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Tlie Daily ISTews.
TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, I860.
THE KINGDOM AM A COMIN'!
?THE NIGHT SIDE OF NATURE."
JUBILEE JUBILORUM ?
"To this complexion hate ve come at last."
The first of January, eighteen hundred and sixty-six,
.will ever be remembered by the citizens of Charleston,
as the day on which the Goddess of Liberty arrayed her?
self m sable garments, and, disguised in Ethiopian min?
strel fashion-like a buxom lady of color-promenaded
Oar streets, impudently daunting ber skirts in our faces,
and, with the hand which erst on Mount Aventino held
the manumitting rod pointed backward at the thousands
. of black spirits who followed, grinning, in her trail.
The "day we celebrate"-wc do not mean Fourth of
July, but New Tear's day-was not celebrated by us at
all. Poor white trash had no show or say in thc matter,
and the "unbleached citizens" had tho thing all their
own way. It was a day of jubilee-a JCIIILEE .ICUILO
BTJ3?-a one-sided game of chequers, in which thc black :
Tficn were nil kings, and the white all privates, except a |
few, who,?having gotten into tho enemy's "back line," j
deserted their colors, and were crowned as black lings, j
A DARK CLOUD.
- As there was to bc no ?.-sue nf Tn E DAILI NEWS on !h<:
morrow-as we hail, therefore, nothing in particular to .
do-as we oro a lcrvent devotee at the shrine of Mor
phctlS-WO courted the drowsy god till long after the ?
morning cock had forgotten his matutinal crow, then
arose, donned our Sunday-go-to-meetlng snit-partook
Of a comfortable breakfast, and leisurely sauntering down
Meeting-street, stopped at tho Mills House to chat with
a friend and enjoy a fragrant cigar, and leaning lazily
against the wall, interchanged New Year's greetings
with the passers-by, meantime watching the clouds of
gracefully curling smoko as they aroso in fantastic
wreaths. But lo ! on casting a glance down thc street,
we descried in the distance what seemed to be a mam?
moth cloud approaching slowly, and heralded, not by
flashes of forked and ficry-tongued lightning, nor by tho
rumbling of the distant thunder, but by strains of mar?
tial music. Nearer and nearer comes the cloud; and
now, as thc sun peeps down from his lofty height (per?
haps to see the show) nnd making darkness visible, we
begin to see that our cloud is not a cloud at ad, but
A G HAND PROCESSION OF THE UNBLEACHED.
Yes, hero they come, with steady tromp and martial
tread. Make way there : get out cf thc wny and let them
pass. "Now let the kettlo to thc trumpet spoult-tho
trumpet to the ennnonier without-tho cannon to the
heavens-tho heavens to the earth;" for-here comes the
Tell me, O generous Muse who doth inspiro tho
humble hard, that he may recount in most becoming
phrase the deeds of heroes, and point with ready pen
the picture of them gallant, marching on to glory. Tell
mo who first, who last, came in the glorious cortege that
followed the fair, undaunted maid who, afar from her
temple on th' Aventine Mount, comes thus disguised
into the land o' the old Palmetto.
TUE BLACK CAVALIERS.
where come those gallant fiery steeds, proudly
prancing as the strains of martial music fall upon the
ear. Look, where sit those lordly knights, who=e coal-1
black masks fit so closely on their god-like brows. See I
there, upon that milk-white steed, a picture, RLACK ox :
WHITE, of a chivalrous knight ; and behold that vener?
able sire, looking as though the wintry snow had fallen
on hie ebony-colored cheek, and left two streaks still
lingering there which looked like whiskers. There, our
Muse has left us, and, dropping from Homeric clouds, we
subside into commonplace, for whiskers will not do for
AWAY WITH THE MUSE
and let ns proceed in plain prose to recount what wo saw.
First, "music by tho band:" then tho black knights; the
old black gentleman with the white whiskers, and the
young black man on an old white horse. Next, the flag,
with some evergreen on the top and some ever black in
front and behind.
SEW BADGES AND BACK-SCRATCHERS.
