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MONDAT MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1867.
irjpira S CUM ART.
-Gold io New York closed Saturday afternoon
-Cotton closed lower at 17.i<2il7jc. for Middling.
-Cotton in Liverpool at 2 P. M. on Saturday
was quored at 8jd. Sales 10,000 bales.
-Napoleon's speeoh produced a good effect in
-Five ship-loads of German emigrants ar? on
the way to Texas.
-Usury laws have boen wholly abolished by the
North German Parliament.
-Tho Italian Government is about to issue a
large supply of papor money.
-Substantial works of defence are being rapidly
thrown up on all tho approaches to Rome.
-Two hundred emigrants from Hanover have
form a community in the mterior of Texas.
-The New York Tribu ie says the Democratic
majority in New York will be a little over 48,000.
-A Paris letter says Rosa Bonhenr's visit to the
United States some time next year is a fixed fact.
-Vermont has rejected a bill allowing parties to
agree on a higher rate of interest than six per
-Dr. Livingston has been heard fnap. He is
kno *vn to have been Baie in the middle of Afrioa in
-Most extensive military preparations are be?
ing made for the execution of the Fenians in Man?
-The Jacksonville (Fla.) Mercury says that
oranges are tho most profitable crop grown in
-Mecklenburg, Gormany, has lost 12 per cent,
of its population ia ten years by emigration to the
-Indicati:na seem strong that Judge Thurman
(Democrat) will be the next United States Senator
chosen from Ohio.
-John Mitchell, it is stated, intends to prose
cuto General John A. Dix for "false imprison?
ment" during tae war.
-The New York Tribune says that half a mil?
lion of dollars was lost and won on the late elec?
tion in the city of New York.
-Ritualism is on the rise in New York. The
latest convert is Dr. Seabury, of the Church of the
Annunciation, on Fourteenth street.
-Tennessee is debating the passage of a dog
law, one of the provisions vf which shall exempt
one dog in each family from taxation.
-City cars now ron in Pailade'phra on Sunday,
and the newspapers say they are mach better pa?
tronized than on other days in the week.
-Bear-Admiral loiter has written a vigorous
letter, commending a proposition to establish ma?
rine schools for bringing up lads for the merchant
-I he steamer Quaker City, which has arrived at
New Yor.:, has Bailed li; QC miles. No death, sick?
ness or accident occnreJ to any of tho excur?
-New Orleans, .ter a more severe epidemic
than has been known since 1853, i i now filling up
and enjoying the prospect of an unusually busy
and gay winter.
-Additional Bubscriptions of $20,000,000 are de?
manded in London to complet? the Suez Canal,
which, it has been reportad several tunes, was
-Genet al Mower, in command at New Orleans,
has been directed, from Washington, to suspo id
his ordere removing the judicial and State officers
until General Hancock's arrival.
-The operatio strikers in New York gave "Romeo
and Julut" in a lager beer saloon Tuesday even?
ing. The baloony soena was sung by a male Juliet
Standing on a table and a Romeo under ic.
?The official vote of California at tho election
In Septamber has bten announced. For Gover?
nor, Haight, Democrat, received 19,905 votes; Gor?
ham, Republican, 40,359; and Fay, Independent,
-While General Butler was In Norfolk on Mon?
day a white haokman named Adams refused to let
biot rido in his hack. A subscription has been
.tarted among the oitisens to purchase the hack
sun a new carriage.
-Ohio is now the chief wool growing State, hav?
ing 6,608,052 sheep out 82.650,797 in the whole
United States. In 1366 tho Lve stock of Ohio was
valued at $151,000,000, which is greater than in any
Other Seato, except New York.
-it is reported that seventy families living in
Johnstown, Pa., ore about to migrate to Kentucky
ia a body. Tuey have secured 23,000 acres of land
on the La.king river, about fifty miles from Cin?
cinnati, paying therefor fifty cents per acre.
-The eye eight of Hon. Reverdy Johnson ia not
so seriously affected as has been stated. He sees
quite distinctly every object; and although Ins
vision is not absolutely perfect, ho abstains from
reading only upon the advice of his physioianr.
-Ibo Mil ?va uki e News of the IC tb eays the Wis?
consin Assembly will consist of forty-one D?mo?
dais, fiity-seven Republicans, and two indepen?
dent-a clear Republican majority of bat fourteen.
Fairchdd will hs ve a majority in the State of about
-D. Teophilo Marin, one of the ministers of
Maximilian, died near Havana, Cuba, a few days
ago. He was on his way to Europe when death
overtook him. Another well-known gentleman,
D. Miguel AlcLma, tho wealthiest mab m Havana,
has also died. He enjoyed a very high reputation
as a man of letters, and was noted for his charity.
-General Sickles followed Mr. Sumner at the
Cooper xnsiitute, New York, on Tuesday night.
He s .at jd that he had been two years at the South,
and was convinced that the people of the South
knew their right? and their duties to the Govern?
ment, and would be loyal for all time. Mr. Sickles
(he is no longer General) mast have heard of the
-Prairie fires still continue io rage in nearly all
sections of 'be-West, bat have been particularly
severe in W.'s tern and Northern Missouri, where
immense amounts of property have been destroy?
ed. The pra r.es are said to be burning along the
line of the Illinois Central Railroad for a distance
of 100 miles, and in Union county, Illinois, the
flames extend into tho woods.
-It is stated that m a certain window in Broad- ?
way New York, in an unobtrusive case of ordinary
BJM and pattern, three hundred thousand dollars
worth of diamonds are lying exposed to public
view. This is said to bo th? famous collection con- '
tributed by tho ladies of the South to aid the "re?
bellion," and is to bo used by tao Gettysburg As?
sociation in the raising of funds for the enterprise ?
of founding a homo lor crippled soldiers on the (
battle field at that place.
-Thaddens Stevens offer? for sale the Caledonia '
Iron Works in Pennsylvania, destroyed by the in- 1
.urgent foi ces in July, 1853. The land consists ol i
nearly twenty-one thousand acres. If it is not i
.old he proposes to rebuild tho works under a ]
ohorter obtained tor manufacturing purposes. ;
Which contains the privilege of building a Railroad (
from the Maryland hco to the Susquehanna River. .
It is also tho intention of Mr. S evens to build thi.
road if sufficient stick can bo disposed of for that .
