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WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1867.
-Cotton ciosed in Now York aotlvo aad firmer,'
sales 4030 balea at IS a 1SJ>.
-Gold c'.osoJ in -Vow York at 139|.
-P.t'jolo C.ty, Pa., onoo coataiaing fourteen
thousand inhab.tan's, polled ninety-two votes at
tho last clccrioa.
-Tho Frcch troops in the ?upil States are
ma ting preparations to go into winter quarters at
Civita Vece bia.
-Tho iutercal revenue receipts last week at the
United States Treasury were S2.0J3.0-13 62, ?md for
tne yoar e-idrng on Friday. S7J S92,547 54.
-Tho seats in tho new Jewish Synagogue at
Cincinnati wera soil recently at extraordinary
pricss-the wiiole sum realized amounting to about
-England is charged with intending to capture
and keop bo d of tho torritory of the Abyssinian
King ty her present expeditions to that country.
Ii it wort'a ltaopmg ?
-A no .v weekly paper is about to be started in
New York callad "Tho Fifth Avenue." Its special?
ity will be tho gossip and the small talk- socirl,
political and artistic-of that famous locality.
-Ino propos.tion to raise $103,003 in Basion for
ti.8fmi.lyof the late Governor Andrew is being
eucoessiully oarricd out. The subscriptions,
wni?i are private ard unsolicited, already exceed
-The St. Louis Democrat of Tuesday says that
its exchanges from Western Missouri and Kansas
have lately brought many accounts of disasters
from prairie tires, consequent on the recant
-Ino three Fenian prisonor3, Allon, Larkin and
Gould, convicted of the murder of uol.ceraan
Brail", at Mauckestar, are to be executed, all hope
of a reprieve of Larkin a..d Gould h "ing been
-Secretary McColloch bas decided that unless
holders ot 7-33's present them at maturity for con?
version tutu 5-23 nonda the option of makin? such
conversion is lost and tue 7-33's will be paid in
-Tue Washington correspondent of the New
York Herald states that General Schofield, whilst
at the Capital a few days URO, expressed the opin?
ion that tue Convention ia Virginia would prove a
-The three Feaians, Halpin, Warren and Cas?
talio, lately convicted at Dublin, when caled up
to receive their sentences, protested against the
jurisdiction of the Court, on tho ground that they
were American citizens.
-ibo Governor of Delaware has designated the
28th instant as thanksgiving day in that State.
This is the day set a ..art by the President for a
national thanksgiving, and nearly all tho Gover?
nors bavo designated the same day.
-A marvelous s oepiug car has ju.t been
launched from tho Chattanooga Railroad ?hops.
It has velvet carpet, blaci" walnut casiugs, gold
and silver-?.ht ul ora inion ts, heaters, gorgeous
)*rn a and m.nora, and a fine Burdett organ.
-Tho largest price ever paid lor any book was
given for a Copy of Bocoacio's '.Decameron" by
the Marquis of Blandford. He paid for it ?2260
at a book sale in .1812. When the Marquis' Ubraiy
was sold in 1SJ3 the sams book was Bold tor
-Napoleon's plan for a general conference on
the Italo-Romaa question is surrounded with dim
colties. Pope Pms tho Ninth objects lo bo ng
made the subject of a conference, and most of the
other powers are div.ded in opinion as tj the ne?
cessity ot such an assemblage.
-An improved cylinder paper machine, Invented
by Elisha Foot, of Washington, D. C., is manu.be
turing printing and wrapping paper at Fitchburg,
Mass., with a clear saving of $ .?7 per day in the
raw material consumed, and reduction of the seL
ing pric?! two or turee cents per pound.
-The Protestant. Episojpol Diocosan Conven?
tion, in session at New York for three dave ai St.
John's Cnapel, a?jjuraed on Friday, une dir. Thc
principal subjects beioro the body wats tho division
of the diocese, and that nioaauro was dually re?
solved upon-such division to be recognized from
and after November 15th, 1338.
-Page s picture of Admiral Farragut, represant
lng him lashed to tho rigging of the flag ship
Hartford, and directing the n o. caeuw of the
Union flatt under the uro of the forts in the har?
bor cf MobLe, baa becu purchased for the Eaipe
ror of Russia at $20 U00. Tho posture ia now on?),
exhibition at the aitiat'o studio na New York.
-The Hartloid, Coa?.oaicut, Grand Jun
bas brought ia true b-Jtm ugainst John Li.
Conaliu, cashier of the Fir;t National Bani ol
Kew Milford, for embezzling, within eigateou
months, fl.ty-five thousand dollars, and als
against William ri. Barnum, nophtw ol P. T. Bar
nura, and teller in the Poj.uoauock .National Bank
of Bridgeport, for embczzhng forty-five thousand
-Oa the 80th of October the 20th French regi
ment of t..e bne entered Rome. Ad the French
troops arrived at Civita Veccuia have dijorabark
od. A proclamation to the Romans waa issued by
General Fail!;. The proclamation says : '* Tb
Emperor Napolcou sends au expeditionary corps
to protect the Holy Father a d tte Pont bea.
throne against tho attacks of bands o? revolution'
iats. Tao Freach will respect the persons, cus?
toms, and la .vs of the Romans.''
-Ia alottex to James H. Harris, of North Caro?
ona, a colored candidate from Raleigh for delegate
to the CoastituUoaal Coavention, Senator Wilson
of Massachusetts, takes ground in favor of the re
peal of the cotton tax so pre m pt ly aa to apply to
this year's crop, and also of the enfranchisement
Of any Confederates disfranchised by the recon?
struction acts who aro now laboring "to restore
peaco and give equal rights to all." He further
says: ' Do not, my dear Sir, fear Coagress. Wc
will aot i el re. t a single inch. Congress will stand
like a rock ia defence of its pobcy of reooastruc
lion. Depend pon this."
-A aew apparatus for detaching runaway horses
from carrages instantaneously, has been intro?
duced in New York. It strikes us that an inven?
tion of this sort is not only very much needed, but
quito within the compass of ordinary powers to
discover. JU ter a horse or a team has got fairly,
to running, it seems wbaurd tba' the driver shoul J
be obliged to take bis cbaucas of death D'- jump?
ing out or by geUing smashed with his oaxricge or
buggy. A tongue, or pair of thihs that could bo
detao ned as readily as the drawing gear of our
street cars, would caable any ono to escape when
farther control of his horses beoamo impossible.
