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VOLUME VIII.-NUMBER 1219.
CHARLESTON, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER If?, 1869.
THU NATION Als CAPITAL.
Annexation of Sun Domingo-How to
Tame tho Indians-Tuc Next Cennuc.
[SraoiAI,TELEGRAM TO TUB NEWS.]
WASHINGTON, November 17.
Thc treaty for thc annexation of San Domin?
go to the United Stales was uecepicd herc on
Tuesday, and returned for ratification.
Thc indian Peace Commission met to-day, and
agreed on a report, In wbtch they say that peace
joan bo preserved without military Hld, and thal
/most or the trlbeH arc willing to settle on thc
I reservations and become civilized.
Tho House Special Census Coinmltlcc met to?
day and began thc preparation or a bill for taking
thc ninth census.
ATLANTA, November 17.
Tito Superior Court decides that telegraph
companies arc not common carriers; that they
are not responsible for errors of ultnoHphcrlc elec?
tricity ever which they have no control; that thc
printed rules and regulations or thc company arc
a special contract binding on thc persons who
use thc wires. The court awarded thc plaintiff
$10, thc actual expense or tho transmission er a
message and tho express charges on u money
package missent by error or the telegraph. Thc
amount claimed was $2000. Thc court also d<
oldcd that telegraph companies arc-not responsi?
ble for errors when their line or territory is under
thc control or supervision of thc military authori?
IWhat is Thought of Spain-Movement*
of thc Emperor.
PARIS, November 17.
Thc Temps says, regarding Spain, that un?
less a coup d'etat, or a vicarious revolution oc?
iar, Spain will probably remain an Irregular Re?
public under thc name or a monarchy.
Thc Emperor remains In Paris during thc
Thc Radicals condemn the opposition depu?
ties' manifesto as wanting courage.
The (Ecumenical Connell.
LONDON, November 17.
The Pope writCB that though excluded from tho
Oecumenical Connell, Protestants will bc afforded
opportunities for making explanations.
A Pleasant Alternative.
MADRID, November 17.
lt is said that thc political prisoners have thc
cholee of Joining tho army or of banishment to
the Philllpinc Islands, there to await legal pro?
ceedings against them.
A I-r?fit-Handed Marriage.
I'AUIS, November IT.
Le Gaulois, of to-day, announces tho morgan?
atic marriage or Victor Emanuel during his re?
sent illness, lt ls rumored that he will soon ab?
TUE SUEZ CANAL.
ALEXANDRIA, November 17.
The Jcutivltlcs preliminary to passing thc
canal proved a great success.
Eugenie and thc Emperor of Austria arc here.
No vessel drawing over fifteen reel will Join the
THE NEW REBELLION.
WASHINGTON, November 17.
Canadian advices confirm tho report of tho
expulsion or Governor McDougal and his officers
Dom the Red River country. McDougal ls en?
camped in Dacotah Territory, calling for troops.
The insurgents have established a provisional
TUE CAPE PEAR PAIR.
WILMINGTON, November 17.
The Cape Fear Agricultural Fair is well at?
tended, and a large number of additional entries
tafkvc been made. About six thousand persons
were on tho ground to-day, and fifteen thousand
are expected to-morrow.
XV A lt KS MOM THE WIRES.
There was a violent run and wind in Phila?
delphia on Tuesday night.
Tho vote In thc lower House of the Tennessee
Legislature on the Fifteenth amendment ls fifty
seven pro, twelve con. Thc vote in thc Senate
win he In about thc same proportion.
The workmen have struck light in thc tunnel
birt wenn the White Sulphur Springs and Coving?
ton, on the Chesapeake ami Ohio Railroad.
The revenue yesterday was over $2.r>0,ooo.
All the department offices at Washington are
Secretary Hoar bas gone home to Massachu?
The Mayor or 8t. Lonls estimates that thc
amount or produce sent thence to points south of
Cairo ls twice as large as lt was before the war,
and that thc shipment of manufactured articles
has Increased ten-fold.
WHAT IS HOING IN UV MITER.
Cotton Stealing and Housebreaking
The K. Iv. K-Sance for the Goose
and Sauce for the Osn<lei>-Thc Crops
f 'PROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]
SUMTER, 8. C., November 13.
Our county this year has mado about two-thirds
rof a cotton und one-third of a corn crop. As for rice,
potatoes, Ac, the oontlnued dry weather during
we summer has caused tho yield to bo very small
Indeed. Considering what poor crops have beca
made In some portions of the State, our people
should be contented thal they tiavo done so well.
It ls not unusual lo bear of from one to two bales
cu* cotton being made to thc acre, and half a bale
ls a common report. In a few years less than a
bale to the acre will be considered a short crop.
How much of their cotton tho farmers have
lost by theft, lt ls Impossible to estimate; but,
Judging by thc largo quantities or seed cotton
?old this fall, thc tiller tax most be a very heavy
.ne. The farmers, unable to proteot at night
their wide extended hulda, and surrounded by
.tinning and expert thieves, bavo remonstrated
wi h merchants and traders for aiding, however
uiilntcutlonully, thcao rogues, by purchasing aced
cotton et all; and In most Instances this appeal
has been received ?nd responded to in tho right
spirit. Hut there arc yet sumo who uro unwilling
to give np thc prouts of a traine, which, though a
aourco of great wrong, ls not yet prohibited
by law. Somo uuknown persons, banded logethor,
and supposed to be K. K.'a, have taken tho mut?
ter Into their own hands. Suverul stores, niter
previous warning to their owners, have been
. kunu, Some who were warned have agreed to
[ stop trading lu ibis lino. These violent measures
I aro not approved or by our people. They desire
\ that thc whole moral loren of thc community bc
arrayed against this nefarious traUlc,bui condemn
such lawless means for stopping lt. Scott's proc?
lamation offering a reward of one thousand doh
. lars fer Information against, and arrest
i ttl tho parties, could not bo objected to,
?alf i it wcro written lu the right spirit.
*B? publication also suggests to our minds thc
?P&ci that many cases or mansions Incendiarism
Vi av o happened lately In our county, in which
? vefy worthy persons were tho surfercra, yet the
I thunder of tho Executive was not beard, nor
was any Inducement crrcrod. In the shape of n
reward, for tho discovery of thc perpetrators.
