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FBTDAY MORNING, NOYEMBEB 22, 1867.
-Gold in New York closed at 39$@39j.
-Cotton closed lower; Bales 3000, nt 17c. for
-Cotton was quoted in Liverpool at 8} for Up?
-The Prince of Wales has taught Alexandra to
-Louis Napoleon owns real estate In San Fran?
cisco. He may crae to look after it some day.
-Maryland is swept clean. Not a Republican in
office, from Governor and Legislature to consta?
ble, in the Cqmmonwealth.
-A cotton factory is projected at Delhi, La., the
planters to furnish buildiug and land, and foroign
capital to put iu the machinery.
-Tho conservative editors of the newspapers of
Virginia propose to hold a State Convection at
Alexandria on the 11th of December.
-Tho Washington LT.on has laised the name
of General Sherman for President, ?nd John P.
Stockton, of New Jersey, for Vioe-President.
-A committee of Roman Catholic British peers
has been formed for collecting contributions to
the necessities of the defenders of the Papal ter?
-General Sherman is coming to Washington, it
is saiu. to perform the duties of General-in-Chiei
during General Grant's incumbency of the Secre?
-A medical exhibitor at the Paris Exposition
asks $4000 ior one of his preparations-a human
heart which grew on the right side of its original
-M03C8 J. Moset, aged 70 years, bookkeeper in
the New York county R.mk, committod suicide by
cutting hu throat ou Monday, in Hudson City,
-Buenos Ayres has projected a railroad across
the Andes to Valparaiso, and requests Chili to co?
operate in constructing it. The route is said tu be
-Secretary S vard has applied to the British
Government for clemency to O'Brien and McCon
den, the Fenians under sentence of death at Lin
-An effort will probably be made at the next
trial of John H. Sarratt to hive him tried in some
Northern State, on the plea of the difficulty of ob?
taining a jury in Wasnington.
-Lexington, K ntuoky, contains a ladies' club
where smoking, knitting, billiards, crochet, cards,
sewing-machines and liquor ure permitted, but
man is exo.uded.
-Recently, upon the death of a olerk in the
Mayor s office, at Nev Orleans, the application
record for the vacancy presented a list cf over
three thousand names.
-Three hundred and forty-three buil lings have
been erected in St, Paul, Minnesota, during the
past season, at a cost of $000,000. Among the
number are forty-eight business blocks and two
hundred and sixty-four dwellings.
-The "Nation" caleula es that, as the States at
present stand, the Democrats will have 137 elec?
toral votes next year, and the Republicans 171.
In that caso, if Ohio should go Democratio, it
would elect a Democratic Pr?sident.
-Tro tobacco facorics in Lynchdur g have
generally stopped work for the season, and dis?
charged ah their hands. A very large number ol
oolored people are thus thrown out of emp.oy
ment, and are likely to be in straits this Winter.
-In Bowan, N. C., is the grave of a Frenchman
who lived and died there, asserting that he was
the veritable Marshal Ney. His own account was,
that he waa sentenced to death, but through the
int3rferenoe ot friends at court the execution was
-The revolver caonon, lately constructed at
Liege, has been tried. It has ei^ht chambers, two
ot which are discharged at each stoppjgo in the
rotation. It will UT o ono hundred shots a minuto,
and with carriage and ammunition veigh about
six hundred pounds.
-When the Emperor of Austria was in France,
the people made a little practical suggestion lu
their own sovcro.gn by shouting, "Long Uve Fran?
cia Joseph 1" "Lung hve the founder of liberal in?
stitutions I" "Liberty as it is in Austria 1" Napo?
leon has not yat replied.
-Boston housekeepers have recently discovered
that flour mixed wi.n ice water makes the best
bread. It takes a little longer to risc and is,
therefore, impopular with cooks, who cons?, qneut
ly have to rise a little earlier to have their hot
oakes ready for br?, akfast, -,
-The Sj^ingnenA Republican vouches for the
horrible twry that Mrs. Lincoln has now un da
aencus consideration a proposition from a party ol
showmen, to put up her "old clo* " m a gift enter?
prise, while she goes through the country to de?
liver lectures and sell tickets for it.
-Recent accounts from Morocco announced
that the Emperor Sidi-Mohammed, at the nead ul
an army corps, had quitted Rabat to restore ordei
in his States. We now learn that his arrival in
th? city of Morocco has sufficed to re Juc* the in?
habitants of that province to obedienoe.
-What doss thi* mean? The '-Nation"says,
"the Republican party is gradually learning that
'Old war-horses' are all vary well in time of war,
bat that in time of peace, when the work to be
done is ploughing and harrowing and carting, and
not ne.ghing and pawing and plunging and snort?
ing, they aie veiy sorry animals."
-The same week ot the Dickens farewell ban?
quet in London, a dinner was given to Mr. Antho?
ny Trollope on his withdrawal irom offioial hie oy?
?lo friends and colleagues of tho postoffice, anu
another dinner to Dr. Norman Macleod, on the oc?
casion of his departure ior India. On the latter
occasion the Dean ol Canterbury tonk the chair.
-The Gr eu legation at Washington puts forth
a farther account of the condition of affairs in
Candia. From thia we learn that the Islander?
ere lnflexib.e in thcr determination to Decome part
of the kingdom of Greece; that the war is being
resumed with violence, and that it will not be
brought to a close until Turkish rule is annihi?
-Lieutenant Brains, charged with the seizure
Of tho steamer Chesapeake, in Northern waters,
during the war, and also with mordor on the same
occasion, was brought up for trial before ihe
"United States Circuit Court for the Eastern
District of New York on Monday last, bat, on ap?
plication of counsel, tbs caso wns postponed, and
was anally Axed toe trul on Monday next.
-The Washington correspondent of the New
York Herald state J that Chief Justice Chase will
return to Richmond on the 25th and preside at the
opening of the Court. He will deliver the charge
to the Grand Jury and will then leave for Wash?
ington without waiting for the tnal of Mr. Davis.
