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FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1867.
-Gold is still sinking in New York, it closed last
evening at 38j.
-Cotton dosed firmer in New York yesterday
with sales or 2500 bales, Middling b^ing quoted at
lu Liverpool la-t evening the staple closed firm,
with sales of 15,000 bales, Middling Up.ands were
quoted at S??.
-A normal school for the freedmen is to ba es?
tablished at Jacksonville, Fla.
-Cotton Mouing is reported to bo quite behind?
hand on the alississipji plantations.
-Land is offered to settlers near Jaoksonvilie.
Fiords, for'fifty coats an acre. This is dirt
-A new theatre was opened at Galueston, Tex?
as, last week. It is lighted with gas and quite
-Ot American prima donnas singing in Europe,
beside Patti and M ss Kellogg, there are Miss
Jenny Van Zandt and Miss Laura Harris.
-The C.noinnati Gazette estimates the popu?
lation of that city at 275 OOO, against 161,014 in
1860, being an increase in seven years of 113,956.
-Tho first case of a fareign-bora citizen taking
ont naturalization papers in Mobile for years, oc
onned tuera Ust week. The land of hie birth is
-The Chinese have sent over for speoimens ot
fractional currency shields. Tney are about put?
ting ont a loan, and want ts sue how it is d^ne
-Toe Pa l Mall Gazette says the Servini Gov?
ernment has refused to grant the uso of a wire for
the uireos telegiaphic servico b^tweou Conatauti
nople d .d Vienna.
! -Mexico is now more scourged by banditti than
ever. They us now so numarous and powerful
that they d . uo; confino tkeaioO.vea to ribbing on
tba higaway, but aveu at.aok garrisoned towns.
-A submarine telegraph troua San Francisco
tc Japan and Coma is sa^gostod, and t JO oponing
trade of the now hue of steamsh.ps holds ou.
strong euooarageaieut for undertaking the eater
-Tue Atlantic Telegraph Company have agreed
ts come down with thea: charges to aoout $25 in
gold for a message of ten words, and to allow
twenty-five letters for the addresses of sender ana
-Ristori wears seven dresses, worth $5000, m
playing Marie Antoinette About half her audien?
ces are more interested in her dresses tuan m
the pl -v, which ie natural, os they know more
-Ernes; Humer, of Mosby'* command, was
.hot and instantly kale i in Fau-ittier C >unty, Vir?
ginia, one da., hut weak, by a deserter from the
Confederate service named Fletcher. The mur?
derer is now ia jail awaiting his trial.
-A now Democratic paper, the Telegraph, is to
te started in New York by leading Tinancial men
and institutions, wh.ch foresee ruin in a turtue.
induigeuce ot Radical rulo. The joint capital in?
vested is $600,000, with a readiness to increase to
-The Frc ed mo n's Bureau, of Vioksburg, hos a
prac:.ool way of settling questions of ownership.
They are first allowed to be regular,y tried, anu
then the gallant cuief reverses tho decision, anu
adjudicates the prop .rey to the first buick man
who applies for it.
-.he Richmond (Va.) correspondent of the Bos?
ton Journal speaks o. uemara^zation among tue
younger classja of the negro population as fear?
fully increasing. The habit of indolenoe, every?
where prevalent, breeds thievishness, intemper?
ance and licentiousness. The jails are all filled.
-Tue Eaglish papers state that the personal
beauty ot Prince Arthur will not be unpaired by
the attack ot small pox from which he lias just re?
covered. The application of cniorodyne to the
vesicles on his face during the eruption, is the
cause of this immunity from the usual conse?
quences of the d.aoase.
-A well-to-do English lady, fifty-two years old
recently killed herself by leaping ont of a window.
She balones to the Glossite sect, and said, a lit Lc
bet?re her death, it baa been rovea.ed to her that
the judgement day was olose at hand, that the
last trump would soon sound, and she would be
caught up to heaven alive.
-Horrible stories ara told of the treatment of
orph-ns at tho Gd ard Collego in Phdadel ?bia, and
at the State Orphan Asylum in Orangeville. At
the former institution the most cruel and severe
punishments are said to be imposed upon the
helpless boys, and the most disgusting stori.s aro
told of the filthy state of the accommodations.
-Tue North German Parliament has unani?
mously requested the executive to pit down pub?
lic gambling throughout the confederaticn. This
makes it certain t-iat the establishments at Wies?
baden, Homburg, hms and Nuuheim will not be
relicensed. Possibly the Prussian government
will offer borne t ompensation to induce the lessees
to annul their eomraot.
-A private letter from Glasgow says that, al?
though the pnoe of ootton ie nearly as low as it
was before the war, there- is no demand for goods,
and the manufacturers are as badly off for order.
and the operators for work, as they were in 1857.
He odis: "There is more starvation Li Glasgow
and ita neighborhood jost now than rt any time
for tes years past."
-The "Paris Guide for 1867" oontciua essays by
Victor Hugo and . thor literary lights of the day.
M. Leo does the Americans. He is no. compli?
mentary, th'"*" wo on y come to Paris to air oui
aristocracy, a d says that we leave our Maerty, our
institutions and everything else good behind. He
moreover cites it as an "mcoutestable fact thai
woman is snpor.or ta man ia tha New World."
-i he steamroller has oeen adopted by the Liver?
pool corporation for the paving and levelling oi
streets. Wuen firs- tested it was found that the
unusual apparition of a steam engine m the
.treats frightened some of tho omnibus and cab
horses, c using one or two acoidents. it is un?
derstood, therefore, that the r> achino will be em?
ployed for the most part at night or very early iv
tho mo ruing.
