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_CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....DECEMBER 12, 1865. _
THE
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
G. R. CAT1ICART. Editor.
CATHCABT, McMILLaN & MORTON,
PROPRIETORS.
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Mr. AUG. BRENTANO.NO. 708 Broadway, Now York,
bos always tho latest dates of tho Daily News, as ho
doos of aR tho other principal Journals of the country
News Siaramary.
It is announced in official circles that President John
son is very urgent for the admission of tho Tennessee
delegates.
Tho Republican Senatorial caucus was considerably
divided on tho question. Congress is not disposed to
make an issuo with tho President, If It enn bo avoided.
Tho resignation of Benjamin F. Butler, which was
tendered to tho War Department, n few days sluco, was
promptly accepted.
Of tho two hundred and thirty-two members of tho
present Congress, exactly ono-lialf oro natives of Now
England and New York?thero being sixty-nine of tho
former, and forty-seven of tho latter.
Judge TnoMAB J. Devine, formerly of the Confed?ralo
States Courts, and Major Sackfield Marlix, and Col.
Philip N. Luckett, officers of tho lato Confederate
army, three prominent citizens of Texas, hare been ar
rcstod by order of General Sueiudan, aud aro now im
prisoned in Fort Jackson. ,
The Galvestou Now hat been furnished with ou ac
count of tho now h team plow recently invented by
Bnm CnEwzuAn, of Austin. With two hands itwlU
thoroughly cultivate 120 acres of coll?n, including the
breaking up of the soil, and much otker necessary work.
Corn and wheat, may bo cultivated by this machine In a
very superior style.
Amos Kendall., Postmaster General under Jackson, is
building in Washington a house of worship, "tho Calva
ry Baptist Church," at a cost of soventy-flve thousand
dollars, which he proposes to give to tho society of tho
church, on the condition that when finished they will
furnish it.
The Louisiana Legislature has passed llio Senate reso
lution against the rccognitiou of Haiin and Cutter as
United 8tates Senators. A special coinmiltco reported
a bill against tho Comtltution of 18G4, nnd presented a
bill for the calling of a Convention on the 4th of Jan
nary. Randall Hunt, from that State, was elected
Senator to the United States.
Washington advices say that tho official correspond
ence betweeu our Government and England and Franco,
is being prepond for publication. That with England
is very voluminous, as it covers tho whole question of
belligerent rights. Only that portion of the correspon
dence with Franco relativo to Mexican affairs will bo
published, an it is not deemed cxpediout to mako it all
public at present.
The New York IVAltn?, of tho 8th lust., says that East
Tennessee Unionists hovo been permitted, by n weak
and worthless Union General commanding, and a rev
erend blackguard styled Governor, to butcher not loss
than ono hundred Confederates anil negroes in and
around Knoxville einco Juno last. Greeley says Ten
nessee has many staunch Unionists, but nevertheless is
n pandemonium of passion ami crime, and not more fit
for self-government than Dahomey.
Bishop Horada, of Vermont, is now making a tour
through the .Southern States, for tho purpose of deliver
ing lectures in behalf of such charitable objects as the
citizens of tho difieren t points at which be sp oks may
designate. Bishop Hopkins is a man who Is entitled to
tho respect of every Southerner. He has always con
tended for justlco and right, regardless of section, nnd
wiR be welcomed wherever ho may go in tho Southern
States.
Tho success of the anti-slavery Constitutional Amend
ments seemed to have inspired further attempts in tbo
samo direction, and four amendments of that instrument
have already been proposed, viz. : Making the number
of voters in each Stato the basis for representation in
Congress; annulling the provision against export duties;
prohibiting the payment of the rebel debt; and securing
to all persons equal protection and the rights of liberty
and life.
Tho Virginia City (Mountain) Post of November 4th
contains a glowing description of a most extraordinary
discovery about four milos from Helena, in that Terri
tory, mado by a man named BnowN, ono of the original
discoverers of tho Gould k Conn y lode, of Nevada. The
discovery is represented as a well defined ledge, fully
five feet wide, with a gold vein throe feet wide, throe
fourths of the entire substance therein being pure gold.
On each side of this vein there is a casing of ono foot of
quartz, which will assay from $400 to $3,000 the ton.
