of conquest by a government of its own
territory is ridiculous. Mr. Johnson argues
that Congress is acting without auy authority
derived lrcm the people of the United States,
and in direct contravention of the known will
of th<j people of the South. Mr. Stevens de
clares that his party is acting "outside of the
Constitution," and, if this be the case. Congress
may rule the South more absolutely than
Spain was wont to rule her colonies, and may
govern them, through all time, us it pleases.
Under the war powers of the Constitution Con
gress has no warrant for its assumptions, nor
has it any such warrant under the section
which requires the United States to guarantee
to every State a republican form of govern
ment. The right to regulate suffrage in the
States has only been asserted dttriug the lust
few years; and, if it be admitted. Congress
may provide for the whole, internal government
of every State, direct its educational system,
regulate its manufactures, and cancel its debts.
Consolidation is despotism:?a territory as vast
as the United States cannot be ruled by a sin
gle free Government. Now the South is with
out representation, her commerce is at a stand
still, it is attempted to place the negro upon an
equal footing with the white man, the Presi
deut is threatened with impeachment and sus
pension during trial,?"a measure which noth
ing but his patriotic forbearance can prevent
from terminating in another civil war. "
These are the utterances of an able man,
who so far forsook his principles as to advise
tho South to acquiesce ia military reconstruc
tion; and who now finds that there is no free
dom for this country, unies? the provisions and
stipulations of the compact between the State?
are scrupulously adhered to and observed
"Three Dollars ami Ninety-three Cents."
The aggregate wealth of Groat Britain is,
emitting tue cents, about thirty-six thousand
millions of d )llars; and the aggregate wealth
of the United States, the National "blessing"
being counted out, is about fourteen thousand
millions. In Great Britain the taxation is, in
all, ninety cents on the hundred dollars; and
in the United States the taxation, by the Fede
ral Government alone, is about three dollars
and ninety-three cents on the hundred dollars.
These are the- prices that are paid for being an
Englishman or an American.
An Englishman has some value for his
money. He may hurrah for the Queen, see
the State coach on grand occasions and have
his toes stamped off by Horse Guards' horses,
sleep securely at night, be sure of plenty of
rain, believe Britannia invincible, grumble at
everything and everybody, and, as a last re
source, write to the Times. This is something;
but it is nothing in comparison with what the
American receives, in return for that little bill
of three dollars and ninety-three cents upon
every hundred dollars.
The American may boast of the biggest
country, biggest rivers, biggest ships, biggest
armies, biggest wars, biggest rebels, biggest
debts, and biggest doubt and confusion. He
can soar on the wings of the National Eagle
to Alaska where the sun is visible about three
times a year: he can ride on the Pacific Rail
road, be scalped by^Indians, and buy for a
trifle a new head, as large as life and twice as
handsome; he can be blown up in the floating
palaces of the Hudson or Mississippi, or die
with indigestion at a railway dinner house; he
can boast of Broadway and say nothing of the
side streets; he can look at the ruined homes of j
ten millions of people and thank the Lord that
treason is punished; he can invent a machine
for making saw-dust out of new pine boards,
and make a fortune at the public expense; he
can buy pork in Cincinnati, speculate in thea
tres in New York, test cotton in the Carolinas,
taste sugar in Louisiana, drive cattle in Texas,
weigh grain in Chicago, chew tobacco in Vir
ginia, and pot a buffalo before breakfast in the
far Western wilds; he can^talk, and boast, and
fight, and work, and travel, and crow; nHd all
for the trifling consideration of three dollars
and ninety-three cents upon every hundred
It matters not that trade, commerce, and
manufacture languish; that taxation, Federal,
State, city or municipal, is breaking the backs
of business; that a political party is trying to
kick every vestige of wealth, and hope, and
comfort into the pitchy pit of Acheron. He is
still a loyal, treason-hating, tax-paying Ameri
can; and the glory and the greatness of the
sacred name are more than enough to wipe
out,?except upon the appearance of the mys
tic United States Revenue Collector,?the re
membrance of that unfortunate tax on happi
ness,?"three dollars and ninety-three cents
upon each one hundred dollars."
