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O. It. CATHCART, Eorron,
OATIICART, Mcmillan & morton,
No. l8 MAYNE STREET.
CITY PB! N T I. R S
DAILY-?DC MONins. ri.00
TO NEWU DEALERS.-.3 cents
Oiu* din].itches ?nut n'ghl wero ho bungling that
it waa itnposijlblo lo toll the closing prico of gold
in No.v fork,
Highway robberies and gr.rroting aro occurring
willi alarming tVoqt-onoy in Boston.
Wii.i.i.._i AYai.j:.. baa been appointed Surveyor of
the Port of Baltimore.
Quarnuli-ic on .cstc'u fr-^m all United Stalo3
porta lins leo ; abolished at Havana, provided tho
billa of hcalUi aro cloan.
A fire in l.ea\.i_.votlh, Kansas, on Saturday
evening, destroyed five buildings, in tho principal
business portion of tim o'.ty.
Tho New York Times, of tho 27ih ult., baya :
"Jeff and ?Toi.r.rn Davis' plantations liavo boon
loasod lo an association of colored mon."
A __rro3pon_ont of tho Atlanta Iidclligenccr,
writing from Albora, Tonn., saya: "Eaf-.t Tonnes
eec can aparo ono million bushelu of corn for cs
Tho Lower Ilouao of the North Carolina Legisla
ture baa referred a resolution declaring it to be the
sonso of that body that tho Constitutional Amend
ment Bbould be ratified.
Tbo Indiens on tbo Upper Missouri aro said to
bo getting tro.iblosomo. Sovcral boats have boen
firod into rcccutiy, and a nunibor of their pasBC.:
Two gontlomon of Richmond, whoso namos havo
not boon mado public, havo offered to defray tho
oxponBos of tbo Virginia State Agricultural Con
vention out of thoir privato purses.
Three thousand minorai apocimona havo been
collootod in California for tho Paris Exposition.
Tho project for Bending a section of tho big troo of
Calaveras hna been nearly abandonod.
Tho Nasbvillo Union and American and tho
Nashville Dispatch ncwBpapora havo beon morged,
and will hereafter boor tho title of tho "Nashville
Union and Dispatch," and bo conducted by tbo
proprietors of the two forraor papers.
Ct.pt. Abel. Robbins, ono of tbo few remaining
first Bottlers of Kentucky, diod at his old home
stead in Henry County, Ky., on Sunday morning
before last, aged oighty-sevon years.
A Charlestown (Va.) papor says : "The memory
of the oldest inhabitant cannot call to ininti an
autumn when tbo wheat crop preaontod a liner
appoaranco than now bbown by tbo crop latoly
From recent oxporimontB made by tho London
Pneumatic Company, it appears that ono hundred
and twenty tons of goods can bo sont through thoir
eighteen milos of tubos ovory hour, at a cost of
lesa than one penny ( wo cent?) por milo.
The Virginia Legislature meets on tho first
Monday in December. It is probablo that it will
reject the Constitutional Amendment. Tbo tenor
of tho Governor's mcasago on tbo subject is un
Tho groat lako tim no1 jost completed at Cliicago,
rons two miles out in the lake, and is capable,
when tbo cngiuo^ and machinery arc finished and
in operation, of furnishing two-lhirda of a million
?f people with fifty-seven gallons of water each per
Gon. ______ttX and Minister Campbell, wbo ar
rived at Havana on tho 18th ult., on their way to
Mexico, were tendered a warm rocoption by tbo
Captain-Gcncrnl of Cuba. After Boeing what is to
be soon in the city, thoy will maleo a short visit to
It is stated in financial circles* at Washington
that tbo eatii.c of Uto recent monetary oxcitomont
was owing to a demand of SccVolary Mcculloch
on tbo National Hanks for the Govcnmont funds on
doposit. Tho Government ha?, however, now
?caned drawing on thoso balances.
Tbo Wilmington (N. C.) Journal of Thursday
says: "A privato dispatch from Raleigh, dated yes
terday afternoon, informs us that tho Hon. M. E.
Manly, Senator from Craven County, and Spoakor
of the present North Carolina Senate, has boon
olectod United States Senator for six yoar.-i from
the 4111 of next March."
The report that tbcro has boon a largo decrease
in smuggling on tho Northorn frontior and tbo Rio
Orando, periodically circulated and recently started
afroab, is untruo. On tbo contrary, smuggling baa
rocontly iucroasod, particularly upon tho Northern
frontier, in consoquonco of changes in rovonuo
Offloors, which havo afforded unusual facilities for
smugglers to ply thoir nefarious traine, of which
thoy havo largoly availod themselves.
The opening of tho now route to Norfolk from
Philadelphia by tbo Baltimoro and Wilmington
Railroad, and tbo completion of tbo grand struc
ture which now spans tho Susquohonna River at
Perryvillo and Havro do Graco, waa tbo occasion of
a fontal excursion of railroad and commercial mon
from Philadelphia and Baltimoro. Tbo bridge is
an immense structuro, and will mako tho timo
between Now York and Washington shorter by
thirty minutes than horotoforo. ItB cost ia esti
mated at $1,600,000, and it has boon in process of
erection for four years,
Tho Now York Tribune, of Tuoaday, says : "A
Southern Republican Association baa boon formed
by such mon as Govornor Pease and Jodgo Sheb
wood of Texas, Jndgo Hiestand of Louisiana,
Jndgo Saffold of Alabama, Judgo Bond of Mary
land, N. C. MsnoEu of TonnosBeo, Governor Bone
man of Weat Virginia, Gonoral J. W. MoKee of
Kentucky, and tbo Hon. J. W. Edmonds, Dis
trict of Columbia. Thomas J. Dubant, ono of
tho pnros' mon in the South, has boon chosen its
Prosidonv. Tbo Association will continuo its sos
sion until Congress adjourns, desiring to prosont
to that body tho viows of tbo Southern Loyalists
upon the issuos that will arise."
