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FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 6, 13S7.
-Cotton c'.csed'in New Tork yesterday at ?ajo.
advance. Quotations rang ing to 1C? and 16$.
-Gell closed in New York yesterday at 138| a
-Franco is trying to raise one hundred and
forty million dollars in gold tor poaro purposes.
-Unelo Sam peye for Russian America about
two and a half cents per acre In gold.
-Tho Princess Saba.-Salm pas;cd through Cin?
cinnati on the 29tb ul:., on hor way to New York.
- Jbe la3t nights of tho Black Crook in New
York are announced.
-lira Lincoln's finery has been looked up from
-Mr. Maguiro, M. P., is about to publish a book
entitled "Thc lash in America."
-Dispepsia ?s to bc added to tho list of Louis
Napelc m's rcoorted diseases.
-A German speculator is trying to get up six
pleasuro excursions to the United States.
-It is rumored that Hame. Beecher Stowe is
thinking of editing a woekly devoted to woman
suffrage, in Boston.
-R. A. A cxandcr, of Woodford County, Ky.,
tho cciobratod importer and raiser of fino stock,
died A: his residence., on tho 1st inst.
-An Organization of Southern ladies in reduced
circumstances has been formed at Houston, to do
sewing, and has undertaken several large con?
-Clergymen in E icland are not required to pay
toll on the turnpikes. Ono is now going through
the Cour ta to provo his ligfct to take his wife with
-A largo number of tho citizens of Jackson?
ville, F.a., ore ir, f ?vor of having tho Pensacola
and Georgia and Florida Central Railroads con?
-Grau bas roceived a dispatch from Havana,
urging him under no circumstances to bail for Ha?
vana with R.stori, on account of the prevailing
-During tho present year, up to the 27th ult.,
thero havo arrived at the port of New York 220,279
emigrants, 6159 mora than had arrived last year at
-Out of a European population of less than
1700 upon the island of St. Louis, ia Seaegar, ou
tho West coast of Anica, 330 havo diod this season
of yellow ft vcr.
-Farmc -s ia somo parts of Illinois drlvo their
stock eight miles to water and back, consuming
th i entire dvy. Some are giving away their hogs
becanso thoy havo no water.
-Boston ts about to erect a $125,000 building to
accommodate the officers of all her charitable so?
cieties, to bo called tao "Central Chanty Bureau,"
in order that their benevolent work may be camed
ont moro systematically.
-l'be cetton on the ship Consul, burnt below
Savannah, is not a total los?. Four hundred bales
of undamaged citen and eighteen h'indrcd bales
in the lowf.r hold which is filled with water, will
piobably bo saved.
-Hon. Walter Preston died at his rosldonoo
near Aeingd .n, Ta., a fow days ago. He waa once
a member of tho United States Congress, and
afterwards of tko Confctleiato Congress, and was
regarded ono of tho most brilliant men of Vir?
-Resolutions have been passed by tho Cincin?
nati Councils opposing any further contraction of
the currency, and advocating the payment of the
national ? oct in greenbacks, except such loans
as the national faith is fledged to liquid?t n with
-Jane Swissbclm is the recipient of very swoat
talk from the Pittsburg editors. She hos the man?
agement of a fair which i? to bestow a dressing
gown, slippers, etc., upon tho most popular editor,
and Jane says it shall ro to the handsomest. Wily
-There is a convia in the Philadelphia Jail who
bas been under sentence of death sixteen years,
and has been reprived each successive year.
There arc several car s somowhat ?imilar in Maine,
where murderers have been confined for nearly or
quite twenty years, and whom any governor may
hang "at pleasure."
-The sheriff of Capo Girardeau county, Missou?
ri, arrested last reek Rev. Dr. Alezeri, President
of 8t. V.'nceai's Co.legc, and several nma at the
oonvent there, for .caching without taking the now
constitution test oath. This oath has Hen decid?
ed unconstitutional as to preacher,, . a attor?
neys, but no decision as to teachers hos been
-Another Aro occurred in Albany, Ga., on Sat?
urday night, destroying buildings to the amount
of Bom o fifteen thousand dollars. Tho principal
sufferers ere Shackelford ? Co., dry goods und
grocaries, Spitz, a candy s::op and bakery; Floyd,
RUnsmith shop, and two groceries owned by
-Tko clearest village in the world is Brock, in
Hoi and which no h erse or carriage has ever been
permitted to enter, and where overytning is kept
with tho most scrupulous neatness. Bef:re ea?
ten g many of the houses you are required to re
novo your Bhocs. It is said that even the Empe?
ror of Russia was compelled to comply with this
-Tho New York Express Bays :."Mr. Alexander
Stepbons, of Georgia, has been invited by a num?
ber ol atizone ol'New Yo k to visit this city, and
upon a day to bc indicated by himself, to address
thepooplu on ihe stato of tho ceuntry. Mr. 9.
has ac opted thc Invitation, but is unable now to
fix upon the d v. He will, bowo\er, probably bo in
New York during tho latter part ot December.
-Hon. B. B. French, Commissioner of Public
Buildings in Washington, has written LT publica
tion a lotter doa.?ag thc ttorics ol President John?
son's dunking habits. Mr. French says he has
soon tho I'icsidont officially a.m. st da ly, and ho
le satisfied he "*s cs temperate a man ia ?il hie
habits aa aay ia the Coi ted States."
-A gentleman who measly traversed nearly all
of the Wes torn Sta. es, withins eyes wide opon
and his perceptivo facultiOa in full play, says (bat
nothing surprised him halt so much in that great
end wonderful region as tho intenso hatred of tho
nogro, which tho .atc at empts of the Radicals to
make him a civil and politioal o^ual havo develop?
ed among all clsese* o? white men.
-The official anounocmont of tho result cf the
Sow York ?tato ciuouon in November JOS been
mads. For Sooxt-t ry of State, tho chief offioar
chosen, thc Democrats polled 373 830 -rote?, and
th ; Rcpub.icib 3?-1.017 ; a Democratic majority of
?9 ?7J -u a to:al pol- o: C97.903. J he Slate Logisla
turo wi. sun J, in tho Scuate 17 Republicans and
13 Democrais ; in tue Hcusc, 75 Democrats and 5-1
Republicen^- a Democratic majority cn j.int ballot
-Mrs. General Gaines bas arrived in New Or?
leans to continuo t.. 0 prosecution of hor lawsuit
for tho cst?to of her father, Daniel Clark. Tais
case seems Likely to rival that of Jarcdyoe cs.