- General Walter H. Stevens, whose death at
Vera Cruz is Just announced, was a native of New ]
York, but all his sympathies were with tho South- j
am cause, and when tho late war brok J out he (
promptly resigned bis commission in the regular j
army ol tho United States. Accepting a commis?
sion in th i engineer corps of tho Confederate army
he quickly gained distinction by the exercise of 1
his peculiar talents. For a considerable length of i
time he hod charge of tho dofenoes of Richmond, ;
bat sub ;?qently, in 1864, was appointed Chief Ea- ?
ginser of the Army of Northern Virginia.
-We have advioes from China and Japan to the
loth and 25:h of October. The native junkmen on '
the Peiho River have shown such gre it hostility !
to foreigners that trouble was anticipate J. The
English Admiral had been fired at while on board
bis ship, and the American steamer Wachusett
was threatened. A fear tal cyclone had occurred
at Hong Kong, doing damage estimated at $10,
000 000. Commercial failuies continued plentiful
in China. In Japan the opening of Jcddo was
considered very problematical. A disastrous in?
undation had occnrre.1 at Manilla, that place hoing
ta three d iys under water.
-Iho Hon. Bovordy Johnson hts put forth an?
other able and vinous polit jal pamphlet, being
?AFurther Cona;deration of tue Dangerous Condi?
tion of the Country, the Causes which havo Led to it.
?nd the Duty of tho People." In this pamphlet,
among other mattere conclusively disposed of, are
the aophiams of Mr. Thaddeus Stevens in regard
JO the alleged adoption of the fourteenth amond
ment to the Constitution, under which Mr. Ste
vens claims the rower of Congress to "regulate
the elective franchise, so far us it regards the
whole nation, in every State of tho Union." Mr.
Johnson shows that the alleged amendment con?
fers no such power.
-The Washington correspondent of tho New
York Herald says that the counsel of Hon. Jell
Davis will object to his being tried by Judgo Un?
derwood or a negro jury. Ono reason why they
object to Underwood is that the Row Paul Bagley,
who visited Mr. Dans iu Montreal last Summer,
saw Judge Underwood on his return to Virginia,
and be (Underwood) said to him: "Well, I hope
you will have nothing more to do with him
Davis. I will have him convicted, confiscate his
lands, sell them to the negroes at fifty cents an
acre, and you can go down there and get a good
plaoe to pieach to them." Another cause of chal?
lenge stated by this ocunsel is the fact that when
Judge Underwood was before the Judiciary Com?
mittee he was asked whether Jeff. Davis could be
convicted in Richmond, and he is said to have re?
plied that he could pack a Jury which would con?
vict him, but he could not be convicted otherwise.
This was before the inauguration of negro juries.
His counsel will object to a negro jury, first, be?
cause having such a jury will bo illegal; and, sec?
ond, because it is not possible that any negro jury
can be, in point of fairness or capacity, competent
to try him. If the Court overrule the objections of
the counsel and determine to try him by a negro
jury, his counsel will withdraw and leave the pris?
oner lupo devorandum.
Thc Tax Order.
It is understood that this important Order
will be published in a day or two. The
subject has been fully discussed by Genoral
CAMBY and Governor OER, and several rad?
ical changes have been made which, we are
satisfied will please the mercantile community
beyond measure. We are not at liberty to
state the changes made, but our readers may
be assured they are of a character which will
have a healthy influence in restoring the pros?
perity of the State.
The Elections tn the State.
Th'3 following table shows, in a condensed
form, the number of registered voters, white
and black, in each district, and the number of
votes, white and blaok, cast in each district in
favor of Convention. This table will be cor?
rected and enlarged, from day to day, as our
correspondents forward their returns :
REGISTERED. VOTE FOB CONVEN?
District*. Whites. Blacks. Whites Blacks.
Abbo ville.1722 3352 3 1064
Barnwell.1902 3G95 5 915
Boaufort. 934 6273 ? 516
lierkel v. 982 8264 0 1391
Charleston.3452 5111 69 4687
Cnester.1222 2198 5 1767
Clarendon. 754 1552
CoUeton.1870 3870 1 1345
Darlington.1572 2910 30 1
leefield.2507 4367 ? 1094
Tanfield. 942 2434 4 1366
Georgetown_ 432 2726
Kershaw. 859 1765 22 1406
Lancaster. 983 e81
Laur us.1628 2372 4 474
Marion.1837 1737 1 346
Marlborough... 961 1207 10 981
Newberry.1181 2251 29 1958
Orangeburg.. ..1645 3371 0 238
Pickena.2075 858 0
Ricbla. d.1235 2812 14 1829
apartanburg. . .2690 1462
Williamsburg... 800 1725
York.2006 2078 M 270
Total. ...45,751 79,585 221 21,969
THE VOTE AGAINST CONVENTION.
The following table shows tho vote "against
Districts. Whats. Blacks. Total
Chester.141 4 145
Fairfield. 10 1
Greenville. 20 0 20
Newberry.- - ll
Piekeus. - - 9
Richland. - - 34
The Repeal of tho Cotton Tax-An Impor?
The whole body of the Northern press and
people, not to speak of the South, are now
clamoring for the immediate repeal of the cot?
ton tax. Not a single voice, we believe, has
yet been raised against the measure, and it
seems to be conceded on all sides, that Congress
will speedily respond to the popular demand.
We uotioe, however, that some of the leading
New York journals suggest that, in the act of
repeal, a clause should provide that no ootton
should be exempted except that which is in
the hands of the producers. It is urged that
there will be no injustice in this, l'or those who
have bought have made their purchases with
the knowledge of the law. This proposed
proviso will doubtless have a tendency to check
shipments from the interior until Congress
shall have taken definite action in the matter.
Though the winds may blow and crack their
cheeks on the Eastern coast of North America,
this peculiarly favored land is free from those
fearful hurricanes which work such havoc in
the East and West Indies, and some parts of
China. They are read of, and talked about, as
things in which the happy American has but
little interest; and it is only when such loss of
life occurs as that lately reported at Tortola
and St. Thomas, that their magnitude and
force is felt and understood.
These hurricanes make their assaults princi?
pally in September and October, and, by one
of them, in an hour is destroyed the labours of
a year. Whole fields of sugar-cane are whirled
iu the air, and scattered over the face of the
country. The strongest trees of the forest aro
torn up by the roots, and driven about like
stubble. Windmills, with their ponderous ma
chinery, are swept away in a moment. Houses
are no protection; for the roofs are torn off at
one blast, while the rains rush i j with an irre?
sistible violence. There are signs by which
their approach may be foretold; but even the
red a.:d turbulent sky, the rumbling in the
bowels of the earth, the burs around the stars,
he strong odour of the sea, and the ii) if Jug
?viuda, only give warning of the danger, with?
out ?howing how its terrors may be avoided.
