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Wn DULY NEWS, |
G: R. CATHCART, EDITOU,
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE STREET.
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TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 conta
The British Parliament will meet on the 5th of
February. It ia said Queen YICTOBIA will open it
It will be seen from our telegraphic dispatchoa
that the Congressional Committee appointed to
investigate the chargea against the Anderson
prisoners, Messrs. KEYS, STOWEBS and BYREM, have
closed their labors. They sro satisfied with tho
action taken by the Court, and have completely
exonerated the President, STANTON assuming tho
entire responsibility of discharging the alleged
The tots! debt of North Carolina, up to the 1st
of October, including interest, amounts to thirteen
A fire broke out Christmas Eve at Warrensburg,
Maine, which destroyed property to the amount of
two hundred thousand dol ara.
The Columbia Phoenix, of yesterday, aayB :
"One thousand freedmen have passed through
this city during the past week, on their way to
Florida or the West."
There are forty firms in the lumber trade in
Chicago, Illinois, employing 2000 hands, making
up 31,000,000 feet per month into doors, surfacing,
flooring, siding, blinds and boxes.
Tho following is the specie shipmen? tnr Ttnrop?
Crom New XOTK on saturday : Ul. Laurent takes out
$460,000; Deutschland takes out $195,000, and the
Otu of Boston takes out none.
Bishop POTTEB has been made the recipient of
an elegant residence by his friends. In the mean?
time, the subject of a new diocese in Brooklyn
and a eeoond in Albany is actively discussed.
The track of the railroad between Jackson, Miss.,
and Clinton, is in course of repair by chain gangs
from the State Penitentiary, under the aupervision
of one of the lessees. They are returned to their
?ells at night.
The Central Railroad of Georgia gets $3.50 per
bale on cotton from Macon to Savannah, and has
lately had a monthly income of $225,00?, andu
paying a semi-annual dividend of five per cent.
The Charlotte Railroad charges 33 per bale or
cotton from Charlotte to Columbia, 110 miles.
The Greenville Railroad gets $150 from Greenville
to Columbia, 156 miles.
On the mail route between Santa Fe and El Pasc
they have a new method of disposing of the news?
paper mail-when wood is scarce, the mail riders
frequently kindle a fire with it for cooking pur?
The present migration of blackbirds to thc
Flowery Land is unprecedented in thiB country,
History has had nothing like it since the great
migration of the Northern tribes in the middle
A singular innovation was made at a funeral ii
Paris the other day. Instead of a laudatory dis
course in honor of the individual interred, one o
his friends read extracts from a newspaper articli
In his praise.
WILLIAM B. ASTOB, JOHN JACOB ASTOB and W
W. ASTOB, and a great many more rich men, are ii
Washington. They are said to be frightened a'
the extremes into which the Radicals threaten U
plunge the country. So are New England ship
pera and capitaliste.
The Shanghai Chamber of Commerce advocate!
the construction of a railroad to connect the im?
portant cities of Soochow and Hangchow. Thii
road is regarded as the first link in a railway sys
tem to be introduced throughout the Empire.
The aggregate receipts of theatres and othe:
places of amusement, not including concerts o:
beer-gardens, in New York, on Christmas, wai
twenty-four thousand dollars. According to ac tua
count, sixteen thousand persona visited the Muse
nm on that day.
The Washington Republican says : "The mil
between SAM COLLYEB, of Baltimore, and JOBI
Wf<fii;Slkz5&&?, on the ?5te~??"?!.~" Bear Havre di
result among the "fancy" is lively, the odds, a
least in Washington, being in favor of COLLYEB
The Petersburg Index, of a recent date, says
"Mr. MACLINBEI, formerly a member of the Nortt
Carolina Legislature, and Mr. JOSEPH BAIT EB, bo tl
of Currituck County, were arrested near the Cour
House in that County, on Christmas day, by th<
Federal authorities, for being engaged in the cap
ture and robbery of a vessel during the late war
when they were not employed in the Confederate
A lunatic, from Enightstown, Ind., on Christ
mat, went into an Indianapolis establishment, pur?
chased a small bill of goods, and drew a ched
foi $100,000, which he tendered in payment, witt
a modest request that they would pay hiT the
balance in cash. He signed his name to the
check, "C. C. Thorpe, Cashier,'* and when asked
what bank he was cashier of, he replied, "all ol
The Fernandina (Fla.) Courier says : "We leam,
from persona living in the interior, that the tide of
emigration to this State just now is unprecedented
in her history. A gentleman informed us, a few
days since, that he occupied twenty-seven wagons
in one company, containing emigrants and their
household gods, all bound for Marion County. The
moat of these families are from South Carcuma."
On Sunday evening an intense excitement was
.rested at St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church,
Philadelphia. One of the candles upon th 3 altar
wan tipped over, and the flame coning in contact
with some drapery, set it on fire. A panic ensued
among the congregation, but the coolness of some
of the members allayed the fear of those who were
making from the building, and thus prevented any
accidents. The burning drapery vms speedily ex?
The proprietor of a mammoth distillery at Pitts?
burg has just made a return for the closing year,
from which it appears that the amount of whiskey
shipped by him, in bond, amounts to 26i,079 gal?
lons. The United States revenue tax on this, at $2
per gallon, amounts to $524,158, and city tax
amounts to $160.765, making a total, in the way of
taxes, of $684,923. It is probable that these figures
can be exceeded by very few persons in the United
We learn from a private letter from a friend
(says the Wilmington Dispatch), that negroes in
Edgecombe County refuse, in many instances, to
work for $15 per month and rations, under a
manager, being desirous of farming on shares,
where they can do so without a manager over them.
And on the other hand they prefer to work for
wages without a manager than upon shares under
one. The Nash farmers are offering $12 per month,
without success, and it is thought many of these
laborers will drift into Edgecombe.
The developments arrived at respecting the salt
mines of Nevada are almost startling in amount.
A single bed there is computed to cover fifty-two
thousand acres. It is solid rock salt, ninety-five
percent, fine. It now yields at the rate of two
million bushels per annum. The water rushes up
from a distance of about thirty-five feet, and makes
a constant deposit of the finest rock salt It is
proposed to sink shafts at various points, in hopes
of striking some apot where water will not be
touched, and where the salt can be quarried, as in
Hungary and Poland.
Three hundred inmates of the Central Lunatic
Asylum, at Columbus, Ohio, had a merry Christ?
mas evening in the Amusement Hall of the insti?
tution. Never before, says the Journal, were so
many of the patients allowed the freedom of the
nsO, and the occasion was one long to be remem?
bered. For prudent reasons no spectators woro
admitted, the affair being one purely for the bene?
fit and pleasure of patients. Gifts were distributed,
gaines were played, and there wa? some dancing.
