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THE DALLY NEWS.
t&- LABGEST CIRCULATION -TH?- DALLY NEWS
BEING TEE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RECOG?
NISED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, PUBLISHES THE
LIST OF LLTTERS REMAINING IN THE POSTOF?
FICE AT THE END OF BACH WEEK. ACCORDING
TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1867.
.4 UCTION SALES THIS HA Y.
MILES DBAKS will Mill, at 10 o'clock, rockaway,
ii arness, &c.
A. H. ABBAHAHB & SONS will sell, at 10 o'clock,
dry goods, Ax.
MCKAY & CAMTBEIJ. will sell, al 10 o'clock,
bacon, tobacco, Ac.
KILROY * Co. will sall, at 10 o'clock, drv goods,
FOR Quotations of Bonds, Stocks, Coupons,
Bank Bills and Money, see every Friday morni r
in this paper, by Andrew M. Moreland, Broker,
No. 8 Broad street.
TRI COURT OP EQUITY-CHANCELLOB W. D.
JOHNSON, PRESIDING.-Several motions of course
were granted, and thc case of Clark vs. De Veaux
waa resumed, Thoa. Y. Simons, Esq., concluding
his argument. _
CHUBCH ELECTION.-At tb-3 Fourth Quarterly .
Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church South,
for Bamberg Circuit, 'aeld November 9th, Rev. F.
A. Mood presiding, the following gentlemen were
?lectod Stewards for the ensuing year :
HENEY HARTZOG. I D. BABKKS.
Dr. F. B. FISHBUBN. [ J. M. BRABHAM.
L. M. TBISOOTT. I G. W. MUSK, Esq.
Dr. N. F. Kirrar.AND. | M. J. KSABSE.
I. H. BAXBEBG.
THE AUGUSTA STREET RAELBOAD CABS.-The
schooner Mattie E. Taber, from New York, brought
as a portion of her cargo six cars for the Augusta
street railway. Tbeso oars are boxed up, and it is
impossible to form any idea of their appearance
They are about the size of our King street cars,
and will be quite accepta', le to our Augusta neigh?
bors, who have been suffering with railroad on the
brain for some time. The cars will bo taken to
Augusta on the South Carolina Railroad, and if | j
the guage is the same, they can be attached to the
?end of the train and make the trip in safety.
LN EQUITY.-EX parie Ephraim Baynard, Execu- j 3
tor .of Wm. E. Baynard-An application for the
redemption of certain plantatio: sold under tho
direct tax Act of 1862, and the amendatory Acts
of 1863 and 1865.-A petition to the Hon. G. S.
Bryan, in the nature of an appeal from the de?
cision of the United States Direct Tax Act Commis?
sioners, Messrs. Whaler, Mitchell & Clabcy for the
petitioners. D. T. Corbin, Esq., for the United
States. The petition and the evidence taken be?
fore the Commissioners was read, and the ques?
tion as to the admissibility of certain letters as
points of evidence argued before the Judge.
UNITED STATES COUBT-Hoifv GEO. S. BRYAN J *
PBES^DTNO.-C. H. Elder and C. Mo^au. ca. the
steamar Volunteer-Libel for wages. OD m\oti?n
of Messrs. Brown & Mikell, it was ordered that i
the Marshai deliver to the complainants the prop?
erty arrested in this case for the payment of thoir E
The petitions of Thomas S. Mills and Jas. T. h
Hotchkiss for voluntary bankruptcy were read by d
their Solicitors, and were referred to W. J. Clau?
sen, Register Fourth Congressional District.
The petition of Washington M. Connors, for ad- j b
mission as Proctor in the United States of South 1?
Carolina as Solicitor, Attorney and Proctor in said
.Courts, was read by General James Connor, and,
on bis motion, the petition was granted.
The argument in the case of tho Um ted States
cs. 250 barrels of molasses, for violation of the
Internal Revenue laws, was concluded.
THE THEATRE.-The play of the Seven Sisters
was repeated last night before a good audience,
whose taste for the drama led them t > prefer the
theatre to the circus. Notwithstanding the in?
ducements odored by the latter the number of
theatre-goers bas b?en steadily increasing, and
each representation is greeted by larger audiencos.
The Seren Slaters is a play of considerable merit,
and what is lacking in the dramatic is amply
atoned for in the terpsichorean part of the enter?
tainment. The prima donna, Miss Alice Vane, as?
sumes a number of characters and m each her
acting is good. Shel? well sustained by the troupe,
who perform their parts with accuracy. The
scenic effect is now much better than it was on
the first night, while the acting has improved pro?
portionally. The Mossrs. Templeton have endeav?
ored to furnish tho citizens of Charleston with
good dramatic entertainments, and, though labor?
ing under great difficulties, they have succeeded
in their undertaking. Tho operatic and dramatic
parts of these entertainments are well enacted,
but the ballet dancing deserves more praise, as it
is the best that we t ave seen for years.
Tvs MOUNT PLEASANT DISTURBANCE, - SEN
TX50X o? A AEON LOSAN.-Our readers will remem?
ber a disturbance that occured at Mount Pleasant
daring the progress of registration, and which was
occasioned by the action of Aaron Logan, a colored
Registrar. Mo caused tho arrest of Mr. John S. ] ?
Frazer upon allegations made by ignorant negroes, 1
and conveyed bim t o Charleston, where the tables 13
were turned and tho captor made captive. Logan *
waa sent to Castle Pinckneyon a charge of mis- *
conduct In office and false imprisonment, and sub- '
sequently tried bei oro a Military Commission in
ibis city. After a careful hearing or tho evidence
in the case, Logan was found guilty of misconduct
in office sad false imprisonment for having used c
his authority aa a Registrar, and compelled an 1
aimed body of negroes to arrest Mr John S. 1
Frazer and detain him a prisoner. Logan was 3
sentenced to be confined at hard labor ai such *
place aa the proper authority may direct for the
period df two years. This sentence was referred
to the Commanding General for his approval, and
waa mitigated to six months, and Fort Macon, N
O., designated as the place of confinement.
JOHN ROMNBO?'S G HEAT SHOW.-The mammoth
pavilion was again filled with a dense crowd last
night, many being compelled to leave from want
of standing room. There are few entertainments
that have visited our city that have been more
popular than thia great circus. The numerous
attractions it presents, both in its collection of
wild ?T?T^ia and in the troupe of accomplished
actors, are sufficient to cause a large attendance,
but we doubt if the proprietors of the circus anti?
cipated the rush for tickets that has nightly taken
place. It is a pleasing evidence that Charlestoni
ans are not dead broke, and there is yet some
-J change left. None who have attended this
show regret the expense, for they are convinced
that they have got more than their money's worth, j j
and in macy instances nave repeated their visit.
The receipts of this circus hare been larger, and
the returns to the Government assessor more than
double those of other and similar entertainments.
It is without doubt the best establishment ot its j j
kind in cha country, as it has been in existence for
more than forty years, and is, like good wine, im- J j
proved by age.
The band, un 1er the leadership of Mr. T. G.