One Of thc victims of these K. K. proceed?
ings which huvu so stirred up the Executive
wrath, is a Radical brother or Radical Con greca
man Robertson. Stato constable Hubbard a row
days ago paid a visit to our county, and as a re?
sult of lils investigation a "-.umber of moat re?
spectable persona have boen arrested aa being K.u
The congregation of tho Episcopal Church In
. thia place had a fair at tho beginning of Ibis
month, whloh proved quito successful. The
amount realized waa much greater than was
. hoped for. It ls proposed by some of the ladles of
on? town to have a fair on the 20th of December
next, for the parp?se of raising a fund with
.which to orect a monument to the Confederate
dead of our district. This patriotic object, which
doty and lovo both commend to the minds of the
people, will, I am sure, enlist their warmest sym*
patalea and hearty co-operation. E.
I nv WITH THE Tint KS.
THE EMPRESS OP TUE FRENCH ASTONISH?
ING THE SULTAN.
lier Conversation with the American
Minister-Seeking; ? Pretext for a
Visit to ?he United States-The Great
Spanish Beauty Promised a Splendid
Reception In Amcrlcn.
A ConsU'.nlluople letter to Ute New York
All business has been suspended nt thc Porte
for tho Inst week. In consequence of thc
/etea to thc Empress Eugenio. Her reception has
been magnificent In every sense of tho word. On
Friday lust, the diplomatic corps were presented
lo her al lite palace or llcglcrbey. She was ex?
ceedingly cordial und pleasant to Die American
Munster. Among other things, she said to him:
"I love to travel, and Hie more I travel, thc more
I love it. I have a great desire lo visit thc United
Slates, nnd I should rejoice lo find a pretext Tor
going there." Our representative assured her
that she would meet with a eordtul reception
from tile Government nutt people of the United
States, and he hoped she would lind an opportu?
nity to honor us with a visit.
HIOSB WINNINI! WAYS.
You cannot imagine thc grace and charming
maimer lu willett she thanked Mr. Jay Morris for
this response. Uer bearing and manners arc so
fascination, that unless n diplomat ls on his
guard he may commit a breach of etiquette in
responding loo frcelv to her winning frankness.
She ls amiable to all, uud has au apt word for all.
She has won all hearts herc by lier Innate good?
ness and Hie graces or her manner and person.
A GRAND REVIEW.
On Saturday there was a review or 30,000 troops
at Uunkiar Iskelessl in ber honor. Thc Sultan
corni neted her to thc review from Rcglerbey lu
his own steam yacht.
Abdul- Ards bears n striking rescmblnnco lo Mr.
Tooinbs, of Georgia, of Hanker Hill and Confede?
rate fame-tho same imperious air and tawny
complexion and tinge of aboriginal blood-carry?
ing about him that Impregnable and immeasura?
ble sense of power, which marks great slave and
land-owners as well as absolute sovereigns.
Bl'tl EN Ul PENOTYPEO.
Eugenic is Hie embodiment or Andalusian grace
and Parisian stylishness. Seen (rom a distance,
alto retains all the beauly which in times of yore
mudo her tho most courted belle ut Madrid, Lon?
don and Paris. Rut on closer proximity to her,
and when her face ls not bathed in that sea ar
smiles which constitutes its mont fascinating
charm, the ominous linger or agc, which settles
on ladies' faces, and especially round their eyes,
after thc fortieth year hos been left behind, par?
ticularly when, like Eugenic, they havo tasted all
thc sweets or lire and love, has len Rs Impress in
unmistakable swellings or thc skin and irrepressi?
ble soupcons or corning wrinkles. Rut her eyes
retain all their lustre or younger days, and reflect
with bewitching fidelity the thousand emotions
of a gushing heart, and thc mercury-like
fluctuations of a capacious, sparkling and pol?
ished Intellect. Long-headed like a Rostonlan
beauty, with that wide space between thc eye?
brows which gencrnlly denotes good powers of
perception and will, and with gentle protuber?
ances on her forehead which bespeak high iniagi
native faculties, her face, well forincti as lt Ts,
would bc still more impressive were she to dis?
close her brow in all tts fullness. Rut faithful to
tho existing fashion, so favorable to ladles with
negative foreheads, thc dimensions of thu brow
are crippled by the arrangement or thchalr-drcss.
Nevertheless, its ample form is to a certain degree
revealed by thc general configuration or thc pro?
file; conscious ot which physiological disclosure,
lier intellectual coquetry has perhaps something
to do with tho mysterious concealment of a
natural advantage which is well known to bo
hera. Tho principle charin or her presence is
that or a harmonious undulation ef manners,
adapted with almost miraculous skill to sorvc
aa au accompaniment to winning smiles, grace?
ful gestures, brilliant, causerie, and an all per?
vading sweetness or disposition and goodness
or heart. Thc Empress, by thc side of thc Sultan,
seemed to the manner born of Orlcutal life. Her
Moorish blood seemed to kindle in thc presence of
Ute Ottoman monarch, and he, too, may have
thought or the time when Granada, the birth-place
of his guest, still owed allegiance to Eastern
rulers. To illustrate this alUntly or origlu, the
style of Moorish antill lecture was adopted for tile
splendid kiosk, capable of holding a thousand
persons, which had been constructed for thc spe?
cial use of thc Sultan and thc Empress. They oc?
cupied thc central pavilion, and tho two wings
were appropriated to thc Turkish otlicials and the
diplomatic corps. Thc day was a clear autumnal
day or October's finest weather. Thc sight of thc
kiosk, with the Sultan aud Empress, and
tho sloping lillis in the rear, covered with
a hundred thousand Turkish, Persian, Ar?
menian, (?reek, and Levantine women, in
their varying dresscss or every hue, and
their various styles or beauty-from the pale,
delicate, emaciated harem type of Ottoman belles,
to the ?rrlih r in re cf un re ll ned Per inte women
of plebeian, French, Italian, or English descent,
and of solid American women-all staring with
bewildered curiosity at thc Imperturbable Sultan,
and still more at thc ever-smiling Empress, and
chattering in a hundred idioms, which Mezzo
fante himself might not havo been able to deci?
pher; thc picture thus presented, together with
thc fairy-like panorama of thc land and sea, thc
surface of thc lauer dotted by numerous caiques,
rowed by swarthy Unitarians dressed in White,
presented so many beautiful and picturesque as?
pects that thc pencil of the artist may delineate
them for generations to come.