The Rochdale (Eng.) Eqt ble Ce-opera
tive Society has been in operation twenty-three
years. It began with twenty-eight members
and a subscribed capital of ?28. The members
now number seven thousand; the receipts for
goods sold during the past three months have
been ?G9,GGo, and the profits for that period
nearly ?10,000, while the assets of the society
amount to ?120,000. The society has eleven
groceries, one drapers and tailoring establish
ment, three shoe tbops, and the same number
of clogging shops. Their fixed stock, consist
ing of buildings, horses, carts, etc., is slated at
a nominal value of ?1G,4G0, but is in reality
worth more. They have eleven newsrooms s.nd
six thousand volumes, which are supported by
an allowance of two and a half per cent, from
all the net profits. The London Spectator re
marks that statistics, as a rule, are dull read
ing; but these contain the story of a peacefu
resolution which will literally renew the face
of the earth, as fur as the masses of the peopk
are concerned. One fact more must be men
tioned to show the vitality of the co-operative
system. Six years after the "Pioneer" started
it was found that money accumulated in theii
store beyond the immediate wants of the so
ciety. So some of the members formed a corn
mill society, which has nov , seventeen years
after its formation, a capital of ?82,0(Kl, am
is doing an annual business of ?400,000.
RlN-away-AND-c.'ome-back - AGAIN ARTFl'L
noDOF.it" Juarez has received another lease of
power and plunder. The vote for Diaz was
small, and the murderer of Maximilian is
President of Mexico. .1 tarez had the election
under his thumb. To him it was to say who
should run for the vacant position ; and, faith
ful to his former running, when bullets were at
the front, he has run himself into a place where
dollars are plentiful and speculative chances
abundant. Of course the new President will
issue a crowning proclamation, in which he
will promise all things to do nothing; this
will be followed by a Mexican loan that will be
as profitable to the receiver and leuders as
those which have gone before.
TO NS 0 RIAL
TAKES TBIS METHOD OF INFORMING BIS
friends and customers, and the public generally, that
he has removed from Meeting street, near the Mills
House, to NO. 93 MARKET STREET, North side, be
tween Meeting and King streets, where he his opened
the fluest and most FASHIONABLE SHAVING AND
HAIR DRESSING SALOON in Charlsston.
November 2 3
DR. H. P. GLEBES
HAS HIS OFFICE AT DB. T. K. 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. 14 South Bay, second house East ot King
October 28 mwf3
DURYEA & COHEN,
R S. DIR YEA. - - J. BARRETT COHEN?
OFFICE : LIBRARY BUILDING,
COR. BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS.
August 19 mf3mu
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MIM.EK.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
UREEWILLK, S. I?.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
W.M. A, HCRD.Ot New Orleans
W. F. CORKER Y.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
June 17 Cuio
STEVENS not SE, Nos. '41. '4.1,'4V> A NU '47
Broadway, N. Y.. opposito Bowling Green?Cn tho
European Plan.?THE STEVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to the travelling public. The location is es
pecially suitable to merchants and business men; it is in
dose proximity to the business part of the city?is on
the highway of Southern and Western travel?and adja
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
The STEVJENS HOUSE has liberal accommodation for
over 300 guests?it is well furnished, and possesses every
modern improvement tor the eoinfort and ontcrtainment
o| its Inmates. Tho rooms are spacious and well venti
lated?provided with gas und water?the at tendance is
prompt and respectful?and tho tal>lo is geucrounly pro
vided with every delicacy of the season at moderate rates.
The room9 having been reruraUhfd and remodeled, we
are enaV dto offer extra laclllttes for the comfort and
pleasure! -I our guests. GEO. K.'CHASE A CO.,
May 28 tinio Proprietors. I
kTXsVSTSD, A SITUATION AS COOK. TO
TT aasict in Washing and Ironing or light house work.
kptJj m EING STREET, West side, TWO DOORS
ffiOM SPRANG STREET. 1? November 1
WANTED.?TO INVEST THREE HUN
DRED DOLLARS, in some safe, lucrative busi
ioiw, which will give employment to the advertiser,
jtate buninoflB, with fuU name, and where an interview
may be had. Address T. J. H., Daily News office.