-It is undorstood that the President will devote
a considerable portion of Iiis ?aossago to tho ques?
tions of finance and the collection ol the revenue.
He has lu his possossioi. cvideace to show that
upwards of oae buadrod millions ot the revenue
from whiskey aloao have bjoa lost to the Govern?
ment during tho last yearby tho inefficiency and
corruption of officials ia the collection of the reve?
nue, and a very large amount ta- been lost on to?
bacco from tho same cause. It is the doterrniaa
tioatf tho Presideat to torrect tbe30 abuses, anl
prevent these frauds, and to do .-o the present
.yatem of collection will have to bo changed, as
will also mauy of the officers obarged with thia
-It is now stited. ia referonco to Mr. A. T.
Stewart's rumored philanthropic investmeat in
New Yor?, that ho will soon erect a block of dwell?
ings up town, to co3t $1.000,000, and io be forever
the home of the vorking women of New York. It
Ia not to ba aa alras-uouse, bat a home-more ex?
tensive than tho Workiaawomeu's Horne in Eliza?
beth Btreot-wbere women may find food and
shelter at prices within their reaob, and whatever
revenue it may yield is to be empioved in the erec?
tion of other bke institut!ins. Mr. Stewart bas
also resolvoi to expend $3 000 000 ia tho" erection
of teacment aouacs on aa approved plu and to
devise them to a board ol trasteo, to be composed
of o-o person from every .-eligi?os denomination
in tho etty, and to be so rented as to yield a reve?
nue that shall oe applied to the cons ruotion or
Crtheraoodelteuemo.it houses ia New York pei*
pat nal ly.
-Ibo latest uews frcm Abyssinia devel?nos
Enc lto-doie iii a still more b.oodtbrsiy . t-pect
He b. d mace au expedition to thc stnaii Island o!
llelrata. m ti e Laic lani, and put every inbal:
taut to fiWh bj tue, thoa bo made a trip to Itag.
t flouribbiEg town ia Icgga a, seized fifteen hua
dred peasants, placed them in fivo largo bouses
and burned them aiive. It is ?aid there is now not
a mau, weman or chtld abvc betwoc-n Deb?a Tabor
aad Emirae, on the borders of Dembea, Ia tie
canil his Majestv haa heeu pursuing tho same
?me. Having heard that two tbonsand of h.s
troops ir^ied to desert bo.btid them suirouuded
br the others and their throats cut like cattle, tho
mothers, wives, children and neareet relatives of
the men being pistoled by tho soldiery. Two bn*
?red and ninety-Ate chiefs of districts have had
. ?. rh.mdsa.ul feet cut oil and have bcou len to
? barre. -
Congress and the Cciton Taut.
The general c amor throughout tho North
for the removal of the Cotton Tax justifies the
anticipation that its repeal will be among the
earliest measures adopted at the approaching
session of Congress. If this anticipation should
be fulfilled, i' will not be because the dominant
party has become a whit less grasping or more
tolerant in its polio* towards the South. The
tax will be taken off only in deference to
the potent demand of the great Northwest, which
lias found that her grain and trovision interests
are ro?fcriiii 07 its operation. The South will
not raise at & ls3a>" and whcD her plgnt"
era turn their atte.^? tc the production of
j . ?? A ".."....."'oris, the Northwest
bi eadsturt.'i and provis. U3>
loses the nearest and most ttof*2,*w B?*rket for
lier vast cereal surplus. Therefore ha* ^t
Northwest willed that her best ouatomers the
c >tton planters are no longer to be oppressed
with this grievous burden; and her will must
But come from what motive it may, th? abo?
lition of tais tax will be an important and sore?
ly netded relit!' to the South. Her great sta?
ple, which is no?A in a measure, chained to the
place of its production by the poverty of its
owners and the complex character of the lax
regulations, relieved of its incubus, will at once
hound forward to market. In the country,
I p anter and freedman, and in the oity factor
and jobber will be gladdened at the release of
the now fettered crop, and the stimulus of re
viving trade and an easier money market will
be felt by every class of our people.
The Great "What Ia lt."
General GRANT is acting Secretary of War,
General of the armies of the United States, the
owner of some fast-trotticg horses, a smoker
of good cigars, and u resident ot' Washington.
Thia is certuiu ; but, beyond this, all is uuoer
tain a d vu?ue. Every mun known, and nu
one knows, whether GRANT is Radical-Conser
vative, or Liberal-Radical, or Democratic Con?
servative-Republican, or Nulituial-L'nioii'Radi
cal, or a STEVIES man, or a SUMNER man, or a
WASUBCRXE mau, or a friend of charmiug
I CADY STANTON. There ia nothing but doubt ;
i and, with the facts belore him, every "intelli?
gent reader" must judge for himself.
There are twenty "authoritative" explana?
tions ol' General GRANT'S position. Nine re?
present him to bean out-and-out Radical; nine
are p si ive that ht is an uncompromising,
straight up-and-down Democrat; sud two de?
clare that he is nothing at all, and will not ac?
cept a Presidential nomination from any party.
FORNEY led off with five columns of Republi?
canism,-all oaid to be in GRANT'S head, or out
of his rn juih. Next, the Boston Pest vowed
that GRANT repudiated every word that villain?
ous FORNEY had uttered. This was contra?
dicted by an "authorized" denial in the Phila?
delphia Press. After this, the Philadelphia
Post learnt that GRANT had no liking for Radi?
calism; but this was knocked on tho head by
the Springfield Republican, which was certain
that the General was fully in accord with the
party of Freedom. The Mobile Times came to
the rescue by declaring that GRANT was a
Southern sympathizer ; and this was neutral?
ized by tho Macon Journal, which Bwore that
he was a bitter Radical. A Richmond daily,
the Enquirer, eilis GRANT an enemy of the
negro, while his Chief of Staff, General RAW?
LINS, says he is the heel friend the negro ever
uad. Mr. WASHBURN'S proved, in a long speech,
that GRANT was all that could be desired, and
more than was expected ; when, up pops the
Boston Post and avers that GRANT hates WASH
UL R.SK, and would like to get rid cf him and his
statements. FORNEY'S Chronicle mildly says
that this is "a lie;" the New York Day Book
thinks any man who doubts GRAM'S harmony
wah Congress "is green enough to be eaten up
?or grass;" another paper, the same day, as?
serts that General GRANT has accepted a nom?
ination from the JOHNSON Democracy.
So stand the newspapers; and, in the tame
way, talk the politicians. Thc- Conservatives
allude to GRANT'S acceptance of Mr. STANTON'S
place as a proof that he is a Democrat ; "D.
