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MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1867.
NM WS SUMMARY.
-Gold was excited in New York on Saturday,
dosing at 139}.
-Cotton was lower, tho closing quotation for
Middling Uplands being 17$ a 18c
-Cotton vas easier, and declined l-16d. in
liverpool on Saturday ; Middling Uplands quoted
at 8 7-lCd.
-Mrs. Lincoln and her dry goods are going to
-The Quaker City excursion party are expected
home in a few days.
-Queen Isabella, of Spain, refuses auy longer
to patronise bull flgn:.-.
-But one of tho cc-operattve atores projeoted
in New York this year remains.
-Liverpool streets are Lept level and hard by
steam rollers, running in the night.
-St. Mark's Catholio Church, at Bristol, Pa.,
was destroyed by uro Saturday night.
-Texas borates New Orleans for its want of
enterprise in not building a railroad into that
-The Missouri Supreme Court decides the test
oath, as applied to voters and office holders, un
-Riobard Ten Brock is to organize another
Jockey Club in Nov York. The track is to be the
-Tho London News is to be mads a penny
paper, and the Star and Telegraph are shivering
at the prospect.
-One thousand bags of Rio Coffee were sold at
auotion, in Philadelphia, on Thursday last, at 23j
oents per pound.
-General Beauregard says many of the boat
Louisiana families are selling out their effects and
removing to Maryland.
-A New York Sunday paper gives a list of men
in that city who have made large fortunes by the
war. It occupies four columns.
-It is rumored in Wasb.agton that the Presi?
dent has tendered, or will tender, the Secretary?
ship of War to General MoClelian.
-They are laying down a new carpet in the Sen?
ate chamber at Washington-black and yellow dg
ures on a crimson ground. Anything symbolic ?
-Russia is reported to have decreased its army
by about 100,000 men during the past year. It
still bas an effective force of about half a mil?
-The United States army has cost during the
first six months of 18C7 no less than 56,000,000,
which is not far from double the cost of the En?
-Rev. C. E. Mcldvaine, son of Bishop McDvaine,
of Ohio, was on Ihursday married to a daughter
of Bishop Lee, of Delaware, at St. Andrew's
-General Corona married Mrs. Bowman, a San
Franoisco widow, by proxy. Tno Colleotor cf Cus?
toms at Mazatlan occupied the tantalizing position
of representative bridegroom.
-The number of imigranta who bavo arrived at
New York from January 4th to November 13th,
1867, has been 220,475, as compared with 212,752
during the same period of 1866.
-Commodore S:eth, of Mississippi, recently of
* the Confect*. ? J Navy, but formerly a lieutenant in
the Unitcc States Navy, has just died of cholera,
at the age of eighty-eight years.
-Tba election in Florida is in progress. A con?
vention will bo ordered by a large majority of ne?
gro votes. The whites generally abstain from
having anything to do with the matter.
-There is but one Conservative in the Alabama
Convention. The members are divided, however,
sixty-three befe g extremo Republicans, and twen
two disposed to more moderate measures.
-Some one slanderously says that the Demo?
cratic majority in New York city would have been
larger if two or three ship loads of emigrants that
were expected bad not been delayed by adverse
-Rev. Thomas Wostenholme, who lately died at
his house in Cohixnbus, Miss., at the age of soven
ty-tbxee, is said to have been the oldest Odd Fel?
low in America, having been a member for fifty
-A merchant in Savannah has received a letter
from a friend at JacksoLviUe, Florida, which as?
serts that Florida will not ship five thousand bales
of cotton this year. There will not be a third of
an average crop.
-George Wdkina Kendall, of the Picayune, left
an estate worth a half minion of dollars, all of
which he made by his own talents aid industry.
He oommenced li fa penniless and friendless as a
-A bill before the Tennessee Legislature, to
"Encourage and Protect Loyalty," provides that
lt shall horeaiter be an offence for any person or
family to have a picture of Jefferson Davis or Gene?
ral E. E. Les in their possession.
-Tnurlow Weed's paper says : "Colonel Forney,
who has a keen scent windward, evinces his sa?
gacity by jumping on Ute Grant train. He im?
agines that it is a Radical machine, but it does not
matter a great deal what the fly thinks of the cart
-For purposes of experiment, a new pavement,
composed of a ie -nidation of cobble stones, filled
in with a composition of gas tar and rosin, to be
covered with a top layer of small gravel stones,
and rolled down solid, is being laid in Tremont
-It is said that Louis Napoleon proposes to
affiance the Prince Imperial of France to Giselle,
the youngest daughter of the Emperor of Austria.
It has already twice happened that an alliance of
this kind between France and Austria bas been
followed by the downfall of the Frenoh reigning
-The author of Ingemiaoo bas written, and will
econ publish through Messrs. Richardson & Co.,
a Southern war novel called Randolph Honor,
wbioh is eulogistically spokeu of. The scene is
laid in Maryland, Charles: on, and Arkansas, and
the dramatio portions ixe from romantic incidents
of tho war.
-The Roman Catholics of London are about to
erect the finest cathedral in Europe, savo, perhaps,
St. Pete 's at Rome. One feature is to be that
pries.3 of every nation and language are to be con?
stantly stationed at this cathedral, for the purpose
of bearing confession s and of preaching to foreign?
ers in their native : orgues.
-The Radical majcrity in Convention in Ala?
bama bas decided to send a special messenger to
Washington to ascertain from leading Radicals
there how far Congress w?l permit the Conven?
tion to go on the question of disfranchising
"Rebels." A resolution was also adopted instruct?
ing the proper committee to inquire i_ to the ex?
pediency of requiring lorin er otvuers to pay thc
blacks wages for their services from the date of
tbs emancipation proclamation.
-The citizen? of Botetourt County, Virginia,
have addressed a petition to General Schofield ask?
ing him to suppress the secret meetings of armed
negro os in that county. They state that unless
these leagues are broken up they soo no rcoouise
but in counter organization and a general arming
for tho protection of their homes and of the
women and children. They simply demand that
the negroes be compelled to conduct themselves In
as quiet and orderly a manner as tho whites.