The Court Journal ?"ll? us that Lord Dudley has been
in Paris for the last fortnight expending mines of wealth
in Jewels and other gifts for tho beautiful Miss Mon
caiRFr, on whoso noblo brow bo is about to place bis
coronet. His lordship purchased, for his destined
bride, the wonderful diadem which has so Ion? attracted
tho envy and admiration of all tbo idlers in tbo Rno dc
la Paix. Thirty-two thousand pounds was the cost of
this bagatelle?a sort of diminutivo Koh-l-noor?but this
eerin will bo but an insignificant item in tbo corbeille de
marriage."
It it stated that tbero are now 4,000,000 Roman Catho
lics In the United States. In 1808 there was one pro
vince, ono diocese, two bishope, eighty-eight priests
eighty churches, and two ecclesiastical institutions;
1801, seven provinces, forty-eight dioceses, three vlcari
atca, thlrtyflvo bishops-, 2317 priests, 2517 churches, 1278
stations and chapels, and forty-nine ecclesiastical insti
tutions. In addition to this, they hove one hundred
and two orphan asylums, where about 7000 orphans arc
educated; ono hundred benevolent and charitable socie
ties; twenty-eight hospitals, ninety-seven literary Insti
tutes for young men; two hundred and twelve female
academies, and three hundred and.three free schools for
37,030 males; and three hundred and twenty-seven
schools for 29,671 females.
Tho report of the Comptroller of tho Currency Is very
interesting. Ho takes high conservative ground in re
gard to the finances of the country, and his facts and
arguments showing where we will land if our currency
expansion and excessive importation aro not checked,
aro very convincing. Mr. Clarke disousses tho entire
question of finance in all its elements, currency, taxa
tion, tariff and revenue, urges a readjustment of the
tariff with a view to check importations, and tho con
solidation of our system ofjnternnl revenue, jby restrict
ing taxation to a few of the leading articles at high rates,
nch* ' as ' cotton, tobacco, distilled and * male' liquors,
stamps, licenses, eta' 'As* wo havb horctoforo otatcd, no
increase of the national bank capital wlU be recommend
ed, except upon such conditions as will provont any fur
ther inflation of the currency. Tho roport wlR also show
that tlie amount of currency -in activo circulation is
many millions leas than is generally aupposed.
tfsT AU communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of
the Daily News, No. 18 Htiyne-street, Chmlesttm,
S. C. Business Communications lo Publisher of
Daily News.
We ca7inot undertake to return rejected communica
tions.
Adccrtisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied with the cash.
CHARLESTON.
-?-? *
TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 18G5.
A few days sineo we took occasion to rc
tnark upon tho uncortaint.es affecting enter
prise in this unhappy country, and, among
others, maintained that tho negroes might not
work, or their friends permit them, even if
inclined to do so. To this romark exception
has heon takon, and an officer of the Frced
mon's Bureau, whoso articlo wo publish, tells
us that it is not merely slanderous, hut con
voys a falso impression to tho puhlic, and an
nounces a fact to frcodmon which, it protonds,
is injurious, but which " cortaiuly could not
havo boon taught thorn from any other
80UTC0."
This languago is harshor than was necessa
ry to tho efficiency and forco of the communi
cation; harshor, perhaps, than may havo been
intended, for tho author is of standing and
culture, and wo might, with propriety, havo
declined its publication; hut wo accept it. Wo
accopt it for tho reason that it oxihibits a sen
sibility to public sentiment. Such has been
tho apparent disregard of public fooling, pub
lic interest, and, wo will add, of public decen
cy, exhibited by persons professing to act as
friends of freedmen, that wo havo doubted
if thoy havo felt it any part of their mission
to respect "impressiouB on tho public,,>?con
siderate, porhaps, of impressions elsewhere,
they may havo boon,?for we presume no
human beings arc so lost to uaturo as not to
havo opinion of some sort for their rulo of
action; but not considerate of opinion hero;
and we aro pleased with the assuraucc that
such opinion, so respected, even to a slight
extent, has been our own."
We accept it for tho reason that it admits
tho obligation to act for tho public good.
This, also, wo had doubted. So perverse
has been tho conduct of these friends of freed
men?so utterly inconsistent with tho real
interests of blacks as well as whiles?that we
have doubted if they havo felt such obligation;
aud even now may doubt if it bo felt hy all.
But ovon hypocrisy, the tribute which vice
pays to virtue, is so fur commendablo as to
acknowledge virtue in the effort to assumo it;
and this article, if not strictly true of all to
whom applied, has'yet tho merit of admitting
the obligation to respect tho public good, and
of accopting that as tho principle by which
action may bo tested. Wo accept it, also, for
reason of the satisfaction we find, even when
charged that we havo slandered them, in tho
assuranco of at le.ist ono respectablo person
that tlioy can bo slandered.