The Rev. J. A. Allan preached at Kingston. C.
W., on Sunday, in favor of tho Annexation of Can
ada to tho United States. A mooting is called in
Montreal to discuss the same question. Bitter
fooling is exhibited between Catholics and Protes
tants in Canada East regarding tbo recent Fenian
trials. The Catholics donounco tho Conviction of
McMaiion and tho roloaso of Lumsden as showing
partiality to tho Protestants. It ia bolioved that
if the oondemned aro hung a riot will onsuo. A
raid from Stephens1 faction of the brotherhood ia
now oxpoctod. No judgment respecting tho ap
plication for a now trial in the cases of Lynch and
othora has yet boon given in tbo Court of Common
Pleas. Applications wore filed for four of thom,
and as Saturday was tho last day allowed for mak
ing such applications, no rule can be applied for in
the ease ot the othora.
aw AU communications intended for publication in
Ulis tournai mus? be addressed to the Editor oftltc
Daily News, No. IB llatpic-strcel, Charit sion, <S. ..'.
Business Communications to Publisher of Daity
We cannot undertake lo return refected communica
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa
nied xoith the cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 18GG.
Wi: i'Imii.isii to-duy, on our inner pages, the
report of the third day's proceedings of the
Legislature, a communication on Through
Freights, State and Georgia Items, etc.; be
sides our full Weekly Commercial and Marino
OUR OBLIGATION,? TO THE GOVERN
In recent utterances upon the altitude and
actions ol' our adversarios at the North, it
iniglil appear, perhaps, lliat wc have not been
sufficiently rcnpocllul of Hie conduct and char
acter of our present Government towards us.
Thal it baa been lite purpose of the Govern
ment lo restore Ihc Stiles le who. there is yet
possible of constitutional relation.., lind to
spare the States und people of the .South of as
much as possible of the cons?quences of defeat,
and of Hie requisitions ol' imperious and
malignant iissailauts, there is little question.
The course of (he Government might, perhaps,
have been more elevated. In granting amnesty,
ii might, perhaps, ai well have been unqualified
hy clauses against those distinguished in posi
tion, and tho?', ... ..-ast, possessing a moderate
abai, of ..oalth. The effect of that, and it
would seem to have been its purpose, has
merely been to demoralize the country. It was
calculated to inspire but a selfish feeling of
self-preservation, which was of no advantage
to the Government. It was not. of interest to
the Government to suppress a sentiment of
manhood. If the South were to be available to
the Government in sustaining itself against the
current of aggression which, sweeping down
from the North, rolled as well against that
Government itself as against us, it was emi
nently important that the spirit of the South
should not bebroken ; that its sense of integritj
should be sustained, and that it should stand
with consciousness that it was still fit for some
thing-and for just relations with an inde
pendent people in the political association, it
was its purpose to establish.
Nor was it of advantage to the Government in
its necessary contest with aggressive ?pirits at
the North. As a measure of propitiation, it waa
_ weak and spiritless invention. They might
ove the treason, butdetc6tthc traitor-be wili
ng, at least, to receive that concession to exac- '
.ions. But that was not enough. It should have j
aeon clear to the Government that they wanted
nit an instrument, that no compliance was of
ncrit while there was anything reserved, and it
was imperative upon the Government, at the bc
ginnir of the present controversy, to determine,
sharply and at once, whether it would bo with
the aggressive party or against it ; whether it
ivould bo their ready instrument or stand firm
y ogainst them upon the straining timbers of
he Constitution. That it did not do so-that
tyielded thus far, as wc have said, to the cx
ictions of that party, and inflicted so much of
mnccossary humiliation upon the South-is, to
lay the least, io bo regretted. It tonded to dis
urb the counsel and paralyze the spirit of the ,
South. It stirred thom up to an impotent ac
ivity, when there was no possible prospect of .
profitable action, and the very concession to
vhat was presumed to be popular taste at the
".orth, while inefficient to propitiate a favora
>le feeling, but tended, in the weakness it bu
llied, to encourage the aggressive feeling of ,
hat section. ,
Apart from this, however, and whatever mr.y
?c the further action of the Government under
he pressure of ?b necessities, it ia but fair to
.onfess that, through its better policy, wc have
leen .?pared ninny of the sufferings of subju
gation. With our every foot of territory under
he tread of hostile forces; with garrisons in (
owns and villages ; with military courts to ?
?upersede the civil law, and men turned loose
ostir up whatever of evil there was in the na
ures of a colored population-wc suffered much,
uni might have suffered more. Seldom has a
?ountry been so overrun, and rarely has there
)ecn acountry so subject, to sufferings from mili- t
ary occupation. That these troops have been
withdrawn; that civil law has been restored .
