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THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 14. 1867.
-Cotton has a declining tendency in Nsw Jork;
sales 1C03 -ales at lS?c. for Middling Upmnds.
-Gold closod at 140.J.
-I i Liverpool cotton cb3od at 8Jd. for Uplands.
-.Marshal Kano, of Baltimore, is now Tobacco?
nist Bane, < f Danville.
-Mrs. Stowe is writing a new novel among the
orange Rroves of Florida.
-The heirs of Anneke Jans are to have a famUy
gathering at Pougnk epsie.
-Adebna Patti authorises tho announcement
that she is now onga7ed to anybody.
-Florida and Louisiana promise us a large
orange crop this season. Peaches will not grow
-The bread rio'3 at Torquav, Exm uth, and
other places, have b:en sap. ressed, and quiet is
-Badicals say nothing will ba done in Congress
until the regulir meeting, bat the salaries will bs
paid just the same.
The wif j of a Brooklyn shoemaker ou Fridav
presented ber hush nd with thirty-two pounds of
baby in four packages.
-Sixty-five yea? ago a lady planted her ridmg
wbip. a ?bp of grapevine, atMontecito, California.
Kow it covars a spt.es of 4830 feet.
?-Tue Princeton students made a great bobbery
over tae Democratic victories, with bonfires and
speeches in the College Campus.
-The wmto trcst at New Orlo ns, on tho 2d,
closes the yellow tiver season for 1837. The whole
number of de..tbs by fever is repotted at SQ06.
-The news of the great loss of shipoing by the
tornado a: St. Tuooias has caused a wide spread
faebng of depression in English commercial ch?
-A duel took place on the 13lh ult. between
Prinoo Achille Marat and the Marquis de Bouge,
near Paris. Tbs Marquis was slightly wounded in
-The Bichmond Whig of the 12th inatant aays
the Ben. James A. Seddon went to General Scho?
field's headquarters at Bichmond on the lltb inst.,
ind took the amnesty oath.
-Judge Belly, of Pennsylvania, ts out in a letter
la which be says that Genera1 Grant will not carry
a single Stat J a ?.os i th) p atforua bo stands upon
will reoagniza ma .h.od suffrage.
-The Nation newspaper says the Democrat''a
party ie evidently going to Le strang enough next
year to mako it worth while to beat them. It
wasn't worth whilo at the last elections.
-The German tragedienne. Janauscheck, plays
a play whero she kills her son and horse" and tho
New iorkers are in ecstades at her acting. 'N jvet
were death-struggles so Lie-like," says one brJliant
-Tao corner stone of a new church, to be erect?
ed by the Order of Dominican fathers-the first
ohuroh of tho Order ereoted in New York city-was
laid onSanday with imposing ceremonies in Lex?
-The Philadelphia oity railroads were in full
operation last Sunday under the reoent decision of
the Pennsylvania Supr me Court. In several of
the oburoiies the ministers denounced the move?
ment as wicked and unchristian like.
-AU the difficulties that existed in tho way of
arranging the aff-drs of the late Emperor Maxi?
milian havo baeu ivercoma, and it appears that
the Prinoe, to the great surprise of the Court at
Vienna, has loft considerable fortuna.
-The Broman ship* Astronom and Constantia
arrived a; Naff Or.eans on Sunday wi.h lour hun?
dred aad forty-amo emigrants, tao greater portion
of wjom were tor tue Nortawast, and were takau
on board a ataamboat for St. Louis without land?
-Tbs United States Bovenue steamer Wilder?
ness, Lieutenant Carey, from Charleston, bound
for Mexico, with Senor Bomoro, Mex.can Ministor,
and his mother a^d aist.ron board, tououed at
Key West for coil on the 1st inst., and proceeded
to Vera Cru* on the 21
-Tue foreign commissioners at the Paris Expo?
sition gave a farewell banquet to the Imperial
Commission on tb; 2 j.a ultimo. The affair was a
grand one, and toe bill of lara decided!; interna?
tional. Only two American dishes appeared,
calves' bead and lobster cutlets.
-Several citizens of Matamoros, Mexico, recently
oharxed certain civil oth-ials with beiug coucerned
lu a coatoui-laud revo.utioa, wnereupoa the com?
mander of the post arrested and imprison.d the
informants. Another revolutionary movement is
expected within a lew mouths.
-A letter from Dry Tortugas says all the sol?
diers of Fort Jefferson havo signed a poutiou to
tho President, ukang for the release ot Dr. Mudd,
one of the Linoolu conspirators, in conseuue.ee
Qi his services in attending yellow icv.r patients
At the post this lab. He was sentenced to lnipri
aanment for lifo.
-The National Intelligencer says that the ses?
sion of Congress from November 21st to the first
Monday in December will be devoted to impeach?
ment; and if tho Bousu retuso to .m. each thc
President, a resolution ofcensurjw.il bu offered
as an a terna:.ve measure. If they can't whip Mr.
Joainson. they can make months at him.
-Bennett has a poer op.uion of the So...hem
Solans. He thus sneers at thuir Convantio. s:
"As they wi.l he all Badical, and considerabh
mixed wita black, we may expeoc them to 'pla>
snob fantastio tricks baforo h gh Heaven as will
make the angels weep' and the Northern Democra?
cy rejoice. After the tragedy comes the force.1
-The report of the committee of the Cincin?
nati Cb auber of Commerce, to whioh has been
referred the subject of strongly recommending
Congress to take tho tax off co'ton and sugar
produced in this country, was on Saturday
adopted at a full meeting of tho Chamber by a
unanimous vote. Over nine hundred mombers
were m attendance.
-Those, strong minded ladies, Susan 13. Antho?
ny, Lucy Stone, and Mrs. Cady Stanton, together
ertu "otuer promment ladies of Kansas," have
projected an extensive campaign in the Northern
aad Eastern Staus, and have arranged for meet?
ings ..cs. mouth in the principal cities of New
York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, to agitate
the question of i'emalo suffrage.
s? By the arrival at Now York of the steamor
Marmion, from Bio Janeuo, ou tho 10th ult., and
gt. Tuouias ou the lat inst . we get additional par?
ticulars of tho terrible hurricane at the latter
pi&oe ou tao 23tu of Octooer. The gale laste
onlv about four bouts, but raged with such vio?
lence that trees were torn up aud houses lifted
from their foundations and dashed to pieces.
Thousands of people oro rendered houseless, and
s> number of hvss were 1 st.