The sounsei for Mr. Davis will object to his being
tired be;ore Judge Underwood, and it is supposed
that their opposition will result in causing a post?
ponement/ of the trial until the May Term of the
-An English pa por relates an extraordinary case
of superstition as developed at a colliery in Derby?
shire. One of the workmen in the pit told the rest
he had seen a ghost "in thapo like a man." The
news spread and thc colliers collecied with color?
less countenance., anxious to be taken u ) to the
open air. Wneu tuuy arrrived at the surface they
met tho day force preparing to uescend. These,
onbeiogiu.oimedoi ibo apparition, were seized
with a similar horror, and refused t go down.
The whole force ot two hundred men returned to
their homes, abandoning the coal-pit to tho ghost.
-Old Vesuvius is again in action. A dispatch
from Naples says that the volcano is sending up a
pillar of Aro, which has a magnidcent effect as
seen from the city. New craters havo boon formed, | 1
jnd the usual point ot issue-in latitude 40.49
north and longitudo 14.25 east-is also ? nrraged.
Daring the night of Wednesday, tho 13th instant,
red hot stones were ejected m large quantities
from th* buming mountain. Thu surrounding
earth ia in tremuloui motion fur a considerable
distance; tho lava ir pouring forth and running
down tho biden cf tho mountain in volume and
with rapid flow, and tho general upheavmgs from
the volcano givo warning of an unusually grand
eruption, from which very serious consequences
?re looked for.
-General Gram, according to a Washington
correspondent, protests that he never talked
"hor8e".to Ben. Wado in his life. In conversation
on tho subject with a frijnd, a fow dayj since, he
said he didn't icinombor haviug over mot old Ben.
to talk to him, except ou:o, and that was at one of |
the Speaker's receptions last Winter. An allusion
having been made to West Point, old Ben. said it
Waa a nest of d-d traitors. "This," said tho
General, vexed me a little. I told him it wasn't
so; that whilo it was truo that a ?ood many West
Pointers had joined tho rebel-oauso, it wa8 aiB0
truo thai; the proportion was lnucll smaller than
had boen turned out of the eradlo in which ho
(Wada) had been rocked-meaning tho Capitol. I
showed him that every Southern man in Congress,
with ono or two exceptions, joined tho rebellion,
-.?hi?o loss than half tho Southern West Pointers
did so. I did'nt talk a word of horse to him from
beginniLfr to end."
"One man, In one year, If yon lend him
Earth, will feed himself and nine oth?
In our power to work, lies our strength; and,
according to the degree in which that strength
is exercised, will be our future fortune. There
may not be now in the counting house, in the
store, in the attorney's office, in ordinary city
business, occupation for all of those who are
now compelled to gain their daily bread oy
the sweat of their brow; but there is, for every?
man, the broad area of the State of South Car?
olina-there are her fields and forests, which
will give a ten-fold return for the labor laid
out upon them. Every man who has health
*nd industry can, by his own toil, support him?
self and his family ; and he can do this by
working land, when every other resource has
failed. This is no Utopian idea. It has been
done, it is being done, it can be done, by Inose
who have the will, th' pc'iencc, an'i the de?
termination of mind.
It has boen asked-how much land will sup?
port a family, and it is now proposed to give
to that quo tion a p'ain and practical answer.
With hundreds of thousands of acres of land
lyinj idle, and at the presont prices of land,
any man can obtain a lot of fifteen acres ; and
j it will now be shewn what may be derived
trom it by working it in the proper manner.
Manure cannot be bought-it is too costly, but
it can be made. Save all the ashe3, bones, and
refuse, cowsbc?, pig pen or stable-these will
give more manure than is necessary. Lay out
jarden, work your land well, be up early in
i he morning, do not lear rain, heat or cold;
and, at the end of the first year, you will have
realized a snug little sum, besides having sup?
ported yourself and family. There will be two
acres of corn, giving twenty-five bushels; one
acre of lucern and clover, giving two tons of
crib and green food ; one acre in barley and
oats, giving twenty bushels of each; half an
acre in potatoes, giving two hundred bushels;
half an acre in turnips, will feed a cow through
tue winter. The corn, barley, oats and pota?
toes will be worth, at present rates, about
$500; but this is not nearly all. Only about
six acres have been accounted for ; and, out of j
the remaining nine, enough is taken for a gar?
den which, with proper care, will give the
small farmer half his living. Then, two acres
in Scuppernong grape vines will give the ma?
terial for wine to the value of $500, and one
acre in tea should realize nearly as much. No
spaoe has been allotted for pastures, orchards,
and lots ; but for these, and cotton, there are
four acres left. Two sores in conon should
yield four hundred pounds of clean cotton, and
this would be worth about $70. The whole of I
this crop could be raised off fifteen acres of j
ordinary land, by one man, assisted by his son
or a hired laborer.
One man, with a hoe and a spade, can raise
enough oorn and wheat to feed himself and
pay for his clothing. One man and his son, or
one man and a laborer, oan earn enough to
support his iamily, and leavs a handsome
All that our soil wants is working. It has
been scratched and furrowed long enough;
now it must be ploughed deep, and worked as?
siduously. Spade labor is highly productive;
and i.he man who works one or two acres with
the spade, will make far moro in proportion
than the careless cultivator of a thousand
acres. No man need starve in this rich coun?
try of ours. There is wealth in the soil; and
small farms, and high farming, will assuredly
bring it out.
The leading Northern papers, particularly
the New York Tine* and Tribune, are giving
columns of advice to the Southern Convention
ists. They suggest to them that the Constitu?
tions they are engaged in hammering together,
should be sufficiently conservative to warrant
their adoption by a majority of tho registered
voters. This is kindly advice upon the surface,
but, with a little observation, the trick is ?vi.
