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WESTON DAILY NEWS,
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CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 KAYNE STREET.
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It is said that English speculators are buying up
milk on the Continent, roducing it, by a drying
process, to powder, importing it to England and
mixing it with water for uso.
The last census gives the population of New
Zealand, exclusive of tho military and their fami?
lies, at 190,607. Tuero aro about 85,000 aboriginal
na ives principally iu tho province of Auckland.
"A special dispatch to tho Now York World,"
says the Cleveland Plalndealer, " which has hereto?
fore been taking tho dispatches of tho Now York
Monopoly, to-day gave in its adhesion to tho West?
ern Associated Press."
The Sultan of Turkey is building a hot-house at
an expense of $100,000. He already has a houso
which oost moro than that, and which, as it
contains fifty or sixty women or more, wo would
baye supposed it to bo hot enough for all practical
A bureau for tho Mississippi Yalloy, through
which all necessary information may be acquired
in regard to crops, manufacturing operations, ship?
ments and stocks, grains and flour tit different
points and poriods, is to be established at St.
The Northampton (Mass.) Gazelle says tobacco
is a dull crop just now. Mo t of the tobacco
raisers in tho vicinity have two years' crops on
hand, with no more prospect of a ready sale for it
now than there was a yoar ago. At Hartford, Con?
necticut, seed leaf finds few buyers at thirty cents.
The journals of Namur state that tho Marchion?
ess DE MOM>"S and the Duchess DEL PILAU OSOBIO
DE LOS Rios have been eacb fined thirty francs, by
tho correctional tribunal of that town, and bad
their fowling-pieces confiscated, for shooting with?
out a license in tho Commune of Dave.
A large manufacturing compauy in Chicago em?
ploys a young lady on ly thirteen years of ago as
paymaster. Sho has paid out, since May last, a
quarter of a million of dollars, keeping tho time
sheets, pay-roll, and a private account-book with
and lor each of three to four hundred mon em?
A Paris correspondent write3 : "Cloaks aro to
com9 back to fashion this winter. Paletots arc to
be utterly given up, and all male bipeds who re?
spect themselves and the mandates of the Jookey
Club are to appear draped in the ample folds of
something botween a Spanish capo and tho old
A few days since, a mulatto woman and her babe
were shipped from Troy, Ohio, by an express com?
pany, as ordinary freight. Sho was taken to the
- office of tho company, her woight averaged, a bil]
of lading made out, and tho usual label for pack?
ages tied round her nock with a string. When the
train started, she was placed in charge of tho
messenger, and arrived at her placo of destination
The Columbus (Ga.) Sun of the 29th says: "Wo
are gratified to be able to state that tho Catholic
Fair has cleared between S3300 and 4000. This
sum will be largely increased by tho sale of the
remaining articles, many of which aro very v . lim?
bs?, to bo disposed of on Tuesday evening. The
Fair has provod the brilliant success which it rich
ly deserved. We believe this is tho largest sum
ever obtained in Columbus by a similar enterprise."
From tho Fernandina Courier we learn that the
Florida Annual Conference convened at Quincy on
the 16th ult., Bishop MOTTIEBE presiding. From
the proceedings wo learn that the vote for chang?
ing the name of the Church was 41 ayes to 2 nays.
Monticello was fixed upon as tho place of holding
the next session of thc Conference. Tho Rev. O.
A. MYERS was appointed to tho pastoral charge ol
the Church at Fernandina.
It waa mentioned yesterday that advicos from
Havana, Cuba, report a monetary crisis, from thu
want of specie, which has been exported or
hoarded. The Bank of Bossior bas suspended
payment and closed its doors; also the Bank of
ALmacmea de Regla (known as Fesscr's), Bank del
Comme rei o (known as Zellas), and Bank dc San
Jose. For several days there bad been a run on
the Spanish Bank, which had, on the 15th instant,
$3,303,757 in specie in its vauits with which to pay
ita paper issue, or bills amounting to $3,653.150.
Rev. W. H. MTT.TUJBN, the blind Episcopal clergy?
man, entertains some hopo of recovering his sight.
Eminent oculists have informed him that so many
are the new facilities for examining the eye, that,
in their opinion, a double operation upon the right
eye would enable him not only to distinguish ob?
jects, but, perhaps, read coarse type. Rov. Mr. M.
intends going to Europe in tho spring, to consult
an oculist at Berlin, whose reputation, in that
specialty, is world-wide.
News from Saigon (India) to the ena of October,
reports great damago to the rice fields, caused by
elephants which appeared in large numbers in the
environs of Baria. Already, during tho month of
September, they had obstructed the rood from
Bieu-Phuoc during several hours. Ono of tho
bridges between Baria and Cau-thi-way gave way
under one of these animals, which had not for a
long time been soon in such numbers in thia dis?
It is a nice thing to go to war, be victorious, and
bring your enemy to terms by assessing upon him
all tho expenses, and a margin to spare. Tho late
Prussian campaign against Austria cost $12,000,000,
which tho Emperor has levied upon bis enemies,
? thus : Austria, $28,000,000 ; Bavaria, $12,000,00? ;
. Saxony, $7,000,000; Wurtemberg, $3,200,000;
Baden, $2,400,000; Frankfort, $2,400,000; Hesse
Darmstadt, $1,200,000. Total, $50,200,000. Being
the whole stun, and a round $14,000,000 of profit
beside. Not a bad summer's work.
The Knoxville Whig, of the 19tb ult., says: "We
are authorized to say that, after Monday next, a
regular train will run to and from Clinton, on tho
Knoxville and Kentucky Railroad, with a passen?
ger car attached, for tho accommodation of travel?
lers and freight. This is the opening up of a now
and great channel of trade and travel, which will
not again be checked until we are connected with
Louisville and Cincinnati, and this will be at no
distant day. In two yoars more we shall be in
connection with South and North Carolina, start?
ing out from Morristown."
A colony of freedmen, consisting of throe hun?
dred hoads of families, comprising about two
thousand men, women and children, is to bo estab?
lished west of New Smyrna, thirty miles south of
Fernandina. They come from South Carolina,
and are in charge of General ELY. The Govern?
ment gives them one month's subsistence and
transportation, and they supply themselves with
two. The country which thoy are to occupy is well
adapted to cultivation, has a fine range for cattle,
and abounds in fish, oysters and game. Colonel
SpaAGTTE, commanding the District, has guaranteed
military protection, and with thiB military super?
vision, toge .her with well directed industry, their
condition must be greatly i nproved. They will
leave Charleston, S. C., ne^t month in steamers
for New Smyrna.
