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MARLESTON DIM NEWS,
G: lt. CATHCART, EDITOR,
' CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
Nen 18 HAYNE STREET.
DAILY-THREE MONTHS. 8.50
BINGLE G iPHJS.5 ?enta
TO NEWS DEALERS...3 cents
During th* last year 97,00) arrests have been
mado in New York City: eighty-three were for
The tunnel on the Albany and Susquehanna
Railroad will be finished on June 1 next. It will
be 2200 feet long.
The roport of the Minister of Finance, M. FOOXD,
will, it is Baid, show that this year's receipts will
exceed tho oxpenses by about fifty millions of
Ice cutting will soon begin in Maine. Immenso
ice housofi are located at Faxmingdale, Pittston
and Richmond; holding from 15,000 to 20,000 tens
A Catholic Fair, held in the Music Hall, Eoston,
recently, for the benefit of Boston College and the
Church of the Immaculate Conception, netted
In Windham County, Conn., last weok, a judge
refused a divorce to a couple who had boen mar?
ried bot two weeks, on the ground that they had
not yet given matrimony a fair trial.
A Mobile paper says rents are falling daily and
the cottage houses which wero held at $50 a few
mouths ago are now offered at $30 per mouth. A
great many small dwellings have been erected du?
ring the past months which may account for the
fell in rents.
Messrs. ROSSINI, FEDEBIOO RICCI, the librettists
PIAVE and SOLERA, and the choreograph SAINT
LEON, have all received the order of Alexander
Nevesky from the Emperor of Russia. This deco?
ration is in each CABO provided with the not un?
pleasant addition of one thousand roubles pension.
The monthly report of agriculture for Decemner
contains a fiscal estimate of the corn crop of 18C6.
The total result is 880,000,000 bushels. In the
eleven States not hitherto reported 185,000,000
bushels, against 274,000,000 bushels in 1859.
Of nine daily newspapers, published in Boston
in 1843, only three are now in existence, and of
twenty-eight magazines there remains the Mission?
ary Herald, Christian Examiner and North Ameri?
can Bevieto. Of the weekly Press, which number?
ed thirty-five, twelve only are now printed.
The artesian wells at Gonella and Passy, in
France, emit steam-the temperature of the wa?
ters, which cerne from 2300 feet depth, being eigh?
ty-five degrees Fahrenheit, whilst that of the at?
mosphere at the surface averages thirty six de?
CBAIQ'S Telegraph News Association have leased
the New Orleans and Balize telegraph line for a
term of years. This line intercepts vessels five to
ten honrs' sail below New Orleans, giving the as?
sociation a great advantage in obtaining news from
Cuba, Mexio and Texas.
The new line of steamers between Germany and
the United States, touching at Southampton, will
sail from the Hanoverian port of Gusteminde
twice a week with the Prussian mail. The capital
of the company which is to enjoy the monopoly of
carrying the Prussian mail, is seven million
The New York World, of the 3d, has special dis.
patches announcing that the Cotton Supply Ad?
ministration Company of Algiers has received from
New Orleans and South Carolina twenty hogsheads
of Sea Island and middling cotton seed, to bo dis?
tributed gratuitously among the inhabitants of
A negro in Prince George recently attempted to
steal a house. Availing himself of the absence
of his employer, Dr. SHAKES, he pulled down
the house and was hauling the :mber away, for
the purpose of fitting up a domioil elsewhere,
when the sudden return of the Doctor stopped
The Baton Rouge Comet nnderstanda that the
Bass levee, in Carroll Parish, is far from being
complete, and that serious apprehensions are en?
tertained as to its safety. At tho last accounts
two thousand laborers were at work-upon it, and
protection levees were being built around it to
keep the river hom encroaching too severely
One of the hotel keepers in Memphis prepared
dinner for four hundred persons, and expected the
Congressional excursion party to eat it; but some
malicious member of the reception committee took
the excursionists to another hotel, and left land?
lord No. 1 in a very uncomfortable frame of mind,
with a large quantity of "cold vittles" on hand.
General F. E. SPINNER, known to some by the
soubriquet of the "Watch-dog of the Treasury,''
while he may be successful in keeping walch and
ward over the public funds of tho Government,
was unable at the President's reception on New
Tear's Day, to protect bis own private person from
the onslaught of a skillful pickpocket, who, in the
pressure of the crowd, managed to appropriate
his pocket-book, containing between $70 and $80,
besides a pair of sleeve-buttons and papers of con.
