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WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 13, 1867.
NEWS S ?'MMA xi:
-Cotton was quoted in New York at 18i?18jc.
for Middling Uphv ds.
-Gold closed at 139^.
-Estimated colt n sales in Liverpool 8000
bales. Uplands. 8 11-16.
-Russia has wholly failed in its attempt to force
the national language upon the people of Lith?
-Baron Beust is discharging the secret police
of Austria, saving money and increasing individ?
-The Tomahawk has discovered that Charles
Reade stole the plot of his "White Lies" from the
French of Augusto Maquet,
-A French geu?eman. tho winner of a recent .
match, drove his Pyirhenian pony sixty-three miles
in eight hours and twenty-seven minutes.
-The heir apparent to tho throne of Siam is
dead; but as he leaves sixty-two brothers and sis?
ters, there is no danger that the line will become
-Tho rise and fall of cotton affects nearly equal?
ly all parts of the civihz.d world. In Normandy
one manufacttror has lost three million francs b\
the fail in this staple.
-At tho council held a few weeks since at St.
Cloud, the question of the price of food in Franoe
was considered. It is said that the Emperor was
especial'y concerned about the matter.
-When the Chinese have a street row, the con
8eque:.ces aro direful. The other day two men
had a. miff, uud belore they were reconciled, eignt
hundred cues belonged to dead Chinamen.
-Connec icut has the honor of containing a
Yankee wno gives notice tba his golden wedding
will take place in thirty years and that he will dis?
count in advauce any presents bis friands intend
to givo him on that occasion.
-An exchange i elates that a gentleman recent?
ly, purchased somo school-books tor his son, and
directed him to hurry to school and see if he could
get there before the text-books were changed.
The fable has a wide application.
-Sir Robert Napier has taken all the troops for
the Abyssinian expedition from Bombay. A dis?
patch sneaks of "dissatisfaction" in Bengal and
Madras aVtheir exclusion trom the rather doubt?
ful privilege of furnishing quotas.
-The City Council of Tallahassee, Fla., remitted
the city tax on Dan Castelio's circus, in considera?
tion of tho very efficient services rendered by his
troupe in stayin; the progress of a disastrous fire
which occurred while he was performing.
-Cn taking up the rails of a New York street
raflroid a few days since, the wooden sleepers
were found to have printed their exact representa?
tion on the iron. The grain, knots and curvatures
were easily detected both by the eye and by . o
sense of touch.
-Among the many economies of municipal ad?
ministration in Paris is the sale ot the yearly
"mud crop." In 1828 this yielded only $15,000. It
now bringa ' $129,000, and when left for some time
in rotting tanks, is sold for manure, at the incroia
ed valuation of $600.000.
-The English Hon e of Commons is not a lazy
body, at all events. Its average time of sitting
during the last session was over eight hours, two
hours of tho time being after midnight. English
legislators oat late dinners, and do the best part
of their wori afterwards.
-According to a return make to the House of
Commons, the number of steam vessels registered
in the United Kingdom was, on tho first of Ja uu
ary? 1867, 2808, and the amount of their aggregate
registered tonnage 869.502 tons, their gross ton?
nage amounting to 1,270,210 tons.
-The Republican majority in Wisconsin has
been narrowed down by the recent election there
to about four thousand five hundred votes. A.
thojgh tiaro was no Congressional election, i t is
believed that four out of the six election districts
have given Democratic majori t'is.
-A prominent Englisu politician, in a recent
spejech at Bolton, asserted "that from twenty
seven to thirty-four per cent, of those married in
the parishes around London are unable to write
their names, and that there aro forty thousand
Children in the city of Ma aches ter attending no
-The money clerk of the . .ams Express Com?
pany at NashvJle haU bis nose bitten through by
a rat on Monday night. The Banner says that
every Mi?- on that rat's back is familiar to the ex?
press officials. Arsenic wou't poison him, and the
most ingeniously contrived traps won't catch him.
Bb ia emphatically the Black Crook of bis species.
-Thad Stevens has wrntun a five column letter
on the currency. His concisions ar J : 1st. TJAI
neither principal nor interest of the five-twenties
is payable in oom. 2d. That a paper legal tender
answers ail the purposes of the ooud mot.il. 3d.
That tho national debt should be paid in legal ten?
der- ?utos, and that the coin in the Treasury
Bhould be used in liquidating the debt.
-A dispatch from Key Weat reports the arrival
there of tho Colombian war steamer Colombia, in
command of Lieutenant Reed, formerly of the
Confederate Navy. After coaling, tho Colombia
will proceed to Havana, whero she wJl go into dry
dock, and will sail thence for .. har. es tm as soon as
her repairs aro completed. Lieutenant Reed, now
Of the Colombian Navy, is the well known leader
of the raid on Portland Harbor during the late
-The French, it appears, are not partial to emi?
gration. The numbers who leave their oountry,
always small, seem to be steadily decreasing. Ac?
cording to returns, the number of emigrants,
which was 17 000 in 1856, had decreased to 6S00 m
1862, to 5700 in 1863. and to 5100 m 1861. In the
latter year only 1300 persons, out of a population
of 10,0.0,000, were tound willing to transfer them?
selves to Algeria, a French colony, separated from
the mother country only by the width of the Modi
terrsnein. In the same year 1057 Frenchmen emi?
grated to the United States.
-Attention should be given in the Southern
States to the growth of tho olive, which will thrive
anywhere from tue Southern boundary of Virginia
to tho Gulf of Mexico. It is aa easily Dropagatod
as the willow, and should be set out in limbs two
or three inches in diameter. These will tear in
three years ; but if small slips be planted it will
take them fifteen years to do so. In five years
the former will yield a full crop. The tree bears
biennially. It eui be pruned every other year and
cuttings planted. It requires little attention, and
is a source of great revenue in Southern Europe.
-The advices from Central and South America
indicate a very disturbed condition of affaire. An
unsuccessful attempt has been made to get up a
revolution in Costa Rica. Nearly twolve hundred
persons havo disd ol cholera in tho Provinco o?