But moro especially do wo accept it for the
reason that it is tho entry of a defence for
thcic friends of freedmen, and raises tho ques
tion of their merits to the judgment of an en
lightened public. That question wo nccept
upon the point at issue, and say that wo were
warranted in our apprehensions of such bale
ful influence upon tho character and conduct
of the negro. Wo wero warranted by the
conduct of these friends of freedmen. Instant
upon tho occupation of the country there
was the persistent effort to disturb existing
order. Freedmen wero enticed from their
homes nnd their employments; processions
wore formed; inflammatory addresses wore
mado; tho men who had come to pray with
them, or upon them, wont with them to tho
throne of Eternal Grace to protest of their
wrongs; and as nothing seemed so near to
their hearts as the injury of masters, even at
the expense of Blavea, it was not unreasonable
to suppose that a polioy to that offect had bo
come established, nnd was to be remorselessly
pursued until its miserable instruments should
become its victims.
We were warranted by the consequences of
their conduct. They found the negro in order,
they brought him to disorder; they found him
industrious, they have made him idle; they
found him in homes, they have mado him
houseless; they found him in comfort, they
havo brought him to want: thoy found him in
poaco with masters upon whom yet he must
of necessity dopend for tho employment ne
cessary to subsistence, and they have brought
him to estrangement so porfect, that nothing
but the hnrd necessities of their condition can
bring them into contact; and in view of such
conduct and such conBequencos, we were not
unwarranted in tho apprehension that still
that malignant spirit might prevail; that tho
seeds of ruin so industriously sown might still
bo cultivated; that the negro might bo kept
to his work of appointed ovil to tho end; and
that is is not still their purpose, as it would
seem to be tho result of their action, to com
plete tho work inaugurated in tho war, and
extinguish the last lingering spark of vitality
nnd bop.o which may yot faintly illumino the
wido-sproxid ruin of tho land.
But it is said that this is not tho purpose of
the. Freedmen'? Bureau, for that all their
utterances aro aguiiitt it. Porhaps not; and
then it follows that there are friends of freed
men who are not of that organization, nnd
that the work may Still go on, nr?d tho pur
pose consummated,'witbtwt that more efficient
agowoy. ' .; . ; '.'.-n? ;..;, '..
. Nor do we say that such result is within
tho ultimate purpose of thems?lvos or others.
They may mo?? >ell.,'^?^avo boon too
often misconceived not to be charitable* and
the officer who writes us hns the reputation of
being highly conscientious; but it is rather
with the tendency, than the intention?tho ef
forts, than the purpose?of nets that wc havo
concern. When blown to tho winds of hoaven
by the projects of some ?impla engineer, it is
of little alleviation to our sulVorings to learn
that that was not his object; and again to be
instructed in the oft repeated lesson that the
heaviest calamities of life may come not from
its crimes.
liut wc have failed to sec that such is not
the tendency of even that organization. Wo
are referred to tho orders of (ho 2d instant.
It had been more to tho credit of that body if
tlmt order bad been published sooner. Wc
aro rofcrrcd to public addresses to tho frood
men. There aro some of tho public speeches
to frecdmen, and from officers of that bureau,
that would not stand tho test of criticism, aud
it had boon bettor for tho unhappy victims of
that oratory to havo boon spared its inspira
tions. We aro told the whole "burden of
orders of late, as well as verbal instructions,
bos been to a renewal of contracts." And
why, then, do they not contract? Under
whose influonco are they, but of thoso friends
of freedmen, either in or out of tho Froodmon's
Bureau? Why is it that planters who never
locked their doors at night, now hesitate to
visit their places? "Why, to those long oxilod
from their places on Edisto?tho account of
whoso visit is published in another column?
was thcro the common responso that thoy
would not work under their former masters?
Is this repugnanco of their own nature? It
was not so before tho intervention of others;
negroes had so much confidence in no others
as those they had alwa3*s known ns mastors.
Is it from tho conduct of their former ownors?
Tlieso had not been pormitttcd to seo them
before. Or if it be intended to assume that
it is the purpose af the L'rccdmen's Bureau, in
good faith, to encourage tho restoration of re
lations between frecdmen and their former
owners, why is it that these orders were not
published sooner? Why have owners not been
permitted soonor to revisit their estates upon
the seaboard? Why, when it was intendod
to givo opportunities to owners to visit Edisto,
was not moro than ono day's notice given?