-A dispatch from Loni -vibe, Tennessee, states
that an ex-aoldior ot the Seventeenth South Caro?
lina regiment, name 1 McLain, was arrested, ou
Saturday last, while offering for sale $10,000 worth
of diamonds and watches, con istiug of one pair
cluster di mond ear-drops, one bracelet, and one
neck ch-in, with a large diamond in each. He
claims to have found them buried wita other fine
Jewelry. Tba names of Hampton and Preston
were engraved on the jewelry.
-It has lately been ma do publio that the cele?
brated Doctor olary Walker, of the Federal army,
?JO waa aapturcd by the Confederates, and im?
prisoned at RicumanJ during tho war, was not a
graduate of any mauLoil col.ogo whatever, in fact
had no ma-Loai education, but was simply a spy,
waa was puiaed into tao advaaco for the purpose
of being captured, in tho hopo that her sex would
Obtain tor uer very lenient treatment from tue
Confederates, aad thus give her more extended
opportunities of observation.
-lue Ne tv ?or? Mail says : "Shawls are gene,
rally worn and Jonsidared more elegant for car?
riage or visiting dress taan the richest tacks or
olooks. Tney are simply fold3j, and tho ugh
hood formed by pinning a largo fold in tho back
is not seen; ..t w*s foreign to the true chaiacter
and graao of a propar shawl dsaperie, ?au it has
paased away. Wo havo 3oen a few cf theso ele?
gant and expensive articles of Paisley and India
nunufacture, and nothing can ba moro superb or
better suite 1 for fail toilet. Only ladies of com?
manding height or majoatic grace can wear them
idvanUgeo?sly. Tuey ore decrledly matronly.
-Af.er a suspension of cable news from Europe
for four da, s thc lines commenced workine again
on Sunda, h.t. farniahins us with foreign Ittelli
gence irom ae Stu matant. Among tue otha
diepatches received was ono dated London, 8th
instant, giving the following inf arinatian relative
to the cable tariff, which, itwdlr a seen, is roduced
at least one hali The dispatch aays : "Ail the dc
tails of tho now tariff of tho Atlantic cab]
boon settled, wo aro enabled to announce
lowing moderations, to go nto effector
of December proximo, vix : Tolls between
of New York and any place in Great Bi
Ireland on messages of ten words, not e:
ii!tv letters m all, $25; each word arter
ten. $2.5-'. Tho address, dato and signi
tho extent o' five words, twenty-five lette:
to bo sent free of charge. No extra cha
bc mad? for ncssagos ia c :do consisting
words, but messages in cipher, that is to s
sage? in numerals or in letters of the alpha
forming any 'inown or dictionary words o
of places, ships, persons, &c, aro to bo i
for the first teu words $25, a: d for each ad
cipher $2.50. Tolls between New York (
poiuts West una South thereof wiil be obs
addition to tho abovo."
Tbe Financial Slough.
The City Council aro in office. The
still the power to act officially; ant
thiir duty to inaugurate immediately
scheme of judicious retrenchment as will
the City to meet its current expenses,
never too late to begin reform; and eve
day is adding to our difficulties. There i
dant room for wise action; and the C
pects that the gentlemen who have ch:
its aflairs will arrange such a scale of S3
tures as eau with certainty be met by
come of the present year.
Two points are everywhere admitted:
that the taxa ion of the City cannot be iz
ed; and, SECOND, that the outlay must
down until it c .mes within the limits of
uue. luis is something with which to
und it reduces the whole vexed questio
consideration of what expenses, now bei
curred, aaa be done away with alto"ethe
what expenses can, with safety, be reduc
The report of the Committee cn Bet:
ment is already before the public. It ha
r ad in Council; and its consideratio:
postponed on accouut of the uncertain!
attended the tenure of olee of the body
WHS asked :o carry it into effect. The :
of the Committee ia a basis upon which I
aud there is no reason to suppose that i
ibors would object to any consistent moi
tious of the Ordinance founded upon i
proposition for Retrenchment has been
and at least the saving shown in the Co
tee's report should in some way bc ensure
But there is much difference of opinion
he quarter in which retrenchment shoul
gin. It is generally admitted that, unie:
city has an efficient police, w ell-lighted st
and passable roads and sidewalks, its
cannot bc built up, its citizens will not 1
cure, and o uutry merchants canno
expected to give it the whole of
regular trade. Admitting this to
true, the question arises-what is
ctS ient police, what is the cost of lightiuj
streets, and what is the cost of keeping
roads and id'-walks in tolerable rej
Some of these questions can be best ans?
in Council, others eau pet haps be detern
upon ordinary business priucip es. In re
to the police, for instance, it is clear en
that it would be unwise to reduco the nut
of the force, and, at the same time, out c
the pay of the men who are retained. T
who remained would have extra work and e
responsibility ; and, whatever change is s
in tb? aggregate number of officers and me
seems only wise and prudent that there sh
be no reduction of pay. About the streets,
less eau be said, but it may be urged thu
such lavish outlay be permitted, as that wi
was so heavy a drain upon tue resources o?
year which has just come lo a close.
Discussion and deliberation will throw 1
upon the matter. The Council will doubt
receive with pleasure any well-considered i
gestion. In the meanwhile, this paper
publish any responsible communient ion wi
has for its object the i alancing of Receipts
Expenses, aa impartial reduction of the i
expenditure, and the attempt to raise Char
ton from the financial slough into which
cums anees have encouraged her to iii
Every man has his own theory of city gove
meal ; and, although tbe Council do not exp
to please every one of their constituents, tl
will be gratified at seeing the views and desi
of their intelligent fellow-citixeos. The Or
na ce founded on the report of the Commit
on Retrenchment will not be acted upon ui
the neit regular meeting of Council; a
there is abundaut time for such consultation
will allow the Mayor and Aldermen to procc
with some certainty that they are support!
and sustained, by private and public opinit
A Grave Charge Agalust our Judiciary
More than ouco the Judiciary of South Cai
lina have been driven from the bench by ami
Cary order which honor would not permit tht
to obey; but it wus not expected that a Soul
ern gentlem n would be so upt a soholar, as
at empt to accomplish with a word what ti
sword could never do.