Then comes a long row of darkey civilians, wearing
each a badge-but not the old copper badge, which, in
the good old times, or perhaps they may prefer the ex?
pression bad old times-old master was wont to purchase
for their especial behoof, at a price ranging from two
dollars and a hah to seven ; but a badge of honor, a small
piece of ribbon, which cost little or nothing, and for
which they themselves had paid hadsomely. Adorned
with these badges, behold them marching gaily. But
they stood "not on the order of their going"-being iu
discriminaU'ly mixed Dp, without regard to size; tall !
niggers with low hats walked with short niggers with tall !
hats-?ome sported umbrellas, some wanting canes, and j
one darkey carried a curiously shaped instrument, that j
we could not for the life of us make out to what use it j
could be applied, when a friend at hand, more learned '
than ourselves, suggested that it might be a back- I
COLORED SOCIETY AND COLORED SOCIETIES.
We bad n > idea that there were so many colored socie- |
tioB among the colored society in Charleston. But live ?
and learn. Herc they come in tho grand procession :
MECHANIC-.' Associ mox.
In (Iud we Trust.
ST. JOHN'S EVANGELICAL.
"Moral Friendship Virtue Purity Club."
Union Wide Awake.
MUSIC B? TUI; HAND.
POKTRAIT Ol LINCOLN.
Fire Company No. 7.
United l ire Company.
And this the tail ol' the great black comet. Up the '
market to the Race Course for the barbecue; and np wo
went in a buggy.
ON I HE 1 HACK.
And what do wo id,.-i v . a. the Race Cony.?? Four
thousand black men and women, two thousand live mu
lattocs, one dead <<x mu\ ?-ev tal dead .-heep and hugs.
The old Jockey flub Hons,-, where in days of yore thc
benuty-ami Cshio'i ot Carolina were wont to congregate,
n>w filled with negro men and negro women :
BLACK AND WHITE SPEECHES.
In thc v cinify <.:' the Judges' Marni a plat!'..rm wa?
erected, ou which ?ere seated several white men, neve.
ral mulatt ' men, several block men, two or three white,
ladies, a half-dozen mulatto ladies, and i-i^ht or leu i
There were a great many pretty fair ?pooches made b>
negro men ir m that platform. 1> t wo were most nor- !
ribly nauseated l y the . pei edies id'their white t>rcthrou.
These iucu too!; ex? ii iii : pk asure in addressing un au-1
dience composed ufa'* ii .K 'iiousand negroes, and not j
moro than s x whit - i., u ?ue -e on the stage excepted). !
Que would-be orator mo.'.! a speech, iu which he first j
bragged shout Itiug.i V - . ? iter. then tried to stir np !
Uwnegroes bjMnsl.li.its v-mnrks.calculated to make;
their thou, hts i,v. rt i . . .. ,". their slavery, and;
capped the climax bj r- lau?? ?:t anecdote of a Wimont
Judge, who. y<ar-< . , t" gjye up a fugitive
slavu (no natter a: ?o' ,.?.istitntioii) unless thc owner
could "show a bill ai ?uh from God Almighty."
A ::t.i .::;.<... i - .\ np caitOUSA.
It WM announced tn the andk-Dce-many of whom
were eating b? es ul cr. ad -that . gentleman was about
to be introduced vim lt.nl S een the first Carolinian wi .>
was wiiliug to listen to tho "ro/c>! of reason." The
gentleman came lurward. recited some lines of puetrv
waved the flag, and being, no doubr, nshimed of him?
self, .sensibly waived maxing a speech, and went back to
thc rear of the platform to resume his scat among the
Thc barbecue was a very i:oml thing for the people who
could get near enough to get a bite. Bat six thousand
hungry darkies arc a pretty large family to fccd.and many
a man broke tho tenth commandment in coveting a piece
of ox his neighbor was munching.
Wo heard one good old numma (we like thc old name
by which, when wc were a lad, wc used to call our old
black nurse) remark: "Well, I nobber been to a barber- j
cue before, but I don't sec no fun in bein hongry an
gittin nuflln but a smell ob de meat cookin."
Ker companion replied, "He needer, an' I ain't had
nuttin' to eat 6cncc mornin'."
But if some got nothing to eat, thoso that did manage
to squeeze through the crowd, eat enough to last them
for a fortnight.
But soon, when the meat had begun to digest, and the
speeches had begun not to digest-that ls to say, to grow
a little tiresome-tho white leaders saw that it waa time
to hold up for a while and let the darkies go home. So
the grand procession re-formed, and taking np the lino of
march for where tho old gate on the Hace Course used
to be, was soon under full head of steam.
OFF TUE TRACE.