Scarcely an incident occurred to mar the general
The tribe of Harshpeo claims to be an indepen?
dent State among the nations, under the general
protection of the Commonwealth of Massachu?
setts. Their territory of twenty-four square miles
is held under aa indefeasible deed from the old
Plymouth colony, with the proviso that no part of
it shall ever be sold to white men. They have an
appropriate country, wonderfully stocked with fish
and game, the oldest church, and the most famous
trout stream in New England. They elect then
own officers and govern themselves. They are
now increasing, and the present number is up?
wards of four hundred ocrais. They havo besn a
TWY peaceful tribe, there being no more crime
among them than among the same number of their
white brethren around. Their property averages
two-thirds as much as the average- of the white
jae* ia the Stats,
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-Thc DAILY
NEWS publishes thc Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Pbstpffice at the end
of each u-eelc, agreeably to Hie following
section of the Neto Postoffice JJIMC, as thc
newspaper having the. largest circulation in
thc Oity of Charleston ;
SECTION 5. And be lt further enacted. That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for In any Postofflco in any city, |
town or village, where a newspaper shall be printod,
shall hereafter bo published once only in tho nowspaper
which, being published weekly or oftcnor, shall have tho
largeat circulation within range of delivery of the said
K3- Ad communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed io tlie Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Daily
i We cannot undertake lo return rejected commumca
Advertisements outside of me eily must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
SATURDA? MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1867.
COMMERCE OF THE PORT.
Notwithstanding the dullness that pervaded
our market during nearly the whole of the first
month of the quarter ending December 31,
I860 (occasioned chiefly by tho sickness pre?
vailing at that time), yet tho imports and ex?
ports of this quarter compared very favorably
with those of the corresponding three months
of tie year 1866, and exhibit such a marked
improvement as to indicate the revival of our
former commercial prosperity.
On a careful examination of the figures of
the last three months, as shown in our tabular
statements of this morning, we find that in the
foreign and coastwise exports of cotton, tho
increase of tho fourth quarter of 1866 over the
same period of the year 1865, ia nearly 20,000
bales, while a comparison of the total value of
exports for tho same time shows an excess in
favor of the fourth quarter of 1866 of over
This is certainly a source of congratulation,
as it indicates that, if under the most adverse
circumstances, the trade of our port exhibits
such an improved condition, what we may not
anticipate when capital sufficient shall be cen?
tred here to give an additional impetus to all
branches of commerce and manufactures.
The following figures show tho business
transactions of the last three months :
Receipts from customs.$88,833 46
Valus of imports.169,763 CO
Value of merchandise warehoused. 38,371 00
Value of foreign exports.3,331,513 00
Value of coastwiso exports.5,598,313 00
No. of. Tom.
Vassals engaged in foreign trade.68 15,966
Vessels engaged In coastwise trade.319 158,398
THE NEW STATE TAX.
A communication in another column, directs
attention to the recent enactment by the Gen?
eral Assemby of South Carolina, of a Tax Law
for 1866 and 1867. The merchants and business
men of every grade will doubtless move at
once in this matter, both in their individual
and corporate capacities. We do not know by
whom this Tax Rill was drawn, but it is clear
that it was hastily prepared, and is as far from
an equitable apportionment of the burden as a
Tax Bill well can be. We know nothing of its
history, but from the internal evidence, should
say that it was tinkered up in the committee
room to the last possible moment, and then
rapidly smuggled through the several readings
into the dignity of an "Ait." How strange
that the most important of all laws should al?
ways be thus ushered into being. The Legis?
lature spendsTiours, days and weeks, discussing
unimportant questions, tho Tax and Appro?
priation Bills being loft entirely to the Com?
mittee of Ways and Means. The House, to all
intents and purposes, never passes on them at
all. The Clerk reads them in a formal, mo?
notonous manner, no one listening ; and whee
committee knows what the Tax Law is ; and we
never can have a well digested Tax Bill until
the time for the meeting of our General As?
sembly is changed. What are Tax and Appro?
priation Bills when set in the balance against
visions of Christmas turkey and smoking plum
The Act just passed is open to objections on
various grounds. In the first place, insofar as
it relates to a tax for the year 1866, it is
clearly an ?x-post-faclo law and canuot be exe?
cuted. Commission merchants, auctioneers
and others are taxed from two to ten per cent?
?n their sales for 1866, the proceeds of which,
in many'cases, have long since been returned
and the accounts closed. There are houses
here, for instance, selling whiskey for parties
in Cincinnati, Baltimore, otc, on which they
charged, say from two-and-half to five per cent,
commission. They have made return sales for
the past year and paid in the money. The
two-and-a-half to five per cent, commission is
now all they havo to show for the transaction.
And yet the State now asks these commission
merchants to pay $10 on every $100, or from
one to three hundred per cent, more than the
total amount of their commissions. This is
robbery, not taxation .'
The tax on real estate is thirty cents on
every dollar, and this is the only low tax in
the whole schedule. The system is iniquitous,
and especially detrimental to all the inter?
ests of our city. Whether or not oil the appro?
priations made by the Legislature were neces?
sary, is not to the present purpose. We
might have* grumbled at heavy taxation, no
matter how equitably the burden had been ap?
portioned, but we would have had no special
grounds for our objections. As it is, the fact
of a discrimination in favor of the agricultural
and to the prejudice of the commercial interest,
is so palpable and so oppressive that it natu?
rally rouses all the opposition we are capable
of. This discrimination, together with the ex
pott-facto character of its provisions for 1866,
in our opinion, offers sufficient ground for a
general resistance to its execution. The Cham?
ber of Commeroe and the Board of Trade
should lead the way in the matter ; other'cor
porations will follow. Our correspondent sug?
gests a general mass meeting of citizens at an
early date. Perhaps that would be best.
That our citizens should be sensitive to an
additional onerous tax now, when they already
pay a heavy tax to the United States, and
another to the city, is hardly to be wondered at.
We regret that our delegation in the Legis?
lature did not find time to examine the Act
before they came down. And this, too, with a
member from Charleston in the Speaker's
chair. It seems they bad first to be in?
formed of its unjust enactments, by our
citizens, who read the Act with great attention
upon its first publication in Charleston. As no
redress can be expeoted, therefore, from our
legislators, will not our leading merchants take
the matter ia hand, and rouse the public mind
to a full understanding of the case. It may
suit the narrow prejudices of certain up-country
representatives to make Charleston pay for the
entire government of the State. To tell them
that such a policy is short-sighted is of no
avail. We muBt see to it ourselves, that no
such unjust burden is laid upon our shoulders.
In old times, "when all the world went ont
to be taxed," it was understood that the tribute
required was equitable, and duly apportioned
to the means of the several individu?is who
were to pay it. There i8 ?0 reason why it
should be otherwise now. If ever there was a
time when a generous State might grant an ex?
emption from taxation to any of her citizens,
euch discretion should have been exercised at
this time in favor of our poor, charred, weather?
beaten, bombarded, and ruined city. We are
struggling to recover our lost ground, and by
way of helping us to accelerate our speed, our
alma mater (a stop-mother in this instance)
loads ns with this grievous burden.
APIiAN'TEK OK NORTH SAXXEE R WING
440 acres of primo Kier Land, is desires or ob?
taining TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS to cultivate thc
samo. A liberal proportion ot the crop will bo given to
any capitalist advancing tho money. The laud is divi.l?*!
into two tracts, of 220 acres each : ho is therefore willi ng
to routract with one or two persons for tho requisito
means. Applv to CART, KOPFF & JERVEY,
January 5 4 Accommodation Wharf.