Jarndycc. Whatever may bo the merits of thi3
long litigated business, thu public sympathies are
douoticss in favor of tao lady. She has shown a
pertinacity and os.mt ot reaourceii that atamp her
as aromar?ab.o woman-JUO waom the "'law's de?
lft)"'doc.} not cLohearten, nor repeated reverses
sworvo from her resolution.
-Ibo Army Register tor 1837 has just beouls
tnod. It contains 2986 names, boiug all officers
?e v in commission ba the regular army, of which
92 oro in the Quartermaster's Department, 29 in
the ?subsisionco Department, i72 lu thc Medica
Department, CA ia tao Pay Department, 91 in the
Ordnance Corps, LD post chaplains, 107 in tho
corps of ongiaeers; tho remaining number hoing
made up of general officers, field and staff and offl
ocrs of regiments.
-The Ne n York Times says thc monopoly of pub
lioly thanking God for party triumphs, wuich has
BO long beo.i enjoy od by chaplains and other cler?
gymen, is now soho -sly menaced by thc Louisiana
Convention, in whi.Mi, on Saturday, a "resolution
of thanks to God lor the success of tho Radical
Rcpub.icaas: in that State was "laid over under
thc ruloa." We hope this very bad example of
profaning tho Lame of tho Deity by aiming to rep?
resent ?iim as on oily of ono political party or ae
other, will not be followed. Political prajia;, is
bad enough, but not so Lad as this sort Of let is?
lative profanity; nor is any dignity edded to tho
resolution by Its being introduced at such a tim?,
as to have to be "laid over under tho ralee."
-Tho Ritualisms in England, wo observe, ?uro
?t?ekir>t: ii closer alliance with tho moderate nish
churchmen-as if to strengthen themselves against
tho assaults tho Evanscl.e.-Li sro ma.:iae; upon
thom ,lsl] along thc Linc.'' Cu tho eveline of tho
lS:h a great meeting to promoto that alliance wa3
to bo heid at St. James* Ball, in London. The in?
tention was, not to mako it a d^monatralion in
favor of Ritualism, verse, but rather to "L;ing
about u union upon tho principie ol' opposition to
any altor..tiou iu tho Prayer-book in a party sense.
It wu understood that several ?ayaien of high
political siandiug, both of thc Conservativo end
Liberal p:trt:c>, had given in their adhesion to tire
movement, while, on tbo other hand, there is no
daub: that a very large number ot VJ.-- high chu ch
party would altogether hoid uloof. The chair was
to bc talion by Earl Nelsen, who has ou moro than
ono occasion spekca of tho Ritualist movement in
tenus o? emphatic censure, but who, nevertheless,
. . ems uow to bo swinging around tho other way.
f -Tho Postmaster-General's report givo3 come
interesting intelligence with reference to tho mall
sorvice wita Europe. It appears that daring the
hst six years tbo department hae paid for the
transportation of our mails from $130,000 to $-200,
COO a year iu goid over us receipts to thc British
Government. The treaty under which this esees
sive expenditure is made, however, expires in Jan
uary, ard Lie Postrnastor-Gorcr.il has advertised
for proposals to earry tho mail3 during 1SG8.
Twelve cents in gold for each letter bas heretofore
beca vi?? for tho mail service to Great Britain
br.t by new contracta resulting fror-, tho abovi
proposals, during 1368 tho toroigu letter mails will
be carried at fifteoa couts aa ouuco, making thc
cost per letter five cents, and book3, papoia and
other printed matter, at six coats por pound, pay
abie ia currency. Four m.rils weekly aro to go
per New Yorli to Great Bntaiu after Now lear day
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Satur?
days. The it[ju.t shows au unexpended balance
cf 5700,000 avuilablo for tho current fiscal y< ar
aad estimates tue deficiency for 1369 at $2.5J?,0G0
It is surprising that the industrial and work
ing cla?ses havo never fully realized what a
vast power they possess, und how much they
might accoa plish by co-operative effort. This
co-operation is scrr.elbiug widoly different from
:ue combination which leads to Trades Union
strikes, ratting, threats, violence and loss of
moaey and time. The effect of euch combina
tioa is to reduce thc quick and intelligent work
ing man to the level of his slow and dull compa
aron; and trades combinations, in reality, are
more despotic and tyrannical than employers
or masters have ever attempted to be. - 3-ope
ration, however, is oaly aa endeavor to give
practical force lo tho capital owned by thc
working man, and its object ie to employ that
capital for supplying tho wants of the members
of co-openitivo societies, instead of making
thoso members dependent on thc capital aad
enterprise of others.
The co-operative principle may be applied
to thc formation cf supply associations, socie?
ties for aiding thc members whea sick, build?
ing and freehold land societies,-to any cr
ganizati.n, ia fact, ia whioh the mcubers caa
provide a comaioa capit .1 to supply their ia
dividual wants; but, at preseut, it will be best
to consider only the peculiar advantages of co?
lu practice the system is as simple as in
principle ; and, by way of illustration, there
muy be taken the oase of & co-operative store
opened for the salo of coal, flour, and genbral
groceries. The subscription to tho society is
axed at five dollars, which sum entitles to mem?
bership, and purchases oao share of the oapital
stock. To make tho payments light, oac dol?
lar is paid on entrance, and the remaining
four dollars in four equal wcekiy payments.
In addition to this, an entrance fee of twenty
five cents maybe charged. The now member
is then entitled to purchase goods from the
store, which has boen established and slocked
hythe contributious of the members. As the
store is the property of the wholo body of
members, who, at the same time, have fur?
nished the capital and do furnish the custom,
all articles are s, d at wholesale cost price,
with a slight addition on account of rent, sala?
ries and other oxpenses.
Having no borrowed capital to repay, or
upon which to pay interest,-having no object
in making a greater prout, than is necessary to
pay actual expenses,-havicg no purpose but
that of supplying its members at the lowest
rate,-thc co-operative store oan sell its goods
to its members at much low?f prices than the
ordinary store. Nor is tho co-operative store
limited to trading with its own members. It
will sell to the general public, but in -this case
the salesars made at the ordinary retail price.
The benefits and ontiro profits of the entorprise
are reserved for the members.
