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fHE DAILY NEWS.
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Office So. IS ?layne Street.
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SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16. 1S67.
-Cotton closed in Now York yesterday at IS a
IS*, and io I?VO p->ol ut S1.
-Gold closed in Now York yesterday at 140}.
-They say that Bonner is alter Grant to write
for the Lodgor.
-A Dublin barber 'aaa invented a machine for
cutciag hair. It is a terrible affair, with revolving
-Fernando 'Wood was unanimously nominated
forMavor by the Mc zar: wing of the New York
Democracy on Wednesday.
-Illino s is jnbilaLt at having produced an ex?
cellent cotton crop cuis year. There were S000
bales raised in ono cucty alone.
-The Moniphis Post gives the total number cf
deaths in that city by yellow fever from Septem?
ber 20th to Novemner 6tb at 192.
Ic is announced that the Postoffice Department
will enforce the Ie.al penalties against using thc
franking privilege for private purposes.
-The Georgia papers are discussing the ques?
tion of holding a Conservative State Convention,
similar to that recently held in this State.
-It is said that Hon. A. H. Stephens' work on
"The cause of the War" is now in press, and will
appear in the course of a month. The public will
look fjr it with interest.
-The Freemasons of Millodgeville, Georgia, are
about to found a boys' high so .ool, in which a
good education will bo given to tho sons of Masons
and ot other Georgians, for $25 a year.
-Tba Charlotto papers say the people in that
neighborhood hare discontinued ctn use ot smoke
houses, as neither bricks, locks nor strong bolts
could keep the black cjnfiscationists from their
-lbs Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle begs the
cotton planters of the State to give at least one
fourth of their best lands tail year to wheat, as?
suring them thu; tho latter will prove the moro
-Congressmen continue to arrive in Washing?
ton daily for thc November session. It is thought
that by Saturday there will be a quorum, and that
several importai t caucuses will bo held befo o the
session is emu..-need.
-The Empress Eugenio and the Austrian Arch?
dukes made an ascent recently in Paris m the bal?
loon, which bas a ropo attached and is allowed to
ascend to a certain height, in the enclosed space
in the Champ do Mars.
-General Beauregard arrive 1 at New Orleans
on thc 8th instant by tho Jackson train, from his
Norther., tour, he will resume at once his chair
as President of the New Orleans, Jackson and
Great Ncrther- Railroad.
-It takes a great mind to invent a novel mode
of suicido nowadays; but the feat was accomplish?
ed by a clown at Berlin, who blew bis brains out
with a pistol while hanging by his foot from the
I ceiling cf .he theatre, in tho presence ol 2000 spec?
-The floor of the United States Senate chamber
has just been covered with new carpet, imported
from Europe. Senators next winter will stand on
this carpot and adv .cate the protection of Ameri?
can manufactures against "the pauper labor of
Europe, ' etc., etc.
-On Monday night an anray occurred in Norfolk,
Va., betweon Henry Warner and Alexander Carter,
which re ul tod in the latter being sta J bed and
killed. They wore marines attached to the United
States ship St. Cloud, and the affray grew out of
an old quarrel on sh'pboard.
-Henry Ward Beecher's late novel, "Norwood,"
has been dramatizad and pro-uced on the stage.
The new play would .-earn to ba decidedly sensa?
tional and spectacular, Gc tty abu g and Sumter
affording two of tne scones, and fio President's
proclamation being road m lud.
-The people of New Orleans are seriously con?
sidering the feasisihty ot establishing co-opera?
tive kitchens as a r J xedy for tho evils arising from
the restless and unreliable character of their hired
help. They pr ope so the employment of a cook
and steward by an association ot mdividuals.
-The friends of the late ex-Governor Andrew
?reengaged in raising a fund of $.00,000 for the
benefit of his family. At last accounts some ?60,
000 had been subscribed by boston gentlemen ex?
cludive!;.; and there were confident expectations ol
speedily ra.sing the subscription to $100,000.
-The New York Tribune, after saying that most
Cf the ignorance, depravity and dirt to be found
et the North votes the Demoeiatio ticket, with ad?
mirable and exemplary frankness admits that j
the Republican party at the South corresponds
tn social pos'.r.on to the Democratic party at tho
-It appears to be admitted that Mr. Seward of?
fered to Garibaldi the highest rank then known in
the Federal army, if he would acoept a commis?
sion under the United States Government, at an
early period of tho late war. Garibaldi declined
because tho war was then alleged to bo wa^ed to
restore the Union and nc t to abolish slavery.
-Moue tier's diplomatic circular on the Italian
question asserts it to bo the rigut and the duty ox
Franco to secure tho conditions ot the treaty whioJ,
he says, Italy has broken in permitting aggression
against the Pontifical States; mt he saya ?'rance
does not wi h to renew .he occupation in its old
?.rai, and will w thdraw as soon as Reine is sa e.
-Tue planters of Sumter, Aia., have held a
meeting and adopted a sot of rules to regulate thc
employment of freedmen. After debate, they
agr. ed to give tea dollars a month to first class
fled hands, eight dollars to second class, and si.
dollars to third class. Also to require ten hours'
work in the day between Apr.l 1st and October lat,
and nine horns' work during the rest of the year.
-The gardeners employed in tho Trocadero, at
Paris, in arrarging tho flower beds after tue re?
moval of the wooden huts erected for the Emper?
or's f.:c found forty-four portmounaies. As is
known, tue omnibus station is on tho Quai, anti the
proDabidty .8 tuat the pickpo.kets, ha.vi. g exor?
cised their dexterity, disembarrassed themse.vet:
of these material pi oof a, after emptying them Ol
their contents. Ia the who.e forty-four only two
five liane pieces m gold wore lound.