Canb'.m, is one cf the great features of this circus,
aa the performers are all skilled artists, and their
combination of sweet sounds an agreeable accom?
paniment to the acting. Yesterday afternoon the
children of the City Orphan House and the co.or
od children in Mr. Pillsbury's Orphan Houoe, at?
tended the circus by invitation, and testified their
appreciation by frequent plaudits.
HOTEL AUB rv ALS TO 8 P. M., YESTERDAY.-Mills
House.-E. S. Taft and family, St. Helena; Geo. W.
Tucker, Jr., Baltimore; Mrs. A. W. Randall, Wash?
ington; Wm. T. Port, Elmira, N. Y.; H. P. Adams,
Marion; J. C. Courteney, Columbia, Goo. C. Wal?
ker, Chicago, A. H. ^athanB, Macon; Edward
Samuel Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Betts,
and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Foster, New Hampshire;
Mr. Chas. E, Milnor and wife and daughter, Now
York; Sam'l Davis, Cincinnati; Henry Winter Dif
fendaffer, Philadelphia; H. C. Holthaus, Baltimore;
Jno. G. Williams, Tarboro'; J. J. McQuilliu, Phila?
delphia; Mr. and Mrs. .Highlengale, and J. R.
Trous, wife and nurse, Georgia; Mrs. Tilghani,
Maryland; G. M. Hendrix, C. & D. R. R.; Miss
.Graham, New York; Captain F. Peck, steamer Fan?
nie; J. M. Wilder, Sumter; Captain D. P. Con
.nally, U. S. A.; C. Hammond, wife and child, Co?
lumbia; Jno. A. Adams, S. C.
Charleston Hoiet.-Q. B. Larhgue and wife,
.Blackville; S. T. Dearing, Augusta; N. Gallenan
HPrl son, Franklin, N. C.; Wm. H. Rome, Frank
din, N. C.; E. H. Ludenglon, U. S. A.; W. L. S.
Towarhunt, Baltimore; R. M. Pegues, Cheraw; J.
G. Coit and wife, Cheraw; J. C. Robinson, Beau?
fort; Charles S. Medway, U. & A.; A. P. Shaw,
New York; B. H. Zimmerman, St. Matthews; D. A.
WJliama and lady, Abbeville.
Favilton Hotel.-J. W. Fisher, G. W. Spake,
William Norton, F. M. Bambery, South Carolina;
J. W. Norwood, GreenvUb; P. B. Monz?n and J. S.
Hrookington, Hngitree; Mr. and Mrs.' G. E. Wal?
ters, New'York. i
Th? Grand Lodge of Sooth Carolin?,
A.*. F.-. M.-.
EVENING SESSION, NO VE JIBES 19.
[Oar last report ended with the morning ses?
sion of tho first dav.]
Tho Lotlgo being duly opened, tho roll was call?
ed and the names of newly arrived delegates were
Brother Nash, D. G. M., stated that in conse?
quence of tho events of the war, Harmony Lodge of
l>< aufort had been deprived of the means and pri?
vileges of holding its annual meetings, but, being
now prepared to resume its labor, desired to be
represented through its delegates upon the floor
of the Grand Lodge.
On motion of Brother David, it was
Resolved, That Harmony Lodge is hereby enti?
tled to representation in the Grand Lodge.
The Grand Secretan- read the Report on For?
On motion of Brother James Counor, D. G. M.,
Resolved, That the report of the Secretary be
referred to a committee of three.
The following committee was appointed: Broth?
ers James Connor, W. K. Blake and G. R. Hunter.
Brother H. W. Schroeder, frc the Committeo
on Dispensations, made a report, recommending
that warrants of Constitution be granted to the
following Lodges: Boylaton Lodge, of Lexington
District; Tumbling Shoals Lodge, Bethel Lodge,
Fine Grove Lodge, at Fort Motte; Hope Lodge,
Wdlianiston; Mount Hope Lodge and Stonewall
Lodge, of Millway, Abbeville. Th? Committee-1
further recommended that a charter be refused to
Campbell Lodge, at Eingstree, and that the dis?
pensation to Cross Hill Lodge be revoked.
Brother Geo. BL Walter, from the committee to
whom was referred the correspondence between
G. M. John R. Gorin, of Illinois, and G. Secretary
Bruns, relative to the restoration of the Jewel of j
P. G. M. Colcock, of this jurisdiction, report as
Your Committee .ve profoundly impressed by
the true Masonic inspiration which has actuated
the Grand Master of illinois in this correspond?
ence. He has truly and beautifully exemplified,
in the promptings of his generous heart, those
?obie principles and tenets of our order, which
knowing no North, nor South, nor East, nor West,
Inculcate "peace and good will" upon all within its
.'olds. We, therefore, in the name of this Grand
Lodge, tender to our distinguished brother our
warmest thanks for his truly Masonic conduct as
jvinced by bim in this correspondence, and re?
commend the adoption of the following resolu
Resolved, That the thanks of this Grand, Lodge
>e tendered to our distinguished brother J. R.
torin for his exemplification of those sterling
judi ties which adorn, dignify and give a true mo?
ral vt'ue to Masonic character.
Re*Jived, That the correspondence between J.
i. Gorin and the Grand Secretary be entered up?
ai thc Minutes of this Grand Lodge.
Bro. her C. Inglesby moved that the Grand
Lodge proceed to the election of officers to-mor
.o w, at 8 P. M.
Brother Maurice moved to amend, by striking
>ut 8 P. M., and inserting ll A. M.
Considerable discussion ensued, and both of the
ibov.? propositions being voted down, it was de?
rided to hold the election at 3 P. M., to-morrow.
Brother James A. Hoyt, from the Committee
tn the Report of the Grand Lecturer, submitted
ho following resolution :
Resolved, That inasmuch as the Grand Lec?
turer's report shows it to have been physically im
tossiblo for hun to visit ail the Lodges in tho
urisdiction this year, and in order to secure uui
? rm i ty of work, the office of Grand Lecturer be
Sovef** *k'e speeohes were made by Brothers j
[ovt, Connor Vm1i> Bkke' and othm> ceu1^
lentary to the Grand ?ndthe ability and I,
ldustry with which he had fulfil "*e oneroUB c
uties of his office. 11
Ths Report was adopted. t
After the transaction of some other informal fi
usiness, the Lodge adjourned until ll o'clock A. E
[., yesterday. ,,
MORNING SESSION, WEDNESDAY.
The Lodge was ''called from refreshment to j
ibor" at ll o'clock. ?
The following resolutions were odored: c
By Brother Knight: I hat Bethel Lodge be per- t
titted to retain its cumber 112, as recorded on the r
>1L Adopted. ?
By Brother Barnes: That Roslin lodge, No. 86, t
e permitted to abolish its by-laws ar. i adopt that (
ortion of tho Constitution of the Grand Lodge -
rovided for Subordinate Lodges. Adopted.
By Brother L. M. Grist: That Philanthropic
rodge. No. 78, bo authorized to change its time of (
?esting from third Monday to the third Friday of
act month. Adopted. (
By Brother Chichester: That tho Grand Lodge ^
cartily approves of the efforts now being put j
)rtb by the Lodges in the Oity of -Charleston of a
olding a Masonic Fair or Bazaar; and that the
?rand Secretary is hereby authorised to affix the ,
eal of the Gi and Lodge to the circulars by those
Irethron relating thereto. Adopted.