PARTNER WANTED, WITH A CASH
Capital i>r Six or Twelve Hundred Dollars, to en- -
gago in a lucrative business already established ; will pay
from Threo to liix Hundred Dollars per month. The in?
vestment guaranteed. Address "FACTOR," Charleston
Postolllcc. 1?_January S
WANTED_AN EXPERIENCED COTTON
PLANTER, to whom a liberal salary wiH bo paid.
Reference given and required. Apply to Mr. TRUS?
COTT, Mills House._January 5
?\J7ANTED, A WHITE GIRL AS HOUSE
W SERVANT. Good references required. Apply at j
No. 3 MAIDEN LANE_Januar?- 4
WANTED TO HIRE, A COLORED GIRL
as Child's Nurse and Houno Servant. Apply at
CALHOUN STREET, opposito Collcgo street.
WANTED, A COMPETENT MIDDLE
AGED NURSE (colored) for a baby threo months
old. Good recommendations as to honesty and capacity
roqulrcd. Apply at this office. January 3
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE,
LETTERS. SPEECHES, &c. or Hon. ALEXAN?
DER H. STEPHENS, by Henry Cleveland, Esq.. late
editor of the Augusta (Qa.) Constitutionalist. Send for
Circulars and sec our terms and a full description of the
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Alain streets, Richmond, Va.
Dcccmbor 27 Imo*
TO RENT_TWO OR THREE COMFORT?
ABLE ROOMS TO RENT in a private family. In
quiro at No. 80 Tit ADD STREET. 1? January 6
rpo RENT, THE THREE STORY BRICK!
X RESIDENCE, No. 27 Vandorhorst stroet, having gas
throughout, cistern, well, carriage house, stables, sc.
Applyto SCREVEN 4: NISBET,
January 5 " _Accommodation Wharf.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE DWELLING,
with all necessary appurtenances, at No. 54 Beaufain
street Inquire at No. 275 Eing streot
! January o_stuth_
TO RENT, PART OF A RESIDENCE XI?
Mooting street, with fcrar or nvo roouiB. Apply at
?WM. n. ?AAVSUN, iso. tilt Broad street. January 5
SEA ISLAND PLANTATION TO REN V FOR
ONE, TWO OR THREE YEARS.-AR that valuable
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, knoxm as r?l
metto Hall, on Chisolm's Island, at thc head waters of
St. Helena Sound, containing 1000 acres of cleared land,
having nocessary buildings, &c. Terms easy. Apply to
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
Januaryl_tus_North Atlantic Wharf.
TO RENT, THE DESIRABLE THREE
STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, No. 45 East
Bay, containing ten square Rooms, Cistern, WeU, Pan?
try, Double Kitchen, Gas, and all necessary conveniences
on the promises. Apply to
J. McCABE, NO. 36 Broad street
January 1 tuths8
TO RENT, THAT TWO-STORY BRICK
WAREHOUSE, No. 88 Church street, a fow doors
above Broad, capablo of storing 1000 bales of hay. Apply
at SHIP'S PRESS, corner Anson and Hayno streets.
December 29 stuth3
TO R E N T -FINE STORE TO RENT,
northeast corner QUEEN AND CHURCH STREETS,
under Commercial House. thstu3 December 27
BARE CHANCE FOR GARDENERS AND
HORTICULTURISTS.-An ORCHARD to bo rented
within a half milo of Stateburg, S. C.rand 2X miles of tho
Claremont Depot, on tho Camden branch of thc South
Carolina Railroad. Situated on tho high bills of Santec,
in one of tho healthiest (having long been the Summer
residence of planters), as well as best and surent fruit
producing r?gions of tho Southern country, this offar
should be very attractive. The Orchard, covering a space
of 30 acres, contains about 5000 Peach troce, 500 Pears, and
700 Apples. There is a good Dwelling House, containing
four rooms, with all necessary outbuildings for tho
accommodation of a family, and houses for the accommo?
dation of laborers. There is a Church, and a ros tomeo
will soon be established within half a mile of tho place.
The trees are selected with a special view to the Northern
market, and are in full bearing, being from C to 8 years
old. The most liberal terms will bc given to any ono
bringing skill and capital. There is a Grapery, contain?
ing 30 vines, of foreign varieties, under glass, in full
bearing, until the last year, when it was neglected.
There ls a Propagating House and Nursery Beds for fruit
and ornamental trees, and about 160 acres of good laud
for tho cultivation of corn and cotton, belonging to thc
tract, which can be obtained. The Orchard and acces?
sories will bo rented or worked upon shares. Applv to
JAMES E. PRINGLE,
Factor and Commission Merchant,
Auger's North Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
December 13 tbs tu
COTTON AND CORN PLANTATION TO
RENT, Li Sumter District 8 miles west of Sumter
village The Wilmington and Manchester Railroad runs
through tho tract and a station on the tract and within
2 miles of tho settlement. Location perfectly healthy.
Water perfectly pure and sweet Good accommodations
for 160 to 200 negroes. About 1000 to 1200 acres of arable
land, cleared and under lenee-fences in tolerably fair
condition. Good dwelling house, containing 6 rooms,
and all necessary outbuildings, as stables, barns, kitchen,
storerooms, Ac. There are some laborers now on the
place who might be induced to remain, as they are at?
tached to the place. Will he sold, if desired, or rented
for a term of years. Partios ran examine tho place by
applying to JOHN B. MOOEE, at Statoburgh, 8. C. Tract
contains 3300 acres. Sixty hands have I con successfully
worked on the place. Good cotton and corn land for thc
middle country. The proprietor of this place invites
propositions from parties desiring to invest in cotton
planting as to cultivating this plantation on shares.
Doccmber 13_; '._t??8?l_
TO RENT, A FARM SITUATED ON COOP?
ER River, eight miles from thc city, containing 404
past summer. On it ia a comfortable Dwelling," Kitchen*
Barn, Stable, and negro Houses. Apply at this Office.
December 8 y tu th rm
ry RENT, TWO NICE SQUARE ROOMS,
and a KITCHEN. Apply St No. 29 HASEL STREE!,
near East Bay._January 3
TO RENT, A VERY DESIRABLE THREE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE at No. 52 George
street containing six upright roomB, with dressing
rooms attached, pantries, etc. Every room has gas fix?
tures in good order; also a kitchen, servants' rooms, a
large yard, and all other necessary outbuildings in per?
fect order, with well and cistern. Rent will be moderato
to a good tenant For particulars, inoulro of P. EPSTLN,
southeast corner of King and Wentworth streets,
TO RENT, ROOMS OR RALF OF HOUSE
No. 1 Society streot, near E8S?45ty. Apply at house.
TO RENT.-ONE ROOM IN A GENTEEL
private family. Also KITCHEN and Servants' rooms.
ForjMg?cnlars apply at this Office. November 27
MOUNT ZION INSTITUTE,
WINNSBORO', & C.
