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SLRSAU R F A- k
T0VHs*i/. S C., Dec. H. 1863.
, ??Lf? Carotina Lender:
K roar paper of the 9th inst:, (hy tho
[ first copv I believe that I have
^i*subscribing several weeks ago.) in
-.?-?tion v --
. the Bureau in rbis Department, i read
^severe reflection :
; at Hilton Head w 3 induced to
a of cotton tor ten dollar?, winch ww
'^'?o: ibm--five dollars. It is painlu.1 to
?f-hose who have anthority- to prevent
S^a* transactions pm fortli no efforts
?tc the evil? ,
%rge i* unwarrantably ungenerous, ho?
^r;ter either did or did not ?no? what
j: W.HS either true or false
' ?di-known fact to every person in my
^ I have been active in the discharge
?*?d duties-puting forth every effort
Sta protect the freedmen In all their
f Through my aid and assistance an
. under the auspices of tl e Bureau Head
[ Charleston, iv C., has been established
V? En? St. Helena.-but five miles dis
L. ?j,e reception and sale ot the cotton of
jovn. md ;i ?m * stablished at Dray ton's
nborb? of our horou;rh, to enable them
i *j e < cotton prepared for the New York
L-all to prevent imposition upon them.
[ have specially do?e; and it seems
/that t'iC NVriter ?' tnal article should
lok tn? districts of Edisto, Beaufort, Lady's
and St Helen?, and sh it his eyes to
triaHrinii" ^iere (co'npUinta of which
?one to mci, and aifect to see cause of
?nt *}?unst me.
"ot know of the special charge referred
r [' ft ^ ?rt know th*t I fckUiul, on ???
r\itv here, that it was the established
Ch?th"at Hilton Head and in all the dis
.lr:v>\ to. for many traders to buy the cot
ve poor ignorant country i?eo?p?>, at the
.^sihlepnce*. in the seed or before pick
in* at ^r<>m *'x lo twe'vo ce"ts before anti
(?1 I have checked this in my district,
; ,vnr centre. e
I.? rhi^ to the OOM? to insure its
; '
Vent respectfully. Sir,
Vuur most obedient servant.
M. R. DKLAXT,
Major A. S. A. C Bureau, j
"5 thc: bo've in the Xiw Sooth, where, as
jj.A ,,- jays, he sent it to insure its publica j
[. vin:; ad?lr -s^ed to tlie editor of this ]
?^pv it. although under no obligation
barms: never been tendered to u* for
ai common courtesy would Lave
of Gen. Howard, General In
tsiviae a great deal of pl asure is d? -
bucking dwn a ma?i of straw. No
: as the Major attempts to erect
, iV -urriut ?hiv ungenerous" charge ever
..> v. ? paper. An I if he has Annihil?t
te: "-"Wi. wh.U then ?
>r. irti' ie sorno weeks since upon
?3ri*h:p? of Freed:? n," widch wis sxen
.:cition. A transaction was cited to
Fra.c??sacral truth of the article. Taai
no arred a: Hilton Head.
|rar:i V bas had its effect.
:: v:r i, i:i another article intended as a
?sh.?wii that t!iere was abundant reason
.ap&Koftke Bureau to interfere in bonall
i::!-.-n. and that it was their bound .>?
[?Hod* And now in the columns of the
?\asothcr agent of tile Bur au comes
tuiia^tfx 0 -nrral il ?ward for som*, tung
?hr n v-.-r 1 ; and, to couti rm our fir*;
>i5-*!ii?nent, in relation to the ?? hard?
?' tr--i nu," *?ive^ gratuitous tvidVnc*
?he l>U*rtcts ot Eliseo, Btuforr.
lW? i. and St. H lena.
' any ??"her B ir'au aj[-n*-? wh??
' a-?rnvtd wi:h the statement*
. . >rj rh* p i')iie. they will oulv h?v
'Up>n thu* p rv.T-ions of O'hrrs,'*nd we
Ipublicity to their chat;??-*-, ? v. n it ?r
- :>py fr.? n ut her p*p.*rs.
' X-? sjrc.tvm^ to s??* corruption ?how:
p \* painful to hxoio hit it ?-xi-t".
ps PARDOS*.-The question as to whether
re>i?lvnt*s pardon restores all civil rights i*
argued before the U. S. Supreme Court
Non cannot restore the time taut a prisoner
have been incarcerated, neither can it re
property that has been disposed of wink
ard ?med person was a rebels
Among the speakers at the Mass Meeting
iorded cirizens, recently held tu N w York,
count of whic.Y ts given by our New York
r?pondent, we notice rhe haine of our friend
trllow-citizen Mr. R C. DeL^rge. The New
daily pape?s speak in high terms of his ad
Bf ADYERUSMENTS
?ffgraphists & Vnibrotypists
Rooms, 339 King Street*
'TT T ,
0'i> take all kiiul* of P?e?t?te< a? th?
cheapest rat*'?, ?nd enlarge all kind* of fmall
L>ec 24,3m, 12
NCBIVED BY (V'^EAR & FENWICK.
? \S2T??V?? ^fCOTT()V Oom st 11 t iena U
R A.su just receiveu, 2U.VOO SBIS?LB!".
tf, w
wnw
HUMOR CURC
IVamanied a Sure and Permanent Cur
for ail kinds of
>ile* Leprosy. S:r^fulv Salt Rheum.
I ?il dit.of th?- ?Kit, All dealer* wdl rc
rn th? money in ererj ca?e of failure. i*rcpare<
II KN KY D. KJWLE, 71 Prince Street, Boaton
m everywhere. Thousand* of Certificates fr?>TJ
frnsrt and in thia emntry of H?tonlshimr eurea b;
ase- No failures ip Piles or Humors for to? pas
?*arg. Beware 01 imitations. Dec 23, ly, i2
FAIKI FAIR!