November 2 12
WASTED TO PURCHASE, A HORSE AND
CART. For pirticutars apply at No. 45 CANNON
3TREET, uaar Smith, from 2 to 4 o'clock P. IL
November 1 3
WANTED?SALESMEN IN EVERY COUN.
TY South, for an article in great demand; $500
made by one agent his first month. Address immedi
ately BLISS A MAC EATHRON, Lonisvllle, Ky.
October 31_ lmo
WANTED?A PARTNER WITH A CAPI
TAL of $4000, either active or silent. Business
will pay 30 per cent ou investment. Address E. J. H.,
City Posloflice. G October 31
WANTED?A SITUATION BY A COMPE
TENT BOOKKEEPER, from the 15th of Novem
ber. The best references given. Address SIGMA,
Daily News Office. 12 October 31
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE GRAY JACKETS,
And how they Lived, Fought, and Died for Dixie,
Incidents and Sketches of Life In tho Confederacy.
Sand for Circulars. Address
JONES BROTHERS k CO.,
Broad street, Atlanta, Ga.
October 21 lmo*
TO LET, PART OF A HOUSE IN PINCK
NEY STREET, No. 28, to a smaUl family without
children. A man doing business down town will find
this a desirable location. A suitable family can arrange
with the undersigned at the Lumber Yard, cornsr Bay
and Market streets. J. N. WOOD.
November 4 3*
TO RENT, THE DWELLING No. 60 RUT
LEDGE AVEiSUE, containing four rooms, pantry,
cistern, Ac. Tt rms, $300 per annum. Apply to A. D.
ESTILL, with Kendall A Dockery, Accommodation
Wharf. 1? November 4
COOPER RIVER LANDS OF AN ESTATE
FOR LEASE?POINT COMFORT PLANTATION,
on the Western branch of Cooper River, will be leased
for one year from 1st January, 1868. It contains 160
acres prime river swamp Rice Land, about 40 seres inlsnd
swamp Rico Lund, and 180 acres best quality upland, for
Cotton or Provisions. Applications lor lease wlU be re
ceived in writing to 1st December next, and submitted to
Masterin Equity forapproval. Conditions made known
on application to T. GRANGE SIMON8,
November 4 m5 Executor.
TO RENT, PART OP A HOUSE IN MEET
ING STREET, near the Battery, with kitchen, ser
vants' acccommodation, 4c. Apply, between the hours
of ten and two. at No. 6 MEETING STREET.
October 30 wfm3*
TO RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
No. 50 Cannon street, containing four square rooms,
dressing room and pantry, with double piazza; gas fix
tures throughout; stable, hay loft, carriage houso and
smoke house, all complete. Also, one two-story House
111 Uie yard, containing four square rooms. Possession
given on the 1st November. Apply on THE PREMISES.
October 19 nnw
1O KENT, THE FIRST FLOOR OF A
pleasantly located Residence below Broad street,
consisting of four fine Rooms, with Kitchen and Ser
vants' Rooms. Will be rented low to a permanent ten
ant Address J. 8. B., Lock Box No. 92, Charleston.
November 2 c
FARM TO RENT ON CHARLESTON NECK.