Despite the apparent fairness of tho Frccd
mcir's Bureau, it is still responsible for much
that has occurred, and is justly linble to the
censure due to the result, if not the purpose,
of a want of concurrence between tho whites
aud blacks in tho labor of our country. They
havo surrendered lands, claimed to bo aban
doned, to just claims, with reluctance; they
have interposed their claim to hold lands,
taken as abandoned, notwithstanding the par
don of tho President; they havo forborne to
recognize tho right to reclamation of lands
upon tho islands and tho adjacent main, until
forced to make it, and they make it with re
luctance, and the interposition of every incon
venient form and rcf-uisition. An officer of
this organization, high in this Stato, has
declared his conviction of the proprioty, and
his wish, that the lands 6houId be divided be
tween the whites and blacks.
Tho purpose, therefore, is declared, in terms
and by necessary implication, that thore shall
bo lands reserved, to somo extent, for the
exclusive occupation of the blacks; that it is
not intended, therefore, that thcro shall be
further noccssary dependenco between the
races for support: aud whether, under the
influence of this course and purpose, or by
more direct teachings, t_o negroes havo como
to the common belief that they are to be cared
for; that thoy are to have some better stato
provided than they can find with whito pro
prietors; nud that thoy should not bo inclined
to enter such relations, or accept of such ser
vice. The suggestion, therefore, is not without
warrant, even with respect to that bureau, that
they may have other objects for the negro; that
it is not, in perfect faith, their purposo to re
store him to tho f?elas of formor owners; that
thore is some other Eulopia of which he is tho
fitting colonist; that he may not, even if ho
would, forego the opportunities of that bright
destiny to the meaner labors necessary to
subsistence; und that ho must live or die,
inexorably, to the realization of that bright
idea by which it has been determined that his
fortunes or his fate shall be illuminated.
-m
We had hoped, by tho first of this month,
to make the promised enlargement of The
Daily News, but owing to our disappoint
ment in rocoiving a supply of necessary mate
rial, we have been unable to do so.
On tho first of January, however, The
News will make its appearance in its new
dross, greatly enlarged and improved. We
regret that, owing to tho pressure of adver
tisements, wo have been unable to givo our
readers, for some timo past, tho quantity of
reading matter thoy were entitled to; we
havo ondoavorod, however, to mako up the
deficiency, to somo extent, by issuing Supple
ments.
We have n0w tho largest circulation, by
far, both in the City and State, of any other
journal, and wo shall continue to mako our
paper more and more worthy o?" the goneroua
support it has received since tho first day of
its publication.
~-~?*~~mmm?^?mim*mmim*?mmmmm~ammammmm*mmmmmSmm
ear dr. h. baer.?office at the drug
STORE of Mr. A. C. PHIN, Meeting* etreet, near Mar
ket Pi* .? ' November--'
MW ESTATE SARAH ANN LINCOLN, DE
CHASED.?All porsons having any demands against tho
feslAtodf B?RAH ANN LINCOLN, late of Chariot'on,
will render the same attested, within timo proscribed by
law ; and thoso indebted will mai o payment to ', ,',
, !>:.'. . uW JOHN FALK?R,'
Deco-oWrS''. " l-tUS?' ' ; " '(Juallfled Adm'or.-'' '
?'o the m.rrHiiiitN, Uiiil?*rwrHciH und Iiixur
niic. Companion of ?lie City ?r Clinvleston.
MESSRS. MORRIS. MOOHE AND W. PETERS,
members <?f Um LIBERTY STEAM KIRK ENUINE
COMPANY, will have the pleasure ?>f walling on tin
above ganttemen for tin? purpose ?f ollcitiug their ?ii?l
in PURCHASING FOR THE CITY th?* new Htcuni Firo
Engine Liberty. llKNRY SWALE,
December 12 l* Se?*'y Liberty S. 1". E. Co.
MS- UNITED STATUS INTERNAL REVENUE.
The Assistant AaMMor for Wards 7 and 8 may bo found
at Oflloo of "Weekly Roeord," No. IS Hayiie-strcct,
thirvl tloor.
Oillco hours from U M. to half-past 4 P. M.
December U_ _tuthaS
?9-CHA11LE8TON SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
All persons Indebted to the CHARLESTON HAVINOS
INSTITUTION, by Bond (secured by mortgage of real
estate), nro hereby notitleil that. In accordance with the
terms of the ioan, they aro required to insure the proper
ty and assign tho policy to this Institution.