HE FAIR FOR THE BENEFIT Ol
the Minion Presbyterian Church will open oi
mu?as Day at 10 o'clock, A M., and will contimn
?ns tue week, ?nd close on Saturday ni^ht, 30th
ICKETS . . TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
Children under 14 years, 15 Cents.
Dec. 24. lwJ2
yiLLlAM WALLIS'S COMMERCIAL
r,T^JCUoK)LforColoredBo-TS> *in he opemc
Kr-^**** ?f JanUary 18t?6> in Comino
!lfTrt corner of .Mnrris Street.
h ?,Ter?18, ' * . $2 M?^b.
ae-half paid m adrance the firbt month
3m 12
Headquarters, Depart, of S.C.?'
CHARLESTON. S C., Dec. 15; 1865.
GENERAL ORDERS, )
No. 75. J
T^UE ATTENTION OF ALL COMMAN?)
i?g O?fieera is directed to the migration of Freed
men ?nd their families to the Coast fn the expecta
tion of receiving lands, rations and other gifts from
the Government of the United States. Whilst ho
improper restrainst should be imposed upon any of
the inhabitants, humanity suggests that all proper
measures be taken to in (orin these misguided people
that they can only acquire landa hy purchase, that the
Government has BO land? in mis Department for sale,
or to be given away, and that no rations will be issued
any-where to persons abie to work.
The influence of Commanding Officer? should be
efficiently exert"d to counsel, advise and assist in ma
king fair contracts for labor, and to admonish all con
cerned of the necessity for the cultivation of the toil
abd the resum? tion of the usual branches of industry
and bunine**, if they would avoid the losses, privations
and suffering, winch must tollow idleness on the one
hand, and harsh and unreasonable exactions on the
other.
When lands and property, have been restored to
former owners, who are disposed to grie a fair trial
to the system of free labor, much can be done by offi
carson duty in this iH-partment to promote this de
sirable object, and the Major General Commanding
de-ires and expects their zealous and faithful co-ope
ration in the discharge . ir 'this duly-.
Any iffior or soldier whose conduct tends to dis
courage or to prevent the employment of laborers,
will Xy arrested and punished for such acts as fora
military offence. And when this is done by persons
nor in the mi itt?, ry >erv ice, report will be made at
once to mese Heaoquartern, sud information tarnish
ed to the agent of the Freedmen? Bureau.
The interests of Kefugee's and Freedmen are more
espccislly confided to the immediate supervision of
the officers ami aleuts of the Bureau of M Kefupec?,
Freedmen an?t Abandoned Lands nevertheless it in
within tn? prorince. and is the duty, of all officers and
soldiers of the Uuited Mates to co-operate in tae
measures sanctioned by the Bureau for the welfare of
those who have been committed to its charge.
By command of
M.wou-G??KR?L P. E. SICKLE5.
. W. L. Mi Bu KG KR,
Axsixttutt A'ljutttiU G?- rmi.
OFKteiAL: d2:%twl2
li
U*tiE*r PRE M tU M pr. s. nr. d hy Mas^.
Charitable Society, 'Wo
Crane's Orease Extractor.
This compound thoroughly -xtract- Gr?*a e. Pitch,
Tar, Oiift. &c. from cot rou, woollen, an>1 all otb? r kind
of goods, without ?he least injury t ? ?he tiu?*>t fabric:
.or removing jere se from eoat-coibtr* ?nd other
?dot bi mc- carpets. &e. Twenty-t housand boxes ??old
ia the .?tieets of Bo?ro:i in f??ur \v?*'ks ; in H moans,
? hundred and fifty thousand. Ta?' tra-J" supplied on
reasonable terms. Agents wanted Manufactured
and sold hy A O, CU AX ti & Co Washington St ,
boston, M ?ss. Information a-* to its value to b?j ob
t oned at this office Dec 24. 12
3. &P88&U. SPALDrK ?
ROSE MARY h
? jj - jm tmm nm L_
-^paltlinsr9^ Rosemary
Promotes the growth bf Human Hair.
SPA LOIS TS ROSEMARY
Softens the H; ir when harsh and dry.
SPALDING'S ROSEMARY
Soothes tue Irritatedicatp.
SPALDING'S Rf) SE MA RY
Prev? i.ts the If air from f Hil g off.
SPALDING*- ROSEMARY
I
Prevents the Hair fro.n turning gray.
SPALDING'S ROSE M \RY
ts tb?* bent *n-1 c?-eape-t ll ? l>? ?-!??!?.>; Wt Hi** ?0 1 I. '
tt prom av* th?' growth of the hair, ?iel is eiidrely j
free roua nil irritating ni tter. Sp-itdtng'V ito-a-marv !
U prepar.-d ?>y ICD ?VA KL) M. SKI SNKK. M. !>., Sole j
Proprietor at ho? Medici I ?Vare!iouse, 2? Vrem ?nt
Street opposite Museum, Bo.?*Ult, Ma?s. Sold by j
dealers generally eowlvlJcelS 2
Christinas Gifts tojiYMreii.
I^tiE SA?RATU-SCiiOOL ASSOCIATION
ot the A- M E C'UIT( h. *vor-h?ppii?tf iii
Ur?-1 St.. wilt on M ?M.Uv -vening, -he 20 h.