The exportation of sugar from Puerto Rico dur?
ing the past year bas amounted to 128,834,740
pounds, the value of which is calculated at four
nd a half minions of dollars. Coffee to the value
jo millions of dollars, and cotton to half a mil
>8well the total sum of the exports which
aount to nearly nine millions. The
ion of thes$rade has been with the
^over ninety-four million pounds
^whilst to the next best cus
venty-three minion pounds
]>le that very little coffee
^markets, only eighty
to England three
LAUGEST CIRCULATION.-Thc DAILY
NEWS publishes ll-e Official List of Let?
ters re:??iain;; in thc Poslo?cc at thc end
of oirli vr<A-. agreeably l" Inc following
suction or' thc New Posto?ce Lair, as the
newsooper haring thc largest circulation in
thc Ci'// of Charleston:
SECTION r?. And Ix- it further enacted. That Hate of lot?
ter? remaining uucnilod for ia any Post?nico in any city,
town or villngc. where a newspaper shall bc printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in thc nowspapor
which, being publiahod weekly or oftener, shall hove the
largest circulation within rango of delivery of tho said
JOS" AU comm unications intended for publication in
Ulis journal must bc addressed to Ute Editor of the
Daily News. No. 18 llayne-strccl, Charleston, S. C.
JSusnicss Communications to Publisher of Daily
llVcaniioi undertake lo return rejected communica?
Adocrtiscmenis outside of thc city must oe accompa?
nied vcith thc cas'i.
TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1367.
OUR NEW POEM.
THE CHAIU.ESTON DAILY NEWS bills its
renders (his morning a happy New Year, and
does so in a new dress. Heretofore wc ap?
peared in royal quarto, now tn imperial folio.
Upon tho first enlargement ol' Tnt: NEWS we
determined upon an eight-page sheet, being
thc form most generally in use in all large
cities, both in Europe and ou this Continent.
That form offers many advantages over the
four sheet paper, and an experience of years
hus pronounced in its favor. Our opinion on
lliis subject has not changed: but the reading
public of this city, always having been accus?
tomed to four-page sheels, seemed unwilling to
surrender their preference for the old custom.
We thus had continual solicitations for such a
change from our patrons. The advertisers all
wished to have their announcements on thc
outside half of thc paper. None wanted to be
"stuck away" on the inside. To obviate this
difficulty ive have at last yielded to a general
desire of our friends and-havc entered Tur.
NEWS on a new four-page race, for which wc
would bespeak the same regard and pa?
tronage, our old octavo friend so largely en?
joyed. The Old "NEWS," in retiring (with its
venerable friend, 1SGC), tenders its most polite
and heartfelt acknowledgments to a very large
circle of readers, friends and well-wishers,
and hoping that, it has not been here in vain,
respectfully solicits their continued counte?
nance for its new-born bigger brother-the
large four-page sheet, commencing with this,
tho first day of the year 18G7.
Another grain of sand has fallen from the
hour-glass. Another station on the highway ol
life has been reached by the weary pilgrim. An?
other unit, of life is gone, and death is by one year
nearer to all of us. It is a time for thought
for solemn reflection. Have we progressed
during the past three hundred and sixty-five
day?? Are we wiser or better! nas thc
growth of years brought soothing to the
troubled spirit ? Have we learned to calm oui
passions, and to open our hearts and hands to
thc promptings of heaven-born charity ? These
are meditations and interrogatories naturally
suggested by the season, and happy lliose o?
our readers whose conscience will answer them
in the affirmative.
How is it with our City? How with our
State? Again thc cry : "Watchman, what
of the night? Is it long yet to the morning's
golden dawn ?" Where are wc now ? Have
we progressed since last wc heard the annual
watchman's cry ? Wc then were under mili?
tary rule. Our rulers since have become civil,
but still we enjoy a military guardianship. Our
representatives wero knocking at thc door ol
Congress then ; wc now have concluded to
remain quietly and peaceably at home, awaiting
developments. Thc future then was dark and
gloomy ; it is cloudy still, but he of hopeful
temper may already see the dawn of a brighter
day. The National Executive has remained
true to the South (i. c. true to the fundamental
law of thc land), and now another buckler will
be held up for our defence in the declarations
of the highest judicial tribunal in the country.
We may reasonably, therefore, hope that t he
day of deliverance is nearer, by twelve months
to-day, than it was January 1, 1SC0.
We have nothing to boast of, and cannot
flatter ourselves with any great degree ol
prosperity. The crops were short ; thc people
arc poor-many of them suffering for the
necessaries of life. Our debts are great-our
resources fe\~, and tues heavy, almost be?
yond endurance. We wish we could give a
brighter coloring to the picture, but the truth
is not always, indeed not generally, pleasant.
We would tell our people be patient-trust
and hope, and all will come right.
We have, unquestionably, much also to be
thankful for, and at a solemn season like the
present it beconieth all of us to humble our?
selves before the great Searcher of hearts, and
return thanks to the Giver of all good for His
grace and manifold mercies toward us.
A happy New Year wc wish to all our read?
ers ; and may it bc our privilege to address
them many times more, and theirs to read, for
long years to come, our annual lucubrations.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, SOUTH.-We
give below, as a matter of public interest, the
state of the vote upon the constitutional
changes proposed for adoption at the last Gene?
ral Conference, viz : the change of name to
" Episcopal Methodist Church," and the intro?
duction of lay delegates into the legislative as?
semblies of the Church. It will be seen that
the sentiment in favor of these changes is im?
mensely preponderant, but as the General Con?
ference required a majority vote of three
fourths, it may yet be lost :
Change of Nome. Lay Repre?
_ , Ayes. Noa. Ayes. Noa.
Kentucky.45 7 47 ' 4
Louisville.35 31 57 10
Missouri.28 30 40 13
BL Louis.28 12 19 10
Arkansas.25 7 27 4
Little Rock.24 19 ie 29
Indian Mission. 7 00 " 7 00
Texas.27 00 26 1
West Texas.23 00 23 00
East Texas.30 0 80 0
Northwest Toxas.28 03 26 00
Pasiflc.27 8 40 1
Virginia.64 ; *-64 76 24
Western Virginia.15 7 21 1
North Carolina.66 3 48 22
Halfitm.61 2 47 7
Tennessee.55 48 68 41
Momphis.78 43 65 51
MiSMSstppl..36 52 30 45
Mobile.21 46 38 30
Georgia......109 3 117 12
Montgomery.54 12 60 10
Florida.41 2 40 3
South Carolina.104 6 103 7
The Columbia Conference casting about 12
votes, the Louisiana Conference castmg about
75 votes, and the Baltimore Conference casting
about 100 votes, are yet to be heard from. It
is believed that the first and last named will be
unanimous for both changes, but everything
teems to indicate that a majority vote of the
Louisiana Conference will be cast against
Tho Tallahassee Sentinel says: "We saw, yester?
day, the subscription book of the pastor of the
African M E. Church for tho erection of a largo
and comfortable building for the worship of that
congregation in this city. Many of our prominent
Bhavo contributed one hundred dollars
'this church. This,
WANTED-A SITUATION AS CLERK,
by a young man who has had experience tn busi?
ngs; can conic W?U rccommondod and iniluouco country
trade. For Jurthor particulars address C. W:. through ,
th? Poslortice. 2* December 31_ I
?VA A /-T-WANTEB A PARTNER,
H?? V/\J Vj. with a cash capital of FIVE THOU
9,ANI> DOLLARS, to wort; a Sea Island Plantation on
Wadmalnw. Tour miles trom Rockville Tho Plantation
consist*) ot :il>0 acres. 17> of which ha? produced
ISO pounds o' the tin<wt Sea Island Cotton to tho ?cn?.