Colouel Johnston, the President of the C
tumbiu and Augusta Bailroud, is reported 1
the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel to ha
spoken us toliows, ut the nunu.il meeting of tl
stockholders of hts Company :
"Ile supposed that they (rumors that tl
work on the road had again been stopped t
individual interference) were founded on pn
ceedings in the nature of appeal, in the Di
trict Court of South Carolina, between the Cit
of Columbia and the South Carolina Railroa
Company. This company was not a party l
i hese proceedings. So far as the rights of th:
company were ooncerned, he believed that the
were fully oouviuced, by the receat decision t
Chancellor CARROLL, in the matter of the ic
junction which terminated the case betwee
this company and the South Carolina; an
while he denied the authority of a decision de
livered by a Judge who was himself a membe
ot one of the corporations, and directly inter
ested in the result as a stockholder, to bint
anybody, it certaiuly could not affect this oom
puny, not a party to it."
These remarks cover three points. As to tht
first, it is enough to say that, although the Co
lumbla aud Augusta Railroad was not a part}
to the suit between the South Carolina Railroad
aud City of Columbia, the proceedings were
caused by that railroad haviug, without war?
rant, attempted to cross the track of the South
Caroliua Railroad; and Unit the aecision was
against the City of Columbia, ?. e., against the
Columbia and Augusta Railroad. As to the
second, the decision of Chancellor CARROLL was
uot final, as an appeal was taken, and will soon
be argued. The third point is the most serious,
tor, if he is correctly reported, Colonel JOHN?
STON hus churged Judgt? MOSES, who rendered
the decision iu Columbia iu favor of the South
Carolina Railroad, with being biassed and
swayed by interested motives. Colonel JOHN?
STON is reported to have said that Judge MOSES
vvas "a member of thc corporation" and ''directly
./itera ted in the result," and he denied the "au?
thority of a decision" rendered by such a Judge
Surely Colonel JOHNSTON, whatever his zeal
or temper, cannot have allowed himself to use
such expressions as these. The President of a
road which is expected to be built with Caroii
na money, which has received the endorsement
of the State upon its bonds, which has been
subscribed to by tuo City of Columbia, cannot
have so insulted the whole judiciary of this
State. He cann.t have said that a Judge upon
the Bench would bo influenced by personal
motives, und sell his judicial honor, stain his
robe ol" office, and sacrifice his purity and in
t> gnty, because he was the fortunate possessor
of a few shares of railroad stock. It is even
loubtful whether Judge MOSES owns a single
share of South Carolina Railruad stock; but,
*htther hs does or no', he is a Judge cf South
Carolina, and, as such, is above sneer, taunt,
Tt:i6 is no tixu for a North Carolinian to
turn upon a South Carolinian; for one South?
erner to turn upon and rend another. If Col.
JOHNSTON said what is reported of him, he in?
sulted tho wholo judiciary of South Carolina;
he did that which no United States officer has
attempted or desired to do. lt is hoped that
Colonel JOHNSTON has not been correctly re?
THE NEW YORK Tribune advises the Virginia
Radicals to rnnke their new Constitution as
liberal as possible, and to exclude few or no
rebels from tho suffrage and thc right to hold
office. This, it says, will insure the adoption
of the Constitution, will disarm the white
rebels, who are holding back in the hope that
thc Radicals will be guilty of retaliation, con?
fiscation and general exclusion, and will con?
trast with " the relentless narrowness, and ex?
clusiveness of the Conservativo party." The
Tribune then uses the following words, which
are a portent of the fate that will attend Radi?
calism in its contest with the just principles of
a disfranchised majority : " Moreover, it is a
fact whioh few have yet learned, that the
power of a disfranchised minority is greater,
by reason of the power of the principle of
I justice which is crucified and persecuted in
them, than if they were enfranchised."
IF ALL THE Southern States are re-admitted
by thc time of the Presidential election, the
electoral vote will be 317; absolute majority re?
quired, 159. The Radicate havo hopelessly
lost the following States: California, Connecti?
cut, Delaware, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jer?
sey, Pennsylvania, New York, and Ohio, whiol
poll 119 votes, or only 40 less than a majority
of the whole. This can be made up before the
elections. Indiana and Mississippi give 29
votes, and both of these States may be expect?
ed to fall into the Conservative ranks. Several
of the Northwestern States will cut loose from
Radicalism and Afrioanism, during the coming
year, and it will be hard so to Africanize the
South that some one State will not vote for the
Conservative candidate. Before the Presiden?
tial eleotion, Radicalism may be expected to
be S3 dead as a do ir nail.
THE SOUTHERN STATES are advised to memo?
rialise Congress for the repeal of the cotton
and sugar tax. This would be useless. The
great cities of the West have already taken up
the matter, and, with tho assistance of New
York, they can put such a pressure upon Con?
gress as will compel that body to repeal one of
its most foolish impositions North and West
feel the vant of cot'en. They know its impor?
tance to their merchants and their mills ; and
they may be trusted to do for their own sakes,
all that they can to ensure the repeal of a tax
which is restraining and strangling the pro?
ductive industry of the South.
CLOTHING & FURNISHING COOPS.
FALL AND WINTER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I Ul/U 111; \ U Ul I )
Three doors aboye Wentworth.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR STOCK OF
which is complete, and evetything manufaoturod
by us, at PRICES TO CORRESPOND WITH
Twenty years' experience in the manufacture ol
Clothing for this market exclusively, gives us tho
advantage over many EctaMUhmcnts who have
to trust entirely to o'-hers with getting up their
An examination of our Goods is most respect
I. L FALK & GO.,
WHOLESALE AAD RETAIL CL01MRS,
NO. 303 KING ST.,
West side, 3 doors above Wentwor.'h.
FILL MD WM CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE & CO.'S,
No. 213 King Street
WE HAVE JUST OPENLD OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK
O?" FALL AND WINTER CLO i HING, to whioh
we Invite those in want to cull and examine before pur
chasing ol se whore. Our iuciliUes are such t atwo can
offpr our stock oi Biadv-made Clothing and Furnishing
Gooda at such prices tait wlU comparo moro favorable
(han any other bouse in the Une.
Our stock of Clot lng wera manufactured undor our
om au division, and can state that they aro male up In
a workmanlike manner, and of lashlonable stylos. Our
stock consists ot all graues-Fine, Modinm, and LOW
BO vs? CLOTHING;.
In addition to the above, wo havo on hand a very largo
stock ot YOUTH-'. BOW and CHILDREN'S CL >TH
INo, ot all qualities, i arenta will fl d lt to their advau
lags to call[and m ks aselecuon. Our ute range from
3 years to 18 years of age.