By Brother Z. W. Carwlle: That Concordia
.ocge, No. 50, be allowed to change its time of
letiing to the third Saturday in each month,
By Brother Witherspoon : That the next Annual [
iommunication of the Grand Lodge be held in the (
own of Anderson. .
Amended by striking ont "Anderson" and insert
sg "Charleston," and adopted.
The Committee on By-Laws, to whom was refer- . (
d the examination of the By-Laws of the several
xxlgea, reported that they had examined tho By?
laws of the fallowing Lodges, with the proposed ' '
Iterations, and recommend the adoption of the
ame, viz : Prosperity Lodge, No. 115 ; Claremont
x>dge, No. 64 ; livingston Lodge, Na 119 ; Sum?
merton Lodge, No. 104 ; Gowans ville Lodge, No.
07 ; Allandale Lodge, No. 109 ; Strict Observance
iOlge, No. 73 ; Rock Hill Lodge, No. Ill ; Wash
ugton Lodge, No. 74 ; and Stonewall Lodge.
Brother James Connor, D. G. M., made an inter
sting report from the Committee on Dues, recom?
mending that, in consequence of the devastations
if the late war, Clinton Lodge, No. 3, Harmony
Lodgo, Ridge ,vay Lodge, Flint Hill Lodge, be
eleased from tho payment of dues for the year
.867, and that the money paid by Ridgeway Lodge
>e refunded. The report was adopted.
Brother Maurico proposed to amend Article 91
if the Constitution, by striking out the whole of j
laid Article and inserting the following :
"All legislative, power on tho subject of Masonry
s vested in the Grand Lodge, and all subordinate
Lodges in the jurisdiction aro prohibited from
nalang any Bye-Laws whatever, and are required
o be governed solely by this Constitution and the
'beman Rezon as hereinafter provided. Lodges
nay, however, fix their times of meeting, and the
.mount of fees and dues, by simple resolution,
irovided they be not inconsistent with the Consu?
Also to amend Article 19 of the Constitution by
nserting at the conclusion of said Article the
vords, "ex -opt where thc representative or Grand
)fflcer shall reside in the city or town in which
he Grand Lodge holds its session, in whioh case
hey shall receive no pay."
These propositions lie over for consid?ration.
Th? Lodge took a recess untd three P. M.
AFTE i KtCESS.
The election of officers for the ensuing year be?
ug the special order for three o'clooit, the Lodge
iroceeded with this business at once.
rWe announced the result of the election and
lames of officers in a fotmer issue.]
On motion of N. Levin, it was
Resolved, That a Committee of Three be an?
ointed for the purpose of instituting an inquiry
nto the system of lotteries alleged tobe organized
mder Masonic authority, said Committee to re?
port to the Grand Master on or before the next
umual Communication of the Grand Lodge.
Committee appointed: N. Levin, H. W. Shroe
ler, and W. J. Trim.
The Lodge took a recess until 9 o'clock P. M.
The first business in order was the installation
rf the officers elect.
On motion of Brother J. H. Nash, a resolution
referring to the photographs of Grand Masters,
passed at tho last Annual Communication, was re-,
The Grand Master appointed as the Committee
m Correspondence, to aid the Grand Secretary in
this department, for the ensuing year: Brothers
James H. Connor, G. H. Walter, Lamb Buist, J.
W. Angel, W. J. Trim.
The Committee to whom was referred so much
of tho address of the Grand Master as relates to
donations from Grand Lodges of other States to
the Grend Lodge of this State, reported a pream?
ble and resolutions expressive of the deep sense
of appreciation felt at this exhibition of Masonic
liberality, and recommended copies of the same to
be sent to the Grand Lodges of New York, Illi?
nois, Missouri and Minnesota. The report was
Thc Special Committee designated by the M.
W. G. M. Martin, of the E. L., of Kentucky, in a
preamble and resolutions, acknowledge the hand?
some charity of $3150, received from that Brother.
A copy ot the same y.cs ordered to be transmitted
to Brother Martin. Adoptou.
The Committee' appointed to ascertain tbs con?
dition of the estate af Brother Rasky, deceased,
reported that they had ascertained the value of ]
the property in Florida, and asked for further
time to examino the subject. Further report to
bo made to the Grand Master. Adopted.
Ou motion of Brother L. M., it was
Resolved, That th* 69th Article of the Constitu?
tion be so amended as to read twenty-five dollari,
instead of one hundred.
The Comrmttee to whom was referred the Grand
Secretary's Report on Foreign Correspondence,
made a report expressive of the high appreciation
and Masonic ability entertained for that officer.
His report was regarded as a valuable compen?
dium of the condition and progress of Masonry in
On motion of-, it was
Resoved, That tho decision/, of the Grand
Master, rendered dorine the past year be incorpo?
rated in the printed proceedings of the Grand
Somo further informal business waa transacted,
and the Grand Lodge adjourned sine die, to meet
in Charleston on the 19th of November, 1868.
MOVEMENT OF TB OOPS.-A general movement is
apparently in progress among the troops in the
Military Districts. Two companies of artillery
have recently arrived in this city from Florida, and
tho Barrett House, at the corner of King and Cal?
houn streets, have been used as a temporary bar?
racks. The guard tent on the Green and the sen?
tinels, with drawn sabres, around tho house have
given this corner quito a militan- appearance. It is
understood that Washington is the destination of
these troops, and that others are being drawn from
various points and massed around that city.
THE ELECTION IN CHABLEBTON.-The following
is tho official return of tho recent eloction in this
city- the names of tho candidates, with the num?
ber of votes received by each, opposite to his
name. Tho immortal nine have been elected
without any opposition, but have retained their
coveted position solely by tho black votes: -'
A. J. Kansicr.4322
F. A. Sawyer.4317
C. C. Bowen.4305
A. G. Mackoy.4315
P. L. Cardozo.4305
R. C. DeLargo.4300
R. H. Cain. 4276
"COMMERCE is KINO."-Two very significant bu?
siness announcements arc made in our issue this
morning, and wo call attention to them in the
hope that the lesson, taught by each, will not be
lost sight of even at this period of commercial de?
The freight circular of Mosers. Courtenay &
Trenholm, an extract from which appears in our
market report for the week, goes to show that as
regards expense and time, cotton can be trans?
ported more advantageously from as distant a
point as Memphis via Charleston to Liverpool,
than by the old route down the river and from New
Drleans; and figures aro given from actual infor?
mation to prove tho proposition. And why should
t not be so.? Wo know many will say that
railroads cannot compote with water transporta?
ron; but is thia argument not refuted daily ? Does
lot Boston enterprise draw tho flour of Michi?
gan and Missouri from the depots of Detroit and
5t. Louis to her doors, and has she not, ia this
angle article alone, become strong enough to have
150,000 bbls. figure as "stock on hand" on a single
Does not Baltimore, too, send her fast freight
Tains of coffee, sugar and molasses to Cincinnati,
it. Louis and Chicago, and fill those same cars on
;heir return with tho bacon, flour, grain, ic*., of
hal teeming, country, to be sent from Baltimore
? all parts of the world ? These are hard truths,
ind Lhere must be a reason for such movemonta
)verland, when for South American and West In?
na produce, New Orleans fails to bo the port of
tntry for these articles, and fails again in control?
ing the produce of the Northwest for exportation,
>ven with the Father of Waters flowing by her
Some of the controlling reasons are set forth in
he circular we refer to; the difficulties and dan?
jera of. gull navigation make freights and insur?
ance higher than from Atlantic ports, and again in
\M matter of time saving, there is an admitted
.ain of two to ??!*60 creeks in favor of cotton ship
aents from even as western & point as Memphis, ?