^.%-e PivvnN *o >h?- S. S ?nldri-n ot the ?aid
O-otreh. Thie 0 irU'ditS Tret s .awfully J
eorat? ct. H???i ti i led Wi h pre*?*n'?S; will pt
s-n'*d. Thc orphan ehil lr< il und t lh>- c^rt' ot
*h<- Freedman*!" IS irea.ii ?iii h iv . H tr?e appro
i>riat?*d ?o th?m. Fro-itd-* t?? the eui-, ii nd
. ? -nv Church o'< Monday ;?ny paekiie? s I?M
the%rph4hs -he\ dla.y . d* -tre, nod th y will be
! sr? tbtit? ?I to il? til;
Addp-s'-H will hi- ri? liv. r d Hv ti humtv-r "f
th?* el T?\ and fri-n?N of rh enu??*
RIC I ARD H C AIN Pd*tor*
JOSEPii RUSSELL. S*tpL
R33t iur??t.
We take tais met?10.1 or' inlbnniag our atror.s
anti tiie pu >\ c gcncra.lv, t at regar essoYx e*:?-e,
t.?e Dm ng Rooms an*! liar, l?&: Mcctnig Street,
nave ?ee:i utte I u,> in a style e iua to x.iv Sa ooii
. ii t.ie c ly; where tac gt>xl tii.ngs ot tn s ie wi.J
ae d.s4?Cnse I toa.i ut ta r prices. A Free Co ce,rt
wih bc gsven at this SH oon, oa We ines :ay even
ing, 27t * inst. Tue pu d c arc inv te i.
Dec-'4. Iwl2 FOL>iV.\l ..ii U' i.i-*.
tilt? BOSTON
Medical aili Surgirai J ntni:il.
rpUIS well-known and ion$-esta').:s ie i Per o :
JL .ca> entered upon .ts 73r i Vo nine u Atu' st,
ioo\>. lt wm nc issued wce.iiy as .:ea*t> ore. .rom
lae oiiicc of pu.??.cat.on, o\>4 Waslnngtoii st, bos
ton. Its ca?tor.;ti management .s entr?ste-? to two
o t.ie tncd.ca Facu ty o. t?u>toa, meiu i r? o t e
State una C.ty Mea.cd. Soc.et.bs, an ? wo . qu?..?c ?
?or t??ea- p.ace nyscentnicaiKi atcrar. attaaunei.ts
A.d ?s a so g.ven ?ty many o> tue ?ea ungp;.ys.c.aas
ot" Boston,an i eotitr? ut.oas arc received .rom cm -
lies.t mcuocrs oi tao i-ro.'c^.on in ot ier ?>*%rt?j of
tnc country. Ail t..e Mcvi.ca and Surgca He.-orts
male to toe Boston Society for Mca.ca. an, rove
incuts are inserted in tuc JOURNAL, and a so t..e
more interesting cases and reports .rom ot?er Mc t
icai Associations ?ii lioston and .ts v.c?n?ty. Va ua
u.e commun.cations arc a so, irom tane to taue,
received irom Surgeons iii t.ie Anny aihl Navy,
ita contents, Uougu iiiaiu y ot a t?ract.ca. caaracter,
arc intended to oe suulcent.y var?e ? to ma .c .ts
week y v.s.ts luterest.ng as we.? as usc.u. to tac
medica pract.t oner.
Tue pnce is FOLK DOLLARS a vcar, pava', e
in a avance. Two vo u;?ies a year, o.' over pa
ges eaca. Prev.ous mun >ers o? tue current vo.u.ue
?uriiisi.ed, ana aaca vo.uuies a so su^pi.eu, at a
hocral discount.
DAVID CLAPP & SOX,
Dec23,3ml2 Pu.i..suers.
U. Li A,
COUNCIL N O, 1*
N"0 MEETING ?.f?t- ab? ve Cou.ell x%ia
be held until Tuesday Kveninx, Jan. 2nd. 806.
Fy order of the Pmideut. ALFitKD O >VBXS.
lh?c. 2*, iwlJ {iec'y.
THE FRIENDS OF FREFDOM, AND
all others in favor ofc lebratin? the anniver
sary of the Enrancip.tion ProclamaMon. are invit.-d
to meet at Zion Church, on Tuesday afternoon at 3
c^etock, to c?mprete preparations for the successful
observance of Emancipation day. Addresses will be
made by several distinguished orators. Collection
will be taken in aid ol' ?ie celebration. Come one.
come all. Ladies who did not se* the Committee" on
Tuesday, can bring their contributions to the Church.
Des**
Grand Celebration
IX HONOR OF THB
Emancipation Proclamation
OF PRESIDENT LINCOtN,
Which will take place iii this City on the 1st
of January, 1865.
The Committee of. Arrangements, hating- bren diijj
nppoiii'ed, respectfully Inform the public that Etnaa
eipation Day will be celebrated with thc old fashion
ed barbarue, and that they respectfully beg the aid of
the public fe contributing.their.raites to * he cause of
Freedom, tliat rhV\y ??-y make the day a glorious one
it. bein* the first celebrated in Charleston. This Com
mittee is th en'lore fully authorised to make the ne
cessary eollection throughout the city. The publie
?re requested not to pay their subscriptions to any^j
person or persons , except the Committee, whose
names will be found on the list.
N R-AU Male Societies, Companies, Clubs, or or?
ganized bodies ; also the Battalion of Home Guard?
Masonic and other Lodges, and Fire Companies, are
requested to appoint committees from their respect
ive bodies, in the following manner- Kn mall Socle
ties, or, rather. Bodies, over one hundred strong, 4
members ; ad over fifty, 3 members ; all over twenty
live. ^ merahers. These Committees will report to
the Chairman of Committee of Arrangements nt
Union League Hall, King Street, on Mondar; be
tween the hours of 9 and 2 o'clock in the morning;
and between 3 and 9 in the afternoon, to arrange for
the coming celebration.
The Pastors of all Churches of Colored Congrega
tion* are respectfully requested to take up a collec
tion in their churches and tiand the same orer to a
member ol the Committee who will be appointed to
wait upon and receive the same.
All Societies, Companies, Clubs, or organized bodies
nre requesied to t.-ke up a collection from their mern
ber.?, and hand the same owr to the Chairman.