Among the guests present at the farewell dinner
given by Mr. BIGELOW at Paris, we observe the
manes of Drs. T. W. EVANS, WM. E. JOHNSTON, T.
Marona, WALTER CARY, ENO, J. MARION SIMS, of
South Carolina; G. PORTES, RBTLAND, W. DAV, G.
T. BUCKNALL, T. EVANS, J. W. CRANE. Pretty well
for American Doctors. Thore was nearly os many
ladies present an gentlemen. The total number of
guests present was over 230.
Prince AUTHUR having now reached bis six?
teenth year. QUEEN VICTORIA bas determined that
he shall enter the Royal Military Academy at
Woolwich, BS a gentleman, cadet The Prince of
Wales ?B a general in the army, and Colonel of the
Tenth Hussars. Prince ALFRED is a captain in
sW fte navy; and it is intended that Prince ARTHUR
shall be prepared for a commission in either the
engineers or artillery. The royal family will thus
be connected with nearly every branch of the ser?
Another company has been organized by ex
Governor CURTIN, of Pennsylvania, and General
RUFUS INQALLS, formerly Chief Quartermaster of
the "armies operating against Richmond," to fur?
ther investigate the auriferous regions in the
Ee?ghborhood of Great Falls, on the Potomac. All
y the companies already organized, assert that they
^ are at least paying the expenses of nuning, and
many that they are making a handsome profit over
and above the cost of the labor necessarily re?
Under a recent Act of Congress a Commission
has been appointed by the Secretary of War, and
will soon convene in Nashville, Tennessee, for the
purpose of awarding to persons entitled to the
benefits of Baid Act, compensation not exceeding
$300 for each slave enlisted or drafted in the United
States service, in Tennessee. Under this Act,
claims for slaves owned not only, in Tennessee, but
also in Kentucky, -but who were enhsted or, drafted. I
in th? State of Tennessee into the United States
.ervine, mr st be prosecuted before this Commis
^The Baltimore Commercial says that the pros
' perity of that city at tho present time is "unpre
t 'iv?edent?d." Last year there were 720 building por
V mita isabel, including those for renovations and
repairs. . ie returns for this year up to the pres?
ent time show that 1318 permits have been issued,
of which over 1000 were for new buildings. The
leading business streets, Baltimore, Hanover and
Jay, show great improvements in architecture,
while Lhe suburbs are rapidly filling np with dwell?
ing housed. Lafayette Square, it io said, is so
changed for the better that one who knew it in its
former day? would not recognize the place.
There are 202 daily, tri-weekly and weekly pa?
pers publiehed on the Pacific coast at this timo, of j
which San Francisco contains 12 dailies, 1 tri?
weekly and 41 weeklies ; the balance of the State
12 dailies, 1 tri-weekly and 73 weeklies ; Oregon
contains 8 dailies and 19 weeklies ; Nevada, 4 dai?
lies and 5 weeklies ; Washington Territory, 8 week?
lies ; Idaho. 1 daily, 1 tri-weekly and 3 weeklies ;
Utah, 2 dailies, 1 semi-weekly and 2 weeklies ; Col?
orado, 1 daily and 1 weekly ; Montana, I tri-weekly
and 1 weekly ; the British Possessions, 3 dailies
and 5 weeklies ; Mexico and Pacific ports, 6 week?
lies ; Sandmen Islands, 2 weeklies.
James River is entirely frozen up for several
miles below Richmond, and navigation has, in
consequence, been entirely suspended for the
?resent. The Potomac is frozen over from George
jwn to Lower Cedar Point-the ice being suffi?
ciently stroag to permit skaters to paBS from shore
to shore. In consequence of this only accommo?
dation trains are now running cn the Richmond,
Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad. The trains
on the Central and Danville Roads were running
on Thursday with about their usual regularity,
though from tho amount of snow falling some ap?
prehensions1 are entertained that there will be a
temporary suspension of travel.
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in thc Postoffice at thc ciul
of eajch iccek, agreeably to the following
section of the New Postoffic? Law, as the
nciosjiaper having thc largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTIOS 5. And bo it further enacted. That Reta of let?
ters remaining uncalled for In any Postofflce in any city,
town or village, whore a newspaper shall bo printed,
shaU hereafter be published onco only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation within range of dcUvery of the said
ter A? communications intended for publication tn
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of Ote
Badu News, No. 18 Hayne-strcd, Gharteston,S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Dauy
News. . , _
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
tions. , .,
Advertisemeitls outside of the city must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1867.
