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SA.T?BDAY MORNING, JANUMIY 5,1807.
PROCEDE DIX G S OP CITY COUNCIL.
TMIUTY-FUEUST REGULAS MEETING.
COCKCH. CHAMBXn, January 2, 1867.
Present: Tho Mayor, and Aldermen Ravenel, Wragg,
Gerdts, Small, O'Neill. Olney, Oak?*, Marshall, Euston,
Wbildon, Cosgrove. Butler, Courtenay-14.
The Minutes of the last meetings wcro read and con?
firmed, and tho following matters disposed of :
Applications for Junk Shop license from Samuel
Byrns and James Cummings. Referred to Committee on
Petition of Corbett & Jandroll. Agonts. praying a re?
duction in the assessment on tho building of Geo. B.
Richards, Esq. Referred to Committee on Relief.
The following communication of the Commissioners
of tho Poor was received as information:
2b the Honorable the Mayor and Aldermen of the CUy of
GENTLJCILKN: I beg leave respectfully to inform you
that at tho meeting ol tho Board of Commissioners cf tho
Poor, hold December 26, tho following gentlemen were
elected officers for tho ensuing year:
Dr. John L. Dawson, Chairman.
Mr. P. J. Barbo t. Chairman pro tem.
Dr. H. Tv". DeSaussure, Secretary and Treasurer.
H. Tv*. DESAUSSURE,
Secretary of Board of Commissioners of Poor.
OHABLEBTON, December 27, 1866.
Tho follow'a-;, communication cf Hon. W. D. Porter,
City Attorney, was received as information:
CHARLESTON, December 24,1866.
To Bis Bonor the Mayor :
Sis : At the recent session of the Legislature, there
was passed an Act authorizing the City Council to issue
bins receivable for taxes and dues to the city, not ex?
ceeding $800,000 in amount, I will send you a copy of
Thora was passed an Act dispensing with che Board of
Commissioners, appointed by the Legislature, on widen?
ing, opening and closing streets, and authorizing the
City Connell to do so, upon a vote of two-thirds of the
whole number of the body.
There was passed an Act for the better protection of
seamen and immigrants, authorizing and directing tho
City Council to license boarding houses for seamen and
immigrants, upon payment of license fee of $20, and
forbidding such boarding bousos except upon license.
Any violation of the Act to bo a misdemeanor.
There was also an act incorporating a City Ballway
Company, the tracks not to be laid without-tho concur?
rence of two-thirds of tho wholo number of the City
I think these are all the Acts that have any direct bear?
ing on the city.
W. D. PORTER.
Monthly bi Us of Orphan House, amounting to 53288,
63-100, and Ga? Light Company $2233.87. Referred to
Committee on Accounts.
Return of the City Sheriff for December, 1866, showing
an amount or $70 30-100 paid into tho City Treasury. In?
Alderman Oakes read the following report, which was
The Committee on Licenses beg leave to report favor?
ably upon the following applications for Licenses, and
recommend the granting of the same:
Durbec & Co.
The Committee also report favorably on the application
of Loving & Turner to transfer their Billiard Table Li?
cense to Turner, Rowell k Co.
Alderman Willdon made the following reports, which
wore concurred in :
The Special Committee on tho Eire Department, to
whom wa? referred the application of lhe Young America
Fire Engine Company to be allowed to retain the amount
received for sale of City Hose, respectfully report unfa?
vorably on the same. The Committee deeming it advisa?
ble that the Hose be furnished the Department through
the proper channel.
WILLIAM G. WHHJDEN,
E. W. MARSHALL,
8. G. COURTENAY,
Z. B. OAKES.
The Special Committee on the Fire Department, to
whom was referred the communication in reference to
the re-erectlon of the Fire Alarm Telegraph, respectfully
report that they do not think it advisable at this time
to recommend the same.
WILLIAM G. WHTLDEN,
E. W. MARSHALL,
8. G. COURTENAY,
Z. B. OAKES.
The Mayor reported favorably upon the application of
F. W. Chinasen, to put np a S to ?rn Engine on his lot,
State and Cumberland streets. Concurred in.
The Mayor also reported that Mr. Strass has withdrawn
his application for permission to put np a Steam Engine,
No. 20 Columbus street, and begs to be discharged from
its further consideration. Granted.
A Bul to establish the office of City Engineer, and to
provide for the inspection of Steam Engines within the
city, came np for its second reading.
The bill was amended, and the blanks filled np so as to
read aa follows:
A BILL TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICE OF CITY STEAM ESOI
SIEB, ANS TO PnOVXDX FOB THE INSPECTION OF
STEAM ENG INKS WITHIN THE CITY.
Be it ordained. That upon the passing of this ordi?
nance, there shall be established the office of City Engi?
neer; and it shall be the duty of the said City Engineer,
twice in every year at least, to carefully examine every
steam engines and belier within the city, and satisfy him?
self, by examination and experimental trial, that the said
engine and bollera aro well made of goad and suitable
material, and that the same may be safely employed In
the service for which they are used. He will also appor?
tion and fix the pressure at which the same may be used,
and shall give a certificate that the said engines and
boilers are satisfactory, which certificate may be revoked
ot ?ny time that the engines or boilers shall fail to be in
conformity therewith; and the owner or lessee shall fur?
nish whatever labor may be necessary for such inspec?
tion ox examination; and no steam engine or boiler shall
bs employed in tho city without such elamination and
certificate, under a penalty Of one hundred and twenty
five dollars for each and every offence; and the owner or
lessee of any engine or boiler shall pay into the City
Treasury, for suou certificates, once in every year, a sum
computed at the rate of fifteen cents per square foot Of
heating surface of tho boiler in use.
Ssc. 2. Every engineer running or working an engine
or boiler In the city shall first have a license from the
City Council, to be taken out every year, for which he
shall pay the sum of five dollars into the City Treasury;
and any person employing an unlicensed engineer to
work or run an engine or boiler, shall be liable to a pen?
alty of twenty-five dollars for each and every offence.