It is feared by the Radicals that tho new
Constitutions, with their proscription and dis?
franchisement., changing of names of counties
and big mileage to members, will lead to divi?
sions in the South and cause the Constitutions
o be rejected, wherever the whites have the
majority. The object of the Radicals is the re
cog i'.iou of the political equality of the negro.
If the acts of the Conventions are ratified, the
right of the negro to vote is at onoe estab?
lished. A party leagued with Northern Radi
cals will obtain complets1 control of the State
Governments, and, by legislation similar to
that of Tennessee, will maintain and perpetu?
ate their ascendancy. The Radicals oppose,
perhaps, negrr suffrage in the North, but they
?urne: tl y desire it in the South. They rejeot
Congressional interference in their own States,
but they generally uphold the Congressional
-eherne of Reconstruction.
The one great necessity of the Radical party
is so to engineer the State Conventions in the
South as to avoid an outburst of indignation
ia the North, and to prevent perfect passive?
ness, or aotive opposition, on the part of the
Southern whites. This can only be done by
holding the Conventioniats in check, and by
exciting in the whites the liope that if they
will give way now, and ratify the new Consti?
tutions, they will soon recover their lost ascen?
dancy and become, once more, masters in tleir
own homes. Both expectations will probably
be disappointed. The negro delegates and their
white coadjutors will be too fond of exerting
power to obey overy beck and call of tho lead?
ers at Washington;-the white people, with the
rtBu't of active opposition by a while majority
in Virginia before them, will not uliow them
jelves to be compromised by giving any sane
ion to that which they hold to be illegal, and
with which the majority long since determined to
uave nothing whatever to do. Silence and in
ictien are the keys of the situation in the
South. Whatever change for the better may
:ome will have its origin in the interests of the
North, and this change cannot now be hastened
by any public act of thc Southern people.
THAD. STEVENS ii playing the old manouvre,
?.nd his friends are spreading, high and low,
iffecting stories of the approaching end of the
renerable Pennsylvanian. This ?? King of the
Cultures, " as he is sometimes called, has
swooped down upon Washington, and his
Irinkings and eatings, and sayings and doings,
ire faithfully and graphically described. Care
ully are told tho tales of his shortened breath,
iud failing health ; and of his determination
o dedicate the last moments of his patriotic
ifo to the ruin of his beloved country. STEV?
ENS is to sit on the perch of glory with PITT,
md CHATHAM, and MIRABEAU ; he is to receive
ill tho honor due to a man who could make a
market of legislative power, and play shuttle?
cock with the live? ?.nd fortunes of his fellow
"When the Devil was sick, the
Devil a monk would be :
When the Devil w.:? well, the
Dovii a monk was he ;"
But this is not the case with Mr. STEVENS,
who, sick or well, i? the samo malignaut fero?
cious, and per "stem enemy of what is good,
true, and just. What has he done ? He has
lied, and flattered, threatened and slandered,
pandered to the tastes of the multitude ; and
has been exalted, and called wonderful, by
those who despair of reaching to the grandeur
of his crime. Like a murderer on his way to \
the gallow?, STEVENS has made his "Dying
Speech ?nd Confession nf Faith": andas in
thc case ot' many n rascal, ibc " Last Word?"
have been printed before the Inst breath has
been drawn. V.ior Mr. STE v KN s ;-the uni?
versal confiscation bill will receive no atten?
tion. No ultra organ cnn give force to his
words; and he is driven to consider ilie condi?
tion of cattle-raising Texas. One pian and
another will bo tried and tail. Day by day
will the power of STEVENS decline. His rush?
light is already setting, and no charitable
candlemaker is nigh. Still at the last:
"Had he served his country as faithfully as
he served himself, he would not in his old age
have been deserted by his friends, and despis?
ed by his enemies."
MERCHANTS, DEALERS, TRADERS, OR
anybody requiring the services of an Expert Ac?
countant, wilt ploato address E. D. F.. at tho Offlco of
the CHiBT.rsTOK DAILY NSW*.
November 21 _IS
HOUSE WANTED-A RESPONSIBLE:
party wants to rent a house m the business pnrt
01 the city. Address conditions to "ALPHA," DAILY
>KWo Office. _12_November 21
I.\ FORMATION WAK TED.-ANT INFORMA?
TION le't at tho PALLY NEWS OFFICE cou. erning
jir. EDW.-iRD FRANCIS WINN, who came to ?bis city
irom Eluffton about four mouths since, wih bo thauk
iu!'7 ?ceivtd by his brot?er, W. T. WINN.
WAM ED, A COOK AND WASHER. OSE
who can come well recommended wl.l hear of s
cood situatiou by applying at the .Northeast corner of
KO i LEDGE AND BULL STREET-.
WANTED, A COOK, WASH KR ANL
IRONER (? German). Apply at THIS OFFICE to?
day. 2 November 21
WANTED, BV A YOUNG LADY. A felTUA
TTuN AS GOVERNESS competent to teach
English and Music; ealtu-y no object, a borne preferred.
For further inlormation, address 1". A. G., at this office.
G KV 'S WANTED.-SIO TO 94? A DAY,
to introduce our now patent STAR SHUTTLE SE W
IAJ MACHINE. Price S20. It uses two threads, and
makes the genuL.e Lo. k Suich. Ail other low-priced ma?
chines make the chain Stitch. Exclusive territory gu cn
bund tor circulars. W. li. WILSON A CU., .Manufac?
turers, develan 1, Ohio. Imo Novojabor 18
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY A YOLNG
Man. as CLERE or PORTER; writes a good hand,
ana oan give satisfactory rclarences. Address H, at tuts
office. 12 November 16
AU E M'S WANTED FOR A VI lt GI M A
UFE LNs U KAN CE COMPANY.-Thc Ricnmond
Ka.kt. g and Insurance: Company, of Richmond, Va,
EN -URL& LIVES on the most reasonable i erma, with se?