-Official majoritio3 from twenty-one counties ic
Sonsas, and repoited majorities irom six others,
the mo3C popu.ou> in tho Stitt, give tor negro suf?
frage 6993, against 13,563; for female suffrage 5o8,
against 13,198; disirancaising (Lsloyal persons
9353, against 8603. Represe stative districts return
fifty Republicans and tweuty-ono Democrat".
Fourteen districts ar? yet to hear from. The
Senate will stand, Ropublicons 20, Domocrits 5.
The House will probably stand, Republicans 60,
-The State of Geoigia proposes to exohange for
her bonds ooar.n? five or six per cent, interest,
due 18J8, 1869 and 1S70, seven percent, secured by
mortgage on tho Wc-corn and Atlantio Railroad,
due in 1888, on the following terms: Bonds due
In 1368aubjeit to a deduction of one percent.,
those du? in 1859 of two per cent., those due in
1870 of three p r cent. Tho sum total of mortgage
bonds after such exchange will be $3 600,000,
being the full amount authorized. Holders desir?
ous to make the ex bange will notify John Jones,
State Treasurer, Millodgeville, Georgia.
-Dr. O. W. Wright, of Indiana, who has lately
figured in the papers for getting a divorce from
bia wife on aocount of iil-health, and marrying
another woman, while his wife officiated as brides?
maid, comes out with a defence of his action, in
which ho says that his wife was offlicted with epi?
lepsy to such a degree that she required constant
attention, an l that he married for tho sake of pro?
viding her with a nurse, he and his second wife
tdopting her as their daughter immediately after
marriage. The first wife gave her full consent to
this singular proceeding.
-The Now York Herald proposes to get up a
pubho subscription to present lira. Elizabeth Cady
Stanton a needle, a spuol of thread, a thimble and
a pair of tcissors, in order that she may mend her
husband's shirts, darn his tocks, and keep his un?
mentionables ia nood ordtr; and suggests anotuei
subscription to supply George Francis Train, th?
.dvoc-te ot the rampant women who have lateh
been trying to brmg woman's rights to a point io
Sansas, with a balmoral skirt ol the most modem
farm and dimensions, as no has premeditatedly
diacarded his lower haoiiiments and come out in
-Some timo since a hatter lp Brooklvn, for the
fan of .he thing, promised his win that ho would
make her a skirt-auoh as waa never before known
He took some felt, and adopting the beating pro
otu by which felt hats are made, he streaked the
paierie! ever a frame end beat it in suocoesiv?
layers till a thick, full sized seamless skirt was
made impervious to rain or damp, warm and not
heavy ; it was regarded as a wonder by tho ladies
of Now York. Moro woro demanded. They bc
camo tho rage, and an lmmenso factory has beon
opened, ono hundred hands employed, and the de
mmd cannot bo bupplied.
-Tho Chassepot rifle shows itself capable of
doinpr terrible work in war. In the br.t lo near
Monto Rotoido, Garibaldi's Irionds declare that
he had but 4000 troops under him, wbile it appears
that 600 of that number were killed and as many
more wounded. Tho prisoners being addoJ, his
whole force may be said to have been wiped out.
But that 1200 men out of 4000 should have been
hit with bullets in battle, is a circumstance in wir
deserving special remark, aloro than a quarter
ot tho whole ! Tho needle gun may well look
after its laurels. Prussia cannot afford to be too
confident whilo this torrible small-arm of the
French is in the field.
"One Story ts Good Till A not lier ia Told.1'
A broad sheet, subscribed JUSTICE, has been
issued under the above heading, and professes
to be a reply to the Address of the Conserva?
tive Convention lately held in Columbia. It is
unsound in argument, and illogical in conclu?
sion; but it has thc merit that belongs to
splitting hairs and torturing phrases, and is a
fair evidence of how unjust, JUSTICE may be
made to be.
The gentlemen who sent forth the Address
which JUSTICE attempts to sully with the mud
of his abus -, are kuown throughout this State;
and the names of most of them are familiar in
the mouths of Southern men. They met in
open day, without subterfuge or concealment.
They spoke as they thought, and wrote as they
spoke, knowing that their fair fame was un?
tarnished, and that they stood before the world
as houest, truthful men, making a last protest
against wrong, and fearless of any responsi?
bility that their action might impose upon
them. They knew that no man dared to im?
pugn their motives; they found their justifica?
tion in the sad condition of themselves and of |
JrsTicL, however, attacks the Address, and
the gentlemen who adopted it. Like the cuttle
fish, be surrounds himself with a fluid of inky
darkness, and then blurts out his scorn, upon
those who have the honor not to bo his friends.
If be was not satisfied with the Addr?ss, he
could have discussed it in person and con?
doned it over his own name;-then, he would
least have been honest, and straightfor?
ward. As it is, he is no more than an anony?
mous scribler, who finds courage in eonceal
m nt, and daring in thc belief that his name
will not be known. If this JUSTICE desires to
meet statement by statement, r.nd assertion by
assertion, et him come out from his hiding
place and t<;ll this City and State who he is. It
will thea-be time to take notice of his re?
marks; and he will then remove all doubt
concerning this precious anonymous sheet,
which a colored man could hardly write,
and whioh few respectable white men ever
would have written.
