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WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6,18S7.
NEWS SU Xl'A RY.
Cotton sales in N;w York 2000 balee at 18 a 13je.
for Middling Uplands.
Gold was q lOied at 110?.
Cottoa closed at 8 j in Liverpool for Uplands.
- ir. Hutohasou, cotton dealer of ?-ivoipoo:
and Messrs. Low.a Bros., of London, have stopped
-The building improvements this year in Balti?
more Live boon considerably larger iban for many
-The Kontucky R ilroad ia nearly completed to
the Tennessee SU tc lino. It pasaos ti rough im?
mense coal beds.
-I<unitration is beginning anew. Six hundred
steerage pas3en?rer? arrived at New York on Satur?
day by ono steamer.
-Queen Victoria has written to Lord Derby, eug
gesta.g tba a fitting provision should be made for
the w dow i-f Profes or Faradty.
-John B. Easthani (white Radical), elected to
the Virginia Ccnvei.tion fiona Louisa county, has
sent in his resignation to General Schofield.
-At Boston tho failure of a lan-e fish realer in
Commerce street is reported. The liabilities aro
stated at $120,COO, with assets estimated at $?0,00.
-Tuo Mexicans oaf? talion to manufacturing
rifljd guns, and claim that tiioso manufacturer,
in Oaxaca ai e equal to thoso imported from abroad.
-A New Or.eaus gentleman oflbrs a reward for h
physiciaa who wiii acknowledge that he has lom
more tuan half a doaeu pititnts during the opi
- Tuurbw Weet!, according to a rumor ourrent
in New York, baa d.sposed of bis interest in tnt
Oomuieroial Advertiser, and is geing to Washing?
ton *o Uve.
-By a recent invention in Germany concussiorir
of the air are made visible. Iba intensity and du?
ration of tnundcr oaa thus be accurately measureo.
by th eve.
-It has been decided by a Philadelphia court
that cast.rj< tho rdLctioa of tuo sun i to a lady't
eyes is asaauit and batcery, and malus tuo ofieude.
bab.e to le^al punishment.
- Areal estate agent ia Baltimore, represent:: g
some Frcncu capitalists, wishes to puxcaaae 60 OIK
lo 100,000 acres O? land in North Georgia, for a oo.
ony ot settlers Irona that couatry.
-Professor Ouver Wendell Huimos bas taken u;
bis abode in Alontreal. Ho is to wa.t th.-ru tia Uk
''Guaxuaaa Aagoi" appears flora London. He doc-s
this to oocoro tao Ingush copyrigat.
-lhere is once muru taut of reba.li:ntr thc
Lin-ell Hotel at ot. Louis. Ono gout.eniau ofi'.-r ?
to subscribe $7?0?0. Tue property adjacent tu
the ru.OJ nw vvty much dup:so.ated sii.ee the
-The manufacture of oheo=e oa a very exten
8ive scale wul aooa ba cu...c ci a; 6a.tv.ue, i..
Washnagtua Comity, V.rgiaia, by Mr. Palmer, lt
<s proposed, we loam, to nave six uu.iurea oowo
iront which to yb: L. the milk reqinied.
-"Rovolat: ms never yo baekwara" used to be a
favor.to maxim of tao Radicaos. Tao d.dnou.ty oi
ita application lay oa.y ia ueterauning what was
a revolution and ?hat wasn't. There is a liveiy
spsoi uen of one now in progress.
English woman, ia a London magazine,
says .hat tue people ox this country, particular^
in -New Yolk, aie tao politest ana boat dressed sac
ever saw. Our wunieu aro very pretty and very
Freud, according to ta? same authority.
-Mr. George E. Barrett, the sarewdest horse
dealer ia Connecticut, is uead. bu was very
roopuiar among his neighbors, never tasted liquor
or used tooacoo, was never on a ste&mbo .t, auu
only once ia a ia?way oar, and h ved ah his life ia
tb? same houa?.
-There is a new magician io London, named
Rubua, one ol whose muka is to out off the heaa
of a young lady and carry it to ti.e bte* o? the
stage, wacrs ae uuveiis it, and wuexe, at his bid?
ding, it itdii '-saea to tae audience niora! and uidac
-AFreujusaoan/ has propounded the theory
that phospuoresceace is du J to the omissiou w
light ?>r*viuualy ? bashed. He finds that porous
substances that have been exposed to li*ht have a
doOomposing action un eaits o. silver when p-actxi
iu contact with them .n the dark.
-Miss Louisa Kedugg, aa American prix a donna,
made uer first appearance in Eu:ope. at du
Majesty's lau-tc, recently, as Margaret, in the
Faust Tho Fiiace ol Wales was prooeu* a d the
house waa fiaod w;ih aa auiienou br.ibaat, cnuoai
and enthusiastic Hor sucooas waa complete.
-Tao ? rta American Review tor October con?
tains an artcle oa the "Civil Servioo ot tao Uaito
Swtee." It deaaiboa .bo condition of trna ssrvioe
es uepiorabie, and as fitted to produce in ah de?
partment* ?f the Goverumeat the greatest possi
b_e amount of irresponsibility and incspacity.
-Harper's Magazine tor November, ia aa arti
tide ou the Great Show at Paris, advocates m.a
oegenatiou without acmplo as a necos&ny. "Wo
cold whito foiks of the North and Northwest
paling and ever paling, will oae dav need the reaa
loro&ment ol this swart force, thia warm genius,''
- adame Lt a sa Kapp-Young made bar cebnt
at tho New Yo.k Avadamy, ou Wednesday eve
rung, as ' Selika," m Meyerbeer's ' l'Afr.caine,"
and rr. ated a very favorable imcr^ssioa. Sho ia a
young German lady, pretty ana occoaipha'aed,
wita a rich and exceedingly mellow soprano voioa
of groat power.
-There is a Mormon missionary at Colombia,
Tann. The Herald thinks 'it is a pretty good jc?e
on Tcuae-eoe to have a missionary so:.t here from
Utah. But Brownlow has given the State such a
r?putation t .a: ooo can hardly be surprised at any
treatment sao may receive. Poor a.d State 1 Sae
is eutiued to pity and oommisseratiou.'*
-The Empress Eugenio was to preside, on the
27th ultimo, at the distribution of rewards de?
creed by the Society for the 1 rotecticu of Apprea
ticee and Chddrea engaged in M&aufacturus, lo
anon persons as have by tueir exertion tc dod to
improve the morai and material ouaditiuu of ohd
dren occupiea ia various depar.ments of i.. du s try.