The Guardian says Dr. Newman has long wished
to found a branoh of tho oratory in Oxford. The
Pope, however, has at last definitely disapproveU
of tue p.an. This result is mainly due to the "per?
?istent opposition of the English Roman Catholic
bishops, (rho aro of opinion that Dr. Newman
Would take w'th him too large a following of thc
Banaa Oathoho yourjg mea, to whose souls it
would bo perilous to bring them into contact with
Aagli oar* education."
-Aa ioatrum jaibas baan invented by Father
Secchi who is probably an Italian, called meteoro?
graph. It ia an automatic register of changes IL
the weather of all kinds, and the sheets upon
which the ricard is thus made, bound into vol?
umes wit aid growly to the mater.al on whicn
the bcience of moteurography is based. It wd.
also render it easier to UISJ?O observations, inc- eas
tbs number A stations, and in every way ad anet,
this t ,o little known science.
-The rector of St. A.baa'a Cburob, Birming?
ham, lately excaaununiCitod a young lady. He:
friends wishing to test his right to do so in a
court of ?aw, hivj iacitod her to go to the com?
munion in order that the priest might Le com?
pelled to eject her pab.icly. Her first attempt .ea
to a riot. Her socond was to be made on St.
Luke's day, but the parish authorities learning it,
did not open tho church. It was expected that
abe vrould present horaelf oa the following Sun?
day, and precautions bad been taker, to ensure
-Holland is always bunding new canals, and her
psoplo are indefatigable in taking advantage ot
every natural gilt in their country. Tholatoat
work ia a gigantic projeot known aa tho Amstei
dam oanal, which is a ship canal, 213 feet wide ot
th? water line and 18 feet deep, to open a commu?
nication between Amaterdam and the North Sea,
and avoid the circuitous and expensive route
through the North Holland canal, which for many
years formed the only approach to tbs city navi?
gable by large vessels. This DOW canal is pro?
-The advioea from France continue to cenote
uneasiness in thc public mind respecting the
dearness of food and the scarcity of employment.
In tins as in ether difficulties the Government
feel? the evil of t.aohing the people to look to tht
State. There has b?en a sort of tacit bargain be?
tween the dynasty and the populace; if you rule us
Md ?hut UP out of political fife you must take the
blame of national reversos, and, above all, take
caro wo are properly clothed and fed. The Gov?
ernment tries to disabuse ita subjects by means of
pamphlets, which arc being widely circulated, and
bv articles in the official papers, sotting forth the
economical error ot calling upon he administra?
tion whenover there is a pinch; but the ma -sea
have kt-pt their part of the compact, and :f harder
Urnes come, mav insist lu ugly wpys for the count?
erpart, iu presoncj ot this danRer, the chance
in a cabinot, or tuis and that court acaudal, aeeiu
of little importance.
-Mavmiha . ihough but recently executed in
Mexico, is already worshipped by a jrcat , ottion
of the uation as a hero. Tue people have implored
tue Archbishop of Mexico to procure his body for
thea* veneration in tho cathedral; the women in
all .ho cities draped in mourning for his loss, and
the wailing o? tho poor wre ches in many of thc
towna, 6uch aa Queretaro, are heard night and
day. They wear his photograph round their
necks, kneel be oro his image and haug his pio
ture ou their walls. All business in the capital
waa at a Btand-stUl, except the salo of pictures and
imagos of the Fmperor. Tho old Mexican super?
stition or prophecy of three centuriea ago, that a
good ruler would be sent them from a far country,
and that ho WuUid bo slain by those whom ho
carno to save, is applied to tho Austrian Princo;
and tho findings and fears of tho Iudian part of the
population havo baen specially wrought upon. If,
ia taco of ail tnese thinga, Juarez has been elected
President, it must b : i em ember ed what a Mexican
cloction .8, and bow it is conducted. At all events,
chare is no douot that Max.mihan bas been apoth?
eosized even before the removal of his body from
The .Major and Aldermen of Charleston.
It is authoritatively stated that General
CaMBY will issuo no further orders in relation
to the Mayor and Aldermen of this city. Under
a previous order there will be no municipal
election, and the present Mayor and Aldermen
will remain in office. Should, however, any
member of the Council resign, an appointment,
to hil the vacuncy, will be made by the Com?
Greeley Blas themes I
HORACE GREELEY grev blasphemous before
the day of the New York elections, and said ex?
ultantly that "God's finger had written plainly
on the eventful history of our last ten years
His approval" of the Republican cause and His
resolve that it should triumph.
In what manner this approval has been
shown, other eyes than those of Mr. GREELEY
cannot well discover. It certainly is not in the
United States, which have been pushed back
ualf-a-century by the unfaithfulness and per?
jury of tho Radical party. It oannot bo in
France, for there Imperia ism is more firmly
seated than over. It oannot be in Italy, fo;
there VICTOR EMMANUEL is King. It canna
be in Germany, for there the King of Prussia
is absolute. It cannot be in either Austr.a,
Poland, ?pain, Russia, England or Turkey.
Where then is it ?
But Mr. GRESLEY seems to infer that larine
approbation will consummate the great vork of
rendering this a land of Equal Rights and
Equal Laws, and says that they s.e blessed
who shall have proved faithful, al.ke in dark
and in brighter hours. The ides. of the Phi?
losopher, ou this matter of equa-ity, are very
refreshing. Coes he see any equality in the
South, where one end of the beam touches the
clouds, while tho other is in the mud? Does
ue see it in the North, in class legislation, in
class protection, in class proscription, and
class abuse. Does he see it in the Tribun*
office, where there is inequality of profit as
there is inequality of merit ? Does he see the
equality that he prates about in any oity, town
ur hamlen between the North Pole and the
.southern Ocean ?