Attention has already been called to the evi?
dent injustice of taxing gross receipts in
trade;-a system which, in dull seasons, con
ver s profit into a loss, and drags down a mer?
chant by making him pay a heavy tax, even
when there has been a positive loss upon the
business of the year. But, if a tax upon the
gross amount of business done falls with
crushing foroe upon the merchant, broker or
general dealer, it strikes with additional
strength at newspaper proprietors, and im?
poses upon them a burden whioh it is difficult
?Newspaper publishing in the South has
never been a very lucrative business. During
the war it was conducted at a loss, because the
price of subscription and rate of advertising
could not be increased surtciently to bring
them to the level of enhanced rates, paid for
paper, material, and manual and clerical
Kbor. After the war there was a feverish
rush of business; and, for the time, newspapers
prospered. But, since the spring of 1866,
rade of every kind has been languishing, and
newspapers, which depend on their advertis?
ing patronage to save them from los3, have
hared in the general depression. This arose
from several causes. Subscriptions do not
luch more than pay the cost of the blank
aper upon which a newspaper is priced; but
even subscriptions were checked by thu irregu?
larity of the mails and the difficulties of inter
ial communication. As postal routes were re?
opened, and subscription lists were filled, the
price of cotton fell and the price of provisions
rose. Subscribers received their papers, but
were unable to ?.av for them; debts accumula?
ted, and but few country collections could be
made. In the city, trade was flat and stag?
nant. Advertisers oould not advertise as libe
emily as they wished to do; r.nd, at the very
time that the secondary assistance of receipts
from subscriptions was cut off, tho newspapers
f this City, and State, were deprived of that
advertising patronage which is the back-bone
of all newspaper enterprise. Debts due to
newspapers cannot well be pressed to payment.
A doctor's bill, a tailor's bill, and a newspaper
bill are usually the last to be paid; and most
indulgence is expected where most has usually
This thea was the position of the daily news?
paper. It was receiving but little from sub?
scribers, its advertising was dull, and arrears
could not be collected. Paper, the greatest
item in newspaper expenditure, had risen
greatly in price; salaries were higher than be?
fore the war; compositors' wages, ink. mate?
rial, gas, and the general expense of living
tiad, oue and all, advanced. But there was no
increase ia the charges of the newspaper,
either for advertising or subscriptions, com?
mensurate with its additional cost. There
was, on every side, an increase of expense;
here was aowhere au inorease in revenue to
mest it. More than this, the work on a
newspaper must be paid for in cash. There
is no such thing as putting off compositor's
bills, and paper and ink bills, or of obtaining that
degree of forbearance from the creditor of a
newspaper whioh always is given to ita debtor.
The bills of eaoh week must be met as Satur?
day comen round; a aewspaper pays cash, aad
trusts to time for returns.
In addition to all other charges upon ?news?
paper, there is, in this State, an oaerous State
and City tax. The State tax ia two dollar^
upoa every one hundred dollars of gross re?
ceipts, the City tax is seventy-five cents upon
every one hundred dollars of gross reoeipta;
making ia all a tax of two and three-quarterepa
cent. A newspaper which, upon a business of j
one hundred thousand dollars for the year
ending June 80th, 1867, made a profit, after
paying working expenses, of ten thousand dol?
lars, did remarkably well. But then came the
taxes on gross receipts of one hundred thou?
sand dollars, viz: State tax, at two dollars per
hundred, $2000; City tax, at seventy-five cents
per hundred, ?750, miking $2760. This, de?
ducted from the $10,000 gross profits, left
$7250 as the profit to the proprietors for one
year of labour, one year's interest of capital,
aud oue year's wear and uar of machinery.
Tho tax was, on its face, about thirty per cent.
of the profits, and, in reality, it was neurly
This is a plain and unvarnished statement of j
the case; and, if it is considered necessary that
there should le newspapers in this State for
the dissemination of knowledge, and for the
good of both white and blaok, the taxes on
newspapers must be reduced. Newspaper men
contribute more in oharity, and for benevolent
purposes, than any other class of men of equal
means. They work for tue good of the State,
and the whole country; and, now that a change
can be made, they ask that intelligence shall
no longer be taxed to excess, and that some of |
that liberality may be extend _d to them which
they always extend to, aad advocate for.
SEAMSTRESS WASTED.' ?THE HIGH
. EST Wage* and a plnasant situation will bs given
for an Moomplisbacl SEAMSTRESS, who ea-t bnns thc
best ra -oaitnend itions of ohincter, qua'incaUons and
di-spositon, an 1 who 15 whims to rendar herself o'h r
w so useful, frqu.ro at No 32 MONTAGUE STREET,
comer of Gadsden. stuth3 Noven.ber 16
WANTED, TWO COMFORTABLE ROOMS,
in a respect.b)o familv. Address H. R. S.. throush
Postoffice. 2* No-.cmborlC
WANTED, A WHITE SHOEMAKER, TO
work in bouse. For pirticul .re, apply at No. 645
KING STREET, near Cannon. 1 November 16
WAN I ED, A t'OMPi; I EM' SUPEKIN
TENIENT to take charge ot a Rice Plantation
on Combahee River. ADAMS, FRO>T k CU..
November 12 tuths3 Adgcr'e Not th Wharf.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG
Mun, as CLERK orPORTER; writes a good hand,
and can give satisfactory references. Address H, a. Ena
office. 12 November 16
WANTED, AGENTS PUR AN EXCEL?
LENT ARTICLE in great demand. Apply at J.
ARNOLD'S. No. 116 church street, between Queen and
Cha.mers street. 4* November 13
AGENTS WANTED POK A VIKGINIA
LIFE IN ?Ult ANCE COMPANY.-Tho Richmond
BA. ki g and Insurance Company, of Richmond, Va,
;N URES LIVES on the most reasonable terms, with se?
Xtio.-o unable to insure ari MAUE ABLE
AGLNl'o WANTED in every city and county in the
App icants for Agencies will address
I. B. sTAKEE, General Agent,
November 13 Imo Box No. 203, Richmond. Va.
WANTEO, BY A L ?DY COMPETENT TO
teach ELgUsh, 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 ?oung La-iy, competeut to
teach English, Fieucn and Music. Tho best ot refer,
onces given. For turther information, addreai J. CA
M AK. Associ-ito Editor southern Cultivator, Athens, Ox.