Thu Plantation will bc managed by tho proprio.- lu per?
son, who has boca more successful lu tho prceont culti?
vation than most others. Refer to Messrs. O'ilEAlt.
ROPER ,t STONEY, South Commercial Wharf.
XsTANTED.-A~ STEAMY RESPECTABLE
VV FEMALE wishes a situation os Nursery Gov?
erness, in sonic family travelling to Florida, Cuba or Eu?
rope, this winter, or would go as an attendant on a cick
? lady. Tho best of references givou and required. Apply,
stating terms and timo of departure, to L. A. S.
Docember 24 mwf Charleston. S. C., F. O.
AK TED- A GOOD COOK AND LAUN?
DRESS, to go to Society Hill. S. C.. Tho best rof
orcuces required, and tito best wages ]inld. Apply ono
door cast of RUTLEDGE in WENTWORTH STREET,
south side._3*_December 23
ANTED_A BOOKKEEPER, OE FIFTEEN
years" practical experience, desires a SITUATION.
In thcniesntime. any one having books to bo written up,
balanced or adjusted, accounts made out. Sc., can have
the same done, ina neat aud intelligible manner, ou ap?
plication at this office, or at the ofilco of WM. HARRAL,
No. 17 Hayno-strecL _5_Docember 27
ONE OP THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
in thc culture ?nd management of Rice, wishes a
situation as Manager and General Superintendent. For
further information, apply to Messrs. G. H. INGBAHAM
and T. L. WEBB. No. 1* Vanderhorst Wharf.
SST Georgetown Times and Savannah Republican copy
and send bill tc this oflioc.
A" GENTS WANTED FOR THE LIEE,
LETTERS, SPEECHES, tc of Hon. ALEXAN?
DER H. STEPHENS, by Honry Clevcland.'Esq., late
editor of thc Augusta (Ga.) Constitiitionoltst Send for
Circulars and soe our terms and a fuU description of tho
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Main streets, Richmond, Va.
Docember 27 Imo*
ASUITABLE REWARD WILL BE PAID
for the recovery of a small CHESTNUT MARE,
li hands high, with two white foet and white in tho face.
Strayed from W. H. Slaklcr, then at Eight Milo Bottom.
Had on her a bridle and army saddle. Apply at this
oQlcc. G_December 27
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD WILL BE
paid for tho rccovcrv (or information that may lead
to tho recover} ) of TWO HOltSES stolen from tho Btablc
of JAMES M. RHETT, Green Pond. S. C., on the night
of thc 20th inst. Both are brown bays; not in very good
order; one 15J? ha- ds high, 10 years old, long toil; thc
other 12 years old, IS hands high, toil docked, but hair
has grown quito long, a rough coot, and a Northern
horse. Apply at this ol?ce. December 26
SILVER PLATE FOUND-A PIECE OF
SILVER PLATE, belonging to some of tho Taylor
family, was taken from a negro some time sinco, which
can bo had by proving proporty and paying for adver?
tisement. Apply at this office. November 23
MRS. E B. WHITE, No. 3 LEGARE STREET. WILI
_givo instruction in VOCAL AND INSTRUMENT?
AL MUSIC to a limited number of Young Ladies whe
are not connected with her School, thc exercise? ol
which will bo resumed on TFt'iine?doy, tho 2d of January,
January 1 1*
OF MISS E C. SIMONS' SCHOOL WILL BE RE
SUMED at her residence, No. 10 MARY STREET,
on Thursday, 3d January, 1867.
January i _ _1
OF THE MISSES BRODIE'S SCHOOL WILL BI
resumed To-morrow, January 2d. 1807, at No. 2;
Coming street. 1* Januory 1
MADAME A. 91. FBL'GAS'
ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS ANT
YT7TLL BE OPENED ON WEDNESDAY, QD JANUARY,
? V at No. 90 CALHOUN STREET, four .doors coat o?
N. B. Girls will be prepared for tho Normal School,
and BoyB for tho High School.
For terms (which oro moderate) and other particulars
apply as above.
JOST Private instruction in French given to young la?
dies. etu3 December 29
MISS JULIA V. ROACH
npAKES LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO HER FRIENDS
JL AND PATRONS that tho exercises of her School w?l
bo resumed on Wednesday, January 2d, at her residence,
No. 13 Society street.
Terms.-English (higher branches), S10 per quarter.
Primary Instruction, S8 per quarter. Vocal Music and
the rudiment* of Drawing taught free of charge.
References-W. Gilmore Simms, LL. D., E. T. Winltler,
D. D., Hon. N. Russell Middleton, Rev. John L. Girar
dean. tuths7 December 18
HOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
rriHE EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITUTION WILT, Bi
A. resumed ou the SECOND MONDAI'IN SEPTEM?
BER, and continue ten months. The number of pupUi
is limited to twelvu.
Thc Principal is a graduate in honors > Cambridge.
England, and has had more than twenty year ' experience
as a teacher in the south.
Careful and thorough instruction will bc given in thc
LATIN and GREEK CLASSICS, French and Spanish,
with a completo course of English studies, including
Mathematics, Commercial, Arithmetic, and Bo ik-Koop
Pupils will be treated in all respects as members ii hil
family, and will receive tho undividod caro and atton'.ii n
of thc Principal tn the preparation of their various st ti?
References.-To tho Faculty of tho South Carolina Uni?
versity, and to present and former patrons.
For terms and further particular?, address the under?
signed. RICHARD FORD, A. M.
Columbia, AugUBt, 1800. _ stuth August ll
"?T7TLL REOPEN HIS COMMERCIAL SCHOOL ON
VV Wednesday. 2d of January, 1867.
?B-No. 685 KING STREET, corner of Morris street
December 31 2
DR. HENRY M. BRUNS,
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUB?
LIC that he wiU open a CLASSICAL MATHE?
MATICAL, ENGLISH and FRENCH SCHOOL, on the
2d January next, at No. 88 Wentworth street A Ufe
devoted to tho education of youth (twenty-fl vo years of it
os Principal of the High School of Charleston), he trust*
will secure for him tho confidence of those who may
honor him with tho training of their sons.
Dr. BRUNS will give private instructions in tho Classics
and Mathematics to young gentlemen who may wish to
review those studies preparatory to College, or who mav
wish to be carried on in tho highor branches of the
He 1B also prepared to take a few boys to board on rea?
For further information, apply to himself or to
R. S. BRUNS, No. 2S Broad stroot.
December 19 _Dec. 19. 20, 31. Jan. 1, 3
ST. PHILIP'S STREET SCHOOL.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS fjCHOOL WILL BE RE?
SUMED on WEDNESDAY, thc 2d of January, 1867.