D." FORNEY quotes it as a prout that he is a
Radical. Due "reliable gentleman" heard
aim refer to SHERIDAN'S removal as " more ot
ihe President's dirty work;" and another,
qually reliuble, learns that he has taken waru- ]
mg by SHERIDAN'S "ludicrous fate," and
sent his valise to Conservative headquarters.
General GRANT, it seems, has some ambition,
ind has learned th.t silence is more safe than
.peech. No declaration of opinions would suit
.verybody, or even every member of any one
jany ; aatf GRANT feels that, while he holds
lis tongue, he has a chance of the support of
:ach party, and can retain the power u? choos
ug that whioh is most likely to be suuceBsful.
general GRANT can afford to remain dumb;
iud he had rather be called, for a time, the
' Military Sphinx, " or the great American
'What Is It?" than be known, ten years
lenee, as the man who had power within
iis grasp, and lost it by " a confidential talk,"
ir a "letter to a friend."
WINTER IS COMINO, and the good people of
he North are grumbling about trade. The
sew England and Eastern manufacturers are
:ontraciiug operations, and are either running
hort time, or are suspending altogether. In
few England, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and
few York wages have been reduced from ten
0 twenty per cent. All this is bad enough, but
he embaras8ment will be only temporary. Our
lusiness and financial troubles are a legacy of
he war, and if Congress will but come to its
ensesitcan, by judicious legislation, check the
ownward tendency of oommercial affairs,
.et it give up Presiden, making, relieve the
ixcs upon industry, place ?he currency upon
solid basis, and contract the national expendi
are, and most of the evils which now seem so
sminent can assuredly bc averted.
THE NEW YORK TIMES says that the judg
lent of the Republican party neither demands
or approves universal suffrage. This meus
re wes forced upon them, they say, by decis?
ions in caucus, and coalitions of Radicals and
?emoerats. The alternative was between no
egroes and all negroes voting, and tho Repub
icans chose the latter. It says that Congress
an review the new Southern State Constitu?
ions and return them for revision and amend?
ient, and can substitute impartial for universal
uffrage. The Times ?eel the folly and wicked
ess of its party, and is trying to wriggle it
ff. But this cannot be dona. Republicanism
? pledged lo the negro, the whole negro, and
othing but the negro; and by the negro it
mst stand or fall.
THE NIW YORK HERALD has discovered that
egroes arc not eligible to Congress. They did
ot becorna citizens, until the issuing of the
mancipation proclamation in September 1862.
I'O one is eligible to the United States Houso
f Representatives until ho has been a citizen
even years, orto the United States Senate un
il he has been a citizen niuo years. The ne
roos have only been citizens five years, and
he Herald infers that rene can go to Congress
THE RADICALS siy that President JOHNSON
rill do something tei rible when Cot.grass meets
riiey Buy that he is C?SAR, CROMWELL, nnd tho
NAPOLEONS, rolled into one; a ul tbnt he will,
uckedby ihe Maryland militia, put down the
^orth, pu: up the South, and Eh"ut glory,
laUelujah. What will be, will be; but this
vont be. I
BONDS. STOtiKS, COUPONS. AND
rHS ABOVE BOUGnT AT HIGHEST MARKET
ratea, by ANDRREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad street
September ?C tmw?Lrao
PHILIP H. KEGL?KT
NU. IO BBOADSTREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOR SALE ON NEW TOBE, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-TULLS DRAWN ON
ALL TH"? I'BINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE
GOLD. SILVER, SECURITIES, BANK NOTES ic,
BOUGBT AND SOLD.
COLLECTION.s MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
October 29 Imo*
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR F\LL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASSIM El: S AND VEST
IN (iS, which they are prepared to makeup, OK WILL
aELL B? THE SARD.
JUMB FURMSyi??G ?O?DS,
BUCH AS :
WHITE LINEN BOScL' f&?&g> SHAKSPEABE COL
Merino and Shaker Fiann?; Undershirts ?nu P*i**fW3
Duke of Edin urg'i Cravat I ia J
* Suspenders Kid GIOVCJ
I Liner. Cambric Handkerchiefs. Cotton Half HOBO
Lnguah ?lik Umbrailis, eic.
ALL OF WHICH IB EY WILL SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXOM, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR
LET, of direct Importation hom Liverpo.il, which wa
off;r at Wbolesale and Retail, at a '.on-ido able reduction
from import cost, or a~ low as the ln'erlor article ot
American FLmnels. 1 hey ure all Wool, without mixt are
of shoddy, and sra admirably adapted for Ladies' Bajno
Noa. 33 ANO 34 BROAD STREET.
MU?. a-AlA?Lt?, NO. 4S2 KINO s RcET, THIRD
door -outu of Cal on . str o', resp .ctmiiy invites
t..o attention ot bor ca tomors. and t..o pubic eenoially,
to her siccu of WINTER i'asbiO b, con ist.nj; ol Bou
neta, Hate, Pether , FIcv'crs and Ye.reU, oil ot the
Ute t stylos, which sue will sell at very low prices, 1'ur
cbasers will do weil tooall and ii irani c. constantly on
uunu an assortaient ol' FUJiNOU CURSE 1S.
November 13 wfmS*
CLOAK liilKG EMBUSTO.
Mas. M. J. ZERNOW.
No. 802 Kin? st cat,
Fourth Door North of
Wentworth street, Branch
of Madame Di.MORESl'S
PA l i NS. STAMPING
and EM BROIDERY, neat?
October 80 wftn?mo
FfflllYS COTTON TIE.
"VTOT BETTER, PERHAPS, BUT QUITE AS GOOD
?y aa any other TIE offered, i ry it.
For sal. by R, M. BUTLER,
> ovembor 18 mwf3 North AtlanUc Wharf.
CONTAINING A FATS FEOPOBTION OF PERUVIAN
Guano and PhospAat i of Limo. Well sdapted to
Grain or Cotton, and prepared br respectable and re?
sponsible part?as tn Baltimore. Pdeae, ts per ton 2000
RAW BONE SUPER-PHOSPHITE
ZELL & SONS,
At all times, for sale st os kat price, and received di?
rect from the Agents of Peruvian Government, and there
tore warranted pure.
T. J. KERR & CO,,
November ll mwfS
TO THE PLANTERS AND FARM
EES OF THE SOUTH.
