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TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 19, 1867.
NE WS SUMMARY.
-Cotton eales in New York 1800 bales, at 17$ s
13o. for Middling Uplands. Gold closed at 139?.
-Liverpool cotton market at 2 P. M. was un?
-It is stated that there are over two thousand
base ball clubs in the country.
-Car i on the street railway in Augusta will bc
running by tue first of December.
-Colonel McCartle, editor of a Vicksburg paper,
who has been arrested by order of General Ord,
has fought several duels.
-Memphis boast3 of rapidly reviving businecs.
There is the prospect of a larger cotton trade than
during any year since 1860.
-Ex-Governor Bramlette, of Kentucky, has
gone over to the regular democraoy, and the third
party of that State is broken up.
-Mrs. Sarah Glover, the inventor of what if
known as the " tonic sol-fa " system of teaching
music, died at Malvern, England last month.
-A journeyman mason in London kiil?d himself
the other day, in despair at tho discovery, the day
after his wedding, that his wifo had a glass eye.
-In reply to a paper which called General Shar?
man " the coming man, ' a Georgia journal pettish?
ly says it hopes he ii not coming that way again.
-Buenos Ayres has projected a railroad across
the Andes to Valparaiso, and requests Chile to co?
operate in constructing it. Thc route is said to
-The negro grand jury in Mobile, which closed
its labors last week, found bills against thirty-two
blacks, and discharged forty; and against four
whites, discharging but two.
-The London News, in remarking ipon the pro?
ceedings of a convention of progress1 ve spiritual?
ists recently ht ld in that city, treat s the subject
under the general head of "Modern Devil Wor?
-A disastrous fire took place on Thursday night
at Quitman, Ga., on the Atlantic and Gulf Rail?
road, destroying a block of buildings containing
between seven and eight stores. Loss ovei
-From Brazos, Texas, comes a report that not
more than one-third of the cotton actually made
will be gathered. Neither m^ney, moral euasion,
nor force, will induce enough negroes to work and
-Napoleon is considering a project for trans?
form in cr the machine gallery at the Exposition into
a permanent international workshop. Steam en?
gines, aggregating more than two thousand horse?
power, are in operation there.
-Mrs. Sumner's first husband left her $100,000, to
be forfeited by a second marriage. For the sake
of "adorable Chawles," she parted with the filthy
luore. Would she not, as thc case stands, prefer
the adorable lucre to the filthy Chawles ?
-Old Barneses, Sesostris, Pharaoh and the rest
didn't have Egyptian postage stamps in view when
they Bet up the Sphinx and the pyramids ; but tho
different denominations of those stamps are to
have views of those structures upon them.
-The ramie plant, which is attracting consid?
erable attention in New Orleans, is a substitute
for ootton. It is indigenous to Mexico, gives a
fibre finer and whiter than grass cloth, is peren?
nial, and yields abundantly four crops in a season.
-The Count and Countess Guillaume de Sabran
Ponteves, of Lebanon, France, has sent 40,000
francs as a subscription toward the Pontifical ar
my, and express the desire that the sum may oe
apphed to the purchase cf five hundred needle
-The New York Evening Post wants Butler and
Steverns "placed in such a position of contempt
that their seats in Congress may be considered
vacant even before their terms have expired, or
their names have ceased to bo called upon the roll
-John H. Surratt con tin m s in good health at
the Washington jail and be ,rs bis confinement
philosophically, sometimes engaging in conversa?
tion with his Bister and a few other relations, who
occasionally call upo a him, but most of his time
ia employed in reading religious books.
-The Dutch have discovered that their prisons
are too comfortable, und tempt back convicts, who
carry away a fond recollection of the luxuries of
the incarceration. At least this is the complaint
made in a report by ene of the committees of the
Second Chamber of the States General.
-Captain Mayne Beidis residing at Newport.
The News suggested that he give readings, where?
at the Captain shows more temper than is neces?
sary in replying: "I hope yon will do me the honor
to behove that I have come to America for a
higher purpose than tc make exhibition of my?
self as a literary showman."
-On the Blackfriars road near London the rats
are escaping from tao old sewer now being filled
np. Tho South Loudon Press says that myriads
of them may he seen clambering over the mounds
of the rubbish heaped np around, and scampering
off in all directions La search of fresh spots for co?
lonisation, to the du may of the inhabitants.
-Mayenoe, the famous fortress, by the laying of
a cable nuder the Rhine, has inst been connected
with the tho telegraph network, which places all
the fortresses of the Rhine in communication with
Berlin, or, in case of necessity, with the Com?
mander-in-chief of it Prussian army. This will be
of great value to Prussia, if hostilities break out
-General Grant, ns Secretary of War, hos issued
' an order assigning Brevet Major-General Barry to
the command of Fortress Monroe, and of the
artillery school of practice recently established at
that post. General Barry is one of the most
accomplished artillery officers in the service. He
it was who organized the whe'e artillery of the
army of the Potomac and of General Sherman's
army in the West.
-The forests in France are under the care of
the government, and under the new laws for their
protection they have increasod nearly one million
of acres. Less than ono-Bixth of the area of thc
kingdom ir covered with woodland, while it is es?
timated that from twenty to twenty-five per cent,
of a country should be covered with forest in or?
der to secure uniformally good crops. Our fo?
rests, now disappearing, demand the attention of
Advices received at tho Treasury Department
represent that the Custom House at Brownsville,
Texas, has been left with but very few officials in
charge, owing to yellow fever, from wi.ich disease
several of them died, while others left the town to
avoid its ravasos. A Collector to fill a vacancy
will be appointed at an early day. Returns for re?
ceipts from customs at New Orleans bavo not been
made for t*o months past, owing to the late
prevalence of yellow fever.
-A Pittsburgh organ builder has invented a
new stop, which, from the accounts in the Pitts?
burg papers, is something wonderful. One papor
says: "It expresses the touching tenderness of
the human heart, and the tremulous, pathetic
tones of the violin. Its effect ia indescribable
and altogether irresistible. Indeed, tho human
heart and the nerves which eau remain unmoved
under the influence of its etherial tones muet be
composed of wood and leather."
