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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS.... DECEMBER 6, 1865.
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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
0. R. CATIICAKT, Editor.
CATIICAJIT, MoMILLAN ?i? MORTON,
FROPBXJSrOHH.
No. 18 HAYNE-STBEET.
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News Summary.
Wo prcsont to our readers, under tho telegraphic
bead, a synopsis of tho President's Message. Judging
from tho dispatch, its tone le all that could bo expected,
and tho Ua?Uc?Us havo certainly boon disappointed.
Tho steamship Quaker Ct'cy, Capt. Wear, from Now
York TJccorubcr 2. arrived at her wharf here on Tuesday
evening. Sho bring? a full freight and passenger list.
Wo ato under obligations to Purser James P. McElroy
for Now York papers o? Saturday last, from which wo
make nonio extracts.
Tho Plato River war still continues, but the Para
guayan cause appears to bo desperate?tho allied forces
being on tho march to Uumnltn, the great stronghold of
the Paraguayaus.
Professor Aoassu, tho dlHUngulshed naturalist, ami
party had been beard from on the frontiers of Peru.
Tho character of the Professor's discoveries in South
America is stated to bo of tho highest Importance to sci
ence. Tho source of the Itivcr Amazon had been defi
nitely traced to L.ilto LsnrlcocBB, In Bulivia, la north
latitude ton degree? and thirty iniir.it?-*, aud west longi
tude seventy degroes'and thirty minutes.
A terrible disaster occurred, December 1st, on the
How Jersey Central Railroad, shout two miles went of
tho While Boose, in Honterdon County. An oxprcus
train going cast collided with a coal tram bound to
tho same direction. The bitter nod been detained by
endeavoring to ?topa freight cot Which had broken loose
on the opposite trad:. Tho baggage ear ?lashed throuah
tho first paesenger car, ak-r.?: th-:> top* of the ?cats, guil
lotining tho passengers? of w?k m soten were killed and
seventeen wounded.
The system of issuing nruiy Niions to destitute peo
ple, white aud Mack, in tue South, will be discontinued
during this month. Great Mttferiug is anticipated in
constiqrie.nce, and the peonls of Richmond propose to
appoint a Committee tu solicit donations in the princi
pal Northern clues. It is asid that an order will soon
be promulgated rteainlnc, in service all the .^rcctlQien't
Sureau otlicur? iu the Siite c?r Virginia,
A fire of a tUsa?troifi eharaei-rr OCCUITCd in a cotton
and tobacco warehouse, No. 15 State-street, New York,
on the morning of Iba Od lust., In which two thousand
and eight hundred bolM of COI:on and other property,
*to tho value oi $000,00(1, \rs-> destroyed. One Qreinau
waB killed, und several injured.
The Washington Int'H?i'.tiw, o? the 15th inst,, say.i
Senator Suurkan will introduce a bill, on the opening
of Congross, for the eqwaUmtlna and reduction of taxa
tlon.
Colonel. WliHr.ui, of Ufewtasipnij Ocucr.il Ticmbeii
tom'6 Chief of Artillery, during tho siege of Vicksburg,
bas just roturnisd from Uo.^toii. where ho spent nevera!
weeks inducing oipilaiiHlr? to embark in cotton growing
and other speculations in the South. He reports nil
efforts successful and satisfactory. und that Boston capi
talists gonoraUy i>refer individual investments to or
ganized stockholding associations.
Major-Oencral Wool bus written a communication in
which ho maintains that Lieutenant-General Scott, in
his autobiography, tia= committed an error in giving an
account of tho capture from the British by the American
troops of tho heights of QueeBHtOTI, Canada, on the
morning oi October 1 :i, 1 St?, and of the death on thai
occasion of the E?trliVh General Brock. OenersJ Scon
gives tho credit of th?s capture of Old heights princi
pally to detachments of che Sixth a?d Twenty-third in
fantry, a company of bglit nrtiUery, and some New Yorli
militia, naming the ofitcars by whom they were com
manded, and alio elates that Geuoral Brock received hif
mortal wound at the foot of the height?. Gen. Wool, says
that ho himself, thru a captain, led the "forlorn hope"
which made the important oonqucst, and that it con
sisted of two hundred and forty men of the Thirteenth
infantry, one company under Captain Ogii.vik, and a
small dct-achincut of artille ry. Only three of the officer?
mentioned by General Scott, ho states, took pnrt in the
engagement in which Captain (now General) Wool was
himself sovcrely wounded. GenCSSl WooLal?o maintains
tliat General Brook fell on the heights, and not at their
foot, whilo endeavoring to rally his men for the purpcac
of recapturing the battery.
Tho northeasterly gate of Wednesday, November 29,
was very ?evorc in the waters around Fortress Monroe.
Several vossedu in Hampton Roads were slightly injured,
and it is thought that there must have been great dam
age inflicted to others along the coast in that vicinity.
Since the removal by Government of the prohibition
of tho shipmens of ammunition and firearms to the lately
rebeUioue States, the transmission of them thence from
New York has been heavy. From the 2Cth'of Septem
ber to tho 21st inst. there were shipped at that port for
the South 369,637 pounds of sporting powder, 79 25
pounds of bUsting powder, 1,Gel,003 pounds of shot,
30,318,994 percussion caps, 2,244,4m cartridges, 1429
guns, and 6420 pistols.