WHITE AND COLORED LINEN SHIRTS, of all quali?
ties, and warranted to flt
Wo offer a larpe G tock, consist? af? of Merino and Lamb's
Wool Under>shiiti and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shins
ondDraw?r?, Canton Flan.cl Drawers. Travelling Shirts,
all colors, English Halt Huse, suspenders. Hows, Nook
j ic*, silk and Worsted Searls, silk an J L. 2. Baulker
ch.el's, bemmtd and ready tor use; Gloves, of French Dog?
skin, Buckskin, Buckskin Gauntlets; French Kids, bilk.
Cloth and C sat un ere; Collar?, of Linen and Paper, ot
LOW PRICE PLANTATION CLOTHING
We offer forFreedmau's use, at the low prico of FIVE
DOLLAR* PEU SUIT (^ack and Pant ).
We respectfully soiloit a call tr m the citizens of
Charleston, and those visiting the city, to our complete
stock or CLOrULNG AND FURNISHING GOODS, and
wiU take ploasurc in showing our goods to those who
may favor us wi h a call, and we will guuxantoe that we
will sell ut -uch prices that will emt the times, tor caah
or city acceptance.'. GEO. LITT LE ti CO.,
Ko. 213 K lng street,
October 29 tttths2mo3 Victo.ia Bange.
??-r TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO. TO AR
OD RIVE per 6Chr. L. A edwards.
For balo by .. J. KERR i CO.
November 13 3
TO ?SKA ISL.ASD
THEiROPRIEIOrSOF "BOLTON PLANTATION,"
late "?AKKtR'S." in ? L Andrew's Parish, hivinp
put In 6ueces-ful oi oration MCCARTHY'a GI S, pro?
pelled by steam, propose GINNINo AND PROPERLY
PRtPAnLNU i OR MARKIT sEA . s LAND COTi'ON, at
su-tomary rates of tole.
Ihc finning and preparation of tho Cotton will bc
under tuc superintendcuce ot Mr. GEORGE W. s. LL?
OARE, to whom ali upp.icaiions may be addressed.
H. DEF. YOUNG,
AGENT FOR THE PKOPRTETORS.
OctobM 81 13
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
LLMBER AND BUILDING MATJb
PRIME NORTHERN WHIT;' PINE OF ALL KINDS.
Mahogany, M ulnlugs. Newels, Banisters, Veneers.
U act Walnut. Hi kory, Ash, oak. Doors, bashes, P as.
ter.ng LatM, Picken, Paling?, Nais, spikes, bingles,
lae ubovo in laxite as-ortment und variciV fo: sale at
wholesale and reiaii .ot saan.
*J. N. WOOD, -pen?,
, ," CcrLer market-no Hay.
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMl.Bs
Street to Ne, 77 CHURCH 6TRBBX, near St.
MicOaoi'B Alley. August 31
WANTED, A SITU iTIOV BY A LAD WHO
writes a por>? bimi, ?ado Stauda buok-ke' ping,
xs a gn.-i l Copyist, and cm give thc best reieronos. Ad?
dress M. L. A., Post Dt?cc._X overa bet 14
WANTED, A t'OMPK'I'E.VT StPERIN
TENI LST to take charge ot a Rice Plantation
on Combabee Uiver. ADAMS, FROsT ii CO..
Novoiuber la tuths3 Adgor'a No. tb Wharf.
WAXTEO, AGENTS F-iR AN EXCEL
L .M' ARTICLE in cr??t demand. Apply at J.
ARNOLl-'d. No. lia church stroot, between Queen and
Cha.mers street. 4* November 13
AGEvrS WANTED FOR A VIKGINIA
LIFE IN-UitANCE COMPANY.-Tho Richmond
Ba. ki g and Iunuroue Company, of Richmond, Va,
IN URES LIVES ou the most reasonable .erms, with se?
Tbo-e unable to insure an MADE ABLE.
AGhNTo WAMEu ia every city and county in tho
App icants for Agencies wUl adirose
i. B. STARKE, General Agent,
November 12 Imo Box No. 203, Richmmd. Va.
WANTE.'. BY 1 Li ' UV COMPETENT TO
teach Etghsh, Fronch 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 loung Lair, competent to
teach English, E. cuca and JJusio. i ho best of refer,
entes giveu. ?or lux.har itformation, address J. CA?
JI iK, -v'.iO i tc tdi.or southern Cultivator, A tuena, G.
Novo .her 7 13
WANTED, A MAN THOROUGHLY AC
QUAIN ! ED with ali thc branches ot Bookkeeping
anti Accounting, to go io Galveaion, Texas. Andrem f>.
A., Hox2bd4jN-w xork post?nico.
Novimb-r ti _12
WANTED-TO I.WEST TH lt EE HUN?
Oiiu.ii DOLLARS, in some sate, lucrative busi?
ness, which w.u give employment to tue a vertieer.
state business, mtc tull namo, ?nd where an interview
may be h-d. address T J. H., Dully Newe office.
Novotnbcr 2 13
WANTED-SALESMEN IN EVERY COUN
TY south, loren ?nice in great demand; ?&00
mauebytne grut bis Ai st mouth. Address tinta.ui
.te y BLISS & MAC Ld.TH.-t J >, Loulsvl.ls, Ky.
uctober hi _Imo
AGENTS WANTED FOR
i HE GRAY JACKETS,
And bow they Lived, i ought, un . Died for Dixie,
Incidents and sketches of Lifo in tb* Confederacy.
Sena tor Circulars. Address
JONES BBOTHER3 * CO.,
Broad n trefle, Atlanta, Ga.
October 21 Imo*
TO KENT, A PART UF '1 HAT DELIGHT.
I UL Residence, No. 68 CHU hCH STREET, con
?>iaua"' ot three Booms, with mci1 kitchen. Also, a
largo trout Room, imitable fur an - ?lca. Apply ou tue
PREMISES. _3?|_November ll
TO LEASE, A FARM OF 87,^ ACRES, ON
state Plank Road, S utiles it om the city. Apply to
SM iTR ii MCGILLIVRAY, Real Estate Agents,
November Tl tuturi Ns. .7 Btoau street
COTTON PLANTATIONS ON JAMES
ISLAND.-lo tent, two nnoCO'TTuN PLANTA?
LONS, web drained and lu g.-od order, and well set?
tled. Mules, Lay, Corn and Agricultural impiomeuts on
tae place can bo u. range J on acorn nodating terms. Ap?
ply to t. W. KIN ii al AH, No. 3:9 King street.