-Austria, at least BO far as her army is concern?
ed, is putting on her best behavior. Foul lan?
guage is no longer to be addressed by superiors
to inferiors. Everybotly is to be polite to every?
body. An Imperial decree directs that officers are
to address common soldiers as "you," and not as
"thou;" the latter formula, in Austria, indicatinr
either excessive intimacy or contempt. Superiors
addressing inferior officers, sub-officers and sol?
diers, are also in future to add to their names the
title of their rank.
-Tho Prussian Govornment is very eager to
learn the Beeret of the new Napoleon gun, which
is said to bavii terribly destructive power. Several
Prussian heotenants, disguised as workmen, re?
cently attempted to got the secret by entering as
laborera in the French armories at Toulon. They
met other workmen already in the French service,
and made engagements for the next day. Upon
their arrival at the place of rendezvous they were
arrested and imprisoned, learning, after it waB too
late, that tho workmen they had been treating
with were police detectives.
-The London Shipping Gazette sava that Mr.
Reed, chief constructor of the British navy, has
designed a vessel intended to carry 600-pounderB
and plates fifteen inches thick. He purposes fur?
nishing ber with engines which will drive her at
the rate of fourteen to fifteen knots, and if the
Admiralty should approve his plans, and direct
tbs work ta bc proceeded with, by 1869 England,
will possess an engine absolutely impenetrable to
tho artillery of the present day, and capable of
collectively annihilating every war vessel now
afloat. Mr. Rood seems to havo been at last
converted to Captain Coles's system, for this, his
now ideal man-of-war. combines the best features
of tho turret as well as tho broadside.
Country ve. City.-Discrimination Against
Charleston pays far more than her just share
of /he whole taxation of the State. There is
nt) desire upon the part of Charleston mer?
chants, and Charles' n business men, to advo?
cate any addition to the taxation upon any
olass or set of people. but self-preservation,
and a desire to strengthen the vital energy of
the .Metropolis of Carolina, make it necessary
to urge a reduction of the taxes whieh are now
emptying the pockets of her tradesmen, and
forcing old and intelligent merchants either to
give up business or to do it at a lo83.
The people of this city are taxed in every
imaginable form. There is a tax on incomes,
a tax on sales,-a payment to be made for cer?
tain privileges,-an assessed tax upon articles
of luxury,-a tax upon telegraph, gas and ex?
press companies which comes out of the purse
ot the general public, But the most fatal aad
objectionable of the whole is the tax upon the
amount of sales of goods, wares, and merchan?
dise. This tax, under the tax bill of 1866, is
fifty ants on each one hundred dollars of sales
for the year ending January 1, 1868. To this
is to be added a tax of forty-four per cent, of
that fifty oents, to provide for the free schools,
free roads and public buildings. This makes
the present tax seventy-two and one half centt
upon each one hundred dollars. Upon this is
heaped the city tax of seventy-five cents making
a total taxation of nearly one dollar and fifty
cent* upon each one hundred dollars.
Now what is the condition of taxation in the
country. There, lands are assessed at a low
rate ; and, as we understand it, improvements
on the land are not assessed at all. A planter
may build a house at a cost of one hundred
thousand dollars, but he pays no tax upon it.
Estates worth ten or twelve thousand dollars
are assessed at two or three thousand dollars.
The whole vill-.ge of Granitevillo, with its cot?
ton mills, cottages and other improvements is
only taxed at so much per acre ; while the same
property in Charleston would be made to pay
ten or fifteen times the amount that is paid by
it in the country. The country has had the
control of the taxation, and this city has suf?
fered in consequenee. lu the country the taxa?
tion may not be too low, but in the city the
taxation is far too high.
What is wanted is a large reduction in the
Ux on sales of merchandise. Of course it
would be best to abolish the tax entirely, and
impose a new tax upon income or nett profit.
This may be impracticable; but it is not im?
practicable to cut down the fifty cent tax to a
five or ten cent tax,-to convert a tax that is
killing trade into one that will allow it to live
and prosper. The business of this city cannot
be revived, while taxation remains at its pres?
ent rate. Economy is the cry in .the house?
hold and in the store ; economy is impressed
upon men of every condition ; but where is the
use of economy in personal affairs, if it is
wholly insufficient to counterbalance State
I taxation and make both ends meet '!
Our merchants should urge these facts upou
General CANBY, with all tho force that the cir?
cumstances allow. They can prove to him that
these things cannot go on, without closing the
doors of our stores, and turning the streets of
Charleston into a wilderness. They can show
him that the State is now living through Char?
leston ; and that a policy w' h drives custo?
mers from our merchants, and ships from our
wharves, must, in the end, increase the depres?
sion of the whole Stats, and prevent the growth
and improvement of even the interior of South
In December, 18G6, the Legislature of South
Carolina passed a Tax Bill which, amongst
other things, imposed an onerous tax upon
brokers' connussions, gross receipts of news?
papers, and gross amount of sales of goods,
wares or merchandise, between January 1,
1866, and January 1. 1867. Efforts were made
to have the tax removed, because unjust, dis?
criminating and retrospective. These efforts
were unsuccessful, and it is from the military
authorities alone that relief is now expected.
An order of General CANBY did reduce the tax
upon receip ts from sales of goods on commis?
sion,-where the transaction was completed be?
fore the passage of thc Act,-to the rate
imposed for the year 1665 ; but the greater
number of the persons who were affected by '
the tax for 1866 are liable for it to this day.
It will oe remembered that 1866 was a disas?
trous year to nearly all business men. There
waa great competition in trade, the demand
was dull, and every merchant and dealer cut
down his profits to the very lowest point. He
knew what were his ordinary expenses, and
did, perhaps, run on until December without
loss, when, in the last month of the year, a tax
was thrust upon him for the whole of the
transactions which had been completed. His
goods had been sold and the money received,
his newspaper had made a charge for its ad?
vertising; and, when all hope of recourse was
gone, there was a heavy tax to drag him down
If men had the money to pay the retrospec?
tive tax of 1866, no voice would be raised
against it. But they havo not the money.