'ia Charleston, as over New Orleans.
What is wanted is the enterprise to do what
io&ton and Baltimore have done, and it must be 1
irivate enterprise The railroads meet the wants
if the situation by prompt delivery and low rates,
hat is all that business men can expect. Will our
aeronauts take up the movement and posh the ,
lotton of the Mississippi Siyer across the Atlantic
o Liverpool ? And this bringa us ie ifce second <
kll-imponunt matt-T wc have referred to, and that
s, to the sinsph? advertisement of the British
icrew steamship Pioneer, on the berth, for Liver
)ool direct. Steam tonnage i?, controlling the
?ommerce of the world. English steamers keep
ime to and from the distant East; the Atlantic
)cean has got to bo a gr?jat tri-woekly ferry, and
american steamships, with clock-like provision,
i-eep up rapid and certain intercourse to China
If Charleston is over to recover her commercial ,
Kjsition, one of the means to that ond is a steam- 1
ihip communication with Liverpool and some
ivailable German port. We may write and talk
)f trade with Europe, but it will signify nothing
vithout direct steam faculties. We may build
.astics in the air about immigration, but, if the
iturdy Teuton or Celt aro to come among ns and
leek a home, they moat oome directly to us, for
moy are Bought for and asked to go to other in?
ri ting fields, and tho emigrant organizations of
rival sections will not allow them to turn from their
Western Land Companies to come to tho South, if
they can prevent lt.
We see in tho transportation facilities we now
have to thc banks of tho Mississippi river reason
Tor hopo and encouragement, and we are also
pleased to notico that tho commercial flag of cid
Charleston has Ven raisod in the States ot Ala?
bama, Missis.'iipp. and Tennessee, by tho sh pping
house already alluded to. We commend the at?
tempt of Mesbi's. Courtenay & Trenholm, at least,
to direct attention to the matter. There must be
a beginning somewhere, and data being furnished
we hope to hear soon of good results. To Messrs.
W. B. Smith & Co. the business community are
under obligations for a practical domonstration of
direct trade with Europe. Last winter this house
brought the steamship Pioneer here, in ballast
(being a foreign vessel), loaded hor with cotton,
and accomplished u, successful voyage to Liver?
pool "Mrs. Grundy" thought it wouldn't pay,
??c., but as tho experiment is now being repeated,
we think Mrs. Grundy's opinion is obsolete. Of
one thing we aro certain, this same "Pioneer" has
been plying between some colonial coal port and
New York, moving cools ! It must be admitted
that ooals rarely pay very large freights, hence the
inference ia reasonable that she can sustain her?
self with cotton at the fair rates o Hering, and if ono
steamship, not particularly built or adapted for
cotton freights, can movo cotton frem Charleston
to Liverpool, what shall we say when foreign capi?
tal develops the business, constructing steamships,
on suitable fines for thia trade ?
"Where there ia a will thero is a way," and we
are glad to notice that the old groove in which
Charleston has seemed to have been propelled for
some years past, is wearing out and that new ideas
are taking root.
Is Stimulation Necessary ?
This question is practically answered in the affirma?
tive by thousands of physicians every day. Son-olimos
they prescribe the ordinary tonna of alcohol ; sometimes
tinctures which are simply inferior alcohol, more or less
medicated; but no small proportion of tho faculty give
thepreferencotoHOSTETTERii STOMACH BITTERS,
as the most carefully prepared medicinal stimulant at
present known. It is impossible for prejudice itself to
he blind to the marked success with which this extraor?
dinary tome and alterative has been administered in
cases of DYSPEPSIA during the last twenty years. If lt
were possible to canvas the whole country for cases in
which it had effected a cure of this obstinate and agonis?
ing disease, they would number millions. No won?<r,
then, that it has become a STANDARD ?TEDICLNF. in every
State, city, town and village lu the United States, and
that names, tho most distinguished In literature, art and
scienci, are the vouchers for its remarkable properties.
The immense manufactory at Pittsburgh, w.th it? exten?
sive storehouses, ia the largest establishment of thc kind
ui this country, and, probably, in the world. The
amount of manual labor employed in the preparation of
the Bitters, to say nothing ot' the steam driven ma?
chinen-. ls greater than that of any other proprietary
medicine establishment on this continent, und, by the
blessings of Providence, the beue-?c&l <? "ulta of this un?
equalled tonic and alterative are co-extensive with Its
continually increasing sales. 6 November 18
What is TARRANTS EFFERVESCENT SELTZER
APERIENT, and what ure its effects ; Theas jre ques
tiona which the great American public has a right to
ask, and it also has a right to expect a candid and satis?
factory reply. The preparation is a mild and gentle
sahne cathartic, alterative a?.d tonic, and is most care?
fully prepared m the torm of a snow white powdor, con?
taining all the wonderful medical properties of tho far
famed Siltier Springs of Gormauy.
Of ita effects we wouhi s*y that those who have tested
the preparation ai e the bast judge;., and they declare
over their own signatures that the preparation will
promptly rolieve indigestion. Regulate the flow of the
bile. Cure every upecies of headache. "Tranquilize the
nervoub system. Refresh and Invigorate the weak. Miti?
gate the pangs of Rheumatism. Neutralize acid to the
Stomach. Chrcnse and tone tho bowels. Assist the
ailing appetite. Cure the heartburn.
Il you are a sufferer give thia Remedy one trial, and it
will convince yon of tho above tacts.
TARRANT A CO., Sole Proprietors. New York.
Sold by all Druggists. 3mos September ia
A Fact Worth Knowing.
The best investment for sn invalid, who suffers from
debility or loss of appetite, is a bottle of PajnOfoTa He?
patic Bitters, ss tt will be sure to give relief. For sale by
all Druggists. f ,
THE BEST PLACE IN CHABLEATON to get your
money's worth ie at Maoullar, Williams & Parker's,
I oN\ 270 King street. mwf
AN ADVANCE ON MEETTNG STBEET.-Mr. John
Conimings, tho popular shoe merchant of Meeting
Btreet, has changed his base, and has entrenched
himself in a now and elegant atore, three doors
from Market street, and a short distance below his
old stand. This movement has been in progress
for some time, but was finally concluded yesterday,
and tho new store was last night the cynosure of |
all eyes. Mr. Commingfl is now prepared to offer
his customers overy style of shoo from a brogan to
a kid slipper, promising all a perfect undeistand?
ing. His McClellan saddles are assigned an hon?
orable place in the picture, and all who still be?
long to the cavalry corps and'want a good soat can
find none better or moro serviceable than the Mc?