Lower Nicaragua. The disease was equally preva?
lent and equally fatal in other provinces of that
little Republic. The possibility of constructing a
railway across the Isthmus of Nicaragua is said to
be not proved by the surveys recently made. An?
other revolution has broken out m Peru, which is
?aid to be gaining ground. The war Tith Para?
guay continues as desultory as ever. Lopez, it is
reported, has ?eoeivcd heavy reinforementv.
-The Echoes of the Clubs speaks of a clever
ruse of the French Emperor, at which Parisians
are delighted. It seems that soon alter tho Exhi?
bition was opened, it struck tho Emperor that i',
would be advisable, as well as a kindness, to allow
the army eveiy facility for seeing it. Accordingly
he corresponded with tho Coinmississionerv, with
a view .to a reduction of tho tariff of admission
for ali soldiers in uuiform. The Comm-.ssioaeib
wer? obstinat., aud would not ?ecude to the Em?
peror's request. The Emperor persisted in hio
application, but tho Commissioners determined
BOt to reduce the price of admission. According!}
the imperor took to strategy, A battalion ot
?oidiers is requ-red to guard thc Ex dbitJon, and
the Emperor gave orders that the battalion told off
for this duty should be changed every day. So
th,Q soldiers saw the Exhibition for nothing. "
-The BoBton Post is responsible for tho follow?
ing : jiisa Anna E. Dickinson, wo understand, vis?
ited the school ship on Sunday last, by invitation
of Judge Russell. She made an address to the
boys which pleased them. She was invited to thc
cabin and asked to place her name in the book
kept for tho purpose ot preserving the autographs
of d?stinguibhed visitors. After writing her uwn
name there, sho turned over the leaves of the
book and discovered the autograph of Andrew
Johnson. Sue deliberately took a pen and erase-;
the naneof Mr. Johnson. At the time Capta.ii
Matthews was not on board tho ship. U^on get?
ting on board, and learning tho above facts, he
was indignant and at once erased the name of j
Miss Dickinson, and wrote under, ol opposite
namo of Mr. Johnson that his naroo had bi
erased by Anna E. Dickinson.
-Th? unflinching determination of the Cret
to continue tie struggle for their independen
the repeated notes of liussia and her allies in s
port of thc Cretan demands, arid the warlko ari
of tho Greeks, who feel immensely encouraged
now having a Russian Princess as Queen-all t
warns :ho Turks that, if they do not choose
give up Crete, they will soon have to fight. 1
Sultan, it seems, has decided on tho latter com
and of late made unusual preparations for v:
Neodle-guna and war vessels have been purchas
and the fortifications of Kars, of Crimoan celebri
uavo bco.i strengthened. B it the fluancial s
military condition ot the Turkish Empire contint
to be so wretched that it is safe to predict that
Turkey gets no aid from abroad, her resistance
Russia will be of very short duration.
The Lecturing Nuisance and the Ho
Lecturing is growing to be a nuisance,
man may breathe badly, speak badly, lo
biidly, act badly and live badly; but, wh
he has failed at everything else, from polit
i o prize fighting, he buys a yard of red ba
and begs a pine table, rents a reading roi
.ind borrows a cracked tumbler, and takes a n
start in the world as a public lecturer. I
uim be famous or infamou , ho can dr .w
audience; the one great requisite being a ma
> mum of crime, or a maximum of morali
Third-rate, and thirtieth-rate, people undi
take to measure the intellect of a NEWTON
STAEL, a Su AK? TEA nc, or a MILTON; to explt
i he strategy of a HANNIBAL or a NAPOLEON;
dud a remedy for every nuisance, from the i
cial evil to crying babies; to teach the mar
mouthed public to be keen in trade, and adr
in finance; to give lively descriptions of t
Noacbian deluge, and delineate the scenery
thc Lunar Mountains; to show in one hour mc
wisdom, chicanery, brass, and stupidity, th
have been f mnd in any one ordinary man, fn
i he days of CAOLIOSTBO to this era of steami
Curio-ity is the motivo power. The a
diences do not oare much for what is read
said, but they pay their one dollar,-reserv
seats fifty cents extra,-for the privilege
seeing, face to face, some somebody of wh<
there has been talk, or concerning whom ma
an ugly rumor has been put in circulatic
Women make up a large proportion ot the i
tendants on public lectures; and, if they c
secure a woman lecturer, whether ANNA Die
INSON or the "Black Swan," their glory a;
delight is complete.
It is sad, nevertheless, to see a lady who h
carried with her the sympathy of two con
nents;-who has pleaded her cause in pers
at the bar of justice, and melted to unwont
tears a full bench of hoary-headed Judges;
who has fought a manly stand-up fight again
the contradictory technicalities of arbitra:
laws; making a market of her misfortune
holding up her woes to public commiseratio
and selling delicacy and reserve, for tears 1
the pint an i condolence by the kcrchiefful.
Mrs. TXBESA YELVERTON was pitied ai
respected; but, with her appearance last wc?
in New York aa a public lecturer, her pedest
of dignity slipped aside, and she fell to tl
level of a strolling mountebank, or many-sylli
bled prestidigitateur. Not long since, she spol
of her own love-letters as "the sepulchre, <
funeral urn, which contains the ashes of a
that ever was, of all that ever can be;"-in tl
same urn, she is now preparing to hide all thi
was left o::' grief for undeserved misfortune.