The idea of impressing tho telegraph into
the service of the Postofficc, to send tho peo?
ple's letters over tho wires, or rather to do away
altogether with letters, and communicate with
friends, kinsfolk, banker, broker, customer,
and dun, solely by means of a galvanic battery,
is not altogether new. It has been broached
from tims to time, both in this country and on
the continent of Europe. During the late war
the telegraph, to all intents aad purposes,
throughout the Uaited States, was uader the
control of the government. The cable tells us
that the English Government has resolved to
adupt the telegraph -.s a part of its postal ma?
chinery. Tnis will revolutioui?e tho whole
system both of the present mail service and of
telegraphy, especially if the speculations of
some of thc newspapers should prove well
founded, and this become a mere extension of
thc universal penny postage system. At pros
en:, a message by telegraph is much more CZ
pensive 'han a letter by the mai!, but there is
ao good reason for the difference. A much
smaller outlay of capital is required for the
telegraph than for tho mail service ; and, ooce
a sufficient patronage is ensured, ss would be
the case when it becomes part of the postofSce
machinory, from tea to fifty words might be |
sent over thc wires at a ponny, just as a letter
weighing half an ouuoo is no>v transmitted for
the same sum.
Penny postage, though long doemsd an im
possibility, has proved a success, and there is
uo reason why, in tho present advanced state
of civilization aad wido dissemination of edu?
cation and newspapers, penay telegrams should
not bo quito as feasible. Should the experimeat
succeed in England, some cf our wiso men at
Washington may perhaps be induced to look
into it, aad in the course of time iutroduce it
iato these States. There are, of oourse, many
objectioas to iavestiug government with so
enormous a patronage, an.l creating a far
greater moaopoly, perhaps, than that which
would bc superseded. But with a great na?
tional debt, a oomplex system for collecting
ibo revenue, a large army, aad a hundred other
powerful levers ia the bauds of thu Govern
ment, it is scarcely worth whilo to object to a
feature of obvious general utility because of
its possible tendency to centralization.
It is but natural that beet of feeling and
warmth of discussion, particularly ia seascn3
of political excitement, should lead to harsh
words and bittor thoughts. It is natural; but
it is not to be desired. No maa ever gained
the better of an antagonist, by mere vitupera?
tion. A thousand times over, roughness of
manner has beca forgiven for the sake of tbs
sterling vaiue cf the ideo; but it is very rare to
tind mere scolding obtain either influence or
weight. It makes a noise; it '.hes, worrie?,
fr?ta; and ends-in nothing.
Certain it is that, if men were mora charita?
ble towards each other, the tongue would be
robbed of its sharp,. ?t st?Dg, and this busy life
would gain another eharia. Suspicion is an
unpleasant compinion; an enemy to all that is
fair, and bright, and good. Far better is it to
trust and meet with a rebuff, than never to
trust at all; and there is nothing lost, and much
is gained, by placing a charitable construction
upon every action aad every word. It is of no
sc to run aftur trouble for misfortune gallops
ipidly enough: i: :? of no us? to hunt for foe*,
'hen so ha;d it is tc ?n i a friend.
In these changing, shifting days, particular
7 necessary is it to look upon others with
harity. There aro many who differ with us
i opinion. V."o know, ana feel, that wo are
ight; but they may know, and feel, tho same,
inc course of action to one seems the best, but
; seems tho very worst to another. There must
e contests of voice and of baud, of pen nud
f sword, but it can always be afforded to bow
rt courtesy to thc opposing side, and bcliovo
hat they acted in honor, sincerity and truth.
,ot- no man bc condemned who has been con?
tentiously consistent. Try to believe, and do
iclieve, that hit; desiree aud purposes arc right;
.nd, if he will not be overcome, leave him
.lone in thc field. Nothing is mi-sed by gene
0U3 thoughts; and nothing brings a rioher har?
rest of benefits than a plenteous sowing of the
'ruitful seed of charity,
LOENELL'S IhTEEirrsiATE GEOGRAPH?, embrarin
a Summary ot Physical Geography, a complet
sot of Now Maps a?d Pictorial Illustrations.
Now-a-daya, when thc needle-gun and the
rjhasscpot arc working such wondrous changes
in the boundaries of nations, it would bo folly
Lo place in tho hands of thc ycunf? any but tho
latest edition of tho standard geographies and
maps. In tho revised copy of COENELE'S lu
.ermediato Geography before us, wo have a
:ompact and admirable manual for schools, il?
lustrated in elegant and attractive stylo by
:arefully prepared maps and pictures.
Thc above work is published by thc AP
PLETOSS, and may be had at RUSSELL'S, King
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Gonerul Record of American and Foreign Lite?
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THE ESTPBE?S Jor?PHrsr. An Historical Sketch
of tho Days of Napoleon. Ey LOUISA MUHL
Miss MUHLBACE is already so well known to,
ind ropular with, the American reading pub?
lic, teat the mero announcement that a trans?
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jcougb. to create a demand for it at once.
Among the many historical novels from her
prolific pen there is not one that will be read
with a keener interest than this strange, sad
itury of thu fortunes and misfortunes of the
levoted wife of tho first Napoleon. Miss MUHL
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rials for romance afforded by the life of JO?
SEPHINE BEAUHAB:.AI3 ; and thousands who
have hitherto known little of tho details of the
:heequered career of the Empress will wel
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?. NEW SYSTEM or iNrAxrny TACTICS, DOUBLE AND
SLSGLL RANK. AcUptod to American Topogra?
phy oud improved Fir? Arms. Ry Brevet Major
General E?ionx UPTON, U. 3. A.
Hore wo have a very complete manual of In?
fantry tactics, arranged according tc tho latc3t
system which the experience of modern war?
fare and improved firearms has suggested.
The work is published by authority of the Gov?
ernment, and all Infantry exeroises and ma?
noeuvres not embraced in its pages aro pro?
hibited in the regular army.
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TED SOCTHEBN TONIO, PANEMN'd ia?rAlTC
... ;E..i, an unialhhg remedy tor all Discists of thc
A o.Uvo crnans and tue Liver. For cale by ad i.:
DON'T FAIL TO TRY" THE CELEUltA
1ED ?O?rii?ltN TONIC. PANKNIN'a HEPATIC
?AATEUt*, an anioLlug remedy lor au Ariscases of trio
i^bdve Qi-jus and -.ho Lavar, i or sale by ad Dru,;
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEEI?A
U:D SOUAUEUN TO ? io, PANENLN'S UEPATIC
i;iiTr.i>5, i.u uuiui.lijg runeuy for ail Lisias-s ol the
Jigetiive Organo auc ino Liver. For sale by all Drus
DON'T F.?..IL, TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUltiEltN IONIC, PANKNIN'J HEPATIC
DATEES, an anfiiUns rim^dy ?jr all A/is.ases oi the
ii-estiva Oriana and aie Livjr. A cr sals by uil Dru,.'