-A Gennaa pa^er says taat Prasaiaa so.diers,
acoording to a roguiatiou, salute Lae iuspeoiiug
effioer during parade, pronouncing in oonoort
?torgo*,"- aa sbbxeMatioa of guttut Jf.roe.t,
at thu esme tune giving tie oilioer his utle. The
officer replies, "Good morning, my oaLdren," aud
the iaspoctiou goos on. Tae abovw story como?,
bj way of Franco.
-Oae thousand labo.-wro are wanted at oooe tc
sooomenoo work on tae Selma, Roma aaa Dalton
Bauroad, at Rome, aud Bloc Mona ta ia, Ala. Six
thousand tous of rail have been purohaoed, and
wtJ be doh ver od ia fivo moathiy iastahueuts. com
menomg January lat, I8??-aalf at Ouarieetoa,
and half at Mobile. It is proposed to hava trams
Huming through to Borne by Joly 1st, 18o8.
_Di clous' leadings iu New Yoik be.^ia Decem?
ber 9L His selectious for tho drat eveuiag wul be
"Tho Christmas Caroi" aud tho trul of "BardeL
ea. PiattWick," from tho P.o?w?ck Papers. Tao
prices of aduiesion wil. ba 91.?O, au J half a dollar
.atta wdi bo charged for rcst.rved seat?. Mr.
Diokena luteuds to road four eveniugs e^ou vr&m,
grvitg also, poesib.y, a tnalttiM, and h.s otay m
the couatiy will bojumitod to ita ?ty weeks.
-Two more butchers' shops for tue sale of
boree flssu as au artioio of human ?bod have beou
opened in Paiia, wuxh tringa up the uunibor Oi
these estabhaameats ia the ai ty to suveuteeu or
fight36a. Fer "primo oata"ihe modest pr.03 of
twenty-two eoaa ia doma .dod per pound, that is
to say, about twenty oeuts of our mo^ey. Many
ot tho poor wuo reoeivo rohef from tho bureem, oi
enanty ar? mrnished with ticket? for yotaoe aud
?tapido da caetkit,
-A capael eaneatore saddenlv made ?te appear*
anea on the wah of tue Paria Bourse th - odier
day. It was urawa m chalk, aad represented Na?
poleon UL as Baudin oa tae tight-rope, with
B.amarok oa ono end ol bia balaaoe polo sad Gan
be>di on tho other; while tee Empress stood ua
deraaath, wringiag ba.- nauds and crying ?if//t
Die.-, tl va tomber J" (My God, he ia g^og ^
trimble!) Ino polioe found out thc authur, a
broker** clerk, and Invited' his employer to di?
ni s him, T^e iuntation was oompiied with of
-. .ag Rassiaua, who, a dos on years ago, were
ashamed to speak or write in Bussiaa, luve uow
become to outrageously natioaal that they employ
their unknown tongue oven in dipJomatm docu
panffs ip which there would really be aomo ex?
cuse tor replacing it by France. Ibo Emperor
Alexander's ratification ie in Russian, but as it
night just as trail bo in Chinese, & fly-losi giving
I Frroch translation bas been tacked on to lt.
The Kins of Italy employa tho n tio al lancuag?,
ind tbe Emperor of Aaatrta, In his ratifloatioa still
preserver th: u?e of tho Lita, tho traditional of?
ficial lnngnapo of the Holy Roman Empire.
-AUirniin? r.uiiure arc in ciro tlatiou iu Aut
n-oro is to thc critical state ot the dykes m Hoi?
land. It is asserted that the we tragt? of thc East
ssrn bravea, oft o Scheldt, m altering ino course
af ha river, has acted in a disastrous manner on
i>n trio dykes. They aro menaced on several
points, and they must all bo strengthened, au im
uenso'abor which viii cod millions and perhaps
cannot be finished tn time to prevent a disas'er.
-Tho New York Timos says: ' We trust that
che Southera blacks will PCB to it that those can?
didates for Congress of their own color whom they
may support, are men of ability, reason, ssnee aud
character. We consider thia warning necessary
oooaus^ wo notice that tho wbi;o men whom they
have uio3t prominently sustained in tho recent
elections arc not cf this bud. Tho foremost, of
them aro wild, ravin*?, incoadiary demagogues.
Oa tho other band many of the blaoh moa: bera of
tiie COP.V. niton aro very scasiblo, rospootable per?
sona-not much versed, perhaps, in o.natitutionalt
,aw, or tho arts of government, or tho philosophy
sf btate.-maiisbip. bat yet possessed of a fair
tniuunt o? common aense. Tho oolorod voters
?nay perlaps think tha: mon ol' this kind have
.ess chance of bcin^ favorably received in Con?
.?;ros8 than blac* Hujnicuts ; but even ir th a were
the ca?O, theso votora would do themselves honor
by deo ting reasonable and sensible repreaenta
Counting *:oees In Sonto, Carolina.
An official tabular statement in another
column exhibits the results of the registration in
i his State, under thc military regime established
t>y Cougress. The whole number of registered
voters is 125,386, of whom 46,751 are whites
ind 7'"',5S5 blacks. Thc negro majority in
! South Carolina is therefore 35,834. Out of the
thirty-one districts ?D the State there are but
:iinc in which the whites numerically prepon
ierate on the registry lists. These are Ander
-on, Chesterfield, Greenville, Horry, Lancas?
ter, Lexingtou, Marion, Pickcns and Spartan
urg Districts; and even in theso tho white
nsjoritic3 are generally inconsiderable The
tpproaching revision of the lists may slightly
change the figures given; but there is no rea?
son to believe that it will substantially affect
the general rosult.
"Hydras and Chimeras Lire."
England hus dipped ncr hand into the Abys?
sinian pie, and msy already feel inolined to
?vithdraw her sacred, nipping, fingers. Parlia
nent is called on to vete supplies, a veteran
general recommends au army of reserve; and
.nero ia every indication that the African cru?
sade will end in litt lo glory and less profit.
The last of tho transport fleet has sailed, and
uas passed the Cs pe of Good Hope. Brave are
he red-coats and eager for the fray, and it is
.xpected thut active operations-cool weather,
tard marching, and hot fighting-will begin
'oefore the beginning of December.
