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FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER. 7, 1866.
THE CASTLE OF DUBLIN-ITS .INFLU?
ENCE AND ITS CORRTHPTipN.,
If Ire"Ind is to bo ruled by England in the pre?
sent and the future, it is better that she should
be ruled directly by English authorities than
through the corrupt influences and party in?
trigues that prevail in the Castle of Dublin. In
the fervor/of the Repeal agitation, John O'Con?
nell, one .of thc sons ol Daniel O'Connell, styled
Dublin "Cattle "a sink of corruption." Do our
readers know any Hiing about that citadel in the
Irish metropolis which is held by English tyrants
and IrislPBlaves for the_ benefit of the power that
grinds Ireland to the dust ? If not, we shall give
them s ciao information on the point. From the
days of the cowardly Tyrconnelf and the dissem?
bling Ormond-from tho times of the fashionable
Che3tcr?f !1 and the unscrupulous. Cornwallis to
those of the u!egint Carlisle and tho proud Claren?
don, that old Castle of Dublin has been the scene
of infamous plots against tne liberties of tho peo?
ple. Courtiers and intriguers have busied them?
selves wit hiu its walis in the interest of kingly
scoundrels who regarded not the welfare of the
population but the promotion of personal plans
and personal ambition. Cruel lord deputies and
perjured migistrates have heaped up in its ar?
chives tho records of their misdeeds, and given to
the whole place an odor of villainy. Spies, inform?
ers and hangmen have been taken under its pre?
lection, ami the English flag that -floata-from the
Birmingham Townerovershadows.the Chapel Royal
and thc detective oflice at' tho same time.' ? Noble
Irish patrjots have been imprisoned io its dun
goons. Its iuiluence on society in Dublin has
peen degrading, is degradisg, and will continu-'
to be degrading as long as it lasts. The Lord
Lieutenant of Ireland is a mock king, who holds "a"
mock court. Hois called viceroy, ; and is said tb
represent the Queen. He is paid the enormous
salary of ?20,000 a year-fou. '-imea more than the
President of the United State, v-the chief magis?
trate of rho greatest and most powerful country
in the world-receives for his services, the im?
portance of which are not, for a single moment,
to be compared to the trifling value of the vice?
roy's work. The latter has nothing to show for
his labors which could bo performed by an expert
clerk. If? ia merely kept up aa a piece of State
pageantry, or, rather, as a:means of maintaining
thatfo li?h and silly custom which tho "respect?
able" clares of Dublin and the local gentry and;!
magistracy wish to keep in practice, namely: 1
"going to the Castle*.' torbe present at levees ana.I
drawing rooms twice year. '-Effort?'-have'been'
repeaif d'y made.to abolish this sham court, but
they have invariably failed." Opposition to the
scheme came chiefly from the "conrt" milliners
and the. hungry lawyers who declared that if the
Lord Liei?lenafj?y were abolished their gains from
the maUns-oElaxlies)'. dresses and pickings .derived
from public offices wouMbe. lost forayer." . B.ut tU?
great mass of the people haye never felt thejeaat
interest in the continuance'Of the. office^ which al?
ways bringa before, .their mind "the power, tho.
treachery ?nd the despotism of England'and the'
terrible subjugation-"of their own"'countryr "It is
argued that if the office were abohshed, ?20,000 a
year, now-spent in the country, would be loat-to
it. This ia a delusion. The abolition of the office
would be a positive gain-a gain in the increased
strength of public opinion now corrupted and de
baaed bv the evil example of those who are con?
stantly flitting round tne castle and selling the
beat interests of Ireland for judgships and situa?
tions in tha four courts and on the quarter ses?
sions bench......Let us give a few iB8tanc.ee. Mr..