The late hurricane was one of the most de
itruotive that ever swept over the West Indies.
Tortola may not have been submerged, but
here and at St. Thomas's there was a fearful
oss both of property and life. Its course was
rom East to West, for after leaving St. Thomas
t hurried on to Porto Rico, where it made sad
vork, and then, travelling along the coast of
Jayti, fell upon Santo Domingo, leaving a
irge portion of that city in ruins. Its fury
nust hara been spent in the country between
Santo Domingo and Port-au-Prince, otherwise
he latter city would have suffered as severely
is the former.
Again and again have tho West Indies been
-avaged by hurricanes. Ia 176S at Havana,
Tour thousand houses were destroyed, and one
housand inhabitants perished. In 1819 no
.ess than one hundred and four vessels were
lost. In 1815 the whole island of Jamaica was
ielugcd, hundreds of houses were washed
iway, and thousands of persons were drowned.
Barbadoes, in 1780, lost four thousand of its
inhabitants, by a hurricune; and in 1831, by
the same cause, thousands of persons perished,
and an immense amount of property wa8 (?e,
As to the nature ot' hurricanes, it bast jen
demonstrated that they are progressive whirl?
winds; but although prevailing with the great?
est fury in tho torrid zone, they never touch cr
cross the equator. They occur occasionally in
the temperate zone, but not, as far as is known,
in the polar regions.
GENERAL POPE has, i*. teems, found out to
his own satisfaction the true intent and pur?
pose of the Congressioal scheme of Recon?
struction. He says, in his otficial report, that
the reconstruction acts were passed for the
purpose of giving the people of the Military
Districts a free and fair opportunity of recon?
structing their.State governments in the man
ner, und on thc conditions, therein specified.
Wc " outer barbarians " believe that there was
nothing either "free or fair" iuthc Recon?
struction programme; and where the only
alternative is between being killed and killing
oneself, it is surely best to avoid the sin of self
murder. General POPE also found out that the
disloyal Georgia press were supported by
state and municipal patronage, in which case
there were better off than are the newspapers
of the Carolinas. The removal of the Mayor
of Mobile was "necessary;" so was the cutting
off of advertisements from innocent daily pa?
pers; so was the POPE code of General Orders,
for the keystone of the whole fabric lay in
these classical words : Salus Pope suprema lex.
A COBBESPOXDENT asks to be informed
what steps have been taken for insuring the
meeting of the Convention of Sea Island Plant?
ers, proposed to bo held in this city on December
1. Ata meeting of the "Planters Association" of
St. Helena and Ladies Island, on the loth inst,
a delegate to the Charleston Convention was
appointed, and it is now desired to be known
what districts will be represented and what
course of proceeding has been decided on. The
DAILY XEWS has warmly recommended the
holding of the Convention, and we shall be
glad to hear, from those who have the matter
in charge, what progress has already been
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT BT A WHITE
FEMALE as a MANTUA MAKER, who is well ac?
quainted witta the u.-c ot' the sowing machine. Lnquire
at THIS OJUf ICE. mws3* November 26
WANTED_A YOUNG LADY WASTS A
SITUATION the ensuing year 83 TEACHER in a
private family. She will give thorough instructien in
the English branches ol' educat.on and teach voting be?
ginnen in the French language. The best references
given, ajd terms moderate. Address "MISS L. Vt'.,"
care of Dr. C. B. Jones, Ashland, Hanover County, Va.
November 25 Imo
WANTED, AGENTS EVLRV\VHbltM, TO
soil the MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM. Sample
doz., terms, show car iv, etc., sent on receipt of
D. CUMMINGS ACO..
No. 42 South Market street, Boston.
November 25 amos
TITAN'! ED, BY A YOUNG AMERICAN
Vf LADY, rrom New York, a situation us compan?
ion, Lady's Maid, Nurse and seamstress, or to take care
of au invalid. Please address, for one day only, stating
terms or where sn intervLw may be had. Address "W.
G.," at the Daily News Otfice. 1* November 25
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHER.
The subscriber, who has had eight years experi?
ence in bia profession, as Principal ol Academies,
and is at piesent Principal of Montreal Academy
in Nelson County, Va., deanes to remove south
on account ot the health of his lainily, and
will accept a situation either ta a Male or Female
college or Academy, or in a Private School that
will yield ''im a aupport, anywhere ia Georgia or South
Carolina. He teacnes, besides tiie English branches and
Aiathematics, tho Latin, Greek, French and spanish Lan?
guages, ana will (,ive satisfactory testimonials of his com?
petency, suocess and popularity an a Teacher. Address
E. E. JEFFERSON, Montreal, Jefferson county. Va.
November 23 Imo
MERCHANTS, DEALERS, TRADERS. OR
anybody requiring the services of an expert Ac?
countant, will please address E. D. F., at the OfUce of
the CBABLESTOX DAILY NEWS.
HOUSE WANTED-A RESPONSIBLE
party wants to rent a house in the business part
ui ino city. Address conditions to "ALPHA," DAILY
> EWB Ol'ice 12 November 22
INFORMATION WANTED.-ANY INFORMA?
TION lou at the DALLY NEWS OFFICE comerning
Air. EDWARD FRANCIS WINN, who came to this oily
iron Bluffton about faur mouths since, wiL be thank
luliy .eceived by his brothor, W. T. Wi NN.
November 22 6
WANTED, A COOK AND WASHER. ONE
who oan come well recommended will hear of a
good situation by applying ut ir.e Northeast corner of
KU l LEDGE AMJ HULL STREET*.
AGENTS WANTED_810 TO g?o A DAY,
. to introduce our new liaient STAR SHUTTLE 6EW
la?i MACHINE. Pries $20. It uses two threads, and
makes the genuine Lock butch. All other low-priced ma
chinea mass the Chain Stitch. Exclusivo territory gi\ on
bend lor circulars. W. u. WILDON & co., M&uuiac
turera, Clevelau i, Ohio. Imo November 18
WAITED-A SITUATION, BY A YOUNG
Man, aa CLERK or PORTER; writes a good hand,
and oan givo satisfactory rel er en oe?. Address H, at tum
omeo. 13 November 15
AGEA TS WANTED FOR A VIRGINIA
LTBE IN;CuANCE COMPANY. -The Richmond
Hanki. g and Insurance Company, of Richmond, Va.,
IN -URES LIVES on ilia most reasonable tarma, with se?
Tnose unable to insure are MADE ABLE.