Toere is one difficulty, however, wbioh has
tot been overcome, and it 1: but the first of
nany Copper-colored Emperor THEODORE is
?ard to g?r at. There arc but three practica?
ble routes into the interior of the Abyssin an
bim ire; and it seems that, as in the cape of the
egendary Arkansas traveller, whichever ono
ts taken will be believed to be worse than
?ither of the other two.
Fifteen thousand troops will lave to be fed
ind munitioned. There must be reserve de?
pots and nngaxines of supplies. And th?
worst of it all is that, when all is ready, the ex?
pedition will have to march an unknown cum?
ber of miles, throu h an unknown country and
unknown danger, to find their vuliai t foe.
They wil certainly meet with the hornless
-.heep and snorting hippopotamus, as well as
buffalo, or codils, hyena, lion, elephant and
bear. They will u.ake the acquaintance of a
two-horned rhinoceros, twenty feet long ser?
pents, and stinging flies, whose bite is mad
ucss or death. They will meet with sand,
jungle, torment and botheration. All this is
jertain; but they may, in addition meet with
.tydras, and unicorns, and mermaids, and men
with eyes between their shoulders.
Nb wonder that the troops want cheering and
heartening. They will fight for the English
captives, but they know that tho first overt
blow may be the signal for the murder of their
imprisoned countrymen. This lowers their
mettle, excites the good folks at home, and
causes tha whole business to meet with but re?
luctant approbation. However, if BARNUM
I were there he could make a fortune. A real
live two-horued, rampageous, ferocious Abys?
sinian rhinoceros, as he apr.eared in his
native land when attacking the perfidious in?
vaders of his private jaugle, would draw better
than the French opera or unintelligible Ris
ruRi. It is n t too late to send a special
agent. The expedition, so far, is but a jest; it
may becomo seriouH, tragic, earnest.
Mon. Gerrin Smith again takes np his Pen.
The Hoa. GEBBIT SMITH, an original aboli?
tionist, and a man who bears the reputation of
being disinterested and sincere, has again
tuken pen in hand for the benefit of the ear
clogg d people of the South. His last effusion
is addressed to tho Hon. HEBSOBELL V. JOHN?
SON, of Georgia; ard, in it, he replies to seve?
ral assertions made in a letter written lately
by that gontlcman.
Mr. SMITH says that the North does not wish
to puni-h the South. Thia is u question of
fact; sad the North ches punish the South,
whether she wishes it or not. All this para?
phernalia of market uni bayonet, sash and
epaulette, registration and election, disfran?
chisement aa i ruin, is punishment acoordlng
t . our understanding; and when the North up?
sets th;> wbolo combination, and checks the
speed of tao mirtary machine, it will be time
to believe that sh ) is thoroughly in earnest in
her charitable asseverations.
?esides this, Mr. Jaira says, that the wer
was no: a. defensive one on tho part of the
South. ThiB matter, like the definition of
treason, Is generally decided by final recuits.
If a min is in your house, and you take him
by the collar and torn him out, you havo vin- '
dicated jour right to your property; but if the
man returns with all his family, drives you
Into theare t, and bars the door behind you,
a? has re-vindicated his right, and will hold
possession a .til you can eject him by stretegy
or foroe. If the South had been successful,
the world would have a Imltted that she bad
icted puroly on the defensive;-as ?ho was un?
successful, sho must submit to being oalled the
beginner of rebellion.
Another point of Mr. SMITH'S letter ia that
regarding tho negro; a poiut upon which
there are at iea?t two decide . opinions. Mr.
?MI7H says: "You ch.irga the North with u
aoheme of 'ncgroiiing the Southern States,'
ind subjecting tiiom to 'aegro rule.* There
may, possibly, be here aad there a Northern
negro who would fall iu with such a soheme;
but I am certain that there is not one white
aan who would. Mos: of thc Northerners
would have whites rule in every p.irt of the
land; and ws, who make up the remainder,
tvould leave the people of ?very seotion free to
jhoose whore they will for rulers-black, waite
This may be oorrect in theory, bat it is not
,et showa ia practice. It is true that the
S'orthera people would reject, and etatup down,
iegro equality in their own States; but it is
:ot by any means oertain that they would con
iemn negro voting in the South. Congress
ivhica professes to b? tho people, forces every
tiad of abomination dowa tho throats Of the
9outh; aad d es not halt, wino?, cr meet with
reproof, until i: is -eeo that its measures, ii
anchi eked, will ead ia negro Govornors, negro
Congressmen, an J, m <y be, a negro Viet?Pre?
sident. The ?cuta care? comparatively lit tl?
for power in mau?ra of Federal policy, bat it
do?? care for the governmont and preservation
of ite own States. Here is the bitch. The
North is williug enough, lt seems,- lo allow
6outhern negro suffrage as leng 'ts that suf?
frage does not cstead to, find have influenco
upon, Federal f|ueeiions. Ile South, on thc
contrary, would not particularly object to the
negroes voting for all Federal offices, if there
were a restricted suffrage upon nil State af?
It matters but little, after all, to argue ubout
what the North doos want and docs not want.
By their deeds must we know Northern politi
oinns, and by their actions must wo judge the
Northern people. Let them show that they are
in earnest in threatening to break tho neck of
Radicalism, and in their professed desire to
give peace to the whole country, and the South
will be willing to meet thc North in all frank?
ness and sincerity, and to believe, also, that
tho North has no intention to carry out the
work of desolation which her representatives
have BO faithfully begun.
Mr. SMITH is doubtless writing in good faith,
but ho will do more good by talking to his own
people, than by telling those who lio between
the upper and the netue ? millstone that it is all
a joke of the National miller, and that, if they
keep still, they will only most gently be crush?
ed. Death in one thane is about as bad as
death in another;-if the South is to be ground
out of existence, it matters not that it was
done in all kindness, and it will be no consola?
tion that, after passing through the mill, she
may bo permitted, in a now form, to bc the
comfort and sustenance of tens of millions of
people. Mr. SMITH has doubtless wiped his
pen, and, in future, he may as well keep it
CLOAK MAKING ESTABLISHMENT.
Mus. M. J. ZEBNOW.
No. 302 King st tot,
Fourth Door North of
Wentworth street. Branch
of Madame DtMOKEST'8
PAli- NS. STAMPING
and EMBROIDERY, neat?