Applications for the odmisston of children will be re?
ceived ot the School-house on and after that day, between
the hours of 9 and 10 A. M. For tho present," not more
than two children from each family will be received. In
consequence of the want of sufficient funds, the Commis?
si oners will be obliged to roquiro each pupil to pay for
the books and stationery nsod by them.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRXMKE,
_ November 26_mg 8_ Secretary.
MRS. M. E. TOO MER'S SCHOOL
WILL BE OPENED JANUARY 2, 18?7, AT NO. 17
Terms made known on application.
A share of public patronago is respectfully solicited.
December 24 rnwrB*
WOFFORD COLLEGE, SPARTAN BURG
O. H., S. C.
HP HE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTEENTH
X Collegiate year w?l begin on Tuesday, 8th January,
1867, with a Faculty of six Professors. The Preparatory
School, under the immediate supervision of the Facul?
ty, will also begin at tho same time.
Tuition and contingent foes in advance, per year, $64.00
Board, payable monthly, about.12.00
Bills payable in specie, or its equivalent in currcnoy.
_ A. M. SHXPP, President.
December 14 fmwll su
OF REV. D. X. LA FAR'S SEMINARY, AT CORNER
OF CALHOUN STREET AND RUTLEDGE AVE?
NUE, w?l be resumed on Wednesday, 2d January. Pu?
pils living in the more distant parts of the city, and who
are desirous of attending this Scminarr, will now be en?
abled to do so through the present railway Acuities.
December 29 3
OF REV. A. T. PORTER'S SCHOOL WILL BE RE?
SUMED on Wednesday. 2d January, at tho School
Building, ASHLEY-STREET, ono door aboyo C?nnon
strcet_fmw4_ ' Deoember 28
. DANCING SCHOOL. ~
MONS. BERGER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HTS
patrons and the public in general that ho will re?
sume his Tuition in Dancing on tho 2d of January.
Boarding Schools and private families attended to as
usual. Apply at No. 12 GLEBE STREET.
APRACTICAL GERMAN TEACHER IS NOW FORM?
ING DAY AND EVENING CLASSES for instruc?
tion in GERMAN. Terms moderate.
For particulars, apply at
HOLMES'- BOOK STORE,
Comer Klug and Wentworth streets.
December 23 , 6
_HIGH SCiTiyOL OF CHARLESTON.
nTTHE EXEHCISI1- OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
I- resumed on Tie Inesday, 2d of January. Instruc?
tion given in Greek, Latin, French. Mathematics, and
the higher branches of English. Terms $10 por ouarter,
In advance. No extra charge for French or Stationery.
December 24_11 gul _Principal.
HAVING RETURNED TO THE CITY, OFFERS HER
servi cos as Teacher of tho Piano and Vocal Music.
Apply at No. 81 WENTWORTH STREET.
INSTRUCTION ON PIANO.
MRS. H. E. BRYAN WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON
THE PIANO to a limited number of Pupils. Term*
moderate Apply at No. 63 MEETING STREET.
MISS A. L. SALOMON,
HAVING LOCATED IN WENTWORTH STREET,
ono door cast of the Artesian Well, has resumed
tho instruction of ORNAMENTAL WORK, in tho various
branches, ootnpriaing WHITE AND COLORED EM?
BROIDERY, Tapestry and Tufted Work, Wax Fruit and
Flowers, Oriental and Grecian Painting, Sholl, Leather,
Hair and Paper Flowers, Braiding, Knitting, Netting and
Crotchet. All coders executed with promptness. MUS
LINS and LACES renovated. Also, FLUTING and
CRIMPING done to order.
Terms moderate. Apply at her RESIDENCE
Deoember 13 Imo
P. OPDEBECK.".. ;.Proprietor.
,18 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
been remodelled and- refurnished
" og public, transient visitors, or
) luxuries1 of a FIRST-CLASS
tho comforts of
rpi?li REO OT, Alt Ml'.ETlNG KUI, BE HEED ON
L To-Storrw, ??ii instant, In CotiucU Chamber, at 5
o'clock P. M. \\. ll. SMITH,
january 1_1 Clerk o? Council.
TUB LADIES' PDEIi SOCIETY.
AMEETING OF TUE MEMBERS AND EMENDS
of this Society will bc held at the Doposltorv, Chal?
mers street, TcMerraw, Jil January, at 1 P. M. A
thorough reorganization and au Election o? O?lccrs will
tait.1 placo at this nicotine.
Ey order ol' tho President. 1 January I
GRAND LODGE Ol' TUE STATE OF SO. CA., 1
C1M1J.KSTOK. January 1. 18C7. I
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THIS R. W.
Grand Bodj aro requctftod to meet thc M. W. . Mas?
ter on tho following evenings, at half-past 7 o'clock, for
tho purpose ol' installlnR tho officers of thc subordinate
Lodges, viz: Tuesday, 1st, Jefferson. No. 4; Wednesday,
'id. South Carolina, No. 1 ; Thursday, 3d, Howard. No. 3;
Friday, 4th, Marion, yo. '2, and Sunday, Otb, Schiller,
No. 30. Ey order ol* tho M. W. O. M.
JOI1N H. HONOUR, JB., M. D.,
^January 1_4_Grand Score; a-y.
GRAND LODGE OF THE 8TATE OF SO. CA., 1
CtUJUJU.-roti, December 31, 18G6. J
THE '26TH ANNIVKRSARY OE TUE INTRODUC?
TION of the Order Into this State will bc celebrated
nt Odd Fellows' Hall, comer of King and Libirty streets,
Th? Day, at 10 o'clock, A. H.
Addressee will bo dolivorcd and appropriate music
sung. Tho public, and esjeclally the ladies, aro respect?
fully Invited to attend.
15y ordor: JOHN H. HONOUR, .Tn.. M. D..
_ January 1 2_Grand Secretary.
JEFFBRSON LODGE Wo. 1, I. O. O. JF.~~
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THIS LODGE WILL
be hold TAii Evening, 1st inst, nt 7 o'olock. A punc?
tual attendance is desired, as tho installation of tho offi?
cers for the ensuing term will take place.
By order. WILLIAM E. MILLIGAN,
January 1_1 Recording Secretary.
RAMSAY CHAPTER, No. ?7, R.-.A-.M...
THE REGULAR MONTHLY CONVOCATION OF
Ulis Chapter will bo held at Masonic Hall, This Event?
ing, ut 7>< o'clock. Companions oro requested to bis
By ordor M.-.E.\H.\P.\
GEO. H. INGRAHAM. Jr.,
GHARLESTOI? LIBRARY ASSOCIATION Of
THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING OF THIS ASSOCIA?
TION will bo hold at thc Odd Follows' Ha 1 Thii
Evening, 1st ??ist?nt, at 7 o'clock. A full and pnnctua
attendance is particularly requested, as tho election o
officers for the ensuing tenn and other important bust
ness will bo transacted.
Bro. L. P. ASHBY -will deliver an appropriate Address
All members of tho Order aro fraternally invited to at
toBd. WM. CREASER, Secretary.