AGEN i o WANTED ia avery city and county m tho
App.icants for Agencies will address
f. B. STARKE, General Agent,
November 12 Imo Box No. 203, Richmond, Va.
WANTED. BY A L ?DY COMPETENT TO
teach English, 1- reach und Music, employment in
the city. Address X. Y. Z., Duily News O Ul co.
November S Imo
WAN TED-SALESMEN IN EVERY COUN?
TY bomb, torsnartiuie in great demand; 9500
maus by one agent his first mouth. Address immedi?
ate.y BUSJ a. MAC EATHKO.>, Louisville, Ey.
October ill Imo
TO RENT, THAT DESI H ABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. 33 Radcliffe street, two doors West of I
coming streut containing six Urge square ruoms, two
dressing rooms and pantry, gas throughout the house,
large and commodious outbuildings, une cistern, car?
riage house and stable. The premises are in thorough
repair. Possession given at once, Tor terms apply to
GEO. H. INGKAHAM ? SON,
November 26 mwi3 Vaudernont Whan.
TO RENT, TWO OR THREE PLEASANT
Southwest ROOMS in a respectable private tamily
near the Battery, with our without Hoard. One or two
gentlemen may obtain Board on r ?aso nu bis terms.
1H> RENT, THE CHARLESTON .LUS
HOUSE, having been thoroughly refitted and re?
furnished, is now offered for DALE-, PARTIES and EX?
HIBI iIONS, Company and society Meetings, Ac.
For terms apply to
W. Y. LEITCH A R. S. BRUNS,
November 13 wfm6 No. 24 Broad street.
COOPER RIVER LANDS OF AN ESTATE
FOR LEASK-POINT COMFORT PLANTATION,
on tho Western branch ot Cooper Uiver, w?l bo leased
for one year from 1st January, 1868. It contains 150
a .res prime river swamp Rice Land, about 4u acres inland
swamp Rice Laud, and 180 acres bes; quality Upland, tor
Cotton or Provis.ons. Applications ?or leuso wm bs re?
ceived in writing to 15th December next, and submitted to
Muster in Equity tor upp."oval. Conditions n ude known
on application to T. GRANGE SIMONS,
November 4 m5 Executor.
FOR RENT,PART OF A DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED MANSION, in the southwestern por?
tion ot the city, consisting of a suite of three or lour
spacious rooms on tho first floor, witta kitchen and ser?
vants' apartments. Terms moderate. Address "A,"
Daily News Office. November 19
rivO RENT, THAT HANDSOME RESIDENCE,
J. No. 59 BEA UFA IN STREET, wiih ine Flower Gar?
den and large uud commodious outbuildings. Posses?
sion given on the brut December. Apply to
WM. B. HERIOT A CO.,
November 19 10 No. 54 Urood street.
TO RENT. FOUR ROOMS I Ai A DELIGHT?
FULLY situated House on south Bay, and kuchen
room if lequired. Apply ai No. 35 HAY.?E STREET.
TO LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
the VALUABLE ESTATE belonging to the late
Colonel Kent, situated m orange'u?ig District, lonsist
iug of 36t0 acres, two-thirds cleared. The soil is rich
red clay, fine lor al kinds of crops. J he Estate ls water?
ed by a large cree?, on which isa FINE MILL SEAT
AND DAM COMPLETE; une Lost water-power la the
state lor Milla and Factories; situation healthy all tue
year round. On the place are sixty laborers ^freedmen),
wno would contract cheaply, aa they desire to remain.
The Estate will be leased lor a term of years in ono
body, or in farms to suit small capital. For terms, ap?
ply to MOWRY & CO. November 12
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST OR STOLEN, A CUR DOG, AL?
MOST black, with a white, ring around his neok
and white breast. A suitable reward will be paid tor his
?eturntoT. F. O'sULLI *AN, No. 21 Wall street, cr at
thia office. November 25
DOG LOST_A SMALL WHITE POODLE,
with Morocco CoLar about his neck. A suitable
rnward will be paid for his return to E. BATES, No. 3
/ .asel street 2_November 25
rLKEN UP, WHILE GOING AT LARGE,
and lodged at this station, a large white SETTuR,
with liver colored spots about the head- The owner may
recover property by calling and establishing his chum
tneieto. JOHN c. MINOTT,
l t Lieut. L. W. and Acting Chief or Police.
Main Guard House, Nc v. 24, 1867. 2 November 25
LOST, YESTERDAY ON (?KOA D STKKET
or East Bay, a POCKET BOOK, containing about
seventeen dollars in cash, and some papers o? no valus
ezceDt to the owner. The Under may retain the money
if ho will return the papers to F. M., DAILY NEWS
OFFICK _ 6_November 23
DHOPPED ON TliE NIGHT OF THE 13TH
November, near the Actor's entrance of thc Circus
pallion, a MEDIUM-SIZED WHITE ERMINE FUR
CAPE, the two lower Buttons of White Glass, and the
whole lined with White bilk. The finder wiU obtain a
amiable reward by leaving it ai the DETECTIVE'.'
OFFICE, ia Broad streot. November 14
FOR SALE -A NO. 1 WORK HORSE
warranted sound and gentle. Also, u good BLGGY
A.\D HARNESS. Apply Northwest corner ot Queen and
State streets. 1* November 2-5
MULES AND HORSES FOR SALK -FIFTY
head of MUi ES and HORsES just arrived irom
Virinnia, and for sale ?t CHRIsT ;PHER A CO,'3 STA
B..ES, No. 5l>6 RING STREET.
No vern uer 25 2*
"PORSALE, A FIXE MILCH COW, IN GOOD
WY-T r er" Fm Particulars, &c, apply at the G^S
"JxU^Cannon street mwf3 Novembor 25
F i,* AnLE.-A **** OF LAND, SITCATKD
weat, meaau??f'1: bftween Meeting anu Elizabeth
ply No. ?Tii?f, dlvi,aed H deslred- For ?? not, ap
da Un?? "U8et' wLwu *U be made accommo
-?-JU. November ll
K of all kiLds SAffl^?E*B * *li0*L
Real Esiau AIFi'01^ * M ATD. EWES',
November 9 U Ag8au' No- 66 ?road "reel.
FOR SALE, OLDNEAVsPAPlJfT?Tv aw
FRIENDSHIP LODGE. No. 9, A.?. F.-. M.?.
ABEDULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will bo hold THU Evening, at 7 o'clock, at tho Ma
Members and Candidates govern themselves accord?
By order of the W. M. E. SCOTT,
November 25 1 Secretary F. L., No. 9.