TUB riuAN l) ILLUMINATION ON TUR DOSPnORUS.
The troops occupied about three hours in dem?
ing before thu kiosk, ench regiment, as Hearne up
before thc Empress nnd Sultan, rending Ute air
with acclamations. In thc evening the Empress
dined with tho Sultan en intime, at thc famous
kiosk built by Mahomet All on thc Rosphorus,
front of the valley of 11 un ki ar Iskelessl. The hllU
around thc valley were covered by an immense
camp, which was Ut up by hundreds of thousands
or lights, and from which ut irregular Intervals,
and Tor au hour at times, incessant fusillades
were kept up. When thc Empress len the kiosk
to return to Rcglerbey, her resilience, accom?
panied by thc Sudan, thu splendors of a tull
moon, paled before thc myriads or lires that burst
into thc air from thc shores of Eurolie and Asia,
from thc inonu tain slopes, and the decks of thc
vessels at anchor In the Rosphorus. Indeed, thc
passage of thc Empress down thu Rosphorus waa
Itt up by one continued blaze of illuminating fire
from thc vessels of war anchored in thc Ros?
phorus along tho wholo route. The murninni ions
on thc AH lune and European shores were Indes?
cribably beautiful. The Champs Elysees, thc Hols
dc Roulogne, aud tho llonlevards bowed, as lt
were, their heads in shame and confusion at tbc
confession or her Majesty that she never before
had witnessed such a scene of magio spleudor.
AN ORIENTAL BANQUET.
On Sunday evening the corps diplomatique
dined at tho palace of Uolma-Ragtcho, and were
Introduced at first to a waiting-room, whence,
after some delay, they proceeded through a grand
hall to thc staircase which lcd to thu banquci-hall
of thc palace. After a few minutes of attente, thc
Snltun entered with Ute Empress on his arm, and
bowing low lo their gncsts, they lcd tho way to
dinner. About eighty persons sat down to table,
Including the foreign ministers and all thc chief
officers or the empire. Thc Sultan and Empress
sat together st tho head of the tablu on throned
chairs. The Empress wore a green robe, richly
covered with lace. She wore on her brow a crown
of diamonds Unit ou mashed thc blazing gas. Her
necklace was a string of large mid ciegan fr set
diamonds. Thc whole parura was estimated at
not less than a m niloc, of francs. No toasts were
drunk, and tho Sultan drank no wine. AU the
guests were tn full-dress uniforms, blazing with
gold embroidery, except the American Minister,
who on this, OH on nil other occasions since thc
passage of Senator Sumner's resolution proscrib?
ing uniforms to civilians lu thc diplomatic ser?
vice, appeared in a plain snit or black. This slm
CKelty ot costume makes the representative ot tho
tilted Stales recognizable ut a glance among thc
APTER DINNER TALK. ,
After dinner the company retired to one of tho
reception rooms of thc palace, where the Em?
press and I he Sultan entered Into conversation
with thc members er thc diplomatic corps gen?
erally, and, alter addressing the ambassadors,
exchanged graceful words with some or the min?
isters, and were marked lu their nilablltty to the
American Envoy, tho Btiltau chatting with him
ror a considerable time, and being evident Iv very
much plcuscd with thc interview.
Shortly afterward thu Sultan offered his arm to
the Empress and retired from tho room, which
was a signal for (roncral departure. The spectacle
on tho Rosphorus was magical. All tho vessels of
war were ranged lu a long Uno before the palace,
their rigging hung wilh lights. As thc Empress'
barge crossed tho Ilosphorus to Rcglerbey, all the
vessels burnell Rengul lights, covering the surracc
or the water with a sheol of fire. The American
Minister accompanied tho Russian Ambassador
anti Mme. IgnaticfT to tho dinner in tho Russian
legation steamer. The dinner was at o P. M. On
going down the Rosphorus from Euyukticro to
polma-Ilagtche, thc steamer curried tho American i
flag at her fore and tho Russian on her other mast
a circumstance which confirmed tho wide-spread
impression or an Intimate entente cordiale be?
tween the two countries. The Empresa conversed
nearly bair an hour with tho Russian Ambassador
In tho most coquettish and ing?nions manner
both ?f them from time to time laughing heartily'
and evidently enjoying each other's society. Tho
Sultan also was very cordial to General Ignatlcrr
both of them bantering each other In tho most
free and easy style.
Noxt weok we aro to havo the Prince* of Prussia
and tho Emperor of Austria, who brings with him
BUmarek's particular fricad, BeusL
TISIS BLACK CLO Vii IN PA It I S.
How it Passed. Over thc City-Thc Pre?
cautions Ta kt-II nt UM Tuileries.
The Purls corrceponuViit of iho New York
Yesterday, thc 26lh of October, was to have In?
augurated thc Inst l'rcnch revolution. At the
eleventh hour, Indeed Its promoters backed out,
and gave notice to their adherents that the utfutr
was adjourned to some other time. Hut us things
turned out, they might ns well have spured Ihoin
srlvcH this trouble; for tho weather was such UH
to mukc a popular gathering ul mott, impossible.
When I drew my window curtains lo tho morn?
ing and looked out upon tho wet und slippery
streets, thc cold, Inclement skies, und tho evi?
dent discomfort with which every passer-by nu?
der his umbrella regarded thc general condition
of thc universe, it was a foregoue conclusion I hut
under no circumstances could u mob assemble In
such wea mer. lt could not hold together. No
human being, either with or withoal an umbrel?
la, could have expected to stand still for ten
minutes exposed lo such n cold and pelting rain.
Hut 1 recalled my Addison to memory:
"Thc dawn Ls overcast, thc morning lowers,- .
And heavily lu clouds bringa on thc day:
Thc great, thc Important day, big with thc fate
Of Cato, and or Home;"
And so, when at noon thc clouds began to roll
away, and thc aun sallied lort H. I followed his ex?
ample and ventured towards thc "promised
lund" of eon si it ut ional reform-thc Placo dc la
Concorde, on this side or thc Seine, and thc hull
or the Corps L?gislatif on thc oilier. Between
these two all la open lo thc eye, and il needed but
one glance to ace that there waa no revolution on
thc lilli or rare for thc day. Thc weather was
still damp and chilly, though thc sun smiled sa?
tirically ou thc sight-seers, who came for excite?
ment and went home willi bad colds.