But Mrs. YELVERTON is a novice in her ne
trade; and, unless she changes her tactics, sb
will have a brief and inglorious career. ?
her first appearance she read selections froi
"Locksley Hall," "Sheridan's Ride," and th
"Charge of thc Light Brigade;" and did nc
read them well. This was not what wa
wanted. The American public paid its dolla
tor something per--', ally spicy, and briskly ci
citing. It wanted "Yelverton Hall," and th
"Walks through the Crimean Hospitals," am
"The Charges of a Forsaken Wife against he
Miscreant Husband." What were TENNTSOJ
to the love-letters of real life; what wer
SHERIDAN to the "mystic shores" and "treach
?rous waves" so graphically portrayed by thi
Hon. TERESA? Mrs. YELVERTON herself say:
that her love-letters were written for "ono be
loved eye alone," that they were "the firs
bloom of the plum, the first perfume of thi
bud which aftertime destroys." The New Yorl
publio wants to know why this amatorj
"plum" should be made forbidden fruit; whj
iLat romantic "bud" should not be food for thi
worm of intelligent criticism? She is com
pared to Sappho, Hypatia, or Heloise. Whj
then should she put on more airs than thoa*
renowned anachronisms were in the habit o
doing? Why should she not imitate GOETHE'S
Charlotte; and, by her nightly sentimentalism,
earn daily "bread and butter?"
A publio lecturer who is not willing to weat
her heart upon L .r sleeve, to tell all the "emo?
tional effusions" of her soul, to chronicle ever}
aspiration, and catalogue every sigh, will not
draw, when the first novelty is over. Mrs.
YELVERTON can choose between rock and whirl?
pool. She can either give up her public lec?
turing, or work herself up to the exigences of
the situation, and surfeit ber audiences with
the sensational food they- constantly require.
In the one oase, she will lose notoriety and
dollars; in the other, sh? will tarnish name,
fame and reputation.
Bad to Worte.
The New York Times is floundering. It ad?
mits that universal suffrage in the South is an
experiment that has not been fairly tried, and
that nobody believes that the great mass of
Southern negroes aro qualified to exercise the
franchise wisely and for the public good. It
declares, also, that t'ae adoption of universal
suffrage in the South, was "a very unwise, un?
just, and impolitic measure?."
Having made tiesc admissions, having con?
fessed the crimi rial faults of its party, does the
Times frankly recommend Congress to be wiBe,
ust and politic ? Does the Times wish Con?
gress to recede from its tyrannous position,
ind give UM white man the voting power that
s given to tho black ? No ! it says that the
legroes have* the ballot, and it would be diffi
ult and dangerous to take it away ; that it
nay be restored to tho whites, but cannot be
aken from the blacks; but that, when the
legro State Constitutions are sent up to Con?
gress far approval, that body may substitute
inpartial suffrage for universal suffrage, and,
a this way, remedy the evils of the existing
The apparent meaning of this is very plain,
^.cording to the Times, Congress is infallible,
>ad cannot commit a fault;-Congress fears
die black voters whom it has called into ex
stence, and now dare not interfere with them:
because a wrong has been done the Southern
.vhite man, that wrong must be continued.
Shame must be heaped on shame, inji cy on
njury, disgrace on disgrace. The Southern
states are to be tied down month after month,
o be insulted, cajoled and oppressed, until
luch time as it may suit Congress to consider
he new Constitution and take pity upon this
leople. Tho Souta is to be kept under mili
ary or negro rule for an indefinite period, its
brtunea are to be destroyed, its energies arc
o be wasted,-because Congress is not to be
?urrievl in undoing what a Radical organ ad
nits to be "unwise, unjust, and impolitic."
This is an attempt on thc part of the Times
o meet the chance in Northern public opinion;
ind its counsel would not be strange if it did
not come from what professes to bc a consis?
tent and respectable journal. Perhaps, how?
ever, the Times itself may be in error, and the
late elections, and the unmistakeable signs ot
change in the North, may induce the Con?
fesional Radic?is to make concessions to
save themselves irom decapitation. They are
lot over brave, and may not care to face both
jublic condemnation and private contempt.
The Railroad? of Virginia and South Caro?
The Galveston'News Price Current, an estab?
lished Southern financial and commercial nu
thopty, 'speaks in high terms of the energy
shonvn in the management of the railroads of
Virginia and South Carolina. It says that
every Southern State except these shows a de?
cline as regards tho movement of thc last cot?
ton crop, as obmpared with thc records of
previous transportation. There is some in?
crease in Texas owing to the increaso in the
crop; hut South Carolina and Virginia are the
only States whioh report an actual improve?
ment in cotton transportation. This, says the
Price Current, is to be attributed entirely to
the railroad facilities of those States. "The
South Caroliua Railroad has been running re?
cently eleven trains per day from the city of
Charleston, in the prosecution of the great en?
terprise of frequent throagh communications.''
The concluding remarks of the Price Cur?
rent show that, in this State, the necessities of
the times have been understood; and that it is
necessary to go away from home, to find our
railroad system appreciated as it d< serves to
be. The Price Current says: "Now, if it be
true that in a Bingle year the superior railroad
facilities of two Southern States begin to tell in
their behalf as compared with other States ol
the South, how much advantage must the North
derive from her wonderful amount of quioa
transportation. This is getting to be an im?
portant subject in these days. No doubt it is
one of the great reasons of the prosperity of
England, and of our own Northern States.
Nor, without transportation can any country
hope to prosper, whatever may be its natural
advantages of location, soil and climate.
Slavery mado us slow in works of internal im?
provement ; and if we do not speedily get
much faster on that line, we shall reap all the
disadvantages of emancipation without enjoy?
ing any of its advantages. The general policy
of the South has often been mapped out; and
we have supposed that our poople everywhere
saw the salient points. Bu', when any enter?
prising man attempts to lead 'he way in shap?
ing our policy to meet the new situation, we
do not find that he gets any great encourage?
ment. So far there seems to be more who are
inclined to pull back than to help forward.
.As sure as guns are made of iron,' we shall
have to get bravely over this spirit, if .we are
ever to conquer prosperity against the com?
petition whioh is all alive on every side
ARRANGEMENTS have not yet been made for
the purchase of the Danish West India Islands
by the Unite! StateB, but it is thought that the
negotiations may yet be brought to a success?
ful termination. The three principal islands
in these possessions are St Thomas, Santa
Cruz, and St. John ; and they lie at the en?
trance of the Caribbean Sea, which they com?
mand, besides being exactly in the course ol'
commercial vessels Southward. The best har?
bor is that of St. Thomas, whieh is of the first
excellence and capaciousness. It is the natu?
ral rendezvous and coaling station for the
West India naval squadron, and affords at all
times a safe harbor for vessels that are over
taken with accidents and stress of weather.