PALMETTO PlONF.KR CO-OP_RATlVE
AN EXTRA MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS,
calle i for the purpose of considering the propriety
ot establishing a supply atore immediately, will bo held
at the Hall of the Palmetto Fire Engine Company, This
Evening, at half-past 7 o'clock.
By order. JOHN F. MAHER'
November 25 X Secretary.
SCHOOL t SCHOOL! SCHOOL I
MISS PHILLIPS RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HEB
friends and the public that the duties of her School
are continued at St. Stephen's Chapel, Anson street
formerly in connection with her Brother, Bev. H. L.
Phillips. She promises to give satisfaction in all of the
English Branches, which will be taught oy herself, on
terms that will accommodate any individual. If desired,
lessons in Frenrh. German and Drawing Riven without
extra charge. Embroidery and Needle Work taught in
the afternoon._mWf3 November 26
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
THE ANNUAL EXAMINATION OF THIS SCHOOL
will commence at 10 A. M. on Monday. 25th Novem?
ber, and be continued on Tuesday, Wednesday and Fri?
Parents and (ruardians of pupils, and the publlo gene?
rally, are respec?ully invited to attend.
November 20 9 w. B. KINGMAN, Principal.
YOUNG LADIES* COLLEGIATE INSTI?
THE EXIGENCIES OF THE TIMES HAYE CAUSED
the Commissioners of the State Normal and High
Schoo t to use the building aa a Free School. The State
Normal and High School, as now organized, wi. 11. ereft re
be trat sferred, under the title of the YOUNO LADlEa'
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, to the commodious building
on thc north side of George street. No. 28, one door west
ot King street, opening OCTOBER 2d, 1867.
Tuition in the Preparatory Depirtment, $12.60 per
half session, or $50 per annum; in the Co.legiale Depart?
ment, $16 per half session, or $60 por annum. French,
Drawing, and Vocal Music, are Included In the regular
course. Latin, Greek, German. Italian, Spanish, Iii*
6frumental Music and Painting, are extra, at moderate
A limite t number of Boarder- will be received at the
Institute. Board, $80 per month, or $300 per annum,
including Washing, Lights, Fuel. etc. Parlor Boarders
received at the above price?. All payments strictly in
Board of Instruction as follows : Rev. HENRY M.
MOOD. A. M.. Principal; Kev. HENRY A. BASS, A. M.,
Protossorof Mathematics and Ancient Languages; Pro?
fessor LEWIS H. GIBBS. A. M., M. D., Lecturer on
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy; Professor F. S.
HOLME*, Lecturer on Geology and Natural History;
L. A, FRAMPTON, M. D., Professor of Modern Lan?
guages i Pr ol essor WM. MASTERMAN, Instructor in
Vocal Music; Miss MARY 0. MOOD, Instructress in
Drawing and Painting; Miss LAURA M. HILL, Instruc?
tress in English Branches.
September 2 mthlmos
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL, OF THE CHURCH
OF THE HOLY COMMUNI?N.
JOHN GADSDEN, Prin.apal, with a Corps of Teachers.
HOARD Or TBCSTEES. .
RKV. A. TOO UER PORTER, Rector.
G. A. 1BENHOLM, I EDWARD h EBBING,
JOHN BANCELL, J. D. ALEXANDER.
M. T. BARTLETT, |
EVAN EDWARDS, Secretary and Treasurer.
fTlHlS SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED (D. V.) ON THE
JL 9th of DECEMBER. Session of TEN MONTHS.
Holidays, ons week at Christmas, Good Friday and East?
er Monday, August and September. The hours will be
from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M. The Infant Classes, 9 A. M. to
12 M. The Recesses will be in rotation ot 16 minutes
Boya' and Girls' departments distinct. Sewing and
Embroidery, voluntary classes, ofter the exercises of the
TERMS-Books at wholesale cost price, and found to
those who cannot purchase. Tuition 60 cents a month,
in advance. Applications for admission made between
hours of 8 and 10 A, M. at house of the Rector, corner
Rutledge and Spring streets, till i urtu er notice.
November G wfml6
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED IN A
private family, at Na. 46 EAST BAY, near tba
Baitery. Terms $8 per week. wfm October 9
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable ratea, by applying at No.
i A KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
the Citadel. The Street Cara pass the door every ten
minutos. 3 mo October 7
KUI TISH CONSULATE
REMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. 48 BROAD STBEET, until further no?
tice. GEO. RIVERS WALKES,
October SO H. M Acting Consul
BOOTS, SHOES, ETO.
SfiLLlMOFF! SELLING OFF
For 15 Days Only !
No. 260 KING STREET,
Opposite Beaufain St.,
IN THE BEND.
BOOT ll SHOE STORE,
IS SELLING HIS STOCK OF LADIES', GENTS',
AND MISSEV BOOTS AND 8HOE8 "AT COST,"
a.id respectfully Invites the attention of his custcmers,
and the i ublic in general, to his large and wah ac lao ted
stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, til which will be sold
at New York and Boston prk es.
Country purchasers will do well to call and examine
before purchasing elsewhere.
A large su ok ot PLANTATION BOOTS AND SHOES.
Don't forget the place, "No. 260 KINO 8 l'REET, OP?
November 15 fmw9
STOCK NOW COMPLETE.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BOOTS. SHOES li TRUNKS
AT No. 141 MEETING STBEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 31 Imo
ROBERT MURE & CO.,
BOYCE & CO.'S WHARF,
IIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS
J ot COTTON, RICE OR NAVAL 8TOBE8, to Liver?
pool, London and Glasgow, and to Northern ports.
October 29 Imo
H. fi. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
EEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
SO- Auction of HORSES. FURNITURE, tc, ?very
Wednesday. October 19
?L?B? 1 6ILULAKD i, SOS,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. .13 HAINE STREET,
WILLIS & OfllSOLM,
FACTORS, H nam,
WILLA'iTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMT
Still MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) oi
COTTON, ri I LE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. H. C.