October 30 vffm'2mo
I STOWS f STOWS !
THE VERT LOWEST MARKET PBICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOE CHT ECHES, HOTELS. 8CHOOL3 AND SALOONS,
Or EVERY DESOBIPnON.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
No. JW MSETI9IO STREET,
November 2 Imo s Charleston, S. C.
DR. T. RE?NSTJERNA,
Physician and Surgeon,
HAS HTS OFFICE AND RESIDENCE AT NO. 74
H A SEL STREET, two doora Eaat of the Post office.
N. B.-DIeeaeee ot a private nature cured with dis
KOOMA AT HIS RrHDENCF, NOBTHWEBT COR?
NES of Meeting and Society Streets.
June 19 wBsnio
HATS AMD CAPS.
HMS 75e, CAPS 50c.m
MEN'S AND BOTS' FELT HATS, 75c, $1, $1.25 ;
Bore'good Cloth Capa, for School, 60c; Youths'
Dress Felt Huts, tl.60, $2.50, $3 ; Fancy Caaaimero and
Silk Hats, fine, $2.60. STEEL'S" HAT HALL,"
313 King street. Sign or the "Big Hat"
Oetobar 16 WA
TA! LOBING, ETC.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASSI M ER. S AND VEST
I.\<-?-', which they are prepared to make up, OR WILL
SELL BY 2 HE YARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
SUCH AB :
WHITE LINEN B080M SHlBTS, SHAKSPEARE COL
Merino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Duke of Edin1 urgh Cravat Ilea
Suspenders, Kid Gloves
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Cotton Hali Ho**
English bilk Umbrella., etc
ALL OT WHICH I BET WILL SELL AT TnE LOWEST
BARGAINS ?? FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAB
LET, of direct Importation hom Liverpool, which we
offer at Wholesale and Retail, at a considerable reduction
from Import coat, or tu low aa the Ulterior artiolo of
American FUnnela. They are all Wool, without mixture
of shoddy, and are admirably adapted for Ladles' Balmo?
Noa. M ANO 34 BROAD STREET.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL "( PE..INTLNDEXT'S OFFICE, I
CHABIXSTO I, . C., Octobers, 1867. I
ON AND AFTER OCTOB . UE Ol H. 18C7, THE
PASSENGER TRAINS on th? . ? mb Carolina Rail?
road wlD run as tollowa, riz:
Leave Char.eaton lor columbia. 4.30 A M
Arrive at Emuville.ll. 1 A M
Leave KJ ns vide.11.41 A M
Arrive at Columbia. 1.10 P M
Leave Columbia.10.00 A M
Arn? at Krogvillo.11.S6 A M
Leave Kinsv? e.12.05 P M
Arrive at CharJeaton. 7.05 PM
Leave Charleston for Augusta.10.40 A M
Arrive at Augusta.7.40 P M
Leave Augusta.3.40 AM
Amvo a" Charloeton.12.20 P M
Th. Passenger Train on tho Camden Branch will con?
nect with Cp and Down Columbia Tra im, ana Wilming?
ton and Manchester Railroad Trams on Mondayt,
Wednesdays and Saturdayt.
.MUHT EXPRESS, FREIGHT AND PASSENGER AC?
COMMODATION TKALN will run as follows, vii:
Lt ave Charloeton for Columbia.6.40 P M
Arrive at Columbia. 6.0J A M
Laave Columbia. 3.00 p M
Axii.e at Charleston. . 8.20 A M
Leave Charlas.on fer August-. 7.30 p M
Arrive at Augusta.6.50 A M
Leave Augusta.4.10 P M
Arrive at Charloeton.4.00 A M
H. T. PEAKE,
October 4 fmwlmo General Superintendent.
FUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTION BY WHICH ANY PERSON
malo or r.malo, can muttr the ereat art ot Ven?
triloquism oj a lew boura' practico, making a world 01
tun, and after becoming experta th air selves, can teach
CK hers, thereby malting it a ?a ure* ot moome. Full m
?cuctians sent by mail tor 60 cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Tro:, T
May 13 lyr
WANTED TU PURCHASE, POR CATH, A
small sired BUILDING- LOT, either vacsut or
oui uui:?:; a 6mail Dwelling, situated above Calhoun
itrcef. Apply to :To. 133 ST. PHILIP MBSET. one
loon* b6li,-y Caunon street. 6 November 6
IT/AN if ED, BY A RELIABLE MAN, OF
I ? i :bi r sud steady habite, a sltuauou as Bar lender,
.trvii orPri'.-,^ Wuichuiiui. cither ia to city or tbe
country, test of references Uveu. Address A. A., et
this ofiice. a* November 6
ASITl'ATION 18 WANTED BY TWO
respectable GIRLS, one as Cook and Washer, and
the other as Nurse and Chambermaid or .seamstress.
The best of city references given if required. Apply ct
No. 37 TRADD TREET, between Church and Mooting.
Novomber 6 1*
YTT ANTED, A MAN THOROUGHLY AC
v V QUAINTED with alt the branches of Bookkeeping
and Accountiug, to go to Galveston, Texas. Address N.
A., Box 2684, Kw kork Postofflce.
November 6 12
WANTED, BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN,
a Furnished Boom near the centre of the city.
Address J. &" o?ice of the Daily News.
Novembor 6 1?
AFEW FAMILIES AND SINGLE GEN?
TLEMEN, wishiag to have WASHING and IRON?
ING done with neatness and safety, will find it to their
interest to apply ?t No. 7 BUBNS' LANE. Orders thank
?ully received. 4* November 4
WANTED, A COMFORTABLE HOUSE,
containing four square Rooms, and located above
nd within ten minutes walk of thc Ponoffloe. Address,
stating terms and when posses:-ion can bu given, "F."
omeo ot thc Daily Nows. 3 November 6
WANTED_TO INVEST THREE HUN?
DRED DOLLARS, in some safe, lucrative buai
nuas, which wilj give employment to the u verheer.
State business, witt full name, und where an Interview
may be b.d. address T J. H., Dally News office.
November 3 12
WANTED-SALESMEN IN EVERY COUN.
Tx South, foran srtlc.o in great demand; ?500
m au e by one ?gent his first mouth. Address immedi
ate:y BLISS A MAO EATHROC. Louisville, Ky.