November 6 tuthi
VEGETABLE FARM-TO Kn. .vi,
oignt m les from tho city, on Ashley i iver, a FA UM
ot ?6 acres, under cmt.vation, ons of the beet Tarma in
me viciuliy ot the cuy to.- the- cultivation of Vegetables
lor the Northern m.rkct Mulos and Farming Utensils
can oe arr.u ed on accommodating tarma Applr to
H. W. KLNSMAN, No. 27U King street.
VEGE . ABLE FARMS ON JAMES' ISLAND
TO BENT.-Throe flee VEGETABLE FARMS, ali
in order for pu..lng a ero, of vegetables lmmcdia.eiy in
tor ibu Nurthern market. Muid und Farming Utensil*
can be arrangea ou accommoda ti g urnia. Apply to
H. W. K.NsMAn,
November 5 luih4 No. 279 Knu street
TL? RENT. F I R ROOMS IN A DELIGHT?
FULLY situated Uou.se ou sou b Bay, and xi enan
ivoua lt icq ired. Apply ut No. 36 HAY ..E STREET,
November 18 _
TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
tuo VALUADLE ESTATE belonging to the late
coloucl Kci.t, Bituaied m oiaugeburg utt.tr.ct., oneist
i g of 36.U aeies, two-thirds cleared. The sell ls rich
red dav, nuu .or ai Mads of crops, i Le Le?ate is water?
ed by a large creel, on whioii .sa FiNt MILL ScAT
ANLDAM cOaiPLLiE; the lest water-power in the
State icr Mills aud Factories; a.tua.iou healthy all th*
yoai- round. Cu the p.ac. are sixty .aborers .ire??lm> n),
wno wouiu coutruot uueapiy, aa they ucelre to remain.
The Estato wm bo leased mr a term ol yeats in one
body, or iu rarma to euit am Ul capital, ?or terms, ap?
ply to MOWi.Y a CO. November 13
I?Hm SALE-ONE PU E DOUBLE BANK
' ORGAN, fire o uves, with Un etoj.e end a tr?mulo
amp. Alto, one and a halt octavo Pedal Basa-m .ker,
Ganan, Needham ? Co. This or?au ia suitaole lora
church or Hall, and 1 - in go-c. order, having Just been
roi u-reJ. MCKAY &: CA ai PB-LL,
November 14 1 No 136 Meeting street.
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, 1 HE 1 LANTA
i I0.1 ou Ldist - Island kno.n aa the Headquarters,
or Seabroo Ti .cc, containing 300 acres oi buei quai ty
cot.on and provision laud, aud 60 acres in woods. On
thu place ure a dwelling Lou -.e with 10 rooms, barns,
staci.s, lut-uuilaings and quarters tor 20 lami.iea; ad tn
firegrate order. Also, au uutmauni supp.y ot good water.
Steamet* to end from Charle .?ton lauu et tho ilaco tour
umes a werk, making it s very eligible location tor a
tor terms, ap, ly to J. ?VA>S EDINGS, Edlato, or
CLIi F i .i> a aiAT'HLWEs, Char.eeton.
FUR SALE OR LEASE, REAL ESTATE
lu the mo. t d caira h 0 local ty in the city. 1er ..a
nooiai. Apply to J. li. SLJA.1, .NO. 1 Ann street, be?
tween the Lours ot ll A. M. and 3 P. M.
Nov moer ll_Imo
SEA ISLAND A.\D UPLAND COTTUN AMD
Ll E PLANTAI IONS. F.IRM- aud CIT. PitOPER
x a Of ah kinds lor SaLc and LLASE by
CLLVTORD ii aiATBEWES,
Real Estate Aleuts, No. 68 Broad street.
November 9 amos
FOR SALE OR RENT, AN EXTENSIVE
TUl'.i-x-MLNE FARM, helougiug 0 the Estato ol
J. H. McINTusH, uta siiUa.td near so.ioty Hid, un tho
eberawand DornngtOu Rai.rou.., is e?t..ch tor Bale or
rent; tcge.ber with two Disui utica, Tools, tn. A pur
chaoer, or .ossie wiehiUK te eat additional oozes, can
secura aktilCsj white iaboi on reasonable tarmi.
ED W.UUJ .tlC-NaU ti, Exi'r,
November 8 6 bocieiy b.u, So. Ca.
T7HJK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPEB8, IN ANY
JC QUANTiiY, price 76 cents per h tinda eu. Apply at
me Otho ol the DAiLi NeWS. Imo ? cloner 28
LUST.-' SLAPED FROM HM l'Ai?E. A
CANARY BIRO, win a top-knot on lu bead.
i itera] nwaM wld De paid ter tba nc-v.ry 01 the same,
to be lill ut No. ll WJLNTWURIB -JIREET.
??ovcniDor lt 2
DKOPPEOON TUE NIGHT OF TH bl 13 IB
november, near the Actor's entrance ot the Circus
p.vi.Uou. a OJJIUIUJJOIZLIJ WU.Ta, EitAlINE FUR
LA LL-, the two low^r Bu.um ol Wuite Guss, and the
who.o hued wita Wniie -1.. . '1 be ttnuer wtil obtain
smtable reward by leaving lt a the Da-Tr-CJlVcn'
ur FiCL, in Broad-treet. November 14
BOARDING_A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated w.t.i BOARD in a private fami?
ly. Apply at Na 2 GEORGE STREET. Terme mode?
rate._ October 34
BOARDING-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
bo oblainnd, at roasnnaale ratee, by applying at No,
A~4 KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
thu CitadoL The Street Cars pose the door every ten
minutes. 3m a Ootober 7
^STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL ANO
O convenient in the city, at very reasonable prices,
tor COTTON, RIC -, SALT, FERTILIZERS, atc ftc. lu
surance, when desired, as 1-iw us any lu the city. Apply
0 GEO. W. CLARK ii CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cumberland streets.
EEMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No, 4* BJOAD STREET, m ?il further no
W i- GEO. RIVERS WALKLR,
October SO H. m. Acting Oumul.
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
NO. 297 KING STREET.
October 10 th8
mm\ mis i STOVES ?
TD? YER? LOWEST MA?(JET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOE CHURCHES. HOI ELS, SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CEE1PEST AND BEST I.N ILE SOU.BEEN MARKET.
GUBa'J, BARKLEY & IO.