There was Indeed a time when there were
enough blouses present to have inaugurated a
row, and some ot these were apparently well dis?
posed to do so; but they were so scattered and
mixed up In thc temporary throng, that ll was
perfectly plain that their hour was not come, und
that, ir ludced they hud contemplated uti out?
break, they had come there to Join In lt, rather
than to organi/.e lt. Aa thc duy passed uway, so
did thc people; and I cutt safely ulUrui, Hint for by
fur thc larger part of the twenty-four hours, there
were fewer persona lu that neighborhood than on
any other day that I have vlaitcd lt aluce my ar?
rival In Parla. And thc great majority of those
who were there yesterday, were not at all thc
kind of people who get up a riot. They were
cither curiosity-mongers, or persons following
their proper avocations, and going about their
lawful business. Nevertheless, though there
was no disturbance, you muat not suppose that
a disturbance was not apprehended or that it was
len unprovided for; and it la extremely fortunate
for the people that thc day terminated aa lt did.
There arc at least two forces in France, which lt
ls extremely dime ult for any mob io oppose with
succcsaful violence. One ls publie opinion; thc
other ls thc army. Both yesterday were against
thc threatened row. lt waa naturally enough
denounced by every man with a penny in his
pocket, but even to many-perhaps to more
than 1 estimate-of those who gel their bread
rrom hand to mouth, and arc always ready
?or any erneute, thc thing seemed ridiculous and
absurd. I will not euler Into the political dis?
putes between thc opponents and thc partisans
ol the Emperor; but whatever they may amount
to, lida was not thc occasion nor tho manner
to Hettie them. Because hair a dor.cu dciiutlcs
had vowed vengeance against him for refusing to
convoke thc Legislature on thc 20lh ol October,
and had declared their Intention or assembling
themselves on that day, and ol laking audi ac?
tion aa they might deem utting; because they
hail backed out, one alter another, until only M.
Itsapall remained linn, and then he burked nut,
too; because merely of nil these things, wus l'a ns
to bc Ulled with blood and smoke, and thc people
fired on by thc troops, and the ahops abut up, and
trade ruined for three days, and thc moat respec?
table ot cali-drlvers and colfec-housc walters be?
reaved of bia pourbotre-thc (Ive couta of gratui?
ty, which makes hia lifo u blessing instead or a
burden. Thc Idea was absurd.
It cannot be denied, however, that there was a
good deal or readiness among thc working classes
to cuter luto an encounter with thc authorities.
Buring thc dny ot thc 25th. und during a part or
thu evening, I passed through many or the lowest
and "unreconstructed" street s of Paris-notably
through thc Faubourg St. Antoine-and the spirit
of discontent waa very apparent. It is subdued
for the present, but If lt docs not break out agniu
during thc coming session of tho Legislature,
when some daring deputy will doubtless seek to
raise tho atorra which ls so dimcult to quell-or at
thc approaching election, when partiaan feel?
ings will bc nt their iiood-ltdc among thc peo?
ple-1 shall find myself greatly mistaken. For
thc present, however, the good senso of thc best
men. both of thc government and thc opposition
fia rt ivs, has prevented a great nubile scandal. Tho
attcr utterly and sternly rebuked any popular
demonstration whatever for yesterday. Thc for?
mer took such precautions os would nave mado
any popular outbreak futile. Holding, I suppose,
no less than 80,000 troops in hand, fully armed,
ready to bc thrown on any part of Parla at a mo?
ment's notice, lt did not, through all thc day, pre
seut to the public observation a ningle additional
soldier beyond thc customary guards and rel?ela
or every day. Thc Emperor look up lila quartcra
Ut tho Tuileries, and went about even more freely
than usual, but, though there was provision taken
to close thc iron gales of thc garden ul a mo?
ment's notice, thc sentries who guard the palace
were not Increased in number. That lhere were
more police ofllccrs than usual on tho stricta la
true enough; and that they were generally to be
encountered In couples la also true enough: but
they were always very civil, and it was only
when a bunch of forty or flfty people were
gathered momentarily together, that thc "agents"
seemed to find anything to do. Then, lt
was a very polite rcqueat-"Move on gentle?
men, if you please I"-and thc Utile crowd would
break up and disperse. In short, lt appeared
to roc that nine-tenths of thc people who vis?
ited the neighborhood of the corps L?gislatif yes?
terday were or thc same character aa myself. Wc
caine to ace a row, and there being no row to ace,
we never thought or tuuklng one for oursclvca,
but quietly went home again. Thc affair remind?
ed me of thc old story of thc astronomer who, by
some means or other, discovered that the moon
was Ulled with precious stones, and that Ihc only
mode to cause those jewels to become rcrolltlc,
and to fall upon this dull earth, for thc sudden de?
lectation and enrichment of ita Inhabitants, WUS
by un atmospheric vibration. If every human be?
ing, he calculated, was nt thc same hour and at
the top or his voice to shout "Hob I" tho desired
errect would bc produced, and nil thc world would
go about picking up rubles und diamonds and
emeralds, us thc Jews picked up manna in thc
wilderness. Thc edict went forth. Tho nour was
li ved when all thc world was to give vent to one
tremendous shout. The hour arrived and univer?
sal alienee reigned. Every man was so busy In
listening for thc noise of his neighbors that he
himself stood mute, and thc happy occasion waa
or course, thc promotora or this abortion muat
lose caste In public opinion, und even, probably,
In thu opinion or their own party. The Journals
of to-day which support thc Republican aidegof tho
question aro evidently discouraged and In a bad
humor. Thc funny part or tho whole ntfalr waa
the proclamation pu ti ll shed by H. PIclrl, the head
of the police here, warning all good people to
keep out of tho way on tho 26th, and qnotlng the
very text of thc most rigid law for putting down
mobs which I have ever seen or heard of. lt
amounts simply to this: That a mayor, or some
one from his ofTtcc, or some one clac, shall tie a
tri colored scarf about hie waist and say a few
words to the mob, and shall cause a drum to be
beaten, tr thc mob ls unarmed, there aro lo bc
three rolla of the drum; if armed, however,
but one roll ia necessary; and sa no ono can
any but what In any mob there may bo
a man armed with an umbrella, u toothpick, a
market-basket, or a leg of mutton, lt follows that
thc one drum-beat may generally tic all that In re?