,vith the ordinary functions of self-government,
ind thal the arm of executive authority has
aeon extended to repress the further eruptions
ready to be made upon us, is attributable to the j
Hovcrnmcnt ; and though that protection may J
lot continue; though the Government may bo
?reed to accept the situation,-to acknowledge
;he fact of preponderating political powers in
he North, nor challenge fate upon a political
?89U0 to the great question now ponding,
.vhothcr the Government eau long continuo an
independent power, or must abdicate ita office
md take scrvico at the hands of the Republi
cans ; yet, wc must confess, it has dono its
jest, through all its ordinary and legal forms,
o protect us; and neither of Kb own motion,
>r at the dictation of the Radical party, has it
.lainicd a singlo victim of the many who Btood
n armed opposition to its authority. In that
hero has been humanity. There has been in
hat one ray as it sets, if it be about to set j
n the glory of its meridian splendor, a tri- \
bute, memorable, it is to bo hoped, in aftor
rears, to the real greatness of that genius
through which our political system was inau
New Oblbans Wjechentliohe Deutsche Zei
rtiKo.-This staunch and faithful Southern paper
?till holds it? own. We bavo a late number oil it '
helor.? us, and find it oxcellontly printed and woU '
Furnished with original and selected reading mat- (
ter. Besides editorials on current ovents and nows
matter, both ?ionios tie and foreign, tboro in vory
interesting corrospondoaoi from different parts of
Germany, from Paris, and other points. This is
tho moat widely circulated German paper in tho
Southern Statos. Tho same publishers also issuo
? 8onnlag8-Blatlt containing a largo quantity of
Interesting reading matter, stories, b'terary arti
We can commend this paper to our Gorman foi- ]
low-oitlEena, and any of thom who may wish, to ,J
subscribe can do so at this time, as Mr. w. A. Vi- ?
tnra, tho goneral agent, is at present in our city.
Ho may bo found at Mr. Voqleb _, in Markot
TUE WILMINGTON AND MANCHESTER
The stockholders of this Howl met u few
dnys ago in Wilmington, ami from the Presi
dent'- report, submitted lo them and pabli-hed
in the Daily Journal, we innkc the following
synopsis : After slating the difficulties the
Directors lim] cneonntoreti in arranging their
bonded debt, funding I he back and unpaid ln
tcrest, and raising some $000,000 lo stock the
road and put it in good condition, Hie report
gives the following figures of the present liinin
oiai condition of t ho road :
!>ioiiTiiAor., bonds, iNTr.n.'-_r, bo.
The following i_etu and flguroa aro submittrd
for consideration :
Amount of First ^lortgajjo Honda duo
Juno 1st, l8?''?. $?9(i,0'10 00
Interest duo Oil saino Lo Juno 1st, ISfifi lb7,9S.> 00
Amount of Second Mortgugc Hondo,
duo Juno 1st, 1?7.J. 200.000 00
Interest duo on saine to May 1st, 18G-1 <;0.8t*3 00
Income IJondii, duo March lut, 1801.. K'O.UOO 00
Interest duo on saino to Bcptcmbor
1st, 181)0. 32,310 00
Bonds secured bj* pledge of W. & AY.
It. It. Stock, duo May 1st, 1805. 7">.000 (.0
Interest due on same io May 1st, 1S0G 18,1-9 CO
Total boi.dod iudebtcd
ness. $1.031.000 oo
To'.nl interest past duo. ??'.li,201 03
ISDl*.IlTnDNi:S3 OF TIIE CO-OPAB..
Presont indcbtotlnoss of the Company
of every nature and kind oul-idc of
funded debt. $jC3,301 53
Interest on onliro debt, including
funded dobt. billspayoblo, and inter
est und sinking fund growing out of
tim "iViliiiingtoii Hollway llridgc
Company linbilitioa from" Oct. 1st,
ISii.i, to July 1st, 18G3. 235,950 00
Operating oxpousos of the road from
October li,t, lSo'ii, to July ist, 1808.. 420,000.00
A.isotB for same poriod,
040 boinia of tho Com
pany at 70. $381.500 00
Itoccipts of th-- road from
Oct. 1st, 18GG, to July
1st, 1808. 810,000,00
Ralanco of indobtodnoss on July 1st,
1808. 47,751 58
In conclusion, tho report rocoinmonds that tlio
Btockholdors sanction and approvo tlio action of
tbo Prosidont and Diroctors in regard to the ar
rangoii'.ont ni ado with tho "Wilmington Railway
Bringo Company," the endorsement of its bonds,
?te., stating thal tho Prosidont and Di* octors, in
their action, consulted tho best interests of tho
Tim 8i"rrEnii*TEin>*iKT's n_ro"T
embraces a statement and various tabico of tho
rocoipt8, expenditures and general expenses of
tho company, togothor with remarks upon way
travol, freight, ?vc. The gross rccoipta for tho
year aro .stated at $132,059 43; operating expenses,
1279,515 83, leaving as tho not earnings $152,
The following is the result of the election for
President and Directora :
Captain H. M. Drano, Prosidont ; and Messrs.
0. G. Parsley, John Dawson, R. Bradloy, J. E.
"regg, Ilonry Nutt, D. K. Cowan, J. O. Burr, G. J.
?V. McCall, Dr. A. J. DcRosact, W. E. Milla, Direc
O. O. Parsloy, Esq., offorod a rosolution, that in
viowoftho scarcity of provisions in South Caro
lina and along tho Uno of tho road, tho President
Mid Diroctors of this Company bo instructed to
nut freights to actual consumors at tho lowest
-lossiblc ratoB, and to discrimin?t? in thoir favor,
f not in violation of tho charter of tlio company.