SEC 3. Every engineer applying for a license shall ac?
company his application by a certificate of his competen?
cy from thu Ci ty Steam Engineer, who shall satisfy him?
self of the qualification? of the applicant; and such li?
cense, when granted, may be revoked at any time ny the
City Council, for neglect, misconduct or incompetency:
SEC 4- It shall be the duty of the City Steam Engineer
io examine once in every month during the year, all the
?team fire engines in the city, sud to give certificates of
such examination, for which there shall be no charge.
SEC C. It shall bo the duty of tho City Steam Engineer
to attend at all fires, and report to the Chief of the Fire
Department, and act under his instructions.
Ssc 6. The first election for City Steam Engineer shan
take place on such day as may bo appointed by Council
after the passing of this ordinance, and the election
thereafter shall be on the days appointed for the annual
election of City Officers.
SEC 7. The said City Engineer shall ?ivs bond, with
sureties, to be approved by Council, for the faithful dis?
charge of the duties of his office; and he shall receive
fifty per cent of all fees collected by bim as his salary.
Ssc 8. Thia Ordinance shall apply to all machinery
driven by steam, in pile-drivers, dredging machines,
water boats, and other boats not licensed by the United
fc Upon the passage of the bill to Its second reading, Al?
derman Ravenel moved that the consideration of the
second reading of the same be postponed to the next
regular meeting, and also that it be printed. Concurred
A bill to establish the office of teacher of the "German
language" in the High School of Charleston, came up for
lu second reading, which it received. The b?l waa passed
to a third reading this evening. The hui received its third
reading, and, on motion, the title was changed to that of
an Ordmanoe, and ordered to be engrossed for ratification.
The bill reads as follows:
A BTT.T. TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICE OF TEACHES OF THE
"GEBMAN LANGUAGE" IN THE HIGH SCHOOL OF
Be xt ordained by tlie Mayor and Aldermen in City Coun?
cil assembled. That there shall be attached to the High
Behool of Charleston a Teacher of the German Language,
who shall be elected, and whese duties shall be prescrib?
ed by the Board of Supervisors. And the said Teaeher
shall receive, as a compensation for his services, a salary
. at the rate af one thousand douars per ???mm, payable
The Mayor stated to Council that since the last regular
meeting an unfortunate accident had happened in a por?
tion of a burnt building in the eastern part of the city,
which of itself would not call for any remarks In this
chamber, but for the report of the verdict of the Jury of
Inquest attaching blame to the City Authorities. The
blame in such a case Ians on the Mayor. He had exam?
ined the place, and held himself altogether acquitted of
any negligence. Still, he deemed it necessary that the
puhlio prints which had published the verdict of the
jury should, as a matter of justice, publish an the facts
connected with the deplorable occurrence. He did sot
think the investigation would snow that the civil author?
ities ware so much in default as the verdict of the Jury
implied; and. therefore, asked that Council appointa
committee to investigate ihe matter and make a report of
all the circumstances. He also asked to be excused from
appointing tho committee, and that the same be nude by
Aloerman Wragg said he had intended to offer a reso?
lution to Council upon that subject He had been some?
what struck and surprised at the course pursued by
the Jury of Inquest in that investigation. That a
body of men sworn to bring roxth the truth, tho whale
truth, and nothing but the truth, should deliberately,
without investigating all the circumstances, have pub?
lished sucha grave charge, forces the City Council to
come forward in their own Justification. "He had visited
the premises and found, on Inquiry, that immediately
after the occurrence af the fire, the walla along the streets
nod all been puned down by order of the Mayor, and
that tbs division wall, between the two burnt houses,
bad been snowed to remain standing at the desire of the
owner, who believed them strong enough to admit of
the building being re-erccted; that the height of the wall
being rather less than the width of the lot i t had fallen
within that limit and not out mto the street; that the un?
fortunate man, who was slued, had been In the habit of
using these ruins in lieu of a stable, apparently without
the knowledge of any of the partios interested, and by
one of those unforaeen caauamsa which human foresight
can never divine, he happened tobe present when the
unexpected fall took placo." He wished to bring for?
ward a plain statement of facts. One of the city papers
bad endorsed the verdict of the Jury, and some benevo?
lent individual, making uso of the editor's remarks, had
reiterated the charge in stronger language than bad ap?
peared from any other source. Ho then read from the
Mercury the communication signed "Nemo," and in con?
clusion offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That bis Honor the Mayor be and he ia here?
by requested to make a careful investigation Into the
facts connected with tho death of ?he late Thomas Fraan.
occasioned by the faning of a wan, and report themto
Council at bis earliest convenience.
The Mayor said he was not aware of any Alderman
having oom? prepared to bring tbs matter before Conn?
ell for Investigation, and was desirous that lt should be
made by others. He, however, would not shrink from
the performance of any duty, and would make the inves?
tigation as close and rigid as it could be.
Vb? resolution of Alderman Wragg waschen adopted.
At this stage of the proceedings, Alderman Gerdts.
Chairman of the Committee on Streets, stated that he
bad been authorized by the President of the City Ban.
way Company to withdraw his application presented at the
last regular meeting, and Substitute the following oom
munication, which be read, and then offered tb* follow,
OFFICE CHAKLESTON COT RAILWAY, 1
CHABLESTOS, January 3,1887. I
91? the Honorable Mayer and Aldermen.
GENTLEMEN: AS there appears to be an opposition to
our Company extending our track through that part of
East Day south of Broad street, and as we deairo to avoid
any ooaree which would conflict with the interest or
husmean prospects of so large and respectables number
?f property ownors on East Bay, ve beato ask permis?
sion to alter our . route therefrom to Meeting street,
.OTth nf Broad otreet, to the Battery, with the privilege
of th? extension through either Meeting or King streets
caa immediately procooa to execute thu rropoood exten?
1 have fha bonor to be, very respectfully, your obedient
??jan?. . _ JNO. S. BIGGS. President
Boohed, The petition of the Charleston Ballway Com?
pany, of the Sd January. 1*67, be granted, provided both
(rimfeM be laid befig* the tit^mtPt^T
Alderman Butler moved to amend the r?solution by
inserting, "Provided, also, that lt does not Interfere with
the crossing of any street railroad that may hereafter be
The resolution, as amended, was adopted.
The Mayoi ui-ue the following appointments on Com?
mittees: Alderman Omey on Accounts, Artesian Well,
Railroads, Counting and Burning old City Change Bills.