Tnose unable tc ins<ire ar? MADE A BLR.
AGLNXO WANTED in every city and county in the
App.ioonts for Agencies will address
1. li. STARRE, General Agent,
November 12 Imo Box No. 203, Richmond, Vs.
WANTED. Ul A L ?DY COMPETENT TO
teach English, French and Music, employment in
the city. Address X. Y. Z., Daily News OOlce.
November 8 Imo
WAA TED-SALESMEN IN EVERY COUN
'IX South, lor an aruc.c in great demand; S6U0
muuebyone J y eut hie first mouth. Address iiumedi.
?teiy BLISS A MAC EAXHRON, Louiavide, Ky.
C.tobe-r SI Imo
TO RENT, THE CHARLESTON CLUB
HOUSE, having been thoroughly refitted and re?
furnished, is now ottered tor BALLO, PARTIES and EX?
HIBI iIONS, Company and society Meetings, kc.
For terms apply to
W. Y. LEITCH k R. 3. BRUNS.
November IS wfm6 No. 2S Broad street,
TO RENT, IM A RESPECTABLE PRI?
VATE FAMILY, either two ur three very pleasant
and desirable Rooms. Location one of the finest m tho
eiiy. Fonurihor pardcuiars address Lock Box No. 689
Post?nico, or apply at THIS ur Fl CE.
Novemoer 21 2
Fi'R RENT, PART OF A DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED MANSION, in the southwestern por
ti?.n ot the city, consisting of a suite of three or lour
spacious rooms on the arse floor, with kitchen sud ser?
vants' apartments. Terms moderate. Address "A,"
Daily News uttlce. November 19
r|\0 RENT, THAT HANDSOME RES1DEN0E,
X rio. 69 BE AU F A IN" STREET, wi, h ?ne Flower Gar?
den and largo and commodious outbuildings. Posses?
sion given on the first December. Apply to
WM. B. HERIOT k CO.,
November 19 10 No. 54 broad street
TO RENT, FOUR ROOMS IN A DELIGHT?
FULLY situated House on south Bay, and kuchen
room if i eq ii ired. Apply at No. 36 HAY.* E STREET.
TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
the VALUABLE ESTATE belonging to the Ute
Colonel Kent, situated m Urongeburg District, lonsist
iug of 86U) acres, tno-Uurds cleared. Tho soil is rich
rod clay, fine lor ai kinds of crops, J he Estate ls water?
ed by a large creek, on which isa FIN h MT LL BEAT
AND DAM COAiFLElE; the teat water-power In tho
State tor Mills sud Factories ; situation healthy uti the
year round. Un the place are sixty laborers (treodmtn),
who would contract cheaply, as they o taire to remain.
Ilie Estate will be leased lur a term ol years in one
body, or in farms to suit small capital. Forterms, ap?
ply to MOWltY A; CO. November 12
FOR SALE, A PRIME LOT OF YOUNG
broke MUL&S, suitable for Drays and Plantation,
to arrive on Thursday, 21st, at CHRISTOPHER. Ai CO.'S
STAB..LS, No. 6ut iking street.
November 20 _wf2*
PLANO FOR SALE.-A FINE IMS ! RI?
MENT, extra Rosewood Frame, imported last
winter, will bo sold low. Apply to
n ULMES k M '.C BE TH,
November 21 3_No. :i6 Broad street,
FOR SALE_A LOT OF LAND, SITUATED
lp Ann street, between Meeting ana Elisabeth
Streets, measuring in Ann i treet 100 ieet, by 200 lest
deep the same wm be divided lt desired. For t.nas, ap?
ply No. 1 Ann sUeet, which will be made uocotnmo
da.lng._Imo_ November ll
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COI TUN AND
RICE PLAN TAXIONS, FARMS and ClTi7 PROPER
?I x of ail kinds for SALE and LEASE by
CLIFFORD k MATHEWE9,
Real Estate Agents, No. 66 Broad street.
November 9 Smoa
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS, IN ANY
QriANXIlY, price 76 cantu per hundred. Apply at
me Ofiiw ot the DAUA N cWS. Imo v. otober 28
LOST, A BLACK TAN TERRIER, EARS
not trimmed. Any one returning him to Gov.
Aiken's house will receive a siutubla reward.
November 21 8*
DHOPPED ON THE NIGHT OF THE 131 il
November, near the Actor's entrance of the Circus
pallion, s MEDIUM-SIZED WHiTE ERMINE FUR
CAPE, the two lower Buttons of White G lasa, and the
whole hued with White siU. The finder wtil obtain
auitablo reward by leaving lt ai the DETECTIVES'
OFFICE, in Broad street. Novemoer 14
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
private family, st No. 46 EAST BAY, near tho
lia. wry. Terms *o per week. wfxn October 9
BU ARDIA G.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at No.
4*4 RING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
the Citadel. The Street Cars pass the door every ten
minutes. S mo Ooiob?r 7
BRITISH CO.% BULATE
KEMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. 48 BiiOAD STREET, m.ni farther no?
tice, GEO. RIVERS WALKER,
October 80 H. M. Acting Consul.
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It took the first premium at the Ohio State Fair. Libe?
ral discount to Agents, Schools and Beahrs. Price $2 60
Packed m a no.t box and sent prepaid to any eudreBs on
receipt of $2.76. Money can be sent by mail ut our risk
Address GEORGE MEADE, Drawer No. 80, Racine, Wis?
consin._ 12_ November 13
TO EEOOLATE TUE DREDGING OF DOCKS
murtal, The best interests ot the city, as woll as thc
convenience ol tho shipping visiUng the port, demand
that the channel ol Cooper River be kept open with suill
dent depth of water for all commercial purpo-o? and
free from abstraction : '
Be it ordained. That in fuiureall mud removed irom
anv ol the city dockt by dredge machines, or otherwise
shell bo removed one huudr^d and fiity iathoins (rom
the end of tho dock.