Which was adoptod.
At a meeting of the Diroctors of tho Wilmington
Hld Manchester Railroad hold, tho following gen tie
nen (the prosont imcumbents), wero elected ofli
:ors of tho company for the onsuing yoar:
General Superintendent-*Wm. Mcltoo.
Socrotary and Troasury-W. A- Walker.
General Freight Agoni-John L. Cantwell.
Yard Master and Storo-Koopor-J. O. Green.
EVKRY NOW AND THEN WC SCO in OUr Soutll
jrn and Western exchanges a marriage notice,
idling fortli how Lieutenant, Captain, or Mu
or So-and-so," of the late Confederate Army,
'married Miss So-and-so." Now, seeing that
.verybody in tho country belonged to the said
ate so-called,-certainly every one who is
?vorthy to lead a bride to the altar,-wc fail
o sec the necessity or propriety ol'still contin
ling the use of these "handles" to tho names
if the happy men. If a distinction must be olj
icrvcd, let it bo on the other side, somewhat
iftcr this wise : ''Married, on the 31st day of
November, by the Rct. Judas Iscariot, Miss
"boda Hudor to P. Liver, Esq., who did not
lid or abet the 'late so-called Confederacy'."
WANTED TO HIRE, A YOUNG WHITE
GIRT, as Child'? NurFO and IIouso Servant. Ap
>ly at No. 118 CALHOUN STREET. December 1
SITUATION AS WET NURSE WANTED,
3 by arcspeetablo Whito Woman. Dent of references
;iven. Apply ut Southwest Corner ANSON AND HASEL
WANTED, A FIRST-CLASS BAKER, TO
RO in tho country. Beet of wages given. Apply
it No. C5 MARKET STREET, between tho hours of 10
_td 12. 2* _ December 1
ANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
SERVANT, to cook and wooli for a email family.
Inod rocouinicntlationfi required. Inquire at Mr. l'A.NK
*IN'S Drug Store, No. 123 Meeting stioot.
Docombei' 1 _
O O K AVANT E D.-A RESPECTABLE
M ALI?! COOK wanted in a email family. Nono need
poly ?nicos good references aro produced. Apply at
Iii- Olllcc. 1 xr-tAtrm-CCr 1
ITTANTED, ABOUT THE FIRST OF* JANU
W ARY, a small HOUSE, to contain four or flvo
looms, in Morris, Cannon, Itadcli-b, Coming or St
'hilip Btreote. Any ouo having tho eamo can hear of a
enant by addressing "T. E. L.," at Daily Nowa OlBco.
December 1 0
WANTED, A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE,
for widen a fair price will bo paid. Apply to
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 831 King street, corner Liberty.
Docombor 1 3*
A RESPECTABLE YOUNO WOMAN DK
?\_ SUIES a situation as Wet Nurse. Apply at Mo. 32
u-chdalo street, 1* Dccomberl
WANTED, 100,000 HEAVY WHITE OAK
PIPE STAVES, and 60.000 ?VHTTE OAK BARREL
ITA VES. Apply to JAMES CUMMING8, South Bay.
Docombor 1 stutlii**
WITH ELEVEN YEARS' EXPERIENCE,
I offer my servlcos as a Planter of Sea Island Cot
on. Tho very beat of references glvon and required.
Apply to W. PRESTON DOW.UNO,
No. 4 Boyce's Wharf,
Or to W. B. KINO,
December 1_atn8_No. 232 Comlng-Btrcet.
CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE_WANT
ED. a PORTER AND OARDENER for tho abovo
nntltutlon. Compensation $26 por month, rations,
ights and fool, with the ase of a comfortablo house. Ap
illcatioi-o to bo loft with tho STEWARD at tho Inutitu
lo n. December 1
WANTED, A FIRST RATE COOMf
either male or romalo, to cook for a s nail family,
lood wagoo to one well rocommended. Apply to
E. BATE8 k CO.,
November 27__*_No. 122 Meeting otreot
A YOUNG MAN, NOW IN THE CITY, WHO
?__ resides near Ocala, Florida, la desirous of obtain
ng employment in that section of country, and offors
ils Bervloea as agont or in any other capacity. Beat of
'harlcston and Florida -references given. Address J. Ii.,
it tho News Office. fl? November 23
|T7*ANTED.-A SITUATION AS A CLERK
TT In a Grocery 8tore in tho City of Cliarleston. Tho
cry best of roforence can be given. Address W. I'.. M.,
?olumbla, 8.0. 12 November 22
Iff" AIN GUARD HOUR)*?*, CHARLESTON.
Lu. 8. 0., November 80th, 186(1-Takon np, going at
urge, contrary to city ordinance, a white and rod COW.
"ho owner la hereby notiflad to call at thin Station
nd claim prcpsrty, or it "?ill be sold to pay expense?.
Dooombar 1 8 ?lrot Lieutenant L. W. Police.
TO RUNT, So.
TO RE\T, I ililli: Oil FOUR ROOMS IN
Second uud Third Stories, No. 47 Society ntrc.t,
near Kin;!. Stiilnblo I'nru l.iinily without billilli cliihlr.ii.
On the protnlHCH la a cistern of good water.
December 1 2*
O RENT.-VAUT OP A HOUSE TO RENT.