Mr. GREELEY did his best. He vowed, and
swore, and abused, and threatened ; but his
party lost the election- His words may be our
words, but with a nigher, truer meaning, for
ihe South can, from her heart, say :
"Blessed are they who shall have proved
faithful to the cause, alike in dark and in
orighter hours. On, then, to the struggle of
..Great .Moral shows."
The great sign-board of American society
bears, in characters that may be read from the
ice-fieids of Maine to the canebrakes of Louis?
iana, this one startling word-MORALITY.
Around the edge, there may be such incidental
amusements as stock-jobbing, fortune-hunting,
pi us hypocrisy, mock philanthropy, and gen.
eral cheat-your-neighbor; but MORALITY is the
groat catch-word, the great rallying cry, that
gives effect and force to the whole. The prop
may ce of gold or greenbacks, interest or
amusement, veneer or solid stuff; but the sign
that it bears, in all weai-iera and for all people,
is unchanging und the same.
Old-fashioned Ambition and Pride and Be?
nevolence, have been cudgelled out of the field.
.Morality must have the whole course to itself;
and, barring uccidents, it runs ita race irom
time to eternity, to the great advantage of the
plucky jockey. It may be ridden by cat, man,
or monkey; the track may be over green sward,
or quick set hedges; the stakes may be large or
small; but, in every case, the steed wins nothing
Out tor his reputed owner, and may receive, for
.ns pains, nothing more than a fresh polish,
kick in the side, or a feed of benevolent oats
bad quality and short measure.
The sign of MORALITY is read by all manner
of people, and its tawdy blazonry is watched
oy tne prudent German of tho West, by the
uravo Irishman of the iiorth, by the African
.aborsr of the South, and by the crop-eared
American of the Eastern States.
Societies are formed for the purpose of fur?
nishing flannel waistcoats to the scantily
clothed Sandwich Islanders, while tens of
thousands of poor white women, at home, are
cryi. g for bread;-all on the soors of Morality.
>Vom u doctors take to themseres braten faces
and false fronts, stand bet?re the fire like men,
.iud are jeered at, and pointed at, from Paris
io Otaheite;-Al lor the good of Morality. Cuf
tee ia taken by the collar, taught that he is
wretched, deprived of pork and hominy, and
?iven rotes and th? ballot;-all for the ad
vanoement of Moralitr. "Black Crooks" be
some more sreoaed,-sensation preachers ba?
j?me more hotly energetic,-Congressmen be
;ome mor j pompously boring,-tens of thou?
sands of prosperous speculators water their
whiskey, ?and their sugar, burn their houses,
eopper their preserves, bet their "pile" at
turo, and bless the dispositions of a benevolent
Providence;-all for pure Morality.
Nor is this all. Neituer m*n, women, nor
oeasis, can push along with pecuniary comfort
unless the MORALITY sign-board, big or little,
ueads their advancing train. It is true that it 1
L-nds occas onally in burietque and ridicule, in
blasphemy aud coming to grief) but this matters '
uot if the aim is but-Morality.
Poor Charleston bas not had as full a share '
? MORALITY, as her bigger sitters nearer the
and of perpetual snow. Morality, of thc
ligu-board kind, has not been her praotioe; but ?
?he cannot expeot to escape those Morality dis- :
jiays which have no permanent abiding place, !
mt movo and marob, and aim, in every direc
iou, to turn an honest penny. There is reason
a un-reason; there is consolation in small size c
md inferior importance; and this half-burned ,
;ity can show hor citizens some wondrous
hiugs that New York, Philadelphia, and Bos?
en hnv<> almost forgotten. Hippodrome and
/ircuR, Gymnasium and Acrobatic exhibition,
n solid dreBs of brick and stone, have there .
ukeu the place ol' tho huge, leaking tent, thc
rough pine boards, the wagons, cars, and tri?
umphal entries. There is, in each and every
me, the fail t odor of saw-dust and lemon peel, "
oe purpose is ever the same; but there is as -
auch difference between the circus seen in the
south and the hippodrome of the North, as
here is between Bhort-sklrted, beautiful, t
Mdlle ASASDISE, when tho horses gallop, and
he band is loudly braying, and the sane old |
young damsel, when, with uukompi hair and
face ill-washed, she quaffs her morning
Circuses were nearly perfect. They had a
great deal outside that was not inside; they
had every animal in the world, and some out
?rf it; they had men who could ride fifty howes
ot a time, and women who would lightly jump
lt thousand feet in the air, turn head over heel,
kiss bands and retire; they had oonjurors who
would chew swords, cat fire, take something
out of nothing, swallow the circus-pole, and
disappear with the money-box; they had clowns
who would make jokes at which folks laughed
because they were not expected to cry, and
there was no choosing between tba two ex?
tremes; ?hey had saw-dust, rouge, paint, hum?
bug, trickery,-all for fifty cents; but the
whole vast fabric was incomplete for want of
the crowning charm.
The omission might have been fatal, but it
was discovered; the managers have hoisted
the sign-board of MORALITY, and every travel?
ling circus is now knowu as a "great moral
There is morality in the educated monkeys,
horses and goats ; there is morality in the herd
of tapirs, the flock of Emus, the gang of por?
cupines ; there is morality in the famous goril?
la, not belonging to Barnum ; there is morality
in camel, lion and elephant ; there is morality
in the symmetrical tent, in thc crowd of spec?
tators, in the little nigger who slips in with?
out paying, in the saucy boy who pours ? pint
of peas into the big trombone, in the darkey
who laughs, ha ! ha !-in the prancing, the
dancing, the joking, thc jesting, the proprietor,
the agent, the audience ; the whole show is
concentrated, double-distilled extract of moral?
ity and - only half a dollar.