The RESERVED PORTION of a largo FARM on
Cooper River, six miles from the city, comprising about
Ton Acres of highly cultivated and profitable land, suit
able for market gardening. It contains one of the finest
country Dwellings in the State, suitable for a large and
respectable family, with every requisite outbuilding,
and facilities of reaching it by plank road, railway, and
byiwater. It enjoys an extensive view of the ocean and
Charleston Harbor, with Fort Sumter directly in front o(
the dwelling, which affords a charming family residence
until the middle of May. With a supply ot fire wood for
theismlly. R-nt$600per annum. Apply at THIS OF
TO RENT, FOUR OR FIVE ROOMS. WITH
or without Board, in a private family, In the lower
part of the city and on line of City Railway. Suited for
a family or single gentlemen. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
FOR SALE.?A SLOOP, TWO YEARS OLD,
well found in Sails, Rigging. Anchor and Chain, ca
pable of carrying 20 cords ot wood or 180L bushels of rice,
will be sold a bargain, if applied for Immediately. Apply
to JAMES L. BRANDT,
November 4 l* No. 16 Amtierst street
FOR SALE, THE STOCK AND GOOD
will of a Grocery Stand in the lower part of the
city. For particulars apply at Mr. H. L. HABENICHT,
No. 4 Tradd street, and Mr. F. ENTLEMAN, corner
Church and Tradd streets. November 2
T7IOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
Jj QUANTITY, price 75 cents per hundred. Apply at
the Office of the DAILY NEWS. lmo Cctober 28
STRAYED INTO FARM ON THE RACE
Course, back of the Club House, a REO COW, with
white legs and branching horns. The owner can have her
by paying expenses. 1* November 4
G0 PAR TN ER SH IPS._
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED
into a Copartnership, under the name and style of
McMILLAN A JOWITT, for the purpose of conducting
the BOOK and JOB PRINTING, snd BOOK BINDING
business, st No. 33 H syne street
JAMES W. MCMILLAN.
! had. C. JOWITT.
Charleston, November 1, 1867.
November 4 6
?, MULKA1 HAS REMOVED HIS TOBACCO BUSI
. NESS from No. 136 Meeting street to Messrs.
S LEY k CREIGHTON'S WHOLESALE STORE, Nos.
143 snd 145 EAST BAY, where he has now on band, and
on tho way, direct from Manufacturers, a large and varied
assortment of MANUFACTuBED TOBACCO, in X, X,
>i, and whole boxes; Fine Virginia SMOKING TO
BACCO, in 6 lb. bales. Price, $1.60 each. Scotch and
New York SNUFFS, in boxes.
Factors and Planters are respectfully requested to call
snd see my prices before purchasing elsewhere. Fresh
supplies every week.
N. B.?J. Green's GENUINE DURHAM SMOKING
TOBACCO, in bags of about 30 lbs. each.
November 1 fin'-'
REMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. 48 BROAD STREET, until further no
tice. G?O. RIVERS WALKER,
October 30 H. M. Acting Consul.
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
private family, st No. 45 EAST BAY, near the
Battery. Terms $8 per week. wfhi October))
BOARDING.?A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with BOARD in a private fami
ly. Apply at No. > GEORGE STREET. Terms mode
rate;_ October 24
I7URST CLASS BOARD WITH COMFORT A
' BLY furnished rooms, can be bad at No. 1 SO
CIETY STREET. lmo October 9
BOARDING.?EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying st No.
434 KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, nesr
the Citadel. The Street Cars psse the door every ton
minutes. 3mo October 7
STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL AND
convenient in tho dty, st very reasonable prices,
for COTTON, RICE. SALT, FERTILIZERS. Ac. Ac. In
surance, when desired, ss low as any in the city. Apply
to GEO. W. CLARK k CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets.
EDGERT0N & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHS. CASSIMEHtS AND VEST
INGS, which they are prepared to make up, OR WILL
SELL BY THE YABD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
BUOH AS :
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, SHAKSPEARE COL
Merino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Duke of Edinburgh Cravat Tics
Suspenders, Kid Gloves
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Cotton Half Hose
English Silk Umbrellas, etc.
ALL OF WHICH 1DEY WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IiN FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR
LET, of direct importation Horn Liverpool, which we
offer at Wholesale and Retail, at a considerable reduction
from import cost, or as low as the interior article of
American Flannels. They are all Wool, without mixture
of shoddy, and are admirably adapted tor Ladles' Balmo
Nos. 314 AND 34 BROAD STREET.
J HI. BR4DS?REET FM,
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. jjC.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent
STEAM UAS FITTER AND J'LUr?BKR,
I>LAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXiUB'E.s, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPrLV \T.
TENDED TO. No. 118 KING S I'REET,
August:*! Between Broad sud Queii, streets. I
SOLOMOS'S LODGE. No. L A.'. F.?. M.?.