Clellan. The new store has beon fitted up with
groat taste, and has, what is raie in most whole?
sale houseB, a large window, in which tho samples
are displayed to the best advaatage. Mr. Com
minga bas made a move in the right direction, and
the customers thronging to bia new store will
soon cause Meeting street to look as it did in the
days of its prosperity.
DYSPEPSIA AND HEADACHE.-A Btout man, fifty
years of age, had Buffered several years from dys?
pepsia and weak stomach. He had almost con?
stant headache, with sense of fullness in the head
and stomach. Food some became acid, and rose
in the mouth in acid ecrusta?ous; feeling of full?
ness and repletion in the stomach; bad taste in the
mouth, coated tongue, poor appetite, with a gen?
eral debility, prostration and depression of spirits.
Humphrey's Dyspepsia Pius, l?o. 10, cured him
entirely in the course of a few weeks, taking only
one pill morning and night.
FOB GENT'S FUBNIBKINO GOODS, good and cheap,
go to Macullar, Williams & Parker's, No, 270 King
A NEW VEHICLE.-We have had the pleasure of ]
inspecting a new style of extension carriage, lately
received by Mr. Leonard Chapin, at his carriago
repository, in Hayne street. A peculiar advantage
of thia carriage is its lightness and the ease with
which it can be changed from a closo top to an
open seated vehicle. As a family carriage there
aro fow that can compare with it, and, though there
may be "nothing new under the sun," Mr. Chapin
is prepared io show his customers some styles of |
vehicles that have never before aeon the light of a
Charleston san. The carriaqre in question ia light
and airy, while the furniture and hangings arc
made in tho latest fashion. In the prosent con?
dition of public finances there are few persons who
can afford the luxury of a private conveyance, but
the appearance of those on exhibition at Mr. Cha?
pina is sufficient to tempt them to make some
sacrifices in order to become the owners of a
vehicle that ia a combination of the latest improve?
DON'T SPEND A DOIXAB FOB CLOT HI?O before
going to Macullar, Williams A Parker's, No. 270
King Btreet. _ mwf
KENTUCKY STATE COMBINATION LOTTEBY draws
every day at Covington, Ky. Whole tickets from
ll to $10; shares in proportion. Prizes from
$4000 to $60,000. H. T. PETERS. Agent,
No. 90 Hasel street, Charleston, 8. C.
November 7 _ Imo
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, Ac.; or, MILLERS' Almanac;
li you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Booka bound in any stylo, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to HIBASI RABBIS, NO. 59 Broad street.
FOB GOOD CLOTHTNO, cheap, go to Macollar, Wil?
liams ? Parker's, No. 270 King street. mwf
Know thy Destiny.
M AD AHE E. F. THORNTON, the irrest English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psyebometr. dsn, who has aston?
ished the identifie classes ol the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Mud ame TnoairroN pos?
sesses; ;nch wonderful powers ot second sight ss to ena?
ble her to imper! knowledge of the greatest importance
to the singlo or married of either sex. While m a state
of tranco, she delineates the very features of the person
you ar? to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known ss the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produc? s lifelike picture of the future husband or wife
of tho applicant, together with dsu> QI marriage, position
tn Ufo, leading traits of character, &c. This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert. She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
"uarantee, that the picture ls what lt purports to be. By
Dnclosing a sTT*1*loc* of b&lr' and ****** placo of birtb'
ago, disposition and complexion, tB& enclosing fifty cenU
ind stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
live the picture and desired Information by reiurn mail,
AU communicaUone sacredly confidential. Address, ul
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. 0. Box 223,
Hudson. N. Y_ly_aiorc'h ft
Free to Everybody.
A Large C pp. Circular, giving information of thc
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It leaches how the homely may become beaut il ul, tho
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No youn j lady or genUeman should fall to send their
address, and receive s copy post-paid, by return mall.
Address P. O. Drawer, 21,
March 30 lyr Tro/, N. Y.
AN OK DI N WC K
TO PBOVTDE FOB THE LiqornATioif or TOT INTEREST
ON THE OZBT OF THE om, WHICH ACCEDED OX THE
THIRTIETH DAT OP SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN in City Council assembled, That for the pur?
pose of liquidating tho Interest on the public debt ot the
city, which accrued pp the tuir.ieth day ol September
last, six per cent, stock, obligatory on tho corporation oi
tho City of Charleston, sholl be issued under the direc?
tion of the Mayor, to tho persons holding stocks or six
per bent, bonds ot the city, and entiled to receive the
interest accrued thereon at tho time above stated, the
said stock to bear interest ofter the rate of six per cent,
per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable in thirty
years from date: Provided, That no part of said stock
shall be issued for any sum less than twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, also, that
oU sums for less than twenty dollars, and for fractional
ports of s dollar, shall be paid In city bills.
Sac. 2. That the ft rm of certificate, and mode ol
transfer af said stock shah be subject to the samo regu?
lations as now exist in i elation to other city six per cent,
stocks of the dty.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second doy of Octo?
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and nary-seven.
EL, 8.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SOOTH, Clerk of Council. October 25
riULli: NU Tl ct.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3, 1867. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDKH
t he following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
torde livery trova, this Ornee. S. THOMAS,
SEC. 1. Bt it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen > r.
City Council auembUd, That from and ofter the first doy
of January, Ucenses shall be token out for all carts. Jon,
and wagous, used for private ann domestic purposes, in
the s?me manner, sud according to the same provJslcLh
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let ct
driven tor hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shaU be provided with a badge coi .
taiuing the um.her thereof, aud marked Private, to 11
placed on the outside of the shall.
SEC. 2. No person sholl bo token by the Treasurer a*
surety to any bond under the Ordinance coueeming 1 .
censes lor certs, drays, wagons und other carnages, ui>
loss he or she be o freeholder.
SEC. 3. Tho hallowing shaU hereafter be tho rates .oi
licenses tor public and private carts, drays, wagous, \c,
including die horses or mules used thereof, which euri;
DC tree troin other taxation:
PUBLIC CABTS, DRAYS, ETC., OR TH08E EUI'LOTED IN AN?
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOR HIRE DIRECT OR IMDIRSCT.
For every curt, dray or wa^ou, drawn by one horse ca
mule, ?20. '
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horse, or
For every hock and carriage with two wheols, $20.
For every hack and carriago witn lour wheels, $iu.
For every stage or omni bun (except Uue omnibus
with two horses, ?50.
For every stage or omnibvis (except uno omnlbcsL
drown by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn Dy two or more horses or mules
For every express wagon drawn by two or more hort Cl
or mules, $60.
BREAD CARTS AND PRIVA?E CARIS, DRATS, EIC
For every bread cart or wagen, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do.
ineatlc purposes, and not to be employed in the trau*
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
jiher commodity, for compensation, either directly oi
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license the sum ot
tb, exclusive ot the horse or mule.
Ratified in City CouncU, this 10th day of Januai y
II. a.] lu the year of our Lord out thouaaud eight hun
dred and sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor,
Jsnuarv _W. O. SMITH. Clem ol Council.