They staggered through the year ; they are
paying their current taxation; but not more
than a. dozen merchants in Charleston have
paid the tax laid upon them in December, I860,
for the year then ending. Nor can these taxes
be forced to payment without causing fearful
suffering and distress. There are many houses
of high standing that cannot pay up this back
tax. An order will not make them pay it. A
tax execution wi'., not make them pay it. They
have not the money ; and the attempt to force
it from them will drive them into hopeless ruin.
Those who did business on commission, and
had completed their transaetions, have been
relieved. They could not call upon their cli?
ents to refund. An estimate had been made,
accounts had been balanced. But these gen?
tlemen did not part with the power of reclama?
tion so entirely as wa8 done by the ordinary
merchant. He sold his ?oods, delivered them,
and reoeived his money. His profit may not
bave been more than fifty cents on the hun?
dred dollars ; but it was a profit, until the
back tax came to turn it into a loss.
A change can now be made. General CANBY
has the power, and we believe he has the will,
to encourage business, and improve our trade.
He oan strike this back tax from the tax book ;
he can relieve the fears of many a man who is
now living in fear and trepidation. The con?
trol is in his hands ; and equity, justice, impar?
tiality, and reason, all urge the one course :
that of making the back tax absolutely null
Charleston as a Distributing Centre.
New i'ork has been built up by a system of
taxation entirely different from that whic'i is
now choking thc trade of Charleston. In New
York the merchant pays a tax upon his nett
profits or income derived from business: and,
though his gross sales may be counted by tens
of millions of dollars, he does not pay one
cent unless he makes a profit. This is the
true tax policy, and the only one that will en?
courage enterprise, and ensure prosperity.
When a merchant knows that only his profits
will be taxed, he is willing to reduce his
profits to a ijimimum. At twenty-five cents,
or fifty cents, on the hundred dollars, he can
grow rich, because he will make up by his
large business for the small profit upon each
article. If he makes ten thousand dollars, he
pays tax upon ten thousand dollars; if he
makes one hundred thousand dollars, he pays
taxes upon on? hundred thodsand dollars: if
he makes no profit, he pays no tax. Thia is
There are times when a merchant must sell
at, and below, cost: there are times when he
cannot make a profit. Surely he should not
then be taxed and weighed down: but, on the
contrary, the State should bear gently upon
him, and not cause him to contribute in taxa?
tiva what he cannot justly pay. The State
does not tax the pauper or the indigent poor;
they have nothing, and they are not taxed.
But the merchant who commences busines, and
loses money upon the operations of the year, is
worse than without money. Ile has not only
made no profit, but he has made a loss. Far
from having a surplus, he owes money to his
creditors. This man would not be taxed in
New York, but he would be taxed in Charles?
ton;-whether there be a profit or a loss,
the merchant in this city must give his pound
of flesh. Is this just? Is this wise'.' Is this
the way to make Charleston a distributing
centre of trade? No !
Railroads may bring down freight at nomi?
nal rates, and our wharves may be crowded
with cotton; but this cannot last if trade only
sets in one direction. If cars come down full,
and go back empty; if steamships sail with full
cargoes, and return in ballast; it is because
? Charleston is so taxed and overburdened that
? she cannot compel trade to como here. AU
spur to enterprise is taken away; there is no
incentive to push trade; tho risk is too great,
where all is uncertain but State taxation.
These q estions must be pondered, and at
once. Now is the time whin our merchants
may speak to some purpose. If they value
their own prosperity, and that of this City and
State, they must not be silent now.
TOBACCO ! TOBACCO !
JUST LANDED, DIRECT FROM MANUFACTU?
RERS, taken out of Bonded Warehouse, and now
lu itore. Nos. 143 and 145 EAST BAY, opposite Kerr's
800 Whole. Half and Quarter Boxes of TOBACCO,
amongst which will be found home of the finest brands,
and the largest assortment, comprising all grades and
varieties, at prices from 30c. to 81.60 per pound,
A large assortment of SMOKING TOBACCO, in tf, H.
1, 5 and 10 lb. packages; VIRGINIA SMOKING TO?
BACCO, in barrels of 100 lbs. each, at uOc. per pound,
SEGARS at $20 to 30 per M ; POWHATTAN PIPES, Ac.
Plantan, Factors and Dealers in Tobacco, are re
spectrally invited to examine my Stock and pnces be
fon purchasing elsewhere. P. M Ul.KAL
N. B.-Now on the way from Baltimore. Danville and
Petersburg, 400 boxes TOBACCO, assorted grades.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLSFH?. CASSIMERi-S AND VEST?
INGS, whioh thsy sn prepared to make up, OR WILL
8 ELL BY THE Y ABD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
8U0H AB :
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, sHAESPEARE COL
Marino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts ?nd Drawers
Duke of Edin urgh Cravat liss
Suspenden, Kid Gloves
Linen Cambric Handkerchief?, Cotton Half Hose
English Silk Umbrellas, etc.
LL OF WHICH THEY WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of direct importation from Liverpool, which wo
oder at Wholesale and Retail, at a considerable reduction
from import cost, or as low aa the Inferior article of
American Flannels. They are all Wool, without mixten
of shoddy, and an admirably adapted tor Ladies' Balmo?
Nos. 38 AND 34 BROAD STREET.
C10THIN0 A FURNISHING GOODS.
FALL AND WINTER
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
?. m m ST.,
Three doors above Wentworth.
WE ARE NOW OFFERING OUR STOCK OF
whioh ia completa, and everything manufactured
by ns, at PRICES TO CORRESPOND WITH
Twenty years' experience in the manufacture ot
Clothing for this market exclusively, gives ns the
advantage over many Eitablishmenta who have
to trust entirely to others with getting np their
An examination of our Gooda is moat reapect
I. L FALK ft GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CLOTHIERS,
NO. 303 KING ST.,
Westside, 3doors above Wentworth.
October 34 th ?ruamos
FILL MD WINTER CLOTHING
GEO. LITTLE & CO.'S,
No. >? 13 King Street.
TTTE HAVE JUST OPENED OUR EXTENSIVE 8TOOE
TT OF FALL AND WINTER CL01HING, to whioh
we invite those in want to cell and examino before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Our facilities are such tl at we can
offer our stock of Ready-made Clothing and Furnishing
Goods at such prices that will compare more favorable
than any other house in the line.