January 1 1
ROBERT EMMET CIRCLE.
A"T*. MEETING OF YOUR CIRCLE THIS
. , EVENING, at 7? P. M., at Masonic Hall, Apune
tuai attendance ls earnestly requested
By ordor. * JAMES POWER,
CHARLESTON FIRE ENGINE COMP ARCS
._ ATTENTION !
m HE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUI
A Company will bo held at your Hall This Evening,
1st inst, at 7 o clock precisely.
By order. -^O. McLEAN.
January 1_1 Secretary v- em., C. F. E. CO.
VIGILANT FIRE EKGl . .2 COMPANY.
A ^fP,?0,T REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
?X. at Vigilant Hall, State street. This Evening, at
o clock precisely. A full and punctual attendance is dc
sired, as business of importance will bo brought forwan
for your consideration.
By order. JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
CHARL'TON TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY
THE FORTY-SIXTH ANNIVERSARY MEETING Ol
the Society will bo held at tho Rooms of thc BOCK
doty on This Afternoon, January 1st, 1867, at hali
past 3 o clock.
Members or j enjoined to be punctual ld attendance a
tho Annual Election of Officers will take place, and otho
Important business transactod.
By order of the President.
Januny 1 2 CF. B. BREMER, Secrotary.
ELMORE MUTUAL INSURANCE"CoT
TN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REQUEST OF .
JL number of tho Cash Capital Stockholders, represent
mg sums sufficient for the purpose, a meeting of th
Stockholders of thiB Company will bo held on Thursday
January Sd, 1867, at U o'clock M., at the Office of tb
Company, Broad street.
By order of the Board of Directors.
JOSEPH WHILDEN, Secretary.
December 21_ _ jiec 21. 25, 29. jan 1 3
PORT HOY AL RAILROAD.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLT
KRS will bo hold in the buil(ung of the Allcndol
High School, on the Second Saturday in January next, s
ll o'clock, A. M. J. c. DAV ANT,
November 22 40 Secretary.
SEA ISLAND PLANTATION TO RENT FOI
ONE, TWO OR THREE YEARS.-AU that valuabl
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, known as Pa!
metto Hall, on Chlsolm's Island, at the head waters c
st. Helena Sound, containing 1000 acres of cleared land
having necessary buildings, ic Terms easy. Apply t
WILLIS & CmsOLM,
January 1_tm_North Atlantic Wliarf.
TO RENT, THE DESIRABLE THRJEI
STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, No. 45 Ese
Bay, containing ten aquare Rooms, Cistern, WcU, Par
try. Double Kitchen, Has, und all nocossorv convenience
on the premises. Apply to
J. McCABE, No. 30 Broad street.
TO RENT, THAT TWO-STORY BRICE
WAREHOUSE. No. 85 Church street, a few door
above Broad, capable of storing 1000 bales of hay. Anni
at SHIP'S PRESS, comer Anson and Havne streets
December 29_ " stnth3
TO RE NT-FINE STORE TO RENT
northeast corner QUEEN AND CHURCH STREETS
under Commercial House. thatn3 December 27
TO RENT, A YERY CONVENIENT RESI
DENCE, with largo Lot, Stables, Carriage and Woo.
Houses, and a gjod, roomy Kitchen. House contains si
good Rooms, one Dressing Room, Tantry, icc, ic, witj
gas fixtures and fino Cistern of good wclL In Uppe
Wards, within two minutes' walk of City Railroad Lo
high and dry, and situation healthy. Possession elvo!
1st of January next Apply ct THIS OFFICE,
December 14 fru
E.ARE CHANCE FOR GARDENERS AN I
HORTICULTURISTS.-An ORCHARD to be rente
within a halfmile of Stateburg. S. C., and ia miles of th
Claremont Depot, on the Camden branch of tho Soutl
Carolina Railroad. Situated on the high hills of Santec
in ono of the healthiest (having long been tho Summe
residence of plantera) aa well as best and surest fruit
producing regions of' the Southern country, this ofle
Bhonld be very attractive. The Orchard, covering a spaci
of 30 acres, contains about 5000 Poach trees, 500 Pears, ani
700 Apples. There ia a good Dwelling House, contain! ni
four rooms, with all necessary outbuildings for th
accommodation of a family, and houses for the accommc
dation of laborers. There is a Church, and a Post?me
will soon be established within half a mile of the pla?
The trees are selected with a special view to the Northen
market and are in full bearing, being from 5 to 8 year
old. Tho most liberal terms will bo given to any on
bringing skill and capital. There ls a Grapery, contain
lng 30 vines, of foreign varieties, under glass, in ful
bearing, until the last year, when it was neglected
There is a Propagating House and Nursery Beds for frni
and ornamental trees, and about 160 acres of good lani
for the cultivation of corn and cotton, belonging to tb
tract which can be obtained. The Orchard and acc?s
Bernes will bo rented or worked upon shares. Apply ti
.TAMES R. PRINGLE,
Factor and Commission Merchant
Adger'B North Wharf, Charleston, 8. C.
December 13 _ thain.
COTTON AND CORN PLANTATION TC
RENT, in Sumter District, 8 milos west of Sumte
village. The Wilmington and Manchester Railroad rum
through the tract and a station on the tract and withii
2 miles of the settlement. Location perfectly healthy
Water perfectly pure and sweet. Good accommodation
for 150 to 200 negroes. About 1000 to 1200 acres of arabl
land, cleared and under fence-fences in tolerably fal:
condition. Good dwelling house, containing 6 rooms
and all necessary outbuildings, as stab'es, barns, kitchen
storerooms, &c. There are some laborers now on thi
place who might be Induced to remain, as they are at
tached to the place. Will be sold, if desired, or rent?
for a term of years, parties can examino the place b;
applying to JOHN B MOORE, at Ststeburgh, 8. C. Trac
contains 3300 acres. Sixty hands haye been successful!;
worked on the place. Good cotton and corn land for th.
middle country. Tho proprietor of this place invite
propositions from parues desiring to Invest incottoi
planting os to cultivating this plantation on shares.
December 13 thstu
TO RENT_A ABWAND WELL PIMSHKI
TWO-AND-A-HALF-STORY BRICK HOUSE, With <
large square rooms, 2 largo attics and 2 dressing rooms
pantry and piazza, cistern, and all necessary accommo
tiona for servants, situated in Trombo Place, near thi
corner of Broad and Rutledge streets.' Apply on thi
premises to C. C. TKUMEO. inw2 December 31
mo RENT, A VERY DESIRABLE THREE
X STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, at No. U? Georgi
street containing six upright rooms, with dressini
rooms attached, pantries, etc Every room bas gas fix
tores in good order; siso, a kitchen, servants' rooms, i
large yard, and all other necessary outbuildings in per?
fect order, with Veli and cistern. Rent will be moderah
to a good tenant. For particulars, Inquire of P. ZPSTIN,
southeast corner of King and Wentworth streets.