Nove ?ber 7_12
WANTED, A MAN THOROUGHLY AC?
QUAINTED with all the branches of Bookkeeping
ana Acouuting, to go to Gslvcatcn, Texaa. Address N.
A, Box 2654, N-w lork Pcstofflcc.
WANTED.-TO INVEST THREE HUN
DliED DOLLARS, In some safe, lucrative busi?
ness, which will give employment to the a vertiser.
state business, witt mil name, and where an interview
may be hud. Address T. J. IL, Daily Nows office.
November 2 _12_
WASTED-SALESMEN IN EVERY COUN
TY south, tor sn artice in great demand; t&uO
mau o by one ?gent his Hist mouth. Address immedi
kte.y BLlsS k MAU EATHRO>, Louisvid?, Ky.
AGENTS WISTED POK
THE GRAY JACKETS,
And how Oaey Lived, Fought, ana Died for Dixie,
Incidents and Sketct.es ot Life in the Confederacy.
Sena tor Circulars. Address
JO.VtS BROTHERS k CO.,
Broad street, Atlanta, tja?
October 21 Imo?
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE ?TORE,
No. 211 Eist Bay. opposite Now custom Rouse. To
an approved tenant terms moderate. AppiysiMtLLS
HOUoE Ol' Jr ICE
Also, lor Baie oi to rent, ?7 octive PIANO. Apply ss
above. stutu Novem er 16
I^O LEASE, fl PARM OP 87>i ACHES, ON
state Plan* Hoad, 6 milos irom the o?;y. Apply to
?MlTU ii MOtil 1.L1VUAY, Bed Estate Agouts,
November 12 tutui3 Na, .7 Utoaa atreet
TO KENT. FM : R ROOMS IN A DELIGHT
ILLLY situated Rouse on sou. h Ray, and KI. men
ruum il icq .ired. Apply ut No. 86 HAY STREET.
Nove m ber 13_
TO LEAS,. POR A TERM OP YEAR?,
the VALU A ULE ESTATE bslonglog to the Ute
Colonel Kent, Bituaied in uiangeburg District, . ons is t
itig of 35,0 aues, tno-thirds cleared. The sull is rich
red clay, hue .or .1 kli.ds of crop*, i hs Estate ls water?
ed by a large crear, on wilton .sa FINE MILL BttAT
ANDDAM COoiPLEiE; ibo lest water-power tn the
suite 1er Mills aud Factories; Situation healthy all th*
year round. Uu the piaoc aro sixty laborers yfreednun),
wno would contract cheaply, as they o i. giro to remain.
The Estate wu! be leased ur a term ol years in ons
body, or in tarma to amt am di capital, for terms, ap?
ply to MOWnY k CO. November 12
FOR BALE OR LEASE, REAL ESTATE
ia th? ino t destrabe local ty m the city. I sr .na
huerai. Apply to J. Ii. SLOAN, No. 1 Ann street, be?
tween tbe uours wt ll A. M. and 8 P. M.
Nov moer H Imo
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON AN D
1U L PLANTATIONS. FARMS and ciTi PROPER
i x of all kinds for SALE and LEAfE by
CLIFFORD A: MATBEWE3,
Real Estate Agoau, No. 68 Broad street
FOK SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
QUANTIiY, price 76 cents per bandied. Apply at
ui? Ofhc ot the DAILY NeWS. Imo <. ctobur 28
DROPPED ON THE NIGHT OP THE 13IB
November, near the Actor'a entrance of the Circus
p.vi.Uoa, a aiEUlUAI-siZED WU.TE; ERMINE FUB
CAPE, the two lower Bu.tona of White Glass, and the
whole hued willi WOKO silo. Thc finder wih obtain a
suitable reward by leaving it ai the DETILC?IV?S'
OFFICE, in Broad btreoE NovemDer 14
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.-LOST, A
LA LY'S GOLD OPEN FACE SiLVEtt Di AL
WATCH, X, F. Cooper maker, No. 2806. Tuc above e
ward will be pud icr tts rocovery. In .uko at THIS
OFFICE stuih3 November i8
BOARDING.-A PEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated w.tb BOA BD in a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 GEORGE STREET. Terms mode?
rate. October 34
BOARDING-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at Na
4J4 KING STREET, ons door above Hudson street, near
the Citadel The Street Cars pasa the door every ten
minutes. 8mo October 7
STORAGE, THE MOST CENTRAL AND
convenient in the city, at very reasonable prices,
for COTTON, RIC*, SALT, FERTILIZERS. Ac. kc. In?
surance, when desired, as low as any in the city. Apply
to GEO. W. CLARK k CO.,
Corner East Bay and Cum ber land streets.
REMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. 48 b> OAD STREET, U ni further no?
ta-*. GEO. RIVERS WALKER,
October 80 ll. il Acilug Como!
OHS, PAINTS, ET3.
OIK LEATHER BELM.
A FULL STOCK OP
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEM AM' FOR THIS BELTING DU?
RING, ( olonel L. M. H ATC a's Agency, is .officient gus
rsntee I?* its qualities.
For sals at New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER. Agents,
Na 138 MEETING STREET,
October 34 Imo Charleston, j. OL
WHITE LEAD MD ZINC FILM.
OOO LEAD PSEMr?M HHLI WHITE
10,0 u lbs. purs Philadelphia Whits Lead
8,109 lbs. New Yrrk White Lead
6,000 lbs. pure French White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Washington Medal Whit? Zinc
8,000 lbs. Franklin Snow Whits Zinc
All ot the above for sala low by
HOLMES k CALDER,
October 34 Imo_Na 126 Meeting street
OIL! OIL! OIL !
GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
6u0 gallons Wm ar Bleached Whale Oil
800 gallons No. 1 Lard Oil
6u0 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
60C gttiloes White Oak Oil
800 ca lons pure Neat*foot Oil
TOO gallons English Lin oed Oil
400 gallons Bolled Linseed OtL
For sale low at HOLMES k CALDER,
October 24 imo No. 126 Meeting street
DRESSING SUDON !
No. 114 Market Street,
ONE DOOK EAST OP KIN Gi STREET.
vii ?;,? ;" ; 515er..bl*nchlw of th<? tonsorial art, and i
m VeneruL :V" ^ ?' ^ 0ia and tho public
SH'i VINO... EATES
HAIR CUiT?.NG15 0611,9
SHAMPOOING 33 c'uts
" you wish an pasy shave
jT iM Burbor evor Cave
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GAILLARD, DESPOSTES k WILLIAMS
LANDMARK L?DGE. NO. 76, A. . F.?. M.-.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION 0? THIS LODGE
will bo held 7 Ai J F.umii.g, (16th lnstat.) at 7 oclock.
By order of W. M.
THEODORE E. NEWTON. Secretary.
Novei ber 16_I
CALHOUN INSURANCE COMPANY.
AMEETING OF THE ST0CKH0LDEB9 OF THIS
Company will be held on Thursday next, the vist
Instant, at 12 o'olock M , at the Office of Samuel 7. Tup?
per, P.antcrt' md Mechanics' Bank, 1 sst Bay, on busi?
ness of importance. E. W. MACBETH,
November 15 tthl Secratary and Treasurer.
GRAND JWNCERT !
The Post Band of Charleston
WILL GIVE A
This Evening November 16th.
SST* Doors open at 7 o'clock. Concert to com menos
at 8 o'clock. ?ickets to be had at the Charleston Hi. tel
and alii s House.
L OVERT URE-Allesasndro Stradslla-By Flowtow.
F nh Band.
9, GRAND SELECTION FROM TBOVATOBE.
By Verdi-Full Band.
3. WALTZ HILDA-Ry Godfrey-.Orchestra,
4. POTPi>UJIRI-irom Norma-By Bellini...Orchestra.
6. GALOP-Chami'Sfrnc-By Lumby.Full Band.
8. OVERTURE FROM MARTHA-By Flowtow.
7. POLKA-Kui Kuk-By Herzog.Orchestra.
a S. LECTION FROM EKN VNI-By Verdi. .Orchestra.
9. WALTZ-Gardes JUO La Beins-By Godfrey..
10. BUENOS NOCHES.
j&- Admittance, FIFTY CENT8.
THOMAS WELDON, Music Director.
November 16 _1*
T H BATBE.
Lessees and Managers.TsamxroK k Bao.,
Of the Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
THE MANAGEMENT BLSPEC1FULLT ANNOUNrE
to the Ladles and Gentlemen of Charleston and
I vi lotty that they have, In conjunci?n with the Hiber?
nian society tutted up the popular resort, Hibernian
Hull, and will Inaugurate on or about
A SJ BTES OF
Brilliant dramatic Sensations,
Producing during a atty (limited to three weeks I the fol*
lowing sehet Fashionable and Truly Great
Specialties, wita 'bs
Best Company ?nd Appointments In tho
HEIR AT LAW
B^MEO AND rULDJET
BEAUTY AND BEAST
BLACK CROOK ic
Setts secured In advance, 6 November 18
MKS. JOHN LAURENS*
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG t* ADIES
WILL RESUME TTS EXERCISES OCTOBER 1ST,
CORNER WtSTWORTH AND SMITH STREET-?.
Ihe course 01 studies ls thorough and complets. The
French Tepartment will be conducted by a resident
F. ench Teacher, and the young ladies will be required to
speak French. For terms, ste, apply aa above.
September 19 tis tu
ROOMS AT HIS RFflDENC^, NORTHWEST COR.
NEB of Meeting and Society Streets.
June 19 weflmo
LIFE BINGE AGENCY,
OFFICE IN REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREET.
"WORLD SI?ICALWE IXSBBJXCE CO,"
OF NEW YORK.
PieimoDtEeal [state Insurance Company,
% FOB LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
\ J. ALFRED CAY,
November i Imo Charleston, 8. C.
December U strut h lyr
NO. 37 LINE STREET
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
T* UMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILD.
JU 'NG MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTERING LATHS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, kc, constantly on band at
the lowest market prices.
September 12 thal y
KEROSENE tOOKINtf STOVES,
as free from smoke and offensive
odor as the best Lamp, and warrant?
ed to bake perfectly. For sale by
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
No. 297 King street.
STOVES ! STOVES! STOVES!
TBE VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOB CHURCHES, HOTELS, SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST LN TBE SOUTHERN MARKET.
mm, BARKLEY & CO..
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
November 2 imo, Charleston. 3. C.
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
IS BUBLlSlIED EVERY WEDNESDAY. AT 8UJI
TER, B. C.. by GILBERT A FLOWUlS. Proprietors,
ut FOUR DOLLARS per annum, invariably ia advance
Advertisements inserted at usual rata?.
?7ary ?tyle o. Job Fnntior executed in tb' nea*e*t
style and greatest dispatch, &>B4emo?r Kt]
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN)
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
1 Prix? of..$50,000 85 Prizef of.... 11,000
1 Prlxo of..20,000 63 Frizes of..400
1 Prize of..8,000 155 Prizes of..200
1 Prize of..7,000 ? ?0 Prizes of..185
a Prizes of..8,000
315 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
788 F R1ZKS-8330.030 IN PRIZES TO BB
To be drawn at Coviu^on, Kentucky,
NOVEMBER 30th, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12 ; HALVES, $0 ; QUARTERS, $3;
The chao oes are far more tarot able to draw prizes in
this than in any other Lottery in the wccld. Purchasers
of Lottery lick*ts should always examiue Ute ?.chemas,
P ixt? paid in full without discount
Official drawings sent each purchaser,
correspondents may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing money with tull address.
tar Ali O' dan fdr tickets, schemes, ard information to
be addressed to H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Key Box 62, Charleston, S. C.