Maziere Brady, Lord Chancellor of Ireland under
the late Whig Government, had ?8000-$40.000-as
the yearly salary for hia office. One would ima?
gine that this would have satisfied ah office seeker
of even tiie moat cormorant propensities. But it
did not aatisfy Mr. Chancellor Brady. He was
constantly begging for patronage for himself and
his family. His si n, Francis William Brady, .had
frequently contested the city of Dublin, but alwa^ s
met with defeat. He professed himself a Liberal,
but his liberality was of a milk and water.- cha:
acter. The father seeing that there was no hope
of political distinction for his son, a lawyer, with
pT?efnMtimJmJimot course, witfaoat
obtained from them for his hopeful boy the posi?
tion of quarter sessions judge, worth about ?1000,
or $5000 a year. Avery nice piyment for very
Bmall duties. Thus the briefless barrister- was
shelved, and the public no more heard long and
dull speeches from this- wooden-headed membfr
of the bar. But thia is not all about the Brady
family. The Lord Chancellor's brother-in-law,
John Hatchell, another stupid incubus on the
public purse, for several years acted in the capa?
city of primate secretary to the late E?r?of Gar
lisle, when^iho-latter was Lord Lieutenant.. Lord
Kimberley-?ucce?ded Lord Carlisle,- and on the
former assuming his duties, he sent Mr. Hatchell
to the ??br. about. It ie said that'Hatchell cried
and beggejiatp be allowed to" remain," :but; Lord
Kimberley had^royided himself wi*h an English
secretary, an d' s o poor Hatchell was, much against
his grain, obliged to clear out.
We state these particulars for the purpose of
showing the base uses io which the Castle of
Dublin ia turned. It is*-'* focus S ot intrigue.. It
has ita corrupting hand in "the centre of "every
mischief done the country, Sod it, and its con?
temptible followers and supportera, are instru?
ment al in ribbing the poorest and. moat.oppres3ed
people in Kurope for the benefit of a hungry,
greedy, mean^sefc-of officials, whose*.board anjd
lodging, wings, dinnere,-^8?xiages anfl['horse's ape
paid for on L?f the :ragSi poyerty ?f snorit-i.
raged, an?, consequently,""'discontented' popula-'
Ono of the baneful effects of this mock court is
to be found in the feeling of foolish pride it^ pro?
duces among the middle classes of DublSrTif Tins
class moves heaven, and earth to get "in&?tkfiona,
to the Castle." They verjr often succeed in this
ambition; and, to appear in proper state before
the mock king, they must go to vast expense in
the purchase of trains, court suite, swords, cocked
hats, and other tt^peryill^3Vaeh ItKSy .^re.^ie
sented at court, w^^jDoMa??v whether .ifcjufc?n
their heads or ttfeifc feet'- t?f?y.?re standing, a The
wife of the linttftdrajfer. S?es ^with'the grite, blithe
printseller aa re which of them shall wear the
costliest robe; and, in this manner, ia produced a
fictitious state of society.
Before the Union i?t Ireland with-TSdglarMDub-7
lin was a wealthy^gaV arf& fasJiFonaHlScitjU- Fer
six or aight months of the year aristocracy and
fentry resided there, attending the meetings of
arliament, but the Parliament having been
abolished, the aristocracy all took houses in Lon?
don and spent their wealth in the English capital.
The result has beeb, to.:, leave nothing in . Dublin;
but barrister?.'-doctbrs -??d bfflce-se?k?rB? for
whose advantage and for .the .amusements of
wheae wivefr'ahd'daughters-"the Castfe" 'is 'still,
kept up, ind Tinder thia s^stsm Ireland'suffers."
"The Castle still stands though.the Senate's no more, -,
And the farnine that dwells ou. ber freedomless- crags '
Is extending its steps to her desolate shore.'' _ .
The marquises, -earls ?nd countesses-win not go
to "the Castle," where they would only meet
"ahoddyitea" and parvenu8} BO they remain in
London, where-they, can enioy.all the, grandeur rOi
* great couTt. :. .-(..' T?T.'..> ^.,.?r. . -,
We stated in a former article that Ireland, as ia
generally known, is a Catholic country. It may
not be equally well known that, according io the
terms of the.so-called. Emancipation act, the Lord
Lieu ten anfand the Lord Chancellor of Ireland
must both be Protestants. Thus ^Mlsud ?till
presents to the woifid the ;fa?ahat??he wantage
govern a Catholic fcduhtiryonHt? prmrirple-that^
whole people who profesaea one particular form
Of religious he\S?T: muWbe au?jec?:tb the Willoi
another claas^stud that clab?tfi? amauW humber'
-Who worship at a different altar. An Establish?