THE MODERN PILGRIMS.
We Lavo not, for some months past, adverted
to the numerous letters from the South appear?
ing in almost every journal, North or Weal.
Your "Special" correspondent is usually so in?
effably stupid or common place as to merit any
attention; thc "Occasional" not much better.
There is more freshness and interest in the
letters of the tourists, a kind of volunteer cor?
respondence. This class of writers usually
display a refreshing verdancy, and even their
fictions are more readable than the soporific
lucubrations of "Our Special." The South
swarmed with these new pilgrims a year ago,
and many and curious were the reports sent
North. The Nation, a New York Radical sheet
of very somniferous proclivities, had long let?
ters every week from the rural parts of the
Cotton States. The Tribune, we know, publish?
ed a number of pious fibs; the Cincinnati
Gazette had its vituperative slanders, regularly
measured out by the column. The hot weather
at last acted as an extinguisher to these lumi?
naries. Like the small-pox, these pilgrims
were put to flight by tho scorching suns-of Au?
gust. Schoolmarms, missionaries, philanthro?
pists, etc., all returned to more congenial
With the return of winter, however, the pes?
tilence has again set in. Not only preachers,
and teachers, missionaries and schoolmarms,
but a host of invalids have .come to the Sunny
South; and we bid them welcome. But we do
not think we oan be charged with a want of
hospitality, when we protest against the jaun?
diced view these pious ladies and gentlemen re?
flect in their correspondence. Is it fair that a
whole people should be condemned because a
few dyspeptics do not find our roadside inns
quite up to DELMONICO V And yet the opinions
of these atrabilious travellers arc cited by the
honorable gentlemen in Congress. We all know
the Hon. SUMNER'S trick of reading letters, re?
ceived from friends travelling in the South, go?
ing to prove whatever point he wishes to make
at the time.
An individual styling himself "Independent
Missionary" recently passed through the coun?
try, and was in Columbia during the session of
the Legislature, and prints his observations in
the Cincinnati Gazette, of Wednesday last. The
man is clearly a fanatic, suffering either from
diseased liver or a sickly imagination, or
from both,-the latter the result of the former,
ile argues the persistent disloyalty of South
Carolina, because a little boy .in the street
says: "I don't love the Yankee flag. Tho
Confed. flag is .my flag, if it is pulled down."
The " Independent Missionary," we think, was
recreant to his duty on that occasion. Why
was this boy not arrested, and brought before
the Grand Jury on a charge of treason ? The
United States District Court was in session at
the time, and the whole affair might have been
dispatched with all expedition ?
Another man in Columbiasaid to him : " Only
one man voted for the HOWARD Amendment,
and he ought to have been kicked oat of the
House." A man at NICKEUSON'S said: "Allow
the negroes to vote and take all the offices?
Never !" Twaddle like this is here collated by
the yard. The " Independent Missionary"
gloats on thc ruins of the houses, churches
and colleges of Columbia. He says: " Colum?
bia is in ruins; God is just, but South Carolina
is rebellious still." But enough of tb is blind
fanatic. What delight ho would take in com?
ing amongst us with an inquisitorial commis?
In the New York Herald, of the 2d, we find
a letter from Charleston, from its "special cor?
respondent," giving an account of the recent
celebration of the Now England Society's an?
niversary in this city. . He sayB :
The New England Society of this city cele?
brated "Forefather's Day" in secret session.
Not a member of the press was invited. The
Society, in former times, was distinguished for
its liberality: and the secret session may be
considered as n very fair exponent of that feel?
ing and prejudice against anything Yankee'
which exists here now, and the knuckling down
to the secessionists and anti-constitutional
This is U?JWS to us. We were not aware of
any coercion brought to bear upon the respect?
ed descendants of those honored sires. On
tho contrary, some of our best citizens havofor
years been identified with this Society; men
taking high position in tho city and in thc State.
A recent Charleston letter in (he New York
Times, speaking of tho election of Hon. J. B.
CAMPBELL as United States Senator, mentions
the fact of his deration to this office (notwith?
standing his Massachusetts birth) as ono of the
cheering signs of the times. Either the
Herald's or the Times' correspondent must bo
wide of the truth in his inferences.