T? THE MOUSE Wo. 18 DEE
J^^f^S^1' opposite tho Arsenal, cratsmlng eight
^?In?^th gas throughout On tho premisesarl kiSh
a i^S?l ' ^u25f?h0Dse: also, a fine wea sad cistern,
^^fPfy of fruits grapes, peaches, pears and flS
SfT??f? largo vegetable garden aUac?sdT suffidonttc
raise all the vegetables needed for a large family Thi
F"-^ THE BEAUTIFUL AK? CA
PACIOT/S STOKE, comer King and Sc^?ety street
suitable for any business. Appryto J "WWHS,
Dumber 2? 3 MANTOTJE & CO.
T? K^riT' A "FA RM SITUATED ON COOP
-*. ER River, eight miles from the dtv, contmnine 404
acres, between GO and 70 of which have been planted the
past summer. On it ls a comfortable Dwelling, Kitchen.
Barn. Stablo, and negro Houses. Apply at thia Office.
December 8 _ stathm
TH>^K!V'r' THREE ROOMS AND KTTCH?
JL EN, at No. 46 HABEL STREET. December 22
rrtO RENT, ROOMS OR HALF OF HOUSE
"^bec^ber30etT8tre6t,neTE*,,tBay- Apply ** nonso'
mo RENT.-OlfJBB ROOM IN A GENTEEL
JL private family. Also KITCHEN and Servants' rooms
For particulars apply at this Office. Ko^berM
DESIRABLE GROCERY STAND FOR
t. . kALE.-A DESIRABLE CRO0ERY STORE, situ
atedto Msxkot street, between King and Mooting, with
Wxfcires, Stock and Good Wfflofthe concern. ^,r fui
thar partirmiara apply at this office December 29
FVB. SALE,-A SUPERIOR TOP BUGGY
w--??i*i**f SF301 HARNESS, can bo bought
3^^ly by applying to WM. T. ELFJE.
jg^ghgflg _No. 00 Anson-street
"PODALE, A SraoLARS HIP IN A PHYLA
?SF^?i" ISW? of Modldne and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles students to fcdl Jostmcnort^
EL8".*?^ ci?0 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, om brac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia MedSs.
Canister. Obstetrics,a^Dtsoasefof W^mexfandClS*.
T '.Pl?Si-ip?es *nd *Tc*k? of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. AetWa iaoneof tho tart Medical Universities^
Btiwrtng medicine far a scholarship. Apply at IEE
umce- _ . ? Dooember 15
ATJ?J?T7? SALE-A FINK FARM, IN
, , GpOSE CREEK PARISH, COTtslntaw, 62 acres ?f
land, 34of which are cleared and undeir fence; ttobal
anceweU wooded. Thlsplaoe ls situated 16 mflca froL,
C^frl^t?P* 5???? State Rood, and irltbia a quarter of a
mlle of tho Northea?U3m Railroad. Thore is a fino ?rt
chard on tho place.
For information apply to
ftn? . Dr. H. BAER.
?gnberll No, 131 Mwtings???t
GOLD ! ?OLD!! GOLD ! ! !
GOLD. SILVER. BANK BILLS
UNITED STATES COMPOUND INTEREST
UNITED STATES 7-30 BONDS
STOCKS, BONDS, fcc, or all kinds, pnrchased at highes!
rate?, yAjnjjlEWM MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Brood street.
December G fmw 2mos
LOST, A POCKET-BOOK WHIL? GOING
from King street to Market and Meeting streets,
containing $14 in money, a note from James Bell for
$07 7W-100, payable 1st January, and other papers. The
Ander can keep tho money by returning the note and
papers, as tho note has boon stopped payment. Tho
i finder ?111 leave tho note at this office.
January 1 2
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP. ~
THE FIRM OF H. OLIVER k CO. IS THIS DAT
dissolved by mutual consent. Either party is au?
thorized to UBC tho name of the Arm in liquidation.
January 1_3_R. McCARREL.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ASSOCLVTED WITH
thamselves in business Mr. C. C. PLNCKNEY.
Jr., will continue thc practico of Law and Equity
undor tho firm of MEMMINGER, JERVEY k PINCK
NEY. Offices No. 60 Brood street.
January 1 tuO MEMMINGER k JERVEY.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE BECOME PARTNERS TN
the practico of Law and Equity. Olllco No. 21
Broad str?*t. B. C. PRESSLEY.
SAMUEL LORD, JE.
January 1 tu.hO CHARLES INGLESBY.
IHAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH ME TN
business my brother, LEE HOWARD, under tho
name and firm of S. L HOWARD k BRuXUER.
January 1_6 S. L. HOWARD.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP under the na no and stylo of
GRAESER, LEE. SMITH & CO., for tho transaction of a
COTTON FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, Office on NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
Wo offer our best services as heretofore to our friends
?nu ino public generally. C. A GRAESER.
GEORGE W. LEE.
A. SYDNEY SMITH.
_ , . " " CHARLES SPENCER.
Charleston, S. C., January 1, 1867. 6
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP^
THE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING IN THIS CITY
under the nome of SALAS k CO. is this day dis?
solved by its limitation. Mr. F. P. SALAS will uso the
name of thc firm only in liquidation. SALAS k CO
Charleston, 31st Decembor, I860.
January 1 j5
W" _ COPARTNERSHIP.
E, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE THIS DAY
formed a copartnership in this city under tho
name and Btyle of BONAFONT k SALAS, for tho trans?
action o?a General and Commission business as well as
for the importing and exporting of produce, at No. 118
East Bay street, and have granted to Mr. RAMON SALAS
our full power of Attorney.
_ _ , , . .V FRANCIS P. SALAS.
Charleston, 1st January-, 1867. 15 January 1
_ COPARTWERSIUP NOTICE.
WrE"H'\%3TTHIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH US
VV Mr. BEN J. F. HUGER, as a Partner in our firm
, ,"", JNO- FRASER k CO.
January 1, 1867. _tnths3* January!
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF GONZALES, WOOD?
WARD & CO. is dissolved by mutual consent.
Either of thc undersigned will use the name of thc
firm in liquidation. A. J. GONZALES.
W. T. J. O. WOODWARD.
January 1. 4_P. J. ESNARD.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE GENE?
RAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING BUSINESS in
this city under his own name. p. J. ESNARD
mHE FIRM OF W. T. BURGE k CO. HAS THIS DAY
X expired by its own limitation.
W. T. BURGE has sold out hiB interest in sold CoDart
norshtp to A. J. DEMAREST and J. R. BOYL8TON
A. J. DEMAREST, the late Copartner of the said" firm
is alone authorized to close the affairs of said firm and
sign its name in liquidation.
W. T. BURGE
January 1_(3_A. Z. DTJMCAREST.
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP
mHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
X between M. H. NATHAN and ISRAEL OTTOLEN?