DON'T FAIL, TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOU1 Hr RN TONIC, PANENI.VS HEPATIC
i FTEBS, an um'o?iug remedy for au Diseases of the
MgeBtivc Organs and thc laver. Fer salo b> all Druy
?Ists. November ?7
iVA^TED, A GIRL, WITH HiFEREX
*? C->, for general noose Work, trilito or colorod.
muire at Mr. ALEXANDER'S LIIOE STORK, Mo. 211
iu?-eirect 1* Dc .o.:.bcr<".
: ir\ST:-D,BT AKESPBC TABLE WHITE
VV V.'cniau, u cltuauo:i WET NER-K. Can givo
oed relea-enees. Address WET NUR3:.', Daily News
ifbeo. C* D comber ?
nrAXTE?>, A SITU\TIO:? UV A WHITE
WOMAN cs Cook, Chambermaid or Nurse, and
i wduuK io make herself gcncnMy useful. Apply at
lo. 22 QI TE LN-S1 REE f. near state-.,ro.C
De ember ?_1*
CLERK-iii IP WANTED? KITHTSR AS
Bojkltccper or Conara'. Assistant, by ono willing
od quiliricd io make himself useiui. Address, stating
alary offi red and nature of business, "ACCOUNTANT,"
,t the Daily Ncwj Office. 12_December 1
?5rAn TO 83000 PER ?KAH.-ATm
0?0\J\J AGENT is want:d in every town ia tho
Jnioa to moko and sellan aride of daily consumption
a ever,-family. It ia eni.iri.lv new. tolo as permanent
.y F;our Address LOUIa COBLENTZ, Middleton, Md.
AO?NTS XV Av TED ?T?K THE -'LIFE OF
JEFFERSON DAVIS," by frank H. Altriend, of
Uichmond, formerly edito'- of the southern Literary
Messenger. Tula 1J amil jud authentic history cl tho
Lie and Pubic Servicer of tho great Southern loader.
Ur. A triced has enjoyed unusual aavuntages ia the pre?
paration c: this work, as will be apparent to all on exam?
ination. Send tor specimen FWCS and circulars, with
terms. Address NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO , Atlaa
ia, oa. Imo* November 2d
i-1 nura, a^paeu io tuc side -, POUOIU, ?v, ?U?
doors and windows. Send for agent's circular.
J. R. BRADs I RE LT A CO.,
Novembar 27 2r..os Boston. Mass.
VT7ANTED.-A YOUNG LADY WANTS A
VV hlTUAHOX the rusuing year as TEACHER lu a
private family. She w:il rtivo thorough instruction in
ibo Eughsh branencs ot ed'ucat.on and teach young be
gicners in the ?renca linguage. Tho best references
given, aad terms moderato. Address "MISs L. W.,
caro of Dr. C. B. Jones, Ashland. Hanover County, Va.
November 25 Imo
WAX TEL", AGENTS EVERYWHERE, TO
soil tho MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM, sample
do;., terms, show cordi, ol'-., sont on recel?t of s2.
V. CUMMINGS ACO,
No. 42 South Marael street, Boston.
November 25 3mos
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACH?K.
Ibo subscriber, who has had eight years experi?
ence in his profession, os Principal or Academies,
aud is at p>eseat Principal of Montreal Academy
in Nelson County, Va., oeaa*es to removo South
on account of the health of his lamlly, and
wUI accept a sltuadon either In a Malo or Fem?lo
coUoje or Academy, or in a Private School that
win j icio him a support, anywhere m Georgia or South
Carot na. Ho teaches, besides tho English branches and
aiathtmadcs, tho L.r.in, tre k, French and spanish Lan?
guages, and will give satisfactory testimonials ot hiscom
petOLcy, success und popularity as a Teaeher. Address
E. E. JEFl'ERSON, Monireal, Jcllersou county. Va.
November 23 Imo
MERCHANTS, DEALERS, TRADERS, OR
anybody requiring tho services of an expert Ac?
countant, will plea.-o address E. D. F., at thc Olllce of
the cuABLT-STON DaiLX NEWS.
Noveinbui 22 (.. 16
AC KA TS WANTED.-S10 TO ?*0 A DAY,
to lutroduco our new patonl STAR SHUTTLE SEW
LW MACHINE. Pn.'o svu. It uses two threads, end
nijkes the genuino Lock titi ich. All other low-priced ma?
chines make the chain Stitch. Exclusiva territory given
Send tor circulars. W. u. WILSON A CO., Manufac?
tur?is, Cleveian I, Ohio. Imo Novenber 18
AGE VI'S WANTED FOR A VIRGINIA
LIFE OfeUiCANCK COMPANY.- Tho Richmond
Ba.lc g and Insurance Company, or Richmond, Va.,
EN -URES LIVES en ihe most leasonablo term?, with se?
ILO e unable io insure ar? MADE ABLE.
AGENAO WANTED m crery city and county in the
App icants for Agencies will address
1'. B. STARKE, General Agent,
Novembar 12 Imo Box No. U03, Richmond, Va.
WANTEO. BY A LADY COMPETENT TO
teach English, Ereuch and Music, employment in
Lue oity. Address X. Y. Z., Daily News Ofllce.
November 8 Imo
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON AND
UiuE PLANTATIONS. FARMS and CITi' PROPER
1 a of all kinds for SALE and LEA!- E b/
CLIFFORD A AiATQEWES,
Real Estate Agents, Na 5S Broad street.
November 3 Sm os
EEMOTED TO THE OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. ii BJ\OAD STREET, uuil further no
UJO. GEO. RJ.VERS WALKER,
Octobor 30 E.. M. Acting Consul.
j.UST AND FOUNDS
LOST OR STOLEN, A CUR DOG, AL?
MOST black, wi.h a white ring around his neck
iud white breath A bultablo reward wlU ce paid for his
icturn to T. F. O'aULLi > AN, No. til Wad 6treet, cr at
Uis otnee. November 25
DKOPPE I) ON" TUE NIGHT OF THE 131H
November, near the Actor's entrance of thc Circus
p-vilhoa. a .MEDIUM-SIZED WHiTE ERMINE FUR
JAPE, tho two lower Buttons of Whito Glass, and the
tvholo hued with Whito aiU. Hie under wiR obtain a
suitable reward by leaving it oi tho DETECTIVES'
LvFFiCE, in Broad street, November li
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BUARU CAN
bo oblainod, at reasonable rates, by appl. lng at No.
tal KING STREE 1", ono door above Hudson street, near
thc CitodaL alie Street Cars j-ass the door every ten
minutes. 3mo October !"