quired. Then force may be lawfully employed,
and force under these circumstances means, If
necessary, grape and canister, sabres and chus
scpofa. And where do you suppose M. PIclrl
finds thia lively Utile law-for lt ia a law actually
In present existence. Tho proclamation Which
publishes RB worda for tho government of the
people at Paris, gives also U s date 7th June, UHR,
und tho names or ita signors and original promul?
gators- Artigo, Lamartine, Marie, damier Pages,
lind (nh, shade ol Bruins I) Lcdru Rollin I There
Is n refinement of cruelly In thia hoisting of the
revolutionary engineer with his own petard which
odds fresh anguish to tho wounds of tho extrem?
ists of tho party of "Irrcconelllbllity." One mn
Imagine With what amazement M. Lcdru Rollin
would rend bis own name put forward in defenco
ortho Empire or Napoleon III I
.? Cit VBL CABS.
Atrocious Treatment of u Penlan Chap?
lain-Barbarity of the Canailian OID.
The account glvon by Father McMahon at
tho late meeting In New York of his treatment
while a prisoner In Canada, exhibits a degree of
cruelty to political prisoners only equalled by Hutt
which was exhibited In nome cases -during our
late civil war. In tho caso of Father McMahon,
however, there would seem lo have been no sem?
blance of a reasonable pretext for his ticing made
a prisoner st all, much less for the barbarity
practiced upon bim.
He states that he was on his way from Madi?
son, Indiana, In June, i860, to seo after tho affaira
of hlR brother who died In Canada, when ho found
himself on the Canadian side surrounded by Irish
soldiers, who, Anding he was a priest, and having
no chaplain, urged him to act os auch, a request
which, as a clergyman, he did not feel at liberty
lo refute. In this capacity bo ministered to tho
wdnndcd und dying ur hoi h Hides in baldes which
afterwards occurred, and while thus engaged he
was made prisoner hy thc llrltlsh forces. He
stales that upon lils trial u letter was introduced
lu testimony on his behalf rrom lllshop Lucra,
the bishop of the diocese where he waa located
na pnrlsh priest, showing he had given him per?
mission to visit Montreal on mattera pertaining
to the death of lils brother. Mr. Kodier, a lawyer,
residing lu the City or Montreal, Irstlllcd that nt
thc lime or Father McMahon's arrest li?: expected
him In thai city to settle the atfulra or his deceased
brother. A letter rrom his bishop to tlie clergy?
men or St. Jacques, staling that he vas on bia
way there, was also laid before the eourt, but was
not permitted to be read. Evidence -ana Intro?
duced on bia bcluiir, also proven by two witnesses
for the prosecution, that when arrested ho had in
bia possession the sacrament mid "holy oil" willi
which thc clergy of that raith aro provided when
vislilng thc sick ?uni living. Yet he was round
guilty mid sentenced to be hung In five weeks
from thc date of lils conviction. Illa sentence
w.e< ai tens ards commuted to Imprisonment for
lire, mid when broken down by prison suffering
he was at Inst releused from coiilincinent. When
first arrest isl hu waa stripped und forced into mi
Ice-cold water bath, where he waa kept mi hour,
which resulted lu a sickness that sent him tu the
hospital ror nearly rour months. This was after?
wards repealed lu tho coldest month of the win?
ter, which rendered another resort to tho hospital
necessary. Such brutality even to a convicted
felon would bc inhuman enough, but In the casu
or un Innocent man il is horrible. Wo are unwil?
ling to attribute to the llrltlsh (.?over nm ..-nt com?
plicity with auch atrocities, ll seems rather like
thc work ot fact ional or local partisan spite, auch
aa waa exhibited lu nome parla of this country a
few yeara ngo, when superacrvlccablo political
hacks or corrupt scir-scckcrs thought to com?
mend themselves to favor by Imputing disloyal!y
to belier men than themselvca, nod, on tho
strength of thal imputation, practicing barbari?
ties, either of omission or commission, tpon them
for which no civilized government would bc wil?
ling to avow its responsibility. '
SNOWDEN-LOO AV.-On Tuesday, November
11th, isca, m thc residence of tho bride's rather,
by the Kev. H. I?. Cutler, WILLUM HENRY SNOBV
DBN, to Misa S. suiTIM A, daughter or Judge 0. W,
Logan, both or thia city.
CLEVELAND-SMITH.-At the residence or Mr.
C. F. Walker, on the 17th or November, by Kev
Lewis, Mr. JOHN M. W. CLEVELAND to Miss ISA
BELLA SMITH, both or this city. *
par- JUST RECEIVED
A LAHOE ASSORTMENT OF
FINE BUSINESS ENVELOPES
NOS. 5 AND S,
Winch will be furnished to our customers wit:
Business Card neatly printed thereon at $4 lo $
THE NEWS JOB OFFIG1
AND 8EE RAUrLKS.
jfSD-No. 21 BEE STREET, NOVEMBE]
17, 1809.-My proposal to deliver OYSTERS to oi
der to all parla of thc city having met with mue
encouragement, I will begin thc delivery i
CHANNEL OYSTERS FRIDAY, thc lOlh Inst
With thc Intention or continuing ll througl
out thc season.
Order boxea will bc round al
Messrs. Waiker, Evans A Cogswell, Broad stree
Mr. A. J. Ilarbot, Broad street.
Mr. John Marion, King street.
Charleston Hotel, Meeting street. f
Mr. O. W. Aimar, corner of Vandcrhorat nu
Charleston Grist Mill, corner or Alexander an
Order munka will be round with each box.
no vt 7 4_THOMAS McCRADY. Agent.
?ST-THE GREAT SOUTHERN ?????D?
JACOB'S CHOLERA, DYSENTERY AND DIA:
RU (EA CORDIAL.-This article, so well knovi
and highly prized throughout the Southern Stat
as a Sovereign Remedy ror the above diseases,
now offered to the whole country.
lt is invaluable'to every lady, both married ai
No family can alford to bc withont it, and not
will to whom lus virtues are known.
For sale uyftl Druggists and general dealers.
DOW1E A MOISE,
octll 3mosDAO_General Agents.