COUTS OF TEACHES 8.
G. A. WOODWARD, Principal.
Rev. W. P. DoBOSE, A.M., )
W. M. DWIGHT, J Assistants,
rp HE EXERCISES OF THIS- SCHOOL OPEN THE
JL 1st Monday in February.
TERMS PEB SESSION.
Board, with Tuition in all thc branches except Phi?
losophy, Chemistry and French.$130 00
Philosophy, Chemistry and Fronch, each. 15 00
Students required to furnish bed linen, covering and
For further information, address tho Principal.
OF MISS E A. KELLY'S 8CH00L FOR YOUNG
Ladies and Children will be resumed on Monday.
January 7, at No. 50 8T. PHUJP STREET.
December 31 mths3
HOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
THHE EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITUTION WILL BE
_L resumed on the SECOND MONDAY IN SEPTEM?
BER, and continue ten months. The number of pupils
ls limited to twelve.
The Principal ia a graduate in honors t Cambridge,
England, and has had more than twenty year ' experience
ss a teacher in tho South.
Careful and thorough instruction will bo given in the
LATIN and GREEK CLASSI0S, French and Spanish,
with a complete course of English studios, including
Mathematics, Commercial, Arithmetic, and Book-Keep?
Pupils will be treated in all respecta as members o i his
family, and will receive the undivided caro and acton :icn
of the Principal in the preparation of their various s tu
References-To the Faculty of the South Carolina Uni?
versity, and to present and former patrons.
For terms and further particulars, address the under?
signed. RICHARD FORD, A. M.
Columbia, August, 1800._stuth August ll
MADAME A. M. FEUCAS'
ENGLISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND
"IITILL BE OPENED ON WEDNESDAY, 2D JANUARY,
YT at No. 96 CALHOUN STREET, four doors east of
N. B. Girls will be prepared for the Normal School,
and Boys for tho High School.
For termo (which are moderate) and other particulars
apply as above.
4tsr" Private instruction in French given to young la?
dles._stag_ December 29
OF THE SUBSCRIBER'S SCHOOL WELL BE RE?
SUMED (D.V.) Monday, 7th January prox.
Applications for admission must be made previously.
December 29 s2 W. H. TARRANT, M.D.
MONS. BERGER INFORMS HTS PATRONS AND
the public in general that bis DANCING SCHOOL
will open This Hay, tho 3rd of January, at 4 o'clock, at the
Masonic Hall, corner of Eing and Wentworth street?.
For particulars apply at the Hall at the time of tuition.
or at No. 12 GLEBE STREET._ January 8
__8T. PHILIP'S STREET SCHOOL.
ri THE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE RE
X SUMED on WEDNESDAY, tho 2d of January, 1867.
Applications for the admisston of children will be re?
ceived at tho School-houso on and after that day, between
the hours of 9 and 10 A. M. For the present not more
than two children from each cunny will be received. In
consequence of the want of sufficient funds, the Commis?
sioners will be obliged to require each pupil to pey for
the books and stationery need by them.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMEE,
November 26_rag 8_ Secretary.
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
fTTHE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WELL BE
JL resumed on Wednesday, 2d of January. Instruc?
tion given in Greek, Latin, French. MsthematisB, and
the higher branches of English. Terms $10 per quarter,
in advance. No extra charge for French or Stationery.
December24_ 12 sui _Principal..
RAYING RETURNED TO THE CITY, OFFERS HER
L services as Teacher of the Piano and Vocal Music,
?y at No. 81 WENTWORTH STREET.
INSTRUCTION ON PIANO.
Tl 1*RS. H. E. BRYAN WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON
ITA. THE PIANO toa limited number of Pupils. Terms
moderate. Apply at No. 63 MEETING STREET.
December 4 _
MISS A. L. SALOMON,
HAVING LOCATED TN WENTWORTH STREET,
one door east of tho Artesian Well, bas resumed
the instruction of ORNAMENTAL WORK, in tho various
branches, oomprlsing WHITE AND COLORED EM?
BROIDERY, Tapestry and Tufted Work, Wax Fruit and
Flowers, Oriental and Grecian Painting. Shell, Leather,
Hair and Paper Flowers, Braiding, Knitting. Netting and
Crotchet All aiders executed with promptness. MUS?
LINS and LACES renovated. Also, FLUTING and
CRIMPING 'lono to order.
Terms mod?r?t?. Apply at her RESIDENCE.
December 13 . Imo
I. O. O. F_Stmiil.KR LODGE, No. 30.
AN EXTRA MEETING OF THIS LODGE WILL BE
?cld To-Morrow (Sunday) Afternoon, at 3,0'clock.
Punctual attendance ls reqnented.
A publie installation of tho elected officers -will toke
place To-Aforr?le (Sunday) Evening, at 7 o'clock.
Thc Sister Lodges and tho public, especially the ladles,
are most fraternally invited.
By order : GUST. HOFFMEYER,
Recording and Permanent Secretary
January 5 1?
CITADEL seii'AKS'- culmen.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF TUE CHURCH
and Corporation will be held on Sunday Morning,
Otb January, immediately after Divino Service. The
Pcwholdors aro particularly requested to attend.
January 6 1
CHARL'TON TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY.
rpUE REO ULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
X held at tho Society's Hall, corner Boaufaln and
Archdale street?. This Evening, nt 7 o'clock. Tho mem?
ber? aro rcquestod to be punctual, as business of im?
portance Trill bc submitted.
By ordor of tho President.
January G_1 S. D. HUTSON. Secretory.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLE STU N R. R. CO.
PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT OF
Incorporation, a meeting of the subscribers to the
Capital Stock of this Company will bo held at tho Plant?
ers & Mechanics' Bank building. East Bay, on Thursday.
tho 10th day of January, at 12 o'clock meridian, for tho
purpose of a complete organization of Bald Company,
and for thc election of a Direction, to servo for ono year,
or until another election ?hall be made.
G. W. WILLIAMS, I
J. HEID BOYLSTON, I
WM. S. HASTIE, f Trustees.
JOHN 8. RYAN, I
F. T. WILLIS, J
D8cembor27 _thea 7
1. O. O. F.
GRAND LODGE OF THE STATE OF SO. CA, 1
CHARLESTON, January 1, 18G7. J
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THIS R W.
GrandBodj are requested to meet thc M. W. .. Mas?
ter on tho following evenings, at half-past 7 o'clook, for
the purposo o' Installing the officers of the snboihlinato
Lodges, viz: Tuesday, 1st, Jefferson, No. 4; Wednesday,
2d, South Carolina, No. 1; Thursday, 3d, Howard, No. 3;
Friday, 4th, Marion. No. 2, and Sunda v. 6th, Schiller,
No. 30. By order of tho M. W. G. il.
JOHN H. HONOUR, Ju., M. D.,
January 1 4 Grand Socre'ary.
PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS will bo held In the building of the Allendale
High School, on the Second Saturday in January next, at
ll o'clock. A. M. J. C. DAV ANT,
November 23 40_8 ocre ta ry.