The Danish Government has long made this
port an important one, three thousand vessels
of all nations touching there every year, and
the commerce and trade of thc other inlands
finding it a natural exchange. Agriculture,
that is, the raising of sugar cane and other
tropical products,-is not so much attended to
on tne Island of St. Thomas as on Santa Cruz
and St. John ; but that is otfing to this very
fact, that its fine harbor and peculiar position
render it more profitable to devote attention to
commerce, coaling and refitting vessels, and
general traffio for the other islands. The
population of St. Thomas is a little short of
15,000. _ _
THERE ARE seven iron works in successful
operation in Northeastern Alabama. A ma?
jority of these owe their origin to encourage?
ment given by the Confederate Government,
and the necessities created by thc Federal
blockade. The iron district of the South is
very extensive, and the oro, usually, cf supe?
rior quality. This is the Southern age of iron;
the hoe, the spade, the steam engine, the anvil
and the hammer, are the w< apons now to be
used. Want and misery are tough customers,
but they cannot stand cold iron.
THE MACON ANO AUGUSTA RAILROAD being
within a few days of completion, arrangements
are being made for a confection with the Cen?
tral Road at Milledgeville. This road was as?
sisted and encouraged by this State, in the be?
lief that it would bring business to Augusta,
which would then come to Charleston. It is
hoped that this end will now be secured, and
that the new road, as far as completed, will be?
come an important feeder of Charleston.
Nsw JERSEY is reforming her railroads, as
she '.as dono her politics. The reforms sug?
gested are,-to make the fare ten cents per
mile on all roads and for all distances, tickets
to be good on any train of the line which issues
them until taken up by the conductor, local
commutation tickets at low rates to be issued
to encourage local traffic. This is infinitely bet?
ter than radicalism. It will do more good, and
FLORIDA is stealing away tho cotton trade of
Savannah, because the steamers between that
port and New York have put up the rates of
freight on cotton to one cent a pound, or S5 the
bale of 500 pounds.
MISS C. MA?LE, NO. 432 KINO S ULLI, THIRD
door?outhof Cal.ouu street, respectfully invites
the attention other cu-tornera, and the public generally,
to her stock of WINTER FASHIONS, consisting of Bon?
nets, Hats, Feathery Flowers and Velvet?, ali of the
latOEt styles, which abe will sell at very low prices. Pur?
chasers will do well to caU and examine. Constantly on
hana an assortment of FRENCH CORSETS.
November 13 wfmS*
CLOAK HAKIM ESTABLISHMENT. ?
Mas. M. J. ZERNOW,
No. 302 King street,
Fourth Door North of
Wentworth street, Branch
of Madame DEMOREST'S
PA l t NS. STAMPING I
and EMBROIDERY, neat?
DAILY TRAM'S OX THE S PA UTA VB I HG
AND UNION RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER THE 11TH INST., TRAINS WILL BE
ron DAILY (Sunday, excepted) over the Spartan
burg and Union Railroad. Fare reduced more than 25
per cent THOb. B. JETE lt,
?.ovember 8 fmwfl President ?. and U. R. R.
LIFE INSURANCE MENDY,
OFFICE VA REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, UKO AD STREET.
"WORLD M?AL?FE mwm co.," I
OP NEW YORK,
Piedmont Real state insurance Company | i
FOR LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
J. ALFRED CAY,
November * Imo Charleston, S. C,
WANTED IMMEDIAT KL Y, A GOOD
Cook Washer and Ironer, and to m tko herself
genera'ly useful. Apnly at tho corner ot RADCLIFFE
AND THOMAS STREETS, No. 48, West side,
.november 13 1*
WANTED, A SITU_T_ON~AS WET NUR^E.
H is no objection to travelling. Inquire at No.
190 TRA I'D >TRLE., opposite Legare stxcot
- November 13 1
WANTED, AGENTS FOR AN EXCEL
L NT ARTICLE in great domand. Apply at J.
ARNOLi-'S. No. 116 Church stroet, between Queen and
Chalmers street. i* November 13
AGENTS WASTED FOR A YTtfGINIA
LIFE LN-?KANCE COMPANY.-Tho Richmond
Bu ki g and Insuranc Company, of Mci.mond, Ya,
IN URES LIVES on ihe most reasonable terms, with se?
Those unable to insure an MADE ABLE.
AOLNXo WANTED in every city and county in the
App icants for Agencies will ad Irosa
l. B. STARKE, General Agent,
November 12 Imo Bor No. 208, Rlchmjnd, Ya.
WANTED, A WHITE SHOEMAKER. TO
work as journeyman in house. For particulars,
apply to No. 646 KINO ?sTREET, near Cannon.
November 12 2*
TT/ANTE .>. BY A L DY COMPETENT TO
VT teach English, French and Music, employment in
tue city. Address X. Y. Z., Daily News Office.
November 8 Imo
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHER
or Governess, by a young Lady, competent to
teach Euglish, Ftencn and Music Tho best of refer?
ences given. For further information, address J. CA
M ; K, associate Editor southern Cultivator, Athens, G?.
Novo i ber 7_ _12_
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QUAINTED with all the branches of Bookkeeping
and Accuunbng, to go to Galveston, Texas. Address M.
A., box 2684, N\w xorkPostofflce.
November 6 12
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DRED DOLLARS, m some safe, lucrative busi?
ness, which will give employment to the a. verbser.
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may be hud. Address X. J. H., Daily News office.
November 2 12
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?to.y BLISS fc MAC EATHKU>, Louis vi de, Ky.
October 31 Imo
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TENT BOOKKEEPER, from the 16th of Novem?
ber. The best references given. Address SIGMA,
Daily News Office._ia October 31
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THE GRAY JACKETS,
And how they Lived, Fough t and Died for Dixie,
Incidents and Sketci.cs of life in the Confederacy.