E. WILLIS.A. B. OfllSOLM
PIANO-FORTES-GRAND, SQ.UARE AND
UPRIGHT-Which ara now acknowledged to be,
by the Leading Art Itu in this countrv, SUPEBIi >B To
ANY OTHERS IN AMERICA. These Instrumenta pos?
sess every modern improvement, are of the largest size,
finished in CARVED and PLAIN ROSEWOOD CASES,
embracing ovary variety of aryle. Each has thofuU
METALLIC FRAME. OVERSTRUNG BASS (with or with?
out the agrade arrangement. Each has the FRENCH
GRAND ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to any
other in rapid execution. These Instruments are ail
SEVEN, SEVEN AND A QUABTEB and SEVEN AND A TUTED
OCTAVES; constructed of T.IOBO?GHLY SEASONED WOOD,
aud of tho finest and best material. For oasAT POWER,
5INOI.NO QUALITIES, SWEETNESS and IBBH OP TOKE
throughout the enure REQUITES: ELEGANCE OF FINISH
and GRtAT DURABILITY, the Piano-Fortes of Messrs.
JcNNYS t SON are unsurpassed by any other makers in
the WORLD, and have taken the HIGHEST PREMIUM
WHEREVER EXHIBIl EX. Toe same faculties which
enable this firm to produce a SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT,
also enable them to offer their PIANO-FORTES to the
public ut TWENTY PEE CES;:, lower than any other FIBST
CLASS manufacturer in the country.
The special attention of Dealers, Teachers and others
ia invito I to the ex-.miuatlon of these Pian., before mak?
ing their selection elsewhere. Every Instrument is tully
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS. Descriptive circu?
lars sent tu all parts of the country upon appl'Ca?on. Ad?
dress, JENNYS & ?UNs,
Nos. 23? and W East '?Ut ?f-ork.
Between 2d and 3d Avenues. No? roct.
THE l RI-Wh-K.LY NEWS.
PUBLISHED IN WINNSBORO' S. C., AFFOBDS ?
pro?tubU? medium for th? advertising public ol
We respectfully solicit their patronaae for our tnutuc)
JAlLLARD, p_SPORTES k WILLIAMS.
Lossees and Managers.JOHN TEMPLETON A BBO.,
Of the Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
SEVENTH NIGHT OP THE SEASON.
This Eyening, November 25.
THE HEIR" AT LAW.
TO HE FOLLOWED BT
LOVE IN ALL CORNERS.
Curtain rise* Rt quarter to 8 o'clock.
Admission and Reserved seats, tl; Colored seats 76
cents; Boys, SO cents.
^-Tickets can be procured at the Box Office through?
out the day. ? November 26
AMUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ?NTEBTAINMENT
of this Society wfl! take placo THUBSDAY EVEN
IN O-, 2Sth November, 1867. .
Nov.xober 25 mwthS THE DIRECTION.
EDGERTON & RICHARDS
HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR FALL AND WLNTEB
STOCK OF CLOTHS, CASSIMERJLS AND VEST?
ING.-, which they are prepared to make up, OB WILL
BELL BY THE YARD.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
SUCH AB :
WHITE LINEN BOSOM 3HIBT9, SHAK8PEABE COL
Merino and Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers
Duke of Edinburgh Cravat lies
Suspenders, Eid Gloves
Linen Cambric HandV .chiefs. Cotton Half HOM
English bilk Umbrellas, etc.
ALL OF WHICH IBBY WILL SELL AT THE LOWES!
BARGAINS IN FLANNELS.
SAXONY, WELSH, PATENT AND TWILLED SCAB
LET, of direct importation bom Liverpool, which We
offer at Wholesale and B?tail, at a considerable reduction
from import coat, or as low aa the inferior article of
American Flannels. They are all Wool, without mixture
of shoddy, and are admirably adapted for Ladies' Balmo?
Noa. 33 AND 34 BROAD STREET.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC,
WILLUM G. WfllLDEN & CO.
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC
Large and Varied Assortment [i
AND WHICH THEY OFFER FOB SALE ON
MOST REASONABLE TERMS.
CONSISTS IN PART OPi
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, JEWELRY, SIL
VEE AND PLATED WABE of all lands and patterns
FANCY GOCDS, VASES, TOILET SETS, POWDER
BOXES, CIGAR STANDS, and TOBACCO BOXES,
CUT AND PBESSED GLASSWARE of all styles and
WHITE AND DECORATED
TEA, DINKER MD CHAMBER SETS,
WITH EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
CROCKERY AND EARTHENWARE.
AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
PARLOR, OFFICE AND MARINE
MARBLE. EBON, WALNUT AND MAHOGANY
G WIRE! GLASSWARE ! !
TVTOW OPEN AND FOB SALE, A FINE ASSORTMENT
jy of CUT AND PRESSED GOBLETS, TUMBLEB8,
CHAMPAGNE CLARET and WINE GLASSES.
From 12 60 per dozen to 113. r?
From 75c. to S3 SO.
tUr Housekeepers will please call and examine, at
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 266 KINO, comer Beaufaln street*.
TOOTH & NAIL BRUSHES, .
?J?10B SALE LOW AT
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO. c
LADIES' AND GENTS' "
AT ALL PRICES, FROM $1 TO $6, LESS THAN
New York gold prices.
A fall assortment of fine F BENCH AND ENGLISH
PORTEMO::AIES, ?Ut bound, at
WM. G. WHILDEN & CO.,
No. 266 KING, oorner Bee ufain streets.
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINE
GOLD MD SOLID SILVER WATCHES, j
ALL WARRANTED TO RUN AND THOROUGH?
LY REGULATED, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.?260 to $1000
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches. 200 to 600
100 La-ies' Watches, Enamelled. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 260 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Levers.2O0 to 260
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.160 to 200
600 Gold Hunting American Watches.100 to 260
500 Silver Hunting L?vera. 60to 160
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 260
600 Lidies' Gold Watches. 60 to 260
1000 Gold Hunting Lepinea. 60 to 76
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all ."duds. 60 to 100
2600 silver Hunting Watches. 26 to SO
6000 Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 76
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular one
price plan, giving every patron a fine Gold or balid Sil?
ver Watch tor *lu, without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnifi?
cent Stock. Certificates, naming the articles, are placed
in f a&led envelope., and well atoad. Holders are enti?
tled to the article named on their certificate, upon pay?
ment of Ten Dc'Vrs, whether lt be a Watch worth 51000
or one worth lee. The return of any of our certificates
entitles yon to the article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective of ita worth; and as no arti ole valued leas
than 510 is named on any certificate, it will at once
be seen that thia la no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate transaction, which may be participated in
even by th? mott fastidious 1
A single Certificate will be sent 1>7 mall, postpaid, upon
receipt of 26 cents, 3vo for $1, eleven for 52, thirty-three
and elegant premium for 56, sixty-six and mora valuable
premium for 510, one hundred and moat superb Watch
i or 516. To Agents, or those wishing employment, thia
la a rare opportunity. It la a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by the Government, and open
to the moat careful scrutiny. Try us. Address
WBIGHT. BRO. A CO,,
Importers, No. 101 Broadway, N. Y.