Our stock of Clothing were manufactured under our
own supsrviElon, and can state that they are msde up tn
a workmanlike manner, and of fashionable style?. Our
stoak tourists of all gradea-Fine. Medium, and Low
In addition tc tire above, wa have on band a very large
.tock of YOUTHS', BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of all qualities. I aron ts will find it to their advan?
tage to call and muke a selection. Our sizea rango from
3 years to 18 yean of age.
WHITE AND COLORED LINEN SHIRTS, of all quail
Ses, and warranted to flt.
We oiler a large stock, consisting of Marino and Lamb's
Wool Under-shirU and Drawers, Shakers' Flannel Shirts
and Drawers, Canton Flannel Drawera, Travelling Shirts,
all colon, English Half Hose. Suspenders, Bows, Neck
Tie?, Silk and Worsted Scarfe, Silk and L. C. Handker?
chiefs, hemmed and ready for use; (ilovea, of French Dog?
skin,* Buckskin, Buckskin Gauntlets; French Kid?, Silk,
Cloth and Casiimere; Collara, of Linon and Paper of
LOW PRICK PLANTATION CLOTHING
We offer for Freedmen's rue, at the low price of FIVE
DOLLARS PER SUIT (Sack and Pant*).
We respectfully solicit a call rn m the citizens ot
Chari?stou, and those visiting the oily, lo our complete
?tock of CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOO OS, and
will take plcasu.-^ in showing our goods to those who
may favor us with a sall, and we will gu?rante? that we
will sell at suth prices that will ?mt the rime?, tor cash
orally accepu.uee>. GEO. LITTLE A CO.,
. No. 213 King ?treet,
October 38 tuths3mo? Victoria Range.
J. M. BRADSTREET & SON.
NO. 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
J. L. FONDA. Superiiitoudeut.
ITT-ANTED. COOK AND WASHER PUR
TT Gentleman and Wife Arply thia day at HuUSE,
JHURCH STREET, East side, four doora from the Bat
ejjv 1 November 19
A \ ic \ i K C?Tfe LOCAL AGENT
[% for PHON1X MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
OMPANY ls wanted at No. 22 BROAD STREET. To
in agent wuifig to give bis wuole time to tho business,
ho best inducements will be offered, with office rent
ree. November 19
SEAMSTRESS WANTED.-THE HIGH?
EST Wagos and a pleasant Situation wiU be given
'or an accomplished SEAMSTRESS, who can bring the
Dost recommendations of character, qualifications and
lisposition, and who is wiRing to render herself oth^r
(viso UBeful. Inquire st No. 32 MONTAGUE STREET,
corner of Gadsden. stuth3 November 16
AGENTS WANTED.-910 TO 841? A DAY,
io introduce our new patent STAR SHUTTLE SE VS -
L\G MACHINE. Prico 820. It uses two threads, and
makes tho genuine Lock Stitch. AU other low-priced ma?
chines make tho Chabi Stitch. Exclusive territory gi\en
Send for circulars. W. G. WILSON A CO., Manufac?
turers, dovelan I, Ohio. imo November 18
WET '?URSE WANTED (WHITK] IN A
small family in a healthy part of country. One
well recommended can obtain a steady place. Apply at
No. 84 MARKET STREET. 2* November 18
HIGHLY IMPORTANT. - ALL THOSE
looking for employment and willing to act as
AGENTS may hear of au excellent arricio which pays
thirty per cont by applying st
No. 116 Church street.
Between Queen and Chalmers streets.
November J? 8?
WASTED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG
Man, as CLERE or PORTER; Trites a good hand,
and can give satisfactory references. Address H. at this
office. 12 Nevera. >er 16
AGENTS WANTED FOR A VIRGINIA
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.-The Biahmond
BaL'kli g and Insurance Company, of Richmond, Va,
lN.-URES LIVES on the most reasonable terms, with se?
Those unable to insure ar? MADE ABLE.
AGENTa WAN ! EU in every city and county in the
Appdoants for Agencies will address
i'. B. STARKE, General Agent,
November 12 Imo Box No. 203, Richmond, Va.
ANTED, BY A LADY COMPETENT TO
teach English. French and Music, employment in
the city. Address X. Y. Z., Daily News Office.
November 8 imo
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHER
or Governess, by a io ung Lady, competent to
teach Eugliah, French and Music The best of r?f?r?
ences given. For further information, address J. CA
M AK, Associate Editor southern Cultivator. Athens, Ga.
Novo,?ber 7 12
WANTED, A MAN THOROUGHLY AC?
QUAINTED with aU the branches of Bookkeeping
and Accounting, to go to Galveston, Texas. Address N.
A.. Box 2684, New i ork Postofflce.
November C 12
WANTED-SALK?MEN IN EVERY COUN
TY couth, tor an article in great demand; $600
made by one agent his first month. Addross immedi?
ately Bl.las k MAC RATHBUN, Louisville, Ey.
October 31 _Imo
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THE GRAY JAOKETfi.
And bow they Livod, Fought, and Died for Dixie,
Incidents and 6kctcL.ee of Life in the Confederacy.
Send for Clrc-ulars. Address
JONES BBOTHERS A CO.,
Broad streut, Atlanta, Ga.
Oetober 'il Imo*
TO RENT.-A FINE RESIDENCE NO. 0
COLLEGE STREET, eight room*. Apply to
SMITH A MCGILLIVRAY.
Real Estate Agents. No. 27 Broad street
November 19 ru bs3
rRKNT, THE DWELLING HOUSE
No. 64 Hasel street. North side, formerly the real
dence of Jos, Provost will be rented to an approved
tenant for twelvo months from the 1st of December
proximo, i he House contains six square rooms and
two li res 5 Lng Rooms, with Pantry, btoieroom and large
Collar lor wood and coal, also extensive accommodations
for servants, a Coach House and stable, estera and
Wah ot Water, and every convenience tor a genteel resi?
dence. Appiy at No. 92 Church street, to H. S. GRIGGS.