Verily, it seemeth as if these pilgrims had
come here to spy out the nakedness of the land.
And when the truth is too nude, they dress it
up to suit their fancy, and thus pander to the
morbid and prurient appetites of their readers.
THE VAUCLUSE FACTORY.
Intelligence from Augusta (Geo.) reports the
destruction of this establishment by fire. The
lo83 of the Vaucluse Factory deserves some?
thing more than a simple record of the fact.
This establishment was got up by a company in*
1833, among whom were the late Hon. GEORGE
MCDUFFIK, the late Judge MITCHELL KING, and
other prominent South Carolinians. It was an
attempt to test the possibility of succeeding in
?uch aa enterprise in this part of the world.
Tho company commenced with a capital of
ibout $50,000 ; but as has been quite common
South, its management in its early stages ap?
pears to have been unfortunate, and it contin?
ued in a weak condition for several years, when
fell info the hands of General JAMES JONES
and WM. GREOO, Esq, From that period it be?
gan to he a success-the latter gentleman in
particular giving thc establishment the benefit
of his sound business judgment, and it has, we
1 believe, been reasonably profitable for several
years. The mill was of limited size,-we
think about two thousand spindles,-and, ,
therefore, could not probably produce as highly ;
successful results as tho Granitevillc Factory. !
It bas, however, boen a great benefit to the re?
gion of country about it in giving employment
to labor. It occupied a good site for a manu?
factory. From the known enterprise of its
owners, it will probably bc rebuilt on a more
extended scale. .
THE LATEST sensation with the Radical press is
the decision by Justico THOMPSON, of Philadelphia,
that the street railroad companies of that city
havo thc right to exclude colorod persons from
their cars. The suit was brought against tho com?
pany for damages by a negro man, because the
conductor of tho car had ejected a negro woman
wife of the plaintiff-from the car. Tho Radical
press aro highly indignant at this decision, which
the virtuous FORNEY especially denounces os in?
famous. Why don't they try tho virtues of the
Civil Rights Bill? I
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A WHITE
GIRL, to mind an infant and maka herself gene?
rally useful. Apply at No. 15 PITT STREET.
January 7 _. .'_3__
?RM HANDS WANTED, WHITE OR
COLORED. Apply botwoon 8 and 9 o'olock A. M.,
to H. W. KINSMAN, No. 275 King street,
January 7_a _Up etaira.
WANTED, BY AN EXPERIENCED AND
successful Cotton Planter, a situation for the
nos- ^oar as OVERSEER OR SUPERINTENDENT of an
Up.and Cotton Plantation. The best of reference* given
Address, through Charleston Postoflice, W. K. D., Rox
j;o. 1. '. mfh _December 3 '
WANTED, A BOY, TO LEARN THE DRU?
BUSINESS; ono with some knowledge of it pre?
ferred. Apply at DRUG STORE, corner Church and
Trodd streets. fmw3?_January 4
APLANTE ? ON NORTH SABfTEE HAVING
440 acres of primo Rico Land, is desirous of ob?
taining TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS to cultivate the
samo. A liberal proportion of the crop wlU be glvon to
soy capitalist advancing the money. Tho land is divided
into two tracts, of 220 acres each; be is therefore willing
to contract with one or two persons for thc requisite
means. Apply to CART, KOPFF k JERVEY,
January 5 4 Accommodation Wharf.
WANTED.-AN EXPERIENCED COTTON
PLANTER, to whom a liberal salary will be paid.
Reference given and required. Apply to Mr. TRES
COTT, M<"? House._January 5
WANTED, A COMPETENT MIDDLE
AGED NURSE (colored) for a baby three months
old. Good recommendations as to honesty and capacity
required. Apply at thia o? ike. January 3
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE,
LETTERS, SPEECHES, ic, of Hon. ALEXAN?
DER H. STEPHENS, by Henry Cleveland, Esq., late
editor of tho Augusta (Go.) Constitutionalist Send for
Circulars and sec our terms and a full description of the
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Main streets. Richmond, Va.
December 27 imo*
rpO RENT, SEVEN ELEGANT. LARGE
X' ROOMS, with all necessary outbuildings, and cis?
tern. This placo can bc divided for two families. Rent
very moderate. Apply at No. ll KING STREET.
rRENT, IN A RESPECTABLE PRIVATE
family, in the lower portion of the citr a SUITE
OF ROOMS, pleasantly situated on southwest piazza,
with kitchen. Apply at this Office.