ed Lburch ?ra /sustained with the view of perpet?
uating ting system, and keepmg'th? people divid?
ed; for England well knows that if ehe cannot rule
?Srti" . $*?Ple through-differences onthe acore
r^?? cannot rule' them at ?alt.' H?lice
ffiS-w-? m0aL ,tenacity to the Proteatant Church
Jtstablishma-t, knowing thatr; by doing so the ire
with the pnncirile^orlhat, "E??sbKahment-^ may
^?.?.v omor6 againat ita supporters than
against the Government that givna it life, vitality,
and the poarer to divide and d??tr?c'/the people.
E*' JSiL ?ichmond Examiner protests against the
?^8rec?mtly ^suedby^Mr. H. lives Pot
. f&iJZla nT Journal, to be entitled The Southern
. ???Vod I*3**-- "We ^ with unaffected ho?
W? ?bail ^nch api^tllre and stich-?pr?gramme.'
imd awi tvPff\e 8nch ^a^nga with af? the energy
^n^tbi ^;11at we Posseaa. We deny that 'logi
paBy" the Yankee is cuir-foe..--So fax-feomrogard
by our forefathers.as an impossibility, we shall
keep it co astantlv in view^iw?jabor with a
fldent hope for ils roBtora^^t-fnn'a?egut?a
We behove that the sentimentsi we Mv? aBove'ex
j^^rg?mv"U?b? ^ ^ 0a^r:^o^JoS 'a? people
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TT AVE R?T?BNED TO THEIR OLD OFFICE
[T.JnL ao]rth-^tlaott?v<Wbarr, where tney are road/ to
?ax%ke very x.?BRRA?>'ADVANCES ON SEXPMENTa OF
P.iOD?( ? to their friend.? in Liverpool, Havre, the
i jontinent ot Jiurope, and in New Yocx.
[ Oaoemoerl :
FLOUR, RYE, BARLEY, WHEAT,
OATS AND CORN.
rj "T BBLS. HIGH GRADE EXTRA FLOUR
4 75 bbl8. Extra Flour
20 bbls. Beat Eye Flottr
60 bushels Seed Eye
50 bushels S oed Barley
100 bushels White and Eed Seed Wheat-choice se?
2000 bushels Heavy Oats
3000 bushels White Provision Corn.
Families eau be supplied with Flour in small packages
at Biker's Mills, Ko. 17 Anson street, by
December 7_1_E. H. BIKER.
JELLIES, SOAP, &c.
BOXES ASSORTED JELLIES (TUMBLERS)'
25 boxes assorted Jellies (bottles)
25 boxes Colgate Soap
25 boxes Common Soap
50 boxes Silver Skin Onions
100 reams Paper, assorted
. 50 boxes Tobacco (assorted grades).
In store and for sale low by
JAMES W. BROWN & CO.,
December 7 No. 29 Vendue Bange.
COFFEE, SUGAR, ROPE, &c.
MORDECAI & CO.,
NO. 110 EAST BAY,
OFFER FOR SALE:
BAGS RIO COFFEE
JL^JO 100 bags Laguayra Coffee
78 bbls. Sugar
200 coils Rope
79 bbls. Flour
60 M Segars
MORDECAI & CO.
December 6 _j_3_
I H. GERDTS & CO.,
NO. 195 EAST BAY,
. OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES :
Q CT BAGS RIO COFFEE
OO 20 bags St. Domingo Coffee
30 pockets Old Java Coffee
50 barrels Crushed, Powdered, A and C Refined Sugars
50 barrels Brown Sugars-all grades p
20"half chests choice and second quality Hyson Tea
20 half chests fine Black Tea, some in % pound papers
5 Mids. Porto Rico Molasses
25 barr?is Muscovado Molasses
10 barrels Bright Sugar-House Syrup
100 boxes Family, Pale and Fancy Soaps
10 boxes Castile Soap
100 boTies Erng's F and Glencbve Starch ~. .