Offlse No. 90 Hasel street
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WILLUM G. MEN & CO.,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THF. PUBLIC
Large and Varied Assortment
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOR BALK ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
CONSISTS OT PART OFs
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL?
VER AND PLATED WABE of aU kinda and patterns!
FANCY 00C DS, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
BOXES, CIGAR STANDS, and TOB i COO BOXES,
CUT AND PRESSED GLASSWARE of til styles sad
WHITE AND DECORATED
TEA, DINNER AND CHAMBER SETS,
WITH EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
CROCKERY AND EARTHENWARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
o XJ O O az s,
MARBLE, IRON, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY
GL1SSWM! GLASSWARE ! !
-\T0W OPEN AND FOR 8ALE, A FYNE ASSORTMENT
J Y of CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLERS,
CHAMPAGNE, CLARET and WINE ?LASSES.
From 12 60 per dozen to tia.
From 76o. to H 60.
MmT Housekeep?re will pleas? call and examine, at
WM. G. VVHILDEN & CO.,
No. 266 KING, oom ar Bean fain streets.
TOOTH & NAIL BRUSHES,
-pOE SALE LOW AT
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.
LADIES' AND GENTS*
AT ALL PRICES, FROM 61 TO lt, LESS THAN
New York gold price?.
A foll aaiortmant of fine FRENCH AND ENGLISH
PORTEMO. AIA8, gilt bound, at
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.,
Na 266 KING, earner Been flin Streetz.
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINE
GOLD ?ND SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
All warranted to run and t norong hi y regu?
wi*ted, at Use low pria? of gio ?avail I
100 Solid Gold Hosting Watches. 6260 to 61000
100 Magie cased Gold WaUhes. 200 to 60S
100 La rea' Watches, i nam ailed. 100 to 800
200 Gold Hunting Cnroaomoter Watch*?... 260 to SuO
XO Gold Hunting English Levers. 200 to 260
SOO Gold Hunting Implex Watches.160 to 200
SOO Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 tn 200
600 Silver Hunting Lavara. 60 to 160
600 silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 260
600 ?.ad?es' Gold Watches. 60 to 260
1000 Gold Hunting Lapines. 60 to 76
looO Miscellaneous Watcha?, all kinds. 60 to 100
2600 bllver Hunting Watohaa. 26 to 60
60 X) Assorted Silver Watones. 10 to 76
The above stock wilt be disposed of on the popular on?
price plan, giving every patron a fine Gold or solid Sib
var Watch tor kio, without regard to value.
We wish to Immediately dispose of the above magnifi?
cent Stock. Ccrunoate?, naming the article?, ar? placad
ls reeled envelope?, and well mixed Holden are ena*
' tied to the article named os their certificat?, upon pay
mast ot Ten Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth 11000
ox os? worth lats. Tba return of any of our oartlficate*
entitles you to the article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective of ita worth; and aa so article valued lass
toss 610 Li named os any certificate, lt wilt at oaoe
1 be aees that this is so Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate tranaaetics, which may be participated ls
eves by the moat hu ti die us I
A stogie certificate will be ?est by mall, postpaid, spas
receipt of 26 cast?, five fdr SI, eleven tor 62, thirty-three
and ?lagant premium for $6, sixty-six and more valuable
pram I? m for 610, ons hundred and most superb Watch
tor $16. To Agenta, or those wishing employment, thia
la a rare opportunity. It ls a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorised by the Government, and opes
to the moat cartful scrutiny. Try us. Address
WRIGHT. BRO. ti CO.,
Importers, No. 161 Broadway, N. I.
BOOTS, SH0E8, ETD.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JUST RECEIVED, IN ADDITION TO OUR FORMER
STOCK, FIVE HUNDRED CASES OF BOOTS AND
?HOI 8, direct from the manufacturera, which we offer
for ?sie at the lowest market prices.
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
NO. 2 HAYNE STREET,
CORNER OF CHURCH STREET.
November 6 _
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
EDWARD DALT, Agt.
WHOLESALE DEALER ZN
BOOTS, SHOES Al TRIKES,
AT No. 141 MEETING STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 31 **. j
SIGHT EXCHANGE ON NEW
(1 HECES ON KEW TOBE, HT SUMS TO SUIT, BT
j D. JENNINGS k CO.,
November 16_1_ho. 40 Broad gtr>et
PfflL?P H. KEGLER.
KO. IO BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOE SALE ON NEW TORE. BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE-BELLS DRAWN ON
ALL TH17, f RINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE
GOLD, SILVER, SECURITIES, BANK NOTES kc,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTION 3 MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
October 39 Imo*
TO BE RAFFLED
FOR 9300 AT S3 PER CHANCE,
ABLOODED CHESNUr SORREL FILES", NOT YET
four yean old. of stylish gdt and carriage. She
can be seen for at veral dava, from 8 A M. to 4 P. M. at
McHDNN?'-i STABLE, Haael atreet, opposite Postofflce,
aft r that h .ur at No. 8 AIKEN'S ROW. Nam*? regis?
tered and money deposited at Mr. HAYDEN'S STOKE,
corner of King and Haasl e treats.
November IS itu3
OYSTERS! OYSTERS II
QTEWED OYSTERS SERVED EYEEY DAY AT
Ko. 279 XTNG STREET, Now BnlMinf.