January 7 mw2*
rRENT-THE ELLIOTT MANSION, WO.
10 George street. Apply to LOWNDES k GRIM
BALL, Law Rango, Broad street.
TO RENT, A VERY SUPERIOR ?LONG
COTTON " PLANTATION, containing four hun?
dred acres, bf open planting land, all under fence, and
but twelve miles from .be city by water. Thc lands are
of the beat quality, and have been lying idle for some years.
The advantages for collecting manure are abundant. The
place is also celebrated for its health all the year round.
Any one wishing to rent can secure the services of an old
and experienced planter, as well aa some hands that aro
now on the place. Apply to
SIMONS k CO., Factors,
January 3 thin Robb's Wharf.
TO RENT, THE THREE STORY BRICK
RESIDENCE, No. 27 Vanderhorst street, having gas
throughout, cistern, well, carriage house, stables, kc.
Apply to SCHEVEN k NISEET,
TO RENT, PART OF A RESIDENCE IN
Meeting street, with four or five rooms. Apply at
WM. H. DAWSON. No. 3G Broad street. January 6
TO RENT, A FARM SITUATED ON COOP?
ER River, eight milos from the city, containing 404
acras, between GO and 70 of which ha vo boen planted the
past summer. On it is a comfortable Dwelling, Kitchen,
Barn, Stable, and negro Houses. Apply at this Office.
December 8 s tu tb m
THO RENT, TWO NICE SQUARE ROOMS,
X and a KITCHEN. Apply at No. 29 HASEL STREET,
near East Bay._ January 3
TO RENT, A VERY DESIRABLE THREE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, at No. 52 George
street, containing six upright rooms, with dressing
rooms attached, pantries, etc. Every room has gas fix?
tures in good order; also a kitchen, servants' rooms, a
largo yard, and all other necessary outbuildings in per?
fect order, with well and cistern. Rent will be moderate
to a good tenant. For p arti c ula rs, inquire of P. EPSTLN,
southeast comer of King end Wont Wurt n streets.
O RENT, ROOMS OR ?ALF OF HOUSE
.No. 1 Society street, near EostCfly. Apply at house.
TO RENT.-ONE ROOM TN A GENTEEL
private family. Also KITCHEN and Servants' rooms.
For particulars apply at this Office. November 27
STATE NORMAL AND HIGH SCHOOL,
ESTA SLISHED BY THE LEGISLATURE FOR THE
INSTRUCTION OF YOUNG LADIES TN THE HIGH?
ER BRANCHES OF EDUCATION-ST. PHILLP
STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WILL BE OPEN JANUARY 2D, 1867. REV. HENRY
M. MOOD, A. M., Principal. Professors, Teachers,
and Lecturers of ability have been employed, and thorough
instruction will be afforded in every department. Tho
course of study is of tho highest prado pursued by young
ladies, and ls equal to tho most advanced standard of
The year is divided Into two sessions of five mouths
Tuition, including tho usual branches, with FRENCH,
VOCAL MU8IC and DRAWING, $12 50-100 per half ses?
sion. Pupils may obtain Board uuder tho direction of
the Principal, at $35 per four weeks, which Includes
lights, washing and fuel;'all payments strictly in advance.
C. G. MEMMTNGER,
Chairman of tho Board.
E. MONTAGUE GnniXE, Secretory.
O?S~ Columbia papers please copy she times, once each
week, and send bill to the Secretary, at Charleston.
January 7_m wi 2
ON AND AFTER MONDAY THE EXERCISES OF THE
subscribers' School wiU bo conducted at No. 354
KING STREET, cast side, one door south of George, at
which wiK bo taught Book-keening and tho higher
branches of Mathematics and English, includtng Arith?
metic, Algebra, Geometry, tc, Political Economy, Rhe?
toric, Logic, kc, kc.
Terms moderate. Apply as abovo.
DOTY k SHERFESEE,
January 7 Imo
MISSES MUKDEN'S SEMINARY FOR
rpHE EXERCISES OF THIS SEMINARY WILL BE
X resumed (D.V.) on Monday, 7th instant, at No. 19
LEGARE STREET. 2 January 7
MRS. A. N. PINKIND
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER FRIENDS AND
patrons that sho is prepared to givo instr action in
Music on tho Piano, Violin, and Guitar, and in Vocal
Music. Violin lessons will bo given to young gentlemen
in the evening.