200 kegs Nails
- 200 bags Drop and Buck Shot
j-600.bundles E D. Percussion Caps
Hazard's Powder-all qualities.
November 28_ wfm6
WINES, LIQUORS, CORDIALS, &c
I A BASKETS PEEPER'S HEIDSEICK CHAMPAGNE
JL\_F .30 boxes St. Julien Claret
20 boxes Madeira and Sherry Wines
10 quart, and eighths O tard, Dupuy and Vineyard
10 eighth Pinet'Castillon'Brandy
30 bbls. Gibson's Manufactured Whiskey, all grades
20 bbls. Hannis' celebrated Acme Whiskey
5 bbls. Walters' Old Manufactured Whiskey
20 bbls. Bourbon and Rectified Whiskey
25 boxes "Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps, quarts and
50 boxes Gibson's and Hannis' Whiskey
" 30 boxes Wampoo and Stomach Bitters
10 qrs. Hamper Bottles (6s)
2 pipes Holland Gin
2' pipes Tmit, Holland Gin .
10 bbls Louis Roster's Burgundy Port Wine 4 -
10 quarter casks Sherry and Madeira Wines
200 grs. assorted Bottle and Demijohn Corks.
For sale by H GERDTS & CO.
November 28_ wfm5
TOBACCO, SE GARS, SNUFF, etc.
O er A BOXES ALL GRADES MANUFACTURED TO
50 M. Segara, different brands
50 gross Matches (Parlor and others)
20 cases Tacks
2 bbls. Mason's Blacking
2 cases Mason's Ink
500 reams Wrapping and Writing Paper
30 jars Lorrfllard, Scotch, Maccaboy, and Coarse
4 boxes hab? ro glass jars Bose Snuff.
For sale by "H. GERDTS & CO.
I November 28 . ._wfm6
FIRE CRACKERS, RAISINS,
Vrt'/YA BOXES EXTRA GOLDEN CHAP & CANAN
50 boxes new Layer Raisins
"j j SO boxes Baker's No. 1 Chocolate
5 bbls. Baker's Currants :??-.-- -
"20 boxes Baker's Citron
20 kegs and boxes Preserves
20 cases Sardines-K and % boxes '? -
20 cases Olive Oil-pints and quarts "
30 hokes Macearon! and Vermicelli
30 doi. Crosse & Blackwell's Pickles
. 2 cases Worcestershire Sauce
20 cases Coleman's English Mustard
40 boxes mixed and assorted Pickles-pints, quarts
. and J? gallons
'." " 10 cases French Mustard
.. , fi. eases Ginger Breserves.
Forsaleby '" ' H. GERDTS & CO.
November 28 _wfm6
BUTTER, LARD, CHEESE, &c
pr A FIRKINS CHOICE AND SECOND QUALITY
40 packages Prime Leaf and Extra Lard
100 boxes Choice Cheese
200 boxes Scaled Smoked Herrings
15 barrels No. 1, 2 and 3 Mackerel
5 half barrels No. 1 Salmon
<t;<;-s 50 sacks Fine Marshall's Salt
:.i jq 10 barrels New York Bacon Strips and Shoulders
iV.'.r* Wrapping Paper, Sal Soda
?-" Zs Brooms, Twine, etc
For saleby ' "" H. GERDTS & CO.
SIDES, HAMS AND SHOULDERS.
OA TIERCES, CASKS AND HOGSHEADS CLEAR
?<i\J SXDES, HAMS AND SHOULDERS, just arrived
and for sale low. WILBUR & SON,
Corner State and Chalmers-streets.
Rtt& V ftlCE i R1%E ! ?
"CitX. SACKS PRIME RANGOON RICE (200 POUN? TO
Jt) . SACK). Just received tin d for sale by
? ; ; ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
, No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumberland street.
December o mwf3
JUST RECEIVED; -DIBEOT FROM- LIVERPOOL, -
20 cases "Of BRANDY, of superiorquality; warrant?
ed for medicinal -purposes, and to suit the taste Of the
most fastidious connoisseur.