TTTE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH US
M V Afr, BENT. F, HTTGEE, a? ? Tit??er lu our ttrm.
JNO. FRASER tc CO.
January 1, 1867._tnths3?_January 1 ?
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE GENE?
RAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING BUSINESS in
this city under his own name. P. J. ESN ARD.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
fTVHE FIRM OF DEMAEEST & RUMLEY IS DIS
JL SOLVED by mutual consent.
C. J. DEMAREST ls alone authorized to sign tho name
of tho firm in liquidation. JOHN RUMLY
December 27 thstuS* C. J. DEMAREST.
ME HENRYK. SILLIMAN HAS BEEN ASSOCIATED
with us as a partner ta our firm from thc 1st Inst.
January 4 8 JAMES ADQER & CO.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
between M. H. NATHAN and ISRAEL OTTOLEN
GUL under the name and style of ?> ?THAN tz OTTO
LENGUI, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. M. H NATHAN will continue the business on his
own account, and ia authorised to sign tho name of the
firm in liquidation. M. H. NATHAN.
FROM THE FIRM OF NATHAN & OTTOLENGUI,
I return thanks for the patronage extended to me,
and solicit a continuance of the same for my former part?
ner, M. H. NATHAN. L OTTOLENGUL
January 1 tufs3
DISSOLUTION OE COPARTNERSHIP.
THE FIRM OF T. S. tz T. G. BUDD IS THIS DAY
dissolved by mutual consent. Either party ls au?
thorized to sign the name of tho firm in settlement of its
affairs. THOMAS S. BUDD.
THOMAS G. BUDD.
December 31, I860.
HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A COPARTNERSHIP
under the name of BUDD tz BLAKE, for tho trans?
action or a GENERAL COMMISSION. FACTORAGE
AND SHIPPING BUSINESS. Office, BOYCE & CO.'S
Liberal Advances made on Produce consigned to om
friends ta Europe and at tho North.
THOMAS S. BUDD.
JULIUS A BLAKE.
January 1. 1867. 3 January 3
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
fTTHE FIRM OF KING & CASSTDEY TS THIS DA?
I dissolved by Mutual consent.
The firm ol DO WIE tz MOISE axe authorized to dos?
the business, at No. lil Meeting street, opposite Charles
ton Hotel. E D. KING,
J. J. CASSLDEY.
JANUARY/ 1, 1867. 3 January 3
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
PARTNERSHIP, under tho name and style o:
DOWIE A- MOISE for the purpose of carrying on th<
Wholesale Drug Bunin OBS in the City of Charleston.
GEO. BOWIE and B. F. MOISE aro tho general part
- BENJ. D. LAZARUS is the special partner, and has
??ontrlbutod the sum of Fifteen Thousand DoBars in casi
n. The Partnership commen?as first day of January, 1867,
\%ad expires first day of January, 1870.
Y Lu witness whereof we bavo hereunto set our han di
and seals, this first day of January, 1867.
GEO. DOWIE, [E.. 8.1
B. F. MOISE IX,, s.)
BENJ. D. LAZARUS, [L. s.1
JANUABT 1, 1867. 3 Januarys
FROM THE WH OLESALE DRUG BUSINESS WI
return our thanks to our friends and customers foi
.thc liberal patronage extended to us, and earnestly re?
commend a continuance of the same to our successors,
Messrs. DOWIE A- MOISE E D. KING,
J. J. CASSTDEY.
JANUARY 1, 1867. 3 January 3
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
mHE FIRM OF H. OLIVER tz CO. IS THIS DAY
X dissolved by mutual consent. Either party is au?
thorized to use the name of the firm in liquidation.
January 1_3_R. McCARREL._
IHAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH ME IN
business my brother. LEE HOWARD, under thc
name and firm of S. L HOWARD tz BROTHER.
January 1_6_S. L. HOWARD.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP under the name and stylo ol
GRAESER, LEE SMITH & CO., for tho transaction of a
COTTON FACTORAGE AND GENERAL COMMISSION
BUSINESS, Office on NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
We offer our best services as heretofore to our friends
and the public generally. C. A_ GRAESER.
GEORGE W. LEE.
A. SYDNEY SMITH.
Charleston, 3. C., January 1. 1887._6
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
nrVHE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING IN THIS CITY
JL under the name of SALAS & CO. is this day dis?
solved by its limitation. Mr. F. P. SALAS will use the
name of tho firm only ta liquidation. SALAS tz CO.
Charleston, 31st December, 1866.
January 1 15
W; THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE THIS DAY
formed a copartnership In this city under the
name and style of BONAFONT tz SALAS, for the trans?
action of a General and Commission business, as well ss
for the .mporting and exporting of produce, at No. 118
East Bay street, and have granted to Mr. EAMON SALAS
our full power of Attorney.
FRANCIS P. SALAS.
Charleston, 1st January, 1867. 15 January 1
rrVHE COPARTNERSHIP OF GONZALES. WOOD
X WARD tz CO. is dissolved by mutual consent.
Either of the undersigned will uso the name of the
firm in liquidation. A J. GONZALES.
W. T. J. O. WOODWARD.
January 1 4_P. J. E3NABD. _
nriHE FLEM OF W. T. BURGE tz CO. HAS THIS DAY
I expired by its own limitation.
W. T. BURGE has sold out his interest in said Copart?
nership to A. Z. DEMAEEST and J. E. BOYLSTON.
A. Z. DEMAEEST, the late Copartner of the said firm,
is alone authorized to close the affairs of asid firm and
sign its name In liquidation.
W. T. BUBGi.
January 1 6 A.Z. DEMAEEST.
J!. R. BOYLSTON
IS FULLY AUTHORIZED AND EMPOWEBED AS MY
Attorney to settle the affairs of the late firm of W. T.
BURGE tz CO., and for that purpose to use tho name of
said firm in liquidation. A Z. DEMAEEST.
January 1,1867._S_January 1
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
a Copartnership under the firm name of Af ?BSH *T-T>
BURGE tz BOWEN, for the purpose of carrying on the
WHOLESALE DEY GOODS BUSINESS at No. 153 MEET?
W. T. BURGE
0. A LOWEN.
Charleston, January 1,1867. tuthslmo January 1
mm FIRM OF CRANE BOYLSTON i CO. IS THIS
X DAY dissolved by mutual consent. Either partner
is authorized to sign the name of the firm in liquidation.
JOHN G. CRANE.
J. BETD BOYLSTON.
WM. H. TOWNSEND.
HENEY BOYLSTON, Jr.
SAMT, J. CORRIE
January 1,1867; ruths
mHE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS TO CRANE,
X BOYLSTON tz CO., have this day formed a Copart?
nership under thi style Cf J. B. BOYLSTON & CO., for
the transaction of the WHOLESALE DEY GOODS BUSI?
NESS, at No. 45 BLAYNE STREET, corner Meeting street.
J. BETD BOYLSTON:
ALBERT X. DEMAEEST.
HENEY BOYLSTON, Jr.
SAMUEL J. CORBIE.