Alderman Willis on Accounts, Ral broads. Quarantine and
Publie Institutions and Buildings, Ac.
Aldermen Butler and Whllden were excused from the
Committee on Accounts.
Alderman Whllden moved that Council proceed, at its
next regular meeting, to an election for two chimney
contractors, and that the clerk give notice of the same i?
the city papers. Concurred In.
Alderman Whilden gave notice of a bill to deO.no the
rights and privileges of Street Railroads, and asked that
the notice be considered tho first reading of tho bill,
which was granted. _
Adjourned. W. H. SMITH, Clerk or Council.
COMMERCE OFTHEPORTOF CHARLESTON.
STATEMENT OT THE VAXTJE OF IMPORTS FROM FOREIGN
COUNTRIES IN AMERICAN AND FOREIGN VESSELS FOB THE
QUARTE 1: ENDINO DECEMBER SI, 1866.
FROM WHENCE IMPORTED. VALUE.
British West Indies. 6,204
V ? Qp "jbw V>
\ issi! !
ta: : : :
S: : : :
ABSTRACT OF VESSELS WHICH HAVE ENTERED THE POST
OF CHARLESTON, 8. C., FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES, DUR?
ING THE QUARTER ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1866.
CHARACTER OF VESSELS. ?0. OF, TONNAGE.
Barks. U E-?22
Brigs. " 1.938
FoScrea. 1 230
Schooners.. 9 640
ABSTRACT OF VESSELS WHICH HAVE CLEARED FROM THE
PORT OF CHARLESTON, S. C, TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES, FOB
THE QUARTER END TNG DECEMBER 31, 1866.
CHARACTER OF VESSELS. NO. OF. TONK AGE.
Ships. 5 *;
Brigs. ? 2.
Schooners. ll i.
Ot '. Sc
S: : S
.SF. . S
: : : 3
1BSTRACT OT VESSELS WHICH HAVE ENTERED THE POST OF
CHARLESTON, S. C.. FROM COABTWIHE PORTS, DURINO THE
QUARTER ENDIt*U i>?O?MBEB Di, 1?GG.
CHARACTER OP VESSKLH. NO. OF.
ABSTRACT OF VESSELS WHICH HAVE CLEARED FROM THE
PORT OF CHARLESTON, S. C., TO COASTWISE PORTS, DOR
INO THE QUARTER ENDINO DECEMBER 31, I860.
CHARACTER OF VESSELS. NO. OF. TONNAGE.
Steamers.. 92 07,761
Ships. 1 1.203
Barks. 3 1,991
Brigs. ll 3.140
Schooners. 38 9,280
At the residence of tho brido's mother, on tho 20th Do
comber, by tue Ito v. T. W. Erwin. Mr. J. Sc roven, of Gra?
hamville S. C., to Mis? Ellon Mobley, of Fairfield Dis?
trict, S. O.
On tho o venin-r of the 25 th ultimo, by tho Kev. B. F.
Parrott, Mr. Williams Howell to Alisa Mollie Galloway, all
jf Darlington District.
On Wednesday evening, 19th instant, by Rev. Wm.
Williams, D.D., Mrs. Ella, daughter of Hon. G. F. Townes,
if Greenville and Mr. Btanmore P. Brooks, of Abbovillo
On the 18thinstant, by J. R. Magill, Esq., Mr. J. M.
Saglns to Miss A. A. Kirk, all of Lancaster District.
On the 20th instant, by tho Rev. Mr. Hay. Dr. G. R. C.
Todd, of Albany, Ga., to Miss Mattie Belton, eldest
laughter of the lato James V. Ly los, of Camden.
On thc same evening, by tho Rev. J. Johnson, Mr. C. J.
Shannon, Jr., to Miss Mary Martin, daughter of General
I. B. Kershaw, all of Camden.
At Spartanburg, by Wm. C. Camp, Esq., on tho 29th
alt, Mr. B. M. Pollard to Mrs. Betsy Scay.
At Spartanburg, by W. H. Bagwoll, on thc 30th ult,
Mr. Madison Finley to Miss Malissa Kirby.
At Spartanburg, by Rev. J. G. Lon drum, on the 18th
lit,, j-leut A W. Ballinger to Miss Emma Wingo.
On the 27th ultimo, at 'tho residence of the brido's
father, by Samuel W. Maurice, Esq., Mr. Kal,aban, of
North Callina, to Miss Fleming, of Williamsburg Dis?
trict; daughter of E. F. Fleming.
OnDccemborlS, I860, by Rov. S. H. Browne, Rev. T.
H. Edwards, of the South Carolina Conference, to Miss
-arrie M. Eilgore, of Newberry.
At tbo residence of tho bride's mother, on Tuesday,
tho 18th ultimo, by Rev. James Douglass, Mr. W. B.
Thompson and Miss Sallie E. Mooro, all of Chester Dis?
On the 20th December, by the Rev. Dr. Turner, Mr.
Tames P. Gordon to Miss Nannie Carlisle, all of Abbev?lo
On the 13th December, by the Rev. J. 7. Gilbert, Mr.
T. T. Fortescue to Miss Sarah M. Link, all of Abbeville
On tho 18th of December, at the residence of the brido's
mother, by the Rev. Edward Martin, Alfred G. Howard,
of Edgcneld District, South Carolina, to Miss Cornelia
A., youngest daughter of the late CoL R. Borerly Eggles
ton, of Nottoway County, Va.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Moneta-85% tierces Rice,
279 bales Cotton, 119 bales S I Cotton, 108 bales Tarn
and Domestics, 86 packages Sundries.
The Chorlestoo Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS, 1
CHARLESTON, Friday Evoning, January 4, 1867. J
Under the advancing condition of the foreign market,
holders hero put up their prices, buyers, however, being
unwilling to meet them; transactions in the morning
were limited, but as tho day advanced tho market assum?
ed a more activo aspect, and about 300 balee changed
hands, at an improvement of about ono cent fy rb-in
most cases, prices, however, being quite irregular. Tho
sales were as follows: 45 at 30; 19 at 32; 47 nt 33; 2 at 33 >?;
73 at 84; and 92 bales at 35 conto fy lb. We quote:
AUGUSTA, January 8.-GOLD-Brokers buying at 132
and selling at 134%.