Send for Circulars. Address
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October 21 Imo*
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IK USE, having been thoroughly '.eflttod and re?
furnished, is now offered for BALL *, PARTIES and EX?
HIBI IONS, Company and Society Meetings, Ac.
For terms apply to
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November 13 wfni? No. 25 Broad street.
TO RENT. FOUR ROOMS IN A DELIGHT?
FULLY situated Houao on south Bay, and kitchen
room if lequired. Apply at No. 35 HAY.xE STREET.
Nove m ber 13 _
TO RENT, THE THREE-STORY BUICK
HOUSE corner of Church and A tl .ntic streets, now
occupied by W. E. MlkeU, Esq., m complote repair, and
possession to bc given on let December. Rent $600.
Apply to THOMAS J. KERR,
November ll rawf3_Kerr's Wharf.
TO RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
No. 20 Cannon street, containing four square rooms,
dressing room and pantry, with doable piazza; gas fix?
tures throughout ; stable, hay loft, carriage house and
smoke house, all complete. Also, one two-story House
in thu yard, containing tour square rooms. Possession
given on tho 1st November. Ai ply on THE PREMISES.
rLEASE FOU. A TERM OF YEARS,
the VALUABLE ESTATE belonging to the late
Colonel Kout, situated m onngeburg District, i ons is t
liig of 35b0 acres, two-thirds cleared. The soil is rich
red clay, fino ior ul kinds of crops, J bo Estate is water?
ed bv a largo creel-, on which isa FINI MILL SEAT
AND DAM CO.uPLEiE; the test water-power in the
state for Mills and Factories; situation healthy all tho
year round. Ou the place are sixty laborers (freedmen),
who would contract cbeaply, as they desire to remain.
Tho Estate will be leased lur a term of years m one
body, or in farms to suit small capital. For terms, ap?
ply to MOWRY A CO. November 12
rpo RE AT.-THREE BOOMS, FOttNISH
JL ED, with or witbo t b ard, in five minutes walk of
jue new ostotUcc. Apply as Xfll ?> OFFICE.
SEA ISLAND WO UPLAND COTTON AND
RLE PLAN CATIONS. FARM? and Cil* PROPER*
i x of all kinds for SALE and LEASE by
CLIFFORD ti MATBEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 66 Broad street.
November 9 Smoa
Ci AAA REWARD.-% SKILLFUL ROR
UUu BERY was perpe raied upon the Hotel
oi POHL a AiYERS, at ranu ville, on he Une oi th :
South C rolina Rdiroad, on thc night of th . 30th Octo?
ber. The tiUi'tlars made a b eacu through an 18 Inc .
wall under tho platiorm surrounding tae bull lng. and
passed up through the liquor co.lar into tho bar-room,
und abstracted content of ibo drawer. Three boules ot
liquor and a money box, 10 inches by 14 inches ititi 6
luchos dot r, ima. orass hinges, iron lock, papoied on in
and outside with light colored wal. paper, numu of Pohl
A Myers upou tne i.p in largo lettorr; said u-.x contain
in"; the following amounts: G connue, s, i0.a28.95; Gold,
?20; Mlver ?14.28; Railroad Script, ?20; s ate Mou.y ?42;
to.ttl amount, ?6,425.22. The auovo reward will be paid
for the detection of tue robbers an I r. co very of the
money, or in proportion to <he amount iee avered; or
?500 if monoy is returned, and no questions will be
asaed. POHL A MYERS,
November 7 S* Branchville Hotel, S. C.
FOR S ALK OR TO RENT, THE I L.V.VTA
HO.N on Edin i Island kno*n as the Headquarters,
or Seabroo . Place, containing 300 acres of bust qua! ty
cotton and provision land, and 65 acres in woods. On
the place are a dwelling house with 16 rooms, barns,
staDica, out-buildings and quarters for 20 famines; all m
flrst-rute order. Also, an abunuant suppiy oi good water.
Steamers to and from Charleston land at tho ?lace four
times a week, making it a very eligible location ior ;
tor terms, apply te J. EVANS EBINGS, Edisto, or
CLIFF J.. D A MATHE WES, Charleston.
November 13 wth
FOR SALE OR LEASE, REAL ESTATE
in tho rno-t desirab.e local ty In the city. ler.ua
hoerul. Apply to J. It. SLOAN, No. 1 Ann street, be?
tween tho nours ul ll A. M. and 3 P. M.
Nov mber ll Imo
FOR SALE OR RENT, AN EXTENSIVE
TURPENTINE FARM, belonging io the Estate of
J. H. MCINTOSH, ana situaied near Society Hill, on tho
cheraw and Darlington Railroad, is offered for sale or
rent; together with two Distil.erica, Tools, Ac. A pur?
chaser, or lessee wishing to cut additional boxes, can
secure skJluj white labor on reasonable tsrms.
EDWARD MclNl'O H. Ext'r ,
November 8_(J_Society Hill, So. Ca.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
QUANTI 1Y, price 76 cents per hundred. Apply at
UieOfac ol thoDAlL? NEWS. Imo i ctober 23
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
privrte family, at No. 45 EAST BAY. near the
Ba.tery. Terms $8 per week. wfm October 9
BOARDING.-A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with BOA KD in a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 GEORGE STREET. Terms mode?
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
bo obtained, at rcasonablo rates, by applying at No.
i,A KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
tho Citadol. Tho Street Cars pa is tho door every ten
minutes. 3mo October 7
STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL AND
conven ient in tho dtv, at very reasonable prices,
for COTTON, RICt'. SALT, FERTILIZERS. Ac. Ac. In?
surance, when desired, as low as any in the city. Apply
'o GEO. W. CLARK A CO.,
Corner Ea6t Bay and Cumberland strsets.
IHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXI3.ING
between CHAS. ELIAS and WOLF Ei las, under
tho name ff CHAS. ELIAS t BRO., has been dissolved.
Hereafter tho business will bo conducted individually
Claims against tho firm will be paid by CHARLES ELIAS.