The Harbor Master shall be furnished with a copv ol
this Ordinance, wini h he is requtrod strictly to enforce
and to report lor prosecution oil violaiious of the samc:
which shall subject thu party so offending to a fine uot
exceeding one hundred dol?ais tor each and every
Ratified in City Council this eight day of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[LS.} p- c- GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. iL SMITH, Clerk of Council October lb
WASHINGTON PIKE ENGINE COMPANY.
i TTF.ND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
J\ your Company Tint Eveninn, ai tho Hall, at 7
o'clock. By order E. F. MlSCALLY,
November 22 l Secretary W. F. E. Co.
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY CHARI?
ATTEND THF REG VI \ R QUARTERLY MEETING
This Evening, prepared (o pay Arrear?, in Masonic
Hall, at 7 o'clock.
BM~Tae Committee O. P. will report.
J. L. HONOUR,
November 22 I S oe rotary and Treasurer.
ST. CECILIA SOCIETY
1T7TLL HOLD THE IB ANNIVERSARY MEETING AT
W the Hall of the South Carolica Society, This
Evening, 22d November inst., at 7 o'clock.
M. L. WILKINS,
Novomber 22 tuthf3 Sec. snd Treasurer.
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
rE ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF THIS 8CHOOL
will commence at IO A M. on Monday, 25th Novem?
ber, and be contiuued on Tuesday, TFedrwaay and Fri?
l'arents and guardians of pupils, and the public gene?
rally are rospu?tiully invited to attend.
November 20 S W. R. KINGMAN, Principal.
PAROCHIAL) SCHOOL OF THE CHURCH
OF I HF. HOLY COMMUNION.
JOHN GADSDEN, Prin.apal, with a Corps of Teachers.
BOARD OP T7U STEE8.
RHV. A. TOO MER PORTER, Rector.
G. A. 1KENHOLM, I ED WA BD SEBBING,
JOHN HANOEEL, J. D. A LEX ANDES. A
M. T. BARTLETT, |
EVAN EDWARDS, Secretary and Treasurer.
mHIS SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED (D. V.) ON THE
J. 9th of DLCLMBEE, Session of TEN MONI HS.
Holidays, one week at c hristmas. Good Friday ?nd East?
er Monday, August and September. The hours will l e
from 9 A. M, to 2 P. M. The Infant Chases, 9 A. M. to
12 M. The Bicesses will be In rotation ot 16 minutes
Boys' and Girls' departments distinct. Sewing and
Embroidery, voluntary clos sos, after the exer rises of tho
TERMS-Books st wholesale cost pria?, and found to
ibose who cannot purchase. Tuition SO cents s month,
in advance. Applications for admission mode between
hours of a and 10 A. M. at house of the Rector, corner
Rutledge and Spring streets, till further notice.
November 6 wfmlS
THE FALL TFRM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Spartanburg, S. C., will ope i October 3d. 1867.
The President, Rev. A W. CUMMINGS, D. D., will be
aided by competent, experienced teachers in every de?
Boord for half year.$70.00
Contingent Kee. 2.00
Muslo and all the Ornamental Branch es very low.
Those wishing to patronize, the School will please ad?
dress Ute President. Itu August 9
BOOTS, SHOES, ET0.
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF !
For 15 Days Onlj !
No. 260 KING STREET,
Opposite Beaufain St.,
IN THE BEND.
BOOT Al SD0? STORE,
IS SELLING HIS STOCK OF LADIES', GENTS',
AND MISSEV BOOTS AND 8BOL8 "AT COST,"
Hud respectfully Invites the attention of his easterners,
and the ubi ic in general, to his large and well selected
stock of BOOTS AND 8HOES, all which will be sold
at New York and Boston prices.
Country purchasers will do well to call and examine
before purchasing elsewhere.
A large stock ot PLANTATION BOOTS AND SHOES.
Don't forget the place, "No. 260 KING S IR EFT, OP?
November 15 fmw9
ST00K NOW COMPLETE.
WHOLESALE DEAL1CB IN
BOOTS. SHOES Al TRUNKS,
AT No. 141 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
OctDber 31 lino
(ON THE HAVANA PLAN)
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $50,000 !
39 Prizes of....$1,000
63 ?riles of..400
133 Prises of..1300
330 Prises of..185
1 Prize of..20,000
1 Prise of..8,000
1 Prise of.7,000
2 Prises of..5,000
315 Approximation Prizes, amounting to
788 PRIZES-$230.650 IN PRIZES TO BB
To be drawn at Covington, Kentucky,
NOVEMBER 30tfa, 1867.
WHOLE TICKETS, $12 ; HALVES, $6 ; QUARTERS, $3;
Tho chances are far more favorable to draw prizes in
this than in any other Lottery in the world. Purchasers
of Lottery tickets should always examine the tehetose,
P lies paid in full without discount.
Official drawings sent each purchaser.
Correspondents may rely on prompt attention to order?
by enclosing money with tull address.
&?~\A o dsn for tickets, schemes, and information ta
be addressed to H.T. PETERS,
United States Licensed Agent,
Key Box 52, Charleston. 8. C.
Otico Na 90 Hs sel street
OILS, PAINTS, ETC.
OAK LEJTHER BELTING.
A FULL STOCK OF
HOYT'S BROS. SUPERIOR
Oak Leather Belting.
THE GREAT DEMA> D FOE THIS BELTING DU?
RING, Colonel L. M. HATCli'd Agency, is sufficient gua?
rantee for its qualities.
For sale at New York prices, by
HOLMES & CALDER, Agents,
No. 126 MEETING STREET,
October 24_Imo_Charleston, 8. C.
WHITE LEAD IND ZINC PUNTS.