Charleston, January 1,1867. 13 January 1
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.-LOST, ON
the evening of the 1st, at about six o'clock, beswaas
Spring and Calhoun streets, in Rutledge avenue,- one
large well made HOUND DOG. He is red and white, and
his tail broken about a quarter of ?a length Oom the
but Any one delivering the above animal at my resi?
dence. No. 13 RUTLEDGE AVENUE, one door south of
Doughty street, will receive the obovo reward, and be
asked no questions. P. H. TBENHOLM.
TjMFTY DOLLARS REWARD WILL BE
JU paid for the recovery tor Information (bat may lead
to the recovery) of TWO HOBBES stolen from the stable
of JAMES m. RHETT, Green Pond, 8. C., on the night
of tho 30th inst Both are brown bava; not in very good
order; une 15X hands htm, 10 years old, long tail; the
other 13 years old, 15 hands high, tall docked, but bair
has grown quite long, a rough coat, and a Northern
hone. Apply at this office. December 25
GOLD! GOLDI! GOLD ! ! !
GOLD. SILVER, DANK BILLS
UNITED STATES COMPOUND INTEREST
UNITED STATES 7-:w BONDS
STOCKS, BONDS. <kc. of all kiuds, purchased ot highest
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad street.
December ? fniw 2moH
nOR SALE, A LOT OP DKSKS AND
JJ BENCHES suitable for school purposes. Apply at
this office. in th 83_December Ul
ALAU GK LOT ON THE EAST SIDE OP
Meeting, just above Mary street, running through
to Nassau street, with small Tenement on latter street,
at private sale, by
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agent?, No. 27 Broad street.
DESIRABLE GROCERY STAND FOR
SALE.-A DESIRABLE. GROCERY STORE, situ?
ated in Market stroet, between King and Mooting, with
Fixtures, stock and Oood Will of the concern. For fur?
ther particulars apply at this office._Dccomber 20
FOR SALE-A SUPERIOR TOP BUGGY
and a set of 11?GGY HARNESS, can be bought
reasonably by applying to WM. T. ELFE,
Doconibcr 19 _No. 90 Anson-strect.
FOR ?ALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHILA?
DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles Btudcnts to full instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chomlstry, Obst?trica, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren, Principles and Practice of Mcdioino and Patholo?
gy. As this is ono of tho first Medical Universities oi
tho country, a favorable opportunity Is offered those
studying medicino for a scholarship. Apply at this
Office. _December 13
AT PRIVATE SALE-A FINE FARM, IN
GOOSE CREEK PARISH, containing C2 acres ol
land. Si of which aro cleared and under fence; the bal?
ance well wooded. This place ls situated 16 miles from
Charleston, on the State Road, and within a quarter of a
mile of the Northeastern Railroad. There 1? a fine or?
chard on thc place.
For information apply to
Dr. H. BAER,
December ll No. 131 Meeting street.
TAKEN UP, GOING AT LARGE, CONTRA?
RY to City Ordinance, a red and white HEIFER
and lodged in yard of Uppor Wards Guard House.
Tho owner is rsqn?a?xL to call, pay expenses and takt
her away. E. J. KTNGMAN.
. January 5 C 1st Lieut. U. W. Police.
SILVER PLATE FOUND-A PIECE Ol
SILVER PLATE, belonging to some of the Taylo
family, was taken from a negro some time since, whicl
eau be had by proving property and paying for advei
tisemont. Apply at this office. November 23
mms HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEA'
I PLAN It has been remodelled and refurnishe,
throughout. Thc travelling public, transient visitors, o
others, will find in it all tho luxuries of a FEEtST-CLASl
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts o
The location is one of tho most airy and pleasant fo
summer. A Billiard Saloon for tho lovers of this healtr
fol exercise is attached. No pains or expenso spared t
give entire satisfaction. F. OPDEBECK.
BO ARDIS! G.-MRS. H. KAMLAH IS PRE
PARED to receive Boarders, at No. 146 Mee tin
street, up stairs. Her many friends and acquaintance
will please bear this in mind. December IS
DR. F. PEYRE PORCHER HAS REMOVED HI
remdence and office to MEETING STREET, next t
Mill's House, 2d nour. O nice hours from I to 2 and froi
6 to 7 P. M. He can also be found dally at the City Ho:
pital, Mazy ck street, from 9 to 10 A. M.
January 5 stuthl
A GRAND CONCERT
TO BE GIVEN AT THE
Thursday, Friday and Satnrda;
BY A YOUNG CONFEDERATE SOLDIER
WHO LOST HIS SIGHT AT THE SEVEN DAYS
FIGHT BEFORE RICHMOND.
HE IS A SUPERIOR PERFORMER ON TH
PIANO to Blind Tom, who ia well known througl
out tho United States.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance quarter after
? ?Sintnunco ni ou. ?junaren nair price. Reserve
Seats 52. Tickets to be had at the Hall.
January 3 3
CONFECTIONERY, TOYS, ETC.
PEEP ARE FOR THE HOLIDAYS
EEMEMBER THAT FEED. VON SANTEN, NO. 29
KING-STREET /this is his address, if you wish t
order by mail), has this season en unusually large, an
certainly the most beautiful collection of FANC
GOODS, TOYS and FIREWORKS in this city. He ha
been established here for seventeen years, and Mei
chants. Planters and families residing in or visiting th
city will find it profitable, instructive and amndng t
inspect the Goods which he is now opening at thc S ANT
CI. VUS HEADQUARTERS, and which will makesuitabl
pre ?outs ?or the earning holidays. If you cannot vlsi
hin-, personally, any one acquainted with the city wi
tell you that Vos SANTEN knows how to give satisfiu
non in filling all orders for the country, which are er
trusted to ra caro. Outside of his Shelf Goods, he offer
to the Trade TOYS, FIREWORKS and CONFECTION!
RY, put up together or separately, lu original boxes, t
prices ranging from five to one hundred dollars per cast
If you wish to buy or order any Toys or other Present
for your parents, .children or friends, in the Fancv Good
Uno, such as beautiful CABAS, WORK BOXES, CHIN
ORNAMENTS, JEWEL CASES, TOILET SETTS, FC
LIOS, CARD CASES, and most beautiful ALBUMS, cos?
lng from $1 up to ?25 each, and other ornamental as wei
as useful Presents, go to
SANTA CLAUS' HEADQUARTERS,
No, 290 KING-STREET,
Three doors below Wentworth-strcet.
November 10 stuth2mo
COR. KING AND ANN STREETS
A. D. FLEMING,
Wholesale and Retail
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM HIS FRIEND!
and the public generally that he has now andkeepi
constantly on hand a large and increased stock of treal
CANDIES of his own manufacture, as well as a complet?
stock of FRENCH CONFECTIONERIES of direct impor
tatton. With the improvements recently made to hit
Factory, he has every faculty for supplying the city ant
country trade. Merchants from the country tnaViTig pur
chases for tho HOLIDAYS are solicited to examine hit
stock, as liberal inducements will be offered to them.