The correspondent of a Northern paper says : "At the
?lose of tho war there were about two hundred thousand
bales of cotton in Georgia, of which seventy-flvo pot
cent, belonged to private individuals aud the residue to
tho Confederate Government and subject? of foreign
powore. Of this number fifty thousand balen were
shipped North and to Europo cUrect, leaving one hun
dred and fifty thousand bales unsold and waiting trans
portation. Tho United States Treasury agents have been
nosing ont that belonging to Uio Confederacy, but with
vory indifferent success. The accounts and operations
financially of the Confederate Government, anterior tc
the administration of Mr. Mimmingih:, wer?; upon such
nlooao principle, that it Was hard to tell whether il
owned a groat doal or nothing at oil. And here it may
bo remarked that one of the prime causes which led tc
the downfall of Jut. Davis' Government was the pecu
lations of its quartermasters and other parlies holding
it? funds. As on instance, tliare was a man acting a'
-juartennaetey, in a Southern city, for four years. He
was not worth the second shirt to his back when ap
pointed, bnt when turned out of ofllco by Major-General
Wilson, TJ. 8. A., ho was worth halt' a million. And
another is now one of your chief Wall-Street bulls, whe
made all bis money hero in the same way. These eaact
might be summed np and enumerated indefinitely.
. They first caused tho i>eoplc to lose confidence in the
currency, which was tho entering wedge that split ur
tho whole concern."
An officiai telegram from Nevada says, thatou the 17tli
November Lieut Otwon, with sixty California volun
teers and a howitzer, attacked a large band of Indian*
who had fortified themselves In tho Black Mountains,
about ono hundred miles northwest of Dungcleii, In the
northerly part of the SUto ?f Novada. Daring tho en
cagoment one volnntoer waa killed and two were wound
ed. Of the Indiaus, one hundred and twenty were kill
*d ; a few escaped, and r?\ their horses, arms and am.
muniUon were captured. This wai the band which,
three weeks ago, robbed a train,-killed thu teamsters,
and afterwardfl obliged thirty armed men, who were
?coming after there, to retire after an onencoeMfa] eu
{? Cement.
?OS- AU. communications intended for publicationin
Uiin journal must be addrt?Ai<( to the Editor of
the Daily Nctrs, No. 18 Ha\rnc-.<hnt, Charleston,
S. C. Business Communication*to Publisher of
Daily Actes.
We cannot undertake <" ? rttum rtjtx-Ud communica
tions.
Advertisements outside cf f-'.e cify Hlwtt If accompa
nied with the cadu
OH A R LESTON.
WEDNESDAY HORNING, DKO-__BER 6, lHOO.
Wk FBAR it may have boon objected to tu?,
in our conduct of thif? journal, that we have
nol indulged in brighter prospects of ad
vancement at the South ; and it had been pro
per, porhaps, to have done ho. Our people
bavo needed, in their low estate, whatever
thcro was poseiblo of encouragement ana hope,
and there are, certainly, many sources of pos
sible prosperity. Our fortile lands, our charm
ing climate, our many improvements, our al
most priceless agricultural products, and the
apparent readinoBS of other lauds to pour their
teeming population?skilled in art, inured to
industry, prepared to labor?on our shores,
would seem to give assurance that there is
little within tho range of natural achieve
ment to which, with proper enterprise, wo
might not aspire.
Of such advantages we have not been in
sensible; nor have we been hopeless of re
sults. Wo know our people to bo patient,
prudent, firm of purpose, ready for ocotisious,
and singularly firm in character, and singu
larly just in perceptions and in aims; and we
cannot question, therefore, that, in tho many
ways to brighter fortunes, they will altogether
fail to find them, lint we have not failed to
per?oive one important impediment upon tho
path) and wc have had too much respect for
the intelligence of our readers to disregard
it?to speak of facts of which wc were not
assured, or assume opportunities which do not
certainly exist.
The impediment of which we speak is in
tho condition of uncertainty as to the facts
before us; men cannot safely has?1 their hnpes
and enterprises upon conditions of whofc oc
currence they are not secure ; and, perhaps,
there have been few people compelled to act
on such uncertainties. It is uncertain that
the Union will be restored ; it is uncertain that
our lands upon the seaboard will be surren
dered ; it is uncertain that the negroes will
incline to work it: it is uncertain that their
' friends will allow them, even if inclined, to
do so ; uncertain that wc can secure the capi
tal, or, in an}' othor form, the provisions ne
ccBsary to our operations.
Wo have hopes the Union will be restored]
of eourec ; but the party dominant in Con
, gross says itshall not;?that, having conquered
i the ?South, it would be more profitable to
to make it a province?and whether they pre
vail or not, cannot bo certain. That they will
be resisted, is certain; thai the Government
i will use its moral and pol?tica] influence to
' that end is announced ; but, that it may not
, find these insufficient, and shrink from the
: perilous alternative of arbitrary power, is a
fact oven yet necessarily contingent.
It is to be hoped that our lauds will be ro
: stored, and to a great extent they have been ;
but, upon the islands they arc still held, diffi
culties are yet interposed, and it is yet uncer
tain that they will be given up, or, if so, upon
conditions with which proprietors can com
ply.
It is hoped the negroes will incline to work.