And now they arc off tho track and on tho muddy road;
and so arc wc; but weare hungry too, so, whipping up
our horse, away wc go. or rather come down th' road,
passing vehicles i-f every description, overcrowded with
passengciwof every color (but white ), and tue poor old
horses looking ari though they would like to make a few
expostulate remariai, if, like BALAASI'S ase, they could
LAST SCENE OK ALL.
Thc last scene of all was-our readers will CXCUM thc
expression, which we will explain forthwith-a devil of a
?CCUC. Wo mean that this baud of black and white
brothers came into thc quiet streets of our city "making
night hideous"-the white brothers snooting off Roman
cai.dles (tu an CIM* -trian ftyle), and their Mae!; brethren
yelling like thousands of hah'-roasted douions escaped
from the infernal regions, whom tito <-i?lu of dre mad?
dened. We wore laking a late dinm r as tiny passed our
house, and ww wished (Ina Pickwickian -elise) that the
noisy darkies would no to-where we flgurstively re?
marked thal they might have come from.
EUROPEAN NEWS BY THE CITY OP
WASHINGTON ANO JIARATHON.
Sir Henry Stork, Slr Edmund Head and Mr. Charles
Livingstcni are understood to be the commission of in?
quiry for Jamaica.
A Fenian na.ned Hallesan, has been convicted and
sentenced to seven year*' penal servitude.
A letter received at Liverpool, confirms the statement
that Stephens is safe in Paris.
Tho London Observer says. Napoleon is apprehensive
that Maximilian will follow his Empress to Europe, and
has prevailed upon the Mexican Minister at Paris to
proceed to Mexico and endeavor to persuade Max from i
abdicating. He would sail on the lath. The observer I
thinks he will not be in time, aud that Max will be in
Europe before New Years.
The Gazette des Tribunaux says the French Govern?
ment has directed the attention of England to the ex?
tradition treaty of 1SU3, since the stipulations of this
treaty, though duly carried out by France, arc not simi?
larly "fulfilled by England.
.Vu Austrian imperial decree extends amnesty to all
convicted for complicity in the Polish insurrection.
A note drawn up by the English Government, pro?
posing negotiation or mediatiou between Spain and
Chille, has been sent to Paris. The Emperor made
several modifications, and the noto was returned to Lon?
don, with what effect is unknown.
The Spanish Government ls contemplating to placo
under thc protection of Spain the negro kingdoms on
the African coast, opposite Femando, and proclaim '
religious liberty on that island and the kingdoms in
The war at the Capo of Good Hope has degenerated 1
into a mere raiding for cattle. 1
It was expected that the Bank of England would raiso 1
the rate of discount to seven per cent. 1
At the sitting of tho court for the trial of thc Fcuians, '
on tho 12th, the entire day was occuppied by O'Donovan,
in his address to the jury in his own defence. lie com?
menced at the opening of thc court, aud did not desist
until after six o'clock in the evening. There was nothing
remarkable in his address, a large portion of it being the
reading of editorial articles from tho Irish People news
paper. Ile insisted that ho had done nothing criminal;
asserted that his case had outraged all law, and gave it
as his opinion that. Ireland would never be free without .
fighting. His bearing was insolent, and when ho re?
marked upon thc court his language WAS offensive and
lt is minored tba; th i Governor of Richmond Bride?
well hus absconded.
! A Berliu telegram suy3 tho English and French Am
?nssiilors.'wltn their wires ano tho jiersonnrl of the
embassies, left the Court/.fe inline i lately af er tho
marriage ot the Princes? Alesandrine, daughter of Prince
Alberechl, and niece of the Ku g, with Frederick Wil?
liam, Duke of MeckUuburg-Schweriu, because no placo
had been provided for them at thc table of thu King, <
notwithstanding that, previous to the banquet, they had '
complained of that arruufjcineiu. The Royal Chamber?
lain justi.led his coaiuct by precedents.
THE JAMAICA RfSUUtECTIOX.
"Die draft commission for the appointment of Sir Henry
Stork to Jamaica, is published iu the London Gazette. It
recites that great disaffection is alleged to have prevailed
iu Jamaica, that grievous disturbances had broken out,
and that excessive and uulawful severity had Ixion used
in their suppression, and whereas it heilig iu-gcut that an
impartial inquiry should bc made into the origin, nature,
and circuniHtauccH of the said disturbances, and the
measures adopted for their suppression, the powers now
vested in Governor Eyre are revoked on the ground that
it may be advisable that he should be present during the
Inquiry, but for the sufficiency of the said inquiry, the
powers of Governor should be vested :u some other -
person, and Sir H. Stork is accordingly temporarilv ap?
pointed Governor of Jamaica.