HERETOFORE iXItTING BETWEEN RIGHTER A
H AMMOND is tull day dissolved by mutual cou
scut. CHABLIS C. RIGHTER.
Charlee ten, December 2,1867.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER
WELL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS.
3? December 4
THE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Spartanbnrg, S. C., will opei Octobor 8d, 1S67.
Tho President. Rev. A W. CUMMINGS, D. D., wlU bo
lided by compotcn:, exponr need teachers in every de
Board for half year.570.00
Contingent L-eo. 2.00
Mi: and ai thc ornamental Brauche] vory low.
i Lese wishing to patronize the School will please ad
I re aa ino Presidenh_Ru_August S
NIGHT SCHOOL: NIGHT SCHOOL!
iNf-ON-SIREEI, NEARLY OPPOSITE LAURliNS-ST
JpHE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITHME.
ITC. WRITING, READING, GERMAN and ENG LIS J
3KAMMAR are from 7to 9 o'olock P M
Termo-S2 per month In advance.
Dook-keoping charged extra.
O. H. BERGMANN.
A RC CU I AL SCHOOL, OF THE CHURCH
OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
FOHN GADSDEN, Prin-apal, wltu a Corps of loschen.
HOARD Or TBeSTEES.
REV. A. TOOaiER PORTER, Rector.
G. A. iliENnuLM, ED .VAUU SEBRING,
JOHN' H.lNCKEL, J. ]}. ALEXANDER,
il. T. BARTLETT,
EVAN EDWAUDS, ;-ccrct:ry and Treasurer.
T'EUS SCHOOL WILL BE OPENED [O. V.) ON THE
JL O.h of Di.CE.UBER. t-essian of TEN MONTHS",
dolida; B, one week at ChrUimas, uood Friday and Bast?
ir Monday, August and september, ihe boura will l c
rom S A. M. to 2 P. M. Ino imant Classes, 9 A. M. to
.2 M. Tho Recesses will bs tn rota?on ol 15 minutes
Boys' and Girls' departments dissect. Soaring and
Embroidery, voluntary clashes, si.or the osor.ises of th:
limits-Booka a: wholesale cost price, md found lo
hoeo v.'ho cannot purchase, 'iuition 50 cents a month,
u advance. App.icaiions for admission made between
:curs oi ? and JO A. M. at house ol tho Rector, cornor
tutiodge an. spring streets, till lurthar noitce.
November 6 wfml?
KEW Yt?iU? LXC^IA^?E.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YOEE FOR SALE IN SUMS
to su.t purcha:er3, by
u " GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
November C wlmlmo
BONDS. 6TOCK9, COUPONS
RANK BILLS, GOLD AND SILVER
1L1UGIIT AT HIGHEST RATES, by
ANDREW M. J?OKLLAIN'D,
BROKER, No 3 BROAD STREET.
November 29 imw2mos
KEW YOBK AND BALTIMORE.
pEEC?S CONSTANTLY FOE GALE IN S?MS IO
O Edit on NE\. YORK and BALTIMORE.
10 L. GAMBRILL,
Novemoer .2 Lmo S0t 7 Brcad 8treet.
TKE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLORENCE,
?. C., oolera aj oxccUcnt medium to Merchants nnd
thcrs who v,-.?h lo extend t?r butiness te thc Pee
.icc secnon oi tue ?tato. Ratos of advertising vary rea
jnibl"^_ e,y[1,, J.J ter ir
THE GBFeEX VILL 3 M OLIN TA* fiBK
[S PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT il Cv PU:
year, in a'.vance. AdTcrL:c:ctui ; .csericd at usui.i
alfi. G. E. ELFORD,
Mav ir r/litorind Pronrirtor
THE MARIO V STA I ',
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEAHS AGO, IS
^?ublishPd LI Marion, S. C., ia the central poit'.on
n tho country, aud otters a favorable medium to Mer
ihanti, J.-ug?i-i'.s, Machinists, :.ad aU chi?:es who dcsir
o extenel their bu?uosj in the Eje Dec coantry.
For the berohtot ourai-e.-usiaj patxens, we chalL in
dditiou to our subscription list, which is constantly in
?raas.a? pnbliah uad distribute, gratuitously, coplc3 of
Ve ?TAR, duriujj thc bar.nc.j ,oa?oa 'Jiu Fill.
Betes oi Advertising liberal.
Vt. J. Mc KERA LL,
Novembar 20 ;:j | ?o.. iU? pro^rieter
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE.,' NU. 73,
A. F. M.
THE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will bo held, at Masonic Had, Tltis Evening, Cth inst.,
it 7 o'clock. The Arrear List will he road.' Members
sill take due notico and govern thrmselvo? accordingly.
Dy older of XT. al. A. s. DOU ;LAS,
December fl 1 Secretary.
GERMAX SCH?TZEN CLUB.
THE REGULAS MONTHLY MEETING WILL B"
held This Evening, at 7 o'clock. All members aro re?
quested to be present, as business of imporUnco will be
transacted. THEO. COUDES,
December 6 1 Secrourv.
EAGLE FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
~\rOV ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO ATTEND A
A Regular Monthly Meeting ot your Company, at your
Hall, OJ Tkii (Friday) Evening, 6th instant, at 7 o'clock
By order. A. MARION COHEN,
December 0_1 Secretary E. F. E. Co.
JE TN A STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
AN EXTRA MEETING OF TUE COMPANY WILL
be held This Evening, at the Market Hall, at half
piiBt 7 o'clock.
By order of tho President.
December 6 1 F. C. LYNCH, Secretary.
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL,)
DECEMBER 2, 18". f
THE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOWING
persons have expirod. They ari hereby notiflod to
apply at this Offl:e immediately and renow the same :
PHELIP KILEY, Warren and St, Phlh>sireets.
M. UE?NOLDS, No 5 Bedon's Alley.
MARY BURKE, No. 7'J Calhoun-street.
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Washington-street,
JAMEi WALLACE, No. 95 Spring-stro.t,
JOHN LEAHY, No. 214 Coming-street,
MARY HAFFERTY. Columbus and Hanover-streets.
M A KY CAMPBELL. President and Caunon-atreeta.
P. MANION, No. 57 State-sireet.
JOHN HENNY, No. 46 Queen-street.