One is coming, two are coming. Two "great
moral shows" are on their way to Charleston ;
and, if every man, woman and little baby in
this oity does not gain an extra tinge cf moral?
ity, and lose an extra dollar, while they re?
main, it will not be the fanlt of- JOHN ROBIN?
SON, DAN CASTELLO, or High Moral Principles.
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CAPITAL PBIZE, $50,000!
1 Prise of..850,000 I 30 Prises of... .$1,000
1 Prize of..20,000 63 Prizea of..400
I Prise or..8,000 15S Primes or..?00
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3 Prizes or..5,000 I
315 Approximation Prises, amounting to
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To be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
NOVEMBER 15th, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, ?12 ; HALVES, $0 ; QUARTERS, $3;
Tho chances are tar more tavoiablo to draw prizes in
this than in any other Lottery in the world. Purchaser)
of Lottery Tickets should always examine the rchemes,
P izes paid ia tull without uiscount
Official drawings sent each purchaser,
correspondents may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing money with tull address.
.ey Ail o der? tor tickera, schemes, and Infbtmation to
be addressed to H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Key Box 52, Charleston, s. C.
Office No. 90 Hasel street.
MASONIC ORPHANS' HOME.
BOYD, WILSON & CO., Managers.
THE GBAND SCHEME,
To be drawn at Atlanta, (?H., NOT.
CAPITAL PRIZE $60,000.
1 Prize of.$60,000 8 Prizes of.. .$3,500
1 Prise or.. 35,000 IS Prizes of.... 500
1 Prise of. 10,000 55 Prizea of... 350
3 Prizes of... . 5,000 150 Prizes of... 300
-A APPROXIMATION PRIZES AMOUNTING TO
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TICKETS $12. HALVES $6. QUARTERS $3.
Tho above Brilliant Scheme is worthy the attention ot
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All Prizes paid without discount.
Official Drawings sent each purchaser.
AU Frizes caahed at this o Ul ce.
Correspordents may rely on prompt attention to
Uders bv simply enclosing mcuey with full addrris.
ea?" All orders for Tickets, Schemes, and information
c be adda es jed to
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Lock Box No. 684, Charleston, S. C.
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September 90 |
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November 8 1*
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thu city. Address X. Y. Z., Dally News Office.
November 8 Imo
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or Governess, by a Young Lady, competent to
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Nove ?ber 7 12
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November S 12
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October 31 imo
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October 21 Imo*
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and has lately been paintea and put lu thorough orde..
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.November 8 1*
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October li) rmw
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November 2 G
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cocked, ans wt rs to the name of "Abe." A liberal re?
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Mills House, and no qaesiiona asked.
November 8 _3?
LOST, AT TUE FIRE ON FRASER'S
WHARF, A WAICH FOB; attached to it wes an
Australian Gold Coin, and arno a Napoleon. The fhn.er
will be Handsomely rewarded by leaving tho same at A.
O. TOMA'S atore. No. 14? East Bay.
GOLD WATCH LOST-LOST WHILE
walking in King street, or towards the Western
! parc ot the City, A LADILS' GOLD, OPE.?. FACE, SJLL
! \ Li; DIAL WATCH, X. F. Cooper nianar, No. .305. A
very liberal reward wid be paid lor Its recovery. In
quireat THIS OFFiCE. 3 November 7
dh I AAA REWARD.-A SKILLFUL HOB?
IE) LUU \) BERY was perpetrated upon tho Hotel
oi POUL at AI?EES, at i.rancville, on bo line oi th >
South C rolina Railroad, on the night of the 30th Octo?
ber, ibu burglars made a breacn through an 18 inc.
Wallunuur uiu pujuorm sui rounding tuc bull lng, and
pataud up tiiiougu the liquor cedar m to tho bar-room,
and abatrscted content) of the drawer, Three bo ulta ot
hquor and a money-box, lu mehi a by 14 inches and ?
l?enos deep, ?man o nias binges, trou luck, paoeied on in
and outaiue with light colo, ed wah paper, name of Pohl
A Myers upon tue i -p in large letters; said box contain?
ing tue lonowmg amounts: u eenbacs, ?6,328.1)5; oold,
tttu; stiver ?14.?8; luuiroad Script, ?20; ti ate Mou y ?42;
teal amount, ?6,4?>.'Xi. 'Ibu auovo reward will bo paid
tor <ho uot.cuou oi tue rubbers ana r.covery oi the
money, or in proportion to the amount lecuvexcd; or
?500 if money ia returned, and no questions will bo
asked. POHL & ?YLR-,
November 7 * 6* Branchville Hotel, S. C.
FOR SALE OR RENT, AV EXTENSIVE
TUR PLN TINE FARM, belonging to the Eatate of
H. MLLNTWSH, and situated near society Hill, on the
cheruw and Darlington Railroad, is offered for sale or
rent; together with two Diableries, Tools, Ac. A pur?
chaser, or lessee wishing to cut additional boxes, can
secure akdleu waite labor on reasonable tarma.