They constitute our laboring population, and
1 there cannot be advancement, or subsistence,
even, to our present population, without them ;
but they have not been industrious since eman
cipation; they are not so, perhaps, by nature;
they seem not to be perceptivo of the obliga
tions of contracts, or the pressure of ultimate
consequences: and many, it is to bo feared,
will not know that they must starve without
working, until it be too late to profit by tho
information, and such inclination, therefore,
to any efficient end, is yet to b? established.
It is to bo hoped, also, that the friends oi
tho negroes will allow them to work?but
that, also, is uncertain. When the country
came under military occupation, those friends
wore instant to assure them that thoy wero
freo of all earthly responsibilities ; that their
highest merit to God and man was to injure
their formor masters, and it is not certain that
thoy are yet under wiser counsels. The Freed
men's Bureau is still vigilant of all surrender
of lands, as though assured there would be
! some to be rcservod for other purposes. There
i still seems to bo contemplated the experiment
of a nogro colony ; in consistence with such
; purpose, the natural ofiect will be to unfit the
, negro for any other modo of life ; in consist
enco with such expectation, there must be n
' natural repugnance in tho negro to accept
( employment.
No one can say, thoreforo, what arc to bo
i tho futuro facts of our experience ; no one can
1 say, without each knowledge, that our under
, takings will be certainly successful, and wo
have not ventured to do bo. Our readers sec
' circumstances as clearly as we do, and wc
have not tho hardihood to tell thorn, to the
i contradiction of their eonse?, that facts exist
which do not. K seems to have boon assumed
that adventure is success, and that journals
i aro wanting of their office that do not stimu
late adventure ; but that U true only of hoalthy
conditions of society. Mon have tho right to
ask, that they may know some littlo of what
is to happen ; some few of the conditions apon
which thoy havo to act, beforo thoy can om
bork their fortunes ; thie is Ci^ocially true of
those who have so little to embark ; and, amid
the gloom and porils of tho present time, the
prominont considerations are of xclf-nrcsorvu
tion and subsistence, and wo have notielt that
it was within our province to urge our people
farther, and endanger thoMij t_ pursuit of aims
of whoso attainment wo could not givo more
positive aaenrnnce.
Such aro tho eonsidoratioiw that have with
held us from lliat common course of indiscrim
inate commendation of all forme and exhibi
tions of activity. But conditions approach,
and will como speedily, wo hopo, apon which
activity may he safely predicated. It. is of
interest to us, to i ho Government, to the peo
p?o of the North, to froedinen, an?! to those,
even, who havo excrcisoil, it is to be ?barod,
an unhappy influence on the fortuno-? of the
frocdmen/that we shall <;?iue to the starting
point of enterprise. Of dilliculties in the way
of such common interests, there must be some
method of solution. It is scarcely possiblo that
wo shall not find it ; and if now disinclined
to these illusions, it will not then be objected
to us, that wo arc not sufficiently persistent in
the prosecution of tangible realities.
UIUTIAKV.
DIED, in Plantersvillo, on the ?nornint; of November
Stb, of membraneous crony, SUE PINCKNKY, Hccnnd
child ?>1 Dr. Damn and Sue 1'. TCC-KS, aged 2 years
ami 19 days.
"And liiere our ?hirllng lay. in coffined ealhi:
Dressed for Um grave, in raiment like tlio show,
And o'er her flowed tho white eternal peace;
Tho iiii'iitiiiii;: miracle into silence passed,
Never to stretch we? hand?, with her dear smile
Ab soil ns lifilit-fall ?in iuu'ol.liii?; flowers;
Never to wake iih, crying in tbe night,
Our little hindering (hing, forever (roite.-'
DIED, in thin city, on the evening of Um 1th, in
the 68th year af her aa-e, Mr*. ANNA B. BAKER, wife
of BOWAltO U. llAKKK, and Only daughter ? !' the late
Ci'AHitiEi. -Mank?aci.t DODMKTBK-U.
JU'?" Tlio Kfliittves n n?l Prient!? of Mr.
and .Mrs. E. li. UaKEB, am! of Dr. IS. L. ItAKCIl an?)
their families, atv luvltcd to attend lb? l'muraI Ber
VicesO? Mrs. B. V. JiAKKlt, at No. 10 l-Vlix-stm-t, Tkh
Morning, at Ten o'clock. December c
j}3r Tile ltclativcs uirtl l*'ricitila ?if Mr* un?l
Mrs. OEOKOK UULWINKLE nro Invtlcd t'i attend tin
Funeral Sirvi?os of the formier, TkU Morning, at Nin?
o'clock, at his lute residence, corner of Auson endflo
eiety streets. " December C
?l~?~ Thr Itcliitivii?, Prienda nnd Acquaint -
ANTES of Mr. mid Mi-m. K. .t. II. Ei<ciii:it are respect.
fully invited lo attend the 1'ii'oral Services of thiii'
yonngeat daughter, AI.M.Y LOCI?B, at their rceMoacv
at the coriK-r Church-idreot end Klott'oalfc y. This .Ifftc
ti'.nn, at Two o'clock, without further InrlUtiiHi,
December i>
inr THE ItlCUT REV. 7>I?. LYNCH, 11I8HOI
of Charleston, will preach This i IVrdtiCftoy) Ereuina, ii:
St. Joseph's Church, Aiwou street, at?o'clock.
December ?1 1
g_r THURSDAY BEING THANK8GIY1NC
Day, all 1ULLS OK LADING per Emily 11. Souder iuuhI
bo presented lor signature before Thn.-o (:)) o'clock I1,
af., This Day. WILLIS _ CHlgOLM.