Apply jit No. 2s Meeting street,
December 1 1*
mo HSU*?*, TUR J. I. KOUM_, WITH THE
_1. um of Kitchen nuil Ulallie, iu the lower port of
Heeling ?trcc-t. Apply to
SMITH .. MCGILLIVRAY,
December 1 i No. _R Uroad nicest.
rp? RR.ro, A BTU1IB, SUITABLE T<? ANY
I bm-int-s-.. Also, two or tltrco ltOOMB, with Kitcit
tan, nt No. f>t> ANSON street, oui? door from the corn
er of sooioiy street. I* December 1
mOKKNT, A SMALL HOUSE OF T1IRRH
JL ROOMS, pleasantly sitoalctL
Apply at Nu. :u cannon HTltKET. :i Doccmbt r i
mO RKXT, THAT DESIRABLE DYVELL
JL ino IfOUSIiMo. 00 COMtNo-.rriti.KT. containing
seven square and (wo attie rooms, with pautry, closotf
and other coavciilcnco-. Ton gond t> nant the rout will
bn moderate. PoKacssloa given 1st January. Apply on
tim promises, ot- No. 7 OKOitOi?;-STTtr.I?;T.
rpO IIRXT, A DJfiSlRAniiH COTTON I..AN
I TATTON, known at "Stoney Hill," situated about
one intie irom Ringville, s. c, directly on Um Month
C roliua Itallrood, coiitainlna ?bout i->t>o seres of land,
IkiIi of which lain a good stale ol' cultivation. Upon tho
pbtco in ti good DWELLING, formerly an overseer's
?tonne, willi uood tptfriet-y. capablo of aecommodatlnii
comfortably forty to llfty Itiborunt, and ?ill nee. -_.iry out
building?. 'The oin llo-.mo i* a larg.! and convenient
bnililin::, and the j;ln is worttcd by water power, the nt:
eliincry of which it. perfectly new. Tbis placo can be
rented on reasonable, tenon.
l-'or farther particular., apply to 0. li. simonton,
Esq., Charleston, t?. O., or II. I). IIANAHAN, Columbia,
1 S. C._5*_ November ._.!)
mo RHiro, A HOUSE WITH Viva t:.>oriK-7.
J. Oooil Yard and Well of Water. Apply (?oca (on tho
prcmlM ?] at No. -loo kino street.
November 27 tuthrC*
mo KENT. MURPHY'S ISLAND, SITUAT
? JL KD at tin' monl li of lim South Sauteo River, con
tainitifr 030 acres of the bent Rlt.i; LANDS, also about
800acres fine ska ISLAND COTTON LAND, which cou
be easily reclaimed und planted. On tho pla?:.-, aro all
necessary buildings for a largo force; also Steam
Thrcahor, nice Pounding anti saw Mill.
For further particular.-, apply lo S. !.. IIOWAI?D.
November '_!_! tliHtu Boyco's Wharf.
TO REST, A LARGE ANO COMMODIOUS
HOUSE, containing seven large rooms, with cistern
and other necessaries attached, at No. 01BEAUFAIN
STBEET. Possession given immediately. Tor further
particulars, apply to LEVY k ALEXANDER,
November 28 3 No. 27? Klug-tttrcct.
TO RENT .-CORNER STORE ON BAST
(tiilo of East Hay, Ik ina one of tho most desirable
location? in tho city for business. Apply at this Ollkc.
November 28 3
110 RENT.-ONE ROOM IN A GENTEEL,
. private family. Also ___________ and Servants' room?.
For particulars apply at this OIUco. Novombor 27
TO RENT, STORE NO. 183 EAST RAY, RE
INO ono of the most dtsirablo locations in Um city
for business. Apply at W. 8. COItWIN .. CO.,
November 3 No. 25'J King street.
FOR SALE, A PLANTATION ON W A R?ZA
LA W Island, known a? "Now Cut," containing 740
acres of land, of which 400 have been undor cultivation,
and aro well adapted for tho culturo of cotton and pro
visions; tho r-omalntlcr is woll wooded with oak and pino.
Tho said PLANTATION ia situated on tho Wadmalaw
River, twenty mile? from Charleston and eight miles from
tho Village of Rockville. There, are on said Plantation a
largo cotton house, a fodder house and f ur negro
houses; thcro Is, also, on the outer tract, a mile and a
half from tim settlement, In tho centre of tim Island, a
large building, formerly used as a church.
A LOT at Rockville, 1C0 feet front by 0? feet deep. On
said Lot is a comfortable and well-fin i ?di ed DWELLING
HOUSE, containing olght rooms, with suitublo out-build
.'or terms apply to THEODORE RTONEY, Esq.,
Charleston; Dr. J. C. SEABROOK, Rockville, or D. J. La
ROCHE, ( irai min' s T. O. sw8 November U
SEA ISLAND PLANTATION FOR SALE.
For sale, a Boa Island Plantation on Wadmalaw
Island, known as Martin'? Point, containing 206 acres
of planting land cloarod, and 1000 acres of marah land.
IhxlldiugH in poor ropalr. The land ia vary produotive,
producing tho finest flbro Boa Island Colton.. It is one
of the feiv places on tho Coast where a person tan reside
in summer, being ono of the healthiest places known-a
Uno summer retreat-fish and game in abundance. 10,000
feet of lumber now landing at tho placo to repair build
ings. Terms liberal. Apply at No. 137 MEETING
STREET, up 6talra. wai November 21
JAMES ISLAND LAND FOR SALE_REV.