P. L GUILLEMLN,
No. 140 Church Street.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
DROP AN 0 READING LIGHTS
EXTENSION CHANDELIERS AND PENDENTS
Shades sad Baus, of latest patterns and lmptorsmssta.
Copper and Iron Pumps, eta.
Gas and Steam Fitting and Plumbing, oa Uta mast
Tin Roofing and Guttering,
TWO LOTS Di AIKEN
NOT HAYING BEEN SUCCESSFUL, THE
SAMT. WILL BE SOLD AT A LOW BATE LT
APPLIED FOB IMMEDIATELY AT THE MER?
CURY OFFICE._November 6
C. DVCREUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
mms INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
X whi.h hu been patented in the United States,
France and England, IK now ottered by the subscriber to
the public, feeling assured they will find it, upon exami?
nation, one of the greatest inventions ot the age.
Prominent among its advantages ara:
Freer-The facility ?Uh which horses may be harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a Carrhwe, also rendering lt
unnecessary for tbs person unharnessing topeas beta ?sn
or behind the horses as is customary, thus ?vol -lng any
liability of being Welted.
SjcosTD- In ess? of a hons falling, he msy be looked
from the canlaga in one second, without the driver Isa v.
lng his seat Ic ls so simple In its operation that a obi ld
can work lt
Twas ass GBXATXST-In cases of horses taking fright
r>eooming nnmanagable or running away, tbs terrible
oonasqnaa ces which so frequently follow may be all avoid,
sd by this simple application to carriages, aa the horses
can be loosed from the oarrlsge "ina twinkling," and tbs
oarrlsgs ls quietly and safely stopped.
Mr. ti. DE CREUX gave several public exhibitions. Tba
great favor sod praise manifested by the public on these
occasions, it one ot the svldeaosa or a popular apprecia?
tion of Ita morita.
Terms may be known and orders received for applying
tbs patent to oarriages, or purchase of State Rights, by
addressing to 0. DUI. RE EX, Patentes,
No. 99 Elisabeth street Mew York.
Octa ber 72 gmo
EARN & SIRHIHER,
Corner of Broad and Church streets.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WI WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR
Mends and tbs pubM- mst we hare recently fitted
op oar ?stenhahment and bavs now connected with tbs
B A. "JR/,
WHERE THE BEST LIQUORS KAT
A KEMBER ONE RESTAURANT,
ON THE OLD FRENCH COFFEE HOUSE STYLE,
Where every thing ra Beseem U furnished OB reasonable
Olden for MEALS will be promptly attended to.
MTT.T. POND AND PLANTED OYSTERS always ob
band, aad will be shipped to any pert of the State, in cana
or in barrels, at low prices.
HARN & SHERHAMMER.
September IT tathsOmos
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLES.Cannier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PBOPBIETOB OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Ol Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. MX. ?a, XS AMD 547
Broadway, N. Y.. opposite Bowling Green-I n tbi
Luropcan Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE ls well au*
widely known to the travelling public 'ino location is es
pcclally suitable to merchants and business men; lt is ii
aos? proximity to ihe business port of tba city-is eu
thebigbway or Southern and Western travel-and sdja
cent to all tbe principal Railroad and Steamboat depot .
The STEVENS SO ESE has liberal accommo<:?rioE for
over SOO guests-it ls well furnished, and posses s -ver.
modern improvement tor the ^omlort and entern. m
ut tts l?males. 'The rooms are spacious and well ,i
jated-provided with gu and water-tbe attendai.. .*
prompt snu regretful-and tho Ubi? ls generously plo?
dded with every delicacy of the season at LC od urals rates.
Ihe rooms having been wiuxniahod und remodeled, we
are ?nat KI to ofiar extra tactil ties tor the cointon and
pleamar? ?I our guest*. GEO. E. CHASE & CO.,
Msy 28 Orno Proprietcrs.
THE GREENVILLE MOVNTAINRJDR
IS PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY, AT SI 60 PER
year, te a trance. Advertisements Inserted at usu*I
r*:**. G. E. ELFORD,
May 10 Belter and Prowls**
GROCERY AND MISCELUHKHR
tner BARBELS FXTBA "CALEDONIA" rr.oua, xx
.WO steamer Alliance, from Philadelphia.
For aale by BZBLET S CEEIGHTON,
No-ember 18 3 Noa. 143 and 146 Beat Bay.
BACON, CANDLES, PORK, ?tc
40 HPTDES CH0ICE 0LEAB EJB BTBBXD
M hhda. Choice Shoulders
" ?ercesCanv.wKd Hams
30 bbli Prime Meat Pork
300 wV>loandhalf-boxes Adamantine Candle?
r ^ atra, Super _d Ftne.^^
Landing ard for sale low. from the Wharf, by
, BERNARD O'NKTLL,
November >5 a_Na 189 East Bay.
rE HIOmuT MAREE 1' PRICE WILL BE PUD
for good 3LACE MOSS. Prloea Ac7_u3a ?own
on applications JJ_ DAVID
Ho. 77 Market Street,
SOTth Side, ?early Opposite Market Hatt.
LIVERPOOL SALT LANDING.
1 f\f\r, PATENT SEAMLES8 SACKS, LABOE
JLUUl ' and well idled. For ?ale by
W. B. -MYTH Jr CO.,
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
tZi\f\f\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, LARGE
?U\J\J auw, well filled and in splendid order;
now lanouig per ship Charleston, at Boyoe it Co.'a North
For sale by ROBT. MTJRE A CO.
SUPERIOR ENGLISH COAL.