-The election for the Convention took placo in
Mississippi on the 5th, 6th and 7th instant, but iu
oomequence of an order of General Ord no publici?
ty cf the returns was to be made until after the
last day's voting. The Vicksburg Daily Republi?
can of the 7th instant, however, states that the
Convention will vrevail by a majority of at least
twenty thousand. The white?, notwithstanding
the advice of General Baxksdule. of tho Jackson
(Miss.) Clarion, to the contrary, mostly refused to
-Lord Wrottosley, a distinguished astronomer,
President of the Royal Astronomi'el Society in
1841, and of the Royal Society in 1854, died recent?
ly in England. He was in bis sixty-ninth year.
His life bas been devoted very much to astronomi?
cal studies, parti.nlarly to the study of tho fixed
stars. He bad two private observatories, and in
th em .spent much of his time. In 18S9 be com?
pleted bis catalogue cf the right ascension ot 1,318
etars, and received the gold medal of the Royal
-'Ihe New Hampsbiro Democratic State Con?
vention was held at Concord on Thursday Lat
Amid great enthusiasm John G. Sinclair was no?
minated for Governor. The platform declares the
Congresilonal plan of reconstruction to be revolu?
tionary, and the attempt to establish negro suf?
frage an atrocious crime against the principia* of.
Ropublican government and tho ago of
tion, congratulates the Hiddle and Westei
on recent elections, and invites tho cona
men iu the State to unite with them in se
-There are r.ow three regularly nomina
didates for Mayor of New York city. T
many Dem?crata have nominated the Hi
T. Hoffman, tho present incumbent; tho
Democrats ?.ave placed iu the field the H
:iando Wood, and the Republicans luve na
thc Hon. William A. Darling. Tho eleoti
plaoe next month.
-Tho term of twenty-one United Statt
tors will expire on tho 4th of March, 1869, <
fourteen are Republicans and soven Den
but it is scarcely possible for the Demo
break tho two-ihiris power of the Bepubl
that body during the axistonco of the fo
Cong'-eBS. They have, however, gained
Ohio and ono in California, but have lost
Tennessee, Govornor Brownlow having bet
ed over Hr. Patterson. The Ohio and Ct
Senators have not yet besa chosen.
-The Eugli?h trade reports for the firs
quarters of 1667 show that that country
great deal toward replenishing tho wardt
tho world. During that perod it export
2,000.000 yards of cotton pioco goods; 300
yard3 of woolen and worsted manufacture
000,000 yards of linen piece goods; 2,500,0(
10,500,000 pairs of stockings; 2,250,000 ]
shoes; 700.000 silk handkerchiefs, scat
shawls, and large quantities of other appa;
ued in all at moro than $350,000,000 in gold.
-v.'eDdell Phillips ia out in another lett
ing the Radicals to proceed to the impeach)
President Johnsou, and to ma. void al
acts of his which Congress may d ?clare t
been illegal. W. Phillips demands that
prominent rebels shall Dot be allowed to
punishment-that the confiscated lands re
to them under the President's pardon s
taken from them again and parcelled out
the negroes, and that the new war cry of tb<
oals shall ba '-Impeachment, Revocation <
dons and Pre-emption of Surrendered Land
-Tortola, which a dispatch by the Cub;
announces has been subm ersed, with a loss
thousand persons, is one of the Virgin L
West Indies, belonging to Great Britain, si
between Virgin Gorda and St. John's. The
of the island is twelve miles and its bread tl
miles. It consists moBtly of a range of hills
to 1600 feet in elevation, and in its North pa
circling a harbor, on the Wost side of whioh
town of Tortola. The islaLcl is ' ory unheal
Europeans. Tortola has its Governor, Coum
Legislative Assembly. It becamo a Britisl
session in 1666.
A New Tax BUL
The time has now come when a new
Tax Bill should be issued, and as there
acknowledged civil authority in the Stat'
duty of providing supplies for the coming
will rest with General Canby. That c
may not feel disposed to change the wholt
tem of State taxation, so as to make it oe
that every citizen is only taxed in prcpo
to the revenue which he enjoys under the
tection of the State; but there is little c
that he will consider, with enlarged ?ben
the provisions of the Tax Bill of I860,
modify, or repeal altogether, ita most o
Taxation is a matter in whioh every m
interested, and each will judge of a Tax
as it affects himself; but there are some p
upon which all classes are agreed, am
these the attention of the framer of thc
Tax Bill is respectfully called.
Charleston has paid this year one-half o
whole amount of taxes received by the ?
Treasurer, and, as a rule, this city pays
third of the whole taxation of the State,
throws au undue weight upon our business
commerce, but it cannot be recommended
the taxes on real estate in the country bi
ercased. Thousands of acres of land ar
fered for salo, and tax executions are heh
the hundred ;-the burden upon each c
must be made as light as it may. The taxe
manufactured artic.es, buggies, carriages
plate may romain, and the necessities of
State may prevent any reduction in the ta:
professional incomes ; but it would be we
some reduotion could be made in the taxes
I on Telegraph, Express and Gas Compas
because the tax upon them is but another
upon the public which is their patron. <
opinion of that "tax upon intelligence,"
tax upon gross receipts of newspapers, has
ready been given at 1 engtu. A tax might
imposed on the profits; or, if that cannot
dona, the tax on gross receipts should be
duoed to at least one-fourth of the present t
ot abolished altogether. The good of the p
pie and the State requires the adoption of t
measure. The tax on incomes derived fr
salaries should certainly be reduced. Prc
sions and the necessaries of lift? are far higl
than before the war, and salaries have i
been raised in the same degree. Many perse
are paid off in local bills whioh aro at tvrez
or thirty per cent, discount; the rest are pt
in a currency one-third less vuluable than go
Keepers of billiard rooms, bowling alleys, a
other places of amusement, can pay the pi
sent tax, or an advanced rato. They provi
for amusement and recreation; their wares s
not indispensable; those who are their custoi
ers can be fairly called on to pay for the e
joyment of that whioh is a luxury, and not
necessity of life. Taxes imposed on play
wax works, &o., should not be lowered; b
the exception should be struck out from tl
clausa imposing a tax upou dogs. These an
mais, whether or not a private benefit, are
public nuisanoe. If they protect house ai
property, their owner can afford to pay o?
dollar upon eacu of them; if they are kept f<
amusement, thei . owner must pay for his pr
vilege ; if they are of no value but for the:
howling, yelping and fighting, a tax may cot
sign them to the pound, or make them som
direct benefit to the State itself. Every do
should be taxed.