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
November 2 2sioa Charleston, S. C.
GRAND LODGE OF ANCIENT FREE MA?
SONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF THE MOST
WORSHIPFUL GRAND Li DGE OF AN IKNT
FREE MASONS Ot' SOUTH CAHOLINA will be holden
at Masonic Hall, Che leaton, on Tuesday, 10th Novomber,
1867, commeociug at High Two'.vc.
Worshipful Masters and Wardens, ot Delegates of sub?
ordinate Lodges, Grand OrllcerB and Past Masters will
lake due nonce ona govern themselves accordingly.
R.BRUNS, Grand Secretary.
tf^Columbia papers will copy.
WASHINGTON LODGE, No. ii, A.?. F.?. M.*.
AREGULAR COMMUNICATION OF TBIS LODI IE
will bo lull ut Masonic Hall, 7'Aia ( hui s lay)
Evening, ll h inst..n:, at 7 o'clock. Momberg au.I du
didates tor Degrees uro desired to attend. Member* in
arrears are o p cia.ly requested to come forward, as the
ru <. wUl bo enforced.
By o dor ol tho W. M. S. WE KB,
November ll 1 herretnry.
JET * A. STEAM PIKE ENGINE COMPANY.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
Company will be held This Evening, nth matant, at
Market Hull, at hulf-p et 7 o'clock.
By order of tho President. 7. G. LYNCH,
November 14 1 Secretary.
The Post Band of Charleston
WILL GIVE A
On Saturday Evening November 16
?ff Doora open et 7 o'cloi k. Concert to commence
at 8 o'clock, ilclccte to bo had at'ne Charleston H.tel
end Mil a Houaa.
1. OVEBI?BE- Aliesaandro Stradolla-By Flowtow.
2. GBAND SELECTION FROM TROVATORE.
By Verdi-Full Band.
8. WALTZ HILDA-By Godfrey-.Oroheatta.
4. POTPi'Ui.RI-from Nonna-By Bellini...urcheatn.
6. OALOP-Champagne-By Lumby.Full Band.
6. OVERTURE FROM MARTHA-By Flowtow.
7. POLKA-Kuk Kuk-By Hsraog.Orchestra,
8. S. LECTION FROM ERNANI-By Verdi..Orchestra.
9. WALTZ-Gardes Tie La Beine-By Godfrey.
10. BUENOS NOCHES.
THOMAS WELDON, M rulo Director.
November 14_ S
T H BATBB.
Lessees and Managers.Tutwrroir k Baa,
Of the Savannah and Vicksburg Th ea tree.
THE MANAGEMENT RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
to the Ladlee and Gentlemen of charleston and
vi lnlty that they have, In conjunci?n with the Hiber?
nian society tutted up the popular resort. Hibernian
Sall, and will inaugurate on or about
A Si HIES 07
Brilliant Dramatic Sensations,
Producing during a etty (limited to three weekai th? fol.
lowing select, Fashionable and Truly Ureat
Specialties, wita tb*
Beat Company and Appointments la tia*
HEIR Al LAW
KJMEU AND r UL LET
EBEN OH SPY
BEAUTY AND BEAST
BLACK CROOK, kc
Seite secured in advance, 6 November 18
FOR THE BUILDING OF AN EPISCOPAL
CHURCH AT FLORENCE. 8. C.
mHE LADIES WHO ARE INTERESTED IN THIS
J CHURCH have determined to hold a FAIR, on tba
12? IS th, 14th ad 15th of November at the MASONIC
Arrangements are being made to have a CON CE BT or
CHARADE the lost two Dights.
Dcor* open at io o'oloca each day, and 7 o'clock each
evening. Admittance 20 cent*.
Any donation or contribution will be thantful'y re?
ceived. 17 October 28
YOUNG LADIES' COLLEGIATE INSTI?
THE IXIGENCIES OF THU TIMES HAVE CAUSED
tb* Comniisaioners of the State Normal end High
achoo, to tue tba building a* a Free School. Tb a State
Normal and High School, aa now organized, wi 11 eref re
bo tra aferred, under the title of the YOUNG LADlno'
COLLEGIATE INS TI CUTE, to the comme dious building
on the north aide of George street, No. 28, one door weet
oi King street, opening OCTOBER 2d, 1867.
Tuition in the Preparatory Department, 812.60 per
half icsaiou, or $60 pur annum; in ? be Co legiaie Depart?
ment, ?16 per half session, or ?60 per annum. French,
Drawiar, and Vocal Music, are included In the regular
courae. Latin, O reek. Gtrman. italian. Spanish. IL
?tramonta! Music and Pointing, are extra, at moderate
A limite number of Bo rd er will be received at the
Institute. Board, V80 per mouth, or StfOu per anama,
inducing Waa lng. Lights, FueL etc. Parlor Boarders
received at the above price*. All payment* strictly in
Board of Instruction a* follow* t Rev. HENRY M.
MOOD, A M., Principal; Rev. HLNBY A. BAbS, A. M.,
Pro lessor of Mathema lea and Ancient Languages; P ro?
fe.-sor LEWIS R. UiRBS A. M., M. D., Lee eurer on
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy; Professor F. ti.
HOLME-, Lecturer on Geology and Natural Hi tory;
L. A. FRAMPTON, M. h., Proiesaor of Modern Lan
guage*, Pro.coacr WM. MASTERMAN, Instructor in
Vocal MUolo ; Mis* MARY O. MOOD, Instructress in
Drawing and Tainting; Misa LAURA IL HILL, Instruc?
tress in Eng Uah Branch?e.
September 2 m th imo?
MK!. JOHN LAURENS*
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOB YOUNG PASTES
WILL BESUME ITS EXERCISES OCTOBER 1ST,
CORNER WENTWORTH A.ND SMITU STREETn.
l.be course ot studlea la thorough and complete. The
French Department w?l oe conducted by a resident
F ench Teacher, and the young ladlee will bo required to
speak French, tor terms, ?te., apply aa above.
September 19 thara
BOOTS, SHOES, ETD.
BOOTS ANO SH0E8.
JUST RECEIVED, TN ADDITION TO OUR FORMER
STOCK, FIVE HUNDRED CASES OF BOOTS AND
sdOlS, direct from the o un tifao hirer?, which we offer
for ?ai* at the lowest market pr ieee.
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
NO. 2 HAYNE STREET,
CORNER OF CHURCH STREET.