All the Lad ie?' Societies and Associations are re
spectfutly informed that anything in the shape of
contributions to hid the celebration will be happily
received by the Committee,
the Committee beg to inform the ladies generally
that they would be extremely happy to have their
assistance In mafe'?f< lV>?ath?. Bannar*, ?t
The Committee is well aware that they cannot ret
abnig without the ladies, except in the procession.
Any inform*rjon can be obtained by calling on the
Chairman at Union League Hall, on M onda v, during
the dav or evening, or by calling on Mr. james Price
j.t his residence. Kadcliff fctreer, three door? east of
Coming Street ; or to Mr- John brown, Cominif St.,
iear Warren St.
JAMES HAYNE, Ch?
SAMUEL BINO. JAMES T. CAKKOL.
ABE. WILLIAM?, CHARLES WILLIAMSON.
JAMES PRICF, THE? D >RE SAXT? ^
1). 1) Mc A Lr iK, JOHN I?ROW?,
ISAAC REED, I?ENRV HKNFORI),
T. MAC\NTS WM WILLIAMS
BENJAMIN MONCRIEF. -JOHNSON,
CHA-. BENTHAM. HENRY BUTLER.
ALEX. WILLIAMS, fefttftrf
LAWRENCE & FAULKNER .
G EXE KAL PRODI(E STORER
180 King Street,
(Below Horlbiick Alley,)
Charleston., 8?
3m Nov 4-5
rPiie public may find it to their advantage to
JL ead at our Store, in getting "up their christmas,
supplies :.* we have Fresh >upplie* of Cake Frints
Fire Work!-? etc. etc., which we olleras low asean
be had in the city.
HA NS IE lt & FARRAR.
The Great Family Newspaper.
SOW IS THE ME TO SUBSCRIBE.
THE
Y 1. WEEKLY TKIBLXE
is primed ou a large d<>uble-rhedium sheet, making
eight pages of six columns each. It cont in* all the
important Editorials published in the DAX.EY"1>1
KLNi:, except those ut merely local interest; ;;lso
Literary aud Scientific lu-elligencc : Reviews ??t the
most interesting and important New Books ; the Let
ter* ?rum our large corps of correspondents : th?
Litest news t.y Telegraph from Washington aud ail
otlnr parts of thecuutry ; a Summary of all impor
tant intelligence in this city .??ol elsewhere ; a Syuop
Mt* .it" tn? pr??uo??-liita>4 o?" Coiijfr*?** and State Legida?
tu:e When in session ; Exclusive Kcporrs ol the pro
ceedings o: the Fanuera1 Club ?>f the American
Institute ; falk* about Fruit-, and other Horticultural
and Agricultural inhumation essential to country
rest e ts; Siock, Financial.? attie. Dry Goods, und
G-m ral Harket Keports. making it. both for variety
and e??inrleieiic*n. ..kogetlier the m.?st valuable, in
tn*cstiu<f, and ltiKjru**tive WKKKIIY .Ntw'siMl'KK
published iii tliVworld
The I ull Ueports of the American Institute Farm
er?* Club, ami thc various Agricultural Ueports, in
each uumoer, are itchly worrii a year*? ?ub*ci iptioii.
Kead what a subscriber in Sr. Louis saya :
ST. Loris, Mo., July IS, i8<-5.
'/Tie Editor ff the Tribu'ie.
DKAK SIK: 1 have had it in contemplation for some
time to write au - tell you the pleasure I get from
?he weekly peru.-al of the proofed mg* of the Farm
er?' t;Iub; iirsi 1 will tell you '?ow receiitly I became
aware ot its exUreuce. About tile stol September,
l.s?i:;, I n.?ticed au advertisement, M-.d a cut of Tue
Tribune Strawber. icS, : nd immediately subscrioci IV#r
Tue Weekly I'ribuue, in whtvnl ?ouuJ the p?oce?d
jugs ofynur Cl un. 1 have read them constantly, unlii
lucy iiavc become to me a necessity, aud I look for
M o nd av ltd letter day in iny calendar, and Was 1 to be
confined to one agricultural paper aione, should prefer
I'ue Trmuue to un?, thing I have yet s. en. Vours
JolIN Ll KN v\ ooo
Another subscriber writes:
I uea-lec ed (forgot) to re ew roy subscription to
Thc Tribune, until so late that 1 missed the tirst J uh
No; Cau you help me to it ? Porti, ?in* of thc Faruici ?'
Club reports in mat uutuner, particularly. I wish to
preserve, tu fact,that feature of tue pupcr constitutes
otu* ol the main r aaous why I take it. And 1 have
no doubt thai it receives a goodly share .fits patroli
ng from persons who wish ic well, but would uot
otuerwise bring themselves to the ?ubscribin^ point.
\ ours I m ly O. A. ALeXAX t'Ka;
Wa.ncsvl.le; UL, July '25. .
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rilK XE-V -YOitk SKAII -WKKKLY TitlltUNE
is publia icd ever. H'ts nY a?.d FKIOAY and con
tallis ail th?-Editorial articles, not merely local hi
chi ra? ter; Literary KeViews a? d Ait Cri icisui?. ;
Letter* from oiir lar-e corps of Foreign ami uome.-tic
Correspondent ; Special atol A.-so. i .ted lVess LVle
grapslic Dispatches ; a careful ..nd co.uplete Sum.nary
oi Foreign and Domestic .News, Exclusive Report?
oi tai? 1'ioei nd un?s of the Faruiers' elah of tm* Amer
icaii Institute ; Falks about r mit, ami otu? r Ho ru? ol
tural and Agricultural lu oitnation ; at? ck. Fniaucial
Cattle, Dry Good', ami General Market Reports, which J
are publtsuej" in TtIK DAILY I'ltlttU.NE rilK |
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they are carefully s?le?tedi ttie cost Would be turee
or tour times that sum. Nowhere else can HO muco
current intelligence and periuaueut literary mti f ? r be
had at so che..pa rate as in tue Sfc?M * WEE?LY TKl
bUNK, Those wno believe iu th-: principles aud ap
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ir* power aud inllueuce !?y jo nilig witn their iiei.h
hors iu torming dubs to subscribe for Til?-. SfcMI
WKKKLT Editiou. It wdl m that vfay be supplied tn
theni at the lowest price for wuich sucu a paper eau
Ue pr iu ted.