EDWARD MciNiO H, Ext'r,
November 8_JJ_Society Hill, So. Ca.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
QUAN'ili Y, price 76 oenta per hundred. Apply at
ma Ollie- ol the DAILY NeWS. Imo t ctobex 28
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
private family, at No. 45 EASi BAY, near the
Ba. wu-j-. Terms ?a per week. wfm October 9
AFEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM
MO AI LD with Board and Lodging, on reasoua
bio tarma, at No. 25 ALU Ye K Si'tiEK i. November 6
BOARDING-A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated w.th BOARD in a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 GEORGE STREET. Terms mode?
FIRST CLASS BOABJD WITH COMFORTA?
BLY lurniabed rooms, can be had at No. 1 f>0
CIETY s'i'REET. Imo October 9
BOARDIN G.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by appl) ing at No.
444 KING STREET, one door above Hudsou street, near
the Citadel. The street Cars pasa tho door every ten
minutes. 3mo October 7
STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL. AND
convenient in the city, at very reasonable prices,
for COTTON, RIC:, SALT, FER TIL 12 Lits. Ac. Ac. In?
surance, when desired, aa low as any in the city. Apply
to GEO. W. CLARK k 00.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
THE CO-PARlNERsHLP HERETOFORE EXISTING
under the name ol THOMPSON A BROTHER, ia
thia day dissolved by ita own limitation.
JOHN M. THOMPSON ls authorized to nae the name
of the ann in liquidation.
HENRY F. THOMPSON.
JOHN M. THOMPSON.
CHAHLE?.TON. So. CA., November 6th, 1867.
WILL CONTINUE THE WHOLESALE GROCERY
and Commission Bu sin eas at No. 112 East Bay.
November 6 3_ j. M. J HOMPsON.
nrVHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED
JL into a Copartnership, under the nome and BIN le of
MoMILLAN k JOWITi.for the pur, ose of conducting
the ROOK and JOB PRINTING, and liOoK BINUNG
busina:s, at No. 33 Hayna street.
JAMES w. MCMILLAN.
. THAD. C. JOWITT.
CHASLESTOU, November 1,1867.
November 4 G
EEMOVED TO THE NEW BUILDING ON KING
^ THE LT, next door to Russel's Book Store. Rooms
oa ai at floor._ e November G
EEMOVED TO THE OFFICE OP THE 8PANI9H
Consul, No. 48 BROAD STREET, ui tn further no?
tice. GEO. IUVERS WALKER,
October 30 H. M. Acting Consul.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR PALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASSIMER, S AND VEST?
INGS, which they are prepared to make up. OR WILL
SELL BY THE YARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
8?CH A3 t
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, SHAKSPEARE COL?
Merino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts ind Drawer^
Duke of Edin, urgh Cravat Tlea
Suspender*, Kid Gloves
Linen cambric Handkerchiefs, Cotton Half Hose
English Silk Umbrellas, etc.
ALL OF WHICH TD EY WILL SELL Al THE LOWEST
BARGAINS ?? FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH. PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of direct Importation Hom Liverpool, which we
offer at Wholesale and Retail, at a considerable reduction
from import cost, or aa low aa the interior article of
American Flannels. They are all Wool, without mixture
of ahoddy, and are admirably adapted for Ladle*' Ba mo?
Nos. 8? AND 34 BROAD STREET.
THE GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 50 PEI
year, in a Ivtinf*. Advertisements inserted at usuiii
rates. G. E. ELFORD,
May 10 Editor and Proprietor)
CHARLESTON FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNI?
CATION of jour Company, at your Hall, Want
worth street, Thu (friday) Evening, tho 8th inst., at TW
By order. JAMES F. WELSH,
Secretary 0. F. F. Co.
P....O.H...O..T..L... 1 _November 8
W ARI? MEETINGS.
AMASS MEETING OF REPUBLICANS OF EACH
WARD I . HE CITY will be bold Thu Evening,
8th inst., at 7 o'.-loc., at tho following places :
Ward No. 1, Military Hall, Up Starra.
Ward No. 2 Military Hall. Up Stairs.
Ward No. 4, Military Hall, West Room, Lower Floor.
Ward No. 8, Fordham's Hall, Meetiug atrcet.
Ward No. 5, Bonum'a Hall, John atreet.
Ward No. 6, Protestant Church Building Citadel
Ware" No. 7, School Boom Tivoli Garden.
Ward No. 8. over Gnat Mid, St Philip atreet.
Tho nominations made in Convention will be sub
niitted tor rati?oation.
N. G. Parker, for Committee Ward Ne. 1.
H. W. Emerly, for Committea Word No. 'J.
A. Williama, for Committee ?Vard No. 3.
J. B. Wright, for Committee Ward No. 4.
P. Thorne, for Committee Ward No. 5
M. G. Camplin, for Committee Ward No. 6.
J. B. Muahlngton for Committee Ward No. 7.
B. A. Boatmen, for Committee Win! No. 8.
November 8 j*
IN CONJUNCTION WITH
NUMBERING IN ALL
300 MEN AND HORSES,
AN ENORMOUS MORAL COMBINATION OF
INSTRUCTION AND REFINED
WILL EXHIBIT IN CHARLESTON
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, COMMENCING
Monday, November ll,
ON THE CITADEL SQUARE.
COMBINES A GREAT NUMBER OF SPECIMENS OF
various descriptions and characters tn tho Behool of Na?
tural History, which have been collected at tho expense
of the largest energy, indefatigable research, and the
most lavish outlay of money.