From the capitation tax of one dollar a larg
sum can be raised, if it is rigidly enforced un
der proper penalties. The difficulty hithert
has been with the negroes. For the most part
they have no property which can be taken ii
satisfaotion of taxes due ; but they have thei:
manual strength which may be profitably madi
use of. Defaulters in the payment of the capi
tatton tax, should be required to work upon thi
public roads or bridges to the value of the
costs, and twice the amount of the tax. Ii
this way, he who had no money would giv<
work ; and it should be made plain that She
riffs would be supported, and sustained, ic
their strict enforoement of the law. It wai
suggested at the last session that every em?
ployer of laborera Bhould make return of them,
pay their tax, and deduct the same from their
wages or other dues. This was eminently pro?
per, and a clause in conformity with it might
advantageously be incorporated in the forth?
Tho times at which taxes are payable might
be changed. It is as easy in most cases to
make returns every month, as every six
months, or every quarter, and frequent pay?
ments would cause a steady flow of money into
the State Exchequer.
South Carolina is now impoverished and dis?
tressed, but her people aro auxiouj to show
their determination to fulifil their enbagements
with their publio, as with their private, credi?
tors. A judicious tax bill will restore confi?
dence, improve the value of thc Statu securi?
ties, encourage the advent of foreign capital,
and prove that our people are determined to
support the credit of their State, und bear, as
cheerfully as they may, every necessary charge
that is imposed upon thea.
Of the New Appropriation Bill, th? twin
brother of the Tax Bil!, a few word? may be
The Appropriation Bill should provide for
the sustaining of the Judiciary of the State, for
th? continuanse of th? State Penitentiary and
State University, and for the doing of all work
possible in the present condition of the finances,
upon public buildings in course of erection, or
now requiring r.pairs. Provision should also
be mude for the furnishing of neoesary blan?
kets, clothing and medical attendance to con
viots. It should not be necessary to call upon
Gen. CAMBY for aid in these matters, as the
Sheriff of this District has already been com
pelled to do.
The State has resouroes and its people have
strength. They hope and believe that their
most trying hours have passed; and are re?
solved to build themselves a country which, in
integrity and prosperity, shall know no supe?
rior. Their Legislature is killed by Congress.
Their State is under military rule. They look
to the Commander of this Distriot, to give
them such a Tux and Appropriation Bill as
will meet the exigencies of their condition, and
enable them to show that Carolina is thoroughly
alive to the importance of maintaining her old,
and honorable, finanoial reputation.
THE NEGROES in the vicinity of Savannah
have now a regular military organization. On
the Chatham County side of the Ogeechee
River, there are five companies, commanded by
a negro named Fally, who is saluted and hailed
as "General." The privates are armed with
muskets, and the officers have swords. Am?
munition, drums and flags are plentiful. Ac?
coutrements and uniforms have not been no?
ticed; but drills take place every night, and
discipline is preserved by a system of fines
which are rigidly enforced, This attempt to
establish a power whioh might be used for any
bad purpose by Bradley and his compeers, has
been watched from the commencement; and
the military authorities have been petitioned
to order the dispersion of this would-be army.
The movement is not yet particularly danger?
ous, as any outbreak would be instantly
crushed; but it is better to nip the evil in the
bud, and so avoid any cause for uneasiness or
ENGLISHMEN do their best speech-making af?
ter dinner; and light wines and express trains
have not killed the "good old custom" of de?
fining one's position in an after dinner speech.
Lord DXBBT has already explained himself in
this manner, and Mr. DISRAELI, the Chancellor
of the Exohequer, has followed suit, at Edin?
burgh, ia a four hours' speech on Reform
and the Conservative party. Of course he
proved that the Tory party loved reform,
had tiken up reform, and had treated it
aright. He said that household suffrage did
not make a democracy, as, out of four millions
of houses, only about one and a half millions
of householders had the franchise. Mr. DIS?
RAELI pitched into thc Whigs and their leaders
with all his might, and said naught about the
negro. Reform in England is settled for the
time; when the question is reopened, will come
the final plunge.
TH* ROMAN QUESTION has a greater impor?
tance than that which attaches to the preserva?
tion of Rome from rapine, or the temporel pow?
er of the Pope from extinction. It is the bone
over whioh France and Italy, and, conse?
quently Prussia and Germany are quarrel?
ling. NAPOLEON insists on settling the
question in his own way, and the Italians
demand that they, with or without weak
headed VICTOR EMMANUEL, shall dispose ol'j
what is to them a purely Italian affair. Aus?
tria looks wistfully towards the Quadrilateral
and sighs for thc Lombardy of oid. Prussia feels
her strength, and is inclined to tell tho French
Emperor that the time for oontinual meddling
is i ast. In a religious aspeot, both Protestant
and Catholio look upon the progress of events
with eager interest; but even this may be lost
to sight, in the stu >y of the vast complications
which may grow out of the last "on to Rome."
Ii STREET-SHOOTERB, and gentlemen who set?
tle little difficulties in the public highways,
wore certain of hitting their mark, and of not
hitting, or frightening to death, an innocent
bystander, their exciting amusement might be
tolerated. General WISE was grossly insulted,
and it is not strange that the son should have
assumed the father's quarrel. But the merits
of the particular case have nothing to do with
the faot. Street-shooting must be condemned
by gentlemen, and left to the enjoyment of
rowdies, and drunken bullies, whose homo is in
the watch house. There are ways enough of j
shooting, and being ahot, without having re?
course to sidewalks and hotel entrances; and a
man who cannot be fought in the field should
not be fought on the street.
THE BREAD riots in England may be but the
precursors of similar outbreaks on the Conti?
nent of Europe. Everywhere the poor are suf?
fering for want of employment. Crops are
short, except in Russia and the United States,
and, in England and France, the rising market
for articles of food is already seriously felt.
The wealth of England comes from the masses
who live from hand to mouth; in France, the
Government tries to regulate by force the price
of a loaf of bread. England might escape with
a riot, France would fear a revolution. Men
oare not for life when hunger pinches them;
and if they ask for bread and are given lead,
thrones tremble, and the boundaries of nations
TOBACCO ! TOBACCO !