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txtra copy for one year.
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THE TRIBUNE, New York.
JpmE-WOUKS, TOYS7 AXD "sEGARS.
Get" your Fireworks, T?ys, Segara and Tobacco
At B DOSCHER,
Dec. ie,2wli 606 King Street.
A. The Rubber Nipple. B.
Th* flexible part of the Tub?.
C? The jrlwi part of the Tube
In the Milk wit* the rubber on
thc cad.
. . ." OR.HARRi SON'S V
PERISTALTIC LOZENGES
' A PG 5 HI VE GU FE F3? .
COSTIVENESS.PILES
DISPEPSIA , HEADACHE.
SOLD EVERYWHERE. :
Costiveness the Most Prolific Source
ot lil Health.
It cauees rile?, Head; 6>. bixz ness, Oppression of
Food. 5>our Stomach, I alpitatious, Flushes of the
Face, Pain in tl?e B.<ek and Loins, Jaundice, Yellow
ness of the Eyes and Skin. Coated'Tongue, Liver
Complaint, Lo>*of Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
etc. Any: hing 1 kel y to jprove a reliable remedy for
'habitu-1 convene** has seemed impossible until we
hear of ......
DR. HARRISONS
Peristaltic Lozenges.
They are agreeable to the palate, cause no paiu, op
erate promptly, never weaken tue stomach like all
Pill?8. In every rase of CO-tl veness and
IMlea they produce iu.mediate relief, aud never re
quire increase of dose to effect a cure! .. Children and
lemah** ma.v use them under ?ay cireur .tinces.
KriceOO cents;.sinai 1 boxes 30 eeuts.. For sale by
J. 8. Harrison & Co., Proprietors^ Boston, Mass., or
will be nvtiled on remitting ?-0 CIR; 1> C23,I>,'2
LA FOUME'? T&.
TEXT
aTtira!ng>Botil<?#
This Bottle is free from
all metal fe substance.*, so
injurious to milk, being
mad** f nti rely from rubber
.nd elas? tn .whatever
position held, the flexible
tube i* alwuy s in the milk,
and the child can draw no air. as with other bottles.
M. Ss BURK & C??.. Proprietors,
Dec ll. 3m.-12 SM'Tremont Street, Boston.
SOMETHING NEW
FOR THE
T O'lX' E Tl
MADAM LA PI KR E'S FXCELSIOR DROPS,
a new and l>eautifu: Preparation foVthe Toil
et, whicti imparts a fresh, fa r and bea thy hue to
t -e complexion, and fenders the skin 5oft and
smooth as an infant's and removes ail blotches, tans,
m c iles and other impurities that m?y arise from
other canse'. This preparation is intendc I to take
che ])} cc o the o!d inferior artic es o:" powder that
have beei 80 long in use for want of something tet
ter, n ore appro.-rate, permanent and aplicable to
the Requ.r? ment.of the Toi et. Madam's Pearl
Drops, unlike t?;e powders, remain upon the face
a 1 day, and do not disappear at tie first symptoms
of persperation, neither ia it cnt.rely removed by
every I?tt e passing breeze ; hut alter one thorough
a">p:1caH?n, w*ui drcssin.?r, it is unnecessary to use
1 again the same day, ui?ess it is the wish of the
ad;es to do so. Tins preparation is, tor many rea
sons, tar superior to all others now in use ; its ?lei -
cate pink texture, *o near.y resembling the rosy,
fresh hue of hearth, and the wann, bright glow that
t imparts, wherever u?c I, ma es it both va uab.e
and beneficia:, as a bcautiiier and a presener of
ti e co?n;uex.on. Unlike thc dry preparation, it
never brines the blush of chagrin ami auoyance to
thee ce li by bein:? reminded of its usc by hints
and insinuations of different kinds ol'associates and
companions. Tue quant ty each bottle contains and
the durability bf the- Pean drops makes it the
cheapest as weil as the best beautifier in existence.
For sa e by all djrcgir?ts.
Dec 23, 3ml2
LEAY?TT SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
MAXUKACTCUERS Or Ui?*OVKa
SHUTTLE
SEWING MACHINES.
Originally Established in 1853.
Go? th? Best.-Th* Beat ls tbo Cheapest.
The mitch trill not Rip or Ravel, and ie alike m
both sides.
STRAIGHT NEEDLE. WOXKIXG TICKTICH-LT.
These machines are manufactured by authority ef
a license from KI.IAS HOWK, .lr. (aud others) th?
original inventor *?f Sewing Machines, and embody
?illTue essential prinriples of his invention, to whiea
?ire added several vilualile improvements, Importan?
to the perfection of Sewing Machine?, ?? cured exolu
sivdy io tb?a Company by ample patents.
THE FAMILY MACHINE
lu superior, in all the qualities of a practically uneful
domenic machine, to any other?? yet presented to
?he public, lt in simple and durable ih construction,
working without iiob-e. or fatigue to the operator;
utting", with eqtnd facility, silk, cotton, or linen
ibrVud; in all varieties c?t family sewing, from the
lightest mu-liii to the heaviest cloth.