U\ AMBUBG & m DEPARTMENT
CONSISTS (WITH NUMEROUS AODIlIONS) OF THE
entire. Van Ambura Zoological Collection, comprising
specimens of the rarest and moat beautiful WUd Beasts,
birds and Reptiles, from every section of th? known
DAN CASTELLO'S DEPARTMENT,
COMPRISING DAN CAS I El LO R GREAT CIRCUS,
composed of tho moat diaUngi iaiied luminaries in the
Lqueatrian Profession, comprising tho bast Male and
Female Riders. A Great Oratuitous Exhibition charac?
terizes the entres of our Establishment in every place.
A BRILLIANT STREET PAGEANT.
LN THIS GRAND C IVALCADE AND MOVING PIC
i LV.P will appear a sores of tho most elaborately finish?
ed Chariots, gorgeously decorated Platform Cars, arti J ti?
ca ly fkiisued cayes and Dena, contaba'ng tho whole of
tho Zoo osteal collection, thc Band Chariot, of original
deabrn and resplendent decoration, called the Throno of
Apollo, and a cavalcade entitled the Crusader's Triumph,
consisting of ever one hundred and fifty Mountsd
Knighta, clad in Burnlahed steel Armor, with their Ban?
ners, Peunona and Insignia, and accompanied bv their
Ladies in coatumea of Medieval agea, all preceding
the crowning feature of tho Procession, a large LIVING
LION, borne ou the cluvatod plattorm of the Splendid
Tableau Carriage, loose, unchalnod, untrammelled, and
free m the puuhc streets, Thia sight forms the Great
Sensation ol' the times.
FIRST SEAt-ON IN AMERICA OF THE GREAT PARI
SIAN Artiste and Equestrienne, late of thc Cirque Impe?
And the Child Wonder.
Tho youngest and mose petite Equestrian Performer in
tne world, wheeo remarkable skill and courage have eli?
cited thu moat enthusiastic encomiums lrom tho press
Tickets can bo purchased at the Charleston, Mills and
Paviliou Hotels, without additional charge.
Admission, 76 cents; cbUdren ander 10 vc&rs, GO cts.
NOTICE-First performance will take place on Mon.
day Night, November 11th.
Afternoon ht 2 o'clock. Evening at 7 o'clock.
November 8 8*
FOR THE BUILDING 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, 14th a d 16th of November at the MASONIC
Arrangements aro being made to have a CONCERT or
CHARADE tho last two nights.
D. ors open at 10 o'clocx each day, ond 7 o'clock each
evening. Admit tan co 25 cents.
Any donation or contribution will be thant fu! y re?
ceived. 17 October 28
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL OF THE CHURCH
OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
JOHN GADSDEN, Prin-apal, with a Corps of Teachars.
BOAAD OF TTU STIES.
Rsv. A. TOO.iiKR PORTER, Beotor.
G. A. 1 DENHOLM, EDWARD SERRINO,
JOHN' HANCKEL, J. D. ALEXANDER.
-M. T. BARTLETT,
EVAN EDWARDS, Secretary and Treasurer.
rUS SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED IU. V.) ON THE
Oth of DECEMBER. 6ession of TEN MONTHS.
Holidays, one week at i hri.tmaa, flood Friday and Fad?
er Monday, August and september. The hours will l o
from 9 A. M, to 2 P. M. Tho infant Classes, 9 A. M. to
12 M. Thc Rieessea will be in rotation of IS minutea
Boys' and Girls' departments distinct. Sewing and
Embroidery, voluntary class?e, ofter the oxer.Isca of tho
Trans-Books at wholesale cost price, and found to
those who cannot purchase. Tuition 60 cents a month,
m advance, and more accommodating terms to those
who need. Applications for admission made between
hours of b and 10 A. M. at houae of tho Rector, corner
Rutledge an I Spring streets, till turther notice.
November C wfrnlo
THE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Spartauburg, S. C., will ope : October 3d, 1867.
The President, Rev. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D.. will be
aided by "ompetent, experienced teachers lu every de?
Board for half year.?70.00
Continuent l ue. 2.00
Music and all the Ornamental Branches very low.
Those wishing to patronize the School will please ad?
arces thc President. Itu August 9
CLOAK BAKING ESTABLISHMENT.
Mus. M. J. ZEBHOW,
No. 302 Klug street,
Fourth Door North of
Wentworth street. Branch
of Madame DEMOftEsl'S
PA f* NS. STAMPING
and EMBROIDERY, neat?
THE MARIOS STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, IS
punished at Mariou, S. C.. in thc central portion
oi the country, and oners a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, T>ru:;g!sl8, Machlujsta, and all classes who dosir'
to extend their business in tho Pee Dee country,
For the bcticlitof our advertising patrons, we shall, in
addition to our subscription hst, which is constantly rn
creaaiog, publish and distribute, gratuitouslv, copies, of
the STAR, during thc business season th?: Fall.
Ratea ol Advertising liberal.
nn W. J. McKEBALX,
November 20 Editor and Prosrietcr
DAILY TRAIN'S ON THIS SPARTAN BURG
ANO UNION RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER THE 11TH INST., TRAINS WILL BE
ron DAILY (Sundays excepted) over tho Spartan
barr; and Union Railroad. Fare reduced more than 25
per cent THO?. B. JETEft,
November 8 frau-C .President ri. and U. H. R.
NEW YORK EXCHANGE.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK FOR SALE IN SUMS
to suit pureba eera, by
OEO. W. WILLIAMS A* CO.
Oovomber C_ wfmlmo
BONDS. STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
THE ABOVE BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET
rates, by ANDRREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad streat
September 20 rmw2mo
PHTLTP H. KEGLER."
NO. IO BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOR SALE ON NEW YORK, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-HILLS 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*
LIFE II?RA1E AGENCY,
OFFICE IN BEAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREET.