10.000 ?PM"T PNKE WHITE
10.U.U lbs. pure Philadelphia Whits Lead
8,000 lbs. New Ycrk White Lead
6,000 lbs. pure French White Zln:
10,000 lbs. Washington Medal White Zinc
8,000 lbs. Franklin Snow White Zinc.
All ol thc above for sale low by
" HOLMEfl k. CALDER,
October 21 imo No. 12 5 Meeting street.
OIL! OIL! OIL !
^nfl ?ALL?SS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
rJ\J\J 600 gallons Winter Bleached Whale 0)1
800 gallons No. 1 Lard Oil
600 gallons No. 1 Tanners' Oil
600 gallons White Oak O?
300 gallons pure NeaUfoot Oil
700 gallons English Unsee 1 Oil
100 gallons Boiled Linseed Otl.
For sale low at HOLMES A: CALDER,
October 24 Imo No. 116 Meeting street
"Prevenlion is Retter thaR Cuve."
DR. KTCORD S
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PF ROY FD AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
J\_ i tic i i euch Medical Faculty, BS tho only sate and
Infallible mini?la m/oin^t infection from special Diseases.
This invaluable i if | uration is suited for ciUier sex, and
luis proved, troiQ uinpio experience, the most efficient
and re dable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum long sought for in the Medical World. It
used according to directions every possibility of dsnger
may be avoided; u single upplicu?ou will radically neu?
tralize tho venereal virue, expel all impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
Uc wise ;u tune, and at a very small outlay, save hours ol
untold bedily und mcaul turmeota.
This most reliable specillr, so universally adopted tn
tho Old World, is now otlurca for sale for the first time ?.
\inonca by F. A. DUPORT & CO., only authorized
Agents for the United suites.
Price W per bottle. Lureo bottle, double size, $5
I he usual cucount to the trade. Sent, securely
?lacked, on receipt or price, to any address, with dlrec
lions and pamphlet, by addressing* to
F. A. DCPOBT & CO.,
Sole Agents tor Or. Ricord's P. L.,
May 22 lyr No. 12 Gold Street, New York.
AMU3 EME N TJ.
Lose KC s and Managers.JOHN TEMPLETON t BRO.,
Of tho Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
This Evening, Noyeinber 22.
The Great Attraction! Retort of Beauty
BEST COMPANY IN THE SOUTH.
Appears every Night in Brilliant Dramatio Sensations t
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
LEAP YEAS! FRENCH SPY
BLACK CROOK, Ac, ic.
TWENTY-NINE 8PLENDED ARTISTS, nightly ap?
plauded by crowds of Ladies and Gentlemen.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF CLOTHS, OASSIMEBxS AND VEST?
INGS, which they are prepared to make op, OB WILL
SELL BY THE YARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
SUCH AB :
WHITE LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS, 8HAKSPEABE COL
Merino end Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Duke of Edinburgh Cravat Ties
Suspenders, Kid Gloves
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Tatton Half Hose
English Silk Umbrellas, etc.
ALL OF WHICH THEY WTT L SELL AT THE LOWEST
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAR?
LET, of direct Importation hom Liverpool, which we
offer st Wholesale and Retail, st a considerable reduction
from import cost, or ss low as the Inferior article of
American Fl annuls, They are all Wool, without mixture
of shoddy, and are admirably adapted for Ladles' Balmo?
Nos. 3S ANO 34 BROAD STREET.
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PBESSED AND PIECE PANS >, Pl., FEB DOZEN.
64c; 1 pt. 66o ; 3 pt. 91; 1 qrt 75c.; Sqrt $1.22; 3
qrt. $L38:4 qrt, 11.96; i qrt $2.60; 10 qrt $3.60.
[ PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. $6.76; 9 in. $7.25,
FUNNELS-Vials 60c; Pinta 80c.; Quarts $1.25; 3
Quarts $2.00; 4 Quarts $3.00, per dosen.
WASH BAbLNrf (Pressed, Plata and Jspnned}-smaU
$2.00; large $&J0, pet dosen.
PRESSED CULLENDERS-small $3.00; aarge $4.00,
par dozen. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.
November? ' wfm
WES! STOVES! STOVES!
TEE VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOB CHURCHES, HOTELS, SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
C EB ? PEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
No. ISO MEETING STREBT,
November 2 ' amos Ch arist?n, 8.0.
FROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS Or
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
Ul Goods purchased of our House guaranteed as re?
R. W. nOST. JAUH BLA0?. ?BO. AVTOI8.
October 24 3mce
HUBERT MURE & CO.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
LIBEBAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
Of COTTON, BICE OB NAVAL STOBES, to Liver?
pool, London and Glasgow, and to Northen ports.
October 2s_" Imo
II. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
TJ EAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &o., BOUGHT AND SOLD
Xi ?N COMMISSION; LOANS' NEGOTIATED; PBO
SS* Auction of HOBBES, FURNITURE, Ac, o very
Wednesday. _ October 18
WILLIAM IL GILLILAM) <? SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO,. S3 HAINE STREET.
"WILLIS & CHISOLil,
WELL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHI PUENT (to Foreign ord Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RI LE, LUMBER AND NA v al. STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. M. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. OUISOLM
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE !
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC RUTERS,
PANKNIN'S HKPATIC BITTERS,
PANKNIN'S HKPATIC BITTERS,
THE BEST TONIC KOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIO NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIO NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
PUN FOR ALL!
FULL INSTRUCTI0N6 BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or t?male, con master the great art ol Ven?
triloquism by a lew hours' practice, making a world ot
fun, and after becoming experts themselves, can teach
others, thereby making it a source or Hcome. Full in
Btructions sent by mall for 50 cents. Sidsfactlon gnar.
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
May 13 ljr
NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE.
CHEC?S CCXf- J ?NTL Y FOB SALE IK SUMS TO
.alt oft ?W* YORK and BALTIMORE.
Apply to L. GAMBE1LL.
November 23 Imo No. 7 Bread street.
PHILIP H. KE?JLEE.