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 Whari-street
D. CONROY, No. 32 St. Philip-street
P. DORAN, No. 10 Exchange-street.
P. PINKUSSOHN, No. 63 East Bay.
W. H. SMITH.
December 3 dork of Council
CITY" TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, 1
CITT HALL, December 1, 1867. J
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVlES TO ALL CONCERNED
tjat the Monthly ile turns tor the Month of No?
vember past, in compliance wich tho Ttix Ordinance, ra?
tified on the 23th day o? December, 18C6, mum bo made
on or before the 16th instant,
JOHN E. HONOUR,
December 2 12 City Assessor.
. NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK 0!? COUNCIL, 1
CHABLESTOX, Novembsr '?6, 1867. j
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST OCTO?
BER last. Those who failed to renew at that Hmo
are not considered os having a License, uud consequently
aro no Auctioneers. Vt'. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of CounolL
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., Mav 4, 1367. J
THE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
inclosures, vaults, Ac. will cnpimence on Monda.],
>iexf, 6t insE Owners and occupants ore hereby requirei
to see that their premises ore in good condition and that
nil filth and garbage is removed as r:quired by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections will follow.
By order of Mayor GAILLARD.
C. 13. SIG WALD.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Kaiso Sup.
phe. lor tho voir 1867," is published for tho informaUon
ol persons selling Good? by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents oi this city. All such persons are hereby
ooutitd to report at this office.
."Three dollars oo every hundred dollars of all goods
sold In HU? city by persons not residents, by sample ot
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March H Clerk of Goon eil]
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
Cm HALL, November 9,1866. j
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TSE
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of tho City, un?
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City Council of Charleston to procee 1 Tn the ma.,
ter ol a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up tin
City anew," ure hereby nodded that the form of appli
cation for loans can be obtained at thc office of the Clerk
of Couucll, b?tween the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
Allapplica ion? must bc j' 'd in the above mentioned
office, as th J Committee will meet every Monday to cor
sider the some.
Ry order or the Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November 10 ''lerk ol connell.
TO REGULATE THE DREDGING Of DOCKS.
V/htreas, Thu best Interests ol thc city, as well as the
convenience of the shipping visiting tho port, demand
that the channel of Cooper River be krptopea with suffi?
cient depth of water for all commercial purposes, and
free from ob ?traction:
Be it ordained, 'that in future all mud removed Irom
any ot tho city docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall bo removed ono hut dr jd and Arty fathoms from
tho end of the dock. '
The Uirbor Master shall be furnished with a copy of
this Ordinance, which he is required strictly to enforce;
and to report lor prosecution ah violations of the samo;
which iliad subject tho party so offending lo a fine not
exceeding ono hundred collais foi' each and every
Ratified in City Council thiii eigb' lay of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousa. 1 eight hundred and
(L.S.J P. C. GAILLARD. Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. _October 18
OFTICE CLERK or COUNCIL, 1
May 1867. (
The fodowiug Section of " An Ordinanco lo abolish the
office of Sperintendent of Streets ; to provide lor Keep
tug the Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
City of Chirlcsston Clean, and for other purpo.ss," is
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
For" the due protection of the said contractor or con?
tractors, it it further ordained, Ihat every owner, lassoo,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in any
stieet, Une, alley, or open court, shall on every day
(Sundays excepted) havo the dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in trout ot his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and la readiness for the contractor, by the hour ot
seven o'clock, A. M., troru tho Dist (layer May to the
first day of November lu every yoar ; and by the hour ot
nine o'clock, A. M., frcm thc tirst day ol' November to
the first day of May following. And any persou offend?
ing heroin, or piaclng any curt, filth, garbage, or other
otlal, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, alter the
hours above named, Bhall be subjec. to a line not less
than two nor more than fivo dollars, for each and every
ofience, to bo imposed by tho Mayor,
By order W. H. SMITH,
May 16_ Clork of Connell.
TO REGULATE Tilb 8TOBAOS OF PETROLEUM, TTS POO
DUCTS, AND OTHER TM'LAM?'ABLE OILS.
SEC. L Be it ordained by the Mayer and Aldermen, tn
City Cov.ncl astemblcd, That from and after the lSth dr.y
of June next, it shall not be lawlul to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, hock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any otbor In?
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
store or building south of Lino street, in a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, ano
any such quantity so kept or storoa shall be contained hi
vessels ot tin or other metal.
SEC. 1. That Petroleum, its produc*G, or any other lc
flammable oil or ohs, v,hon brought into the city by lani
or water, rosy bo kept on any lot or in any oitdding in
which cotton is not stored, for a period uot exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which timi-il
shall be removed and kept in tho manner as required by
tho foregoing section.
SEC. 3. /my person or persons violating any part ol
this Ordinance shall bo subject to a ino of two hundred
dollars, for each ofi'enee, recoverable in any Court of com?
petent J urisdiction.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May, Itt
tho year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L.S.] P. C. GALLLAHD, Mayor.
W. H. imiD, Clerk of Council. June 6
TO PROVIDE FOB TEX LIQUIDATION OT TUS INTERE3T
OK THE DEBT OT TBE CITT, WBICU ACCRUED ON TBX
TUtBTTZTn DAT OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE tl ORDAINED BY iHE MA?OR AND ALDER?
MEN in City Council assembled, That for the pur?
pose of lie uidatlug the m'.crest on the public debt ot the
city, which accrued on the tnir.leth day ol September
last, six per cent, stock, obligatory on the corporation ot
tho City of Charleston, sholl be issued under the direc?
tion of tho Mayor, tc the persons holding stocks or six
per cent bonde ot the city, and eut.tled to receive the
in:ore; t accrued thereon at the Hmo above stated, the
said stock to bear interest alter the rate of six per cent
per annum, parable quarterly, redeemaolo in thirty
years from date: Provided, That no part Of said stock
shill bo issued for any sum less than twenty dollars, or
lor any fracuonal part cf a dollar: Provided, also, that
all tums for lesa than twcnt> dollars, and I'jr lracdonal
parts cf a dollar, shall bo paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. That the icm. ol' ecrt/iicate, and mode ol
transier cf said stock shall bo subject to the tame regu?
lations ai now exist in lelalion to other city six per etat,
stocks of tho r"..
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second doy of Octo?