IO BEOOXATE THE STORAGE OF PETROLEUM, ITS PRO?
DUCTS, AND OTHES, TNTLAJOfABLE OILS.
SEC. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, m
City Council mumbled, That from and after the 15th day
of June next, it shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, bock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils cn storage or for aale in any cellar,
store or building south of Line afreet, in a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
uny auch quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessels of tin or other rectal.
SEO. 2. That Petroleum, ita products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought into the city by land
or water, may be kept on any lot or in any building in
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration ot wblch time it
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
the foregoing section.
SEO. 3. Any person or persons violating any part ia
this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of com?
p?tent j urisdiction.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May.
the year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
fL.s.l P- C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of CouuciL _June 6
FUN FOR ALLI
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or female, can master tho great art of Ven?
triloquism by a few hours' practice, making a world of
fun, and alter becoming experts theirielve., can teach
others, thereby making it a source of income. Full m
structions sent by mall for 60 cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
May 13 Ur I
PE SUBSCRIBES HAS NOW COMPLETE HIS
large and weil assorted Stock of
EICH AND PLAIN
? COHBXSTXXO or:
PARLOR, DTNTNG-BOOM AND CHAMBER SETS.
BEDSTEADS, CHAIRS. CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
cc, Ao., from the best manufacturen.
They ire ottered at a great reduction In price. ?
A call and examlnt?on of tbs assortment ls solicited.
i l ??Sffl?,
No. 305 King Street, j
NEAR WENTWORTH STREET.
November 28 .mw? ?
FROST, BUCK & CO.,
WHOLES AL Ii AND RETAIL DEALERS 5N
AND MASUFACTCRERS OF
OF EVEBY VARIETY.
So. 73 Bowery, near Canal Street
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHOBTEST NOTICE.
Ail Goods purchased of our House guaranteed as re?
?. W. flMIi JAMES BLACK. ORO. SWIDKB.
October 24 3m os
NEW YOEE AND BALTIMORE.
CHECKS CONSTANTLY' FOB SALE IN SUMS TO
suit on NEW YOEE and BALTIMORE.
Apply to L. GAM BRILL.
November 22_Imo No. 7 Bread street
NEW YOEE EXCHANGE.
EICH ANGE ON NEW YORE FOB SALE IN SUMS
to ault purchasers, by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS A 00.
November 6 wfmlmo
PHILIP H. KEGLER.
NO. IO BROAD STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHECKS FOR SALE ON NEW YOBS, BALTIMORE
FOREIGN EXCHANGE..-BILLS DRAWN ON
LLL UTZ PRINCIPAL CITIES IN EUROPE.
GOLD, SILVER. SECURITIES, BANE NOTES Ac,
30?GHT AND SOLD.
. COLLECTIONS MADE AT ALL ACCESSIBLE
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC?
(LATE M. M. ?UINN.)
?P-TOWN BOOK s SEWS DEPOT.
Ko. 337 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
?I7TLL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL THE
Vf LATEST PUBLICATIONS, auch aa BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, Ac; parties living up
own will find lt convenient to give me a caU, and can
?ely on getting their papers regular. City papers sold
ind subscriptions talan for all Papara and Magazine?,
foreign Papen and Be views ordered for regular sub
Peiticular attention paid to orden from the country.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept on
land 3mo November 31
ill MINCE COMPANY
LIVEEPOOL AND LONDON.
APITAL. $10,000,000 IN ?OLD.
PIS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
against losa or damage by Ore on BUILDINGS,
1ER0HA>DEZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, RENTS,
ic, at established tates.
Losses promptly paid, without ref eran re to England.
GIBBES A CO., Agenta,
October 28 mtnftmo NO. 10 Auger's South Wharf.
ROYAL INSDRANC? COMPANY
? AVO MILLIONS OF FOUNDS STERLING.
FIRE BISKS TAKEN ON BUILDINGS, MKRCHAN
HSE, AND PRODUCE.
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED HESS.
W. C. BEE & CO., Agents.
COB. YANDERHORSrS WHARF AND EAST BAY.
November ll ratha
LIFE mm MM,
1FFICE IN BEAU OF ELMORE INSURANCE CO.,
LAW RANGE, BROAD STREET.
WORLD MUTUAL LIFE LAURANCE CO.,"
OF NEW YORK.
Redmont Real Estate Insurance Company
FOB LIFE INSURANCE ONLY.
j. ALFRED CAY,
November ? Imo Charlea ton, 8. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
I. A. MILLER.Cashier.
ri P. HORBACH.Superintend cn V.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Til. A. HURD. .. .Of New Orleani.
'. F. COBKEBY.Ol Spottswood Hotel, Bichmond.
elegraph and Railroad offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
June 17 6m o
VTEVENS HOUSE, NM. *& S3, SS AND ?7
j Broadway, N. Y.. opposite Bowling Green-Cn the
uropean Plan.-THE STEVENS HOUSE ia well anc*
idely known to the travelling public. The location is es.
ec tally suitable to merchants and basin eat men; it G ti
lose proximity to the business part of the city-is cn
ie highway of Southern Mid Western travel-sud adj a
mt to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depot-.
The STEVENS HOUSE has liberal accommodation tor
ver 300 pleats-W is well furnished, and possesses evert
lodern improvement for the ..om fort and entertaining u.
f its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well ven tv
,ted-provided with gas and water-tb* attendance it
rompt and respectful-and the table is generously pic
ided with every delicacy of the season at medente rates.
The rooms having been refurnished and remodeled, we
re ena! ;d to oder exav facilities for the comfort and
leasurt -f our guests. GEO. K. CHASE ii CO..
jlay 28 Cm o Proprietors.
CHE CELEBRATED "CRAIG MICROS?
COPE" combines instruction with amusement, and
?ts to rever. Best, simplest, cheapest and most power
U Microscope m the world; magnifies 10,000 times, or
jual to other Microscopic coating $20; made on an en
rely new plan, requiring no focal adjustment, there
,re it can be readily used bv every one-even by
lildren. A beautiful girt to old or young; adapted to
ie family circle aa well ts scientific use; shows the
dulterations m food, thousands of animals in a single
roo of water, eels in vinegar, globule* in muk, blood
nd1 ott ar fluids, tubular atructure of hair, claws on a
v's root, also the cele orated "trichina spinlia" or pork
orm. which ia causing so many deaths among pork
iten ; and in tact the objecta which may be examined
i thia wonderful Microscope are without number. All
re invited to call and iee its great magnifying powan
; took the first premium at the Ohio State Fdr. Ll be?
ll discount to Agents, Schools sud Dealt rs. Price *2.&o.
acked in a ne.t box and sent prepaid to any sudreas on
icoipt of $2.75. Money can be ??nt by mail at our risk,
ddress GEORGE MEADE, Drawer No. 80, Racine, Wis
jastn. 12 _November 13
THE LANCASTER LEDGER.