S IL VER-Buying at 125 and soiling at 130.
COTTON-Notwimslanding tho steady rain during the
day, 496 bales have changed hands os follows: G at 30;
14 at 31; 10 at 31%; 9 at 32; 7 at 33; 120 at 34; 24 at 34%.
and 98 at 35 cents. The receipts are 27 bales. We quote :
SAVANNAH, January 3.-COTTON-Friday.-Little
change tobo noticed in yesterday's quotations. About
150 balee sold, and 30%a31c paid for middlings
Saturday.-A better demand to-day, and a slight dis?
position on the part of holders to yield. Several orders
having been received, more inquiry was manifested, but
the diiUculty of negotiating still impedes transactions.
Monday.-Owing to favorable advices, the market to?
day was very excited, and tho largest salo of the season
occurred, about 2090 bales having changed hands at 31a
31%c for middlings.
Tuesday.-Owing to the holiday very little was done
to-day. We continue our quotations of yesterday-31a
31 Kc about 200 bales being sold.
Wednesday.-Little business was accomplished. The
sales were restricted and prices unchanged.
Thursday.-In spite of the weather, about 350 bales
changed hands to-day, on the basis of 31 a si Hie for Liv?
This makes the sales for the week more than 3000
bales, a larger business than has yot been accomplished.
RECEIPTS_The receipts are less than the week pre?
vious, being 7318 bales, against 9030 for the previous
week. This ls mainly attributive to the bad weather,
and not indicative of tho aggregate receipts for, the fu?
CHOP.-The popular estimate is now from 1,40^,000 to
1,600,000 bales, very few going above the last figure. This
ls principally based on the paucity of receipts to FM? date,
accumulated as they have been by thc necessities of pro?
ducers, who have in the main shipped as rapidly as pos?
FREIGHTS,-Charters are more dull. Very many ves?
sels are in port, and seeking. Shippers are less ready to
Sock on hand Sept 1.
aeceived since Dec 27..
Exported since Dec. 27.
Keck on hand Jan. 8.
WILMINGTON, January 3-6 P.M.-The continuance
)f very inclement weather, taken advantage of by many
o close up old business, is a great hindrance to outdoor
Tansactions, and especially prevents arrivals of turpeu
ine and tar by river. To-day the sales were as follows :
ROSIN-605 bbla common ai S3 35, and 80 bbls common
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-20 casks changed hands at G2
COTTON-Is firm. 28 bales sold at 32%&33 cents for
Consignees per Sooth Carolina Railroad.
896 bales Cotton, 9 bbls Rosin, 3 chartered Cars, and
Sundries. To O Reeder, E R Rodgers fe Co, L D De
Saussure, W K Ryan, Thurston & Hohnes, E J Eingman,
L M Ayer fe Co, Mowry fe Co, T S Burdell, Graeser &
Smith, Kan apara. Lanneau & Co, Adams, Frost fe Co, J
E Due. O W Williams fe Co, H L Jeffers fe Co, Willis &
?hiflolm, J B E Sloan, J E Gibbon, R E Agent, J Fraser
St Co, 3 M Fredsburg.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
860 bales Cotton, 3 cars Stock, 18 bbls Naval Stores, car
Furniture, Maze, kc To J H Baggert tz Co, Les k Spen?
cer, Adams, Frost & Co, E H Rodgers fe Co, J M Cald?
well tz Son, G W Williams fe Go. Mowry tz Co, W K Ryan,
B A & J F Earley, W Meade, Willis & Chisolm, G W Clark
fe Co, G E Pritchett, Kendall & Dockery, Screven & Nis?
bet, Ravenel fe Co, Shackclford fe Fraser, J Davis, R N
Smith, D Epps, Mrs Allston, Dukes fe Co, O Reeder, J
Sullivan, WJervey, J fe J D Kirkpatrick, Graeser & Smith,
B O'Neill, GenR O Tyler, A Q M, R R Agent
Per steamship Moneta, for New York-T B Hayne, R B
Heyne; F Baslrman. P T Culleman, Miss M Gribben.
Per steamship Granada, from New York-Capt Berry.
H Wilkinson, J Smith, S T Pamieller, Miss MEParniel
ler, E Yitaen, Miss Annie Vitsen, R Hunter, E M Cullen,
Mies J E Turner, Miss Tulloch, O E Brown and lady, Mrs
W Ourney and daughter, Mrs A D Coates, Capt B H
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, beaufort, fee
G W Howard, L Savage, H P Begg. T W Bracey and ser?
vant, Miss Evana, Capt H S TaftTMUs S Seabrook, Capt
G ? Heyward, B C Davis, E Abect, E S Estes, Mrs Tait,
O Orne, m j oroalish, Col T i Femly and lady, Rev S L
Harris, G M Wells, Miss Holden, and 10 on deck.
Por steamer Dictator, from Jacksonville, Palatka,
Fernandina and Savannah-J H Gualdns, J E Hicks and
servant, Miss Detrevilie, Miss Barnwell, Mrs O'Neill, P jr
Phillips, L M Fowles, H Lum m era, R P Stewart, Captain
Per steamer Eliza Hancox, from Savannah, via Beaufort
and Hilton Head-Secretary Harlan and son, B W Tilton,
W B Darby and lady, J Thompsod, D Kennedy, Miss M
Tarcay, J D Martin, H E Alvord and lady, Mrs Wesson,
B S Sams, 8 3 Parker, E K Collins, J S Power, Rev M
French, P Arabs, A Williams and lady, A Martin, W Kidd,
F B Dudley, W H Whitney, W Sloughton, 3 C Heyward,
?nd 33 on deck.
_ PHASES OT THE KOON.
New M. 6m, Th. 10m. even I Full M. 20th, Oh. 18m. eren
Hgt g. lSth.llh.14m.mom Last Q. 27th, 9h. era. mom
PORT OP CHARLESTON.