STILES MELLICHAMP'S PLACE on James Island,
containing 200 acres of the ?nest Sea Island Cotton
Lands, within two milos of a public landing, just oppo
site the city and adjacent to good flshlns grounds and
oyster beds. Apply to WM. JOHNSON,
November 17 otu East ond of Laurcnti street
PLANTATION AND MILLS FOR SALE.
I offer for sale my PLANTATION situated in Gooso
Creek Parish, forty-four miles from Charleston, and two
miles from tim State Road, and tho same distance, from
Hoadville 1'oslolllce. Tho tract contain? 1220 acres of
good COTTON and PROVISION LAND, 200 acres clear
ed and under good fence, tho balance heavily tcmborcd
with pine, yellow ond pitch; 800 acres WOODLAND
fenced in for pasture, sufllcicnt to raise stock to supply
tho place, and for ninvkot I will soil with tho placo ALL
THE STOCK, Horses, Mules, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, to
gether with tho Provision sufficient to do for tho noxt
year, with all tho nccosaary utensils tor carrying on a
plantation-Rlackamith Shop and good set of Tools, 3
Wagons, Carriage, Ruggy, Ate, kc. ; also, household and
LI tchou Furniture; in fact ovorything necessary for tho
purchaser to move right In and go to work. On tho plaoo
la a S?-horso STEAM MILL, SAW AND GRIST, with
BOLTING CKOTH for grinding wheat, all In good order,
and now in full operation. Timm is aulhciont demand in
tho sun -..muling country for all tho lumber tho Mill can
Baw during tho season not occupied in carrying on tho
planting intorost. Tho terms aro cash, and a good bar
gain will bo given. For further information, call on tlio
subscriber, on tho place, or address him through Hoad
ville Postofl.ee, Chester, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
OR RENT his Plantation, on Combalmn River,
called Myrtle (?rove, live miles from Green Pond,a Rtatlon
_tn tho Charleston and Savannah Railroad. It consists of
three hundred and lift y acree of rice land, on the best pitch
:>f the tide, nevcuty acres of high land of tim best quality
for cotton or corn, with uncleared oak, hickory and pino
lands attached. For further particulars Inquire at tho
afllco of Meii.?ft-8. WM. O. REE k CO,, or at tho residence
at tho subscriber, near Whitehall Station, Charleston and
Savannah Railroad. JAS. II. HEYWARD.
November 8 thstulS
FOR SALE-ONE GEORGE PAGE CIR
CULA H SAW MILL, AND TWENTY-FIVK-HOR8E
POWER STEAM ENGINE, now in completo operation,
r?..-p..blo of cutting ton thousand feet per day; located not
Dvcr twenty-ft vc miles from tho city, and on a largo tract
of land heavily timbered.
Tho abovo property will bo sold on vory reasonable
terms. Apply to EBA UGH k MALLONEE,
At their Planing Mill, Horlbock's Wharf.
November 28 13
FOR SALE, AN EIGHT-HORSE ENGINE,
Roller, somo Shafting, Pulleys, kc. Will soil cheap.
Inquire of CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO.
FOR SALE-ONE BILLIARD TABLE,
Bia to llody, Cues, Rolls, kc. Apply at
Comer of King and Liberty-street.
DR. T. L. OGIER HAS THIS DAY ASSOCIATED
with him in tho Practico of Medicino and Surgery,
lia son, Dr. W. G. OGIER. Rcsidonco and Ofllco, nouth
,vest corner Rutlodgo and Bull streute.
December 1 alutblO
I HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH ME IH THE
Brokerage, Auction and Commission business my
jrother, ALEX. W. MARSHALL, Jr., under tho stylo
)f B. M. MARSHALL k BROTHER. ,
Docomber 1 3 R. M. MARSHALL
THE FIRM OF LOI1SIGER k WIENGES l8 THI8 DAY
dissolved by mutual consent All debts of the abovo
Inn will bo assumed by Mr. Rodolf Lobslgor.
G. W. WIENOES.
Charleston, November 37th, 1866.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY ENTERED
into copartnership for tho purpoBO of carrying on
ho Wholosalo and Retail Grocery H usinons, at No. 003
Una a tree., under the style of It. LORSIGER k CO.
RODOLF Lousia ER,
GEORGE IL LINBTEDT.
Charlee ton, November 27th, 18-0-.
December 1 8*
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTWEBHIP.
FE FIRM OF WEBB k SAGE IS DISSOLVED BY
W. L. WEBB Is alone authorized to sign nomo of firm
u liquidation. WM. L. WEBB,
Wit M. SAGS.
Ohtrloaton, November 15th, 18A6.
?r/ILL CONTTNUB THE CROCKERY BUSINESS AT
TY No. 6 Hoyne street, on his own account
December 1 6 WM. L. W.-BB.
CHARLESTON L.I1KA1-Y ASSOCIATION OF
A REGULAR Mlil*lTNU OF THIS ASSOCIATION
will bo luid TAU Evening, at 0?l?l Follow?' Hull, at
Candidates uro invited lo rome tarwarri ami ?I m tlio
Ciiiini it ni l?in. W11. OUBABBK,
December 1 1+ Secretary.
MEDICAL SOC'-HTY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
rillir. REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OK THIH
X Society will ho bel I TMt /.Vniin?/, :it 7 o'clook.