CONNORS ii CARTER, PaorarxToas.
PUBLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT
_ Lancaster C. H., S. C, Having alarga inbscnprion
it it offen a favorable m?dium to Marchants and all
ivertiaura who desire to extend their business in the
?per Districts of the Stat?. Rates of advaartlalsf? llb
^Spedmen oopy of paper ?tnt on application.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS,
ann BUSHELS PRIME I ATTERS EE CO RH. FOE
Ol)(J talah* T. J. KERB k CO.
COEN AFLOAT ?
1 "I BD8HEL8 PRIME WHITE COES", PEE
llvV steamar "Falcon,"
Iff STOKE I
300 BB LS. EXTRA, FAMILY, SUPER, FINE, AND
For tale by WEST A JO.?E8.
November 38 No. 70 Bait Bay.
.CORN ! OATS ! T?TLOUB !
1 OA A BD8HEL8 DRY NEW COEN
eOObuihela Cid Com ?
2000 bushels Prime Oats
100 bbla Flour.
Now landing and (or aale by
JNO. CAMPSEN k CO..
No. B Market street, opposite State street
November 36 _ j
CITIZENS WISHING TO PATRONIZE A DROVER
will find MEAT at Stalls Nos. 48 and 4?. arg?
Meat Market). BEEF, VEAL and MUTTON from QU to
12 hi cents per Bl. constantly on hand.
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASEHS, BY
the Manufacturer H. CLUOU8,
No. 57 Pino street, New York.
LEA & PERRINS'
BY V/ of a letter from a
Kl MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
CONNOISSEURS M ,t Ml?IM> to ^
TO BK nra ONLY AUS^ Brother at
Good Sauce ^E5lf^:
"Tell LEA k PKB
i-MD iPPLJCABLi ^ggg BINS that ttieir SAUCE
rivt^fe " is highly esteemed in to?
ro '?ggg?' dla, and ia, in my opinion,
_ Snjfrrt the moat palatable, aa
EVERY VARIETY B?HM wall sa the moat whole
affit3*$sonie SAUCE that la
OF DISH. w3i>*madt."
The success of this most deliaons and usrivaUalooa
dim ?mt having causad many unprincplud deniers ttl
apply tha nama to Spurious Compound; the PTBUO la
rtspectfuUt and tornettly requested to SM that th? aaa?
of Las. A Pzmazxa are upon the WBAPPI2B, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA. ? PERRISS, Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOB THE UNITED STATES.
October 19 - -??? ?- fm wi yr
COLGATE & CO.'S
THE ST AND J RD OF
" For Sale by all Grocers.
October 31 Smo
GRATES FOR DWELLINGS AND
Offices, of ali sizes and patterns.
For sale by
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
No. 297 King street.
CHEAP FOB CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PANS X PT., FEB DOZEN.
54&; 1 pt Oto.; 3 pt. 91; lqrt. 76c; 2 qrt. $1.23; S
qrt. $1.38; 4 art, $L90; fl art $160; 10 qrt $8.60.
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 in. M.75; 9 in. $7.36,
^FUNNELS-Vials 90c.; Pinta 80c.; Quarti $1.36; 2
Quarts $2.00; 4 Quarts $8.00, par dotan.
WASH BASINS (Prestad, Plain and Jspnnedj-amall
$3.00; large $3.60, pei doun.
PRESSED CULLENDERS-small $3.00; larg? $4.06.
par doses. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.
No vam ber 6 wira
THE TM LOWEST HARKET PRICES.*
. . . - ;d ,v?
T ... ;;..^-.> odi
7 '.: Deed
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOB CHURCHES, HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOOfiB.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST Di THE SOUTHERN MARKET
GMEfiOi\, BARKLEY & CO..
flo. 150 MEETING STREET,
November 2 2mos Cnarler. ion, 8. C.
FIFTY-FIRST YEAH OF PUBLICATION.
PLANTERS' AND MERCHANTS'
FOB 18 6 8,
XT/ILL BE ISSUED ABOUT THE FIRST WEEK IN
YT December, and will contain the usua'iTamable
infci-mation for which it has become so justly calabra ted.
Thia ALMANAC circula tea through tba Districts ot
South Carolina, and the States of North Carolina and
Georgia, and is referred to the year roun/i M authority
on many important subjects by Planton, Mechan ios,
Merchants and La wyara.
A limited nuiJtr of ad vert?s em en. ta will be takes if
applied for at osee.
PUBLISHER, Na 63 BROAD STREET,
November 16 ftnwlmo Charleston, 8. C.
"~ ISAAC IX & SON,
No. 598 BB0ADWAT,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, WHICH WILL BE SOLD
less than at any other establishment in th? city,
and warranted equal to any made is the United States.
JEaT* Descriptive catalogues sent on Application.
C. BVCREUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment of
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION
which has been patented in the United Ststw'
France and England, ls now offered by the subscriber to
the public, feeling assured they will und :t,.upoa exami?
nation, one of the greatest inventions ot the age.
Prominent among ita advantages are:
Fran-The faculty with which horses mav be harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a Carriage, also 'rendering lt
unnecessary for the person unharnessing to pata between
or behind the horses aa is customary, thus avoiding uv
liability of being sicked. * 3
S leo ND-In case of a horse falling, he may be loosed
from the carriage is one second, without the driver leav?
ing his seat. It is so simple is itt operation that a ofrtM
eas work lt
THUS ABD GBXATXST-In ?*aes of horses taking fright
becoming usmasagable or running away, tbs terribl*
consequences which so frequently foUcrw may be all avoid
ad by thia simple application to carriages, at Ute hcrsea
can be loosed from the carriage "ina twiskiisB." and aha
carriage iaquuddyaad safely stopped.
Mr. C. D?CREUX gave several public exhibitions. Tb*
great favor asd praia a manifested by tba public on thoa.
Tarma may ba knows and orders received sgt; anti vino
thc patent to carriages, or purchase of State Bi/hti bv
nddrtasiag to C. DUCBEUX Pi?S*T'