The Times says: "Sir H. Stork, who sails for Jamaica ,
on Mouday next, will, immediately upon his arrival, as- '
sume the whole government of Jamaica, and Mr. Eyre
will be in the position of a Governor on leave. He will
be superseded, but not displaced, by Sir H. Stork, who,
in fact, does not cease to be Governor of Multa, and
whose administration of Jamaica will be essentially pro?
visional. Again and again. Sir H. Stork has been called
on tn solve some difficulty which was not of his own
creation. A great part of his life has been spent in
special services. To Governor Eyre himself, such an
appointment is the least unfair or humiliating that could
have been made, whilu it ought to be satisfactory even
tn his accusers."
Public meetings continued to be held in various
places upon the Jamaica question, but the action of the
Government rendered them of little importance.
The Credit Mobilier of Paris 1ms contracted for the
new Turkish luau of six million pounds sterling. It is
to be issued in bonds of ?'JU each, at a price equivalent
to about SUI, repayable at par in twenty-one years. I
CANTOS, November 15.-The gunboats have success- I
fully attacked the pirates in the neighborhood of Amoy.
Advices from Japan state that the foreign ministers
had gone on an expedition to open Usseo Ljvqnn Ossaco,
which port, according to treaty, is to bo opened in ISM
to foreigu trade.
The exchangequestion is causing commercial difficul?
ties at Japan.
The other murderers of Major Baldwin and Lieut. ?
Bird ?lave been arrested at Jcdiio. They confessed their
Crime and were executed.
SHANOUAI, Oct. 'Jil -Burgwcin's death is likely to give I
trouble. The Chinese government reports now state I
that he was drowned while in imus.
The American consul declarea that thc treaty with the
United States has been violated. Piracy is increasing to
au alarming extent..
SHANGHAI Nov. 9.-Tea is dim. Exchange. Cs. *j 1. ;
CANTON. Nov. IS.-Cotton goods are higher. Tea* is:
ad valli lng. Exchange ls. iv.il.
UtiMiiAY, Nov. 2i?.-Cotton !.. higher. Freights32*. !
Exchange 2s. I' d. ?
BOMBAY, November St*.-Cotton higher. Shipments '
during the post fortnight 43.0UU bali a, Piece goods un- ;
changed. Freights to Liverpool 3J*. Gd. Exchange 2s. i
H STU ILIA.
MKUKICBSR, UelolierS??-Iii-steamer ilrr-.it J irita in ;
Failed for Liverpool on (?ie &id, willi C?UO.UOU sterling ii,
gold. Tim tariff qne ii iii w causing considerable ex-1
The parliament of New South Wales was opened on I
th? 241 II oi October. Thc Governor, m Ids speech, said ;
th?! rev.ioie w u!d cover tile expenditure. Ile proposed ;
tu sell thc back lauds of the col.my lo proiuuiu emigra?
Thc Now '/.<? laud uews cont titles warlike. Thc na- \
lives Lushed st th i Governor s i euee pioclainatiuu, and
ut uni r?al thu . rst ni ->e::"-. r nearing copies of it.
THE Memphis .tpprMi of liectmiticr SKh ult, has the!
lol. iwiiia a count of ibo meei bigs of (te?erais KHEUMAS ,
and JouscTii.. hi that city: |
Gen? rai Jiwepk K Johnston, tito Moved commander !
? of the late Cn lcdi:nM> Army ol' Tennessee, arrived in j
Inn city y.sterOay morning, stopping at tim Gayoso. I
Iiis visit was one purely ul busbies*-, liniiii-d to a low
i bu-y hour-leaving, as he did, mi lit? ti v. - o'clock packet,
! Ile, was rapturous,> welcoiutd bj the few M bis old com- ,
' i.aies who li I.eu of hi-' bi illg lu town, .md ?ruo bsd the I
: ::.'od fortune to exchange hurriud gni ?in;* with him. I
Ii is son ct him; of a e..m,hi. nee i nat lu- ami Gen, rai,
i s ICI luau should have mei hi re-m.; one in tim discharge i
, ol his ordinary military linties, ami Hie oilier in lbs j
i pursuits ol' private Un-iiies-. Their meeting wan char? I
i acterizi-d by tin- kindliness which over inspires the true i
j s'Idu r when hnstiiitie* have ccu-ed. Th ir previous j
I mooting in North Carolina was preguant with monv-n-j
I lois is.ilts. Thou they tuet ss enemies. Sow they are I
! friends aud folio rcouuiryiu n. clierisldnsi (breach other ?
i lo-qi-et ami kindness. Cannot I.ie country emulate the I
I example of these two great? st of living commanders ? i
SMUT PUS MD JACKETS,
At Wholesale. ^
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No. 124 Meeting street.