JUST LANDED, DIKECT FROM MANUFACTU?
RERS, taken out of Bonded Warehouse, and now
l.i store, Noa. 143 and US EAST BAY, opposite Kerr's
300 Whole. Half and Quarter Boxea of TOBACCO,
amongst whioh will be found i onie of the finest branda,
and the largest aaaortmeut, comprising all grades and
variedes, at prices from 30c. to SL60 per pound.
A large assortment of SMOKING TOBACCO, In >4, JJ,
L 6 and 10 lb. packages; VIRGINIA SMOKING TO?
BACCO, in barrels of tOO lbs. each, at vOc. per pound,
SEGAR? at $20 to 80 per M ; POWHATTAN PIPES, Ac.
Planters, Factors and Dealers in Tobacco, are re
spectrally invited to examine my Stock and prices be?
fore purchasing elsewhere. P. MULKAI.
N. li.-Now on the way from Baltimore. Danvillo and
"Petf-raturg, ?Oil borea TOBACCO, assorted grades.
FINE VIRGINIA CHEWING
JUST BECErVED, A LARGE LOT OF THE ABOVE,
which will be told by the box
AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES.
F. E SCHROEDER,
Mettitg street, opposite Mala House.
November H 4?
BOOTS, SHOES, ETD.
SELLING OFF ! SELIM OFF !
For 15 Days Only !
No. 260 KING STREET,
Opposite Beaufain iSt.,
IN THE BEND.
BOOT Al SHOE STORE,
IS SELLING H13 STOCK Ol' LADIES', GENTS.
AND MISSEV BOOTS AND SUOL6 "AT COST,"
and respectfully invites thc attention of lils customers,
and the ubhc In general, to his large and well selected
eto.ik of BOOTS AND SHOES, ali whioh wilt be sohl
at New York and boston piles.
Country pureuasera will do well to call and examtst
be:ore purchaein?; elsewhere.
A large su CK ot PLANTATION BOOTS AND SHOES*.
Don't forjtet ibe place. "No. 2S0 KING STREET, OP?
November 15_ fcxtw9
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
EDWARD DALY, Agt.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS, SHOES il TRIMS,
AT No. lil ME ETI .VG STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 81 Imo
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
streel to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near St
Michael's Alley. August tl
AGENTS WANTED.-SM TO ?4U A DAV,
to introduce our now patent STAK ^HIT ITLE SEW
IM) MACHINE. Price $20. H usc? two threads, and
makes tho Ronui eLorkSutch. All other low-pricedma
chincR make tho Chain Stitch. Exchuive territory n?\en
Send for circulars. W. u. WILsON A: CO., Manufac?
turers, dovelan I, Ohio. imo_Novonbor 18
WET M'RSE WANTED (WHITIC] IM A
small faicil;. ru a healthy pnrt of country. Ono
well recommended ran obtain a steady place. Apply ut
No. 84 al AltKET S CREET. 3? Novomber 18
HIGHLY IMPORTANT. -AIX THOSE
looking for employment au? wilhug to act os
\uENTs may hear i f au excellent article which paya
thirty per cent by applying ot
' J. ARNOLD'S,
No. HG Church ftroot.
Between Queen und Cha.mora .streets.
November >S ._3*
fir ANTED, TWO COMFORTABLE ROOMS.
VV in a i aspect abio family. Address H. R. 8., through
Postofflce. _ 2*_NoNcmbor 16
Ws,\TbD-l SITUATION, BY A YOUNG
Mun, as CLERK or PORTER; writes a good hand,
and can give satisfactory references. Address H, at tuts
office. - 13 Novemoer IB
ACi EM'S WANTED FOR A VIRGINIA
LIFE LNsUuANCE COMPANY.-The Richmond
Ba^ki g and Insurance Company, of Rictimond, Va,
IN UEES LIVES on thc most reasonable terms, with se?
Those unable to insure ar? MADE ABLE.
AGENT* WANTED in every city and county in the
A pp icanta f?r Agencies will addrcsa
X. B. STARKE, General Agent,
November 18 Imo Box No. '?03, Bichmund, Va.
WANTED. BY A L vDY COMPETENT TO
teach Eiiglisb, French and Music, employment lu
the city. Address E. Y. Z., Daily News Office.
November 8 _Imo
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHER
or Governess, by a aoung Lady, competent to
teach English, Ftencn and Music The l est of r?f?r?
ences giveu. For ruriher ?nforma?on. address J. CA
MAK, A'.so^ljte Editor southern Cultivator, Athens, Gi.
Nove ..ber 7 _12
WANTED, A MAN THOROUGHLY AC?
QUAINTED with Bli tho branches of Bookkeeping
and Accounting, to go io Galveston, Texas. Address M.
A., Box 2684, N?.w lork Postoffice.
November 8 12
WANTED_TO INVEST THREE HUN?
DRED DOLLARS, in some safe, lucrative busi?
ness, which will give employment to the advertiser.
State business, with roll name, and where an interview
may be hud. Address T. J. H., Daily Newa office.
November 2 12
WANTED-SALESMEN IN EVERY COUN
'I'S South, tor au srticte in great demand; $600
matte by one kgent his first month. Address immedi?
ately BLI=>S ii MAC EATHBO>, Louisville, Ky.
October 31 Imo
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE GRAY JACKETS,
And how they Lived, Fought, ana Died for Dixie,
Incidents and Sketci.es of Life In the Confederacy.
Send tor Ciro alara. Address
JO.NE8 BROTHERS & CO..
Broad street, Atlanta, Ga.
October 21 Imo?
COOPER RIVER LANDS OF AN ESTATE
FOR LEASE.-POIS t COMFORT PEA: TATION,
ou the Wes.ern branch o; Cooper River, will bc leased
for o."j year from l?t January, 1888. It contains 15G
a .rea prime river Hwamp Rice Land, uuout 4 J acres .nbind
swamp Rico Laud, ?ad 180 acree heat quality upland, for
Cot,ou or Prc vis.oas. Applications ?or lease wilt be te
ceivud in writhe to 1st December next, and submitted to
Master m equity tor approval. Conditions n.udu known
on application to T. GRANGE SIMONS,
November 4 m3 Executor.