October 31 Imo
WANTED-A PARTNER WITH A CAPI?
TAL of $4000, either active or silent. Busi. ess
will pay 31 por cont on Investment Address E. J. H.,
City Poatoffice. 0 October :>1
ANTED-A SITUATION BY A COMPE?
TENT BOOKKEEPER, from the 16th of Novem?
bor. The best references given. Adaress SIGMA,
Dally 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 the Confederacy.
Send for Circular*. Address
JONES BROTHERS & CO.,
Broad etrest, Atlanta, Gs.
October 21 Imo*
TO RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
No. 60 Cannon street, containing four square rooms,
dressing room and pantry, with double panza; gas fix?
tures throughout; stable, hay lott, carriage house and
smoke house, all complete. Also, one two-story Houso
in thu yard, containing tour square rooms. Possession
given on the 1st Novembor. Apply on THE PREMISES.
October 19 fm w
TI O RENT, A COMMODIOUS HOL SE, N o. 4
JL BEAl'i AI.\ STREET. Apply to A. B. CUNNING?
HAM, No. 6 Limehouso street.
November 6 3*
TO LET, PART OF A HOUSE IN PINCH
NEY STREET, No. 23, to a small 1 family without
children, A man doing business .own town will find
this a desirable location. A suitable family can arrange
with the undersigned at the Lumber Yard, corner Bay
and Market strvets. J. N. WOOD.
Novemoer 4 3*
IO KENT, THE FIRST FLOOR OF A
pleasantly located Residence below Broad Street,
consisting ot four fine Rooms, with Kitchen and Ser*
vaut?' Booma. Will bs rented low to a permanent ten
ant. Address J. s. h., Lock Box -o. 93, Charleston.
TO RE JV'I, FOUR OR FIVE ROOMS, WITH
or without Boord, in a private family, in the lower
part of the city and on Une of City Raliway, buded for
a family or single goatlomen. Apply at TxllS OFFICE.
FOR SALE, A VERY FAST TROTTING
MARE, warranted sound and gentle; also, k BUGGY
AND HARNESS, la good oidar. Apply at No. 30 QU ..EN
BTiitEi, one door from the Nortuwsst corner of state.
T7IOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
Jj QUANTI i Y, price 75 cents por hundred. Apply at
the omer oi tiia DAILi NeWS. Imo v otober 38
BOARDING.-A GENTLEMAN AND HIS
Wife can be accommodated with Board, with a large
south room, either furnished or unfurnished. Terms
reasonable and accommodating. Also, Single Gentlemen
taken. Ap ly at No. 121 QUEEN hi REEL
November 0 ths3
AFEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM
MO Ali-b with Board and Lodging, on reasona
bie term., at No. 25 MAZYiK STttEK 1'. Novemoer 0
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
private family, at No. 4S EAST BAY, near tbs
Ba tery. Terms SS per weak. wfm Ootober 9
BOARDING_A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated w.th BO\BD in a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 GEOBGE STREET. Terms mode?
FIRST CL A!?S BOARD WITH COMFORTA?
BLY iurnUbod rooms, can be had at No. 1 SO?
CIETY bTRKET._Imo October 9
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD OAS
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at No.
4?4 KING bTREET, one door above Hudson street, near
tbs Citadel Tbe Street Cars pasa the door every ton
minutes. 3m o October 7
STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL AND
convenient in the city, at very reasonable prices,
for COTTON, RIC'-, SALT, FERTILIZERS, Ao. Ac. In?
surance, when desired, se low as any in the city. Apply
GEO. W. CLARK A CO..
Corner East Bay and Cumberland street:.
rE SUBSCRIBERS, UNDER THE NAME OF BROWN
k unrBT.i,, bavo associated themselves tn the
practice oi their Prof asion. Office, Law Range. Broad
street ALEX. H. KROWN,
November 6_3_W. E. MIK ELL.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE CO-PARINER9ETP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name of THOMt"SOV A BROTHER, is
this day dissolved by its own limitation.
JOHN M. THOMPSON ls authorized to use tho name
of the firm in liquidation.
JAMES CAB LIN,
HEN BY F. THOMPSON,
JOHN M. THOMPSON.
CnsJXSSTOH, So. C* ., Xmember Otb, 18C7.
WILL CONTINUE THE WHOLESALE GROCERY
and Commission Business at No. 112 East Bay.
Novomber fl S _J. M. J HOMPSON.
OF H. A B. WIEHRS IS THIS DAY DISSOLVED BY
mutual cousent. H. WIEHRS.
Charleston, November G, 1807. B. WIEHRs.
THE UN DE K SIG NED
TITTLE CONTINUE THE BUSINESS AND SETTLE
YT al! affairs of tho late nrm. H. WIEHRS.
November 6 1*
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED
into a Copartnership, under the name and style or
McMLLLAN A JO WITT, foy tho pur, ose of conducting
the ROOK and JOB PRINTING, ?nd liOUK BINDING
business, at No. 33 Hayne street
JAMES w. MCMILLAN.
i HAD. C. JOWIIT.
CBuautsTOtt, November 1, 1867.
November 4 6
EEMOVED TO THE NEW BUILDING ON KING
-TREET, next door to Russel's Book Store. Booms
ou hist floor. 0 November 6
EEMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. 48 Bi-.OAD STREET, u> ni further no?
li.*. GEO. RIVES S WALKER,
October 30 H. M. Acting CoutnL
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.tasliler.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR CP THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Teicgraph and Railroad offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
J nae 17 Gmo
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. 541. ?3, ?5 AND '?7
Broadway, N. Y., oppos?e Bowling Green-i n the
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOCbE ls well and
widely known to the travelling public. Ibo iocatiou ls es?
pecially suitable to merchants and buslnces men; it is in
close proximity to the business part of the city-ia on
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to ah the principal Railroad and Steamboat d?pota.
Tile STE Vi N?? HOUSE h aa liberal accommoda?or. for
over 30U guests-lt ls w?U furnished, and possesses e ver?
modern Improvement for the ?.ouilort and eutertainment
of its Inmates. The rooms are spacious end weil venti?
lated-provided with gas und water-th? attendance it
prompt and respectful-and the table is generously pro?
vided with evury delicacy of the season at moder tte rates.