They an- made iu every variety of finish, to mevt
ttl** wants abd taste? of alb The faithful friend of
the hard-working seam*-!ress ; the elegant, useful
ornament ol the lady'-, boudoir, and the one iudu
pcusabh thing to a well-kept UOUBC
THE MANUFACTURING MACHINE.
For Tailors. Coach and Harness Mnkeri, Boot and
rthoe Manufacturerai Rubber Goods, Jsc, &c , performs
more and .bettor work than.anyother.
Especial attention is calbd to" rec?ht IMi'rovK
J1?N TS in the machines, par i?Ularly important in the
manufacture of boots ami Shoes ; amon^ which is the
tact rhat a *mall?-r needle can be used that by aa y
other, thc value ot which will at once be appreciated.
Tartu ular attention lia? boen devoted to this branch
of ni .nutacture, And, lt is opneeded, with unrivalled
succor especially f>r Shoe ISindiug, and Fine Stitch
inj? itu Patent Leather;
The Compaq Hatter themselves that thc result of
twelve years'experience tn the manufacture of Sew
n g Archines euables them tu present a machine pos?
M-sstng '?ll th? qualities ot a first-class machine, to
.rreat?r exf n than any other in thc world.
Information in regard to the machines eau bc bad
h> apply, g to
T. HU ULKT,
CHAKLKSTOS, S. C
EVERY MAN HIS OWN PRINTER.
Iowe'a Improved Printing presses
j ar?- the be?t and c?eau?st portable C n! arid
do ? Picases rwr m id?-, and have been awarded 6ilrer
M'dal-. V?.?u w ll nola pr?s?, a source of plea>ur?*
a tl profit b) priming for > ourselves or ueignbors.
Ma?) persons are
?SAVING AND MAKING MONEY
by usii g on*-at their h noes or places ot businens.
A"con?.oft'aitlf I vio^ may bc obtained in any city or
viloigi-- with a small "Utlay tor press aiei tjrp<-0 rh?
pros ij. s ? siinpl" a boy or girl of twelve can d?? com
mon and faui-y printing wtth ea?e. Cards, bill-heads,
label*. re?? ipts, circulars, etc.t can be priutedata
trifling exoe IK{>.
l ri?e .f Presses: $10 $1? $21 and $3o. Price of
Printing Offices, including Fres?: $i5 $'?$Si') $4i?aud
fi?ii Scud ioV a Circular to the
LO WK PU ESS COMPANY,
?i Water .Street, Bonton.
All information as to the above tb be obtained at
this office. Dec 21,ty.12
CEO. L. STEARNS ? CO.,
MASCFACTIRKRS OY
IMPROVED LEAD PIPE
Pure Block Tin Pipe and Sheet Lead,
ALSO, DKALSRS IM
P?G AND BAR LEAD,
COPPER AND IRON PUMPS,
HYDRAULIC RAMS, &Q
129 Milk Street,
IZ?SSFl BOSTON
Fairbanks 8c Beard,
WIIOI.K8AI^K DEALERS
- IN
ALE, PORTER, CIDER,
Mineral Waterand Soda?
SOLE AGENTS FOR
MILES'S GROTON ALE.
9? ??39
-THE LEADER
JOB PRimiS? OFFICE
430 King Streei;
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The " Leader " office ia now prepared to ex
ecule eeery description of
Book, Job, and Card Printing,
m the highest style of the arr, and upon the
most satisfactory terina. Dur numerous friend?
who ?are not heretofore been able to obtain
their work From this office', will how tied oUr
facilities i (Jual to any emergency:
FANCY PR?NTI?&,
We have unrivalled advantages for producing
elegant work in
Gold, Bronz?, Velvet;
and all the varied colors that may please the
{?ney arid attract the beholder.
C?rd Printing.
We shall make cptcial t Sorts to ekcel in this
department, and confidently anticipate a liberal
>hare of the public patronage
SILL-HZADS, CIRCULARS,
CHECKS, NOTES, RECEIPTS,
CARDS, LABELS, HAND-BILLS,
PROGRAMMES-, POSTERS, ETC.,
And in Hue every thing that any body wants
in the line of Printing. Orders from the Coun
try punctually attended to.
3n>ll Dec 16 1865.
MUSIC AND DANCING.
HOPKINS has c??me?gain with his.us??l tunes and
admired ?irs. Ile may be found at ht? bid place,
No. 37 HENRIETTA STREET, l?rh> a? usual.
JOHN T. HOPKIN
A Colored Professor.
CHARLESTON, Oct. 21. lm 3
WANTED.-An elderly Woman, to cook
and wash for two persons. On? who has no
encumbrance of family preferred. Apply at No. SC
.Harket St. Nov '?5 tr*
ASPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
CROCK EKY for sale cheap at
Nov. 2S-8 CAKDOZO'S STORE.
??Ofiifi REWARD -The subscriher will pay
?p^V/U the above reward to'anv one who will
bring to him, o?r to this ornee, his grandchild, pf about
rive year? of age. .His, father's name waa Jacob Mc
Kentie, and his mothers name was Salinu, (by the
child called Nena.} The motlier wa*.formerly held by
Jacob Barrett, of Liuton, (ja.*, and hired to Dr.
C?rr, of Washington cb., Oa. Soon after General
Sherman's army entered Savannah, the mother and
child ??tarted for the same place. At Winsboro th?
mother was taken si.-k, and placed the child in cbargs
of ? gen h-mau who had but one lev?, aud who pro
mised ro take the child to Savannah for her. Th?
gentleman's nauio in unknown ; but if th*> fact? stated
?hall be HQ?fiVieut to identify the child, the kindness
of the one who renfores him will ever be remembered
in additiou to the above reward being paid.
ISAAC WILLIAMS,
Nov. ?S-tf 9 60 Wolf St., Charleaton, S.C.
Mechanics' Association.