TO RENT, THE CHARLESTON CLUB
ll o L\SE, having been thoroughly refitted and re?
furnished, ls now ottered for BALL -, PARTIES and EX?
HIBI i IONS, Company and society Mee tinga, ac
For terms apply to
W. Y. LEITCH A R. S. BRUNS.
November 13 wfm6 No. 20 Broad street.
'?IO RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
X No. 60 Cannon street, containing four square rooms,
dressing room and paltry, witn doublo piuzxa; gsa fix?
tures throughout; stuhle, hay loft, carriage hOUM and
soioke houre, all complete. Also, one two-story Uou.o
m thu yard, conuining .cur square rooms. Possession
given on tho 1st November. Apply on THE PREMISES.
Ootober IV tm w
To RENT, FOUR ROOMS IN A DELIGHT?
FULLY situated House on south Bay, and kitchen
loom lt i equlred- Apply ut No. 36 HAY ak) STREET.
Nove m bur 18
TO LEASE FOR A TE RAI OF YEARS,
the VALUABLE Ls i ATE belonglug to the Ute
Colonel Kent, situated m uiaiigeburg District, ,onaiat
iug of S6u0 acres, t wu-thirds cleared. Ibo soil is rich
red clay, hue lor ul kinds or crops. I he Estate is water?
ed by a large creel, on which is n FINE MILL SEAT
AND DAM COJJPLEIE; die Lest water-power In the
stale ter Mills sud Fsctoriea; situation healthy ail the
year round, ou tb? piucc ore sixty laborers vfreedxam),
wno would contract cheaply, as they o taire to remain.
The Estate w?l be leased lur a term ot yeats lu ono
body, or tn iarms to suit small capital, ?or terms, ap?
ply to MOWRY & CO. November 12
MCLES AND HORSES FOR SALK,-JUST
arrived from Kentucky, a lot Of broke MULES
u.u UUas^i). May bj 6.en ai. the uuoscribtir's atable,
yu .au street, between Fri- nd and Mazyck.
NoTunber ll muiuiU_P. V/KbT.
FOR SALE OR LEASE, REAL ESTATE
In the moat deairab.e ?ocal ty m tho city, jter-n.
Uweiul. Apply to J. H. SLuA_N, No. 1 Ann street, be?
tween the uuurs ot ll A. M. and ti P. M.
Nov.mber ll _Imo
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON AND.
RI L PLA-N TAXIONS. FARM? and 011*4 PROPER*
a i o? all kinds lor MALE mid LEASE by
CLIFFORD i? MATBEWES,
Real Estate A?eaU, No. 68 Broad street.
November 9 limos
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
QUANTIiY, price 76 cents per hundred. Apply at
LUI Otho.- ot the DALL li .NeWS. Imo i clo bur 28
DBOPPED ON TUE NIGHT OF THE 13TH
November, near the Actor's entrance of the Circos
p.viiliou, a MEDIUM-SIZED WHiTJK ERMINE FUR
CAPE, the two lower Buttons of White Glass, and the
whole lined with White stu. The finder will obtain a
suitable reward by leaving lt ai the DETEC'i IVES*
OFFICE, in Broad street. Novemoer 14
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IS A
private family, at No. 46 EAS!' BAY, near the
Ua.tery. Terms itt per weak. wrm Ootober 9
BOARDING_A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated w.th BOARD in a private tami
1/. Apply at No. 2 GEORGE STREET. Terms mode
rate. _Ootober 34
BOARDING-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable raten, by applying at No.
i .4 KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
thu citadel. The Street Cara nasa the door every ten
minutes. 8m o October 7
ri HI COPARTNERSHIP HERE IO c O ii E EU 5 TI'" G
1 between CHAS. ELIAS and WOLF ELIaS, ls hereby
dissolved by mutual consent.
Hereafter tho business will be oonductsd Individually.
Claims against tho firm will bo paid by CHARLES ELIAS.
CHA i.LES ELIAS.
Camden, S. C., November 9, 1867.
November ld fmw8
REMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. 48 BfcOAD STREET, ui ttl further to?
ut. GEO. RIVERS WALKER,
October 30 U. M. Acting CouoU.
OHS, PAINTS, ETC.
OIK LEATHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BEOS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMAM> TOR THIS BELTING DU?
RING, colonel L. M. HATCH'S Agency, ia sufficient gua?
rantee for Rs qualities.
For suis at Mew York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 12G MEETING STREET,
October 24_Imo_Charleston, a. C.
10.000 LEAD PBEiOTM PURS
10,0 u lbs. pure Hhiiidelphia White Laad
8,100 lbs. Mew Yr-rk White Lead
6,0cU lbs. pure Fronch White Zinc
10,000 lbs. Washington iiedal White Zmo
tt,UOO lbs. Franklin Suow White Zinc.
All ot the above l'or sale low by
HOLMES ? CALDER,
October 24 imo No. 120 Meeting street.
OIL! OIL! OIL !
?AA GALLONS F?RE WESTER SPERM OIL
eJUV/ gallons Winter Bleached Whale Oh
bOO callous No. 1 Lard Oil
600 gallons No. 1 Tanner*' OH
GOC gallons Wnuc Oatt Oil
300 ya lons pure Neatsfoot Oil
70U gaR.,u3 English Lin-ecd GU
100 gallons Boilei Linseed OU.
For oale low at HOLMES .t CALDER,
October 24 Imo No. 1W Meetina street
FRO?T, BLICK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
OF EVERY VARIETY.
ISo. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS. HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILD IN Gb
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
AU Goods purchased of our House guaranteed aa re?
s. w. VBOST. ?Ala? SHOE. ozo. enron.
Ootober 24 3mos
GRAND LODGE OF ANCIENT FREE MA?
SONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF THE MOST
WORSHIPFUL GRAND L'iDGE OF ANCIENT
FRI-E MASONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA will be holden
at Masonic waU, Cheleston, on Tuesday, lOtliTTovember,
1867, commencing at High Twelve.
Worshipful Mastersand Wa:dona, or Delegates of sub?
ordinate Lodges, Grind OnVcrsand Past AI asters will
take duo notice ann govern themselves accordingly.
R. -. BRUNS, Grand Secretary.
ZFy-Columbia papers will copy.
November 9 9,12.14,18,19
SAINT ANDREWS hODGlO. No. Itt,
A.-. F.\ M.-.