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
EDWARD DALT, Agt.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS. SHOES ll TRUNKS,
AT No. 141 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 81 Imo
HIE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
3 LO RE FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
STOCKHOLDERS PERSONALE RESPONSIBLE.
LOSSES ADJUSTED HERE.
0. T. LOWNDES, Agent,
May 16_th7mo?_No. Brood street.
ROYAL INSDRffi COMPANY
rWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STERLING.
EIRE RISKS TAKEN ON BUILDINGS, MERCHAN?
DISE, AND PRODUCE.
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED HEBE.
W. C. BEE & CO., Agents.
COR. VANDEEHOBSrs WHARF AND EAST BAY.
Novcmb r ll_mth9
LIFE mum mm,
DFFIL'E LN BEAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREET.
'WORLD IDTOil ?FI INSURANCE CO.,"
OF NEW YORK,
Pit?mont Real siaTtMisarance Company.
FOR LUE INSURANCE ONLY.
J. ALFRED CAT,
November 4 Lao Charte? tan, 8. ft
O N FECTIO N E BY ; ETO.
ALABOE SUPPLY, JUST RECEIVED, AND SHALL
CONTINUE IO REC' IVE, by every steamer, the
NO. 279 KINO 8TREET, New Building.
P. 8.-A GOOD MIXTURE as low aa 60c. per pound.
Novo aber 14 2
ICE CEE AM CAN BE HAD EYERY DAY (SUNDAYS
No. 278 KINO STEEET, New Building.
November 1*_ a
OYSTERS ! OYSTERS!!
QTEWED OYSTERS 8EBVED EYEBY DAY AT
No. 279 KINO STREET, New Building.
PAB EXCELLENCE TRIPLE VANILLA
A Ls Vanilla
Sante Or dm aire
Cordial Ch 'colata Almonds
Chocolate Burnt Almonds
Chocolate - tars
American Breakfast Chocolate. Fer sals at
No. 297 KINO SI BEET, HEW BUILDING.
CHOCOLATE AND COFFEE FURNISHED FROM
leven A. M. to half-put ten P. M.
FRESH PIES AND CAKE? every day.
November 14 - 2 No. 279 King street
PEES EB VED CABOLIvA FIGS
PRESERVED S TBAWBEBBTES
PRESEKVEU BED CURRANTS
BED CUB BANT JELLY
BED CUBBA NT JAM.
For sale at
No. 479 KINO STREET,
November 14"-_2_NEW BUILDING.
ALABOE INVOICE JU9T BECEIVBD OP
1.X 1 BAC TS ELEUB DE BIZ
VINAIGB? DE TOILETTE
KAU DE VIE DE LAVEN OE
EAU DE FLE?BS
For tale at
No. 279 RING STREET,
November 14 3 New Building.
HATS AND CAPS.
K LADIES' FURS A
MUFFS, CUFFS AND VIC TORIN ES
Black, Grey and Brown Fur Capet
Chitaran'* White and Fancy Furs.
The above are at low prices and aol table for sold wea?
ther, and make a very pretty pr?tent
STEELE'S HAT HALL,
No. 318 KING STREET,
November 14 wS Sign of tba "Big Eat"
FINE VIRGINIA CHEWING
JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE LOT OF THE ABOVE,
v. hie h will be told by the box
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICE*.
F. E. SCHROEDER,
Meettxg street opposite Mills House.
SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW
CHECKS ON NEW YORK, IN 8UMS TO SUIT, BY
D. JENNINGS k CO.,
Novtmbtr 14_1 No. 40 Broad street
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
NO. IO BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. O.
CHECKS FOB SALE ON NEW YORK, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-BILLS DRAWN ON
ALL TH'S t-BINCIPAL CITIE-i IN ECROPE
GOLD, 8DLVER SECURTTIR?J, BANK NOTES ko.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTION? MADE AT ?TT- ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS,
october 29 Imo*
J|R Machine Shops.
BUILD AND REPAIR
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mills. Cast
lngt in Iron and Brats ot
Send orders to
J. M. RASON k BRO.,
Nassau and Columbus sta.,
Charleston, S. C.
NO. 37 LINE STREET
BETWEEN KXNO AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCBIPTION AND BUILD.
1 NO MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTERING LAT?*
PALNTS, OIXS, GLASSES, Ac, constantly on tt
the lowest market prices.
September 12 thal y
? -J**- sss
SIM & S?RHAMER,
Corner of Broad and Church streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TT TE WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR
W friends and the publi- that ~o bava recently fitted
up our ?4tabillLment and ha-? s ow connected with the
IB .A. IR,,
WHERE THE BEST LIQUORS MAY
A MMR ONE RESTAUR?M,
ON TH.- LD FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE STYLE,
Where everything io Season ls furnished os rcai : nable
Olden for MEAL* wii be promptlv attended to.
MILL POND AND PLANTED O?>TiJBS ilwayi on
hand, and will be shipped to any part of the t?tate, In cans
ox in barrels, at low pnces.
HAHN & 8HEKHAKMER.
fiepteabtr IT Mutate
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
SIDES, SHOULDERS, &c
1 r HHDS. 8. R. SIDE8
J.?J IO bhds. Shoulders
600 pounds Bologna-. ._u, .
For sale by G. W. 8TEFFEN8 A CO.,
_N07smber 14 _So. 28 Vendns Bang?.
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
Kfinil 8ACES LIVERPOOL SALT. LABOE
0\J\J\J ?UM, well rilled and la splendid order;
now landing per ship cnarleston at Boyce 4 Ga's Borth
For sale br BO BT. HUBE * 00.
No-ember 14 .
SUPERIOR ENGLISH COAL.
"I AA TOSH. JIJNT RECEIVED PER BRITISH BABE
lvv "David McNutt," and for sale in quantities to
suit purchasers at TWELVE DOLLARS per ton, deliv?
ered Apply to ROBT. MURE 4 00.
Novae bar 14_ fl
SWEET POTATOES, &c.
1 AA BUB Bl La SWEET POTATOES FOB SALE
l.VJ\J cheap, by wholesale and re'all, at
SiNAPACX 4 LAN BEAU'S,
No. es Harket street,
four Dow- K tot of Meeting.
We are dally reliving POT AT S3, PEAS. POU TBY,
BOGS, ac, and solle t a call from those deefrln? to par?
chaie. _1_November 14
A TOBr- BEST BED ASH BOO COAL. WOW
?j T la ding, which wal be sold loir for eash by ap.
plying to T. P. ?EIONI0U8,
Coal Tard, corner East Bay std Hasel streets.