THE MONTHLY COMMUNICATION WILL BE
holden in Masonic Hall, TkU Evening, tho 4th Inst,
U 7 o'clock. Members acd candidates tor degrees will
By order of tie W.-. M.-. R. H. WERNER,
October 4_ 1* Secretary.
HKLMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE COH
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OP
the Company TkU (Monday) Evening, the 4th inst,
at the Hall, at 8 o'clock precisely.
By order. WM. H. ARMSTRONG,
November 4 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER COM
PANY, NO. L
THE REGULAR MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY
will be held This Erening, (Monday,) November 4,
1867, at 7 o'clock, at the usual place. By order,
WM. D. DAVIS.
November 4 1
Commencing Wednesday, 6th.
MAGICIAN AND VENTRILOQUIS
Dance of Fairy Children.
Admission 60c.; Children under 12 years 25c. Seats
will be reserved fur Ladies. November 4
INE ABENDUNTERHALTUNG WIRT) MONTAG,
den 4ten November, stattfinden. Anfang 8 Uhr.
EINTRITT?$1. DTE COMMITTEE,
Novomber 1 fm2
FOR THE BUILDING OF AN EPISCOPAL
CHURCH AT FLORENCE. S. C.
rE LADIES WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THIS
CHURCH have determined to hold a FAIR, on the
12th, 13th, 14th and 16th of November at the MASONIC
Arrangements are being made to have a CONCERT or
CHARADE the hut two nights.
Dcora open at 10 o'clocx each day, and 7 o'clock each
evening. Admittance 25 cents.
Any donation or contribution will be thankfully re
ceived. 17 October 28
YOUNG LADIES' COLLEGIATE INSTI
THE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMES HAVE CAUSED
the Commissioners of the State Normal and High
School to use the building as a Free School. Tho State
Normal and High School, as now organized, will therefore
be trat sferred, under the title of the YOUNG LADIE.V
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, to the commodious building
on the north side of George street, No. 28, one door west
of King street, opening OCTOBER 2d, 1867.
Tuition in the Preparatory Department, $12.60, per
half session, or $50 per annum; in the Collegiate Depart
ment, $15 per half session, or $60 per annum. French,
Drawing, and Vocal Music, are included in the regular
coarse. Latin, Greek, German, Italian, Spanish, In
strumental Music and Painting, are extra, at moderate
A limite! number of Bosrder-i will be received at the
Institute. Board, $30 per month, or $300 per annum,
including WasLing, Lights, Fuel, etc. 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.
HOLMES, Lecturer on Geology and Natural Hit tory;
L A. FRAMPTON, M. D., Professor of Modern Lan
guages i Professor WM. M ASTE RM AN, Instructor in
Vocal Music; Miss MARY C. MOOD, Instructress in
Drawing and Painting; Miss LAURA M. HILL, Instruc
tress in English Branches.
September 2 mthlmos
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COMPANY.
OFFICE COB. BROAD AND EAST BAY STREETS, i
Charleston, 8. C? November 4, 1867. |
AN ELECTION FOR EIGHT DIRECTORS OF THIS
Company will be held This Day, in accordance with
The Polls will he open from 10 to 2 o'clock.
By order. 8. W. RAMSAY,
November 4 1 Sec'ry and Treas'r.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SU PE RLNTLNDENT'S OFFICE, ?
Charleston, -. C, October 3, 1867. )
ON AND AFTER OCTOBEli THE 6TH, 1867, THE
PASSENGER TRAINS on the 6 r.uth Carolina Rail
road will run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston tor Columbia. 4.30 A M
Arrive at KingvlUe.1LL7 A M
Leave Klngville.11.40 A M
Arrive at Columbia. 1.10 P M
Leave Columbia.10.00 A M
Arrive at KingvlUe.11.35 A M
Leave Klngville.12.05 P M
Arrive at Charleston.7.05 P M
Leave Charleston for Augusta.10.40 A M
Arrive at Augusta.7.40 PM
Leave Augusta. 3.40 AM
Arrive at Charleston.12.20 P M
The Passenger Train on the Cam den Branch wlU con
nect with Up and Down Columbia Trains, ana Wilming
ton and Manchester Railroad Trains on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
NIGHT EXPRESS, FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AC
COMMODATION TRAIN will run as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia.6.40 P M
Arrive at Columbia. 6.00 A M
Leave Columbia.3.00 P M
Arrive at Charleston. 3.20 A M
Leave Charleston for Augusta. 7.30 P M
Arrive at Augusta.6.60 AM
Leave Augusta.4.10 P M
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 AM
H. T. PEAKE,
October 4 tmwlmo General Superintendent
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 papers under Auction Column.