Ou tho first proximo I will proceed to tako out Policies
of insurance on all property uninsured, and charge the
parties with the premiums, and Interest on the samo un
til paid. II. 8. GRIGOS,
December 12 4 Treasurer, C. S. I.
?IT DU. D. .1. CAIN, HAVING RETURNED TO
the city, will resumo tho PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
Ofllco No. 08 St. Philip-street, threo doors above St. Pat
rick's Church. _ December 12
aw CONSIGNEES' NOTICE.?THE BRIG EL
LEN P. STEWART, Holland master, is discharging at
Kerr'n Wharf. All goods remaining on tho wharf at sun
set will be storcil at expense ami risk of consignees.
Decombor 12 1 T. S. & T. O. RUDO.
~*3-^CONSIGNEES' N O TI C E.?T H F. MEU
CHANTS' Regular Line Schoonor WIDE WORLD will
disehargo her cargo at Adgor's Wharves. All goods re
maining on tho wharf at sunset, will bo stored at their
risk and expense. WILLIAM ROACH,
Corner EastOJay and Adger's South Wharf.
December 11 _ _2
A ?-ORPHAN HOUSE?AN ELECTION WILL
take place on next Thursday afternoon, 14th lust., for tho
following ollR'crs:
STEWARD AND MATRON.
ASSISTANT MATRONS.
SEWING MISTRESS.
HOSPITAL NURSE.
LAUNDRESS.
ENGINEER.
PORTER AND GARDENER.
School.?PItlNCIPALEAND ASSISTANT TEACHERS.
Applications to be left at the House with the Steward.
December 12
iYh- ORDERS RECEIVED FOB CANCELLING
STAMPS?HudMn'a Patent?by
THURBEIi, SOl'I.K fc CO.,
No. 4 State-street (Up Stairs),
December 5 15 Charleston, S. C.
OW NOTICE TO LOTIIOLDEUS.?IN CONSE
QUENCE of the depredations being committed on the
Grounds, no one will bo allowed to atteml to any lot ex
cept those employed by the Company.
J. J. STRO?B,
December 1 Secretary.
BW OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES DI
RECT Tax Commissioners, No. 20 Broad-street (rear of
Law Rang?*). Taxes received between the hours of 10
o'clock, A. M., and 3 o'clock, P. M. November 14
JC-TSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLES
TON DISTRICT.?Ey GEORGE BUIST, Ksipiirc, Ordi
nary.?Whereas, ANDREW JOSEPH DORAN, of Charles
ton, mechanic, made suit to inc to grant him Letters of
Administration of the Estate and Effects of ANN MA
TILDA DORAN, late of Charleston, splnnlor: These arc
therefore to cite and admonish nil und singular tho kin
dred and creditors of the Raid Ann Matilda Doran,
deceased, that tiny be and nppcar beforo me, in the
Court of Ordinary, to be held at Charleston, at No. 3
Rutledgc-street, on 12th day of Decombor, 18C5, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in tho forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why tho said Administration
should not bo granted.
Given under my hand this twenty-seventh day of No
vember, Anno Domini 18C5. GEOROE 1JUIST,
November 28 tu2 Judge of rr?>bntes.
A3-OFFICE DEPOT COMMISSARY, NO. 10
BROAD-STREET?CHARLESTON, S, O., NOVEMBER
24th, 18155.?SEALED PROPOSALS, iu duplicate, for the
delivery of FRESH BEEF ON THE BLOCK, for issue
to troops at this Post, commencing January 1st., 1800,
subject to tho approval of the Commissary-General, will
bo received by tho undersigned, at his Office, up to
12 If. December 15th, 18115.
The name of good und eufilcicnt sureties for the faith
ful performance of tho contract wiU be required in each
bid.
All further information in relation to terms of con
tract, kc, can bo obtained on application to tho under
signed. x ' H. E. LORD,
November 24 21 Captain and C. 8. Vols.
PRIVATE BOARD CAIV BE OBTAINED
at No. 45 Society-street, between King and Meet
ing streets. DAY BOARDERS accommodated also.
Terms reasonable. :i* - December 11
PRIVATE BOARDING CAN BE OBTAIN
ED at No. 0 George-street, three doors west of An
son-street. 'Day boarders can also be accommodated.'
TormsrcasOnable. ths* Do oaiber 7
PRIVATE BOARDING_A FEW GEN
TLEMEN can bo accommodated at tho CORNER
OF KING AND TRA-DD-8TREETS* also, a pleasant
ROOM, auitablo for man and wife. DAY BOARDERS
taken. Octobor 26
LOST, ON THE EVENING OF THE OTII,
a Ladies' BROOCH, botweeu Society an 1 Calhoun
streets in Meeting-street. Tho finder will be suitably
rewarded by leaving it at Merchants Hotel.