4 Regular Weekly Mee'tinp of this Associa
LX. tion will take place at Bonum Hall, John St.,
every Wednesday evening at seven o'clock.
P, r order. JNO. C P. DUVERNEY, Pres't.
JAS MIDDLETON, Secretary.
Officers of ihs Mechanic Association
John C P. Desverneys, President;
Abraham Simmons, Vice Preside!
Nathau?el Hill, Treasurer;
Abraham Middleton, Secretary.
Standing Committee- Comjaittee on Charity
Peter M. Gregor*?, Ck'rm'n; J. ll. Barron;
Joseph Green. w\ B. Chase,
Cumming- Ball, Robert Veney,
W. IL Thorn. Kobert Wells;
H. H. Williarn?,
J. B. Meultrie,
Alexander Williams,
lt.-birt Well?,
Stewards.
B. C. Parsons, J Richard Montgomery,
Samuel Purcher, 1 Samuel Fraser,
Nov. 4, It-5
AWAY WITH SPECTACLES.
oid Eves M Mile New, without SPECTACLES, DOC
TOR, oK M LD IC INK. Pamphlet mailed free on re
ceipt of ten cents , Adiresa JC. B. FOOTE, M.D.,
No. 1130 broadway, N?* York.
Nov. il, 2m-?
KEROSENE.OIL*.Ote dollar and ?f
teen :*nts by th? call?n, at
Nov. 25. CARDUZO'^ CHEAP GROCERY.
rriiR iiA.nnotn ininwi, for. the
" cure of Kh^uinatiani, Piles, Neuralgia. Sores,
Bruines, Spraiue, atc, the beat and cheapest Lini
ment lu use. For sale by
I. BARTLETT PATTEN,
oct? Dru^ifint, ?7 Harrison avraie.
MRS; T. W- CORDOZO
Despect fully aonounce? to ker friends that ?hs is
prepared to give
LE8SON? ON THK PIANO-FORTB
At Reasonable Rate?.
Reside nc? - Charlotte St:, one door east of Alex
ander Street. Nov. 18-3xn-7.
WI G G & CO.,
RE?STAUR?NT^
No. o5 Market Street.
Charleston,, S. C?,
Where the Public ?ill alwavs find on hand, or
got up to order, every variety or uisne*
at th* shortest notice.
A. R. Wi?o. I A. B. Wies.
KT Give us t Call, and you will And our.Terms mod
erat?. J?3_ 3m Oct '?I 3
CHEAP AS ELSEWHE&sT.
FOR SALK,
Oak and Pine Wood;
ALSO,
GRA7EL AND BRICK
Apply to
JAS. B. HOWARD^ -
Factor.
FAIROHILTI WHARF, j
Foet of Laurens Street. I ? ?-4
Information Wanted
Anv one hnvln<r information conc^min^ the where
abouts of Charles Henry Willi* and Josephus WiUis,
children *>f Cue and Caroline Willi*, formerly with
Capt. Edward Tabb, 6n North Uiver, Mathews Coun
ty, Virginia, will receive the thanks of the distressed
father aud mother,by addressing- CA KOLIN K WIL
LIS, corner of Broad and Meeting Streets, Charles
ton, S. <\
Oct. 28, 1865. tW
1 BARTLETT P?TTEHF,
Druggist and Apothecary
27 Harrison Avenue*
oe? (?omer Besch'street.)
MR. AND MRS. MORRISON'S SCHO?L
for Men and Women is open from 3 o'clock
till 5, p.m , and rt} to y* In ihe evening, at the Normal
School, St. Phillip's ereet. School books furnished.
Tera? moderat?. Kor? ii -?f-a
VEfiET?BtE
PAIN KILLS K:
VVTE BEG TO CALL THE ATCENTIOtf
' * V .of tb? public to this long Utted and ua
rivaled . - ?- -r
F?MlLY SrifeDlClNE: . ^
, The Painkiller is * purely vegetable componad, awj
while it is a moat efficient remedy-for pain, it. ia ?
per?ectiy tafe medicine even in tua mest cfi?i???l
banda *-?. . ? ?.?
F?R SUMMER COMPI^AJOT'Ti ?,
or any other form of bowel disease ,incfcifdran ot
adults ; it is an almost certain cure, and has vfitbonj
doubt been ?aere successful iii curing the virkmi
kinds of i
CHOLERA . .
than any ether known remedy, or even tba most skit*
|al physician. In India,A/rie?v and t China, where;,
thia dreadful disease ia ever more or ?esa ?>revalea?r
th?
Pain Killer
is considered by the natives, as well aa ?urcptau re*
sidsnts in those climates,
A SURE HEM EDY? V
As a Tonic for the Stomach, it ia unrivalled* ?
few doses will relieve severe cases of
INDIGESTION.
and lt ls often a perfect cure for
Dyspepsia
in its most aggravated forms. Its tonie and ttina?
la ting properties, arousing the system to rigorous
action, render it a njopt effectual eureibr -
CO LOS ANO OQUfett*;
when used according to directions^ ....
For external application, it ia Unsurpassed by any
medical preparation known. . .? -
RHEUMATISM; . M
and Neuralgic Affections, are quickly relieved aaa
often cured by it. Any Soreness ia the l?uscles or
Joints ?an be relieved by its application, lt eora*
instantly the most violent
. Toothache.
It should always be kept near at hand, to be use?
in caies of severe - ^ . - >
, BURNS OR SCALDS. it
If applied Immediately, according to directions, il
will give instant relief, and prevent blistering,
Nov: 18 ."?-? r
BlIt\l\G OF THE ?i^fcci
LET! ER FRO? MS. BARIUM; ?
NEW Tens, Juljr ll, 18?.