Camden, S. C., November 9,1867.
November ll niWl3
REMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE 8PANISH
Consul, No. 48 BhOAD STREET, u> Ul further no
GEO. RIVERS WALKER,
October 30 JJ. _ Acting Com-ul.
BOOTS, Sj OES, ETC.
BOOTS ANO SHOES.
JUST RECEIVED, TN ADDITION TO OUR FORMER
STOCK, FIVE HUNDRED CASES OF BOoTS AND
M?OI S, direct from the a anuiacturera, which we oner
'jr sale at the lowcbt market prices.
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
NO. 2 HAYNE STREET,
CORNER OF CHURCH STREET.
N'oveuibor 6 _._
STOCK NOW COMPLETE
EDWARD DALT, Agt.
WHOLESALE D F ALER IN
o. mwm "im iHuimoj
AT Xo. l-l MEETING STREET,
3 HAR ?. E S TON, S. C.
October 31 Imo
THIS EVENING, NOT. 13,186?.
GRAND VOCA!, ?ND -INSTRUMENTAL
FOR TUE BENEFIT OF
THE NEW GERMAN CHURCH.
?\ITV<IC CONDUCTED BY MR. HOFFMAN, PRINCI
jVJ. PAL German School, assisted by Prof. DtDEN
and a large Orchestra and CboruB, comprising nearly all
the beat professional and amateur talent of this city.
L OVERTURE- "Tancred!"-(Orchf ?tra).ROSSINI
3. THE 23TH PSALM-Grand Chorus, with Orche
8. SOLO FOR BARITONE-"Good Night"-By. KUEXIN
4. SELECT'ONS FROM MOZART'S "DON JUAN"
for Piano, by.HEBE
5. "D'UN PENSIERO"-Terzetto from "Somn?m?
L OVERTURE-Iuliani in Algiori, by.ROSSINI
2. MARCH-"Militaire," Chorus with Orchestra,
3. SCENE AND ARIA FROM "JUDITH"-Sopra?
no Solo by.J. CONCONB
4. TRIO FROM "OBERON," for violin, Violincol
lo and Piano, by.DEBERIOT
5. "GLORIA," for Chorus and Orchestra.
Dom open at half, past 7; to commence at half-past 8.
Tickets to bo had at the following places : The Book
and Music Stores and principal Hotels; Messrs. FOOAB
TCS A STILLMAN, JAMES B. BETTS, CPFEEHAHDT A CAMP?
ST;?,-, M&Lcnxas A MULLER, J. R. READ A Co. ; also from
;he Conductors of the street cars, and at the door of the
N. B.-Tho Cars will he in attendance after the per?
formance. N. FEHRENBACH,
November 13 3 for the Committee.
IN CONJUNCTION WITH
NUMBERING IN ALL
300 MEN AND HORSES,
AN ENORMOUS MORAL COMBINATION OF
INSTRUCTION AND REFINED
WILL EXHIBIT IN CHARLESTON
FOR THREE DATS ONLY, COMMENCING
Monday, November ll,
ON THE CITADEL SQUARE.
COMBINES A GREAT NUMBER OF SPECIMENS OF
various descriptions and characters in the school of Na?
tural History, which have been collected at the expense
of the largest energy, Indefatigable i ese arch, and the
most lavish outlay of money.
m AUBURG 4 H'S DEPARTMENT
CONSISTS (WITH NUMEROUS A0DI1I0NS) OF THE
Ure Van Ambtuv Zoolo0icai Collection, comprising
specimens of the rarest and most beautiful wild Beasts,
birds and Rcptilos, from every section of tae known
DAN CASTELLON DEPARTMENT,
COMPRISING DAN CAST ELLO S GREAT CIRCUS,
composed of the most distinguished luminaries in the
Lquestrian Profession, comprising the best Male and
Female Riders. A Great Gratuitous Exhibition charac?
terizes the entres of our Establishment in every place.
A BRILLIANT STREET PAGEANT.
TN THIS GRAND C WALCADE AND MOVING PIC
1 URE will appear a seres of the most elaborately finish?
ed Chariots, gorgeously decorated Platform Cars, artist!
ca.ly finished Cages and Dens, contain'ag the whole of
the Zoo ogical Collection, tho Band Charlot, of original
design and resplendent decoration, called the Throne of
Apollo, and a Cavalcade entitled the Crusader's Triumph,
conflating of over ono hundVed and fifty Mounted
Knights, clad in Burnished steel Armor, with their Ban?
ners, Pennons and Insignia, and accompanied b.v their
Ladies in Costumes of Medieval ages, all preceding
the crowning feature of the Procession, a large LIVING
LION, boite on the elevated platform of ihe Splendid
Tableau Carriage, loose, unchained, untrammelled, and
free in the public streets. This sight forms tho Great
sensation of tho times.
FIRST SEASON IN AMERICA OF THE GREAT PARI?
SIAN Artiste and Equestrienne, 1st? of the Cirque Impe?
And the Child Wonder.
The youngest and mose pttite Equestrian Performer in
the world, whose remarkable sk Ul and courage have eli?
cited the most enthusiastic encomiums from the press
Tickots can be purchased at the Charleston, Mills and
Pavilion Hotels, without additional charge.
Admission, 75 cents; Children under 10 veers, SO cts.
NOTICE.-First performance will take place on Mon?
day Night, November 11th.
Afternoon at 2 o'clock. Evening at 7 o'clock.
Novombor 8 6*
KOOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR
NER of Moeting and Sooiety Streets.
June 19 wsomo
TOE VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOR CHURCHES, HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
CAMEiif N, BIRKLEY & CO.,
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
November 2 2m0, Charleston, S. C.
THE TRl-Wb L.KLY NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WLNNSBOBO' S. C., AFFORDS .?.
profitable medium for th? advertising public ol
We respectfully solicit their patrono.e for our mutual
PAILLARD, D?SI'ORTES 4 WILLIAMS.