OFFICE CLERK OK COUNCIL, I
May 1HC7. J
The following Section of" An Ordinance to abolish the
office of .Speriutendent of Streets ; to provide tor Keep?
ing the Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
City ol' Charlesston Clean, and for o:her purpos?s," If
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
For the due protection of tut said contractor or con?
tractors, it ii Jurther ordained, ' Ibat every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant ot any premises fronting in any
street, laue, alley, or open oourt, shall on every day
mundays excepted) have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in Iront of his or her lot, in o barrel, box or
heap, and lu readiness for thc* contractor, by thu hour ot
seven o'clock, A. M., troni the til st day ot May to the
ti ?ht day ol' November in every year ; and by the hour ot
niue o'clock, A. M., frcm th; first day of November to
the first day of May following. And any psison offend?
ing horcm, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, or othei
ottul, in any street, laue, or alley, or open court, utter the
hours above named, shall be subject to a lino not lets
than two nor more than five dollars, fur each and every
otlence, to be imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. U. SMITH.
May 15 derk ol Council.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY BETUKXS.
OF; ICE OF THE CIT! ASSESSOR, J
CITT HA?L, November 1. li)6',,,.j.v.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL ?jONCEWJ
ll ED that the MONTHLY RETURNS 1?R iB.t
MONTH Of OCTOBER PAST, In comp!"incei with tue
Tax Ordinance, ratified on tho 28th day of December,
1866, must be made on or btlore the 15th instant._
CHARLES P. FRAZER,
November Assistant City Assessor.
Rockaway and Harness, Boots and Shots.
BY MILES DRAKE.
At 10 o'clock, THIS MORNING, I will sell at rey store,
corner of King and Liberty streets, without reserve.
1 B C AWAY, in good order
1 set Harness, o <rly new.
immediately arter sale of the above, I wi:! ?ell,
CASES Bu n S AND SH0F8 IO CLOSE cUNsl?N
MEN'S CALF AND KIP BROGANS, Balmorals, Union
Boots, Bismarcks, Atc
Ladies' lasting Congress and Balmoral?, ( i ut und
Morocco Balmorals and Polkas.
A variety of LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES in a toons. Novomoer22
Sale to close Consignments without Reserve.
BY A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS.
THIS DAY, the 22d inst., at 10)i o'clock, we will sell at
our Sales Room. No. 36 Hayne street,
Pieces SATINETS i Pieces LONGCLOTH
Pieces Kentucky Jeans j Pieces Merino
Pieces Checks | Dozen Hoop skirts
Pieces Corset Jeans Dozen Hosiery
Pieces Denims I Dozen Handkerchiefs
Jewelry, Watches, ?c.
PRY GOOPS, ETC._
CHEAP PRINTS-CHEAP PRINTS.
WE WILL OFFER THIS MORNING ONS CASE
GOOD QUALITY PRINTS, at IO cents, worth 16
One case 7-8 LONGCLOTH, good quality, at the low
price ol 12% cents-tbey^fe oztra cheap. We Uso offer
full lines in the following Goods, and as cheap as can be
bought m the ci tv;
10 and 11-4 BLEACHED AND BROWN SHEETINGS
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 Longcloths
3-4, 7-8, 4-4 Brown?, in flue and heavy
Bird-eye Dispers, very cheap
Russia Diaper, 160 to 600 pieces
8 and 10-4 Bleached Table Damask
Black Alpacas and Delaines
French and English Merino is
Gray and White Bhnkets, for plantation use
10 and 12-4 Family Blankets.
ST0LL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 & 289 King Street,
SECOND DOOR BELOW WENTWORTH.
November 20 wf2
BARGAINS IN HOSIERY!
ST0LL, WEBB & CO.,
Nos. 287 & 289 King Street,
WELL ( FFEB THIS MORNING, AT RETA' L, FBOM
their Wholesale Rooms, 200 dozen Gent's, Ladies'
ind Misses' HOSIERY, at 25 to 60 per cent below origi?
nal prices, to make room for new Goods.
LOT DRESS GOODS, MARKED DOWN AT AND
STULL., WEBB ii CO..
Nos. 287 and 289 KING STREET,
Second door below Wentworth street.
November 20 wt J
CHEAP GOODS !
ONE CASE MADDER PRINTS, SUPERIOR QUALITY,
now offering at TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS per
yard; also, a fine lot of best MERRIMACK AND
SPR AGUE'S PRIN1S.
. I. li. READ dc CO.
HARRIS' SEAMLESS KID GLOVES
1 (~\f\DOZEN OF THESE SUPERIOR ETD GLOVES,
? <J\J ot which we are the Sole Agents for Charles?
ton. Just received.
J. R. lt KAU tb CO.
OUR ENTIRE SI OCR OF FINE, MEDIUM AND
COMMON HOSIERY, marked di wn 33^ per cent.
Jos assortment of these goods comprise the best English
Cotton Hose, Superior Balbrlzzan, White and Black
311k. Also, the best quslitles of MEN'S HALF HOSE,
?vhich will lu sold for the next thirty days at the above
.eduction from forrr ?.: prices.
J. IL. READ dc CO.
A NOT HER LOT OF THOSE CHEAP BLACK CLOTH.
?A selling at $4.50 and 15.50 each.
ALL WOOL COLORED AFGHAN SACQUES, now leti?
ng at $S each, worth $12.
Our Cloak and Shawl Boom ls now full and complete,
vith all tho lateet novelties in Ladies' Coverings.
FINE BLACK 8ILK SACQUES constantly on hand,
md made to order.
Dress Goods ! Dress Trimmings ! !
BOULEVARD SEAMLESS SKIRTS, COLORED VEL
VET RIBBONS (in Varioty), Dress Buttons, Black
iud coiored Satins and Silks-received per last Steamer.
Prices warranted Ag LOW AS THE LOWEST-fur
J. R, READ & CO.,
No. 263 KING STREET,
Opposite Hasel, Charleston, 3. C.
November 18 mwf
No. 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market-sts,
RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE ATTENTION OF
th air customers and the public generally, to their
very extensivo stock of
Which will at all times bo found complete.
in this will be found a well assorted stock of PRINTS'
.1LNQHA?IS, SHIRTINGS and SHEETINGS, all at the
lowest market rates.
Especial attention is called to our very cheap 10-4
?heo?ngp. 3-4, 7-3 and 4-4 Longcloths.
We have BED. WHITE and COLORED FLANNELS, in
gre*t variety; Blankets, shawls. Nubias, Sontag?, Hoods
sad Scarfs, very chosp.
A splendid quality of BLOADCLOTH, for Ladles'
Cloaks, at $2 per yard.
Fine Cloths, Cashmeres and Vestings of sll Jciortp
Uoos, suitable for Men's and Boya' wear.
LINEN GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Tho attention of Housekeepers ls invited to our very
cheap LINEN GOODS, consisting of Irish Fronting lin?
on, Linon Sheeting, Pillow Cu.-e Linen, Table Damask,
Table Cloths, Towels, Napkins, Doylies and Huckaback,
at 20 cents.
Linen Table Cloths at 76 cents to $1.
Shirt Bosoms from 25 cents up.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
IN THIS PARTICULAR LINE WILL BE FOUND THE
latest novolties of the season in tho very best fabrics and
POPLINS, Merinos. Empress Cloth, Mohairs
Black and Colored Silks, Scotch Plaids
And an extensivo variety of low-prioed Dress Goods.
A large lot of Balmorals and Hoop Skirts, very cheap.