December 8 Imo*
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS,
GREAT WATCH SATE ON THE POPULAR ONE PRICE
?.LAN, GIVING EVERY PATRON A HANDSOME ANT
RELIABLE WATCH FOB THE LOW PRICE OF TEN
DOLLARS. WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE, AND
NOT TO BE PAID FOR UNLESS PERFECTLY SATIS?
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.$250 to $75C
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches..200 to SOC
100 Ladies' Watches, Enamelled.100 to SOC
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches.... 250 to SOC
200 Gold Hunting English Levers.200 to 25C
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.160 to 20?
600 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 25C
500 Silver Hunting Levers.. soto IR
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 75 to 25C
SOO Gold Ladies'Watches. soto 25C
1000 Gold Hunting Leplnee_. 60 to 7i
1000 Miscellaneous Silver Watches. SO to 100
2600 Hunting Silver Watches.. 25 to 80
eeoc Assorted Watches, aH kinds..._...... 10 to 7?
OS- Every patron obtains a Watch by this arrange?
ment, costing but $10, while it may be worth $760. No
partiality shown.-6a -
lffmsm. 3. HicxxtwQ & Co.-a GRKAT UHTOX WATCH CO.,
New York City, wish to immediately dispose of the above
magnificent Stock. Certificates, naming articles, are
placed in sealed envelopes. Holders are entitled to the
articles named on their certificate, upon payment of Ten
Donan, whether it be a Watch worth $760 or one worth
less. The return of any of our corttflcaws entitles you to
the article named thereon, upon payment, irrespective
of its worth, and asno article valued hiss than $10 is
named on any certificats, lt will at once be seen that this
is no Lottery, bnt a straight-forward legitimate trans?
action, which may be participated in even by the most
A single Certificate will be sent by mail, post paid,
upon receipt of 25 cents, five for il, eleven for $2, thirty
three and elegant pretniam for $6, sixty-six and more
valuable premium for $10, one hundred and moat superb
Watch for SIS. To Agents ox those wishing employment
fins ls a rare opportunity. It ls a legitimately conduoted
business, duly authorized by the Government, and open
to the most careful scrutiny. Try tal
Address J. HICKtlSK & CO..
" !.? Mo. lift Broadway, N" K.
December 18 ln,0
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c,
NO. 359 KING- STREET,
(BRANCH OF No. 000 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.)
ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THIS ESTABLISH?
MENT ?re of the first quality. We se", no gooda
but what we can recommend and warrant to bo PURE
and GENUINE. -
Goods delivered to an part? of the city, free of charge,
October 29 .
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
PRIME YE I J LOW CORN.
/?/\f\ BUSHELS ritiMi: PENNSYLVANIAYELLOW
DUw'COKK, lu 2 bimini U3K?, to arrive por steamer
Whirlwind, aa? for pal? by H. r. HAKETt & CO..
January fi 1 No. 20 Cumberland fl rcct.
CORN IN BULK, AFLOAT.
C,rif\f\ BUSHELS PRIME wniTE MILLING
ZUvU COHN, cx-n.lir. "Ella Fls'i " ou Brown'?
ALSO, IN STORK:
700(1 bUKhi lH Prime White Milhun COHN
1000 bushels Primo Yellow Corn
4000 bushels Prime Oat?
2000 bushel* Prime limn
200 bushels Primo I'KHH
Fresh Ground Grist niul Meal.
TO ARRIVE rm semi, "D. n. STREAKER:"
6000 bushels Prime White COKN.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN A; CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite State street.
January tl 3
O A A TONS 0F VERY BEST REI) ASH COAL.
jU\J\J In yard ami for sale at the lowest markot
rates, in quantities to Putt families.
BUDD \- BLAKE.
Commission Mcrchauts, Boyce's North Wharf.
January 3 3
BALE ROPE AND BAGGING.
1 (\i\C\ COILS BALE AND PRESS ROPE-J?. ii,
lUU" and V. inch.
20 bale? Dundoo Hagging-1% end ia lbs. to yard.
For salo low to close consignments, by
BUDD & BLARE,
Commission Merchants, Boyce's North Wharf.
Jan'iary 3 3
1 /"kAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
1UUU CORN. WILLIS & CHISOLM.
r f\ TONS PURE UNADULTERATED PERUVIAN
OU GUANO, from first hundo, by
December 13 WILLIS & CHISOLM.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
A f\ HHD3. CHOICE GROCERY SUGARS
?tU 15 hhds. New Crop Clayod Molasses
50 bbls. New Crop Clayed Molasses, ex bark Orchilla.
For sale low to close consignment.
RISLEY ?: CREIGHTON,
Corno'r East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
FOR SALE. 100,000 BUSHELS OF REFUSE LIME,
thoroinrhlv imnreimaLed a. amoilla, en excellent
manure. Apply at the GAS OFFICE, Church street.
FLOUR, CORN AND OATS.
-I fr r\ BBL*. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR
JLOU 20 bbls. Rye Flour
6000 bushels Choice Old White Corn, in bags
3000 bushels heavy Oats.
In store and for salo by R. H. RU '.. :,
Biker's Milla, No. 17 Anson ?creet.
January 3 ths2
GRIST, MEAL, HORSE AND COW
DEALERS AND FAMILLES WILL BE SUPPLIEE
with tho above at reduced prices, by
E. H. RTEER,
Biker's Mills, No. 17 Anson street.
FLORIDA GOLDEN SYRUP.
AFEW BARBELS FOE SALE BY
GEO. H. INGRAHAM,
January 3 thstu3 No. 14 Ysnderhorst Wharf.
OAK, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD.
CUMBER, TIMBER AND SHINGLES.
FIRST-RATE SUP" FOR SALE VERY LOW.
iNMEYER A; SON, Factors,
January 3 aiam3_Beaufaln street.
QAA AAA SUPERIOR SEGAES IMPORT
?J v_/V-/?\J \J\J ED from Havana, of the following
celebrated brands and sizes :
MARKED TOUNO AMERICA AND FLOR SOBERANO.
LONDRES, CONCHAS, REGALIAS, FRIGENLEROS
and Bags Smoking Tobacco.
FROM PUER ESP'N WINE ANT) LIQUORS.
CATALONIA, SHERRY, MADERIA WINE, RUM, COG
NAC and Gin, Marmalade and Jolly.
For sale low, or at any price, in lots to suit purchasers
by LOPEZ ii CO.,
December 28 15 No. 71 East Bay.
LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER
Q AND 4 INCH OAK; 3 AND 4 INCH ASH; ?i POP
O LAE; y. Walnut; % Mahogany.
Orders Ulled for Gloss of all sizes and thickness at i
small advance. Also, all materials in the Stair Building
line. E. S. li. CHRITZBEBG, Agent,
No. 70 Wentworth-street, near St. Philip's.
December 28 fs6*
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
C. F. V03LER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Perwfilicals and Stationery.
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS. DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
A fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the mos
celebrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Hom<
AU the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPEES
DALLIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re
ceived for thc same.
Orders from tho country are respectfully solicited.
TEBMP T.IRTtRAT;. November 8
HM GOODS DEALERS
Stationer and Manufacturer
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, and
CARTE DE VISITE
BEGS SE8PEOTFULLY TO SAY THAT HE IS STILT
located at bis old stand.