TBE REGULAR MONTHLY COMMUNICATION OF
this Lodge will be held at Mas?me Hall, This (Mon?
day) Evening, November 18th. at 7 o'clock.
By order W.\ M.-. E. N. JEANNERETT,
November 18 1 Seoretary.
ELLIOTT SOCIETY OF NATURAL. HIS?
ASPECIAL MEETING OF THE ELLIOTT SOCIETY,
called by the Pre idont at the request < f Ave mem?
bers, wi 1 be held on Wednesday, November 30th, at the
Office of Dr. J. F. M. Geddings, Correspond?as Secretary,
No. 108 Broad street, at 1 o'clock P. M., to consider the
necessity of cbnuging the name of tie Society, so as to
include all the Physical Sciences.
GEO. E. TRE^COT, M.D.,
November 18 mw3 Recording Seoretary.
WASHINGTON ARTILLERY FRIENDLY
THE HALL OF THE SOCIETY, CORNER OF KING
and Lit erty streets, will be opened TMt (Monday)
Evening, at halt-past 7. A tull attendance o; members ls
WILLIAM C ULBERT. Secretary.
November 18 1
CALHOUN INSURANCE COMPANY.
AMEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THI9
Company wlU be held on Thursday next, tho vin*,
instant, at 13 o'clock M , at the Office of Samuel Y. Tup?
per, Planter?'- snd Mechanics' Bank, Last Bay, on busi?
ness of importance. E. W. MACBETH,
November 16 4thl Secratary and Treasurer.
EINE ABEND?NTERHALT?NG DES SAENGEE
BUNDES TEUTONIA findet statt heute MONTAG,
demlSNovber. Aufsog 8 Uhr Abends.
November 18 1 DAS COMMITTEE.
CHARLESTON, FOUR DAYS ONLY.
LOCATION CITADEL GREEN.
MONDAY, TUESDAY. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,
NOVEMBER 18,19. 30, 31.
?B I IIB UM..
Forming a Grand Stock Enterprise, consolidai lng
TE 1ST SHOWS
OF FIRST CLASS SE LEO 1 ION IN ONE GRAND AL?
Ia composed of the curions and rare animals of Asia,
Africa and South America, including Ornithological selec?
ciona cf tho most beautiful specimens of FOREIGN
BIRDS, formu g the most extensivo collection of WILD
ANIMALS ia the country, supported by
'. - -~
THE LARGEST COMPANY OF EQUESTRIANS
In America, numbering 190 Men and 361 Horses, in?
cluding 60 Performers, 6 Lady Equestriennes, 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 EL KPH ANT "EMPRESS," INTRODUCED BY
MR. JOHNSON. --_
GRAND GRATUITOUS EXHIBITION I
A Gorgeous Ancient Pageant-The Gr. nd Charlot of
Mars, Oberon and Achilles; Living Lions in oi on Dens
ot Gold and Bronze; Knights and Glin ?atora. In Armor
of Ancient Romans, aa escort to thaghtterina and costly
Oriental Equipages. Thia grand and imposing Proc?s
sion will be preceded by the Chariot of Oberon, contain
In? TH09. CANHAM'S OPERATIC SILVER AND
STRING ORCHESTRA of twenty firat class Musicians.
The Procession will enter the City at 10 o'clock.
First Grand Performance Monday Evening. Doora
apea st 6H o'clock.
Matinees each day, commencing Tuesday, November
19. Door s open at 1 o'clock.
Admission 76 cents. Caililraa auder 10 at 33 cent*.
November 7 7,1L18.16,18*
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL OF THE CHURCH
OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
JOHN GADSDEN, Primapal, with a Carpa of Teachers.
BOARD OF TBC STIX*.
Rsv. A. TOOMER PORTER, Hector.
G. A. IHENHOLM, EDWARD SEBiUNG,
JOHN HANCKEL, J. D. ALEXANDER.
M. T. BARTLETT,
EVAN EDWARDS, Secretary and Treasurer.
rna SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED (D. V.J ON THE
9th of DECEMBER, Session of TEN MONTHS.
Holidays, one week nt Christmas, Good Friday and East?
er Monday, August and September. The hours will I e
from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. The Infant Claetes, S A. M. to
13 M. The Rtceaaea will be in rotat.on of 16 minutes
Boya' and Girls' departments diatiiicc. Sewing and
Embroidery, voluntary oleases, after the oxer-Iso? of the
TEH,ns-Bodia at wholesale cost pr: us, and found to
: hose who cannot purchase. Tuition JO cents a month,
In advance. Applications for admission made between
hours of ti and 10 A, M. at house of the Rector, corner
Rutledge an J Spring streets, till further notice.
YOUNG LADIES' COLLEGIATE INSTI?
?TVflE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMES HAVE CAUSEE
X the Commissioners of tho State Normal and High
School to usc the buUdiug as a Free School. The State
Normal and High School, aa now organized, wi 11 eref. re
bo tra; sforrea, und- r tho title of the YOUNG LADIEa'
COLLEGIATR INSTITUTE, to the commodious build-'ng
on tho north side of r.e. rf: street, No. 38, one door west
ot King street, oponi.:," OCTOBER 3d, 1867.
Tuition in the Preparatory Dopaxtment, $13.60 per
batf session, or $60 per annum; in the Co leg?ate Depart?
ment, ile per half session, or SCO per annum. French,
Drawing, und Vocal .Music, oro Included la tho regular
course. Latin, Greek, G. nairn. Italian, Spanish, L -
struincntal Music and Painting, ore extra, at moderate
A limite . number of Bo:rder- will be received at the
Institute. Coard, 830 per mouth, or $LkW per annum,
including Was lng, Ligb tc, Fuel, etc. Parlor Boarders
received at the above prices. All payments strictly in
Board of Instruction as follows : Rev. HENRY M.
MOOD. A M.. Prinoipal; Rev. HENRY A. BASS, A. M.,
Proiessor of MaibemaTcs and Ancient Laaguagas; Pro?
fessor LEWIS R. UIBB3. A. M., M. D.. Lecturer ca
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy; Proiessor F. S.