FRANCIH L. PARKER, M.D.,
Dccombor i l Socretary.
CHARLESTON c_ BAVA ?VIV AH RAILROAD
A SPECIAL MEI'TINU OF 'HIE STOCKHOLDERS
. it tim it: arloatonand Sav-inntdi Kctlroad Company li
tieraby ?ailed io tie held lu Iho I Hy of i;li:iri? ?.on, .it thi)
nllli-e of tin? 1'lmrlo.iton Insur.in?-o anil Tlttst Company,
Vroad street, on Thursday, Um 13th day of Dcccmber
next, at 13 M., w'.ien biiniui m of vitul Importance ?ill ta
mi lind 11? ?l.
Hy ordcrof tim Hoard. H. W. FISH Kit,
Novombnr S3 His Sccrolary and '1 'ri-riitvr.
PORT ROYAL R.VILTtOA D,
AN ADJOURNED MEETINU OP Till'KTOCKHOLD
BRU will bo held in tim buildlnn of tim Allondalo
High School, on t!io Second Saturday In January next, at
11 o'clock, A. M. J. C. DA VANT.
Novombor ?2 10 ?socroiary.
WH. HERIOT M CO. IIAVK REMOVED THKin i
. OFFKJI* to No. ?J DROAD BTREirr, nvor Cmir
touay'a Hook store. ii MoTcmbor 23 i
QCRl'.VKN It NTSRET HAVE REMOVED THEIR Ol'
li I'H.'E from No. 103 East Ray to ACCOMMODAI ION
WHARF. Norembor I! i
I OBT.-TAI.-T.N AWAY FKOmTtiIe V. P*.
1j Railroad Depot, in mintaka, soma time durbin tho I
inonlh of September I.ihI, ?mo roll ol CAR1V.TIN?*, h;-w
ed up in canvas and marked L. P. Luman. Plea?) roturn
it. a Dooomhorl
DOG LOST.-LOST. ON THE NIG1TT OF i
Iho 22d ?uhL, n VERY LARGE, DARK BRINDLE I
BULL DOO, anHWoriiiR to tlio uaino of ROVER. A '
reward of TEN DOLLAR. ' will ho niven if lu: In left ?it
No. M BULL STREET, or for information winch will I
lead to his recovery. ?4* Novembers* I
TOST, AI?OUT THE 10TH INsTA.VT,~A
J ?SMALL HLAOK AND TAN TERRIER PUP, with
Morocco rollar about hi?; neck, tG reward for return to
No. 113 11-nn-l stroot. 4* Novombor 27
?.?"? ?-??a?? ?_?-u-j.jiii.,? ?? ii-^ii.i.i
SILVER PLATE FOUND.-A PIECE OF
HLLVER PLATT-:, bclonKiiif? to nomo of the Taylor
family, was taken from a negro som o time nineo, wfi ich
nan bo had by provint* property and paying for adver
tisement. Apply at thin ollloo. November IA
- ?--,? .11 ? ? I ?!?? - ? II I I , I ?????! ? .?,???
BOARDING.-PERMANENT AND TRAN
SIENT BOARD, willi comi'ortablo rooms and at
tentive scrvuntn, can be obtain? d at tho Eotithcmt corner
of Meeting and Markot-slrccts. November 20
A PRIVATE FAMILY HAVING THREE
well fundahod Rooiub, desires lo take a Family to
BOARD. Apply at No. 26 Anson street.
NO. 9 OEOROE STREET.
SCHOOLS, COLLEGES, &o.
HOME SCHOOL FOR ROYS.
THE EXERCI8E8 OF THDJ INSTITUTION WILL BE
resumed on the SECOND MONDAY IN SEPTEM
BER, and continue ten months. Tho number of pupUs
[s limited to twelve.
Tlio Principal is a graduate in honors of Cambridge,
England, and has had moro than twenty years' exporionco
is a teacher in tlio South.
Careful and thorough instruction will bo given in the
LATIN and GREEK CLASSICS, French and Spanish,
with a complete court? of English studies, Including
Mathematics, Commercial, Arithmetic, and Book-Keep
Pupils win bo treated in aU respects as members of his
-nilly, and will rocoivo the undivided caro and attention
>f tho Prlncip_l in tho preparation of their various stu
Rofbrenoos.-To tho Faculty of tho ?South Carolina Uni
-craity, and to present and former patrono.
For terms and further particular??, address the under
ilgncd. RICHARD FORD, A. M.
Columbia, August, 18G6. hint h August 11
J. F. KI? ii?-K
202, -Icctiiifl Strafie,
intirriiytft -Dcutfc&e in fcer citgliftit-n Spradje t??jliit) Mit
: bitf <) iil;r ?U-ciitd.
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
THUS ESTABLISHMENT HA VINO BEEN RECENT
,Y fitted up in the MOST IMPROVED FASHION, tho
"ropriotor respectfully calls tho attention of Uio public
,t largo to tho moderate prices charged.
Board per day. ?2 00
Board per woek.$10 00
November 27 . tus8 C. OSTICH, Proprietor.
F 119 HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
hroughout. Tlio travelling public, transient visitors, or
ithors, will find in it all tho luxuries of a FIR.ST-CI.A-S
!?TAB*_1_HMENT. combinod with the comforts ol
Tho location la ono of tho most airy and pleasant for
mumur. A Billiard Saloon for tho lovers of this hoalth
ul exercise is attached. No pains or oxpciisn spared to
;lvo cntlro satisfaction. F. OPDEBECK.
ilONEY ! MONEY ! ! MONEY ! ! ! ?j
810,000 TO LOAN
rpOR FROM ONE TO SEC MONTHS. CITY OF
I1 Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock takon as collateral
ocurlty. Apply to
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
Novombor 27 t_ths3_ Broad street.