November 19 tuths3
FUR RENT, PART OF A DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED MANSION, lu the southwestern por?
tion ot the city, consisting of a mute of three or lour
spacious rooms on the first floor, with kitchen and ser?
vants' apartments. Terms moderate. A'J dress "A,"
Dany News ofllce. November IB
mo RENT, THAT HANDSOME RESIDENCE,
JL NO. 69 BE AUF ALS STREET, wi. h a ne Flower Gar?
den and largo and commodious outbuildings. Posses?
sion given on tho first December. Apply to
WM. B. HERIOT A CO..
November 19 10 No. 64 Broad ?treet
rLEASE- THE GLEllE PLANTATION
on the Wettern branch of Cooper River wUl be
leased for ono or more y?.ars from the 1st January, 1868.
It contains 100 ucres of prime River Swamg Rice Land,
and about 100 acres of Upland for Cotton or Provisions.
The RECTORY, attached or ?eparstolv, with a Two
Story DWELLING and u ee-sary outbuild ngs, situated
at the bead waters of the Cooper River containing 60
acres hinh land more or less.
Applications wUl bo received in writing until the 16th
''ecember next and concilions nude .mown by applica?
tion to eitber of the subscribers.
W P. INGBAHAM.
???0 HARLES ION.
November 1) tu5 Cooper River.
rRENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE,
No. 211 East Bay, opposite Nsw Custom House. To
au a] prove,] tenant terms moderate. Apply at MILLS
Also, tor sale or to rent, a 7 octave PIANO. Apply
above. * stnth November 16
TO KENT, FOUR ROOMS IN A DSSLIGHT
FULLY situated House on south Bay, and kitohen
room if i ?quired. Apply at No. SIS HAY.. E ?I RhEi.
rLEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
the VALUABLE ESTATE belonging to the late
Colonel Kent, situated m Urang? burg District, t onsiet
iug of 86u0 acres, two-thirds cleared. The soil ia rich
red slay, fine tor ali kinds of crops. 1 he Estate is water?
ed by a large creek, on whloh isa FINE MILL BEAT
AND DAM COMPLETE; tho best water-power in the
statu for Mills and Factorisa; m-.nat ion healthy all the
year round. On the place are sixty laborers (freedmen),
who would contract cheaply, as they desire to remain.
The Estate will be leased tor a term of years la one
body, or in farms to suit amaU capital. For terms, ap?
ply to MOWRY A CO. November 12
FOR SALE OR LEA ?li, REAL ESTATE
in the most desirable locality in the city. Yenni
boorai. Apply to J. E. SLUAN, No. 1 Ann street, be?
tween the hours of ll A. M. and ll P. M.
SOT. m Der ll j mo
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON AND
RICE PLANTATIONS, FARMS and CITY PROPER
11 of ah kinda for SALE and LEASE by
CLIFFORD A MATHE WES,
Beal Estate Agents, No. 66 Broad street
November 9 Smos
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
QUANTI ll, price 76 cents per hundred. Apply st
tue Otho,- ot the DAILY NEWS. Imo <. ?tober 2S
DROPPED ON TUB NIGHT OF THE LSI H
.November, near the Astor'* entrone* of the Circus
paViUion. a MEDIUM-SIZED WHiTE ERMINE FUR
CAPE, the two lower Buttons of White Glees, and the
whole lined with White ?ilk. The nuder will obtain a
suitable reward by leaving it ai the DETECTIVES'
UFFICE, in Broad atreet November 14
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.-LOST, A
LADY'S GOLD OPEN FACE SILVER DIAL
WATCH, T. F. Cooper maker, No. 1806. Tne above re?
ward wiU be paid tor tts recovery. Inquire at THIS
OFFICE. stuthS November 16
BOARDING.-A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with BOARD ia a private fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 GEORGE STREET. Tarma mode?
rate. -, Oetober 24
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at No.
434 KING STREET, one door above Hudson street near
the Citadel. The Street Cars pass the door every ten
min?tes. arno Oetober 7
REMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. il BROAD STREET", ui.tii further no?
tice. GEO. RIVERS WALKER,
October 30 U.M. Acting Coi. ?ul.
OILS, PAINTS, ETC._
OM LEATHER BELTING.
A F?LL 8TOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMA>D FOR THIS BELTING DU?
BING, Colonel L. M. HATCH'S Aganey, is eufflsdont gua?
rantee for ita qualitiea.
For esleat Now York prices, by
HOLMES & ( ALDER, Agent*,
No. 12S MEETING STREET,
Oetober24 Imo jTharteaten, B. C.
WHITE LEI? ID ? PAINTS.
10.000 ?s."""T TlTHITE
10.U U lb., pure Philadelphia White Lead
8,000 lb.. New Ycrk White Lead
6,000 lbs. pure French White Sine
10,000 lbs. Washington Medal White Zinc
8,000 lb.. Franklin Snow White Sine.
All ot the above fox sala low by ..
HOLMES * CALPE?,
October 24 lm* _Kn_jS6_MscUug .treat.
S/IA GALLONS PURE WttWB SPBBM OU.
DUU 500 gallons Winter Bleached Whale Oil
800 gallon. No. 1 Lard OU
600 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
600 gallons White Oak Otl
300 ga'lons pure Neatsfcot Oil
700 gaUons English Lin??*dUil
400 gallons Boiled Linseed O ti.
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLORENCE,
b. C., offer, au excellent intdlum to Merchante and
ethers who wi.h to extend their buatnee. in tbe Pee
Dee eeotion of the State. Bate? of >?Tt***^?! fi*
sonable. Septem ID
?HAND LODGE OF ANCIENT FllEE MA?
SONS Or SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF THE MOST
WORSHIPFUL GRAND LuDGE OF ANCIENT
FREE MASONS OF SOUTH CAROLINA will be holden
kt Masonic Hall, Charleston, on This Day, 19th November,
1867. commencing at High Twelve.
Worshipful Masters and Wardens, or Delegates of sub?
ordinate Lodges, Grand Officers and Past Masters will
_ke due notice and govern themselves accordingly.
R. S. RRUNS, Grand Secretary.
j9SpColumbia papers wiR copy.
November 19 9,i2.1*,18,l?