No. 126 Nassau-st., New York,
Where he continues to supply the Jobbing and Beta!
Trade with all arri?las in the BOOK AND STATIONER!
LINE, on the most liberal terms.
Book?, Stationery; Npte, Letter, Cap, Legal Oap, BB]
and Bath Papers; Photograph Albums, Carte d? Visite
for Albums, Blank Books. Inks, Mucilage, Envelopes,
ito., Ac, In great variety and cheap.
A superior line of POCKET DIARIES for 1867.
Catalogue sent on application.
Orders promptly filled. Address
J AJEES O'KANE,
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
This Company ls now folly prepared to furnish
EQUAL EN QUALITY TO THE BEST BRANDS.
THE COMPANY HAS TAKEN GREAT PAINS
and Invested a large capital in fitting up their fae.
tory, and now ask the American Public to give
their pencils a fair trial.
AU styles and grades are manufactured.
Great care has been bestowed to the manufactur?
ing of superior HEXAGON DRAWING PENCILS,
specially prepared for tho use of Engineers, Ar?
chitects, Artists, kc.
TRADE MUSK. . .
A Complete assortment, constantly on hand, is offered
at fair terms to the trade at their wholesale salesroom,
NO. 34 JOHN STREET, NEW YOEE.
The Pencils are to bo bad at all principal Stationers-and
es-ASK FOR AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL
December IS - - imo
NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.
riTHOSE WISHING TO MAKE PRE'UNTS WILL DO
JL weD to call and examine my good is I will sell low
to' meet the tunes, and all gooda guaranteed.
MEERSCHAUM and IMITATION, FANCY BRIAR,
PLAIN, and all other kind of PIPES, latest style. 8E
GAE-HOLDEES, SEGAR CASES, and a great variety be?
longing to the trade. Imported and domestic SEGAES,
put up in 60 and 100 boxes. At
CHEAP SEGAR STORE, No. 302 KING,
A few doors above George street.
December 7 Imo
HW TORE STEAM ENOJE CO.,
ENGINE LATHES, FLANEES,
IMPROVED CAE WHEEL BOXES,
T00LS0F AU DES?UPTIONS.
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WARERQOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December 18 6xoo
1 TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN OUANO. FOB
A vi\J ?ale at lowest market rate, by
January 4_3_ 'I'. J. KERR & CO.
DIRECT FROM AGENTS, AT MARKET
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, ?75 CASH; $80 FIRST
November, with interest, approved city acceptance.
Swan Island 'luano. *20 rash; t?o 1st November, with
inter, at, approved city acceptance.
Baugh's Phosphate of Lime. Soo cash; S65 1st Novem?
ber, with interest, approved city unceptance.
Pheonix Guano, $66 cash.
Flower of Bone, unadulterated and unburnt.
Farmers' Plaster or Gypsum, warranted pure.
I i offering the above manures to planters, I do so with
evory confidence, not only having testimonial? from
planters who have used them thc past year, but tho
further guarantee that evory cargo, as it arrives from the
factory, is analyzed by Prof. Shepard, of the South
Carolina Medical College, and the high reputation of
these manures fully kept up. J. N. ROBSON,
January 1 No. 62 East Bay.
OF ALL KINDS. AT LOW PRICES; IRON AND
Stool Ploughs, Wheelbarrows. Trucks, Straw and
Stalk Cutters, Cora Shellers, Fanning and Grain Mills,
Cotton cms. Corn and Cotton Planters' Seed Drills,
Plough Casting, Gin Gear and other Castings, Hors?
Power Threshing Machines, Guano, Bone Dust, Phos?
phate of Lime, fcc. JOHN MOORE,
Becomber 10 itmo No. 193 Front-strent. New York.
THE COMPOSITION OF THIS GUANO IS IDEN?
TICAL WITH PERUVIAN. IT DIFFERS
ONLY IN THE PROPORTIONS OF THE
"?TTHTLE IT CONTAINS LESS AMMONIA, IT HAS
VV nearly twice the quantity of Phosphate of Lim.,
16 per cent, of which ls Immediately soluble Its offsets
on Cotton the past season have, in many instances, ex?
celled Peruvian Guano, lt has in no case proved less ac?
tivo in the carly growth cf the crop. When drought In?
tervenes the crop does not suffer from its uso as Is the
case with Peruvian Guano. By reason of the presence tn
lt of so large a per cent, of Phosphate of Lune its use Im?
proves the noll to an extent that cannot bc realized from
Every cargo of this Guano is subjected to rigid inspec?
tion analysis, aud is uo'ux on a basis er actual value.
T* 3 undersigned. A gent, is prepared to furnish the tes?
timony of well k no wu South Carolina planters in evidence
of the superior excellence of this Guano.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December 4 tuths*u3mo NO. ?2 EAST BAT.
PORTABLE BAND POWER
THE INGERSOLL PRESS STANDS UNRI?
VALLED FOR CONVENIENCE, ECONO?
MY, CHEAPNESS AND RA?
PIDITY OF WORK.
rCAN BE WORKED WITH TWO OR FOUR HANDS,
AND WILL TURN OUT FROM TWENTY TO
THIRTY BALES, OF FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS EACH,
The Press can be worked either alongside or under the
Ginning Boom, and thus be under cover and worked tu
all kinds of weather. It weighs two thousand pounds;
can be very readily broken apart and carried about the
On Ei.niDition and for sale at
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December U tuths3mo
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
A. S. FREITAS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY. ETC, READY-MIXED
PAINTS, IN QUANTITIES TO BUTT
No. 17? East Bay.
HOUSE, SIGN, SHIP AND ORNAMENTAL PAINT?
ING. Gilding, Graining, Imitations of Wood. Mar?
ble, and ali ether work appertaining te the trade, exe?
cuted in a neat and workmanlike manner, by
FRETTAS & RIDDELL,
No. 174 Rut Bay.
A. a FREITAS.ISAAC 8. RIDDELL
October 25 thstnSmo
ALBEE & WAHREN,
Wholesale and Retail
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
We are now offering our Stock of
Which is complete,
GREATLY REDUCED PEICl
City and Country Merchants aro
respectfully invited to gire as a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
NO. 4 HAYNE STREET,
Sign Lamp Banner.
December 17 Imo
BRIDGES & LANE,'
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
Machinery of Every Description.
TAFT'S PATENT ROLLING LETER SHEARS
No. 50 Cosirtlamd-?!., corner or Green wieta,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELO, CHAIRS. SPIKES.
Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Oar, Ship and B?tdge Bolt?,
boa Forging? of various kinds, fcc, ka.
STERLAND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forges and Jack germ
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and SU vm-Trixnmtag*.
?fiting of sU kinds. Baggage Cheela, Icc, tm.
LrND^Gafant" "* roanuftictorers Of CAR HEAD
ALBERT BRIDGES.....JOELG. LANE.
NorembxcS . rntnnibno
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMO VXD BXS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
stn** to No. 88 CHURCH STREET. OW door
north ot "Broad street. August al