?&- ERRORS OF YOUTH.-A GENTL
MAN who ??uirercd for years rrom Nervous I
blllty, Premature Decay, and ult the etfects
youthful Indiscretion, will, for thc sake of sum
lng humanity, send free to all who need lt, thoi
celpt and directions for making the simple rei
edy by which he waa cured. Sufferers wishing
profit by thc advertiser's experience, can do
by addressing, with perfect con?dence, JOHN
OGDEN, No. 42 Cedar street, New York.
?St*A. CAJ1D.-A CLERGY M A
while residing In South America as a Missionai
discovered a safe and simple remedy for thc cv
of Nervous Weakness, Early Decay, Disease
thc Urinary and Seminal Organs and thc win
train of disorders brought on by baneful a
vicious habits. Great numbers have been cut
by this noblo remedy. Prompted by a desire
benefit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will sc
tho recipe ror preparing and using this mcdlcli
In a scaled envelope, to any ono who needs
free of charge. Address
JOSEPH T. INMAN,
* Station D, Bible Honse,
oct4 3m08* New York City
?i?" IMRALRED DIGESTION. - A L
thc organs of thc body arc, so to speak, thc p
slime rn of the stomach. lu thut liviug laboran
la prepared thc nourishment required to auatt
them, and by the vessels and ducts coonee
with tho digestive apparatus, that nourlahmcn
conveyed to every part of the system. Upon i
quality and quantity of this element of life, i
upon tho manner in which lt la distributed i
apportioned, physleal health mainly dependa, i
os thc mind Inevitably sympathizes with the bo
the vigor of the ono ls absolutely necessary to
well-being of tho other.
lt la because HOSTETTER'S STOMACH II
TEES accomplishes this double object that lt
joys a reputation as a preventivo and curat
never heretofore attained by any medicinal pi
oration. But Rs direct bcucllcial operation u]
the weak or disordered stomach .ls not Its solu
commendation. Ills the moat comprehensive
all known remedies. It tones, strengt hens i
regulates the discharging os well aa tiu usai
luting organs; gently moving thc bowels, prut
ting healthful evaporation through thc po
rousing thc Inert liver rrom Its torpor, mid Ind
lng harmonious and natural action in thc wi
animal machinery. This benign result ls not ]
duced by any of tho reactionary drugs which
used sn lavishly In the old school practice, fou
cd by Paracelsus; but by mild, safe and sgrcct
vegetable agents Intermixed with apure and t
low stimulant which diffuses their indue
throngti the system and renders their sanll
properties activo and effective._novifi om
PST MANHOOD.-A MEDICAL ESS
on the Cause and Cure of Premature Dccllm
Man, the treatment of Nervous and Physical
"There la no member of society by whom
book will not bo found useful, whether such
BOU holds tho relation of Parent Prcceptoi
Clergyman."-Medical Times and Gazette.
Sent by mall on receipt of fifi y cents. Add
the Author, Dr. E. DEF. CURTIS, Washing
D. C. sepfj l;
- ??f- BATCIIELOR'S HAIR DYE.-T]
splendid Hair Dye ls the best In tho world;
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable
stantaneous; no disappointment; no rldlcu
tints; reme ilea the III effects or bad dyes;
vigora tea and leaves the hair soft and bean
black or brown. Sold by au Druggists and
fumers; and properly applied at Batohelor'a
Factory. No. - Bond street, New Terk.
m ay 16 lyr
?&r~ CHARLESTON SAVINGS INSTI?
TUTION.-Thc following amounts havo not been
culled form Ute ?hove namco Institution. Anthe
ortlec will I)'* closed an thc Slat of December, nil
persons interested arc requested to bring in their
r?SH Hooks ?uni receive thc amounts Uue them.
Tlio.su who have drawn thc FIRST Instalment, lint
not the SECOND, will not And their names tn this
list, ?us the fact of their having drawn one In?
stalment ls an evidence thal they know of their
Interest in the Institution.
HENRY S. GRIGGS.. Treasurer.
Anderson, A. J., Trustee. %:\ 77
Anderson, Ann. ia 14
Anderson, Charles. '?< 04
Anderson, A. J., Trustee. 10 99
Arnold, Ann, Trustee. 19 21
Alston, Thomas, Trustee. 2 49
Rallcsly, Charles. 4 39
lim UH, Ann.?. At M
ltiirke, Janies. 4 so
liosticumn, J. y. *7 24
Itallcntine, Isaac, Trustee. 8 Ol
Hoy re. Mary. 2 sa
Hrlsbanc, Marta, Trustee. io Ot
Hnckcs, Mathilda. Ctn Ti
Httiim, John A. 2 7;
Hunch, P. 1). 12 W
Hoggs, Charles, Trustee. 2 4!
Hartic, Matilda. 1 2?
Hrowii, Isahella. 3 Ii
Hetlinger. M. G., Trustee. 12
Ulake, Margaret M. 2 H
("arr, Susan D. 38 fi
Connoly, KM/.abet li.... 0 3
Curey, George. 123 fi
Cleary, Catherine. 4 0
Carmaml, ll. Mci!., Trustee. 15 4
Cameron, Alexander. 146 K
Cumeron, I). W. 6 4
Casey, James. 156 S
Corne, A. M. 48 1
Comstock, 1). H., Trustee, (two accounts). 4 <j
Chandler, Janet lt. 14 t
Corlles, K. S. oe
Collins, Mary Jane. 2 4
Cortissy, Mary Ann. 2 (
Clarkson, K. H., Trustee. 0 (
Coburn, J. Hubert. 2 .'