December G 1
aor CUSTOM HOUSE, CHARLESTON, ?. C
COLLECTOR'S OFS1CK, DECEMBER G, 1*65.?Tiers
day, 7tu insiupt, having been appointed by Ui?; Rrestdenl
as a doy of National Thanksgiving*, tb?! ?,'iistoii! House
will be closed on that ?lay.
DeeemberC i a. 0. mackey, Collector.
*ttnotice to the citizens or CHAULES
TON.?Dr. WM. L. FO?jS oilers Ida PROFESSIONAI
SERVICES to the Cittxens of Cbarlcaton, ami calls theli
attention to his treatment of Chronic Discuses generally
ospecjully Chronic Cutaneous Disca-ic, ddfeatn aflci*
Uons anil Carbuncle?as his treatment In those ?IscasiH
1h far Superior and entirely difi'ercjil to tho old mode o
practice, and based on u successful experience of mon
than twelve yeiir?' Hauiling. N>> ju?:rcury, arsC?lc
ioeliue, causti?- nor ari?U lined, and no particular resfrie
liona roouicltc as to diet.
I havo been pr.ictimng luedicine in Bamwcll District fill
sixteen years, ?mil am well acquainted with the effects am
trentiuent of Uiat protean ?md moi-hltlo agent, miusni?
also typhoid fever, convulsions, chorea, and Otberdi*
cases to .which thi> liumau .system ?s liable; and liav?
cured inveterate cas?( of cutaneous a-MMes in a tea
weeks that had existed fiar years au?l batl'edall previous
treatment.
Office and rcsideuc?*, No. 183 KING-STREET.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
December 6 mwfl7* WM, L. TOSH, M. D.
MS- OI1DEKS RECEIVED FOR CANCELLING
STAMPS? Hudson'? ratent?by
TIWRBER, SOULE ?s CO.,
Ko. I State-Htreet {Up Stair?),
December 5 C Charleston, 3. C.
MS" B A N K OF THE STATE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA?This Dank will, on Tuesday, the 5th inBt.,
open a 8FECLKL OFFICE in Charleston for deposit oi
COIN and UNITED STATES CURRENCY, to be rcpait]
acconllugly. All euch deposits will be received ami
dealt with separately and apart from the previous bus!.
neBB of the Bank, and will be held subject to tlio draft oi
tho depositors only. THOS. R. WAKING,
December 4 C Casbier.
MS" NOTICE TO LOTHOLDERS.?IN CONSE
QUENCE o? the depredations being committed on tb?
Grounds, no one will bo allowed to attend to any lot ex.
ccpt those employed by ihe Company.
J. J. STROLB,
December 1 Secretary.
**- OFFICE DEFOT COMMISSARY, NO. 10
BROAD-STREET?CHARLESTON, 8, C, NOVEMBER
2ith, 18?5.?SEALED PROPOSALS, In duplicate, for the
dolivery of FRESH BEEF ON THE BLOCK, for issu?
to troops at this rest, commencing January 1st., 18oV>,
subject to tho approval of the Goinmifviary-Oenera], will
bo received by tho undersigned, at hia Office, up to
12 It December 15th, 18?5.
The name of good and aufilciont sureties for tho faith.
lui performance of the contract will bo required in cacb
bid.
All further information in relation to Vrius of con
tract, ke., can be obtalnod on application to tlio under
?igned. H. E. LORD,
November 24 21 Caj.fain and C H. VuIh.
OS" OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES DI
RECT Tan ?Joiniiiifsioii.-rs, pccond floor northeast eornei
Faviliou HoteL Taxes received between the hour^ of H
o'clock, A. M., and S o'clock, P. M. November 14
Mb" NOTICE?DR. JAS. R. MOOD HAS RE
TURNED to. tho city. ?frico und residence, No. 4(
WENTWORTH STREET, north side, one door west ol
Mooting. C+ December 2
MS- DR. R. LEBBY, JR.-OFFICE AND RESI
DENOE No. 69 Trudd-strot, between King and Meet
inff-streot?. 12 November 23
MB" DR. n. BAER.?OFFICE AT THE DRUG
STORE of Mr. A. C. PULS, Moetlnij street, near Mar
-ai? November?-J
MS" ?IEDIO.\L aVRD.~Dn. F. LxJAU PAR
KER?Ofilee, No. 79 Broad-Rtreet. 6>9side_e_ for the
present, oomejr t>f Lo^ac and Tradd-HUftl?.
Ncv'.mlHr 4 Lrco*
"VT OTIC K Tt> mechanics.-cm a it i.ic s
?\ TON ORPHAN HOUSE?The Commissioner? of
the afaovo Institution ir?? d?<ciroiiH of Unding out to vo
rhin? trades SIXTEEN BoYK ?f anitaMo ago and of guod
Character.
A(ipii<-iiti?)n to tie made to the Steward at the House,
who will tarnish all rrquiaitu info, mat Ion.
December G 6
?'i?ANfJ WA VI'KO.T-WANTEOTO tft?H?O, A
lined Pim?o, 7 octaves. Address Key Box Mo. ?o'i,
cii.n-l? aton /''-MtofTiiT. :i* December i!