TITHE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PREPARED BT THE
JL 1st of December, to supply orders for iha WANDO
This Fertilizer is made In this city under the personal
supervision of Dr. st Julien RuveneL chemist; sod we
oiler it to che Planters and Farmers BS ons of tho best
Oie v can uss far increasing tba yield of tba Cotton and
W. C. DUKES & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
October IS wfmlS
SS! STOVES! SOTS!
IEE VERY LOWEST MW PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOB CHURCHES. H01EL3. SCHOOL* AND SALOONS.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN M ASSET.
CULMH, BARKLEY & CO.,
No. 130 -MEETING STREET,
November 3 2ae< Charla.ton, s. C.
AGENTS WAXTED.-S1U TO Hi? A DAV,
. to in'.roduco our new paten! ?STA SHCTTLE SEM?
INO MACHINM. Prien S'JO. IMIS^-. two threads, and
mikes the Ronni e Loik Stitch. All other low-priced ma?
chines male the Chain Stitch. Exclusive territory ?heu
Send ior circulars. W. ii. WILSON ?- Cu., Manufac?
turers, Clcvctan t. Ohio. ?mo Nove.nb^r 18
HIGHLY IMPf.ui'i'ANT. - ALL THOSE
looking for employment and wiihnc to sot as
AuLNT-i may Lear . f a.! excellent article which pays
thirty pur conn hy app.-.tugat
No. 116 Church fttcet.
Between Queen and Chalmers streets.
November '8 8*
. ITA^TED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG
V T Man, as CLERK or PORTER; writes a good hand,
and oin give satisfact.ry references. Address H, at tum
officer_ 12 November 15
AGENTS WASTED FOR A VIRGINIA
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.-TLo B'ehmond
Ha. ki g and Insurance Company, of Richut'.nd, Va ,
IN URLS LIVES on ihn most reasonable terms, with se?
Those unable to insure or. MADE ABLE.
AGLNTo WANTED in overv city and county in the
App ioanta for AgencIcs-wlll ad lress
i. B. s ?'AU KE, General Agent,
November 12_Imo Box No. 203, Richmond, Va.
WANTED. BY A^IiY COMPETENT TO
teach Ei.glish, French and Musi", employment in
the city. Address X. Y. Z., Daily News Office.
November 8 Imo
WANTED, A SITUATJOTTAS TEACHER
or Governess, by a Young Lady, competent to
teach English, F.cuen and Music, 'the best of refer?
ences Riven. Fer funner mfotm.itiou, address J. CA
MAK, issociitc Editor sou thorn Culiivutor, Athens, Os.
WAX TED-SAL?TM?BN IN EV KR Y COUN
U aoutii, tor an artice ic gre^t dtmand; taut)
m. eb., i ac agent his (nat month, ?ddresa inimeol
,;e y BLIaa i MAI; BdXifSU>, Lauisvida, Ky.
Octobor al Imo
AGE.Vi'* WAfiTKU EOiti
I HE GRAY JAJKKTS,
And tor/ they Lived, lougut, ana Died for Dixie, .
IzddonU and Skstci.es ot Lifo In tba Confederacy.
Send lor Oircmars. Adme?J
JONtS BROTHERS & CO..
Broad street, Atlanta, Cia.
October 111 i?>?#
rpo RENT, THE CU ?ULESTON - LLB
I X HcUaE, having beon thoroughly i-eflttad and re
tu. tushed, is now cflered tor BALL . FARTli-S and nX
HIB 1 IuNa, cu nipa., y and aouisty ai ce tings, Aro.
For terms apply io
W. Y. U?ITCH ? R. s. BBU.N'8,
November 13_w/jn8 No. 25 ur^ad street
FOR REXTjP.YUTOF <? DELIGH 1 FILLY
Hi?ATED UAK?ON, In the Fi?^tuta, per
eignet tuc cuy, co. subing of o sute 01 three or lour
spacious ro-ima OJ ihe urs. floor, witu katcnen and sex
vaut*' apar.uients. lenas mouciate. Aidxcss "A."'
Dauy News utncu._ _i,o emusr iB
X.O REN 1, THA I HANDSOME RESIDENCE.
No. 69 BEAUPAiN STREE!, wi li me slower Gar
ueu and Mtge and commouious outbuildings. PoSScS
BiOU uivon au ma ural la.-eember. Appiy to
WM. li. HLKIOT k CO.,
November 19 _;0 iNo. 6i uroad stroet
TO RENT. Pl VR ROOMS IX A DELIGHT
Fi'i-L? biCUatCd U0U1O eu sou h Bay, und ia Oaan
luouj li icq ired. Appiy ut No. ?5 H AX . h. 31 Lt El.
No Ve Ul Del' 13
rpo LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
J. tuc VALCAULE ESiAIE bclongiug to tho late
Colonel Kci.t, s.tuated m uiaugeburg uutriot. ? onsuu
;..g of 36.0 acres, tuo-tlurds eleureu. ibo soil ls rich
red clay, tiue .or .1 ki.ds of crops. , Le instate is water?
ed by a large cree,, on wmcu .sa FlNt MILL ScAT
AND D.vM CO-uPLtiE; ibo lest water-power m the
blata ter ii ula aud Factories: s.tuauon healthy uU th -
year round, ou the paie- ure sixty laborers ifreedminj,
wno would contract eueapiy, ss they ucairs to remain.
Tb? Estate wiU be leased for a term of yea; s in one
bony, or lu farms to auls smiil canllaL i or terms, up
pu u> M?Wi.y n co. November 12
FOR SALE, A Pul HE LOT OF YOUNG
broke M UL -S, suitable ior Drava and Pion.anon,
to arrive on Ttmriday, 21st, at CHulSTOPHEu i CO.'S
STAB Eb, No. CJL uing street.
Nuveaibi-r 2 J wf2*
FOR SALE OR LEASE, REAL ESTATE
lu the mo-t dosirab e local ty m tbs city. lor.ea
booral Apply to J. lc bLuAN, No. 1 Ann street, be?
tween the boura ol ll A. M. and 8 P. M.
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND CUTTUN AND
RIcE PLAN l'A HONS. FARM:- and CIT* PKOPRli
1 x of all kinds for 6ALE and LEA>L by
CLIFFORD 4: MATHEWE9,
Beal Estate Agents, No. 66 Broad street.