The rooms having cseu refurnished and remodeled, w .
are ena) id to ofter extra facilities for the comfort and
pleasure ?r our guests. GEO. E. CHASE A CO.,
May 28 6mo Proprietors, j
MEEI SN ?S
i AN DMARK LODGE, No. 7?, A.?. F.?. M.?.
rEE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS
Lodeo will be held Thu E-tning (Wednesday, No
ember 6th), at 7 o'clock.
Dy order of the W. M.
THEODORE E. NEWTON,
N-.Tomber 6 I Secretary.
HEBREW LADIES' BENEVOLENT
rHE LADIES OF 7 HE CO GREGATION OF THE
"Hasel sLoet 8<nagoguo." and the Members of
he "Hebrew Ladles' Benevolent Society," are requested
0 attend a mooting at the "Tabernaclo," This Day, at
1 O'Clock. . C. M. COHEN,
November 6 1* President.
PALMETTO BASE BALL CLUB.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
Club wiU be held 2Aii (.. ednesday) Evening, at Pa
rlUon Hotel, at 7J? o'clock P. M.
Business of Importance requiring thc presence of
?very member, punctual attendance ls requested.
By order. JOSEPH HILTON,
November C 1 Secretary pro tem.
COMMISSION BBS OF MAT RETS.
ARHO ULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE COM?
MISSIONERS will be held Thu Afternoon, Noveim
ber 6, 1867, at Market Hall, at 5 o'clock.
November 9 1 c hlef Clerk.
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL OF THE CHURCH
OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
JOHN GADSDEN, Principal, with a Corps of Teachers.
BO ABD OF TSP STUB.
RSV. A. TOO .viER PORTER, Rector.
G. A. 'I?(ENHOLM, EDWARD SEBRING.
JOHN RANCELL, J. D. ALEXANDER.
M. T. BARTLETT,
EVAN EDWARDS, Secretary and Treasurer.
THIS SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED (D. V.) ON THE
9th of DECEMBER. Session of TEN MONTHS.
Holidays, one week at christmas, Good Friday and East?
er Monday, August and September. Tho hours wUl be
from 9 A. M, to 2 P. M. The Infant Classes, 9 A. M. to
12 M. Thc Recesses will be in rotation of 15 minutes
Boys' and Girls' departments distinct. Sowing and
Embroidery, voluntary classes, after the exercises of tho
TEEMS-Books at wholesale cost price, and found lo
tboso who cannot purchase. Tuition 60 cents s month,
in advance, and more accommodating terms to those
who need. Applications for admission made between
hours of H aud 10 A. M. at bouse of the Be .-tor, corner
Rutledge and Spring streets, till lurther notice.
November 8 wfmlS
IN CONJUNCTION WITH
NUMBERING IN ALL
800 MEN AND HORSES,
AN ENORMOUS MORAL COMBINATION OF
INSTRUCTION AND REFINED
WILL EXHIBIT IN CHARLESTON
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING
Monday, November ll,
ON THE CITADEL SQUARE.
COMBINES A GBEAT NUMBER OF SPECIMENS OF
various descriptions snd characters in the school of Na?
tural History, which have been collected at the expense
of the largest energy, Indefatigable research, and tbs
most lavish outlay of money.
W A?BURG 4 C0.'S DEPARTMENT
CONSISTS (WITH NUMEROUS ADDITIONS) OF THE
entire Van Ambur,- Zoological Collection, comprising
specimens of thc rarest and most beautiful Wild Beasts,
birds and Reptiles, from every section of the known
DAN CASTELLON DEPARTMENT,
COMPRISING DAN OASTELLO S GREAT CIRCUS,
composed of the most distinguished luminaries in tbs
Equestrian Profession,, comprising the best Male and
Female Riders. A Great Gratuitous Exhibition charac?
terizes the entros of our Establishment in every piece.
A BRILLIANT STREET PAGEANT.
LN THIS GRAND C IVALCADE AND MOVING PIC?
TURE will appear a sextos of the most elaborately finish?
ed Chariots, gorgeously decorated Platform Cars, arti.ti?
ca.ly finished Cages and Dens, containing the whole of
the Zoo ogled Collection, tho Band Charlot, of original
design and resplendent decoration, called the Throne of
Apollo, and a Cavalcade enUUed thc Crusader's Triumph,
consisting of over ono hundred aud fifty Mounted
Knights, clad in Burnished Steel Armor, with their Ban*
nen, Ponnons and Insignia, and accompanied by their
Ladles in Costumes of Medieval ages, all preceding
the crowning feature of the Procession, a large LIVING
LION, borne on the elevated platform of the Splendid
Tableau Carriego, loose, unchained, untrammelled, and
free in the public streets. This sight forms the Great
Sensation of tho times.
FIBS! SEASON IN AMERICA OF THE GBEAT PARI
SlAN Artiste and Equestrienne, late of the Cirque Impe?
And the Child Wonder,
The youngest and nioao petite Equestrian Performer in
the world, whose remarkable skiU And courage bars eli?
cited tho most enthusiastic encomiums from the pleas
Tickets can bo purchased at the Charleston, Milla and
Pavilion Hotels, without additional charge.
Admission, 76 cents; Children under 10 veers, 60 ots.
NOTICE.-First performance will take place on Wed?
nesday Night, October 80th.
Afternoon at 2 o'clock. Evening at 7 o'clock.
November C 0,9,11,13,15,10*
.? Commencing This Evening, 6th.
MAGICIAN AND VENTRILOQUIST
Dance of Fairy Children.
Admission 60c.; Cn'ldren under 12 years 36c. Sects
will be reserved for Ladles._November 6
LA DI KS' FAIR.
FOR THE BUILDING OF AN EPISCOPAL
CHURCH AT FLORENCE, S. C.
THE LADIES WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THIS
CHURCH have determined to bold a FAIR, on the
12tb, 13th. lltb a-d 16th of November at the MASONIC
Arrangements axe being made to have a CONCERT or
CHARADE the last two nights.
Dcors open at 10 o'clocs each day, and 7 o'clock each
evening. Admittance 26 cents.
Any donation or contribution will be thansful'y re?
ceived. 17 October 28
LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY,
OFFICE IN REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREET,
"WORLD MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO,,"
OF NEW YORK.
Piedmont Real Estate Insurance Company.
FOR UFE INSURANCE ONLY.
J. ALFRED CAY,
November 4 imo Charleston, S. C.
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFIOE FROM CHALMERS
sheet to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, Taett St.