November 12 S
GROCERIES A IND PROVISIONS.
1 f \ H ISS. CLBAB BIBBED HD ES
JLVJ 10 hade. Prime .?hon.dcm
6 bbla Sugar Cured Shoulden
6 bbls. Sugir Cured Hams
Coffee, Sogar, Flour, Lard, Ac _
For sale by Wat. oURNXY,
November ll_mwfS Sro. 109 Beat Bay.
THE BEST AND HEAVIEST IN THE CITY TB TO BB
found at GEO. W. CLARK A CO.'S
September 18_Wo. 199 East Bay.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
I AA BBLS. WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
lUU qualities and pnces
SOO catee CUret Wines
100 cacee Schi dam Scnnappe
100 casks Brandy, Oin, Jamaica Bum. St Croix Boa,
New mg land Bom, Sherry Wine, Port Wiat, Madeira
Wine, Ac, ax.
1000 dozes of the above la cases. Fnr saie by
September IT_GEO. >t. L.v KA 00.
SALT, SYRUP, &r,
1 f\C\(\ SA023 8*LT F0B bli , IN LOTS TO
X?V/yJ suit purchasers, at ieee tu. n oi.rket ratee.
600 Blue Grit Grindstone*.
100 barrels Syrup.
100 barrels Starer.
1000 kegs Nalia.
6J0 oags Shot,
1300 oozes Berring.
100 oozes Starch.
1 OOu boxea Soap.
loo bozos Tobacco. Ac, Ac.
For ?ale oy rJEO. W. ILA UK A CO
GUNNY CLOTH 1 GUNN* CLOTH !
1 OA BJ?T GUNNY CLOTH, EX i RA HEAVY.
L\J\J 100 Bolla Gunar Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Juit received. Fox sale low and m lou to ault, by
September Ifl _GEO. W. CLARK t 00.
11 fid 00113 MANILLA BOBE.
I lUv 300 Coll? Hexap Hope.
300 Odia Jute Rope.
Just received sad lor cale cheap for cash, by
September la_GLO. W. CLARE 4 09
Bli EAD i BREAD 1 BREAD !
1 fifi! I BOXE? ABMY BREAD.
JLVfVjVf For aile by GEO. W. CLARK A CO
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
1 A BARBELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CELE.
1U BBATED ALE, by "W'~
... /-'?>'" GEO. W. CLARE 4 t?.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOB SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PUaVCHASSHS, BY
the Maaulacturer H. CLU008,
Nc 67 Pina atreal, New Sock.
Beptembf r U_imo
COLGATE & CO.'S
TUE ST VXD AHO OF
For Bale hy all Grocer*.
October 21 Imo
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
DfPOSXBB AITS DBAUCB Ol
Fine Groceries, Cholee Testa, Eta? B*:.
NOS? 960 and 362 GREENWICH-. T., COR. OF KUBBA if
CHABLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR OP THE
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. r. CORKBBY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
June 17 6xoo>
STEVENS HOUSE, Boa Sil, BB, ~3 ANO ST
Broadway, N. Y.. op?o*J;e Bowling Green-< n the
European Plan.-THE sTtVENS HOUSE is well and
widely known to the 'ravining public Tho locatloa ia ea.
pecully suitaole to merchants ard bualsees men; lt ia in
close proximity to tte business part of the city-ta cn
thehlghwavof Southern ?nd We? tarn travel-and adj a.
cent to all the principal HaUroae and Steamboat depot?.
The STLVxNS HO CSE hw liberal accommodaxlcx ix
over SOO guesta-it ls well furnished, and poi lillee ere rr
modern improvement tor the ?omfort and entertainment/
of its Inmates. The rooms are ipadcue and well ra?ri?
la ted-provided with gas and water-the artend ance ie
promp'. aaa respectful-end the table ia generously pro?
vided ?Ith every delicacy of the season at moderate rates.
Tho rooms baring been refurnished and remodeled, we
are ena! ?ato oller ezra tacUitiee fox the connon and
pleasure vf our goes.*. GEO. E. CHA.it. 4 CC
May 2d 6m o Hm-rtetore.
ROBERT MURE & CO,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
TIBER \L ADVANCES MACE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
J or COTTON, RICE OR NAVAL STO?ES, to Livar*
pool. London ead Qlaagow, ead to Northern porta.
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER*
Rod Estate Agents, Broken,
No. S3 BROAD*STREET.
EBAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac. BOUGHT AND BOLD?
ON COMMISSION; IOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO
Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE 4c, every
W1LLUI 9. GILLIED & SOS,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STREET.
WILLIS & CfllSOLM,
FACTORS, [OMISSION ME?CBAXTS.
WILL A i TEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
S dix MENT tto Foreign and Domestic Portal of
C01T0N. ttllE, L?M?LH AND NAVAL STOBES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleatoa. H. C
E. WILLIS.A. B, OHISOLM
i K IO) er-'*_
THE CELEBRATED "CRAIG MICROS
COPE" combine- .Lstruction with amusement, and
buts forever, best, simplest, cheapest and most power*
lui M1 jose Dp e m tie wxld; maga flee 10,000 time*, er
eq I to other Microscopes cos eng ?JO; mide on aa er -
?rely sow plan requiring no focal adjustment, there
lore it van bo nw oily usai br every oue-eran ty
children. A beaut J ol gift to old or yoong; adapted to
the family circle aa weU ia ecieatulc use; stowe ?.&
adaltorutom in io d, thousands of animale in a single
drop of water, eds in rmegap, globule > ia milk, hood
and cher fluids, tubular Siiuuure ot hair, claws ou a
fly's toot, a so the cele- rateJ ..trichina splrulls" or pork
worm, w-lch is ciusing so many d?atlis arnon;? pork
eaters; sad in faet th? oujcu ?hieb may be ixaxoimd
la thia voud rfnl Microacooe am without number. All
are lnr.tedto call std aeeitsj;icv: uiagairyrag power.
It took tee first premium at the obie Bute F.ir. Ub>
ml ciacouut to AgeuU, schools and Dean ra. Pnoe $3.61,
Packed in a ne tbox and sent prepaid to any eudreea ea
receipt o? S2.76. Money csa be sent by cc all at otu* rule
Ad irita GEORGE MJkADE, Drawer No, 80, Racine, Wilie
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