Y For sale by the case or bottle, by
: . . .- .v N. LEVIN, J?
.Nos. 104 and 106 Market street.
. December 3 S .. ?. mwf3
SUGARS COFFEE, CANDLES, &c.
HHDS. CHOICE MUSCOVADO SUGAR :: I
.?y 10 hhda.FairMuscovadoSugar
te 250 barrels A, B, Extra O and C Sugars.
."-;-?? ?? ? AISQn ; , _ '."
~ .-. :~ 75 BAGS FATRfTO CHOICE RIO COFFEE
. ' _: ^ 25 pockets Java- Coffee : ? ~: ' .'?-. :.
200 boxes Adamantine Candles.
AND, CT :
20 PUNCHEONS CHOICE PORTO RICO MO
"- . ? LASSES XL " ' ' "; :
100 coils Western Hemp Rope.
.In store and for sale by- HENRY COBLA & CO; .'
- Deceni(berxa-",?;? ? mwg- ;;
. GRK.VT REVOLUTION ; ?;', '[
I" 'ff ? : xs'Tez \/ ? >
Wine T*a?e of the United^ -Stated
Pire California Champagne,; 3
"[?jf ADE AND PBiEEP?RED AS IP?XJONE IN FRANCE,
ITL ftompm^O?Mforni*Win^ taking the plfioer
"of ImportedCTamjagne..?-.- :-c-.--.
The undersigned would caU the attention of Wme Jleal
exs and Hotel-Keepers to tho following letter, which may
give a ?>rrect'ldea:of th? quality of their Wino :, ? ' ; < :
; Xl*.r."w.:."? , 'XfamKEMsaz.Honav"',
; : ?Tmfantt.inm, October 25,1866. J
?Mzsans. BOUCHES&Co.- "
"GENTLEMEN: Having given-your California Champacno
a thorough test, .we 'take pleasure in saying that We think
it the best American Wine woihaye over used. We shall
at once place it on our-bill of Aire.. '.. - j-,-- r, .
?*?m*trmy.v * ' J. E. KINGSLEY k CO."
CAXL andTBY our ?a^
! *" ..-'/;r-BOU4JliER-&?K>.-,?-' >
November 14 4r?a3mo No. 36 DEY STBSHT, K, Y. .
" Y RICE.
WHOLE, MIDDLING AND SMALL BICE, FOB
sale low at EAST POINT MILL, Wharf-street.
December 6 ? 2*
IRISH POTATOES AND ONIONS,
OAA BBLS. IRISH POTATOES
ttZ\J\J 60 bbls. Onions
AU in fine order. For salo low by
J. A. ENSLOW k CO.,
December 0 *2 No". 125 East Bay.
DRIED APPLES-JUST RECEIV?
1 f\ BBLS. SUPERIOR DRIED APPLES.
1U For sale low by J. A. ENSLOW k CO.,
DncemberS 2 No. 126 East Bay.
HAMS! HAMS! HAMS!
TIERCES OF GOOD SUGAR-CURED HAMS,
at 22 cents per pound, at
W. J. TRIM'S,
Choice Family Grocery Store,
December 5 4 No. SO Markot street.'
POTATOES ! POTATOES!
I PA BARRELS POTATOES, FOR SALE LOW IN
LO VJ lots to suit purchasers, by
TROUT & AMSBURT,
November 19 Nos. i, 6 and 8 Market street.
NO. ll? EAST BAT.
prf\ BAGS COFFEE, RIO
OU 25 bags Coffee, Laguayra
25 mats Java Coffee .
100 bbls. Sugar, A, B, and C.
100 bbls. Brown Sugar
15 hhds. Brown Sugar
Mackerel in kits, and half bbls. and bbls. ; Herrings,
Trout, and a full stock of Groceries and Liquors always
on hand. . Imo ? November 22
HAT! HAT! HAT!
PRIME NORTH RIVER HAT, TN LOTS TO SUIT
PURCHASERS.. For sale low. by"
COURTENAY & TEENHOLM,
December 7 ftusw? No. 2 Union Wharves.