November 9 Smos
FOR SALE, OLD .NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
QUANTUM, price 75 cents per hundred. Apply at
UM Ofbc.- ol the DALLI NeWS. Imo 1 ctobcr 23
DKOPPE I? OX THE NIGHT OF THE 131H
November, near the Actor'? eutisnce of tho Circus
pallion, a AiEOlUM-blZED WHiTiii RUMINE FU?
CAPE, the two lower Buttons of White Glass, and the
wbolo lined with White illa, 'ihe nuder wiU obtain a
suitable reward by leaving it ai the DETElCllVES'
OFFICE, ia Broad street No ve rn DOT 14
GOOD BO A HO CAN BE OBTAINED IX A
private family, at No. 45 EAS i BAT, near the
bu tery. '1 crois io per week. wita October 9
BOAH DING.-A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated tr.th 110.IUD In a pnvnte fami?
ly. Apply at No. 2 G KOROR STREET. Terms mol*.
Bi (ARMING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be oblaineu, at reasonable rates, by appi< lng at No.
4..1 RINO aTKEEl', one door above Hudson street, near
the Citadel, lbs Street Cars j a*s tbs door every ten
minutes. 3ino October 7
1H1 COP\B'NERSHD? HERETOfOnE EXISTING
between CHAS. ELIAS and WOLF ELI*?, la heraby
dissolved by mutual consent.
Hereafter the business will be conducted individually.
Claims eganu! tho mm wiubopaidby CHAKI .K.- ELiAti.
Camden, S. C., Korember 9, 1867.
November la fmw8
REMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. li BJ OAD S IKE l-l, u tn inr.'Lor no
tu?. GEO. tu VE Kb WAL ul i. K,
October 30 H. M Acting Co... ul.
OHS, PAINTS. ETS;
OAK LEATHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMAr-D FOB THIS BELTING DU?
RING, i oloucl L. M. HATO^'a Agency, la s util clent gua
ranteu irr Us qusliiies.
For s?is st New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 126 MEETING STTOET,
October 24 Imo Charleston, & 0.
U lilTE LEAD Al ZINC PAINTS.
J^Q QQO LEAD I,REMIUM PUEE WHITE
10,o u lbs. pure Philadelphia Wldte Lead
8,109 lbs. Now Yrrk Wbito Lead
5.0.u lbs. pure French White Zinc
lu,uJC lbs. vVualiington Med .i White 74nc
8,000 lbs. Franklm Snow White Zum.
All ot the above lor salo lew by
HOLMES k CALllEB,
October 24 Imo_No. 120 Mooting strocL
01 1J ! OIL I OIL!
err\f\ GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM Ott
QUI! 600 gallons Winter Bleached Whale OU
800 gallons No. 1 Lard Oil
60O galloua No. 1 Tanners' Oil
60C giUoi.s Whito Oak Oil
300 ga'lous pure Nca?foot Oil
TuO gailous Lug.un Lin sed Oil
400 gallons Bolled Linseed Oil.
For sale low at HOLMES S CALDER,
October 24 Imo No. 12C Meeting street
FW, BLACK & CO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS LS
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
OF EVERY VARIETY. .
INo. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE
All Goods ivurchased ot cur Houto guaranteed as re?
IV W. 7E0BT JAKSE BLAGS. OEO. SSTOns.
October 21 ***
MssstrstKasaisM J\ IS g^g^Ms^Mstlt^^gg^^J^SS^SS^SSS -
rpHE CELERRATElH ?CRAIG MICROi
I COPE" combine nstruction with amnjemeut, and
last! forever, best, simplest, cheapen and most power
;ui Mi.roscopo in t ;o warli; mign des 10,000 umej, or
equal to other sUcroacopes costing i?S m"19 on
uley ne.v Jan requui. g no tocal adjustment, tbere
.ore it cac oe roaaily use 1 ov ?Very One-even oy
cbildron. A beaut lal nut 0 old oryoun,-; adapted 10
tue family carole as wen a scientnia use; bbows ure
aoultcr-tons into ?, thousands ut animals m a Bingie
drop of water. ecl3 mviui^if, "lonme- in muk, b.ooj
ann O.her fluids, tubular s.ru turu 01 hair, claws oa a
fl.'s loot, a so the celo rat:-J "trichina spiral!* or por?
?oin, w. icu is Ciusmg Bomauydeatu? arnon, pork
eaters; und :n-et ibo uojacts ?bacu maybexamtoed
i i Ulfa v-ond itu. Mieroat-uoe arc without numbai. Aal
ore lnv IMO to cad Ui.u he?: its ts-eat uiagu.iymx power.
It took ti.e first p.canura at the Ohm but* i' lr. m oc?
ra 1 elscount to Agenta, schnoU und Dea.tra. Pi'.ce *2.60.
Pat ked in a ae t box unj s;ni prepaid to any a .dress on
receipt ot b'2.76. Aloney eau ba Bent by n ali ut our risk.
Ad..reta ?EOR?E M?AUR. Drawer No. 80, Racine, Wls
congia. 12 November 13
ELLIOTT SOCIETY OF NATURAL HIS?
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE ELLIOTT SOCIETY,
J\_ calle J by the ITO lient at the request of Are sins
hers, wi ! be held on This Day, November 2Cth, a the
Office of Pr. J. F. kC Gedding.*, ( orroapnndin'r Secretary,
No. 106 Bro?J. street, at 1 o'^o.i p. M., to consider the
neoraslty ot changing th-? name "f t JO todnty, 6o as to
lno.ui'.j all tho Phya.cai -?cici-.cii.
trtO. E. TRE-COT, M.D.,
November 20 mw2 Recording secretary.
BOA Jin OF FIREMASTERS.
AREGULA lt MONTHLY MEETING OF THE BOARD
will beheld J ku Ktening, at the Market Had, at
hall-past 7 o'clock. B. M. STE OB EL.
November 20 1 Clerk and Sup't.
HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
rE REGULAR MONTH LT MEETING OF THIS SO?
CIETY will be held ut the Hall, Broad street This
Evening, at 7 o'clock. Punctual attendance ls requested.
By order of tlio rrtsidout. M. Ll-.ViN,
Novomber 20 1 Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS OF THE BLUE RIDGE R AILROAD .J
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of the Blue Ridge Railroad will be held at the
Mayor's t finco, on Thureday, the 21st inst, at IS
o'olook M. W. H. D. GAILLARD,
November 90 2* Secretary and Treasurer.
A M U 3 EM E MT8. _
T H B A_ T SJ IE.
Lessees and Managere.JOHN TEMPLEIOS S Bao.,
Or the Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
Wednesday Evening, November 20.