December 12 ?J 2*
_,_?_
QHCr REWARD.?A HANDCART STOLEN
vS)tJ from Fish Market, on tho evening of 8th Decem
ber. Tho obovo ioward will bo paid if returned.
December 12 3 ANDREW NOLEN.
mj-| f-\ REWARD-LOST OR STOLEN, A
im JL \_f COACH DOG ; has a slit in each car ; answers to
the name of "Jeff." Tho above reward will bo paid, and
no questions asked, if returned to his owner. Apply at
No. 133 Meeting-street. December II
STOLEN, FROM MAGNOLIA CEMETERV,
from tho Orphan Houso lot, and others, some very
uno Jap?nicas and Rose trees. December 2
, A MONTH* AGENTS WANTED FOR
six entirely new articles just out. Address O. T,
fAREY, City Building, Blddeford, Maino.
September 15 mos
?_itf>P. A.Day: agents wanted to
\K)jCjD sell a now and wonderful SEWING MACHINE,
the only cheap one licensed. Address SHAW k CLARK,
Blddeford, Main. 3mos September 16
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.?PRIZES
paid In gold; Information furnished. Highest
rates paid for doubloons and all kinds of gold and silver.
TAYLOR A CO., Bankors,
September 28 , 3mos No. 10 Wall-st., Now York.
NOTICE TO MECHAR* ICS.-C II All?, ES
TON ORPHAN HOUSE.?The .Commissioners o?
the above Institution ?ro d?sirons of binding ont to Va
rious trados SIXTEEN BOYS of suitable age and ol good
character. * ' ,
Application to be mado to tho Stoward at tho Honso,
Who will furnish all requisito lnfoi mat ion.
December 0 6
RO-H.S?ILS \V_L_/RE RECEIVED ?Ol?
. tl.iTH-hi'cf tho V. 8: screw tug- ARETHUSA and
LABURNUM, until the 31st day of December, 1865.
Tho ARETHU?A was built in 1804, and cost $55,000;
leng?ino feet, bearA 25 feet,' depth of hold 9 feet 6,
draft loaded 8-8 aft, 6-6 forward, engipo by Neaflo k
Levy, Philadelphia, upright and direct acting; diame
ter of cylinder 34 inches, length of stroko 30 Inches. A
\-BURNU.\}'i_ ac'-rly-B -i-fei^-?/bniit'l__Vy'?iArI
and cost $50,000. ..,.,.
' i Offers to purchase must be ^accompanied' by ro for onco
ah to tho responsibility of tho parties.
TcririVcasbi At?dres- Commander of Atlantic Squad
ron, Port'Hoyal, 8. C. thtu8?6 November 28'
nui i il CAROLINA society.
V REGULAR MKKTIN.i ol-' TI1K HOC1KTY WILL BE
held ut Ihr Hall. THIS AFTERNOON, Util Inst.,
it -1 o'clock. Piiintiial utb-iidaii'-?- is particularly rc
liifsti-d. ?itt the .Society will j:<> inl> an clrctloll t<> 1)11 th?>
vacant ulll.e?. FRANCIS LANCE,
December 12 wfintul Clerk pr?> bin.
CAROLINA CHAPTER. NO. I, UO V Ala
AIH1I MASONS,
ri-mr. ANNIVERSARY CONY.'.'ATIOS (?l* CAROLINA
X Clinpt? r, Nu. 1. It. A. M., will bo buhlen ul ilio
Masonic Hall, This (TueMtay) E? nii'lt, at 7 o'clock. Mem
bers will please bu punctual, an tin- ollk'ers lor tin: next
Masonic year will be elected.
N. II ?RoyalArch Masons in good standing, aro fra
ternally invited. Uy unlor ul thu M. H. II. 1'.
\V. A. WILSON.
December 18 l<- gecretnry?
PALMETTO FIRE EN-KINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EX IRA MEETING OK YOUR COM
PANY 7"A*"i Evening, at jro-nr Hall, Ain-on-Htiect, at
7 o'clock. Punctual niti-miimci' i? rciincRted. lty order
of the President. PATRICK WAI.SI1, S. P. If. lu. CO.