HOLMEa. Lecturer on Geoloyv and Natural Hi tory;
L. A. FRAMPTON, M. D., Proiessor of Modern Lon
Kuag?s, Pro;os.,or WM. MASTERMAN. Instructor in
Vocal Mu=ic ; Miss MARY '.'. MOuD, Instxustress la
prowjng and laintmg; Miss LAURA IL HILT,, Initruo
tress lu English Branche?
THE FLOIIENCE GAZBTTB,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. AT FLORENCE,
S. C., ollera au excellant medium to Merchant* and
ethers who wiik to extend their boniness in the Pee
Dee section of the State. Estes of advertising very rea
sonable. September 16
AMUSE ME - TS.
T SE 13 ATBE.
Lessees and Managers.Jons TEMPLETON A Bao.,
Of the Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
GRAND OPENING NIGHT.
Monday Eyening, November 18th,
AND FIRST TIME IN CHARLESTON FOR MANY
years, Maggie Mitchel's celebrated Five Act Play,
To be followed by John Brougham's Laughable Extrava?
F O OAHOISTTAS,
And during the week the following Select, Fashionable
and Truly Groat Specialties, with the
BEBT COMPANY IV THE SOUTH.
HEIR AT LAW
BUMBO AND JULIET
BEAUTY AND BEAST
BLACK CROOK, kc.
S'ats secured at Box Office, Hibernian Hall.
November 18 _
DEUTSCHEN FE CEU COMPAGNIE
WIRD STATTFINDEN IM SPBUTZEN HOUSE, IN
Am Mittwoch den 20t,h November.
J. F. JOHANN3, Chairman.
N. C. LUDEN. I F. O. LILIENTHAL.
JOHN ENGEL, I JOHN MARJENHOFF,
Eintritt, $1.00, 11,18,30* November 7
BONDS. STOCKS, COUPONS, AND
rrvHK ABOVE BOUGHT AT HIGHEST MARKET
J. rates, by ANDBREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad airest.
PHILIP H. KEGLEB.
NO. IO BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOB S * IE ON NEW YORK, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-BELLS DRAWN ON
ALL THV. PRINCIPAL CTTIES IN EUROPE
GOLD, bILVEB. SECUBITTES, BANK NOTES Ao.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTIONS MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
October 39 Imo*
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
WILLIAM G. WMM & CO.,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
Large and Varied Assortment
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOB SALE ON
MOST SEASONABLE TEEMS.
CONSISTS IN PART OF i
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL?
VER AND PLATED WABE of all loads and pattern*'
FANCY GOfDS, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
BOXES, CIGAR STANDS, andVTOB&CCO BOXES,
CUT AND PBESSED GLASSWARE of all styles and
WHITE AND DECORATED
TEA, DINNER IND CHAMBER SETS,
WITH EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
CROCKERY AND EARTHENWARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
Mi??T, IBON, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY
GLASSWARE ! GLASSWARE ! !
ATOW OPEN AND FOB SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT
ITS of CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLERS,
CHAMPAGNE, CLARET sad WINE GLASSES.
From 12 fiO per daten to 113.
T V MB LBBI
From Tic. to SS 50.
MT Housekeepers will please call sad stamina, at
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 2? KING, corner Beaufaln streets.
TOOTH & x\AIL BRUSHES,
TpOB SALE LOW AT
WM. G, WHILDEN & CO.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
AT ALL PRICES, FROM $1 TO W, LESS THAN
New York gold price*.
A full assortment of fine F BENCH AND ENGLISH
POBTEMOi.'AIES, gilt bound, at
WM. 6. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 265 KING, oomer Beaufaln streets.
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINE
GOLD AND SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
AU warranted to ron and Uxoroughly rega?
rda ted, at the low price of Sid each I
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.$250 to 11000
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches. 300 to 800
100 La ?es' Watches, Inamelled. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... HO to 300
2'.0 Gold Hun Ung English Levers. 300 to 360
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.160 to 300
SOO Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 360
600 Silver Huatinc Levers. 60 to 160
600 Sliver Hunting Duplexes. 76-to 960
600 Ladies'Gold Watches. 60 to 360
1000 (?old Hunting Leplnss. 60 to T6
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all kinda. 60 to 100
.?5i0 silver Hunting Watches. 26 to 60
60 Xl Assorted Silv jr Watches. 10 to 76
Tho above stock will be disposed of on the popular ona
price pian, giving every patron a fine Gold or bolid all*
vex Watch lor Slo, without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnifi?
cent Stock. Certificate*, naming tho articles, are placed
in pealed envelopes, and well mixed. Holders are enti?
tled m the ardcie named on their certificate, upon pay?
ment of Ten Dollars, whether lt be a Watch worth $1000
or one worth less. The return of any of our certificates
entitles you to tho article named thereon, upon paymant,
irrespective of itd worth; and aa no arti clo valued less
than (10 ia named on any certificate, lt will at onoa
be teen that this is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate transaction, which mty be participated in
even by the most fastidious I
A single Certificate will be sent by mail postpaid, upon
receipt of 26 cents, five fdr $1, eleven for S3, thirty-three
and elegant premium for ts, iixty-elx and more valuable
premium for $10, one hundred and most superb Watch
tor $15. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this
is a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorised by the Government, and open
to tue most careful scrutiny. Try us. Address
WRIGHT. BBO. fe CO.,
Importera, No. IQ) Broadway, N. Y.
J. M. BRADSTREET & SON.
NO. 20 BROAD STJREET,
CHARLESTON; S. [C.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
BACON, SALT A>D ROPE.
8BOXES PRIME CLEAR BIBBED SIDES >T 17J<e.
per lb., or lass per the lot .... _
600 eaoks LlTerpool Salt at $1.7*" ptr sack, or lea for IO
sack? and upwards
60 coda Strictly Prims Kentucky Hemp Bale Bop?,
On enleaf brand, at l)o., or lara for the lot
600 bags Extra, Fuper and Family Georgia Flour
20 bbls. Molasses
16 bags Prime Bio Coffee
100 bags Corn Meal and Grists.
For sale by J. N. HOBSON.
November 18 a Noa. 1 and 3 atlantis Wharf.