GUI. under tho name and style of CATHAN k OTT0
LENGUI, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. M. H. NATHAN will continue the business on his
own account, and is authorised to sign tho name of tho
firm in liquidation. M. H. NATHAN
TjMtOM THE FIRM OF NATHAN & OTTOLENGUI,
X I return thanks for the patronage extended to me
and solicit a continuance of tho same for my former nerti
ncr, M. H. NATHAN. I. OTTOLENGUI
January 1_ tnfs3
rjlHE COPARTNERSHIP OF COLBURN, HOWELL*
X CO., Insurance Agents, is this day dissolved bv
mutual consent. j, H. COLBURN
S. S. HOWELL,
January 1 H. E NICHOLS.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE IN?
SURANCE BUSINESS at No. ll Broad street, under the
name of COLBURN k HOWELL.
._, . J. H. COLBURN.
January 1 2 S. S. HOWELL.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership under the firm name of MARSHALL
BURGE k BOWEN, for the purpose of carrying on tho
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS BUSINESS at No. 153 MEET?
E W. MARSHALL.
?. W. T. BURGE.
O. A. BOWEN.
Charleston, January 1,1867. tuthslmo January l
J. R. BOTLSTOS
IS FULLY AUTHORIZED AND EMPOWERED AS MY
Attorney to settle tho affairs of tho late firm of W T
BURGE & CO., and for that purpose to use the name ol
said firm in liquidation. A Z. DEMAREST
January 1,1867. 6 January i
THE FIRM OF CRANE BOYL8TON k CO. IS THIS
DAY dissolved by mutual consent. Either partner
ia authorized to sign tho nome or the firm in liquidation
JOHN G. CRANE.
J. REID BOYLSTON.
WM. H. TOWNSEND.
HENRY BOYLSTON, Jr.
SAM'L J. CORRIE.
January 1,1867. tuths
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS TO CRANE,
X BOYLSTON i CO., have this day formed a Copart?
nership under the style of J. R. BOYLSTON & CO for
tho transaction of tho WHOLESALE DR if GOODS BUSI?
NESS, at No. 45 HAYNE STREET, corner Market street
J. REID BOYLSTON.
ALBERT Z. DEMAREST.
HENRY BOYLSTON, Jr.
" , ^ SAMUEL J. CORRIE.
Charleston, January 1,18S7._12 January 1
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP^
riTHE FIRM OF DEMAREST 6c RUMLEY IS DIS
X SOLVED by mutual consent
C. J. DEMAREST te alone authorized to sign the name
of tho firm m liquidation. JOHN RUMLY
December 27 tbstuS* C, J. DEMAREST
_J. A. THOURON
H^sS0 ST^EIT0M VEMgg* T*V*
_ A. H. ABRAHAMS dc SONS
AVE REMOVED FROM VENDUE RANGE TO THE
large and spacious Store formerly occupied by
Messrs^ courtney. Tennent & Co.. N?. 36 HAYNE
City and Country Merchants wishing to take advantage
?f.^T,uiarket. will do well to give na a call ot No 35
HAYNE STREET, whore moy vdlT and a general ?asor?
ment of DOMESTIC and FOREIGN GOODS and CLOTH
isia, all of which are consigned.
Wo also shan have Regular Sales at Auction. Con?
signments solicited. By attention and promptness in busi?
ness, we hope to meeta share of the patronage so liberally
bestowed upon na heretofore.
_ . _ A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS,
December 5 wfrnlmo No. 36 Hayna street.
SINGLE GENTLEMEN WISHES B ARD
.JJ.5.ei?t?.v^ Tho best of reference' given.
Address C. P, D., Charleston, 8. O. '
B0T.? -^1- KA3EL.AH IS PR?>
PARED to receive Boarders, at No. 146 Meeting
etoeet. up a tobra, Her many friends and acquam tances
will please bear this in mind. Decemb^lS
THE LATE FIRM OF & N. HART & CO., OF
Charleston, 8. C.. lost all their Account Books at
^'burningof Columbia, S. C., oa the 17th of Fobruarv.
1866. The surviving partners solicit all who are aware
of being their debtors (whether or not the exact amount
of indebtedness be known) to place with either of the
partners some evidence of their obligations, at their very
earliest convenience. The most liberal indulgence will
be extended. .
Mr. a N. HART can be ?ought at tie office of Hart&
Co., corner King and Market streets.
?-The Carolina Times (Orangeburg), Barnwell Senti?
nel, Sumter Nows and Columbia Carolinian will copy
for one month._6 mwa January 1
GRAESER, LEE, SMITH & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
G. W. LEE, of Sumter. A SYDNEY SMITH.
CHARLES SPENCER, of Bishopv?lo.
January 1 tuths2mos
STOCK, NOTE, BON?,
is y . .;. ; ::'yt.;? ' 'til.: '.'.?-.?i:;
No. 22 BROJLD-STREET,
Cliaa?lestorL> S. C.
January I- .J , lt
BBEWSTER & SPRATT,
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Equity
OPPICE No. 98 BROAD STREET.
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Fumisliing doods,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
No. 103 K?ST HAY STREET.
December 21 Imo Under thc Anioricm Hotel.
. SAILORS' OUTFITTINO DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILI), Nc?. 103 East l$av.
December 21 Imo"
FALL IND WLWGUliS"
OLD AND WELL KNOWN STAND
Edgerton & Richards,
NO. DU DROAD STREET.
rriHE SUBSCRIBER BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
I Olid thu public generally that he ia now receiving
his Stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
CONSISTING OF :
BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHS
Black and Fancy Cossiniorcs, in great variety of styles
Beaver and Pilot Cloths
Plain and Figured Velvet, Silk and Casaimere Vestings.
All of which aro of the best
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MANUFACTURE.
THE BEST GUTTERS
in the country, who, from his extensive experience, both
ic El .
As Successor of Edgerton & Richards
AND CAN FTXT.
ORDERS FROM THEIR FORMER CUSTOMERS
AT A DISTANCE "WITH SATISFACTION.
J. S. PHILLIPS.
December 1 Imo
DORBAIM & MENKE.
No. 180 KING STREET,
THIRD DOOR ABO VE ITORLBECK'S ALLE?
HAVE JUST. RECEIVED THEIR NEW STOCK Ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consulting of th.
Unest FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROADCLOTHS, DOE
SKINS, and a nul variety of the neatest and latest styli
patterns of CASHMERES, VELVETS, SILKS, fcc.
Beaver and Esquimaux Cloths, for Overcoats, and aral
supply of Medium Grade Cloths and Cassim eros for Bu
They are now prepared to make up Garments as cheap
ly aa can be done in any Northern city, and finished 1:
the latest and most fashionable styles, or in any style tha
They respectfully invite their friends and the pnblic t<
call and examine thc stock for themselves.
AR orders wUl be promptly executed and gocd fits one
prompt workmanship will be guaranteed.
November 10 stuth2mo
No. 85 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUITS OF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER A3
November 27 MERCHANT TALT r.R.
WHOLESALE AND ttF.TAJL DEAJ-ZTi IN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET.
July 28 Cmos CHARLESTON. 8. 0.
EARHART, WHITFORD & CO.,
?ANUFACT?REBS AND WHOLESALE DEALER!