THE REGULAR MEETING WILL BE' HELD THIS
EVENING, m Council Chamber, at 6 o'clock.
November 19 1 W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
ST. CECILIA SOCIETY
WELL HOLD THEIR ANNIVERSARY MEETING AT
the Hall of the South Carolina Society, on Friday
22d November mst., at 7 o'clock. P. M.
M. L. WILKINS.
November 19 tuth? Sec and Treasurer.
HOPE FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND YOUR REOULAR MONTMLY MEETING
This (Tuesday) Enning, the 19th instant, at 7
Members are particularly requested to be punctual in
attendance as business of the utmost importance will be
brougut forward ?or your consideration.
U*..* Y- P-, L. B. 0. H.
By order. PHIL. BUCKHEIT. Jr,,
November 19 1 Secretary H. F. E. Co.
CALHOUN INSURANCE COMPANY.
AMEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS
Company will be held on Thursday next, the 21st
instant, at IS o'olosk M., at the Office of Siunuel Y. Tup?
per, Planters' and Meehanica' Bank, East Bsy, on btiii
nees of importance. E. W. MACBETH,
November 15 tthl Secretary and Treasurer.
AREQUESTED MEETING OF THE WORSHIPPING
colored persons attached to the First and Second
Congregational Churches, in Meeting and Archdale
streets, and all persons who .ire entitled to bury oy cer?
tificate, or holding in their personal rights of tho
Kphrath Cemetery, In Calhoun street, are Requested to
aBsemblo at No. 16 Rose Lane, Upper Ward, on Thit
Day, November 19th, 1807. at 6 o'clock P. M., for the
purpose of appointing new Trustees, to act with Henry
W. Mathewes in compliance with the original deed of
conveyance. HENRY W. MATHEWES,
November 19 1* The only surviving Trustee.
T IEEE E-A.TK.__.
Lessees and Managers.JOHN TRSTPLXTON A Brno.,
Of the Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
Tuesday Evening, November 19th.
HEIR AT LAW.
To be followed by
A Glance at New York.
And during the week the following Select, Fashionable
and Truly Great Specialties, with the
BEST COMPANY IN THE SOUTH.
HEIR AT LAW ^. v
RuMEO AND JULIET
BEAUTY AND BEAST
BLACK CROOK. Ac.
8eata a so ur ed at Box Office, Hibernian Hall.
MRS. JOHN LAUREN'S'
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG f AD LES
TTfILL RESUME ITS EXERCISES OCTOBER 1ST,
W CORNER WENTWORTH AND SMITH STREETS.
The course of studlea ia thorough and complete. The
French Department will be conducted by a resident
Fiench Teacher, and the young ladies will be required to
sneak French. For terms, etc, apply aa above.
THE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Spartan burg, 8. C., will ope J October 3d. 1867.
Tho President. Rev. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D., will be
aided by competent, experienced teachers in every de?
Board for half year.$70.00
Contingent Fee. 2.00
Music and all the Ornamental Branches vary low.
Thoee wishing ta^atronize tho School will please ad?
dress the President. itu August 9
BOOTS, SHOES, ETO,
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
EDWARD DALT, Agt.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS. SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT No Ul MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October ll Imo
Illili DRESSING SALOON !
No. 114 Market Street,
ONE DOOR EAST OF KING STREET.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION TN HA IK CUTTING,
SHAVING. AND DYEING HAIR. In the latest
style, and ah other branches of the tonsorial art, andi i
willing to receive all of his old customers, and the public
HALB CUTTING.56 cents.
If you wish an easy shave,
Aa good as Barber ever gave.
Just call at my Shaving Saloon;
TH cut and drees the hair with grace,
To suit the contour of the face.
October 10 thatu2mos
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATE?
PRIME NORTHERN WHITE PINE OF ALL KINDS,
Mahogany, M lUldinga. Newel?, Banisters, Veneers,
Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Oak. Doora, Sashes, Plas?
tering Laths, Pickets, Palinga, Nails, Spikes, Shingle?.
The above in large assortment and variety for sale at
wbolesalo and retail tor eash.
J. N. WOOD. Agent
Corner Market and Baj.
October 17 thatu2mo*
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN)
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managtrs.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
1 Prize of..$50,000 SS Prises of.... 91,000
1 Prize of..80,000 83 Prizes of..400
1 Prize of..8,000 155 Prizes of..JSOO
1 Prize of..7,000 SSO Prize? of..1 SQ
8 Prizes of..5,000
315 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
7S8 PHLZES-8230.GOO IN PRIZES TO BE
To be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
NOVEMBER 30th, 1867.
WHOLETICEBTS, SIS ; HALVES, S6 ; QUARTERS, $3;
The shanes ti are far more favor this te draw prices in
this than in any other Lottery In the world. Tursk&ser.
of Lottery Tiokets should alway, examina the rah.anee.
Prises paid in full tr'tliout discount
Official drawinne sent each purchaser.
Correa pondent? may rely on prompt attention to orders
by ?noloatng money with tuR address.
?S**-All o'dora for tickets, sehemes, and InffcraeatJoB to
bcaddrsiisd to H. T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Rey Box 62, Charleston, S. C.
Office No. 90 Hasel street.
Nc Timber 16
THE CELEBRATED "CRAIG MICROS.
COPR" combine-, instruction with amusement, and
lasts lorever. Bast, simplest, cheapest and most power?
ful Microscope m ttie world; magnifies 10,000 times, or
equal to other Microa.opea costing S20; mudo on an en?
tirely new plan, requiring no focal adjustment there
tore it can be ream ly used by every one-evan by
children. A beautiful gift to old or young; adapted to
the family cl role as weU us scientific use; shows the
adult?rations in food, thousands of animals in a single
drop of water, eels in vinegar, globules in milk, blood
and other fluids, tubular structure of hair, claws on a
fly's foot Bl?? ti*0 colenrated "trichina spiralta" or pork
worm, which is causing so many deaths among pork
eaters; and in tact the objects which may be examined
in this wonderful Microscope are without number. AU
are invited to call and ace its great magnifying power.
It took the first premium at the Ohio State Fair. Libe?
ral discount to Agents, Schools and Dealt rs. Price S2.50.