D1TECK8 ON NEW YORK FOR 8ALE BY
TAFT k HOWLAND.
*"1"_ECKH IN HUMS OF ?1 AND UPWARDS ON THE
_>/ Union Bank of London.
For salo by CONNER k "WILSON,
November 8 thsiull No. C Broad street.
CHECKS ON NEW 1'ORK,
L* NEW Ol-LEANS, AND
For sale by CONNER k WHEOH,
November 8 thstnll No. 5 Broad street.
STERLING, FRANCS, AND D0ME8TI0 EXCHANGE,
C. T. LOYWDES & CO.,
NO. 10 BROAD STREET.
November 15 1"**?
HO. *tA9 BAST BAT,
?CHARLESTON, & 0.,
BUlTlttt, mi AND PROYiat0'?8.
MAT Ilbmni temmttm W??tt oc ooo-lgnm?Bt?
_A M. 1814 M I.NTS.
ONE MORE CONCERT
GROY.?R OPKHATIC TilOUPf?,
rpilis (SATURDAY) EVENINO, DECEMBER I
J. Entire change otPcourmtmno,
Ticket? One Hollar.
No oxtra charge for r.?..erv.?d n.- iii.
n_- Tii-iti bi 1er sala at-.IIXJ LINO'S Mt-', lOKK,
Uoc-ou.bcr 1 ]
PALL AND V???flGi?, '
OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND
Edgerton & Richards,
NO. 33 BROAD STREET.
rniiE sunscRip.i'.n BEG? to ixi-orm ii: i .-mends
I, mut Um public gcucn?ly thal ho i.-. io/ r_w ivhig
PALLANO WffflER IIQ9H,
c.o.;..i:.t_.v-? oi* :
DLAOK AND COLORED CLOTHS
Black anti Fancy C'aniiioores, hlgroat variety i>; ;il\lett
Bon vor and Til .t Clolbs
riuin ami Figured Velvet, Silk ami (.a.t.;.t-___-r . Vcfttlif.
All of Willoh are of tho bust
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 1IA\0FACT0R_!.
I t.-ko ploa-.ire In informing tin. publie, that having im
cured the service, ol t.uu ol'
THE BEST CUTTERS
in tho country, who, from hin estonniVO expert'nee, both
in Europa and America, is prepared to gutr.v.tt-.-e A FIT
As Successor of Edgerton & i..cJ-.irds
I would inform the old patrons of the CBfabli-tlimcut that
I bavo their
AND CAN FILL.
ORDER . FROM THEIR FORMER CUSTOMERS
AT A DISTANCE WITH SATISFACTION.
J. S. PHILLIPS.
Docembor 1 lmo
C)f\ CASES MEN'S WATER-PR^OF BROGAN?,
??\J composed of Leather and India Rubber Bot
tom?, pondering them porJcctly water-proof.
1 Hr. NEST OF TRUNKS (BRASS BOONS), al ?8.G-I
JL \) \J per nest. For salo by
No. 137 MEETING-STREET. UP STAIRS.
December 1 2
MAGRATH & LOWNDES,
No. 69 Broad-strcct.
1. ii. MAGRATH. JAMES LO .VlUDKlg.
December 1 ninths
UNITED STATES EXPRESS lilIIBE
_I__, TOE EXPRESS OFFICES IN THE UNIT?D
STATES, WITH NEW POBTOFFICE REO ISTER,
l8 NOW BE1NO PUBUsnED ST
GEORGE W. HAWES,
At Baltimore, Hld.
'bia DIRECTORY lins already attained tho LARGEST
CIRCULATION of any Directory ever published.
Prico of tho Boole, including names of Firm.,
$5 Per Copy. *
C H. BASS, General Agent.
December 1 e.
SEO. A. HOPLEY & CO.
HAVE RETURNED TO THEIR OLD OFFIC*
South Atlantic Whurf, whoi-o thov tiro ready to
mko very LIBERAL Al-VANOES ON SH1PMEXT8 OF
'RODUCE to their friends in Llvorpool, Havre, the
'ontincnt ol Europe, and in Now York.
Doconibor 1 3
NO. 621 KING STREUT,
fear Upper Guard House.
T. P. FORRESTON,
JOBOBR AND m.AI.I-I-I*
'ANGY CHINA GOODS FOR HOLIDAY GOT?
FANCY WORSTED GOODS,
Novombor 70_ _ la?
BEOS TO INFORM HIS FRTENDS THAT HE j
.openod bia Store at No. 80 MARKET STEEET,
a Is prepared to offer to his formor patron- a chj
f OROOEHXES, eeloctod from tho Baltlmoro
eraons wishing dcslrablo family ?nipplic. can rf-tdOy
lited. Having received a Uboral patronago A>ro th*
ro willoh consumed hla stock, ho hopes, w-trlot afr
intion to business, to morlt a contlnaanco opa sama.
November 8_/. }***>%
A LARGE WEEKLY, IS ISSUED
\_ DAY, at $3 a year, in advance.
Lserted at usual rmt__-.
Nore mber U O. F.