December 12_ _ 1
LIBERTY steam pi-rbi encune com
pany.
rpuere will he a meeting of your com
X PANY on Wednesday Noening, December 13, at 7
o'clock, at No. 25 Broad-street? All members aro re
<iii<-stcil to attend, as business of Importance will bo sub
mitted. 1IENKY SWALE,
8ce. and Trca. Liberty H. F. E. Co.
December 12 2*
?? ?ajaajjaoj? ? ? ?i^uostsm ??
A YOUNG LADY, WHO HAS HAD SEVE
BAIj years' experience In teaching, ?leslrcs cm?
ployincnt in a ?School or Family in tbo city or country.
Address, immediately, L. .1. M., Key Dox 61, Cliarlcston
Postolllco. 5* December 12
WANTED, A SUITE Ol ROOMS.-A RE
SPECTARLE private family, centrally located,,
may find a good tenant, by addressing "Native," Key
Box, 00. A December 12
HITE NURSE WANTED.-APPL\' AT
No. IS America-street, llampstcad.
December 12 1*
WANTED TO PURCHASE, A IVEAT AND
COMPORTARLE RESIDENCE, centrally located.
For further particulars, apply to IVM. M. P?L0T, Auc
tioneer, No. in iiioaii-Htrcet. :i December 12
ClOOIC AND WASHER "WANTED.?A
; WHITE PERSON to do as above, for o small fami
ly. Liberal ?rages paid. References required. Apply
Bt No. * Wcntworth-strvct. :l December 12
CtOOK,, WASHER AND IRONBR YVANT
/ ED.?Liberal Wagon will be pah] to 0 Rood Cook,
Washer and Ironer, for a .small family. Apply at No. 20
PITT HT1 ET. December 11
ANTED, WHITE LABORERS AND
TEAM.V1ERS. Apply al .No. :17 Hayim-strcct
December n :j*
ANTED, A CAKB U.VRElt.?APPLY AT
No. 271? King-Street Dc.emlipr S
W
w
w
WANTED. TWO OVERSEERS_L1HKUAT,
wages will be paid to Michas c-ui jivi: good refer
ences as to character and rnparlly ?s planters. Apply to
W. If. WANNAMAKER, St. Matthew's, S. C.
December 1 10
WANTED TO RENT, A NODRIUTB
SIZED RESIDENCE in a respectable portion o?
the city?baring all niodi-ru improvement*. Addresa
C. K., News ?nice. November 20
WANTED?AOENTS TO SELL WELLS'
DatentSeif-f?'?ling Circular Han?! Havre. A great
labor savi ig machine. A raw opportunity for activo
inen to make a I'm nine. Extra premium inducements?
large woles)certain. For terms, endono stamp to T. J.
WELLS, No. HI DciUiuaii-strcit, New York.
December 7 0
A GENTLEMAN OP ?SOME EXPERIENCE
as a Teacher will give private Iohkous In LATIN,
FRENCH. SPANISH ami MATHEMATICS. For terms,
kc, apply at tho Rook-store ol Mr. John Russell, No.
283 King-street October 17
TO RENT, TWO SMALL HOUSES, TWO
rooms each, and lot, corner Cooper nud Drake
streets, Hanipstoad. AIho. a largo shell on same lot,
which may bo converted into dwelling. Apply to
R. l). P1NOKNEY,
December 12 3 No. 7 Yanderborst'H Wharf.
TO RENT?THAT COMMODIOUS RESI
DENCE, No. 11 COMISO ?STREET, ietweett
Wentworth and IJeaiifain streets?13 Rooms, largo
Kitchen ami ?Stable.-aml tine Lot, suitable; as a Privato
Hoarding House. Apply to A. J. SALINAS, Nos. 39 and
2.'i Vendue Range. tntli2_ December 12 -i
TO RENT, THE SECOND AND THIRD
FLOORS of tho 8tor?! ol UfiVrhardt Ac Campsen, -
at tbo northeast corner of King ami Market streets.
Would suit admirably for a Dentist, Physician, Artist,
or as a residence for a large family. Applv at the Dry
Goods Store of UFFERH.lRDT ?fe CAMl'S?N.
December 12^ _ tutli2
rriO RENT?A FINE LARGE STORE ltOOMr
X 40 by 100 feet, second story, with fine, wido en
trance on Meeting-street (southwest corner of Meeting;
and Market-streets* : situation for a lar'tn salesroom.
Apply to ?JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
corner of Meeting and Market-streets.
December 12 2
BRICK. YARD AND PLANTING LAND TO
RENT.?TO BENT, a valuable TRACT OP LAND,
t?'ii (10) miles by water from this city. A portion of tho
tract Is cleared, and the remainder is heavily timbered.