Steamship Granada, West, New York-left 1st inst
Maze. To Ravenel tz Co, Albee & Warren, D A Ammo, 3
E Ad?er fe Co, 0 N Averill fe Son, J D Aiken tz Co, BoH
mann Bros, W M Bird fe Co, H Bisshoff fe Co, EL Bryan,
J Barry, H F Baker fe Co, J Black, A Bischoff, 3 Camp?
ian k Co, Cameron, Barkley fe Co, Chisolm Bros, Cohen,
Htockel tt Co, CartmiH, Harbeson tz Co, S G Courtenay,
Craig, Toomey fe Co, W Carrington fe Co, 0 D Carr ts Co,
W H Outee, H Cobla fe Co, J fe F Dewson, A Z Dema
rost, W Dayton, Express .Co, D F Fleming, S Foss, Fer?
guson fe Holmes, B Foley, EJH Fischer, C Gravakry, R
W Gale, Goodrich, Wlnemin k Co. P L Gulllemln, OTU
ber fe Martin, W Gurney, Bart fe Co, J Hurkamp fe Co,
OK Huger, Q A Hooley fe Co, G H Hoppo?k. J H Hillen,
Hastia, Calhoun fe Co, C H Johnson, A HI lng, FM Jone?,
F S10*?!. Klinek, Wlckonberg A Co, Ken?
dall & Dockery, H Khtttfl tt Co, T Kelly, J P Kelp, H W
"Hg O DKetodesVL Fretter, ?'langer, Xw?rey
*_ Alexander.^ Lafitte fe Co. W C Luders, W Mancher.
hoeo, McKay & CampbeB, Muller fe Nimitz, a Morder, A
McLelsh. Macullar. WUliamo ft Parker. North. Steelo ft
WerdelJ. B CVNeiU. OntcnJorff A Co. C P Poppeuholm, D
Paul 4 Co. lt E Pennal; J Purcell. TY F Paddon. Qulmby
& Co. B B Agent. W Roach. Bavonel &: Barnwell. Stol],
Webb & Co, F E Schroder, OW Steffens it Co, H Stcltz,
L Schnell k Co, Thurston & Hohnes. E Turner. T Tup?
per & Sons. W J Trim, J F Taylor, C Voigt. Willis &
Chisolm. VTeruor & Ducker. G H Walter A Co, Wagoner;
Heath & MOIISCCK, W H Warren k Co. While & Mixer, A
0 Welton, Order, and others.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka, via Jacksonville.
Fernandina aud Savannah. 138 bales S I Cotton, and
Mdze. To J D Aiken & Co. Hunt Bros, J A Enslow k Co,
Cobon. Hanckol A Go. W M Lawton. E J Wlss & Co. J ft
J D Kirkpatrick. O H In graham. E H Rodgers Sz Co, J
Walker, Adams, Frost & Co.
steamer Eliza Hancox, Richardson, Savannah, via
Beaufort, Hilton Hoad, ko. 41 bales S I Cotton and
Mdze. To Ferguson & Holmes, Hopkins, McPhorson &
Co, Ravencl & Co, J & J D Kirkpatrick, Adams ti Frost,
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty. Savannah, via Beaufort
and Hilton Head. 9 boles Upland and 5 boles S 1 Cotton,
and Mdze. To Ferguson & Holmes, Mordecai ft Co, J
Jara. Southern Express Co, J B Togni, E H Rodgers k
Co, GraeBcr k Smith, Hopkins, McPherson & Co, W C
Bee k Co.
A schooner, unknown.
Steamship Moneko. Lobby, New York-Willis k Chisolm.
Steamship Geo B Upton, Crowell, Boston-A J Salinas.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Monoko. Lobby, New York.
Steamship OJO B Upton, CrowcB, Boston.
Ship Marj- Ogdon, Coldroy, Liverpool,
lirig C B Allen, Pertes, Danen, Ooo.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah.
LIST OF VESSELS
EP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS POET.
j Tho Dtodota, Marc anson, cleared.Doc
Th* Gladstone, Evanson, up.Dec 10
The Yumurri, Thompson, sailed.Nov 6
The Tocumseh, Splnaglo, cleared.Nov 1?
Tho Paul Moria,-, sailed.Oct 0
Bark Mary Belle Roberta, Burney, sailed.Dec
Brig Anna D Torrey,-, up.Dec 17 I
Sehr R K Vaughan, Howell, cleared.Dec 21 I
teamship Delaware, Simmons, sailed.Jan 1 I
Brig Abby Watson, -. cleared.Deo 7
Lehr D B Warner,-, ap.Dec 27
Sehr J E Daily, Wai, up.Deo 20
Sehr B Caldwell, Mccormack, up.Dec 17
Sehr Paragon, Shute, up.Deo 37
Steamship Whirlwind, Fargo, cleared.Dec 29
Bark Fannie E Shaw, Shaw, cleared.Deo 28
Sehr Richard Vaud, Powell, cleared.Deo 19
Sehr Ida L Richardson, Bedel, ap.Dec 28
Sehr Fleetwood, Gardner, np.Deo 25
Sehr Nellie Tarbor, Pendleton, cleared..Deo 22
Sehr Jonas Sparks, Caruthers, cleared.IDec SO
Sehr J E Daly,-, cleared.Dee 80
Sehr Wm Arthur, Andrews, up.Dec 31
Sehr Azeodft, Laura, up.Jan 2
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
TES HOST ramio VED
GKAND AND 8-QUABB
Foll Iron Frame and Overstrung Bass,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
Bu. IS West Hoastoja-street. Ho. lt
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
"TUTS UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM Ot
1 KRAUSHAAR ft CO., are practical Plano makers
aad as such have had a large experience In oonnoctloi
with some c: the best Establishments In this conn tr;
aad Europe. Their ") lanos are made not merely to:
ta sm, bat ty timm, ai d under their Immediate persona
s ipervtston, And they allow no Instrumenta to leave theil
f ictory and pass into the hands of their patrons, unie st
taey have a power, evenness, firmness and roundness o
tine, an elasticity of touch-without which no Ina tm
oent ought to be satisfactory to the pabilo-aa well s
taat durability In construction, which enables lt to re
main In tune and to withstand sudden changea of tam
venture and exposare to extreme beat and cold, whlcl
aro sometimes unavoidable.