HAT, HAT, POTATOES. Z
nCkA BALES EASTERN HAY
I ?/4t 600 bbls. Potatoes, ii " .
Landing at South Atlantic Wharf, from brig "Lizzy M.
Merrill" from Richmond, Maine.
For sale by CRAIG, TUOMEY & CO.,
December 5 S No. 48 East Bay.
ROLLS PRIME COUNTRY TANNED SOLE
LEATHER. For sale by .
J. D. ALEEN & CO.,
No. 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
December 1 6
FOR SALE, 100,000 BUSHELS OF REFUSE LIME,
thoroughly impregnated ammonia, an excellent'
manure. Apply at the GAS OFFICE, Church street.
WOOD AND COAL.
500 C(>:BDS YKr'TlQW KCNB
250 ;TONS SMITH'S COAL-to arrive.
For Bale low by -
HOPKINS, MCPHERSON & co.,
November 3- No. 4 Southern Wharf.
? ? WOOLS ! WOOLS ! WOOLS !
rrVHE UNDERSIGNED TS A BUYER OF WOOLS OF j
I all textures, exclusively for English account.
HENRY TRENCH A RD,
.. .Wool . Merchant,
Exchange-street, Charleston, S. C.
(Formerly Army Cloth Manufacturer for C. S. A.)
October SI wfao2mos
PUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS]
SOLD OR PUT UP CHEAP AT NO. 70 MARKET
STREET, north side, east of Meeting.
PLUMBING done in all its branches.
November 26 mwf6
JI MW SUBSCRIBER HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
bruted .^R??T&T?n*PO"v?taS???*ft^^ cele
sumers and the trade with the following:
"ORANGE" RIFLE POWDER, in kegs, half kegs and |
KENTUCKY SPORTING POWDER, in canisters.
BLASTING POWDER, in kegs.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Quality guaranteed-equal tc any made.
Sportsmen are requested to leave their names, and
samples will be sent to them. CHAS. H. MOISE, -
Wholesale Dealer in Groceries and Liquors, '
October 12_fmw_No. 9 Hayne street.
Improved Cotton Seed.
MR. DICKSON HAS SO SELECTED AND IMPROVED
this ' Cotton that he has raised a single stalk with
523 -bolls upon it ; and others of 26 inches. high, with over
Call at our Office in Warehouse and examine a stalk
with upwards of 200 bolls upon it. . ia
SEED for sale by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.
December 3 . mwfG
PATENT COTTON TIE.
AFRESH SUPPLY OF THESE SUPERIOR IRON
TIES, for baling cotton, just received from Eng?
land. GEO; W. WILLIAMS fe CO.,
December 3 niwf 3 Warehouse Church-street.' '
: Ko. 153 MEETING STREET,1
(FORMERLY JOON AStlHURST AND CO.)
GTEOBGFE O. GOODRICH,)
PHILIP Wl?^MAN, > SOUTH CAROLINA.
JOHN ASHHUBST, )
MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS,
.,?-'? - i . ? . . ..->.->- ->. - ' r ?;? ? ..- -
. ;AIX OF WHICH HAS BEEN SELECTED WITH
CARE, AND WILL BE SOLD .TO FIRST-CLASS BUY?
ERS AT LOWEST PRICES.
,< ?ctober27 . t ; . fAugnntii 6miw
? ?noi? if IN m
FOR HAVRE-THE Al COPPERED
and copper fea toned French Bark MAZATLAN,
H. Fauvre Master, having a portion of her car?
go engaged, will, sail with dispatch. For re?
mainder of Freight or Passage, apply to
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
December 7 2 tul Ko. 125 East Bay.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE SPLEN?
DID Ship "NUNQUAM DORMIO," J. Cousins
Master, wants 300 bales Cotton to complete her
cargo. For engagements apply to
W. B. SMITH tc CO.,
December 1 mwf Gillon street, near old Postoffice.
FOR LIVERPOOL-THE NEW
^and strictly Al American Bark TOSCANA, De
)lano, Master, of small capacity, will have dis
? patch for the above port.