1 A A TON'S, JUST RECEIVED PEE BBHTSH BABE
AU V "David McNutt," and for sale in quantities te
snit purchasers st TWELVE DOLL ABD per ton, dallv
ereo. Apply to ROBT. MTJRE k 00.
NoTe~osr 14 . 6
rE BEST AND HEAVIEST TN TBE CTTT18 TO BE
found at MO. W. CLARK k CO.'S
September 18_No. 199 East Bey.
WHISKEYS, WINES & LIQUORS,
I A A BBLS. WHISKEYS, OF DIFFERENT GRADES,
Ll/U qualities ind prices
500 cues Clatft Wines
100 casea Schiedam Schnapps
100 casia Brandy, Oin, Jamaica Rum. St. Croix Bum,
Mew England Bum, Sherry Wine, Port Wm?, Madeira
Win a, kc, kc
1000 dosen of tba above ba cases. For sale by
September 17_ OEO. .v. : T,A,<__CO.
SALT, SYRUP, &c
1 ?AA BACKS SALT FOB bAL . IN LOTS TQ
X?UV suit purchasers, at less thin OJarket ratea. .
600 Blue Grit On ari ?tort?.
100 b?rrela S-ap.
100 barrels Sugar.
1000 kega Nalia.
(00 nags Shot,
1000 boxes Haning.
100 boxes Starch.
1000 borea Soap.
100 boxes Tobacco, Ac, Ac
For aale oy OEO. W. CLARK k CO
GUNNY CLOTH ! GUNNY CLOTH !
I AA BALE8 GUN NT CLOTH, EXTRA HEAVY.
LvU 100 Rolla Gunny Cloth, Extra Heavy.
Jut received. For sale low and m lota m suit, by
September If_ GEO. W. tX?Jtj A CO.
1 AA COILS MANILLA ROPE,
IUVJ 30? Coll? Hemp Rope,
900 Oiils Jute Rope
Just received and for sala cbtep rat cash, by
SepteaeexK . GEO. W. CLARK 1 00
BKEADI BREAD ! BREAD !
1 fifi, I *>*XS ABMY BREAD.
IvUU For ?ala by ORO. W. CLARK 4 00.
Septets* ria _]_
SMITH'S BURTON ALE.
1 A BARRELS JUST RECEIVED OF THAT CBLE
L\J BRA TED ALE, by
OSO. W. CLARK it CO.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FB SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASE KS, BX
tbs Mantthwtairar E. CLOOrja,
No. 67 Plas street, Hew Xork,
ag==N COLGATE & CO.'S
mVPffll Erasive Soap,
5e3e_!s5 THK ST AND ARO OF
PoBBra I EXCELLENCE.
mLA?^J?lil Vor Sal? bF -11 Orooers.
N35__L!_3^ Octoler 01 into
"THOMAS R. AGNEW,
nrro ans a? sauxnni
Fine Groceries, Cnolee Tests. Ste?. Bte.
NOS. 960 and 90S GREENWICH-,T" COB. Of MUBBA?
FINE VIRGINIA CHEWING
r!T RECEIVED, A LABOE LOT OF THE ABOVE,
?blah will be sold by the box
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRJCE".
F. E.. SCHROEDER,
Meet-* street, opposite Mills House,
November 14 4*
BU1LD1N0 MATERIAL, ETC.
LUMBER AND BUILDING ?ATE
PRIME NORTHERN WHITE PINE OF ALL KINDS,
Mahogany, M juldinga, Newala, Banisters, Venera,
Biaok Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Oak, Doon, Sashes, Paae>
taring Laths, Pickets, Palings, ?alla, spikca. Shingles.
The above ba large aaeortment and variety to sals at
wholeeale and retail tor oaah.
J. N. WOOD, Agent,
Corner Market and Bay.
October 17 tartatmo*
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
TIBER a ADVANCES MADE OX CONSIGNHENTii
J Ot COTTON, BICE OR NAVAL STORES, ID Liver?
pool London and Glasgow, and to Northam ports.
October 99_ Imo
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
Ho. 83 BROAD-STREET.
"O EAL ESTATE. STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT ABD SOLD
Xl ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
PERTY T.i? A mm
mr Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, tc. every
Wminrntiay,_ _October 19
WILLIAM I GILllLiSD 4 SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STBEET.
Bent'tnber ' _______________
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS. COMMISSION MERCflAKTS,
WILLATTEirD TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHI-MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Pula) of
COTTON. BJ CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STO?ES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A B. OHISOtM
14 Prevention is Better than Cure.''
Celebrated PreYentive Lotion.
APPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
(he trench Medical Faculty, aa the emly safe and
bitalli Lie antidote against Inf oe eton from > pedal Di ia? set
Thia lnvaiuaole .: reparation la suited for either sex, and
baa proved, from ampie experience, the moat a_otent
aiid reUablo Preventive ever dtacovered, thoa effectin, j a
desideratum long sought for in the Medical World. If
onad according to directions every po*-bilby of danger
may be avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, expel all to purities from the
absorbent vessels, and render con tamma tl cn Impossible.
Be wise m time, and at a vary small outlay, save hour? ot
aa told bodily and mental tormenta.
This most rei able specific, so universally adopted m
the Old World, LS now ofiarea for sale for the first ?mii ba
America by F. A. DC PORT & CO., only euihorised
Agent?: fte the United States.
Price i-i per bottle. Large bottle, double size, tc
The usual discount to the trade. Sect, secniely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with duse
tions and pamplilct, by addressing to
F. A. D CPO BT k CO.,
Sole Agent? for Dr. Ricard's P. L,,
May 33 i.yr No. 13 Gold Street. New Torr
J. M. M.DSTR??T & SOI
NO. 20 BROAD S TIR EE?C,
CELARLE STON, S. C.
J. L. FONDA. ISnperinteiident.