They will at all times bo happy to see the professJox
and the pabilo at their Warerooms, and la vi te oomparl
son between their own Pianos and those o! any o thai
ANTON KRAUSHAAR..TOBIAS HAM?
OH ABLES J. SCHONEMANN.
DAVEGA, YOUNG & Mo KENZ?E
UW AID COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 aad 40 Park Row.
ISAAC DAVEGA, )
GEORGE B. YOUNG, J HEW YOBS.
GEB?RD L. MCKENZIE,)
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THE VG REIGN OOLLBC
T ION BUSINESS of Messrs. BIRNEY. PRE a
TIBS ft FLANDERS, we witt attend co the collection c
past due and maturing claim I throughout the Units'
ates sea Ovuda.
QOM MISSION SES FOR ALL THB STATUS.
THE ESTET OHGAK,
FOR CHURCHES, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, AND PA B
LOBS, with new and valuable improvements, glv
mg extraordinary compass, variety, and a sweetness ol
tone. The crowning perfection ls the VOX HUMAN A
ATTACHMENT, a wondorinl imitation of the syrup a
Ihetio sweetness of the human voice. They are stron glj
Indorsed tty GEORGE W. MOBGAN, WILLIAM A.
KING, and others-the highest musical authority in the
United States. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
PIANOS of all grades and styles furnished at low et
GEO. G. SAXE & CO.,
NO. 417 BROOME STERBT, NEW YORK.
August 10 8mo
J. D. MURCHISON,
No. 54= Pine street,
October 18_;_ _._8m os.
INDIA RUBBER GOODS.
Manufacturer of and Dealer in every description ol
INDIA RUBBER GOODS,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
NO. 27 MAIDEN LAKE,
JST E "W Y O H K .
LOMBARD & CO.,
AND TMPOBTEBS AMS 71E4T.TBB TX
NO. 13 LEWIS/-AND NO. 9 T WHARF,
Advances made on Oondgnments of Bice and Cotton
to our address.
References, by permission: To Messrs. JAMES ADO EH
ft Co., Messrs. STUB ET BHOTHXSS S CO., Charles con, S.
? amos* October 1
FUNSTON & SCOFIELD,
GENERAL AGENTS FOB
LiMendahl's Excelsior Fire Works!
Importers and Manufacturers ot
CHINESE GOODS, FIUE CRACKSKS,
TORPEDOES, LASTEBSS, FLABS, die.
No. 9 BET STREET, NEW YORK.
October 6 stn th amos
GE0RGET STECK k CO*
HAD THE UNPRECEDENTED TRIUMPH TO BB
AWAEDBD TWO PHIZES AT ONCE,
THE COLD AND SILVER MEDAL,
At to? Fair of the American Institute, Oct. 18*8 (being
the very latest dace), for General Superiority of their
?RAND AND SQUARE PIANOS*
' Pint premium received over; all competition, when
and wherever exhibited.
.?TlHEHE PIAHOS HAVE BECSrVSD THE HIGHEST
JL recommendations from th? following aijangulsb
?5 ArBstaa and Performers t-?.
THEODOBE THOMAS, F. VON BBEUNTNG
GEO. W. MOBGAN, THEO. KO SLING,
W. MASON, CHARLES WELS,
HENRY C. TIMM, WM. PEO HEB.
J. N. PATTISON, O ABL AH SCHUTZ,
THEODOBE HAGEN. JUL SCHUBEBTH,
GEORGE MATZKA, ft. PAUK,
FR. BRANDEIS, Wa. BERGE, '
MAX MABHTZEE. ft. DAVIS, '
8. ?.MILLS, O.DEMUTS.
OARL WOLFSOHN. OHAS. FE AD EL,
CARL BERGMANN, H. pgWAWWAM,
Pifase send for Illustrated Circulars.
WABSBOOMS Na 141 8TH ST., NEAB BEOADWAY,
OPPOSITE CLINTON, HALL.
August as thstatmo
ANDREW, A BOYD,
. (Bacceasor to P.; B.'~ANDEEBpN^' J. ;. ? t.
Ship Bread; BisoB?t and Cracker Bakery
AT TH* OLD STAND OF Vc F> WARD.
Np. 919 Fultori-Street,
(Third door ?h?rt Greenwlfih), SEW YOBS.
Oauntc (... Uurnazjoo
_-rv FOB LIVERPOOL-TUE Al
?Q*^ American snip "NEREUS," H. N. Mckies Mas
i afyx^Jf ter, hos n portion of lier careo engaged, and ?
Saxfi?sfc yrii? have quick dispatch for the above port.
For further Freight engagements apply to
WILLIS k CHISOLM,
January 1_North Atlantic Wharf.
tfTv FOR HV??RPOOO.-THE N K W
,S?ctwand strictly Al American Bark TOSCANO,
jj^^y Charles N. Delano Master, of small capacity,
-?as a largo portion of hor cargo engage4, and
will havo dispatch for tho above port.
For balance of Freight engagements apply to
STREET BROTHERS St CO.,
December 29 No. 74 East Bay.
_ j-rv FOR LIVERPOOL_THE SPLES
?BQ*S>DLD fa?t sailing ship "SCREAMER," S. Young
fK^^? master, ha? a largo portion ol her cargo eugag
mBT rt?d and going aboard.
For further Freight engagements, apply to
W. B. SMITH k CO.,
December 24 Union Bank Building.
. ^-?^ FOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS'
jfjQk. LINE-To sail Monday, 7th inst., the fast sail
lng packet schooner CHARLES DENNIS, Wm.
^tmmsm Hughes Master, having throo-fourths of her
cargo on board. Wants 200 to 200 bales cotton and light
freight to HU up. With quick dispatch.
Apply to WILLIAM ROACH.
January 3. thain3
w^rv FOR KEW YORK.-TO SAIL WITH
J?Q2_W DISPATCH_Tho now A 1 Schooner LOVET
TjECTSy PEACOCK. J J Reagan, Master, will have quick
?*2S=& dispatch for the above port.
For Freight cngogemencs apply to
WILLIS it CHISOLM,
December 29 North Atlantic Wharf.
A--?> FOR BOSTON.-THE FINE NEW
ia schooner RALPH CARLETON, Capt. Harring
Vfir1"'- having two-thirds of her cargo engaged, wUI
se 11 ii ?have dispatch for tho above port.