On the tract is a Brick Van!, with house* to aeeommo
lato sixty (60) bauds, Dwelling Houses, Darns, ami all
necessary outbuildings. Apply to
COHEN, IIANCKEL ft CO..
Corner Atlantic Wharf ami East Day.
December 12 3
TO RENT, X FRONT ROOM, SUITAELE
for on olllce. Apply at No. 70 Tradd-street, be
tween Meeting and King. 2* December 11
mO RENT.?STORE ON WEST SIDE EAST
X DAY, between liroad and Queen streets. Inquiro
o? W. P. CURTIS, nort*? Hide Cannon-street, ?
December 9 3* Recoud door from King.
TO RENT?THAT COMMODIOUS THREE
STORY DWELLING HOUSE, No. 14 Legare street.
Apply to JAMES R. RUIN?LE, Vandorhorst Wharf.
November 22 _
? RENT, THE DESLHAHLE DWELLING? T
' HOUSE No. 00 Coming-street, opposite Duncan
streot, having seven square rooms, attic rooms, pantry,.
kc, with requisite outbuildings, in go id repair. Apply*
on the promises, or No. 7 Oeorge-street.
December C wfm*
TO RENT. SEVERAL? FIRST CLASS SEA
ISLAND PLANTATIONS on John's Island, wbero
the finest cottons, have been produced abundantly.
The-io Plantations oiler unprecedented advantages, as
strangers to the climate, can remain ou them the entire
year.- Apply to ROPER k 8TONEY,
December 0_Vandorhorst Wharf.
TO RENT, THAT PLEASANT AND CON
VENIENT DWELLINO on East Bay, No. 224, con
taining six upright rooms, two tine attics, dressing room,
pantry and storeroom; three story piazza enclosed by
bl in ils; double kitchen, stable i, carriage bouse, front,
and bock garden; gas end grates throughout the house. -
AU in thorough repair. To un approved tenant tho rent- ?.
will be moderate. Apply to B. McCALL,
Real Estate and Land Agent, ' .7'
December 0 smtu3 No. 61 Broad-street.
EESIDENCES AND STORES TO RENT.?
The. three-story Residence, northwest corner
Tradd and Orange streets.
Shed No. 6 Piuckney-strect. Sultablo for Work-shop
or Store-house.
FOR SALE.
That pleasantly-situated HOUSE, with extensivo lot,,
at northwest corner Lynch and Bull streets.
Apply to THEODORE 8TONEY,
November 17 _Vanderhorat'e Wharf.
FOR S A li E?SEVEN PLANTATION
MULES. Apply at MRU House Stable, ChalmerE
street_8*_December 12
FOR SALE, THE"!PLEASANTLY LOCA
TED House and Lot, No. 20 Riitledge-avcnue, caet
sido, ono door above Radeliffe, contain i up four squsro
rooms, dressing room, pantry ; and two unfinished aitlcs,
stable, carriage house, and servants' apartments, oil lu
complete order. Lot 4ff feet front. 151 Ji deep. Foj a
small family, ope' Of the most delightful residences in
the city. Apply to R. o. PlNCKNEY.
December 12 3 No. 7 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
FOR SALE?A GENTLEMAN'S SADDLE
MARE.?A flno SORREL MARE, fourteen hands
high, and In Splendid condition. Price moderate. Ap- . ?
ply at . CHARLESTON HOTEL STABLES, (,
November 28 Plnckney-slreet.
FOR SALE.?ELEVEN HUNDRED ACRE* r
SPLENDIDTIAIBERED LANDS, Including both L
cypress and pine, lying in Beaufort District, S. O., on
the Saltketcbie road, fifteen miles above Patterson's ..
?Bridge, on the Savannah and Charleston Railroad, also >
Within three miles of the intended Port Royal Road. ?,*
Rafts con be carried down the said stream at any timo
with facility.
also, ?
TlIREEHUNDBED AND FORTY AOREB in Barn well
District, one and a quarter m lids'fro m the Cohrt Ilouee,
lying oh tho ChoflcBtoh road. ; 3Fot "parUdulara lnaulro "3
of ' -' ' " ' ' *- -K A. HAOOOD, *
,<r Barn well Coot* House, S. 0.
December 9 -.:.. .' stuthlmo
OLD NEWSPAPERS, LAROE AND SMALL '
Sheets, Northern and Southern, at 80 and 60 cent?. * ?
per hundred, at this Office,.October 10 ,?)j?

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