L,A CANDEUR LODGE .Vo. 36, A. F. M.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE!
will ak* place This Evtning, at 7J?, at Matonlc
Jae M. M. Degree wlU bc conferred.
By order of the W. M. JOS. SAMSON',
November 13 _1* Secretary.
MASOMC EAl?t ASSOCIATION. .,
AMEETING OF THIS ASSOCIATION WILL BE
beld This Evening, at Masonic Hall, at 7)? o'clock.
By order of the President.
November 18_I_G. H. INGRAHAM, Secretary.
GERMAN FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
YCU ABE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
the Engine House, in full uniform (black pants).
This Day. 13th instant, at 1 o'clock, for Quarterly Meet?
ing and Parade.
By order of the President
JOHN C. WOHLERS,
November 13 1 Secretary G. F. E. Co.
T H EATRE.
Lass?es and Managers.TZIOLRON k Bao.,
Of the Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
THE MANAGEMENT RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNf E
to the Ladles and Gentlemen of Charleston and
vicinity that they havo, tn conjunci?n with the Hiber?
nian Society tutted up the popular resort. Hibernian
Hall, and will inaugurate on or about
A SERIES OF
Brilliant Dramatic Sensations,
Producing during a stay (limited to three weeks) the fol?
lowing Select, Fashionable and Truly Great
Specialties, with the
Best Company and Appointments tn the
HEIR AT LAW
RuMEO AND fULIET
BEAUTY AND BEAST
BLACK CROOK. Ac.
Seats secured ii advance,_6 November 13
CHARLESTON, FOUR Di?S ONLY.
LOCATION CITADEL GREEN.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY.
NOVEMBER 18,19, 20, 21.
HS ? IMGII,
Forming a Grand Stock Enterprise, consonas ling
TEN SHO WS
OP FIRST CLASS SE LEO HON IN ONE GRAND AL?
Ja composed of the curious and rare animals of Asia,
Africa and South America, including Ornithological selec?
tions cf the most beautiful specimens of FOREIGN
BIRDS, iormiL'g the most extensive collection of WILD
ANIMALS in tho country, supported by
THE LARGEST C?MPAAY OF EQUESTRIANS
In America, numbering 160 Men and 26) Horses, in?
cluding 60 Performers, 6 Lady ?qu ea in ena es, 3 popular
In the Zoological Department will be found
A HERD OF TAPIRS, A FLOCK OF AUSTRALIAN
EMEUS. A HERD OF PORCUPINES, THE PERFORM?
ING ELEPHANT "EMPRESS," INTRODUCED BY
MR. JOHNSON. -
GRAND GRATUITOUS EXHIBITION I
A Gorgeous Ancient Pageant-The Gr. nd Charlot of j
Mars, Oberon and Achilles; Living Lions In oren Dens
ot Gold and Bronze; Knights and Gladiators, in Armor
of Ancient Romans, as escort to the glittering and costly
Oriental Equipages. Thia grand and imposing Proc?s
sion will be preceded by the Chariot of Oberon, contain?
ing TH08. CANHAMS OPERATIC SILVER AND
STRING ORCHESTRA of twenty first class Musicians.
The Procession will enter the City at 10 o'clock.
First Grand Performance Monday Evening. Doors
epen at 6% o'clock.
Matinees each day, commencing Tuesday, November
10. Doors open at 1 o'clock.
Admission 75 jents. Children under 10 at -35 cents.
FOR THE BUILDING OF AN EPISCOPAL
CHURCH AT FLORENCE. S. C.
THE LADIES WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THIS
CHURCH have determined to hold a FAIR, on tba
12tb, 13th, 14th sud 16th of November at the MASONIC
Arrangements are bein? made to have a CONCERT or
CHARADE the last two nights.
Deon open at 10 o'cloca each day, and 7 o'clock each
evening. Admittance 25 cents.
Any donation or contribution will be thankfully re?
ceived. 17 October 28
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL OF THE CHURCH
OF I HE HOLY COMMUNION.
JOHN GADSDEN, PruvapaL with a Corps of Teachers.
BO APD Ci rBDSTEES.
REV. A. TOOAIER PORTER, Rector.
G. A. I h EN HOLM, EDWABD SEBRING,
JOHN HANCKEL, J. D. ALEXANDER.
Al. T. BARTLETT,
EVAN EDWARDS, Secretary and Treasurer.
rnS SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED (D. V.) ON THE
9th of DECEMBER. Session of TEN MONI HS.
Holidays, one week at c hristmas, Good Friday and East?
er Monday, August and september. The hours will bo
from 9 A. M, to 2 P. M. Tue infant Clashes, 9 A. M. to
12 M. The Recesses will be k rotation of 15 minutes
Boys' and Girls' departments distinct. Sewing and
Embroidery, voluntary classes, after the exer Isca of the
TERMS-Books at wholesale cost price, and found lo
ihoae who cannot purchase. Tuition 60 cents a month,
m advance, and more accommodating terms to those
who need. Applications for admission m ado between
hours of a and lu A, M. at bouso of the Rector, corner
Rutledge an 1 Spring streets, Uli mrther notice.
November 6 wfml5
J. M. BRADSTREET k SON.
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent.
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
[8 PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNEEDA*. AT SUM?
TER, S. C.. byGlLBERT k FLOW^iiS, Proprietor?.
,t FOUR DOLL ABS per aauum. Invariably tn advance
Advar?9eznente Inserted at usual rates.
Every style ol Job Printing executed In tbe neu'es'
lylo and ?watest dispatch. .sxpeemoet ft j
. .. ttosaSoa._.- ... J
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
^ BACON! BACON !
QA HHD>. CHOICE CI EAU BIBBED SIDES
Ou 20 hadi. good Shoulder?
90 boxe? good Shoulden.
For Hale low to clow Mle?, by
November 13 wfm3 HENEY COBIA ac CO.
COAL! COAL !
I0I*S BEST BED ASH EGO COAL, NOW
??i I Tb 1? .ding, which will be sold low for cub by ap?
plying to F. p. frEIGNIOUS,
Coal Yard, corner East Bav atd Hasel utreets.