DIRECT IMPORTATION. .
JUST RECEIVED, AS INVOICE OF
CONSIST].VG OF 100 VAMETLES
TABLE KNIVES AND FORES,
The attention of dealers is solicited to this superior
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JOHN F, TAYLOR & CO,, ,
SUCCESSORS TO CAMERON k CO., |(
PHONIX IRON WORKS,
TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING THEIR FIEND3T
and the public that thoy havo resumed business at
thc old staud on Prltcbard-strect, and aro prepared to
enter into contracts for MACHINERY of every descrip
?ou, either home manufacture, or from tho North or
from Europe; and hope, by strict attention to business, to
merit tho patronage heretofore liberally extended to tho
old Hr m.
Mr. HENRY A. BURN will bo happy to attend to tho
wants of our friends in the Boiler Department.
Repairs promptly attended to.
Charleston, January 1, lSfifi. Imo January 1
PAPER AND STATIONERY
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTORY,
SOUTHWEST CORNER MEETING AND MARKET-STS.
AGENT AND DEALER IN
CHECKS AND BLANK BOOKS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK.
aim Duuiv 1?
EXECUTE!' IN THE BEST STYLE.
HERRING & CO.'S
FIRE. DAMP AND BURGLAR PROOF
HERRING & CO. HAVING Jl \D OVER TWENTY
FIVE years' cxperii ncc in thc b silicas, and their
SA :'KS having stood most successfully tho severest
tests, both uf Fire and Ilnrg'ars, ami being used by a
law prujiortioii of Hanks and others through tlie whole
country, they atv offered for tale with thc utmost coull.
The inner lining of tho BURGLAR PROOF SAFES is
conn?wed '"' HEUKING FLOYD'S PATENT CltYS.
TALiZED IRON, which has withstood succcssfnlly all
attempts of the best mechanics to DRILL through i.
The following is one fruin many uf thc largest Foundries
in thc country, including the Novelty Iron Works ;
MONTGOMERY Ino:; Wor.Ks, )
Ni AV VIIBK, April lt?, 1H<>2. J
Me-srs. IlERMNU k Co., 'J.*.l Uroadwny :
GKNTI.KMKN-1 have glvun IlKKItING k FLOYD'S
PATENT CUVSTAI.IZKH IRON a thorough test, mid
find it a perfect prolectiou against DRILLING. I put it
in the hands uf one ol'our best mechauics, and find it
will resist any Drill we can make, afler a long trial, and
using up all the Drills wu cnn make. WK ARE OBLIGED
TO ACKNOWLEDGE O Ult INABILITY To PENETRATE
IT. I consider it impossible (br a Burglar to put a hide
through it by any Drills he can use. when placed as you
use it m your DUKOLAJt ntOOF SAI-KS.
Very respectfully, AUERS CO?YELL.
January 1 2 Superintendent.
Charleston, T3eo. 30.1S6.3.
trcllcr ter I
ten 2tcii Januar um ?1 U?<r '?'?er'jcn?
c?'utc, fr?her 2?a?r t'en Gtwlcfteii er?ffnen.
Jau-1- SB. 0*. aSrtcfc. <?af?rcr.
NO. 147 MEETING-ST.,
THE SOUTHERN' EXPRESS COMPANY IS NOW
prepared to forward, by INLAND ROUTES, ON
PASSENGER AND MAIL TRAINS
. GOLD AND SILVER COIN,
PARCELS & FREICTPIT,
NEW YORK DANVILLE
RALEIGH .MOREHEAD CITY
. . WELBON MORGANTON
" ST. LOUIS MACON
j JACKSON MEMPHIS
* AND ALL STATIONS ON THE
VIRGINEA AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD
CENTRAL RAILROAD *
FCCHMOND AND DAN VTLLEJBAILROAD
SOUTH SIDE RAILROAD
NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL RAILROAD
RALEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD
WILMINGTON AND WELDON RAILROAD
ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
WILMINGTON, CHARLOTTE AND RUTHER?