WE HAVE THE LATEST STYLES OF SILK AND
CLOl H COVERINGS made of the best materials and
MLIM? AND MM DEP1RTMEKT.
FULL LINES OF THU BEST MASES OF KID,
SILK audTHREAT' 3LOVES
Ladies' Hats t jr-.eU
And a very b< .vy stock of best Silk Ribbons of all
widths and shades; together with and ex ousivo assort?
ment of cloak sets, Bugle Gimps and Fringes, Guipure,
Brussels Thread, Cluny ord Dlond Lacas, Black and
Colored Silk Velvet Ribbons.
LADIES", GESTS', AND CHILDREN'S BEST ENG?
LISH, French, ind Gorman HOSE and HALF HOSE, of
nil qualities, m Cotton and Wod, vary ?heap.
A call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN & CO.,
No. 'UH KINS STREET,
IF O TX IR
SENT ANYWHERE BY EXPRESS, C. O. D. FOR $10,
AJJrsss AI LEN G. FOWLER,
No. 3 Park Row, New Yiik.
October 21 mwlSrao
THE FLORENCE: GAZETTE.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. AT FLORENCE.
S. C., offers au excellent medium to Merchants and
ethers who wish to extend their business io the Pee
Lee section ol' the State. Rates oi advertising very rea
sonable. September 18
?nratrved Sale Clothing, Dry Goods, Straw
Goo ts, Hosiery and Notions.
KILROY & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, at in o'clock, at their Salesrooms,
No. 138 Meeung Htieet, opposite Pavilion Hotel,
A LABOE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF SEA?
COSBISTTNO TS PATtT OF:
260 PIECES F ANC ? SATINET PANTS
160 pieces All Wool and Lined Jean Pants.
DBESS GOODS, Cslico-g, Delaines, Domestics, Sati
nets, Broadcloths, Gents' and Ladles' Hosiery, Cutlery,
Perfumer}'. Shirts, Handkcrcbleis, Neck Ties and Combs.
25 CASES WOMEN'S STBAW AND FELT HATS AND
Peremptory Sale at Auction of 300 Cases Pre
serves, Jellies, Fruits, Pickles, Clams, Bran?
dies, Wines, Russ' Punch, Cocktails, Bitters,
BY CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
At their Cash Auction House, No. 55 Hasel
Htrect, opposite Pos to flic c.
THI-- DAY, 22dlnst, at 10 o'clock.
Sam?les now open for inspection. November 22
New Enameled Cottage Sets-Bedsteads, Mat?
tresses, Rockers, Chairs, Tubbs, Carpets, and
Rolls Carpeting, ftc, ftc.
BY CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, st their salesrooms, No. 65
Hasol street. Up Stairs.
4?T" Abovo Furnitnro, A-c, now opon lor inspection.
Positive Sale, for Cash, of Two Small Lots in
rear of No. 199 St. Philip street. West side.
Three Doors below Line street, al Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. 27 Broad Street.
On TUESDAY, the 26th inst., at ll o'clock, in front of
their office, at the East end ot Broad etreet, corner of
All those TWO LOT8 OF LAND, measuring 25 feet
each, more or less; front on Black's Court by 65 feet
each in depth, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchaser to psy S. 4 McG. for papers
and stamps. November 22
Dorchester Road Farm, Six Miles From the City.
BY W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
0.1 TUESDAY, tho 2?th instant, will be sold at public
auction, at the Old Postofflcc, at ll o'clock,
All that TBACT OF LAND situated near thc Six Mile
House, containing seventy-five and a half acres; bound?
ing North and East on lands late of Brown \- Johnston,
to the South of the Dorchester Boad, Weston lands of
Beckman, Northwest on lands of Kev. P. O'Neill. Tlds
form h&9 a fine dwelling containing six rooms, kitchen,
barn, and all the necessaiy outbuildings or carrying ou
an i xt on alvo farming.
Terms-One-fourth cash; balance in one, two and
three years. Pure h. r tj pay us for papers.
November 20 wttu3
FIFTY-FIRST YEAR OF PUBLICATION.
PLANTERS' AND MERCHANTS*
FOR; 18 6 8,
WILL BE ISSUED ABOUT THE FIRST WEEK IN
December, and will cunttiu the usual valuable
Infr rmation for which it has become so justly celebrated.
This ALMANAC circulates through the Districts ot
South Carolina, and the States of North Carolins and
Georgia, and is referred tu the year round as authority
on many important subjects by Planters, Mechanics,
Merchants and Lawyers.
A limited nura ,er o:' advertisements will be taken if
applied for at once.
PUBLISHER, No. 60 BROAD STREET,
Novomber 15 fmwlmo Chatloston, 8. C.
Grape Vines, Apple, Pear, Peach,
AND OTHER FRUIT AND
rE 8UBSBli>ERS WILL RECEIVE ORDERS FOR
the above PLANTS and TREE?, from celebrated
Northern Nurseries, at Nursery prices, with expenses
For descriptive Cataloguo and price list?, apply to
KINSMAN A HOWtLL,
November 8 flu* No. 163 East Bay.
ISliC MIX & SON,
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
OF EVEBY DESCBLPTION. WHICH WILL BE SOLD
less than at any other es abhshment in tho city,
and warranted equal to any nude in tho United States.
4EsT* Descriptive catalogues sent on application.
August 30 fmwSmo
C. DUCREUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
rIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
which bas been patented in tho United States,
Frunce and England, is now ottered by the subscriber to
the public, fooling assured they ui.l find lt, upon exami?
nation, one of tho greatest invention H ot the ago.
Prominent among its advantages sro :
FUST-Tho facility with which horses may bo harness?
ed to or unharnessed from -. Carriage, also rendering lt
unnecessary for tho parson unharnessing to pass between
or behind tho horses as ls customary, thus avoiding any
liability of being kicked.
Ssooiro- In case ot a horse falling, he may bo looked
from the carriago in one second, without tho driver luav*
lng his scat It is so simple itt its operation that a child
con work lt.
Taint) A:; D GREATEST-In essen of hones taking fright,
becoming unmanaguble or running away, the terrible
consequences which so frequently follow may bo all avoid?
ed by this eimplo application to carriages, as tho horses
can bo loosed from tho carriago "ina twinkling," and the
carriago ? quickly and safely stopped.
Mr. C. DUCREUX gave several public exhibitions. Tho
great favor and praise manifested by thc public on these
occasions, is one cl tho evidences of a popular apprecia?
tion of Its merita
Terms may bo known and orders received for applying
the patent to carriages, or purchase of state Rights, by
addressing to C. DUCREUX, Patentee,
No. Elizabeth street, New York.
October 22 Smo
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
BALIK OF LIFE !
FOR ALL WHO ARK CONSUMPTIVE, OR
ARK SUSCEPTIBLE TU ANY IRRITA?
TION OF THE LUNGS WHETHER THE
COUGH HAS BEEN OF LO.VG CONTIN?
UANCE, OR OF RECENT ORIGIN.
nUMK ELIXIR SP?
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOR ITS
wonderful restorative and curative qualities. Un?
der its stimulative influence, and by its penetral ive
agcuey, this health invlgoiatlug cordial excite? a general
beneficial reaction, and disperses ttie impermeable ob?
structions which prevent access to other remedies.