November ia . 3 ,
COEN, SHINGLES, BRICES, &c,
1 KC\C\ BUSHEL , COEN
JL t)UU 6O.C0O Cypreaa Shingle?
60,000 Carolina Brick*
A lot of Spirit Barrels
Bagging and Rope.
For sale by
SHACKELFORD A KELLY.
October 30_No. 1 Boyce'i Wharf
GRdCERIES AND PROVISIO?sT
I r\ H'JDS. CLEAB BIBBED SIDES
WJ 16 ht du. Prime Shoulders
6 bbl? Sugar Cured Shoulders
6 bbl?. Sugar Cured Hams
Coffee, bogar, Flour, Lard, Ac.
For sale by WM. O UBS EY,
November ll_mwf3_fro. 102 East Bay.
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST Di THE CITY IS TO BE
found at GEO. W. CLARK i CO.'S
September 18 No. 199 Bait Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES to LIQUORS,
I AA BBLS. WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT ORAD RS,
LUU qualities ant prices
600 case? Claret Wines
10O cases Schif dam Schnapps
100 OM ks Brandy, Oin, Jamaica Bum. SL Croix Kum.
New 1 ngland Bom, Sherry Wine, Port Wine, Madeira
Wine, kc, Ac.
1000 dozen of the above in cases. For sale by
September 17_GEO, ff. T-l' K * CO.
SALT, SYRUP, &r.
1 SHA 8A?ES SALT FOB SAL . IS LOTS TO
LeJUU ?ult purchasers, at leas thin market ratea.
600 Bluo Grit Grindstones.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 b?rrela Sugar.
1000 kegs Nails.
600 bags Shot,
1000 boxes Herring.
100 boxes Starch.
1000 boxes Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco, Ac, A-c.
For sale by GEO. W. CLABK A CO
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
1 AA BALES GUNNY CLOTH. EXTRA HEAVY.
LUU 100 Bolls Ganny Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Just received. For salo low and in lots to suit; hy
September 16_GEO. W. CLABK A CO.
1 AA COILS MANILLA BOPE.
?\J\J 200 Colls Hemp Rope.
200 C'JIIB Jnte Rope.
Just received and lor sale cbean for cash, by
September 16_GEO. W. CLARK k CO
Bi*EAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
1 AA.I I BOXES ARMY BR EA P.
?UUU For sale by GEO. W. CLABK A CO.
Septemb; r 18 ...
SMITH'S BURTON ALE. ~~
1 f\ BARRELS JUST BECETVED OF THAT CELE
LU B BA TED ALE, by
GEO. W. CLABK k CO.
BALE, BOPE, BAGGPG~AN?~
T7V3R SALE LS LOT8 TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
Jj the Manuiuctarer H. CLUCDB,
No.' 67 Pine street, New York,
September 24 ?mo
LEA & PERRINS'
PRO\Ol\C?D J-, - EXTRACT '
xe ax na o?fLT ^BK\B. Brother at
~ , " l?ffiJ|wORCESTER, May
Good Sance R?S18611
_ S ?Lt:- "Tell LEA A PER
AMU APPLICABLE 3gEg BINS that their BACCI
'. 'Vt5"".' 1B highly esteemed in In?
*? i^^cr di?, and ls, In my opinion,
___._" _, "w"" ^oS??:' the most palatable, a?
EVERY VA^TYSBT well as thermostable.
WMT tome SAUCE that is
OF DISH. 1?M^B>/m^e.'' . 1
The success of this most delicious and namiUe 1 ?cm
dimest having caused many unpriaupled der ?An to
apply the name to Spurious Compound?, the PJBLIG la
respectfully and carnally requested to sae that Lae nama
of LXA k PXBBXNS are upon tho WRAPPER, LA BEI?
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW -srojtx, .
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
October 19_ fmwlyr
^^^?^ COLGATE & CO 'S
K^MflM j THE STANDARD OF
???LA O?TSTM For Sale by all Grocers.
^^JJ^l^^Jr October 21 3mo
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
mroBTxa ABS DXALXB m
Fine Groceries, Choice Teas, Bte.? !?*.?.
NOS. 260 and 262 GREENWICH-,T" COB. CF MUR li AV
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR" OF THE
GREENVILLE, 8. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
r ROPnrETOBS :
WM. A. HUED.i.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKER Y.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel..
Jane 17_ 6mo
STEVENS MOI SE, Nos. SH. 33,965 ANO JW
Broadway, N. Y., opposite Bowling Green-Cn the
European Plan.-THE STEVENS BOUSE is weU and
widely known to the travelling public. The location ls es?
pee lally suitable to merchants and business men; lt ia in
Close proximity to the business part of the city-ta cn
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
The STEVENS SOUSE has liberal accommodation tor
over 300 guests-it ls well furnished, and possesses every
moJeru improvement for the comfort and entertainment
of its Inmates. The rooms are spacious and well venti?
lated-provided with gas and water-tbe attendance ia
prompt and respectful-and the table ls generously pio
vided with every delicacy of the season at moderate rat?.
The rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, wo
are ena! -ato offer extra facilities for the comfort and,
pleasure "f our guests. GEO. K. CEASE k CO.,
May 28 6mo Proprietors.
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
IIBEBAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
j of COTTON, BICE OB NAVAL STOBES. to Liver?
pool, London and Glasgow, and to Northern ports,
October 29 _ Imo
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
EE AL ESTATE, STOCKS. Ac, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
PERTY LEASED. _" .
MW Auction of BOUSES, FURNITURE, Ac., every
Wednesday. _<W*?? .
WILLUM fl. GILULtiD 4 SOX.
Real Estate Agents Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. *3 BAYNE STREET.
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COJUnSSKtS UEBCHiVTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCH^E, SALE AND
SHH MENT ito Foreign and r>omeetie P.j*ta)ot
COTTON, ttl LL. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES,
ATLANTIC WH A RF, Cn?xI?*tO?w BK C.