%*/ li?i;i), IN "A (iKtiV?RI? NK?'HIttOK
V7 H'ioD. ?m- iii.-.iiuiii .;f.i twormali, plainly fur.
iiitdied i!|IA:il HER.-', with m- i>f irarlor and ?tit.-lien.
luforenctfl exviiauic'd. A?.|?iy ut No. f> liayne-alroot,
l'iee N ai louai Ex] rest ??ici Trtiwp >rl dieu Company.
Duo mliei-i". 3*
WA\TKI?. ? KrTUVj'lo.v, BV A ItK
Kl>KCT?MUj; white girl, us Kurte and Plain Bow
lug. or tmamber work. Irupiira fur .i-.ni: Ct'HKKN,
N?*w fork l?'.t?.-i. No. '.!';i (?' " : street. Xtteuest of
r.-*V>ri'ru-?i. 1? 11. -, . rub?-,- >'.
\JL/ X K 'V~Wt ?K h iitlliU ?:?MI1-;. W.'HTK
VV preferred. Apply at No. 11 RuUedge street.
December ?; 3
! AV-AVI'MU."A C?KM tYAKstft.-APX'bV AT
>Y No. 3TU King-street DecemberC
WASTE?, A PUUNim?RDROOJtf, WliTll
OUT Hoard, for two gentlemen. Address II.
W1LLIAMB, Puategjce. *? DoocmborO
WASTED ' IMitlKOlATELY. FOUR GOOD
BRICKLAYER*. Apply at No. HO CulK-un
strcet, near Pitt. 2* December 5
WASTE?, ,V CARGO 'Up L* It IM ?ftlJ IW
BBR for Europe. Apply on Brown's Wharf.
December ft a w. p. hall.
WASTt?D. TWO OVKHSKKKS_LIBI?HAL
wage? wiU be iml?l to such a? cnu sive yocid r?f?r
ences as to character and capacity as planters. Apply to
W. W. WANNAM.YKER, .St. Matthew*, H. C.
December 4 10
WA\TEI>, A Sl'ai'K?F lioUMS.'? S UK.
gPSOTABLE privat? i'ai.iily, centrally loeateti,
may tind a good tenant, by itddreaslug "Native," K?-y
Box tU. mwi" December s
WATNEO.?A SMART. ACT1VK, HOTEL
steward. Address bnmerUatsly, Lock Box
lot) Postofttce. November 30
?ArANTEO TOUFAT, V MO?EKATK
\V SIZED RESIDENCE in s respectable jiortio? oi
the citv?baring all modern improvements. Address
C. K., Ne?v. ot?ec. Nuvcmbcr20
I" ?BXTM?MA.Vlir HOME K?PlUtlENOK
j\_ an ft Teacher will glvo private lessons In LATIN,
FRENCH, SPANISH ei.d M.'.'i'HEM.M ICS. Tor terms,
Ac, apply at the Book-store o? 3fr. ?vhn RnmeU, No.
js'i King-ntrect October 11
riAO RENT. SKVBHAI, Kilt ST CLASS SIC?
A IHLAND PLANTATIONS -?i John's kdand, when
the linns: cottons have bn-ii produced abundantly.
These PLvitationa <?0ct unprecedented advantages, at
Rtrangers lo the dinuite can remain on theui the entiri
year. Apply (o RUPEIt k Hl'UNBY,
iteccrabi r C Vandcrhi rat Wharf.
! rpo rknt, r.,\ kam ??stead, ti??t ?;'?um
I J. UOD10U9 RESIDENCE, with ample oittbiilliUngi
I anil '.trfi'i i.ot?-in.iht benltby s'.tnallun?corner Coopei
and ildy ?<tro..i-f. l'OMcmitou Riven bnine.'Uftte?y, ami
rent moilt-nilo. Impilre at Nr. -.: Broad-street, tip stairs,
December t? I*
r|tO l!K,NT. T1?M I'VVil KltV'K MOtlKliM!
{_ Nu?. 4 and IS Chnruh-Mroet, in goad order. Appl]
tu JAMES .vi-Lv'VIAN, N". m Itunh-stre^t.
Ueceiubfi 0 '?'
r|-\0 It?XT,T?IK |ll>llt.UILEI)WKbLlNt
I HOUd? Ko. ft? ?!(imiiit.'-:ii.iee'. "?ijie?lt" Pnneftn
street, nuvlng *even square idioms, a'U; ronir.s, pnntry
A-?-., "ii'ii rccinisif* outb >tildii:g?, lu-goj?! riji.'r. Appl]
oil tin l>l-':-:i--> ' - Nc 7 ?? ' r-c.-trc-'t.
l>?>- iiibur i; wfm*
rntt >{i;\'i'?Tii;i-: l1~ii??e '"aV? conr
J MOIUOUH limite*, No. >' >) |Jl|? n-^tr - *.. \j-|i'.v U
.). W. IfAlCitlt^ON, No e.i Quran-street.
r<iit HA LE.
Alionar. 1'uWKin.uwTMii.L, in cAifpPH? order
Apply lo J- W. H.UtniSHON, N-.-. -2 Qiiccn-ntreot
bec-mlie.- r, ?.*
TO HEAT, A HOUSE X?. -Hi WASIlIftfU.
TON-S'i'UEET, containing ?i\ *pu.!- t".<-iiih, twi
dressing rooms, library and pantry. On the preniisci
there i-j .i li?-.e- etaern, l^r,??-. ?aid jud sarde?. Ai pis u
.1. H. DAWSON,
Dsecmlmrfl 3* N?x 2 AlkenV How,
rr\t> KENT, THE THREE STORY WOOI???