For Freight engagements apply on board, or to
OLNEY & CO.,
December 18 Noe. 9, ll and 13 Vendue Rango.
, FOR BOSTON-T O SAIL WITH
?jJJ*. DISPATCH.-Tho now Al brig LIZZIE M.
LT?vJx^MERRILL, S. H. ULMEE master, will have quick
iii i iTii?spatch for the abovo port. For Freight en?
gagements apply to WILLIS & CHISOLM,
December ll_Nortli Atlantic Wharf.
^r^ WANTED-A SLOOP OK ABOUT 13
cords capacity wanted to go uv Cooper Elver for
/_TYg? woori. Apply at DAILY NEWS ornee, or at
?Bas C. N. AVERILL 4t SON'S,
November 2 No. 70 East Bay.
FOR NEW YORK.
TT7TLL LEAVE ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF ON SUN
?T DAY, January 6th. at - o'clock precisely.
FOR NORTH EDIST0 AND ROCK?
CAPTAIN CHARLES WILLEY,
WELL LEAVE SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, ON
Salarday, 6th January, at 4 o'clock, A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
MOTTE A. PRINGLE, Agent,
VIA SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK, ST.
MARYS, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AS
FAR AS PALATKA.
THE FINK STEAMER
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
TTrTLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
"i every Wednesday Morning, at 8 o'clock precisely.
?.Freight received daily and stored tree or charge.
For Freight or Passage opply on board, or at tho of?
fice of JOHN MAHONEY, JR., 48 East Bay,
November 13_Above Craig, Toomey A Co's.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHES C. AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
MILLS, AND LANDINGS ON THE WAC
OAMAW AND BLACK RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.Capt ISAAC DAVIS
"I?7TLL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
? T TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'olock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown every THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received daily, and stored free of oharge.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
FERGUSON A- HOLMES, Agents,
November 3_Accommodation Wharf.
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR LINK STEAMERS
THE NEW SPLENDID IRON STEAMER
CAPT. CHAS. McGAREY,
CAPT. W. T. GARRISS0N.
nnHE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WILL RUN
.TV iT'S^.tjKrtween Charleston and Camden; the
E. VANCE" from Charl3slon to Wright's Bluff, and
the ?VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camdon.
??6^ -SF.1"1 landinSa on the Santee and Wateree
Rivers wu! be received at all times, and stored free of
Sr8??8 " N,?-11 Exchange street. AU freight shipped
by this line is covered by insurance. w
For further information or freight engagements, apply
to the undersigned. JAMES BROWNE,
Exchange street, Charleston,
BROCK st BENBOW, Wright's Bluff.
October 30 C. nvir. Camden.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
I?eamer W&1801.Captain W. T. MCNELXS.
Sf^.'?J3^ HANCOX.... Captain J. K. RICHARDSON.
T EAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF. CHARLESTON,
JLi and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes?
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Monday and
Friday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
The ELIZA HANCOX leaves Cnarlseton every Wednes?
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri?
The Pilot Boy W?1 touch at Bluffton an her Monday
trip from Charleston, and her Wednesday trip from Sa?
Freight received daily and stored free of eharge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON se HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, 8. C.
CLAGHORN ie CUNTNGHAH, Agents .
N. B.-The Steamers of thia Une connect at Charleston
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
Florida, steamers. November 2
100O TONS BURTHEN,
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTER,
VI/ILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVERY
YT FRIDAY NIGHT, ot 10 o'clock, for this port.
For Freight or Passage, applyon board, or to office of
. " J. D. AIKEN te CO., Agents,
NQvornhfTl_? South Atlantic Wharf.
FOR PALATKA, ELA.,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
;:? . ..- .VIA
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
"DIG'T'JSL T ? Url.," *
. .1000 TONS BURDEN,
OAPTATN LOUIS ML COXETTER.
ON AND AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, SHIS FINE
SHE? wfll seil from Middle Atlantic wharf, every
at 10 o'clock, for the obere placeT^"
AU freight must be paid here by ?hipper?.
^G*2?^0??.e8?Se. JCS to the above points on
the Sfe/ohn'sBlvo* ?*-?5 each. Chfldren uuocr tea
yesMQf a?e fwe. Hones sad Huies at redneedrMwaT
^.Country paper* sdverostng "the DICTATOR"win
please copy.'' * . ?
1* ?jte -or PMskKe apply on board, or ?btiie>
THOMAS J. FLACK & SONS,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
fill, llliS, H?LS, ALE, ll),,
No. 52 SOUTH STREET,
A. LARGE STOCK. OF THE FINEST GRADES OF
OLD MONONGAHELA, RYE AND BOURBON WHISKEY
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND AT LOWEST PRICES.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
LEVY & ALEXANDER'S
Wholesale and Retail Clothing Establishment,
No. 275 KING STREET,
A. F. BROWNING'S OLD STAND,
HAVING NOW OUR FULL STOCK OF WINTER GOODS ON HAND, AND HAVING JUST REDUCED OUR
prices, -ne would call tho attention of the citizens of Charleston and merchants In the country to the some,
which we aro prepared to dispose of at the cheapest and most reasonable rates tn town. We nave constantly on
hand a large assortment of fine BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS, FINE BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, OVERCOATS (of
all descriptions), FANCY CASSEMERE SUITS, Sic, Ac, and a large and well selected supply ot PLANTATION
GOODS, in the shape of cheap SATINET SUITS, cheap COATS. VESTS and EANT8.
We would also call the attention of thc public to our large supply of
BOYS' A1STD YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For fall and winter wear, which have been selected with care and ? ' tention, and which we would most respectfully
request them to Inspect before going elsewhere. Together with a large sad well assorted stock of MEN'S and
BOYS' HATS and CAPS, and OENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
LEVY & ALEXANDER.
P. S. Being desirous of closing out our stock of BOOTS and SHOES, we offer them to thc public at rates that oana o
be surpassed la town.