Packed in a ne it box and sent prepaid to any address co
receipt of S2.75. Money can be sent by mail at our risk.
Address GEORGE MEADS, Drawer No. SO, Racine, Wis?
sens?. 13 November U
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
GREAT REDUCTIO N IN PRICES I
THE ESTIRE STOCK OF
j BOOKS, STJTMERT MD FM MU
NO. 9 BROAD STREET, *
AT EXTREME LOW PRICES, OW ACCOUNT OP DECLIVE
Di PBICES Di OUT. LINE NORTH.
AS GOOD AN ASSORTMENT AS EVER OFFERED.
CALL AND SEE AT
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
NO. 10 BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOB SAXE Ol'NEW TOBE, BALTIMORE
ANT) BOSTON .
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-BILLS DRAWN ON
ALL TH*? PRINCIPAL CITIE9 IN EUROPE.
GOLD, ?ELVES, SECURITIES, BANE NOTES tc,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTIONS MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
October ft Imo*
WATCHES, JEWELRY} ETC.
WILLIAM fi. WHILDEN & CO.,
WOSXD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUSLIC
Large and Varied Assortment
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOR SALE ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
? CONSISTS IN FART OFi
?OLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL?
VER AND PLATED WARE of all kinds ind patterns,
FANCY ?OCDB, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
BOXES, CIGAR STANDS, and TOBACCO BOXES,
CUT AND PRESSED GLASSWARE of all ctrla* and
WHITE AND DECORATED
TH, DIU AND CHAMBER SETS,
WITH EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
C ROOKERY AND EARTHENWARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
MARBLE, IRON, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY
Nor? bar 12
GL WIRE! WWM?
"\TOW OPEN AND FOB SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT
J.\ of CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLERS,
CHAMPAGNE, CLARET and WINE GLASSES.
From S3 00 par dozen to SIS.
From 75a. to $3 50.
Hf Hooaakaaptra will plaaae ?all and examina, at
WM. G. WHUDEN & CO.,
No. IK KING, i omer B-nfain stnsto.
TOOTH & NAIL BRUSHES,
T^OS SALE LOW AT
WM. G. WHILDEN k CO.
LADIES' AND GENTS*
AT ALL PRIG-, FROM ll TO ?, LESS THAN
New York gold prices.
A Joli aaaortmant of Sxe FRENCH AND ENGLISH
PORXEMO:: ALBS, gilt bound, at
WM. G. WHILDEN ft CO.,
No. Kt KING, corner Bjau?m straata.
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINE
GOLD MD SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
All warranted to ran and thoroughly re?jm>
ulatfod, at the low price of 110 each I
SJ TI MFA OTIOlf 9CJRJSTBBD.
100 Solid Gold H un ting Watch ea.?MO to $1000
100 Ms gio Casad Gold Wstchss. 300 to 900
100 La-las' WsUhas, Enamel!sd. 100 io 100
300 Gold Hunting ChronomeWr Watches... 3*0 to 80Q
300 Gold Hunting English Laren.300 lo 1*0
SOO Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. lau tu SOO
*00 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to SM
BOO Stiver Hunting Laren. 80 to 150
000 Silver Hunting Duplexas. TS tai MO
600 Ladies' Gold Watches. M to SW
1000 Gold Hunting Lopinas. 6? to TS
1U00 Mlseallaueous Watehee, all louds. SO to 100
3000 Silver Hunting Watches. Silo 40
50 X) Aasortad Silver Watches. 10 to TS
Til? abore stock will bs dla posed ot on the popular one
pzleeplan, giving ?vary patron a uno Gold er eolll tu?
rar Watch lor $10, without regard to niue.
We Wish to immediately diaposa of tba abore magnin- <
?oat Stock. Ctrtiaoate?, naming the ?rdelas, sra placed
ia i tal ed envelopes, and wall mixed. Holden ara anal
tied to tba article named on their ssrtlflaato, ?poa pay?
ment of Tan Dol?an, whether lt bs a Watch worth $1000
or ona worth leam. The return of any of uur oartiflcatas
entities JOH to the arnols mimed thsraon, upon payment,
irraspeotiv? of ita worth; and as no artiste valued lass
than $10 is tivnsd on any osrtlnsats, U will at onos
be saan that thia is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legi amato transaoUcn, whian assy bs participated In
rv en by the most rasttdious I
A single Carttflaate will ba ?ant by mail, poitpsid, upon
reeaipt of li cants, firs for SI, slsrsn (or $3, thirty-three
and elegant premium for Si, sixty-six and mon valuable
premium for $10. ona hundred sad most superb Watch
ror 515. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this
ls a ran opportunity. It ls a legitimately eonductsd
business, duly authorized by tho Government, and open
to tnt most oarafal scrutiny. Try us. Address
WRIGHT. BRO. & CO..
Importera, No. 18) Broadway, N. Y.
Ostobar ?2 Imo
QB MIMI COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.?10,000,000 IN ?SOLD.
mHIS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
JL against loss or damage by Un on BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDIZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, KENTS,
ic, at established rates.
Losses promptly paid, without reference to England.
GIBBES A CO., Agenta,
October 38 saruOmo NO. 10 Adger's South Wharf.
OFFICE LN REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREET.
"WORLD MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,'
OF NEW YORK,
Piedmont Real Estate Insnrance Company,
FOR LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
J. ALFRED CAY,
November 4 imo Charleston, S. C.
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
SAS REMOVED HTS OFFICE FBOM CHALMERS
serest ta No. 77 SWUBCH STB?BT, near St
***'. Alley. Aogasi ?
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS,
TEBY CHOICE BACON.
5HHDS. VERY CHOICE SHOULDERS
25 hhds. very choice Clear Bib eldee
10 hhda. very choice Rib Sides.
For aale by HENRY COBLA * CO.
November 19_ tnthS
MOLASSES. SUGAR AND COFFEE.
?)jr TCS. CHOICE MOLASSES
_JO SO obis, choice Molaaaaa
20 bbla. very fine Syrup
100 bbls. Sugars, various grades
100 bags Rio Coffee, various gradea.
For sale by HENRY COBLA A CO.