NO. IO BROAD STREBT.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOR SALE ON NEW TOBE, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.-BTLLS DRAWN ON
ALL TH"? PRINCIPAL CTTTE8 IN EUROPE.
GOLD, SILVER, SECURITIES, BAKE NOTES tc,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
COLLECTIONS MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
October 29 Imo*
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
UP-TOWN BOOK 2 NEWS DEPOT.
No. ?57 KINO STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
TIT ILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL THE
VV LATEST PC ULI CATIONS, such ss BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS. 4c,; parties living uo
town will find it convenient to Rive me a eau, and can
rely on getting their papan? regalar. City papara told
and subscriptions taken for ail Papers and Magazine*.
Foreign Papen and Reviews ordered for ?gular sub?
Particular attention paid to orders from the country.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOHS always kept on
hand. Sino Njvember 21
FANCY MILLINER T,
CLOAK MAKING KTABUSBMEM.
Mas. M. J. ZEBKOW,
No. 803 King street.
Fourth Door North of,
Wentworth street, Branch
of Madame D KMO REST'S
PA t h NS. STAMPING
and EMBROIDERY, neat?
October 30 wfm2mo
SHACKELFORD & KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHi 3>PING
NO. 1 BOYCE'S WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
W. W. SHACXaLTOED. WM. AJXZX ESLLT.
July ia _ f
LIFE .Wim AGM?,
OFFICE EN REAR OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREBT.
"WORLD MUTUAL UFE INSURANCE CO,,"
OF NEW YORK,
PiSuiflntEfial Estate Insurance Com?iany,
FOR LITE INSURANCE ONLY.
X ALFRED CAT,
November 4 Imo Charle*ton, S. C.
mmm mm m.
NOT BETTER, PERHAPS, BUT TJU1TE AS GOOD
aa say other TIE offered. Try it?
For sala by B. M. BUTLER,
November 18 mw? :.1orth Atlantic? Woatt.
CONT A INI SO A FAIR PROPORTION OF PERUVIAN
Guano and Phosphate of Lime. Wen adaptad to
Grain or Cotton, and .prepared by respectable and re
I apcnstble parties in Baltimore. Pri?es, Sc6 per ton 3000
Z E L L ' S
RAW BONE SUPER-PHOSPHITE
ZELL & SONS,
At all times, for sale at market price, and received di?
rect from, the Agente of Peruvian Government, and there?
fore warranted pure.
T. J. KERR ft GO,,
November ll zawfB
0 THE PLANTERS AND FARM?
ERS OP THE SOUTH.
ri THE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE PREPARED BY THE
A lt Of December, to supply orders for the WANDO
This Fertilizer ia made in thia city under the personal
lipervudon of Dr. ht Jonen Bavenet, Chemist; and we
ol far lt to the Planters and Farmers sa one of the beet
tiiey can use for increasing the yield of the Cotton and
Prorlaion Crape, i
W. C. BUKES ? CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
October 16 wfmlS
CHARLESTON, S. C.
:., A. MILLER.Cashier.
r, P. HORBACH.Superintendent
October 17 _
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Ot New Orleans.
F. COBKEBY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Bichmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offiees in Rotunda of Hotel.
STEVENS HOUSE, Nos. BL ?3, AS AND 547
Broadway, N. Y.. opposite Bowling Oreen-Cn fbi
European Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE is well euc
widely known to the travelling public. The location is t *?
pee ?olly suitable to merchants and business men; it ls .1
dose proximity to the business part of the city-is on
the higliway ol' Southern and Western travel-and adu
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depot .
The STEVhNS HOUSE has liberal acoomnioaadoc tot
over 300 guest*-it ls w?U lUrnislied, sud possesses everv.
modern Improvement tor the com fort sud ontertainiucu.
of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well ven.i
lated-provided with gas and water-the aitendance .s
prompt and reapaotXul-and the table is generously pto
vided with every dalioacy of the season at mod?rate rates.
The rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, we
axe ensl' ?a to offer extra ftwiliuee for the comtort sad
Blossom ?ar guests. GEO. E. CHASE A CO.,
Msy 3? too Proprietors, j
? vt?lwBA M? ROPE.
ffovem ber 22 _2_
HAY ! HAT !
I r?| rv BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAT, EAND
tyjyj INO from schooner Ocean Traveller, on Ac
For salo by JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.,
No. H Market opposite State street
NoTember 21 . ..- -. a
CITIZENS WISHING TO PATRONIZE A DROVER ,
j wiR And MEAT at sulla No?. tf and 49 (larg?
eat Market). BEEF. VEAL and KTJTKW from 6* to
IX cents per HJ. constantly on baud.
November 20 Imo
IAC0N, SIDES, SHOULDERS, &c.
>r HHDS STRICTLY CHOICE C. R. SIDES
?O 26 hhds. Strictly Choice Ribbed Sides
25 hhd?. htrictry Choice Shoulder* . -
Ol) hhds. second quality Sides and Shoulders.
The above ls ot first quality, and we guarantee to sell
i low us any bouse in the dry.
JEFFORDS fe 00.,
November li) 3 Ho. 80 Vendne Rants.
PERUYIAN GUANO. ~
. r TONS PERUVIAN GITANO LANDING FROM
)0 Schooner Lewis A. Edwards. For sato by
November 20 3_T. J. KERB k 00.
COAL"! COAL f
\rjr TONS OF COAL, DT8CHABGING AND FOR
WO sale at low price, at the foot of Laureas street,
y WM. JOHNSON.
November 19_ . ' <
LLE, DUNDEE BAGGING,, SALT
' l\ CASKS TENNENTS DOUBLE STRONG ANT?
)U PALE ALES
! fio casks Bernai d's Edlngburg Ale
: 60 balee extra heavy Dundee Baggfng
8000 sacks Liverpool Salt
100 tons English Coal.
Fors ale by ROBERT MORE k CO.