Michael's Alley. August 31
NEW YORK EXCHANGE
EXCHANGE ON NEW YOKE FOR BALE IN 6UMS
to suit purchsserB, by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
Oovcmber 6 wiral mo
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
NO. IO BROAD STREBT.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOR SALE ON NEW YORK, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN" EXCHANGE-BELLS DRAWN ON
ALL TB7C PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE
GOLD, SILVER. SECURTTTES. BANE NOTES &c,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTIuNsi MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSTTS.
October 39_ _Imo?
BONDS. STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
fTTHE ABOVE BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET
1 ratos, by ANDBREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad street
September 20 fmw2mo
DRY GOODS, ETC.
No. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market-sta,
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
their CUB to wars and tho public generally, to their
very extensive stock of
Which wUl at ali times be found complete.
In thia will bo found a well assorted stock of PRINTS'
GINGHAMS, SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, sU st the
lowest market ratee.
Especial attention ia called to our very cheap 10-4
Sheetings, 3-4, 7-8 and 4-4 Longclotha.
We have RED, WHITE and COLORED FLANNELS, in
great variety; Blankets, Shawls, Nub Us, S on tags. Hoods
and Scarfs, very cheap.
A splendid quality of BLOADOLOTH. for Ladles'
Cloaks, at S2 per yard.
Fine Cloths, Caa-lmeres and Vestings of aU descrip?
tion?, suitable for Men'a and Boya' weer.
LINEN GOODS DEPARTMENT.
The attention ol Housekeepers la invitad to our very
cheap LINEN GOODS, consisting of Irish Fronting Un?
en, Ltnen Sheeting, Pillow Cace Linen, Table Damask,
Table Clothe, Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Huckaback,
at 20 cents. - .
Linon Table Cloths at 75 cents to tl.
Shirt Bosoms from 25 cants up.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IN THIS PARTICULAR LINE WILL BE FOUND THE
latest novelties of the season in the vary beat nibrica and
POPLINS, Merinos. Empress Cloth, Mohairs
Black and Colored Silks, Scotch Plaida
And an extensive variety of low-priced Dress Goods.
A large lot of Balmorals and Hoop Skirts, very cheap.
WE HAVE TBE LATEST STYLES OF SILK AND
CLOTH COVERINGS made of the best materials and
MILLMRT AND NOTION DEFUtTIENT.
FULL LINES OF THE BEST MAICES OF ETD,
SILE and THREAD GLOVES
Ledlea' Hats, Bonnets
And a very heavy stock of beat Silk Ribbons of all
widths and shad en; together with and ex enslve assort?
ment of cloak seta, Bugle Gimpa and Fringes, Guipure.
Brost els Thread, Cluny ard blond Lacee, Black and
Colored Silk Velvet Ribbons.
LADIES'. GENTS', AND CHILDREN'S BEST ENG?
LISH, French, and German HOSE and HALF HOSE of
all qualities, in Cotton and Wocl, very cheap.
A call ia respectfully solloited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 218 KING STREET.
October 19 wfm?moa
420 DEY GOODS 420
THAN COST OF MANUFACTURE.
PRINTS AT Sc.. 10c. AND 12}<c.
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Sheetings
Kentucky Jeans and Tweeds
Black and Colored Satinets and Cassimeree
Black Silks at 91 and upward
A large and varied assortment of Shawls, fcc.
Blankets, White and Colored; Swlsa Counterpanes, Ac
Ladies' Black Cloth at $2 and upward.
CLOAKS ! CLOAKS !
OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE
AT THE LOWEST AND MOST UNFASHIONABLE
G0UDK0P & BECTHNER,
No. 420 King st. (East site),
?l BREE DOORS SOUTH OF CALHOUN.
November 4 C
F4.LJL AND WINTER
DRY GOODS I
THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE IS SPECIALLY
invited to our Fall and Winter stoe? ol
FOBEIGN AND DOMESTIC
which is now complete lu every department. In
WOOLLENS AND BLANKETS,
adapted to Planters' use, we hare a large stock, to which
we m rite special attention.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN
No. 143 MEETING STREET.
September |j ?.? .- \ innot
F O TJ "R,
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. O. D. FOR ?10,
Address ALLEN G. FOWLER,
No. 3 Park Bow. New Yolk.
October 21 mwISujo
The Best is the Cheapest !
AND IF YOU WANT THE BEST COMBINED
Weekly Agricultural, Literary and FainUy News?
paper on the cont nent, send for MOORE'S RURAL
NEW-YORKER, which is in advance of aU others ba
value, variety and m ter est of contents, and superior m
Typography,* Illustrations, Ac. The RURAL employa
thc oest talent in all ita departments, and has a far
larger circulation than any other Journal of its class In
the world-best evidence of intrinsic merit and superior?
ity. Both presa and people almost universally pronounce
it the Napoleon in ita sphere ii journalism. It ls ably
edited, neatly printed, and profusely .Ilustrated-prac?
tical, scientific and uieful, moral in tone, pure ia senti?
ment, and highly entertaining. The RURAL la adapted
to both town and country, but ia mainly devoted to
the Interests and welfare of the rural and industrial
population, among whom it has an immense circulation
ic ail parts of the Union.
THE RURAL NEW-?ORKER ia published every Satur
dsy (not a monthly of only 12 issues a year), each num?
ber comprising Eight Double Quarto Pages. A nev
Quarter begins October fi, and Volume XIX lu January
?ext Only 93 rn, Tea?-lass to Clubs. Great induce?
manta to Club Agenta, sud one wanted in every town.
Now ia the Hmo to subscribe and form Clubs. Speci?
mens, Show Bills, Premium Lista, Ac, sen FXXX-or
we will send the thirteen numbers of this (October to
January) or any preceding Quarter of this year (os trial,
or as ape1 linens), for O:?XT jim cxirrs.
Address D. D. T. MOORE,
October 9_wi_Rochester, N. Y.
?S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBEFB? C. H., AI
$3 per annum, and, having a large drculatioc
throvgh ail thc upper and lower Districts of the State,
H fiord s great advantages to advertisers.
Rat?, far advertising very reasonable-lox which applj
to our Agent Mi T. P. S LID Lit, at the Milla House.
.THOA. t * ak H. 68KNEKEEL
N -J v ?m ber KU an and Proprietor*.