WM. MoKAY.JOHN CAMPBELL.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
HAVE THEIR WHOLESALE PROVISION STORES
No. 271 EAST BAY, between Hasel and Went
wortb, next to C. W. SE1GNIOUS' Coal Yard; have al
ways on hand a full supply of FRESH SMOKED BACON
SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS, Ac, 4c, at lowest market
N. B.?City and country buyers wiU find it to their ad
vantage bgiving us a call previous to purchasing.
October 29 tul mth_
roberFIi?re & co.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
of COTTON, RICE OR NAVAL STORES, to Liver
pool, London and Glasgow, and to Northern ports.
October 29 _lmo
lt. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO
tar Auction or HORSES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
JOHN & THEO. GETTY,
NO. 4M EAST BAY',
WUl maks LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGN
M cNTS OF COTTON to our Iiiends in N?w York, tc.
October 9 lmo
WILLIAH II, GILUUM 4 M,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. :t:l HAY.NK STBEET.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, MflMi ?ERCHANT8,
WILL A1 TEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
SUll MEN! (to Foielgn and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON. RICE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHlSOf.M
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY !
ft OA A A A TO LOAN ON FIRST CLASS COL
roZU-UUU LATERALS. Apply to
, 1 ANDREW M. MOREUND, Broker.
November 4 1 No. S Broad I treat.
PHILIP H. KE?LER.
NO. 10 BROAD STREUT.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOR SALE ON NEW YORK, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.?BILLS DRAWN ON
ALL THX PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE.
GOLD, SILVER. SECURITIES, BANK NOTES Ac,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTIONS MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
BONDS, STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
THE ABOYE BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET
rates, by ANDBREW M. MOREL AND.
Broker, No. 8 Brood street
September 20 fmwimo
LIFE IM1RJME MM.
OFFICE IN REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREET.
"WORLD MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CD,"
OF NEW YORK,
Piedmout Heal Estate Insurance tapy,
FOB LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
JT. ALFRED CAY,
November *_lmo_Charleston, 8. C.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL. ?10,000,000 IN GOLD.
mmS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
JL against loss or damage by Ore on BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDIZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, RENTS,
Ac., at established rates.
Losses promptly paid, without reference to England.
GIBBES A CO., Agents,
October 28 mruBmo NO. 10 AdgeTs South Wharf.
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN)
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $60,000!
99 Prizes of . .$1,000
63 Prizes of..400
155 Prises of..900
220 Prizes of..195
1 Prize of..$50,000
1 Prise of..$0,000
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 bedrawnatCovington, Kentucky,
NOVEMBER 15th, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12 ; HALYES, $C ; QUARTERS. $3;
The chances are far more favorable to draw prizes in
this than in any other Lottery in the world. 'Purchasers
of Lottery Tickets should always examine the tchemes.
Prizes paid in full without discount
Official drawings sent each purchaser.
Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing money with lull sddrees.
?9*All o'ders for tickets, schemes, and Information to
be sddre*<?? to K. T. PETERS.
United States Licensed Agent
Key Box 62, Charleston, fl. C. 1
Office No. 90 Hasel street
MIC 0RPHA1' HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
Great Extra Scheme,
CAPITAL PRIZE $20,000,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
$60,000 in Prizes to be
TICKETS ONLY 01 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 DRA W $30,000!