November 18_ 6
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED . EXTRACT
BY Vj ot a totter from a
_ B i MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
CONNOISSEURS li * Madrota luS
Tonxnoo?rLT ^ft^fe ? Brother at
Good Sauce ?;I351;
.-HS "TSU L?A A PEH
4JTD APPLICABLE Zg?g?- RTN8 that their SAUCE
?Mg is hiehJy esteemed In In
TO ofa, ard is, In mjopinion,
'.^?iS??-* the most raw^hy;, rut
?VERY VARD2TY fm?TU well as tho mort who'.e
Mrjfig tome SAUCE that ls
OP DISH. ^f*WP'n?ad....
The success of this moot daMaoua and tmrrraUel cnn .
1 fri ant having caused many: nnprini-.pl sd iotsjs to
pply tbs nama to Stmriim gssyowrti, tin PJSLIC ia
tactfully and eomtiUy requested to ass that ttl? nemo
f LEA A Pzaants ace upon tho WRAPPER, LABEL?
TOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA di PERRINS, Worcester
J0J5N DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITS) STATES.
October 19_ ftnwlyr
[BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
POE SALE IN LOTS TO 8DTT PURCHASERS, BY
the Manutsctnrer H. CLSOUS,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
September 2*_imo .
|W||S COLGATE & CO.'S
Qffff|a| Erasire Soap*
JJ?AI??HI THE STANDARD OF
v?M?X^?mWg For Salc bY aU Grocers,
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
IMPOSTES ASI? ASAUBS Xtt
Fine Groceriee, Cholee Teas, Ste? Etcf
OS. 2C0 and 262 GBEENWICH-STM COR. OF MUR H Af, .
; ... ..:-MEWYOBJL
F WATCHES, IEWEIRY, tic.
IILLI1M IWLM ft W,
WdTJLD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
?'ii . i ;." . ? 5 attc ? Jaeq
?Large and Yaried AssortmeHt
I .?:>: /. ou ;
G O ODS
; NOW OPENED,
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOB SAL Si ON
S?ST REASONABLE TERMS.
CONSISTS IN PART OF.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL?
'ER AND FLATED WARE of aU kind? and patterns}
'ANDY GOCDS, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
WXE3, CIGAR STANDS, and TOBACCO BOXES.
:UT AND PRESSED GLASSWARE of all Myles1 and '
WHITE AND DECORATED
TEA, DIMER MD CHAMBER SETS,,
WITH EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
'ROCKERY AND EARTHENWARE.
ALSO,: . Ii - t
AN EXTENSIVE ASSOOTMESt-OT
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
3 LOO SS,
'St . . .. " '? ' . - '
KABBLE, IBON, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY
Noyemberia * T_
?LiSSWIRE ! GLASSWARE ! !
VTOW OPEN AND FOB SALE, A EINE ASSO&TMXNT
.N J Of COT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLERS,
H AMP AG NE, CLARET and WINE GLASSES.
From tl SO per dosen to 112.
From 7:5c. to $3 60.
SST Housekeepers wOl please CAII and exaaiae, at
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 265 KING, corner Beauhin streets.
P00IH & NATL BRUSHES,
r^OB SALE LOW AT
WM, G. WHILDEN & CO.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
A T ALL PRICES, FROM $1 TO $6, LESS THAN
New York gold prices.
A foll assortment of ?ne FRENCH AND ENGLISH
ORTEMONAIES, gilt bound, st
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 266 KXNG, corner Beaufsln streets.
-,-_- :- sv
A SUPERB STOCK OB" FINE
GOLD ii SOLID SILVER WATCM
ll warranted to ran and thoroughly ragju
ulated, at the tow price of f IO vaeh J
.00 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.S'jyj to $1000
.00 Magic Cased Gold Watches.*J0 to 600
.00 La ues' Watches, Enamelled.'?00 to 300
100 Gold. Hunting Chronometer Watches.. , 250 to 300
?00 Gold Bunting English Levers.j. 200 to 260
WO Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. " MO to 200
?00 Gold Hunting American Watofce*.. .. jooto ?0
UM Silver Hunting Levers..,..". goto 150
SOO Silver Hunting Duplexes.w. 75 to 260
?0 Ladles'Gold Wstches.>. 80 to 2?
XX) Gold Hunting Leplnes.-. so to 7?
XX) Miscellaneous Wafchee, all kv1ds. 60 to 100
SOO silver Hunting Watches. 26 to 60
HO Assorted Silver Watches.. 10 tc 76
The shove stock will be dispowed of on the pc rajar one
rice plan, giving every patron a fine Oold or 8olld Sfl
:r Watch tor Jiu. without regfxd to value.
We wish to immediately diario se of the above rnagnifl
>nt Stock. Certificates, asnrmg the articles, are placed
i sealed envelopes, and wall mixed. Holders are entt
ed to the article named on their certincste, upon psy
lent of Ten Dollars, whether lt be a Watch worth $1000
r one worth less. The retnt.'n of any of our oertiSestse
ititles you t J the article nw ned thereon, upon payment,
respective of ita worth; arid ss no arti clo vahoed toss
ian $10 ls named on airy certificat*, it will at once
: seen that this ls no Lottery, but a straightforward
gin ina to transae?cn. winch may be participa tad in
en by the most fsstidiois? !
A single Certificate will f j? sent b^ tn?<) postpaid, upon
cespt of 26 cents, five ter $i, eleven tor $2, thirty-tur*.
id elegant premium foe $6, aixry-an and more valuable
emium Air $10, one har mired and most superb Watch
ril?. To Agents, oe loose wishing employment, thia
a rare opportunity. It is ? legitimately conducted
lat&eis, duly authort* .d by the Government, and open *
the most careful sers tiny. Try us. Address
WRIGHT, BRO. k 00? ,
Iaipiirters, No. 161 Broadway, Ni Y."
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