For Freight engagements apply to
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
December 1 No. 74 East Bay.
FOR KEW YORK.-300 BALES
-Cotton wanted to complete cargo of fine steam?
ier '.'DELAWARE,'' SimmonB Master.
For freight engagements, apply to
SHACK ELFORD & FRASER,
December 7 No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
FOR BOSTON.-THE FIRST CLASS
fast sailing Brig REDWOOD, N. C. Borden
'Master, having two-thirds of her cargo engaged
'and going on board, will sail in a few days. For
balance of Freight, apply to
J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
December 7 1 No. 125 East Bay.
FOR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.
The Brig JOHN PRICE, Strout, Master, 170 tons
^ register, well found in every respect, and ready
?for any voyage. Apply to
J. A. ENSLOW 4: CO.,
December 7 1 No. 125 East Bay.
WANTED.-A SLOOP OF ABOUT 15
? cords capacity wanted to go up Cooper River for
iwood. Apply at DAILY NEWS office, or at
C. N. AVERILL & SON'S,
November 2 No. 70 East Bay.
EJk?IITEVE STEAMSHIP T-I3STI-G
TH E STEAMSHIP
HENRY FARGO MASTES,
"TTC7TLL SALL AS ABOVE FROM SOUTH ATLANTIC
TV WHARF, on SATURDAY next, tho 8th inst
Freight taken through to Providence and Boston.
Apply to H. F. BAKER & CO.
December 3 No. 20 Cumberland street.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET UNE.
SEMI- W EE KL Y
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
MILLS, AND LANDINGS ON THE WAC
CABIAW AND BLACK RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE... w.Capt. ISAAC DAVIS
"TTTTLL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
Vf TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown every THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received daily, and stored free of charge.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES, Agents,
November 3 Accommodation Wharf.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
Steamer PILOT BOY.".. -.'.Captain W. T. MCNKLTT.
LEAVE ACUO^rhKfiQS.-roiOWtgiaJ-, ?iB?P?^^0^
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes- ]
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Monday "and
Friday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
The ELTZAHANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes- ?
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri?
The Pilot Boy wai touch at Bluffton on her Monday
trip from Charleston, and her Wednesday trip from Sa- '
Freight received dairy and stored free of charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
:.:J .FERGUSON & HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
T. M. MYRELL, Agent,
N. B.-The Steamers of this Line connect at Charleston
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
Florida steamers. November 2
CITY RAILWAY COMPANY.
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO., 1
_CHABLESTON, December 4,1866. j
mHE FOLLOWING ARE THE RATES OF FARE AS
JL established by this Company :
Fifteen (15) Tickets for.$1.00
.Seven (7) Tickets for.,. 60
Three (3) Tickets for. 25
Single fare.._. 10
School Tickets for pupils (under 12 years of
age), 25 for. LOO
Tickets can be had on application at the Company's
Office, northwest corner of Broad and East Bay streets.
. S. W.RAMSAY,
December 4 _Secretary and Treasurer.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
THROUGH TICKETS' TO- POINTS NORTH" FROM :
rr - CHARLESTON.
ri CONSEQUENCE OF FREQUENT APPLICATIONS
for THROUGH TICKETS.to points North, this Com?
pany has made arrangements with connecting Roads to
sell Tickets and check baggage through to the following
Cities, viz: -f*_ > ?
; CHARLOTTE, \ : BALTIMORE,
RICHMOND, ' V PHILADELPHIA,
WASHINGTON, V NEW YORK.
VIA COLUMBIA, DANVILLE AND RICHMOND.
Passengers wfii find this a very pleasant and agreeable
route to travel, both winter and summer Regular con?
nections made. Prices same as the route ?ia Wilming?
ton, N. C. Tietets for BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA
AND NEW YORK are good between .GREENSBORO* and :
BALTIMORE either by way of RICHMOND or via
Information can be received at the PASSENGER
OFFICE in Line-street, or from the GENERAL TICKET
AGENT, in John-street.