Tbe Ore?? Attract: pal K eso rt of Beauty
. nd Fashion I
BEIT COMPANY IN THE SOUTH.
Appears every Night in brilliant Dramstlo Sensations |
SEVEN SISTERS I
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
LEAF YEARl FRENCH SPY
BLArK CROOK, kc, kc,
TWENT??NIHE SPLENDID ARI IS Jd, nightly an.
p'.audod ay ero ?dj pf Ladies and Gc nt lomon,
DEUTSCHEN FEUER COMPAGNIE
WIRD STATTFINDEN IM SPBUT2EN HOUSE, IN
Am Mittwoch den 20th November.
J. F. JOHANNS, Chairman.
N. G. LUDFN, I F. G. Ll LIEN THAL,
JOHN ENGEL, JOHN MARJiNHOFF.
Eintritt, 81.00. ll.lS.a')* November 7
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
rpHE ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF THIS SCHOOL
J. will commence at 10 A. M. on Monday, 26th Novcm
ber, and be cuntiuned on Tuesday, Wednesday and Fri?
Parents and guardians of pupils, and the public gone
rally, are respectfully invited to attend.
November ;0 9 W. B. KINSMAN, Principal
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL OF THE CHURCH
OF IHK HOLY COMMUNION.
JOHN GADSDEN, PrimapaL with a Corps of Teachers.
nn A np QT Tn r K--T1 ~
Rsv. A. TOO al ER PORTER, Rector.
G. A. i t:ENHOLM, I EDWARD SEBBING,
JOHN HANCKEL, J. D. ALEXANDER.
Sf. T. BARTLETT, |
EVAN EDWARDS, secretary and Treasurer.
rTTHIS SCHOOL WILT. EE OPENED (D. V.) ON THE
X 9lh of DECEMBER. Session of TEN MONTHS.
Holidays, one week st christmas, Good Friday and East?
er Monday, August and September. The honra will le
from 9 A. M. to S P. M. The Infant Classes, 9 A. M. to
12 M. The Recesses will be in rotarian at 15 minutes
Boys' and Girls' departments distinct. Sewing and
Embroidery, voluntary classes, after the oxer lies of the
Tx HATS-Booka at wholesale cost price, and found lo
those who cannot purchase. Tm non 60 cents a month,
In ad tance. Applications for admission made between
hours of b and lu A. M. at bouse of the Rector, comer
Rutledge an J Spring streets, tall further notice.
November 6 w?ml?
BOOTS, SHOES, ITO.
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF !
For 15 Bays Only!
No. 260 KING STREET,
Opposite Beaufain St.,
' IN THU BEND.
BOOT il SU0? STORE,
IS SELLINO HIS STOCK Ol LADIES', GENTS',
AND MISSEV BOOTS AND SHOES "AT COSI,"
a d respectfully invites tho attention of his tast'mira,
and the ubi ic in general, to his largs and well a lao-cd
ste.de of BOOTS AND SHOES, all which will be sold
at New York and boston prl as.
country purchasers wid do well to call and examine
bef re purcha*Jn? elsewhere.
A large st. ok ot PLANTATION BOOTS AND SHOES.
Don't forget tho placa, "No. M9 KING Si'EEEi, OP?
STUCK NOW COMPLETE.
WHOLESALE DfLLEB IN
AT No. 141 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ocnssr ll lao
HATS ?NB CAPS.
HUFFS, CUFFS AND VIC f ORINES
Black, Grey and Brown Far Capea
Children's Whit? and Fancy Fura.
The above are at low prices and sum?is for sold wei
thar, and maka a very pretty pr?tant.
STEELE'S HAT HALL,
No. 818 KING STREET,
November li w8 Sign of th? "Big Hat"
ION THE HAVANA PLAN)
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
?9 Prises of....$1,000
63 Prlzea of..400
15d Prizes of..?200
330 Prlzea of..*I25
1 Prize of..850,000
1 Prize of..20,000
1 Prize of..8,000
1 Prize of..7,000
3 i'rix os of..6,000
319 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
788 PR1ZES-S230.650 IN PRIZES TO BE
To be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
NOYEMBER 30th, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS. 812 ; HALVES, $6 ; QUARTEBB, 88;
The chances are tormore tavotable to draw prices in
this than in any other Lottery-in thc world. Purchasers
of Lottery Tickets should always examine tho .?chemea,
P izes paid in full without discount.
OUlrial drawings sent each purchaser,
correypondents may rely on prompt attention to orders
by enclosing nioi.ey wi tn tull address.
gar Ml o tiers tor tickets, schemes, and tnfotmaUoa to
be auuros-iu tu H. 1*. PETERS,
United States Licensed Aajtmt,
Key Box 62, Charleston," 8. C
Offlr.e No. 90 Hasel street.
FUN FOR A CL !
FULL INSTRUCTION BY WHICH ANY PERSON
malo or female, can mas Ur tho great art o* Ven?
triloquism bj a lew hour?' practice, making a world oi
lon, una alter becoming experts then-?.elves, can teach
jiber?, thereby making it a source of .noonie. Fall m
?tructions sent by mail for 50 cents. Satisfaction nar.
Addie.: P. 0. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y
Mat ia lyT
E. M. wmTim, 9
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HTS OFFICE FIOM CHALMERS
atrset to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, na? St
Michael'" Altey. August 81 . I
ORV BODOS, ET6.
WE WILL OFFER THIS MORNTVG ONE CASE
GOOD QUALITY PRINTS, at 10 canto, worth 16
One case 7-8 LONGCLOIH, good quality, at tho low
prlc? ol 13}$ ceota-tbey are extra cheap. Wa also offer
full lines in the fcUowtag Goods, and os cheap a? can be
bought in ci.e city;
10 ami 11-4 BLEACHED AND BROWN fcHEETING8
3-4, 7-8,1-4 Lonftclothfl
3-4,7-8, 4-4 Browns, in fine and heavy
Bird-eye Diapers, very ohesp
Russia Diaper, 160 to 600 pieces
8 and 10-4 Bleached Table Dama*k
Black Alpacas and Delaines
French and English Merlnoes
Gray and Whit? Blankets, for plantation use
10 and 13-4 Family Blankets.
ST0LL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 & Q89 King Street,
SECOND DOOR BELOW WENTWORTH.
November 20 wf3
BARGAINS IN HOSIERY!