Uli REY & ALEXANDER,
NO. 137 EAST BAY,
OFFJE.B8 THE FOLLO WINO OOOD8 AT SEDUCED
Prices, landing and in store:
lfi hhda. Strictly Prime WESTEBN SHOULDERS
15 hhda. Strictly PrWe Western 0. B. Sida*
10 hbda. Strictly Prime Western B. Sides
16 boxes Prune Long C. B. Sides
10 boxes Prime Shoulders
16 bbls. Choice Narrow N. Y. Strip*
20 bbls. Pria e Near York Pix boulders
100 fine large Ox Smoked Tongue
63 bhdf. good Miouldera, C. B. Sidas, R. Sidea tad
30 bb'ia. Clarified Cider Vinegar.
HAT, VOUS, OATS, FLOUR, &c.
OPA BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, PER
?vOKJ E. B. Soudar it
400 bushels Black Seed Oats, par Sea Gnll
1000 bushels pruna White com, per Sea Gull.
IS STOKE J
160 bbls. BAKERS' FLOUR, all grades
SO bbK Family Flour
1600 bushels heavy F ed Oat*
Hay, Seed Oats, Seed Rye, Peed Barkly
Bran, Bice Flour, and Empty Sacka.
For aale by Vf SST k JONBS,
November 18 _No. 78 East Bay.
ALE, DUNDEE BAGGING, SALT
KA CASKS TENNENTS DOUBLE STE ON G AND
60 casks Bernai d's Edingb irg Ale
60 bales extra heavy Dundee Bagging
3000 sacks Liverpool Salte*
100 tons English Coal.
Fora ale by 6 ROBERT MURE k OO.
November 18 6
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
Rf\f\n SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, LABOE
0\J\J\J ?He. ??ll filled and tn splendid order;
now landing- par ship Coarleston, at Boyce k Ca's North
For sala by ROBT. MURE k 00.
November 14 _ fr
SUPERIOR ENGLISH GOAL. ?
1/>A TONS, JUST RECEIVED PER 3 B FLT; fl BARK
X U1/ "David MoNutt," and for aale ia ouaaklttea to
salt purchasers at TWELVE DOLL ABS yr ton, deliv?
ered. Apply to ROB*. "JURE A; CO.
November 14 6
BACON ! BACON I
BHD?. CHOICE CLEAR BIBBED SIDES
20 hhdi. good Shoulders
30 boxes good Shoulder*.
For sale low to close sales, by ? -
November 18 wfm3 HENRY COBIA k GO.
2PT BARRELS EXTRA "CALEDONIA" FLOUR, EX
O steamer Alliance, from Philadelphia.
For sala by RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
November lg 8 Noa. 143 and 146 East Bay.
nPHE HIGHEST MARKE 1' PRIGS WILL BE PAID
J. for good BLACK MOSS. .Prices ?cc, made known
on application to .... E. DAVID,
No. 77 Market Street,
South Sid?, Nearly Opposite Market fialL
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOB SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASE HS, BY
the Manuracturer H. 0L?C08, v.
No. 6T Pin? street, New York?
September 24_4 mo
L?? & PERRINS'
P?Olori C?? EXTRACT
BT jjj J ot a letta* tnaaa a
?aBMKSBOa. U 'TSSSSS"
ra BX T ji oTLt AmwSk Brother at
? . ? /fHJ?r3WORCESTER, May
Gojd Sance r2^?1&51:
_ "T?L ?H * PES
?.?BArruoaxui SgSSj?IRINS that ?.eir SAUCE
i?'?jMi?]ia highly esteemed In In
** -5=? I di?, and ia, in my opto!on,
^M?MI?SM moat Dehusile, tm
EVEEY VABEETY IJin?iwall - the riart^?ola
?r, """ tS*?/"T8 SAUCl! that ta
OP DISH. ^.*??*/mada."
The sucoeaa of this moat delicious and uirrfralls 1 ooav
diment having caused many unprtow.pled detain ta
apply toa nama to Spurunu Omu?mmnU, the PTBUW ta
ntptctfuU* and tarnut?g raqnaatad to aaa that toa nama
of LEA k Pxnarvs ar* tepon tba WRAPPER, LABEL?
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINI, Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
# NSW YORK,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
October 18_ tin wi yr
/?SSS^k WlrGATE ?? CO.'s"
QITPQ] Erasive Soap,
^^fc^saLLaP THE STANDARD OF
KHBra I EXCELLENCE.
"THOMAS R. AGNEW.
ODOfta AHS SJXAUB Ot
Fla? Groceries, Choleo Testa, Etc KAc,
NOS. 380 andaos &REENWIcn-oT" COR. OF MUR Vt Ar"
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
(OMISSION MERCHANTS. |
BOYCE & COAS WHAKF,
IIBER AL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
J Ct COTTON, RICE OB NAVAL STORES, to Lt var
pool London and Glasgow, and to Nor*'aera port*.
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHES,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. SS BROALVSTHEET.
Tl EAL ESTATE, STOCKS, kc, BOUGHT AND lOLO
Xi ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
PERTY LEASED. . .....
s?- A action of HORSES, FURNITURE. Ac, every
WILLIAM H. GILULAM) 4 SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 83 HAINE STREET.
WILLIS & CRISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCRAMS.
T1TILLATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
VV dflli MENT (to Foreign and Do me? ri o P<irt?)oi
COTTON. BICE. LUMBEB AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, ChstrioatosL, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A B. OHISOLlI
CHABLESTON, S. C.
O. A. MIL, LE fl.Cackler..
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PEOPBIETOE OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
"ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. GORRERY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraoh and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
June 17 _too
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. ?1. ?8, M5 A A I) 947
Broadway, N. Y.. opposi;? Bowling Green-( a tte
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOCSE ls well aa *
widely known to the travelling public Th* location ls ca*
pecudly suitable to merchants and business men; it is ir
close proximity to the business part of the city-ia cu
the highway of Southern aad Western travel-and adja?
cent to ah th* principal Railroad and Steamboat depot1.
Tba STEVENS 30CSE bsa liberal accommodation -V-r
over 300 gutsts-it ls weil iura isa? j, and poaaasf *s evarv
modern improvement mr the ^ om ort and entartalaamuc
of lu Inmates. The rooms ara spacious and wall vena?
is tod-provided with gas and water-tb* attendance .a
prompt and respectful-and th* table is generously pto-.
Tided with ?r? ry delicacy of th* season sc in od sra? rat**.
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