WILMINGTON AND MANCHESTER RAILROAD
CHERAW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH RAILROAD
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD
NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD
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WESTERN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD
MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
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SAVANNAH, ALBANY AND GULF RAILROAD
MACON AND WESTERN RAILROAD
ATLANTA AND WEST POINT IUTLROAD
WEST POINT AND MONTGOMERY RAILROAD
.MISSISSIPPI AND CENTRAL EAILROAD
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ERN RAILROAD j
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD
ALABAMA AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
FLORIDA CENTRAL RAILROAD
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PENSACOLA AND GEORGIA RAILROAD.
All Goods shipped by ADAMS'
or HARNDEN'S EXPRESS COM?
PANIES, and marked to the care
SITHEfil EXPRESS CO.,
will be promptly forwarded to
FREIGHTS shipped by Steamships to
our care, will bc forwarded toland to
destination, WITHOUT CHARGE FOR
COMMISSION, STORAGE, OR DR AT AG E.
If orders are left at our Office,
Packages and Freight will be called for
by our wagons, in any part of thc City,
and go forward by first Express,
H. B. PLANT, President,
Decemhcr 10 Duo
MES. J. T. SNEAD
IS PREPARED TO MAKE LADIES', SUSSES' AND
CHILDREN'S DRESSES, BASQUES, Ac, at tho old
stand, No. 274 KING-STREET.
To teach Mad. Briggs' celebrated art of CUTTING BT
MEASUREMENT. It Is superior to any other rule, giv?
ing a BROAD CHEST AND LONG SHOULDER. Ladies
can take a lesson and test its merits, by fitting a lining.
Patterns of all kinds cut io lit the form.
Hours for teaching from 3 to 5 o'clock P. M.
A few patterns of thc finest IRISH POPLINS, aU
grades, for sale. uiwf December 18
No. 85 Market-street,
SHOE, & HAT STORE,
WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION OF OLD AND
new friends to his fine Stock of
FROCK AND DRESS COATS
VESTS AND PANTALOONS
SHIRTS AND UNDERSHIRTS
DRAWERS AND SOCKS
BOOTS, SHOES, .
HATS AND CAPS.
TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, VALISES, kc.
All of which will be sold at thc SMALLEST POSSIBLE
PROFITS. Call and see. C December 27
FOR THE PRESENT AT THE
FARMERS' & EXCHANGE BINK,
INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND TUE PUBLIC THAT
he has returned from the North, and calls the atten?
tion of his customers to the following celebrated brands
ALES, WHISKIES AND GIN:
JOHN TAYLOR & SONS
ALBANY IMPERIAL CREAM ALE,
Pale and Amber Ale,
THEIR CT LEBRATED BRAND
ASTOR PALE XX,
FOR FAMILY AND MEDICAL USE, TN BUTTS,
casks and half casks, for bottling and shipping,
BLASSET, COLLINS di CO.'S
(AND THE SOLE AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,)
WHICH WILL ALWAYS TE SUPPLIED FRESH.
ALSO, THE FOLLOWING
OLD NECTAR WHISKEY, 1S40
OLD RYE WHISKEY, 184(3
OLD BOURBON X, XX, XXX
HOLLAND GIN, FINE QUALITY.
ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT A SMALL AD?
VANCE on former prices. Call and seo at tho HOUSE
CROCKERY IT WHOLESALE
IN ASSORTED CRATES,
DIRECT IMPORTATION FROM THE POTTERIES IN
ENGLAND, PER "FLORENCE CHIPMAN,"
At No. ll Hayne-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
By WILLIAM G. WHILDEN & CO.
December 15 _fw
In Good Condition, at 75c,
IN SMALL AND LARGE BLADDERS,
CHEAP CIGAR STORE,
BUGGIES. HARNESS, &c.
THESUBSCIIIBER HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT j
his old stand.
Nos. 35 and 40 Wentwortli-st.,
And will soon be prepared to fill orders for all kinds of
VEHICLES AND HARNESS.
Having engaged first-das* workmen, he will bo able,
in a few days, locitln r build to order or repair VEHI?
CLES, in the hi *t mamu r.