STD LL, WEBS & CO.,
Nos 987 & 389 King Street,
WILL I FFER THIS MORNING, AT RETA'L, FROM
their Who esalo Rooms, 2C0 dozen Gent's, Ladies'
and Misses' HOSIERY, at 25 to Ro per cent below origi?
nal pr ces, to make room for new Gooda.
LOT DRESS GOODS, MASKED DOWN AT AND
8TOLL, WEBB it CO.
Nos. 387 and 288 KING *TBl?ET,
Seocnd doer below Wentworth street,
November 20 "1
ONE CASE MADDER FRINTP; ^PERTOR QUALITY,
now oflaring st T WtLVfl AND A HALF CENTS per
rod- 'Iso. a fine lot of bett MERRIMACK AND
J. B. READ & CO.
HAREIS? SEAMLESS KID GL0YES
_ / _/_ DOZEN OP THK3E SUPERIOR KID GLOVES,
\_\J\J ol which wa ara the Sole Ag. nts for charlas,
ton. Jost received.
J. R. READ <* CO.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FINE. MEDIUM AND
COMMON HOSIERY, marked d wn 3?J4 par cant
Our assortmont of these goods compilse the bast EnghVLi
Coi te n Hose, Superior Balbrizzan, White snd Black
Bilk. Also, tho best qualin-* of MEN'S HALF HOSE,
which will be sold for the next thirty days at the above
reduction from formar prices.
J. R. RB AD ?ft CO.
CLOAKS! CLOAKS ! I
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE CHEAP BLACK OLOTH,
selling st S4.50 and 13.60 each.
ALL WOOL COLORED AFGHAN SACQUES, now sell
I ina at $8 each, worth $13.
Our Cloak and Shawl Room is now foll and complete,
with all fsa latest novelties in (.idles' Coverings.
FINE UL ACE BILK SACQUES coustantly on band,
and made tn order.
Dress Goods ! Dress Trimmings ! !
BOULEVARD SEAMLESS SKIRTS, COLORED VEL?
VET RIBBONS (tn variaty), Dress Buttons, Blsck
aud colored Satins sod Silks-received par last 8 team or.
Priesa warranted AS LOW AS THE LoWEiT-for
J. R. READ & CO.,
No. 383 KING STREET,
Opposite H asa!, Charleston, ?. 0.
November 18 mw;
No. 248 KING STREET,
Between Easel and Market-sts.
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
their ca? terr era snd the public- generally, to their
vary extensive atocr of
Whian will at ali times be found complete.
In thia will ba found a well assorted stock of PRINTS'
JINQHA4IH, SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, all at the
lowest market ratea.
Espacial attention is called to our vary cheap 10-4
Bheeting*, 8-4, 7-6 and 4-4 Longolotha.
Wa have RED, WHI HE and COLORED FLANNELS, in
gre it variety; Bankets, Shawls, Nubias, Sontag*, Hoods
and Scarfs, very cheap.
A splendid quality of 3L0ADCL0TH. .tr Lidias'
Cloaks, st $3 per yard. t
Fins Cloths. Ct? imeres and Vestings of sd descrip?
tions, suitable fy Mon's and Boya' waar.
LINEN GOODS DEP^RTMEKT,
The attention of Htmieker^f, j, invited tr, our very
cheaD LINEN GOODS, conr^mng ^ Ira? Fr/jntinu Lin?
en, Linen Sheeting Pillow casa Lnaao. T?'0ie Damask,
Tabla Clotha, Toweia, jJattilns, Doylies v.? Huckaback'
at U cents.
Linen Tabla Catha at TO cents to %K
Shirt Bosoua norn -a oenta up.
DBETSS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IN THIS PARTICULAR LT.<?E WILL BI FOUND THE
latest novelties of the saaso/j in tho very best fabrics and
POPLINS, Marinos. E^pteas cloth. Mohairs
Black and Colored tt'jka, bootch Plaids
And an extensiva Wjut?a of low.prioed Dress Goods.
A hvsw? hrt of Buir.?*?!, and Hoop Skirts, vary cheap.
WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES OF SILK AND
CLOTH COVERINGS made of th j beat motar?ais and
MHL?MRY AND NOTION DEP4RT?EM.
FULL LINES OF THP BEST MAflttfl OF KU)
SILK and i H READ GLOVES
Ladies' Hate, Bonnets
And a very heavy stock of bast Silk Ribbons of all
widths and shades; together wl.h and eat enaive assort?
ment of cloak Sets, Bogle Gimps and Fringes, Guipara,
Brussels Thread, Cluny ?td Dlond Lao**, Black and
Colored Silk Velvet Ribbone.
LADIES', GENTS', AND CHILDREN'S BEST ENG?
LISH, French, and German HOSE and HALF HOSE, of
all qualities, in Cotton and Wal, very cheap.
A call ls respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 248 KING STREET.
October 18_ wfinSmo*
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. O. D. FOR $10,
Address lt LEN G. FOWLER,
No. 8 Park Bow, Kew Yoik.
October 21 mwl3mo
LIFE IMI?ME AGE1?,
OFFICE IN REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREET.
"WORLb MUTUAL LIFE IXSURJXCE CO.,"
OF SEW TORE,
Piedmont Real Estate lusarance Company,
FOR LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
J. ALFRED CAY,
November i_Imo_Charleston, S. C.
J. M. BRADSTREET & SOS.
KO, 20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
J. L. FONDA. Superintendent,
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
CITIZENS WISHING TO PATRONIZE 1 DROVER
will find HEAT >t Stalls Nos. 48 and 49 (Tirso
Meat Mark t). BEEF, VE AL and MUTTON from 6% to
UK cent* per ft. constantly on baud.
_November 20 Imo
7Pf BBLS. JUST RECEIVED, ANO IN PINE ORDER;
f t for Bale low af South Atlmfcc Wlnrf, br
November fri x. MIc 3? AETj ? BOfTKTT.
BACON, SIDES, SK fUWiEtt?, &c.
2il ^?KLS^!,0TLY CH?W? C R. SIDES
J 5??5fc SJ?lct.ly Chofc? Ribbed Sides
? &?' btricll7 Cho,co Shoulders
TV,. .^.?^B;.,?C0.nd qu*uty ?des and Shoulden.
?Aa^gS&C^ ?*T guaranty.eli
TBE CARGOES OF THE MAGGIE M-NEDL AND C
V Williams, oonpnslog about SO'i wm of tb? hm*
varieties of COAL, selected expressly for our customs?
and Including: 1 111 "???>
Red Ash, Egg, S'ovc and Cbesnut sizes
White Ash, for foundries and steam
Cumberland, in lumps, hand picked for nate. ***_
of the mire for blacksmith! and stevaf^ Bm
For sale low by a. F. BAKER A CO
November 20. Pg Y>fd Cttpb"^ try.