THE GRAND SCHEME,
To be drawn at Atlanta, Ua,, Not.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
1 Prize of.$60,000 9 Prizes of...$9,500
1 Prize of.. 95,000 18 Prizes of.... 500
1 Prize of. 10,000 55 Prizes of... 950
3 Prizes of... . 5,000 150 Prizes of... 900
54 APPROXIMATION PRIZES AMOUNTING TO
30,000 NUMBERS.518 PRIZES.
TICKETS $12. HALVES $6. QUARTERS $3.
The above Brilliant Scheme is worthy the attention of
the public. Its management is under the control of gen
tlemen of the highest standing in our midst, and in the
Masonic fraternity. The c harter of this Lottery is from
the State of Georgia, and bonds given for the payment of
All Prizes paid withoutdiscount.
Official Drawings sent ?ach purchaser.
All Prizes Cashed at this Office.
sy Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to
orders by simply enclosing money with full address.
S3- All orders for Tickets, Schemes, and information
tc be addresspd to
JAMES KERR, Manager's Agent
Lock Box No. 681, Charleston, S. C.
Office: No. 2(1 BROAD STREET. October 14
FOR THE MILLION!!
[WILL SEND, POST-PAID, 50 PHOTOGRAPH? OF
tbe moat celebrated Actors tor 00 cents; 50 Actresses
lor 60 cents; 60 Union Generals lor CO cents; 60 Rebel
Generals for 60 cents; 50 Statesmen for 50 cents; 50 beau
tiful young Ladies Mr 60 cents; 60 fine-looking young
aentlemeu for 50 cents; ? large Photographs ot French
DsucIuk Girls, In costume, beautifully colored, exactly as
they appear, tor 50 co?ta; or for 50 cents, 0 ol the mi*t
beautiful Ladles of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, as they
iil'pear in the play ol the Black crook, st Nlblo's Garden,
Ssnd all orders to ?. O. Box 177, Tr y, N. V.
May 13 lyr
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
QAA BOXES TOBACCO
OVJKJ Hollands "Golden Aget"
Patrick's ? ?Spotted Tiger" ^ Very ehoice.
Crumpton 4 Sons "Morning f-tar")
"Sublett," "Frank Ermln" and other brandi.
100 barrels and cases SMOKING TOBACCO
"bill a kp"
"BOUGH AND BEADY"
^_ "AMBULANCE," Arc
On consignment, direct from minuftcturers, and of
fered for sale "In hood" or "tax paid "
November 4 2 Ko. 161 East Bay street^
EXTRA WEIGHT AND WIDTH, AT RE
100 ?I0UNNY CL0TH
In lots to suit purchasers.
For sale by ISAAC E. HERTZ A CO..
November 4_2_Ho. 201 Eut Bay.
HENRY C0BIA & C&T
No. 26 Yendue Bange,
OFFER FOR SALE
Or HHDS CHOICE C.B. SIDES
4d 20 hhds. choice Shoulders
40 tierces prime Hams
100 tuba Lard
60 barrels Mesa Fork
100 barrels Sugar, various grades
25 tierces choice Molasses
20 barrels "Honey" Syrup
Coffee, Candles, Starch, 4c, 4c.
S SSTeoO. ! HEMP HOPE
so bales Heavy Gunny Cloth.
w fill 3
r*r\f\ SACKS, IN PRIME OltDEE, FOB SALE
OUU low fron: the Wharf, by
STREET, BROTHERS 4 CO..
November 2 3 No, 74 Eaat Bay.
MOSS I MOSS!!
rpHE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE WILL BE PAID
X for good BLACK MOSS. Prices 4c, made known
on application to E. DA VXD,
No. 77 Market Street,
South Side, Nearly Opposite Market flalL
September 23_mi too
?\(\ BALES PURE HEMP, JUST RECEIVED PER
? U ship Chattanooga,
IN STORE I
60 bales "EWAN," superior quality?1%, IX, 1ft Iba.
to the yard.
For sale by W. C. BEE 4 CO.,
Corner Vanderhorsf 1Vharf and East Bay.
November 1 zmwS
CORN, SHINGLES, BRICKS, &e,
1?AA BUSHEL'S CORN
XOUU 60,000 Cypress Shing es
60.000 Carolina Brida
A lot of Spirit Barrels
Bagging and Rope.