.JL DWELLING, NrtrthMi-t ciu-nerPmiUi and atonta
IpHs-streetf. tam kitchen an?l lervftnvi' iinartows
couch houite, -table, A:c. One Of the largest letssni
in<ist d?sirable location-- in iiie <^itv. Apply to
UEO. W, WILLIAMS ? HO.,
Do-ember l? ?) No?. 1 imcltl Hayiie-*frcet.
rpO ItENT_THAT f'OMMOOIOL'S Tlf.K.EE
JL S-TOUY DWEI.LIXG HOTTSK. N... U Le./.ire street
Apply to ?TAMEM K. iltlNOLE, Vsnderhorat Wharf.
November 22
flit) UESIT (lit L'tllt SALE, 1?' sOjliflB?
X VILLE.?A comfortable HOUSE of four rooms
with large pantry and pla7.r..%v, Icitelten, s-rv-sntH' rexun>
csrriagc house and atable, and ail requisite outbuiidingR
a well of ?ood water, ?nul all -ii: >:o<vl Order, en a oni
acre Lot, ?ituat.;-d opiKtjite the- rcsMenceof tue laic Gee'
w. Cooper, \pplv tj
Dr. ST. JOHN PHILLIP?,
N?. a Beaufaiu street? Charlostoa.
O?ciub?.-l ?niw'.lr
1.?ESII*EXC?? ANf? STOIIES T? KENT.
\ The three-r.tcry Beaidenee, northwest cc-mei
Tradd and Oraii({e streets.
sheii No. 8 Pinckne/Hnrcet, .su?;?.i>1c- tor w- .t-^hoj
or Htore>hou?e,
FOR PALE.
I! That pleasant lY-f.U??at?<d IIOI'SI-:, with extent*??-, lot
. , at northwest corner Lynch and Unil ?itrects.,
Apply to THEDDOUE STONEY.
' ! November 17 Vaoderhornt's WhAri.
JICiHT ?lt?PT STEANEli FORH?LE
j Kteuner M.tltY 1^.1J., now iyinj; at Pidmettc
. ! Wharf: has iartie c&rryini; capacity, ami very light draft
exactly .vlapt-d for .Soutliern Rivers, Apply on board
? for two days. 2* December t'
I Y.Stjfl. salp:, on th?' plantation ~?*
Jj OoL LAURENCE KKITT, near LnwitviUe P-pol
Oranffburg Distrkt, on December 7, lbOC-.
UK) 1?OOH
S3 i'aftln
>?) Shorvji, Forage, Potatoes, Com, Syrup, T.^ther
Wheat
I lai-^e Iron Sugar Mill, with
:i large Boilers.
AU tho Cattle are in fine marl--1 order, i.uC the Cohi
of superior rpiahty.
Terms?.VU sums under $20, cash; all sums over fQO
notes with good security taken, and twelve mouth*
credit given. fmw? November 24
i'~iU>R".SALE, A ?O?" O?* FIVEi AI?LK?NG
! COWS AND SPKINOERB. just arrived. Apply a(
HUNT'S Wagon Yard,
December ! 3* King, near Line street.
F~" OR SALE.?A GENTLEIIIAN'SnSAnDLH
M ABE?A fln.? SOREEL MARE, fourteen handi
high, and in splendid condition. Price moderate. Ap
ply at CHARLESTON HOTEL STABLES.
November 20 Pinckney-street.
H" O? 8 ET IN "luiMTEH. FOU"s"?LT?.??
comfortable HOUSE, with four ' square rooms,
good pantry, two atU?-H, piazza to the south, double
ltitcheu, with fine cooking range, servants' rooms, Ac.,
on an ucre lot, is offered for sale low for cash. Apply
to A. 0. MOSES, Suinter, 8. C,
Or io CHAS. H. MO?SE A CO.,
No. 13 Hayne-strect, Charleston, S. C.
November 28
T~ he Large ano goma?od??Ium house
on the corner of King and Yauderhorst streets (for
merly kept by Icev. Mr. Jaoou* as a Ladles' Board Inc.
School) has been rpfitted and newly furnished, an?l it
now open lor the reoeptlon of BOARDERS by the d*y oj
week. Entrance on Vanderhorst-strcet.
November 30 C*
PaU^ATB BOARD CAjrBE HA l> AT No
40 Vat dcrhorst-strcet. inwf.1 * Pocercbt r 4
PRiVAT? rBOARD?NG^?FiB W ? EN~
TLEMEN can be accommodated at tbo CORNEP
OF KINO AND TRADD-STREETS; also, a pleasant
ROOM, suitable tor man and wife. DAY BOARDEK?
taken. - October 20
STOM5N, FROM M AGNOLI A OEM KTEItV.
from the Orphan House lot, and others, some very
fino Japonl' :i.'i and Rose trees. December 2
NOTICE TO"C?"NTR?CT<)RS7t6 DELIV
ER OAK AND YELLOW PINE WOOD, at any
good- landing on the AshJey or Htono, or Too^odtx
Rivers. Address JAMES CUMM1NGS, on South Bay,
Mercian d'fl Wharf. 6*
fiI VV!" UKW ARD.- LOBT;?A ?Util ?'HEhT
HPXU NUT-COLORED STALLION PONY, about 11
hands high, from the comer of Colhoun and Washing
ton streets, Charleston. The above reword will be paid
and no ?montions asked, on leaving it at Mrs. DAVIS',
corner of Reld and Hanover streets.