At prese ut hu lia" an ofllcc at the store of Messrs. Har?
ra), Nichols ,\: Co., No. (?7 H isel, near r.iug-strect.
E. W. GALE.
December 2'J Imo*
.HILLS ? STABLES.
DEIGHEN 8s BAKER
BVG LEAVE RESPECTFULLY TO CALL THE
attention ur the publie to the tact that they have
just received, tn in the N rth, several A No. 1 CAR?
RIAGE.^, made to tinl.-r, for their special u.-e, by one ol
thu heit Manufactories in this country.
These Carringa s can bo hired at the regular rates, on
application at Die Mi .s Ho. se Stables, in Chalmers
street, either In p..r. .. s desirmg to engage them by the
hour, or to convi-y passengers to tin- different depots,
steamers, ships, .vc. Tile) can also be engaged fur Fu?
nerals. Apply . ?'lier at Ibu STABLES or at thc MILLS
HOUSE. December 29
HAS OPEN Jit I A RESTAURANT AT NO. 153. EAST
RAY. where will be lound ALES, WINES AND
LIQUORS of thebes! quality.
!. REE LUNCH between tlie hours of ll and 1 o'clock.
HAS AL-su IN BACK STOKE,
A fine assortment of OLD LIQUORS, which ho will
dispose ot by the barrel or in smaller quantities.
TOY AND TRIMMING
FORRESTON & M'LEAN,
Nb. 621 King-street,
NEAR THE UPPER GUARD HOUSE. '
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS AND JOBBERS
GERMAN. FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
Toys, Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, Hats, Baskets,
Bead?, Cutlery, Jewelry and Fancv Goods, &c, ire, ic.
T. P. FORRESTON, .
Januarv 1 Imo W. McLEAN.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING A LARGE AND AT
TRACTIVE STOCK OF
STAPLE AND FANCY DEY GOODS ?
Which we are offering at REDUCED PRICES, commj?n :
in part of :
DeLaines Men's and Ladies' Morin
French Merincc3 Vests
LoDgcloth Kentucky Je^us
Blankets Stella and Wool Shawls
Irish Linens Cloaks
White Goods Linen Huckaback Tovell)
Linen Damask Tablo Cloths.
Together with a general assortment of
SMALL WARE GOODS :
LETTER and FOOLSCAP PAPES
ENVELOPES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, etc.
We Invite the inspection of our STOCK.
W. T. BURGE & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS,
November 23_NO. 2 HAYNE-BTREET,
AND FOB SALE AT
No. 37 Hayne-street,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS
- Bales LONDON DUFFILS
- Bales Brown Grey Mackinaw
- Bales White Union Mackinaw.
These BLANKETS wero manufactured to order la
18G1, for the sales of the lute Arm ol Robert Adget ic Co.,.
and sro of superior nuality.
Apply as above, to MCBURNEY & CO.
TiA^nm1*"-* M -?
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
BLANKETS, WHITE AND GREY
Nubias, Hoods, Comforts
Prints, American and English
Brown and Magenta
Mohair Good?, Alpacas
Do Beges, Flannels
White and colored Rob Roys
Fancy and colored Long Cloth
Canton Flannel Bird Eye Diaper
Crash, Huckaback and colored Towelings
Gloves, Socks, Handkerchiefs
Cravats, Ties, Scarfs
Shirts, Linen and Merino
Collars, Linen and Paper
Cuffs, Ribbons, Ruches
Velvet Ribbons, Flowers, Plumea
Buckles, Belts, Ribbons, Waterfalls
Lace Nets, Combs, Hair Pins
Buttons, Trimmings, kc.
FINE ASSORTMENT L.VDLES' AND GENTS' HATS,
of thc latest styles.
In store and for sale by
C. L. GUILLEAUME,
No. 143 Meeting-street,
December C (Opposite Hayne-atreet)
NO. 159 MEETING-STREET
DIPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES
BLANKETS AND FLANNELS
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS
DELAINES ANS PRINTS,
PLAIN AND PLAID LIN SE Y S
ENGLISH DRESS GOODS
BROWN ?t BLEACHED SHIRTINGS
SATINETS AND KERSEYS
TICKS AND STRIPES.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Sontag and Nubias.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
TO WHICH WE INVITE THE ATTENTION
OF THE TI?ADE.
~~S. G. COURTENAY,
BOOK AND STATIOMRY DEPOT,
August l? CHARLESTON, S. C.