??fT TOWS PERUVIAN GUANO LANDING FBOaf
\)0 Schooner Lewis A. Edwards. For sale by
November 20_3_T. J. KERR A- CO.?
OKA BALES PRIMENOBI'lRIVER HAT,LAND
?'J\J RC (rca a?homar Lilly, i* r sale by
Noveuber 20_1_ T. J. EEb.? 6 QQ.
HAY A F 1.0 IT.
G)tZ f\ BALES PBIME NORTH IHVER HAY, PER
iandrnc St*UMV ^romcthaus, an! flor sale lew tiffi
UT STORE i
180 ?ibis. BAKERS' FLOOR, aU grades
60 nhl . Family Flour
1600 bushels heavy F ed Oats
Hay, i ora, Peas, Soed Rye
reed Borley, Black Seed '
Bloc Flour, Bran, an' ^ " .
~ ^ Empty Sicks.
November 19 WI?T A JONES.
- _ Ko. 76 East 1er.
COAL ! COAL !..
Q*rS TONS OF COAL, DUCHAR GING AND FOE
O i O salsa: low price, at tts foot of Laure as street,
by WM. J?? NfaON.
ALE, DUNDER BAGGING, SALT
ef\ CASKS TENNEN TS DOUBLE STRONG AND
Q\J P/tLE ALEB
60 casks Bernai d's Edlngburff Ale
60 bales extra heavy Dundee "gg<"f
800j sacks liverpool Salt
100 tons English Coal
Fora ats by HOBEST MURE k CO.
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
^ A fl fi SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT. LARGE
O Vj \J VJ sue, well filled and tn splendid arte;
now landing per ship Charleston, at Boree A Ca's North.
For sale by ROBT. MURE A 00.
November 14 6
SUPERIOR ENGLISH COAL.
1 AA TONS, JUST RECEIVED PER BBITISH BARK
JLUU "David McNutt," and for sale in quantile* to
suit purchasers at TWELVE DOLL ABS per ton j alv?
arco. Applr to ROBT. MURS At CO.
Noven-ber 14 S
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOB SALE IN LOTS TO 8UIT PURCHASERS, RT
the MmuUcroser H. GLCOD8 -
Na ?7 Plat street, New York.
September U_ 4mo
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED mnm EXT H A CT
BT jj? J of a letter ?rom ?
CONNOE3SE?BS |[ |?S?T??
ro B2 rta OHxi jBn:\< Brother at
Good Sauce *S5=i*18cl:
?ff5i!3 "I?0 EE? A PE?
AXSArmoASLa | BINS that their SAUCE
n".'?Si?i"ji8 highly esteemed.In In
10 (?is,sndis,inmy opinion,
_T__t. T-^rJthe most palatabU, t*
EVERY VARIETY i?r%dwell?as the moat whola.
WjrSr tsome SAUCE that la
OF DISH. '.^s-^mada''
The success of this moot delicious and marl valle l ooo
dim ont having caused many uarprlnupled de*<ers ta?
apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the PTBLXO ie
rtspeetfuU'j and tarntstif requested to sea that Ute name
of LIA A- Panants are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL?
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, WorCSltSI
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS.
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED ATAXES.
J Oe <^her_19_ fty.wlvr
gtff?^] Erasiye Soap,
Wy^^^5 ff THT^ STANDARD) OF
WWilvfl I EXCELLENCE.
^SsmrtmnammW Octotsr 21 imo
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
THfRTr*1 ASS sum tn
Fina Groceries, Choice Teas, Kte? VJ 2,
\ V0S*. 560 and 2? GREENWICH-.!., COR. OP UUBBA K
November _ ..
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
TIBER AL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNSCSNCf
J of COTTON, RICE OR NAVAL 8T0RE8, to liter
pool, London and Glasgow, and to Northers ports.
(M<. bar 29_ Imo
Ii. M. MARSHALL .& BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
Bo. 33 BROAD-STREET.
T) EAL ESTATE. STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND SOLD
Xl ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
Pl UT Y LEASED.
gf Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, Ac, ovary
vviLLiAM fl. mm & ?
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFHCE NO. 33 RAINE STREET.
WILLIS & OfllSOLM,"
?ACTORS, COMMISSION MERCBAXTS.*
WILL Ai TEND TO THE PURCHASE. SALZ ABD
SHU'MENT ito Foreign and Dom*-tic Pirts)o?
OTTON; tl J LE, LUMBER AND NA VAL SI0BE8.
ATLANTIC WHARF, C?arlestott. tt. C.
B. WILLIS.A. B. 0U80l.Br
Oe I ol. er 2.1
CHABLESTON, S. C.
C. A. 31 IL LEK.CSMhaa*.
J. P. HORBACH.Super!uiend rat.
October IT ?__
PBOPBLETOB OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
June 8 _
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.....Of New Orl?ans.
W, F. 0 OH EE h y.ot spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Bai^oad uinoeeln Rotunda of Hotel.
SXBVBAS MOUSE, Nos. WU ?3, ?8 A3? >?7
Broidway, N. ?.. oppo,i."e Bowling Oreen-t n the
turopcan Plan.-THE STEVENS JUUL'SE ls weil and
widely known to ice trareUing public ibo location ia es?
pecially smtaolc to tuerchaats and business mes; it la ?n
close proximity to the buaines.? pan of the city-is ca
the highway ol Southern sud Westers trivel-and sd;u
cent to ali the principal Bsilrocd and Steamboat depot'. .
Tho bTEV*NS 30CSE hadbcrai accommoaatior. for
over SOO uu?st?-?? ls well mrnished. and po?sesrea svet?
moo ern improvement tor the "omlbrt and entartaiamitt
iiuiamites. Theo?omaarespacitusand wed vas.i
i ted-provided with gas and wat?:-the attenianc? is
r.omDt anarespeetml-and the able is generously P*** .
T fd ? Kb .rery oetioacy ol the season at mixJ.raie rare?,
"'he rcouiS tav-irc been reluraitbed and remodel*X Wa
' flu:r ,a to ofter ex ra ucdmes ter the couiwrt asd
pit inn -f oar g jasa. t?EO. S. CHAS?, it OO.
lay 3H ''mo Prot.net??.
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