November 19 tntkaS
"APPLES, POTATOES AND
1 f\,f\ BA.HBELS APPLES
?UU 1? b?rrela Potatoes
lo barrell Bed and Yellow Onions.
For nie by KINSMAN A HOWELL.
November 19_1_No, 163 East Bay.
i)rA BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, PER
^OU Steamer Prometheus, and for sale low while.
150 bbls. BAKERS' FLOUR, all grades
60 bbls. Family Flour
1500 bushels heavy Feed Oats
Hay. Corn. Peas, Seed Rje
Seed Barley, Black Saed Oats
Bice Flour, Bran, and Empty Hacks.
v_ ,? WEST A JONES,
November 19__Na7SZSet Bay.
SIDES, SHOULDERS, &c~
6) / \ HHD9. SHORT RIBBED SIDES
Li\J 10 hhds. Shoulders *
6000 lbs. N. Y. Bugar^urod Stria?
2000 lbs. N. Y, Sugar-cured flr*rr
20 tierces Leaf Lard
10 tierces Refined LAT?
30 bbls. Mackerel Noa. 1, 2 sud 3
SO half bbla. Mackerel, Noa. L 2 and i
For sale by _. W, STEFFENS A CO.,
November 1?_No. 28 Vendue Banff.
Q7fr TONS OF COAL, DI8CHARGTNO AND FOE
O I O salo at low price, at the foot of Laurens street,
?7 WM. JOHNSON.
November 1? ? "
BACON, SALT AND ROPE
8BOIES PRIME CLEAR BIBBED SIDES AT IT?,
per lb., or leu per the lot
600 aacks Liverpool Salt at ?1.75 per sack, or Isas te-IO
sacks and upwards
60 ?oils Strictly Prime Kentucky Heap Bale lap?.
Gncnleaf brand, at 1 Sc., or lea? for the lot
6O0 baga Eitra, Super and Family Georgia Flour
20 bbla. Molaaaaa
15 bags Prim? Rio Coffee
100 ban Cora Meal and Grists.
For sale by J. N. ROBSON,
November 18 2 Noa. 1 and 2 4 tisane Wharf.
ALE, DUNDEE BAGGING, SALT
PA CASES TENSEN TS DOUBLE STRONG AND
OU PALE ALES
60 ?asks Bernai d's Edingen rg Ale
SO balea extra heavy Dundee Bagging
SOM ?ac? liverpool Salt
100 tona English Coal,
For? ale by ROBERT MUEE A CO.
November 18_ #
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT,
c AAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, LABS?
OU WU tis?, well filled and tn splendid arfar;
now landing per ship Charleston, at Boyce A Go.'? NasaV
For sale by ROBT. MTJBH 4 CO.
November 14_ S
SUPERIOR ENGLISH COAL.
"I A A TONS, JUST RECEIVED FER BRITISH BARK
1UU "David MoNuit," ind for ?alein quanti Usa St?
unt purchasers at TWKXTB DOLLARS per toa, deliv?
ered. Apply to ROBT. MURE A CO.
2~ BARRELS EXTRA "CALEDONIA" FLOUR, EC
rj ?teamer t?llanos, from PhfUrUtphta -
For isle by RISLEY * CREIGHTON,
November 16 S Noa. Itt ead Itt East Bey.
BALE, ROPE. BAGGING AND
FR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. EX
the MacraJaetam H. CLUCrjs,
Na CT Pine ?isis?; Hw Yack.
September Si _ Ateo. .
j^ji4^IL% COLGATE * CO.??
?OTfff?Sj Erasive Soap,.
1 qf; ffgjjjaW ? JFox ***' *y mJ1 O roc ar*.
"THOMAS R. AGNEW,
ntruauu an SIAUB a '
Pine fiioeerlee. Choice Teas, Etc.. K?:r
NOS. J?0 and 26? GRRENWICH-oT,, COE. OF MUSE Af
ROBERT MDRE & <30.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
C COTTON. RICE OR NAVAL STORES, to Liver?
pool LA uion and Glasgow, ?ad to Northern parki.
Ooteb?.T 2? Imo
?Ti. MARSHALL k BROTHER?
KOBJ Estate Agente, Brokers,
No. SS BH?1D-STREBT.
li EAL ?T ATE. STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND IOU?
Lt ON COMMISSION ; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PEO
PER TY 1 EASED.
?aT* A' ?tioo of HORSES, FURNITURE. Ar., every
Wtdtms ay. Oetoher IS
WILLIAM H. lilLLILAM) 4 SOS,
Heal Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAXNE STREET.
WILLIS & CHIS0LM, '
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE. SALE AND
SHIl-MENT ito Foreign end Doma?rio Porta) o?
COTTON. Bl CE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Ch arl? eton, 8. C.
E. WILLIS.*. B. CHI SOU C
CHAELESTON, S. C.
e. A. MILITER.C?Uhler.
J. P. HORBACH.InperlnUB?.nt.
PROPRIETOB OF THE
GREEN VILLE, ?. C.
WM. A. HURD.Of New Oii?*_i.
W. F. CORKERV.......Ot Spottswood Hotel, Riehmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hot?].
STEVENS HOISS, Noa. ?1. SS, MS AND S7
Broadway, N. Y, opposite Pawling Green-On Sie
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HO CSE ls well and
widely known to the travelling pub-? The location la ct.
peci-Uy auitable to merchants and bn?_n?e? aaa; lt ia io
close proximity to th? busin es. part of the dry-ia cn
the highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots
Tho STL Vt NS HOUSE has liberal aocommooadoc far
over SOO guaste-it >.> well turin ah ed, and possesses .Ten
modern improvement tor the vomfort and ?ntortainnient
of its inmates. The rooms axe ?pacioma and well vea ti
lated-provided with gat and water-the ati?ndanse ia
prompt and respectful-?nd the table i. generously piU.
vided with every delicacy of th? eeaeonat uoderataratee.
The roowa having been refurnished ??d remodeled, we
are ena! ;dto ofl.r ?xtr? feetlltt*? tor -theeomfori end.
plea.nr? -f oar geeeta. GEO. E. CHASE A CO..
May 2? ?a?o Proprietors,