Messrs. tlerring ? Co. ?J4|
OEN*TLK??E>-Though the destruction of the Acrtf
riean Museum bsa proved a serious loss to myself aw}
the public, I am happy, to verify the old adage, tha-tf
*? lt'? an ill wind that blowsnobony good," and>con*
sequfntly, congratulate you that your well-known
saies hare again dem??n?trated their -*uberior fire
proof qualities lu an ordeal of unusual severity.. ^
The s;ife you made for me annie time Ago was in th?
office of the Museum, on the second floor, back part
of the building, ?nd m the.hottest of the tire- .. - ..^
After twenty four hours of trial lt was mund*mor>j|
the .debris, and on opening it thts day hat .yielded np
it? contents in ver> good order-hoofcs^papers, poh*
ci?" of insurance, bank bills, ail la rendition^ fur lo?
mediate use, and a noble commentary jon the trust?
worthiness ot il err i tig* M Fir? Pro#f Safe?.
Truly yours, *. *
P. T. BABNtfX;
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION S??ES.'
The most reliable protection /rem fire noto lenoum. m
Herrin*- A Co.'s Patent Bankers* Safe?, with Her?
ring A Floyd*? Patent Ciy*talized Iron, the besj se?
cuntv against a burglar** drill ever manufactured.
HERRING * CO., . .r.f
. No. 251 Broadway; cor. Murray St.^-??ew York*
FARRKL, H BURING h CO.. Philadelphia.
UKKR1NG 4 CO , Chicago.
Craws Xav 4-5 . ^
THE AMERICAS L?N?> COMPANY AKlJ
AGENCY, ,# . . ^
W?. 57 ?roadvay, New York{
Offers its Agency to owners of land of ?very.desarlos
rion, especial!} in the Southern States, and to-North*
ern and Kuropeun capitalists, emigration satieties;
and conductors of emigration, and to indltadnal?,
(farmers, mechanics r.nd others,) desirous of trana?
-rring their labor and skill to the South. *?% ?
It designs to aid, "through the .means offered try %
central office in JN?*w Turk,and its branches elsewhere,
i" he great.work of. the social and economical reor*
gauization of th- South, by bringing together tba
owners .of plantations and farms seeking parchas-, rf
and industrial development on the one hand, with
rhos? who command .the capital and labor and skill orr
the other band. It will devote h ?elf to the work of
accumul?t ing'-ux- methodizing Information and stat-,
istics, u>eful for those who may,.on grounds of pecu
niary profit, of bus'ne*s ehtw-prrse, of patriotism OC
philauihfupy,desire tu contribute,, through the reor
ganization of industry, to the . material means by
which the south cab be restored, it*, people,of. ejerv;
condition made pru perou? men and good citizens \
:md it* communities brought to take their share in
promoting the welfare of the whole country- . J* -?.4
The eompauy propo*es to inrerest the enterprise ad
mouey of the Country in the opportunities and mean?,
for their useful and profitable employment, afforded.
!>y the broad lands ot the South now open for the;flr?|
time to free labor, but whose owners and occupiers
are suffering from the waste of war. ..A
It invites the attention of the public, and is prepared
to enter immediately on the transaction of business.
The officers are : -
JOHN A*ANDREW, President; . . \ J
Flt AN K L\ HOWE. Vice- President ann J
General Agent North, > ?.
LOCKE W. WINCHESTKK, Treasurer, 1 %
GEO KGB CA HO f WARU, ?
ALFR?D GAITHEK; . . . . . . J
M. N. WisEW ELL, General Agent SoatU.
Oct. 31-3t
OFFICE, ROOMS ll AKD 12/
57 Broadway, New ?or?t.
ROBERT STEVENS,
FAMILY GROCERY;
444 &ing Street, .
Wialics to call th** attention.of the public to his fina
stock ot good H.. They ni ll alway? find a large assort*
meut on hand, whicn will be *>old.?a reaaouimte aa ai
ally other bous? m the city. Give uv:* call; ana St? ttie
btock Prompt atteutivu paid to ull.
2 Oct. H. tf.
T. W. CARDOZO ?t CO.;
Cheap Family Groceries/
CORX&K H ? rt KI ET TA ?50 ELIZA EST H Sra.,
Wholesale and Retail.
T? W. C* has on hand a full supply of Choicest Gro
ceries at reauoriahle rates. < ?ur facilities for purchas-t
lng goods direct from New York will enable us to seit
as cheap as the wholesale bouses in tb* city. Orders
from the country and city filled promptly.- ? ? ad
Several,crates of carefully selected Crockery, a?4
Groceries, have just arrived p?r. steamer? Granada
and Quaker City. All cheap for cash.
3 mos._ Ott, ll,-j
Ransier and Farrar;
460 Kin^ St. S Doors abovt^
HAVE Constantly on hand ? fins assortment cf
Groceriea and Fancy goods. From ns the pub *
bc can be supplied with the choicest taas, sugar, eau
fruits, butter, lard and Soar of tbs v?rv best quali?
ties, a??o meats in pickle, from the Np rt hera Markets
by weekly steamers.. Hereean aWb?.tound the cele-*
teated Trenton ..Urack?-ra, tn quantities to snit par-e
chewers. All those who a?*, fond of getting up nic%
parties- will do well to give us a call before pu reba*
ins elsewhere. ^
. N. B.Cmrprrcet areas Reasonably as ant ia ts*
City.
?'?LEAR & FENWICK^
Factors and Commission M Chants /
Having erected a Press OR DereeTs Wharf (nearer
E. Depot,) we are prepared to Bale, rebale and Pitlt
broken and dam?ged Cottons All cottons reoched
will be attended to wita despatch. , .. ^*
We trust, from long experience; to gtva fe?erul
satisfaction.
S. O'.?EAR, <N, ^ r rK^Wl?"
OBA^rtost??. o*? o^^)WG-T**

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