While gradually reducing the acoouipanj ing constriction
which attends the malady, it reproduces the essential
warmth and elastic vigor <.f the respiratory vessels,
which, by this remedial combination, promotes tho heal
big process by which relief and cure is effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, witu every other
Aa neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any kind
are employed iu thtsPuEnowc Compound, and the most
assiduous attention given to the quality and medical
value of each component article which constitute it, it ls
confidently and conscientiously recommended for lu
saiety and reliability, without restriction tn generous,
wholesome diet, or apprehension or renewed cold from
For salo wholesale and retiil by the Proprietress, Mrs.
CECILIA RODRIGUES, uortliwest comer ol MEETING
AND SOCIETY STRFEl's, and ai the Druggist!.
PRICK SINGLE BOTTEE 31.25.
Novemb?r 12 lyr
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 o: an "Ordiuauce to R?iso Sup.
ijnes lor ino ye ir laoT," ?"i published tor the tniormntion
ot persons sailing '->oud.- by sample or otherwise, who arv
not residents o: th!? city. All such persona ure hereby
noufitd to report ai this office.
"Three dollars oe every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by persons nc: residents, bv sample ot
otherwise." W. ii. SMITH,
Marth H <:ierk or Donnell]
OFFICE OF TUE CHIEF OF POLICE, I
CHAMXSTON, S. C., Mav 4,1367. J
HPBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS ANT
A lnclosures, vaults, ?c., will commence on Monday
text, Ct inst Owners and occupants are hereby require*'
.o see that their premises are ba good condition and thal
?J1 filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections will follow.
Bv order ov Mayor GAXLLABD.
C. B. SIG WA El1.
Bacon, Tobacco, Show Cata, CounUrt, furni?
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
No. 136 Meeting Street,
W1U ?eil, THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock,
20 boxes BACON SHOULDERS, smoked and im sajfc
in lots to suit purchasers
Segare. Tobacco. 4c
Show Cases, Counters, Scale, Willow Baskets, Trunks,
SOFAS. Bureaus, Bedsteads, Washstands, Tablee,
Chairs, Office Desks, Stove, 4a
On account of an estate, Two PIANOS, Gold and Sil?
ver Watches, Binga, ic.
Terms cash._November 22
Stock in Trade, Lumber, Wood, Toole, and Mal
chintry of Hudjint, Oven* $ Co., by order of
the Court of Bankruptcy.
BY LEE & CO., Auctioneers.
Will be sold on MONDAT, November 38th. at ll o'clock,
A. M., at tbe Mill Yard, Westend of Beanfldnstreet
Terms cash. ita November 22
A Firtt-Clatt Plantation on North Santa for
Sale or to Lease.
BY I. S. E. BENNETT.
At Private Sale or to Lease
'CAT ISLAND"-a nrsUclass BICE PLANTATION
on Cat Island, on tue North Ssntee. There are about
360 acres under bank with evcelleut drainage, free ?rom
freshets. The lands are exceedingly productive, and
most of thom have boen under cultivation for two years.
On thc tract there is a flue dweUing and all buildings
necessary ftr a first cisas Plant hon, including alarga
and new threshing mill. For further particulars apply sa
above, at No 40 BROAD STREET, UP STAIRS.
November 20 wf2
A plantation of 700 ALT ct in St. George's Dor?
chester, on the Ashley River.
BY L S. E. BENNETT,
At Private Sale or to Lease
THE PLANTATION called "CAPERS and WEEK'S
FTE LD ?," about 16 miles hom the city, on the Asijicy
River. It ls accessible by Railroad, by thc Dccoester
Road, and by water. The lands which arti cleared sra
very productive. A large portion are lu nooda. The
lauding on the River ls one ot tho finest in 'no neighbor?
hood. Lurge beds of marl crop up on ibis tract.
For further particulars apply as abo*, e, at No. 40 Broad
street. Up Stairs. wf2 November 70
Gat Stock at Priva'.t Sale.
BY I. S. E. BENNETT.
At Private Sale
- SHARES CHARLESTON OAS STOCK.
Apply as above, at
No. 40 BROAD STREET,
November 20 Upstairs.
PRINTING ANO BOOKBINDING.
JAMES w. MCMILLAN, THAT*.C.JOWITT.
Late of the Late of the firm of
DAILY SIWS. BDBX1 * JOWITT.
#c]ttllLAN & JOWITT,
BOOK AND JOB
NO. 33 HAYNE STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
HAVING PURCHASED THE EN?
TIRELY new and complete Job Printing
material of tho DAILT NEWS Office, are
prepared to execute, in the highest style of
the art, at prices competing favorably with
the North, every variety of
BOOK AND JOB
BILL AND LETTER HEADS
, BUSINESS CARDS
Railroad and Steamboat Printing:,
?c., &c. Ate., &o.
PRINTING il IIS
f.ERMiA. SPAMS?? A\D FRENCH.
All orders left at the DAILY NEWS
Office will be promptly attended to.
N ovum ber 4
IO REOCLATE THE STORAGE OT PXTBOLXUX, ITS ?O'
DUCTS, AND OTBZa CtTLAXXABlX OILS.
SEC. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, tri
City Council assembled. That from and after tho 18th day
of Juno next, it shah not bc lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils on storage' or for sale in any cellar,
store or building south of Line street, in a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, ami
any such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained In
v.--.-c Li ot tin or other metal.
&?C 2. That Petroleum, its producta, or any other to
flammable oil or oils, when brought into the city by land
or water, may be kept on any lot or in any ciulding Ut
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which time lt
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
thc foregoing section.
Sac. a. Any person or persons violating any part of
thia Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable ta any Court of com?
petent j urisdf crion.
Ba?fied in City Council this twenty-first day of May, lr.
tho year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred aiK*
(L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Msyor.
Wi H. Ssrrrn. Clerk ot Council._June C
h'l H.H LO AA.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, I
Cm HALL, November 9,1868. J
A LL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN THU
.\_ tiumt DUtrictB and Waste Places of the City, on?
1er "An Act ot the General Assembly, giving authority
to tho City Council of Charleston to proceed In the rna.
ter ol a Elro Loan, with a view to aid ta building up th?
City anew," are hereby notified that the form of apph
noon tor louis can be obtained at the office ef tba Cleric
rf Council, betwecu the hours of y A M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must bec* d m the above mentioned
juice, tie the Committee win ni Crt every Monday to cor ;
?ider the same.
Ey onler of the Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November in Clerk ot Oouo<-y.
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEW*
cneiaw. S. C. Published weekly, by POWELL A
TEBJIS or BUBScarpnos ;
une copy one year.ts 00
KATES Or ADVEETUDiO :
One Square, ten Unca or less, one insertion.$1 00
l'or each subsequent Insertion. '*
AU Advertisements to be distinctly msrked, or they
will be published until ordered out, abd oharged accord?
mgly , ...
Merchants and others advcrOsiav- by the year. ?J m>??
ral deduction on thc sbuve rste? will ba made.
Novemoet is _
J. M. BR1DSTREET &
v0. -20 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
j. L. FONDA. Superintendent.