December 4 3* _
fi! Cs A A MO?T?i" AliENT? WANT?HFOli
jIf)t/V/ ?fae/g?rrfi/n<war(?clr<Justout Address O. T,
?AREY, City Bulldiiic, Biddeford, Maine.
September 18 ,nofl._
(BIOS ADAVi AGENTS WANTKO TO
Hl)??tJ sell a new and wonderful BEW1NO MACHINE,
the only cheap oneUcensed. Address SHAW k CLARK,
Biddeford, Main. _3mos 8cPtcnlb?Lil?.
THE BARNAVELI? SENTINEL. ~
rrUlE PDB1JCATION OF THIS PAPER, WHICH OF
JL FICE was destroyed bi February last by tli? Federal
army, has bonn resumed. It is the only paper published
In that large and popidous District, and t?> niejehant? and
btiRbvuM men ponseawji advantages seidoni met with.
Terms for adverUobig, $1 per square of tweivo Unes, or
ISM. for each insertion. Subscription to paper, t3 )Hr
annum. Addrvwn E A BKONSON,
November 33 Proprietor.
A GRAND CONCERT
WIM. BK C.IVICN, THIS EVENING, KOVKcIllKH
Cth, at HIBERNIAN HALL, bv
Mrs. F ANNIE 0. BAILEY
Mr. THOMAS P. O'NEALE,
ASSISTED BY WELL KNOWN AMATEURS, AND AM
EFFICIENT RAND OF HUHIO.
I? It O O it A M ",1 E :
l'A ht I.
nnsta i:y TEE ?and.
I, DUBTT?"Quul muni ?jual Ierra".Vaam.
SOLO (Tenor)?"?Sweet ?Spirit, hear icy
Prayer".Waiaaok.
?I, SOLO (Soprano)?II Uaoclo (tho Kies).Alioiri.
I. duett?Nocturne from Don t<utt0juale...l>OH_M.Tn,
li. SONd?Tub.il Cain.KuattB-L..
c. QUARTETTE?BUence.Ko.TJiKn.
Faut II.
MUSIC at TJIK i:and.
1. DUETT?"Holy Mother, guide bis foot
Steps" .WAM.*?*.
2. SOLO (Tenor)?"Spirits OetiUI" .DMttWfTl.
:i. cavatina-."Una voce pa ca fa".Kohhini.
4. DU KTT?Hol-Fa.Hahni 1-1.
C. QUARTETTE?Night Shades.Rohsini.
MS' Ticket? ft?To be had at the IJook Mores, Churlm
ton Hotel, and Mr. SelgUng'a Mimic ?lore. Aliio, at th??
Hall.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Ferformauco to cO-tnuraan
at m o'clock. i December a
THE FIRST GRAND
ANNUAL BALL
OF THE
Young America Fire Engine Company,
OP THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
WILL BE OIVEN AT THE HIBERNIAN HALL,
on THURSDAY EVENING, Deeoniber 11, 1H*?-.
Roors will bo opened at half-past 7 o'olook.
Tickets con bo proenred from thu following gentlemen
who coiiHtituto tho Committee :
AY. MAHONY, Chairman.
D. MAIIONY. I A. W. KOSK.
J. F. IIOYOK. P. HARVEY.
It. VV. HIIILKY. M. MfiKVl.1'/.
P. U. l'-REAUY. I W. UROWN.
M. c:arey.
MULLER*8 ITRST-CLASS HAND will bo in att'.ui
danoa, ami Madame F AVI EU will fun:__i Supper i:i h>-:
usual Inimitable style.
All Firemen are requested to appear in Uniform.
Deci'Diln-r r? _
CHARLESTON FIRE ECHOINElCOMPA1TV.
A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
t\ Company wHl ho held .it the. l*.:i;;inj UtttUC, T4_i
Evening, nt half-past 7 o'clock.
IJy or?ler of Uio PrrrtdC-t.
December 0 I* TU08. ALEARON, 8<i r?>U.-y
I.O. O. F.?R. XV. GRANO LOUUKOF THK
HT ATE OF HOUTH CAROLINA.
VN EXTHA COMMUNICATION 0>' IMS P.. W.
Grand Lodge will convene In Charlefton, S. 0-, "t
Friday Kvtnfnff, DeccnV;?!r 22, l?cr-, nt seven o'clcek.
Oiflcers ami Fast Grands r.ro requeat.cl to attend, an bu
siness of frrcat importance will tio brought forward (hi
Consideration. By order of SI. W. (?. M.
EDWARD AlITi'TlEI.. ,
December f> 1* Grand Bearetary.
SOUTH CAKO&tXNA SOCIETY.
V REGULAR MEETING OP THE KOCiETY WILL S3
held at tin! Hal), on Tuesday AfXrnoon, Util llU*..
?t 4 p't'lorlt. l'liiietnal attendance is particularly re?
queetod, a? the Society will no intn an election to III! t?4
vacant offices. FRANCIS LANCE,
December0 wflntn. clerk pro tc?_.
QEKMAN pribndlt society.
A MEETING OF THE GERMAN FRIENDLY KG
J\_ CI ET Y will bo h?_d at tho Hall of Freuiidichaft
Bund, Society-street, This Evening, at 8 o'clocfi. Tino
tuiil attendance of all tlie moral}?-.-? aw request?*!, rh ?.r
rungamente will be made to celebrate tiio Caatea-fcg
Anniversary.