"WORLD MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,"
OP NEW YORK,
Pie?montEeal f state Insurance Company,
FOB LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
J. ALFRED CAY,
November 4 Imo Charleston, S. C.
ROBERT M?RE & CO.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
IIBEBAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
J of COTTON, RICE OR NAVAL STORES, to Liver
pool. London and Glasgow, and to Northern ports.
fi. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Beal Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac., BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
S3- Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, ftc, every
JOHN ti THEO. GETTY,
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
Will make LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CON8IGN
M NTS OF COTTON to our friends In New York, tc.
SHACKELFORD & KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
NO. 1 BOYCE'S WHARF.
Charleston, S. C.
W. w. SHAOXELFOBX), WM. AIKEN KELLT.
WILDA!! fl. GILLUM ? SOX,
Beal Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STREET.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMM JIERCIUiYfS,
?T7?LLAITEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AllD
VV SHU. MENT Ito Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, [tlCE, LUMBER AND NAVaL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, g. C.
E. fflLLib.A. B. CliUOUl
?eio? er is
DURYEA & COHEN,
RS. DURYEA. - - J. BARRETT COHEN?
OFFICE : LIB BABY BUILDING,
COB. BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS.
August 10 ?nfimo
OHS, PAINTS, ETC.
OAK LEATHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMA>D FOR THIS BELTING DU?
BING, Colonel L. M. HATCu'd Agency, ia suiflcicnt gua?
rantee for ita qualities.
For sala at New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDEB, Agents,
No. 126 MEETING STREET,
October 2*_Imo_Charleston, S. C.
WHITE LEAD Al ZINC PAINTS.
IO OOO LEAD PBEMR?M PURE V,'EN:E
I0,u u lbs. pure Philadelphia White Lead
8,000 lbs. New Yrrk White Lead
6.00U lbs. pure French White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Washington Medal White Zruo
8,000 lbs. Franklin Snow White Zinc.
All ol thu above for salo low by
HOLMES A- CALDER,
October M Imo_No. 126 Meeting street.
OIL! OIL! OIL!
fAA GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
UvU SOO gallons Winier Bleached Vi halo oil
800 gallons No. 1 Lard Oil
5U0 gallons No. 1 Tanners" Oil
0OC gallons White Oak Oil
300 ga'lons puro Neatsfoot Oil
700 gallons English Lin-eed Oil
100 gallons Boiled Linseed Otl.
For salo low at HOLMES tt CALDER,
October 24 Imo flo. 126 Meeting streot
FttOsT, BLACK & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS Of
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLiC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our House guaranteed aa re?
P.. W. rSOST. JAMES BLACK. GEO. S NTH IB
October 24 3mos
The Lancaster Ledger.
CONNORS & CARTE R
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT
Lancaster C. H., S. C, Having a large subscription
hst, lt offers a favorable medium to Met chants and ah
advertisers who deaire to exUnd their business in the
upper Districts of the State. Rates of ad\ertisau?j bb
ei 1. Specimen copy of paper sent on application,
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEO? j
1 A H HDB. PRTME SIDES AND SHOULDERS. FOR
lU ?lc low, by T. J. KEBB 4 CO.
November 8_ jj
-I >?/-\ TO?? BEST ENGL rSH COAL. JUST RE?
ID \J CETVl D per bari Divid MoNutt, Tl? H'dif?x,
N. S. For ?ale by HOBT. MUSE 4 CO.
?T A A fi BACK* LIVERPOOL ?ALT, JUST RE
O'/vU CEIVED per ship "Charleston." from
Liverpool. For sale by BOBEBT M?BE 4 CO.
November 8 _3
HAY ! HAY!
^AA BALES PRIME N. E. HAY, EX STE A HEB
*?\J\ S Matanzas. For sale by
JNO. CAMP8EN 4 CO.,
No. II Market street, opposite Ht ito street.
November 8 2
SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
prf \ HHDS. PRIME a B. SIDES
t)\J 50 bbds. Choice Shoulders.
Landing and for sale by HEN BY COBIA 4 CO.
November 6 -rfm3
COAL! COAL ! COAL!
0QQ IONS BED ASH .COAL. EGO SIZE, FOR
200 tons Bed Ash Coal, stove size, for ranges
200 tons White and Steamboat and Foundry Coal
400 tons Cumberland Soft Coal, for parler and black?
Dally expected per sehr. Samuel Coiner, Jr., and other
vessels, and for sale by H. F. BAKER 4 CO.,
November 7 3_No. 20 Cumberland street
LIYERP00L SALT LANDING.
AA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
iU?\J\J Landing and for sala by
November 6 6 GEO. W. WILLIAMS 4 CO.
CORN, SHINGLES, BRICKS, &c,
1 ff AA BUSHEL CORN
60,000 Cypress Shingles
60.000 Carolina Briens
A lot of Spirit Barrels
Bogging and Rope.
For sale by
October 30_No. 1 Boyce's Wharf
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST IN THE CITY 18 TO BE
found at GEO. W. CLARK t? CO.'3
September 18 No. 199 East Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
I AA BBLS. WHISKEYS, OFDLFFEBENT GRADES.
I \J\J qualities and pnces
SOO caaes Claret Wines
100 cases Sehl td am Schnapps
100 casks Brandy, Oin, Jamaica Bum. St. Crotr: Rum,
New tngland Rum, Sherry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira
Wine, 4c., 4c
1000 dozen of the above in cases. iv.- sam by
September 17_GEO. ?. i? \ tc 4 CO.