GROCERY Mg MISCELLANEOUS.
SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
g r\ BHDS. PBD?E O. R. SIDES
?I I I 50 bads. Cholos Shoulders.
Landing ?nd fer sale by BESSY COBU A CO. V
Novena ber 6_wfm3
1 rv rv rv A SWEET ORANGES,, WHICH WILL BE
lU.OOU ?old low by F.KBESSEL.?..
No. 95 King street, second door from Broad street
SHINGLES ! SHINGLES!
QA riAA CYPRESS SHINGLES. JUST RE
OUiUUU ceivod and for sale at the low price
of $7 per M. by J. G. & H. 0. MABTTN,
Bennett's Wharf, West end Bull street
November 6 1
LIVERPOOL SALT LANDING.
<OZ.fifi SACKS LIVERPOOL ?ALT
?lO\jyJ Landing and for sale oy
November 0 C GEO. W. WI?XTAM8 ft CO.
PER BREMEN BARK GAUSS.
1 AA CA8K9 BOTTLED LAGEB BEEB
[VU 160 hampers Bottles
?00 Demijohns, of differ ,nt sizes.
AND JUST RECEIVED t
54 and 5-8 Bencessey and G tard BRANDY
20-4 and 10-8 Madeira, Port und Sherrv wines
Casks soo tc b Whiskey and Holland Oin
900 Demijohns, of different sizes.
For sals by CLAC1US ft WITTE.
October 34_00434,36, nora,fl
OA BALES PURE BUMP, JTJ3T BECETOD PER
?\J ship Chattanooga,
IN STORE i
! 50 bales "EWAN," superior quaUty-ltf, \\, VA lbs.
to tbe yard.
For sale by W. C. BEE & CO.,
Comer Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
FLOUR ! FLOUR!
QA A BARRELS OF FLOUR-PALMETTO, UVE
OUU OAK.-and other brands, Jost'received per
For sala by RAVENEL ft (JO.,
Comer of East Bay and Vanderhorst's Wharf.
November 5 3
OATS! OATS !
QAAA BUSHELS PRIME OATS, LANDING EX
(jVJyJVJ steamer somerset, and for saie by
JOHN CAMPS EN ft CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite State street
November 6 9 f
CORN, SHINGLES, BRICKS, &o,
1 CT AA 11?3BEL, CORN
lOUU 60.000 Cypress Shingles
60,000 Carolina Bricks
A lot of Spirit Barrels
Bagging and Rope.
For sale by
S HACKELFORD ft KELLT.
Ostober 30_Bo. 1 Boyce's Wharf
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST TH THE CITY IS TO BE
found at GEO. W. CLARE ft CO.'S
september 18 No. 199 East Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
I AA BBLS. WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
LUU qualities and prices
SOC cases Claret Wines
100cases Schiedam Schnapps
100 casks Brandy, Gin, Jamaica Rum. St Croix Ruo,
Hew England Rum, Sherry Wins, Port Wine, Madeira
Wine, Ac, ftc.
1000 do?aa of tbs above in esses. For sals by
September Xl GEO. W. CLARK ft CO.
SALT, SYRUP, ?fcc.
1 Zfi Ci SACKS SALT FOR s ALE, Di LOTS TO
lyVv rait purchasers, at less than narke t rates.
600 Blas Grit Grindstones.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 barrels Sugar.
1000 kegs Halls.
Ooo bags Shot,
1000 boxes Herring,
100 boxes Starch.
IMO boase soto.
100 boxas Tobacco, ftc, ftc
For sals by GEO. W. CLARK A 00.
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 AA BALES GUNNY CLOTH, EXTRA HEAVY.
LUV/ 100 Rolla Gctinv Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Just received. For sale low and in lotii to suit by
September la_GEO. W. CLARK h CO.
1 Arv COILS MANILLA BOPS.
LU U 300 Colls Hemp Bope.
300 Odis Jute RC:XJ.
Just received and tor sal? (?sap for cash, by
September 16_GEO. W. CLARK ft CO
Bh EAD ! BREAD ! BREAD I ,
1 A Al I BOXES ARMY BREAD. '
lUvU For salo by GEO. W. CLARK ft CO.
Septsmb: r 16_
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
1 A BARRELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
1U BBATED ALE, by
GEO. W. CLARK ft CO.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
?710B SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PUBCHASEBS, BY
J the MaauUcturar H. GLUOCS,
NJ. 6T Pins street. New Tock.
September 34_'_?_' imo
LEA & PERRINS'
xe n not onXT
of a letter from a
at Madras, to bis
"Toll LEA ft PER?
RINS that their SAUCE
is highly esteemed tn In?
dla, aid ia, tn my opinion,
the most palatable, rs
?rall aa tbs most who".e.
.. .some SAUCE that ia
OF DISH. ?a^S?ii"
Tbs ancosas of this most, delicious and unrtvaUs 1 con
dim en t having caused nany unpr?u.pled defisrs to
apply tbs same to Spurimu Ocmfovndt, tbs Pmio il
r<tpcafully and tarnatly nxjassted to MS that ins nsms
of LEA ft Pusan are upon tbs WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA St PERRINS, Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES,
ober 19 _' _fmwlyr
COLGATE & CO.'S
TUE STANDARD OF
For salo hy all Grocers.
October 31 8tno
OMAS R. AGNEW,
IMTOBTEB SHU SEJXX3. ES
Fine Groceries, Choice Teas, Etc.. Ho,
NOS. 360 and 362 GREENWJCBoT,, COB. OF MUR BAX
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ROBERT MURE & CO.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
IIBER AL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
j o? COTTON, BICE OB NAVA?. STORES, to Liver?
pool. London and Glasgow, and to Northern ports.
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 83 BROAD-STREET
BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ?C., . TO HT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS H . Oil AXED; PRO?
?.Auction of HORSES, FUR NH T RE, feo, ewry
JOHN k THEO. GETTY,
NO. ls EAST BAT,
Will make LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGN
M. NTS OF COTTON to our friends in New York, ftc.
October 9_ Imo
WILLIAM H. GILL1LAXD i SOS,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
05FICT. NO. 33 BAIN E SIRES!.
SeDti taber S
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, msm mum,
Tim LL ATTEND TO THE P CRC HASE. SAL? AM>
VV 831 i'MENT (to Foraign sadDotossrttois?ts)oi
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, %. O.