Bv order Fresid?;nt.
December G 1 L. B. LOVEOREEN, Scc'ry P. T.
FRENCH AND ENGLISH HOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES.
NO. 7? BROAD-STREET.
\rADAME VICTOR PETIT WILL REOPEN HKU
1tJ_ SCHOOL on the 1st of Dovember next. Sho wi:"i
have charge herself of tho French Department, nud wlD
bo asHlstcd by the following tiucleutt*aoherH:
English.Mrs. WOTTOlf.
Latin and Algebra.Mr. W. M. LAWTON, 7u.
J'Unu and Yo?:?d Mualc, Drawing, Ac.
KrH. P J. BARBOT.
Drawing and Tainting.Prof. F. GAUTHIER.
Dancing.Mone. BERG Eli
For terms and particular.-), apply as above. ?
November 29_ rawa Imo
SCHOOL FOR GIRI.N ANO SMALL I3GYS
ON MONDAY, TIIE27TH, AT THE SCHOOL ROOM
in AHhloy-atrce*., nest north of tho (Thurch <-f thv
Hoiy Communion, I will open a SCHOOL FOR G7RL
AND SMALL ROYS, ap-istod by Mr*. M. H. MITCHELL
and Miss CHARLOTTE SMITH. Hours from 9 A. M.
to 2 P. M. 1er tcrmtt, apply r.t tho Sclicoi Room t.- to
Rev. A. T. PORTER,
Corner Rutiedgo and Hprlng utireis.
November 24 f . . . r.
MRS. E. B. WHITE'S SCHOOL FOR. YOUNO".
LADIEft
MR3. EDWARD B. WHITE WILL, ON THE FIRST
of JANUARY, open in tho City of CharlPnton, au
English and French Boarding and Day School for yO?Og
ladies, at her resilience, No. 6 Legarostreet, oppr-rlto te>
Lamboll-street. Music, vocal and iufilru?nciit.'il, aUo
Indian and Drawing, will be taught if desired. Fci
terms, apply as above, after the 15th of December; a_tl.
until Uaat tima for information to Mr. EMERY, S. C. R.
R. office, .Tohn-Btrcct. ws4* m . November 23
DAKC1KG SCHOOL.?A GOOD CHANCE.
MONS. BERGER INFORMS THOSE PUPILS WHO
intend to join his SCHOOL FOR THE JANUARY
SESSION, that they will bo taught during Doccmboi
without any extra oharges. Apply at
No. 302 MERTING8TREET,
November 29 wso* Opposite Citadel Gnsem.
w
DISSOLUTION.
rpHE FIRM OF HERIOT BROTHERS WAS. BY
X mutual consent, dissolved on tho 1st inst Either
partner is authorized to sign in liquidation. '
They may bo found, in future, at tbo Oflko of MeWs.
W. B. HERIOT A CO., No. 249 King street
JOHN R. HERIOT, Jr.
B. sS. HERIOT.
December C 0
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
rIE FIRM OF LEE A DUFFU? IS THIS DAY DIS
SOLVED by mutual consent?
HUT80N LKF.
A. W. DUFFOS
CbarleRton, December 4, ljgjj. G _December t>
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
E, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE ASSOCIATHD
ourselves in partnership, under the firm of
CRAI3, TUOMEY k CO.. for tho transaction of the
Ship Chandlery and Shipping and Commission Businon??,
at No. 48 East Bay-ntre?c, between Boyco- A Co.'h North
and South Wharves, to commence from 1st December.
OHA8. T. CRA1G,
JNO. TUOMEY,
December 6_BOBT. W. LOC-WOOD.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMKD
A Copartnership under the name and firm of
THOMPSON k BROTHER, for tho transaction of it
WHOLESALE GROCERY AND GENERAL COMMIS
SION uU.SINES8 at Charleston, 8. O.
HENRY T. THOMPSON, Jr., and JNO. M. THOMP
SON arc the general partners, and JAS. CARLIN. of
Charleston, ia the. special partner, and han contributed
to the common stock of said firm the sum of ten thou
sainl ?loUiirs'in gold. Tho Copartnership is to continu?
for two years from this dato.
JAMEfl CARLIN.
HENRY T. THOMPSON, Je.
JNO. M. THOMPSON.
OnarteatAn, November 6, 1IM5.
November 29 wr-lnto
THE COPARTNERSHIP
TTERI.'TOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE NAMK
Jl. of NEWMAN k FOWLER, is this day diaeoJved
by mutual consent. A. F. NEWMAN.
November 23 _EDWARD FOWIJOt.
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
Mr. JAMES SALVO with him, and wUl continuo
the Auotion, Shipping and Ceunmlssloa Buelneiis, at No.
125 East Bay, next ?l'X r North Of Union l?.uilc, undtrlii?
Dame of J. A. EN8L0W k CO. J. A. ENSLCW
November 2(1 _30
NOTICE.
TEE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Fartne-Fhip fe>r traiisactlng a SHIPPING ANE?
COMMISSION BUMNES3, under tho stylo of MOSTIS
OAI ft CO. M. O. MORDECAL
J. I?. TOBLVB.
Charlefitoi), N?^ven:ber 1,18-55. imo Novcmbtr4_
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BIA. 8. C by JULIAN A. HKLBY.
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