SALT, SYRUP, &tv
1 t\f\f\ 8ACK3 SALT FOR SAL . IN LOTS TO
lul/U ault purchasers, at leis tlu.n uj-riet rates.
600 Blue Grit Grindstones.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 barrels Rugar.
1000 kegs Nail*.
SoO oags Shot,
1000 boxes Herring.
100 ooxea Starch.
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco, ic, ic.
For sale by OEO. W. OLA RK 4 CO
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 fifi BALES GUNNY CLOTH, EXTRA HEAVY.
1UU 100 Bolls Gcnn7 Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Just received. For sale low and m lots to suit by
September 16_GEO. W. CI ARK 4 CO.
1 AA COLLS MANILLA ROPE.
lUU 300 Colls Hemp Rope.
300 Oilla Jute Rope.
Just received and lor sale cheap for cash, by
September 16 _GEO. W. CLARK 4 CO
BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
1 Ci fit \ BOXES ARMY BREAD.
1UIIW For sale by OEO. W. CLARK 4 CO.
Sop tomb ric
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
1 A BARBELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE
i V BRATED ALE, by
GEO. W. CLARK 4 CO.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOB SALE IN LOTS TO 8ULT PUECHASEwS, BY
the Manufacturer H. OLUOUS,
Na 67 Pine street, New York.
September 24 imo
WORC ESTERSHIRE Si Ul.
BF W of a letter from a
TO BX uti ONLT ^K",V Brother at
? , ~ iflfihr?i WOBCESTEB, May
Good Sauce (?SH&iesi:
^Wf^. "Tell LEA 4 PER
?XD AJFLICABIJC jgBg ETNS that their SAUCE
nvJS.iv is highly esteemed in In.
10 Jl^'rr ola, and is, hi my opinion,
r^Tm^T. . "T^,m,. the most palatable, ra
EVERY VARIETY. gs? well as thereat who'e
" _ wifflSUaome SAUCE that is
OE DISH. ^?9S*/mad9.''
The success of this most delicious and unnvalle 1 con
dim ont having caused many unprincipled defier* to
apply the name to Spurwut Compound!, th? PVBUC IS
rupectfuUy and lornuUg requested to tee that tne nam?
of LEA 4 Plasm are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
October 19 fm wi yr
HKAalJH I rHE STANDARD OF
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
IMPOSTE? AJO) DEALEB Cl
Pine Groceries, Choice Teas, Etc.. E'.-.
NOS. 290 snd262 GBEENWICH-Z., COB. OF MURRA t
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
ORKEN VILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HU BD.O? New Orl?ans.
W. F. CORKEBY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
CtTEVENS HOCSE, Nos. ?1. ?3,545 AND ?T
O Broadway, N. Y.. opposite Bowling Green-i n the
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE ls well and
widely known to the travelling public Ino location is ?c
pccmliy suitable to merchants and business men; it is in
close proximity to thc business part of the city-is cn
the Bfgbway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all thc principal Railroad and Steamboat depot'.
Tho ST L Vt Na HOUSE has liberal sccoramoojuiot, lor
over 300 guests-it is well furnished, and pos sea fes everv
modern improvement tor the comfort ana entertainment
ot ir.i inmates. The rooms aro spacious and well venti?
lated-provided with gas and water-the attendance is
prompt ana respectful-and the table is generously pi o
vi Jed with every delicacy of the season at moderate rates.
The rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, wo
are eua! -a to crier ex.ra facilities for the comfort and
pleasure vt otu- guests. GEO. E. CHASE 4 CO..
May 28 6mo Pronrletois.
PIANO-FORTES-GRAND, Slit-'AHE AND
UPBIGHT-Which are now acknowledged to be,
by the Leading Arusts in this country, SUPEBIuB TO
AN ? OTHERS IN AMERICA. These Instrumenta pos?
sess every modern improvement, are of the largest site,
finished in CARVED and PLAIN BOSEWOOD CASES,
embracing every variety of style. Each has thc iud
METALLIC FRAME, OVEBSTBUNG BASS (with or with?
out the agrafle arrangement). Each bas the FRENCH
GBA * D ACTION, acknowledged to bo superior to any
other lu rapid execution. These instrumenta are ail
SEVEN, SEVEN AND A QT7ABTEB and SEVEN AND A THIRD
OCTAVES; constructed ot' TUOBOCOBXY SEASONED WOOD,
and of thc finest and best uiaterial. ForoaiAT POWEB,
SINGING QUALITIES, SWEETNESS and P?BITT 0? TOME
throughout tho cn?ro REGISTEB : ELEG AN CE OF FIN ISH
and G Rx, AT DURABILITY, the Piano-Fortes of Messrs.
JENN YS 4 SON are unsurpassed by auy other makers in
the WORLD, and have taken tho HIGHEST PREMIUM
W HERL VER EXHIBIiED. T<e same fac?l?aa whic?
enable thu firm to produoo a SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT,
also onabie them to offer thsir F- vNO-FURTEa to Ute
pubbo at TWENTT FEB catii lower than any other ?WT
CLASB na on ufa.turar in the country. .
UM special attention of Dealers, Teachers and o Jar*
la invited to tuoexamiuauon of these Pian.s before mu
ins their selection elsewhere. Every iMJ^unie^Ujw
WARRANTED FOR FlYri YEARS. Descrlpoyo 'airou
lars tent to all parta of the country up^s^'O^f1- *?"
dress, JENNYS * Bf?*.
Noe. 233 and 235 East 91ft stuart.
Between 2d and 3d Avenues. N?wr^v_