P. S. Mr. F. C. MTT.TiFR would be happy to sec his friends again at the above place.
December 18 ruths 2mos
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
YATES <fc BRO.,
No. 449 KINS-STREET,
FOUR DOORS NORTH OF GALKCOUlSrB
g-EEP CONSTANTLY IN STORE A FULL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
CHOICE FAMILY GBOCHR1ES,
ALES, WINES, LIQUORS, <SEO_,
WHICH THEY ABE SELLING AT REASONABLE PBIGE8.
GOODS PURCHASED FROM US WILL BB DELIVERED TO ALL PASTS OF THE CITY, RAILROAD
DEPOTS. Ac, WITHOUT ADDITIONAL EXPENSE.
T.TTVFRAT. INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO THE TRADE, AT THE SIGN OF
THE "BI& PITCHER."
November 8 th a tu '<mo?
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YORE
fTTHE SPLENDID FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
_I_ of thia line leave Now York every Saturday, from
Pier No. 47 North River.
Ship. Tons. Commander.
HELVETIA..3,315.OG IL VIE.
As experienced Surgeon on each ship, free of charge.
Steerage Passage Tide ta to bring persons from Liver?
pool or Queenstown for (35, currency, can be obtained at !
Through passage to Paris, London, Antwerp, Ham?
burg, Bremen, Ac, at low rates.
BATES or PASHA OE, PAYABLE IN OURBEKCT:
To Liverpool or Queenstown.?100 $30.
For freight or passage, apply to
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
September 1 tut'ip.?? c?etn?.v.
CHEAP PASSAGES TO OR PROM
S TX IR. O 3? 33 3
BY SAILING SHIPS, BAILING EVERY WKKK. ALSO
SPLENDID MATT, STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and from
NewYarkv: i jr., :. ._- ..
G rest Reduction In Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA
DRAFTS FOB ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland at the very lowest rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have then
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on them.
For Passage, Ac, apply to M. M. QUINN,
Mo. 527 King street. Charleston, ts. ..
February 27 lvr
"THE BERRI AN"
HO. SOI BROADWAY, NRW YORK*
The largest variety in tho United States, of
CUTLEEY, SILVER PLATED WABE
TEA SETS. CASTORS. BEFBI3EBAT0RS
COOKING UTENSILS, &C, &o.
TOGETHER WITH EVERYTHING APPERTAINING
to the Uno. and all et tho lowest possible prices,
wholesale and retail for oasb. Foreign geode reduced
to gold vales. Catalogues tarnished on application to
my address. - ' - H. H. CASEY,
October 4 thslu 3mos
J. F. BROWNE & CO.
HASP MANUFACTURERS, HAVE EEMOVED
their Warerooms to No. 681 BROADWAY, New
York, opposite Metropolitan HotaL Strings, Music, and |
?vary requisite tor the Harp. Established London. litt? ;
.,?? lat*. I SAL. stutbrtmo oetoner tl
ELDEE & BROWN,
MANUFACTUREES AND PATENT?
EES of the oe-lebratod COMBINATION
CRADLE AND BABY TENDER, Prc
Ipelling Horses, and all kinds ' of Book?
ing Horses, Invalid Chairs, with double
and single wheels, from (25 to $46;
Children's Carriage!, Fas cy and Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sulkies, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fancy
Propellers and Baby Bookers, Ac, Ac., life-size Horsed,
I made to order.
Depot, No. 688 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 449,
4M. 461 and 452 WEST STREET, New York.
October 36 _. thstulyr
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer?
BOOKS, PERIODICALS, ,
NEWSPAPERS, 8TATIQNEBY, ITO
o . HT KIMjilllUff,
JKA.B.LE8TON, S_ O.
The latest ?asnee of the press siwa vs aa han,?.
Subacriitljcs reoelTod ?nd Goods delivendar tor
Ail CASH OBDKiA.,j*nai;A? at-omouv IR^WM a,
ALA Wes WEEKLY, IS ISSUED EVERY TBTJ2S
A-DAY, at-98 a yeer, in advance, Adverttsemeo?a
inserted ct astra! wis*. -T . .
G. E. ELFORD, Vp .,.
. NcrrsmberU G. 7. TOWNES,J'"*???-.- j
O HOBTEST. QUICKEST AND ONLY DIRECT BOUTS
BUTED ANDERER A TP. |
Steam Engines, Bo?ers,
i Saw and Grist MBlsTCast
I inga In Iron and Brass of J
j all descriptions.
Send orders to
- J. M. EASON Ss BRO.,
[ Nassau and Columbus sta.,
Charleston. S. C.
11? TBE BEST CAMI LY SEWIN ? MACHINE
IN THE WORLD.
IT IS THE EASIEST OPERATED; THE LEAST COM?
PLICATED, and thc least Mable to get cot of order.
I It make? FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES: Lock. Knot,
Double Lock sod Double Knot; each stitch perfect and
I alike on both aides of the fabric
The work wfR feed either to the right or left without
stopping tho machine
It wal Braid, Tuck. Quilt, Cord, Hem, Full, Bind.
Gather and Stitch on a Ruffle ai the same time, and do all
kinds of'Stitching required by Families and Baanufao
It runs eaafly, and ls almost noiseless.
It is the most rapid sewer In the world, nuMng' fire
I stitches to each revolution.
It us?e the same size "1"?^' on both side? ot the
It oils no dresses, all ita machinery being on top of the
I table. ..
Ita tension is self-adjusting, and hence not liable to
creek the thread.
MACHINES may be seen in operation at HAYDEN'S
JEWELRY STORE, comer af Bag and Basel streets,
where the truth of the above will be demonstrated to all
who may caa.
In every District in the State, to whom libezsl induce?
ments wfll be offered.
Fox further information, call on, or address)
a W. DENNIS Ss CO.,
General Agent? for South Carol! na.
December 30 ' Imo
WHITE & PAINE,
Sinning & Commission Merchants
NO * SOUTH ATLANTIC WHAKF,
CIlAHLu??TOi?, 8, C,
J. J. WHITE...oEOrtfLia. PA.NE
F. C. BARBER & SOT,
TjrrTLL BUY AND SELL ON COMMISSION AND FOR
Vf orders, SPECIE, BANK NOX28, BONDS, STOCKS
AND COUPONS, and wm make COLLECTIONS ai.!OM
point within ibo gutes tuQMBOa January f