For sale by
8HACKEIJrORD 4 KELLY,
October 30_No. 1 Boyce'i Wharf
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST Dl THE CITY IS TO BE
found at GEO. W. CLARK 4 00.*S
September 18 No. 199 Eaat Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
?\[\ BBLS. WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
_ U\J qualities and prices
600 cases Claret Wines
100 cases Schiedam Schnapps
100 casks Brandy, Gin, Jamaica Rum. St. Croix Rom,
New England Rom, Sherry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira
Wine, 4c, 4c.
1000 dozen of the above In cast*. For sale by
September y_ GEO. W. CLARK A 00.
SALT, SYRUP, &c.
1 ?fiA SACKS 8ALT FOR SALE, IN LOTS TO
XOUU suit purchasers, at 1 mm than market rates.
600 Bine Grit Grindstones.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 barrels Sugar.
1000 kegs Nails.
600 bags Shot,
1000 boxes Tf erring.
100 boxes Starch.
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco, 4c, 4c
For sale by GEO. W. CLARK 4 CO.
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
-I f\(\ BALES GUNNY CLOTH, EXTRA HEAVY.
J.UU 100 Rolls Gunny Cloth. Extra Heavy.
Just received. For sale low md m lots to suit, by
September 16_GEO. W. CLARK 4 CO.
1 AA COLLS MANILLA ROPE.
1 UV7 200 Col?s Hemp Rot*.
200 Coils Ju te Rope.
Just received and for sale cht ap for cash, by
September 16_GBO. W. CLARK 4 CO
BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
1 fi fii\ BOXES ABMY BBF.AD.
1UUU For sale by G.'ZO. W. CLARK 4 CO.
8eptemb( r 18
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
-J^Q BARRELS JUST RECIXVED OF THAT 02LE
I BRA TED ALE. by
GISO. W. CLARK 4 CO.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
the Manufacturer H. OLUCUS,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
September 24 imo
LEA & PERRINS'
of a letter from a
at Madras, to his
"Tell LEA 4 PEC
kins il*t their SAUCE
is hlghlj* esteemed in In
dia, and s.lnmy opinlorj,
the moift palatable, as
well aa the most whole
.some SAUCE that is
The success of this most delicious and unrivallel cos
dlment having caused many unprinupled derlers to
apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the Pnuc Is
rtsptctfully and earnestly requested to see that the nams
of Lea 4 Pehbins are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE
LEA 6i PERRINS, Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
October 19 fmwlyr
10 be the OSLY
COLGATE & CO.'S
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale by all Grocers.
October 21 3mo
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
ncroBTxm and dealeb ut
Pine Groceries, Choice Teas, Etc.. Etc,
NOS. 260 and 282 GBEENWICH-ST., COR. OF MUR RAX
0IIS, PAINTS, ET8.
OAK LEATHER BELTING.
A F?LL STOCK OF
HOTT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMAND FOR THIS BELTING DU
RING, Colonel L M. HATCH'S Agency, Is sufficient gua
ran tee for its qualities.
For sale at New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 126 MEETING STREET,
Imo Charleston. S. 0.
WHITE LEAD il IM PAIffi.
2Q (JQQ leaj) PHEMI?M P?RE WHITE
IO.OjO lb?, pure Philadelphia White Lesd
8,000 lbs. New York White Lead
6,0C0 lbs. pure French White Zinc
1U.0O? lbs. Washington Medal White Zinc
8,000 lbs. Franklin Snow White Zinc.
All of the above for sale low by
HOLMES 4 CALDER,
October 24 Imo_No. 126 Meeting street
OIL ! OIL! OIL!
I /tA/l OALLON9 PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
OUU MO gallons Winter Bleached Whale Oil
800 gallons No. 1 Lard Oil
600 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
800 gallons White Oak Oil
800 gallons pure Nsatafoot Oil
700 gallons English Linseed Oil
400 gallon. Boiled Tfnilffirt Otl.
For sale low st holmes * caxdek.
October 24 Imo No. 136 Meeting street'
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