Cambur, Hose Aun. 0 (
Curry, S. A. I). 1 1
norrie. Louise. 643 I
Derrick, ?avid, Trustee. 25 '
Duffy. Michael. IT I
Dupont, C. C., Trustee. 17 '
Dcsvcrucy, I'etcr, Trustee. 400
DuPrce, i>. A., Agent. o
Drayton. John. 55
Kvans, Edward P. 32
Karly, John. Trustee. ll
Krrickson, J. I?.. 0
Knston. Ilnnuah. 9
Eldred, G. P., Trustee. 0
Frost, Henry lt., Trustee. 10
Ferguson, Jumes. 0
Fuller, Mrs. CA. 07
Fnhronback, S. 1
Ford. Mary. 2
Flood, Murgarct. 32
Garden, Ruth C. 15
Glitter!, Theodore N. 34
Guilbert, A. 4
Cordon. Alexander, Trimtcc. 188
(?eitel, Johanc. 5
(?ross, Barnwell. 4
Graham, Anne. 6
Graham, Kiddy J.- 34
Gregg, William, Trustee. 2
Grierson, J. W., Trustee. 3
Hewitt, M. E., Trust?e. 3
Hennessy, Mary. 0
Hennessy, Charles. 61
Hummel, John. 20
Hcncrcy, John T. tl
Henry, K. H., Trastee. 21
Henckcn, C. William. t
Horan, James. c
Holmes, J. W., Trustee, (Lwo accounts)- I
Hyatt, Thomas, Trustee. J
liant/., Thomas. 16C
Hoclmiann. Il. (
Hnmlltuo, Jas. A. W. (
Holland, Mary. ;
Jackson, Jane A. 4
Keith, M. Irvine. I
Kenney, James. 1
Kenney, John, Trustee. i
Kcogan, John. :
Lcverctt, Chnrlcs R. !
Lord, Sarah A.
Lyons, William, Trustee. J
Lee, L. 8.
Marshall, A. W., Trustee. 6
Mayor, John George. 1
Moran, Mary. 1
Miller, Robert, Trustee.
Miller, L. P., Trustee.
Muilsfnn, .LA. 13
M aka ni, Ann.
Mormon, Anna Marla. 3
Murray, Martha C.,Trustee. 4
Murray. V. ll.
Mixer, George C., Trustee. 4
Mtickcnfuss, H. A..Trustee.
McCrady, Edward, Trustee.
McCrigut, Sarah A.
McDonald, John. H
.Me l II arney, Mary. '
Porcher, Thomas W., Trustee.
Porcher, E. W., Trustee. !
Polusett, Henrietta. 1
l'eu ri foy, A. .'
Ronth, William B. 1
Roberta, W. A.
Rivers, John, Trustee.
Rivers, W. D.
Russell, Eliza. 4
Rico, L. J.'..
Rice, li. F.
Richardis, Louis. I
Hamspcck, Charlotte K.
Raven el, H. E., Trustee, (Uve accounts)...
Society, Ladles' Domestic Missionary.
Schwerin, J., TruBtee.
Smith, A, H. 1
Smith, Mary .
Smith, S. E.. Vrustce.
Steele. K. 0. 1
Shaw, Charles (two accounts).
Sweat, H. S., Trustee.
Service, Caroline E.
Skelly, Patrick. '
Small, Thomas IL, Trustee.
s m un, J. H.. Trasteo (four accounts).
Hr arie, William.
Hymnus, John, Administrator.
Wilson, Joseph, Trnstoo.
Williams, Susan, Trasteo.
Walker, Geo. Wm. Trastee, (two accounts,)
White, W. R.
Wells, Elizabeth G., Trustee, two ac?
WI lt penn, Fred., Trna tee..
Zeros t, T. H.
?O* CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST
CHURUM.-Services HU Hubie tu u ituy ur publia
thanksgiving will bo held nt tbIH Church TO-DAY
nt bate-past IQ o'clock. Prayer Meeting at NKIHT
ln thc Lecture Room ul 7 o'clock. The publie ure
Invited to attend. novis
?V FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
There will lie service ba this Church THIS MOIIN
IWM. al huir-puHt io o'clock._ noviK 1
?&. ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
ULKIIB STREBT.-In consequence of thc Indispo
Hilton or thc I'uslor, there will bc no Service in
thin Church TO-DAY. novlS
jar- THE PLANTERS' AND MECHAN?
ICS' RANK OP BOOTH CAROLINA_RESOLU?
TION OP TUB ISOAliy.-"in preparing to resume
business, under the Act of Pith Murch, isn't, li ls
expedient to lill thc vac?neles In our lluard;
therefore ordered, that the Cashier issue notice
That on WEDNESDAY, the ?fth instant, an elec?
tion ror FOUR DIKROTOK8 will bc held by Hie
Stockholders of thc Hank, between thc hours or 1
ll mid I o'clock. Thc Directors so elected lo serve
until thc next annual election.
W. E. HASKELL,
?db' NOTICE.-THE STEAMER PILOT
HOY will haul on* ror painting ror a lew days.
novlC 3_J. I). Al KEN A CO., Agents.
?if- NOTICE.-THE STEAMER CITY
POINT will not go to Beaufort as formerly adver?
tised, but thc steamer ST. HELENA will take thc
placeur thc stcumcr PILOT HOY ror Beaufort and
EdlstO. Sec advertisement H. L. P. MCCORMICK.
novlfl a_J. I). AIKEN A do., Agents.
?ST- H. KLATTE & CO. WILL CARRY
on their Wholesale GROCERY AND LIQUOR BUS?
INESS at No. -oi East Bay, northwest comer or I
Cumberland street, where they will bo happy to
see their customers and friends. novlS
yjt)- NOTICE.-J. N. M. WOULTMANN
ror thc present occupies thc store or Messrs.
FARRAR BRO., corner East Bay and Cumberland
streets, and will be pleased to see his friends.
?&~ NOTICE. -AJJL PERSONS IN?
DEBTED to thc assigned Estate or Mr. GEO. H.
GRUUER arc hereby Inrornicd that their accounts
have been placed lalo thc bunds ol Messrs. Si
I MONS A SIEOI.INO, Attorneys, (oOlcc, Broad
street,) ror collection, and ir settlements are
I made before the first December next, no costs
will bc Incurred. H. GERDTS A CO.,
novl.1 imo_Agents for Creditors.
?33- NOTICE.-NATIONAL FREED-1
I MAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY, I
CHARLESTON BBANCH, No. 74 BROAD STREET.
Money deposited on or before November 15th
will draw interest from November 1st.
OC128 17_NATHAN RITTER, Cashier.
^t3~TO CONSUMPTIVES.- TH Ll AD?