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
(L. 8.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayer.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk ol' Council._October 25
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3,1867. j
PUBLIC NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
. he following Ordinanco licenses have been prcpareo
lerdjUvery irom this Otace. S. T'JOMAS,
SEC. L Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermenm
City Council assembled, Tba't from and after the first d->
of January, licenses shall be taken out for all cari?, dr.ij,
and wagous, used for private aud domestic purposes, m
the samp manner, and according to tho same pru Vlsi ons
now ol' lorco in relation to carte, drays and wagons, let ci
driven tor hire, except giving bonds, And each suth
cart, dray or wagon, shall bc provided with a budge ci
taiuiny thc number thereof, and marked Private, tu ,
placed o:a the outside of the shaft.
Src. 2. No person ?Lall be taken by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, '\ agous and other carriages, nc
lesa he or t-lie be a freeholder.
SEC. X The follow ing shall hereafter be the rato;: .ct
licences for public and private carts, drays, tragona, vc,
including tho horses or mules uacd thereoi, wnich ghi*li
cc. iree norn other tax?t on:
PUBLIC CAHTS, PRATH, KTC, OR THOSE EMI LOVED Qt AM
BUSINESS WHATEVER, Ton UIBL Dinnc'T OB INDIRECT.
For e\ery cart, dray cr wagon, drawn by one hor?e ot
For every cart, dray cr wagon, drawn by two horror
For every hack and carriage with iwo wheels, ?2Q.
For every hick and carriage vuth four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus jexcept line omnibus
with two horses, tSO.
For every ?tage or omnibus (except hue oinnibcij,
drawn by four hoi?c?, $60,
For every ttuck drawn oy two or nioie iiorse?orinuk.
For even- express wagon drawn by tvro or more hors ?I
cr mules, ?60.
PREAD CARIS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DBATS, EIC.
For every brcau >.art or wagon, $5.
Fir every cart, dray or wajon, used for private cr do.
meet ie purposes, and not to ba employed in thc trans?
porting ol goods, vrarcs, merchanuue, lumber, or a;.;,
o;her commodity, for compensation, either directly ?
indirectly tor the raine, shah pay ?or a license tho ?um o'
. exclusive oi thc horst- or mole.
Ratified in City Council, this 10th day of Janur.ry
|L. c.] lo lue year ol'cir Lord cue thoura?d ciybt hun.
drcu ond ilxty-fix.
By the Mayor. p. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
Joiiusry ? v>\ u. KtUTB, Clerk O? Council
THF. ?Ji?A.VGEBURG NEWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Oraugebui;;, s. C Terms SS per annum, in a.'
During tho ?pring nnu fiiU seasons extra copies of the
ORANGEDUBO NEWS whl be circulated for the benellt ol
nur advertising pctronB.
Contract Advertisements inserted on thc most lib?rai
forms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Oraagebury News,
February 25 Orangebuiy, S
Lessees sud Managers.JOHN "EJITLETOM k BBC-.,
Of thc Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
FIFTEENTH NIGHT OF THE SEASON.
This Evening, December 6.
Furore Unequalled I
LAST FIVE NIGHTS!
Last Week o?* the Company I
THE LAST CHANCE TO SEE THE SUPERB
WITH SCENERY, COSTUMES ABS EFFECTS FBOM
SECURE SEATS TO AVOID THE HUSH I
Curtain rises at quarter to 8 o'clock.
Admission $1.00; Reserved seats, 81.25; Colored seats 75
cents; Boy?, 60 cents.
?3r Tickets can be procured at the Box Office through?
out tho day. December 6
TON sim AL7~
W. E. MARSHALL,
SHAM ll HAIR CUTTING
No. 31 BROAD-STBEET, Up Stairs,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December 5 lino*
SAM'L B. MJIRSHALL
EESPECTFULLY BEOS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
that hs bas now on hand, ard ls receiving constant?
ly, the following
Which he offers at Wholesale and Retail.
AXES. HOES, SPADES. SHOVE LS.
COTTON AND WOOL CARDS.
SIEVES. CHAINS, ?AILS,
SPIKES, CANK. BARROWS.
TURPENTINE TOOL9, BUE?DER8' HARDWARE.
MILL *>ND ORXND STONES.
PLOUGHS, CORN SHELTERS,
STRAW CUTT * BS,
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
FuRKS AND CASTORS,
CAI-X. MUSKETS, GUNS,
WOOD TIN AND HOLLOW WARE.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, of my own Importation, au assortment of C. UN's,
CUTLERY, Steel Corn Mills, t arron Ware. Sporting Ar
tielcf, .v c. Will be sold low for cash cr city acceptance.
No. 310 KING-STREET,
THREE DOORS BEX.OW SOCIETY,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUN.
December 3 S
S ! STOVES ! !
THE VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOR CHURCHES, HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
Cl? ;N JMLE?& tl
IfO, 150 MEETIXG STREET,
November 2 ?mos Charleston, 8. C.
HATS AND CAPS.
Fine S?k Hats, $5.
STEELE HAS A FASHIONABLE DRESS SILK HAT,
won h 87, for $6.
Soft French Felt Hats, $3 60 to U CO.
Soft Felt Hats, '.Sc., $1, SI 60, $2.
Beys' Felt Hats, 76c., SI. SI 60.
Boys' Glazed and (.'loth Caps, 60c
Llttle Children's Fancy Hats.
Ladies' mrs, 75c. to 815.
STEELE'S "HAT" HALL.
No. 313 King sixset, Sign of the Big Hat.'
November 29 Q
CLOAK JUKING ESTABLISHMENT.
MBS. M J. ZEENOW,
No. 302 King street,
Fourth Door North of
Wentworth street. Branch
of Madame DEMOKEsT'3
PA l hi NS. STAMPING
and EMBROIDERY, neat?
October 30 wftnSmo
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
A SUPERB STUCK. OF FINE
GOLD AND SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
ALL WARRANTED TO RUN AND THOROUGH?