IN .. ' "
A MERIGAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 65, 67. 6:
XX. and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. P. GARHABT.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 Gmo A. T. HAMILTON.
DRY GOODS, ETO.
NO. 24=8 King Street,
BETWEEN HASEL AND MARKET STS.
EESPECTFULLY INVITES THE ATTENTION Ol
THE PUBLIC to bis varied Stock of
JUST OPENED, AT MUCH REDUCED PRICES
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
5000 YjJ&DS BLACK AND WHITE POPLINS, at'lSe
With a large variety of other DRESS GOODS ranging ot
the same price. . ,.
Our TRISH POPLINS and SILK GOODS are worth th?
attention of customers and those seeking styles and va?
riety, combined with cheapness. . The attention of th?
Ladles is particularly requested to the some.
The Linen Department is well supplied in SHEET
TNG and SHIRTING LINENS, with a large assortment e:
TOWELLINGS, oU of the most popular brands, and ai
much reduced prices.
CLOTH AND CASSIMERE DE?
Those socking such will find my 6-a BLACK ANC
COLORED BROADCLOTHS at $2.50 to be a very fine
PRINTS & DOMESTICS DEPART?
2000 YARDS OF COLORED MADDER PRINTS, at
12j.'c. per yard, ls offered.
BROWN GOODS.-STRIPED SHTRTTNGJAND TIOK
INGIj, proportionably cheap.
BLANKETS AND FLANNEL DE?
20 PIECES 34 FINE SALISBURY FLANNEL, at 80c.
per yard. With large lot of other brands.
ALSO, VERY CHEAP,
A very large lot BLANKETS, tri White and Colored, is
offered at from %i per pair and upwards. Particular at?
tention is paid to the
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPART?
In 7111011 will be found the Latest Stylos and Beat
Fabrics In Material and Trimming.
LACE GOODS DEPARTMENT.
1500 FRENCH LACE COLLARS aro offered at 15c.
each. Genuine Cluny, Guipure and Brussels Lacee, ai
very low figures.
1000 pieces English and French BONNET RIBBONS, In
various widths, at very low prices.
LADIES- AND MISSES- HATS, Ostrich Feathers and
Flow??, in gjeat variety.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEP?RT
' MENT., -
In thia line w?l be founds wen and carefully selected
Stock of HOSE AND HALF HOSE, for Ladies, Genta and
Chflrtmn, Best of KID GLOVES for Ladies and Gentle.'
men, Just received at very low prices. Also, Berlin Ca?
simere and Lined Thread and Silk Gloves, very reasona?
Having just REPLENISHED HY STOCK in all Its dit
ferett departments,! can assure those In wast of any?
thing in my Una, that they wul find Inge assortments in
every class of GOODS, and at snob rates that wul defy
competition. . v; ......
A coil la respectfully ooUclted. .
NO. 343 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets,
DRY GOODS, ETC.
. miS, B?RG
Just Received, at the
?, WEBB i CO.
No. 287 King street,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
WE WOULD CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
VERY LARGE AND WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF
FAHY AND STAPLE DM GOOKS,
Most of which has just been purchased by one of tho
Firm ut much lower pricea than we hare yet been able
to show tins season.
Our city and country friends, and the public generally,
are respectfully invited to examine OUR STOCK before
purchasing elsewhere. We win guarantee all Goods at
the lowest market prices.
Some Goods we are offering at very low prices,
UNEN CRASH, for Towels, at. 10c
BLEAOHKD LINEN CRASH at.. UKc
VERY GOOD LONGCLOTH at. 12Kc
GOOD SHIRTING LONGCLOTH from.IT to 28c.
GOOD BROWN SHIRTINGS at 7 yds. for.?LOO
CALICOIS at. 12Kc.
A FEW MOURNING CALICOES. ? Uttle dam?
aged, at. 12>?0.
NEW STYLES AND BEST QUALITIES, at
ONE CASE OF ASSORTED PURPLE PRINTS.
ranging from.30 to 30c.
4-1 PURPLE PRINTS, English.
4-4 BROWN MTvm PRINTS, Frensh.
We have also opened entirely now and very dsstrstla
patterns, in all of the very best makes of PRINTS.
FURNITURE PRINTS AND WHITE AND COLORED
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
WE WOULD O ALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
TWENTY-FIVE CENT COUNTER, which contains a
Toriety of Gooda at almost half price, consisting of a *?w
COLORED WORSTED PLAIDS.
COLORED CASHMERE FLATOS,
PLAID LUSTRES, for Mourning,
Together with other DRESS GOODS, which are very
cheap at twenty-five cen ta.
ALSO TO OUR THIRTY TO THIRTY-FIVE (SENT
COUNTER, which contains an assortment of
PLAIN AND MIXED POPLINS,
A FEW PIECES OF PLAIN MERINOES AND STRIPED
DaLATNES, double width, which we now offer st 30 ta
36 cents-original prices 60 to 65 cents.
We also invite attention to many other styles) ot
DRESS GOODS that wo have marked down ha similar
ENGLISH MERINOES AND COBURGS.
FRENCH MERINOES, from..KLOO to 1.25 and ?1.40.
Some of the pieces are very cheap in all ?>??/fo.
FULL LINES OF EMPRESS CLOTHS IN ALL
COLORS, in Drabs, Slates, Royal Purple, FranchBtae.
Mazarine Blue, Maroons, &c, Ac which we wlB sell
cheap : together with almost every style of DRESS
GOODS usuallyjbrought to this market
WE ABE SHOWING FULL LINES OF GOODS XH
EVERY OTHER DEPARTMENT.
CLOTHS AND FLANNEL DEPABTMENT, .
NE V STYLE HOOP SKEETS IN THE BSST
BLACK GOODS AND SXLK GOODS DEPART?
We are offering a beautiful line of Colored Silks sad.
foll one of Black Silks in all qualities.
CLOAK AND SHAWL DEPABTMENT.
HOSIERY AND GLOVE DEPABTMENT.
Full Unes of English ?nd Gorman Hoalary.
Two fall Unes of French Kid Gloves in every number:.
.OUR LINEN AND DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT wlU bs.
found well stocked with an the most nsofsu. articles mr
family and housekeeping purposes; together vfth avery
other article to be found in our line, which wa wm sell
at the lowest market prices far CASH OR CITY AC?
Our country friends can make their purchases) Say
order, or should they visit the city, we win bo glad to
have them call on us.
N. R-SAMPLES AND PRICE L?TS asst fra? of
Bharge to any part of the State.
1 I Be s uro and can st
9 OW hlffH ?W ?Wi V)
NO. 287 XING STREET,
(Bancroft's Old Stand).
PAINTS, OILS, ETC,
ALBEE & WAEBEN,
Wholesale and Retail
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
We are now offering oar Stock of
Which is complete,
GREATLY REDUCED PRICE
City and Country Merchants ara
respectfully invited to gire us a cai!
before purchasing elsewhere.
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Man ??-a? BSBnar
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