H. T. PEAKE,'
L. C. HENDRICKS, General Ticket Agent.
?RTIFHM LUS AND ?RMS.
DB. BLI g PA
CIAL LEGS AND
ABMS have all
fee motions of I
the natural limbs
and are pro?
nounced by Sur?
geons and other
to be the 3EST
TN THE WORLD.
. I .have, estab?
lished a PERMA?
THIS CITY, and
hope those ; .in
need will consult
and have them
.PROPERLY FITTED ON." .Remember,no Artificial
*a nm flt nmmerlv without the attendance of the patient
* SjeManm'acwry, nb more than a Glass
?tpsfe would. Dr. BLT has the STATE CONTRACT of
Jeorgia and Tennessee. Thees rtypiving-from the above
totes will be PROMPTLY SUPPLIKD. *
.Fo?-paiticulArs. address J. E. GARTNER,
AgentondHann antere*nf Dr. BLY'SPATENT ABTI
?TCIAL LULRS, ISO,SSS KESG SXaSET, ChWlfifrtOTl, 3. C
? Morwnfiek:27 . V'- ? ""TTS"" 'T .'
V?A SA V ANW AH, BRUNSWICK ST
MARY/S, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE FINE STEAMER
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
every Wednesday Morning, at 8 o'clock precisely
jesr Fr eight received daily and stored free of charge.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or at the of?
fice of JOHN MAHONEY, JR., 48 East Bay,
November 13 Above Craig, Tuomey St Co's.
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR. LISE STEAMERS
THE NEW SPLENDID IRON STEAMER
Z_ 33- ^7"^3ST03=3,
CAPT. CHAS. McGAREY,
CAPT. W. T. GARRISSON.
THE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WILL RUN
regularly between Charleston and Camden; the
"Z. B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, and
the "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camden.
Freight for all landings on the Santee and Watcree
Rivers will be received at all times, and stored free of
charge at No. ll Exchange street. All freight shipped
by this line is covered by insurance.
For further information or freight engagements, apply
to the undersigned. JAMES BROWNE,
Exchange street, Charleston,
BROCK & BENBOW, Wright's Bluff.
October 30 C. BELL. Camden.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON ~~
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP CO.
FARE REDUCED TO $25.
Leaving each Port every alternate Thursday
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDEE,
CAPT. R. W. LOCKWOOD. .
CAPT. H. S. LEBBT.
mHESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE
X MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELLING
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Passen?
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the New York
and Charleston markets can afford; and, for safety, speed
and comfort, aro unrivalled on th 9 coast.
CAPT. H. S. LEBBY,
"?T7TLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
11 Friday, December 7. at 3 o'clock P. M.
Liberal advances made on Consignments to New York.
For Freight or Passage, apply at the office of the
Agents. WILLIS Sz CHISOLM,
_ North Atlantic Wharf.
Consignees in New York-Messrs. LIVINGSTON, FOX
& CQ- ._._December 1
FOR NEW YORK.
THE A No. 1 STEAMSHIP
CAPT. W. H. WEST,
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF ON SAT?
URDAY, 8th December, at 7? o'clock A. M
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
" 3D X O T A. T O 3R3 "
lOOO TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTEB.
ON AND AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, THIS FINE
SHIP will sail from Southern Wharf, every Friday
Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above places.
All freight must be paid'here by shippers.
^-Country papers advertising "tho DICTATOR" will
please change notice to agree with above.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to the
Agency, No. 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf._October 20
MOO TONS BURTHEN,
_CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTEB,
TT7TLL LEAVE SOUTHERN WHARF EVERY FRI
T" DAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to office of
J. D. AIKEN St CO., Agents,
November 1 Na 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
33 TX 23, O 3P 33,
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK; ALSO
? by the
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and from
Sew York. "
Great Reduction in Fare to %
CALIFORNIA AND ?USTBALI?;
DRAFTS FOE ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland at tha very lowest rates.
? Passengers, on arrival in New York, wm have their ;
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on theta. .
ForTPasaago, atc, apply to M. M. QUINN.
February 27 ^ .<3a*4wwn* *Q