LY REGULATED, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.?'?50 to 81000
100 Magic Cased Gold Wut:hes. 200 to 600
1U0 La.?es' Watches, Enamelled. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 250 to SCO
2u0 Gold Hunting English Levers. 200 to 250
300 Gold Huutiu!,' Duplex Watches. 150 to 200
6?0 Silver Hunting Levers. J0 to
500 SUver Huu?ng Duplej-es. .? *? Jg
500 Ladies1 Gold Watches. 30 to *g
1000 Gold Hunting Lepines. g?? Jg
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all kinds. 60 to 100
2500 SilTer Hunting Watches. ?to 60
60 X) Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 75
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular one
price plan, ?ivicg every pa :ron a fine Gold or solid Sil?
ver Watch ter slu. without regard to vaiue.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnifi?
cent Stock. Certificates, nimm? the articles, are placed
tn eealed envelopes, aDd well mixed. Holders are enti?
tled to thc article named ou their certificate, upon pay?
ment ot 'l en Delius, whether it be a Watch worth $1000
or ouc worth less. Thc return of any of our certificates
entitles vou to the article named thereon, upon payment,
?respective of itswjrth; aud aa no article valued less
than 810 is named on any ceruiicate, it will at once
bo -ccu that tins is no Lottery, but u straightforward
legitimate transiclicn, which may bo participated in
even by tho mos: iastidiouf.l
\ single Certificate will be sent by mail, postpaid, upon
recen ! of 25 cents, five lor $1, oleren for 82, thirty-three
a?a ??CL':\nt premium for 85, sixty-six and moro valuable
premium roi* ?10, one hundred and moat tuperb Watch
lor 813 'lo Agents, or tuosc wishing employment, this
I? o rare opportunity. It ls a legitimately conducted
tuslne?'- duly authorized by the Uovernment, and open
to thc most careful scrutiny Try us. "^J?f*fn
WRIGHT, BRO. A CO.,
Importers, No. lol Broadway, N. I.
October 22 .
GROCERY AND MISCELIANEOU <
r\S~\r\ SACKS, LANDING FROM BABE H AKTS
Vj ll ll ADELSTIM. For sala in lore to ult pur
lasers, by B. T. WALKES,
December 6 4 Boyce A Oo'e. Wharf.
OATS, BRAN, GI??0T"
J R. M. BUTLER.
December 6 3 North Atlantis Wharf.
nilTIZBNS WISHING TO PATBONIZE A DROVER
U will find MEAT at Stalls Nos. 48 and 49 1 arg*
leat Marist). BEEF, VEAL and MUTTON from CK to
2>4 ccr.ta per rn. coustanUy on hand.
November 20 ijnj
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOB SAXE IN LOTS TO SOIT PURCHASERS. BT
the Manuhicturer u CLUC0S.
" . . ,. No- 67 B'ae street, Kew York.
COLGATE & C0/8
THE STANDARD OS1
For Sale by aril Grocers
Octoter 21 3mo
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC?
FIFTY-FIRST YEAR OF PULBICATION.
PLANTERS' AND MERCHANTS'
FOE, 18 6 8,
"?T7TLL BE ISSUED ABOOT THE FIBS! WEEK Bf
V V December, and will contain the usual valuable
mfr rmatlon for which it has become so justly celebrated.
This ALMANAC circulates through thc Districts of
South Carolina, and the States of North Carolina and
Georgia, and ia referred to the year round aa authority
on many important subjects by Plantera, Mechanic?,
Merchants and Lawyers. .
A limited mun ocr of advertisements will be taken If
applied for at once.
PUBLISHES, No. 69 BROAD STREET,
November IS_fmwlmo Chattest jn. Sj C
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
?P-T0WN BOOK ? N?WS DEPOT.
No. 357 KING STREET: OPPOSITE ANN,
IfTOL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL THE
VV LATEST PUBLICATIONS, such as BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, Ac; pirti ea Urine ap
town will find it convenient to give me a call, and can
rely on getting their papers regular. City papers sold
and subscriptions taken for all Papers and Magaxtoca.
Foreign Papen and Beviewa ordered for regular sub?
Particular attention paid to orders from the c:untry.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept 'on
haflL 3mo Novembsr 31
SHACKELFORD Se KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
NO. 1 BOYCE'S WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
W. W. SH ACXEUTOBD. WM. Afr rv JXliT.
R. M. MARSHALL Se BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
KEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PBO
PEBT? LEASED. _
Sf Auction of HORSES, FURNITUBE, kc, every
WILLIAM H. GIlLILAfiD 4 SON',
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 93 HAINE STREET,
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, msm MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUNCHASE, SALE AND
SHU-MENT (to Foreign andDomertio Ports)of
COTTON. RI CE, LUMBEB AND NA VAL STO?ES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, a. c.
E. WILL'.S.A. R. CHiSOLM
READ FOR TOUR INTEREST.
SATE YOUR MONET UNTIL YOU BEACH THE
Southwest corner of Meeting and Wentworth streets,
where B. WHITE will sell you Just such FOhNTTURE
as yon want, from a CRADLE to a CHAMBER or PAR
LOB SET, at prices that bave pleased many others, are
pleasing every day, and so they will you.
Everything warranted as represented.
Hair. Cloth, and Vam .sh cheap to tho trade.
Don't be kept away, and don't leave if others are be?
fore you ; you will get your torn.
Southwest Corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
December 4 lao
MAJORITY FOR COMMON
ALL PEBSONS FOR OR AGAINST A CONTENTION
will find it much to their interest th the
OF THEIR HOUSEHOLDS TO PATRONIZE
MACKEY &Q BAKER,
Who have on band s large assortment of GOOD FCBNI
NIT URE, CHILDREN'8 CARRIAGES, Ac, which they
will sell for cash CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER
HOUSE Di THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY.
We also manufacture to order and repair ALL KINDS
J)F ?UBNITUBE at the SHOBTEST NOTICE.
The patronage of our friends and tho public ls eera
eatly solicited at the
SM OF Tl GOLDI ROO,
MARKET AND MK STREEK
1ST, BUCK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
OF EVERY VABIETY.
No. 78 Bowery, near Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FUBNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our Home guaranteed aa re?
p.. W. FB05T. JAMI'S BLACK. GEO. E7TDE2.
October 24 8mos
The Sumter News.
DARB 4 OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER S. C.
Subscription $4.00 par annum. To Clubs of fonz
(3.00 per annum.
Advertisements inserted on liberal terms.;
The Carolina Times.
PUBLISHED AT ORANG EB URO C. H.
T1JJJS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT THF,
JL middle portion of the State, and ofiers the best
acuities fer od vert? sera._Vebniarv ?
The East Florida Banner,
?CAIaA, MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA -
T. F. SMFi_, Editor and Proprietor.
B. C. DsBRUHL, Assistant Editor.
rHE BANNED HAS A LAB GE CIRCULATION
throughout the mos; populous and wealthy portions
Business men, desirous of irrtrodnctnp their business
ttrough that section, would do well to advertise in ita
BCB8CKTITI0J?, ?3 A ?ZAB.
Brancx A Co., Agenta, at Courier Office, Clasriauton.
oath Carolina, ?eptmb?tip