VERTISER, having been restored to health in a
few weeks, by a very simple remedy, arter having
auffcrcd acveral years with a severe lung alfec*
tlon, and that dreadful dlscaac, consumption, ls
anxious to make kuown to bia fcllow-auifcrcra thc
means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy or the
prescription used (free of charge,) with the direc?
tions for prcparlug and using thc same, which
they will Und a B?KE CURE FOU CONSOMPTION,
AKTHMA, BRONCHITIS, AC. The object of tho ad?
vertiser in sending the Prescription la to benefit '
the nfUictcd, and spread Information which he
conceives to be Invaluable; and he hopes every
suiTerer will try hla remedy, aa lt wUl cost them
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing thc prescription, will please ad- j
dress REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, Williamsburg,
Kin ga County, New York._novo 3moa
83BV~ WORDS OF CHEER-ON THE
I Errors or Youth and tho Follies or Agc, In rela?
tion to Marriage and Social Evils, with a helping
hand ror tho erring and unfortunate'. Sent hi
sealed letter envelopes, free or charge. Address
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P., Philadelphia,
Pa. scptis 3mos
-fanni (3>oo?6, &c.
V I S I TOR
j Once said ir we only knew where tho resident
citizens made their purchases there we should get
1 well served. To such we otTor
I The ladies who desire the latest styles of fash
louable Head Drcaaing, Curls, Chignons or j
Braids, . Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
[ The gentlemen who desire to bo presentable in
Adonis attire, Tor Wigs,
Go to M. A A. AS1ITOX.
All who desire thc best German Colognes,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For Diadem or Coronal Combs, all
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Those who require thc best Extracts,
Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
Every one who desires good Hair Brushes or
Combs, Go to M. A A. ASHTON,
or necea'lty all who require a good Tooth
RruHh, Go to M. A A. ASHTON.
For genuine Talc do Vents, all muat
Co -to M. A A. ASHTON.
Por Hair Dyes and Regenerators, nearly all
GO IO M. A A. ASHTON.
In fact, all who rcqulro gcunlne goods from the
following houses :
Henry A Dem arson,
Lowe A Sons,
nowlands A Sons,
Aa also, Ven?s Gooda In their Uno from every
rcputublo manufacturer In thc States,
GO to M. A A. ASHTON,
No. 240 King street,
novl _ Five doors from Market street.
BAZAAR, No. S63 KING ST RIO ET,
conn m OEOitoE,
J. ARCHER, PROPRIETOR.
I wonld respectfully Inform my numerous cus?
tomers that I havo rclnrncd from New York, and
lia ve received per steamers Mnnhattan and Jamca
Adgcr 60 cases aaaorlcd merchandise, comprising
everything In the NOTION, HOSIERY, SHIRT,
TIES mid general roney linc. My stock, at pres?
ent, ls the largest ever offered tn this elly. My
position with Importers and Manufacturera, "aa
a CASH buyer," gives me many ad vantages, ena?
bling mo to sell all goods at least from 25 to 30 I
percent, less than thone holding old stock previ?
ously bought on CKBDIT.
odd lots given away.
Price Hst on application.
BAZAAR, No. 303 KING STREBT,
Thc Lndlca' Favorite Store.
ar Several smart, Intelligent Youths wanted.
J T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
BALE? OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS. BONDS,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO?
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
NO. 2? BROAD STREBT,
Char leaton, & o.
REPS RSM ess.-Hon. DENBY BUIST, w. J. MA* 11
(iRATH, E**., General JAMES CONNER, T. R.
WARING, Esq. ecu
Orri (&00?6, S?c.
T)RY Ci O OD S! DRY GOODS!
Ac., ?M., ?C.,
AT |lt K D ll C I ll I? ft I O lt 8 ,
KO tl CABD OB CITY ACCEPTANCE.
Just received from Die late Auction Sale* in
New York, a large assortment of thc above Gooda,
PURCHASED FOR CASU AT LESS THAN COLD
COST OF PRODUCTION,
And will bc sold accordingly.
CHOICE DBSIONS IN:
ARAU AND WOOL SHAWLS,
BLUGANT ARAD M ATI : li I A I,s,
A lew very choice Iota of
BUGGY BLANKETS, BUGGY MATS,
G ENTLEHENS' SHAWLS.
A large lot of
C A.- R T? 33 T I 1ST ?3 ,
Purchased twenty-five per ccul. lei? than cost,
and will bc sold accordingly. Our Stock Ls very
full and complete in every department.
I And onr country and city frlenda generaUy, ara
; specially Invited to examine before purchasing
A LARGE SAVING GUARANTEED.
MeLOY <fc RICE,
No. 270 King strcct.corner of UaseL
ALEXANDER MCLOT. J. W. RICK.
iflillincrg, ?onctj (Boobs, .^r.
OF MILLINERY GOODS,
AT MRS. M. J. ZERNOW'S, No. 304 KING ST.
Having Just returned from New York, would re
spectfnlly cali the attention or thc Ladies toa
largs and handsome assortment of MILLINERY
GOODS, Including Dress Trimmings aud Paper
Patterns. Cloaks on band and made to order.
Dressmaking attended to as usual. Country
orders solicited and promptly filled.
OCtMj 3 tuths3mo8_
I L LINE KY G O O D S.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
FINE MATERIALS IS NOW OPEN EL,
Which will bc made in tito
BEST MANNER AND LATEST STYLER,
FOR FALL AND WINTER.
AU Orders promptly filled.
M. J. BOOTU,
No. 420 King street.
octlO 6 tuUis3mos
(iloll)iug aub ?nruis!)ing ?DOOG.
pt LO THIN G
SELLING AT PRICKS TO SUIT THE TIMES.
GEORGE LITTLE A. CO.,
No. 213 KINO STUBKT,
Wonld respectfully coll tho attention of the
public te their large and varied assortment of
Men's, Youths' and Boys' CLOTHING and FUR?
NISHING GOODS, which , tiiey aro offering at
prices that cannot bo competed with in the city.
Any one In need of the above mentioned articles.
will please glvo us a call before purchasing else?
where, and wo will guarantee to suit them In
styles and prices. Remember our Fine C M. siruere
VESTS selling at $2 GO.
GEORGE fL I T T L E A CO.,
No. 113 KI.NO STREET,
Five doors below Market street,
Gaoblco ano partiroo.
ADDLE RY WAREHOUSE.
WILLIAM TI A R H A li A CO.,
No. 19 II AY SK STRBKT.
Wholesale and Retail Dealern in
3ADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
COACH AND HARNESS MATERIALS, ftc
?ntnber, incl, &c.
100,000 Cypress SHINGLES lo arrive. For sale
low, and will be landed at any point in the harbor.
Apply to JOHN Tl KN CK. EN),
no vii ?hsmo? Market street.