For terms, tc, apply at No. ll COMING STREET.
January 7 mwf 3
MONS. BERGER INFORMS HIS PATRONS THAT
his DANCING SCHOOL is now open at "Masonic
Hall." Time of Tuition ter Young Ladies and Masters,
Tuesdays and Thursdays, ?it 4 o'clock. Night ClaBS for
Gentlemen, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 7 o'clock. Satur?
days' assemblies will commence ou the 19th test., at 7
For particulars apply at thc Hall at tho time of tuition,
or at No. 12 GLEBE STREET. 5 January 7
ABBEVILLE MALE SCHOOL,
EDWARD R. MIx.ES, PriucipoL
npHE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL RE RE
X SUMED on 7th January, 18G7. Scholastic yoar
divided into two sessions of six mouths each. No pupU
taken for less than one session.
TERMS-$40 per session, payable half in advance, and
half at close of session.
Good Board in respectable families can bo obtained at
moderate ratos. For further particulars, apply to PRIN?
CIPAL, Abbeville Court House.
December 31 in3
WOFFORD COLLEGE, SPAKTANBURG
a H., s. o.
Hp HE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRTEENTH
X Collegiate year will begin on Tuesday, 8th January,
1867, with a Faculty of six Professors. The Preparatory
School, under the immediate supervision of the Facul?
ty, wiU also bogin at the same time.
Tuition and contingent fees in advance, per year, $54.00
Board, payable monthly, about.12.00
Bills payable in Bpecie, or its equivalent in currency.
A M SHIPP, President
December 14_fmwll au
ST. PHILIP'S STREET SCHOOL.
rE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE RE?
SUMED on WEDNESDAY, tho 2d of January, 18C7.
Applications for tho admisston nf children will bo re?
ceived at thc School-house on and ofter that day, between
the hours of 9 and 10 A. M. For tho present, not more
than two children from each family will bo received. In
consequence of tho want of sufficient funds, tho Commis?
sioners will bo obliged to require each pupil to pay for
the books and stationery need by them.
By order of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GRIMKE,
-November 2C m6 8 Secretary.
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
rpHE EXERCLSE.S OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
X resumed on Wednesday, 2d of January. Instruc?
tion given in Greek, Latin, French. Mathematics, aud
the higher branches of English. Terms S10 per quarter,
in advance. No extra charge for French or Stationery.
W. R. KING MAN,
Decomber 24 12 sui Principal.
HAVING RETURNED TO TUE CITY, OFFERS HER
services as Teacher of thc Piano and Vocal Music.
Apply at No. 81 WENTWORTH STREET.
"INSTRUCTION ON PIANO.
MRS. H. E. BRYAN WILL GIVE INSTRUCTION ON
THE PIANO to a limited uumber of Pupils. Terms
moderato. Apply at No. 53 MEETING STREET.
MISS A. L. SALOMON,"
HAVING LOCATED IN WENTWORTH STREET,
ono door cast of thc Artesian Well, has resumed
the instruction of ORNAMENTAL WORK, lb thc various
branches, comprising WHITE AND COLORED EM?
BROIDERY, Tapestry and Tufted Work, WHS Fruit and
Flowers, Oriental and Grecian Painting, Shell, Leather,
Hair and Paper Flowers, Braldlup. Knitting, Netting and
Crotchet All ciders executed with promptness. MUS?
LINS and LACES renovated. Also, FLUTING aud
CRIMPING douc to order.
Terms moderate. Apply at her RESIDENCE.
December 13 Imo
A. H. ABRAHAMS & SONS
HAVE REMOVED FROM VENDUE RANGE TO THE
large and spacious Store formerly occupied by
Messrs. Courtney, Tenucnt k Co., No. 35 HAINE
City and Country Merchants wishing to take advantage
of the market, will do well to give us ??all at No. 35
HAYNE STREET, where they will find a'general assort?
ment of DOMESTIC and FOREIGN GOODS a:.d CLOTH
LNG, all of which are consigned.
Wo also shaU have K. gular Sales at Auction. Con?
signments solicited. By attention and promptness in busi?
ness, wo hope to meeta share of thc patrouagc so liberally
bestowed upon us heretofore.
A. H. ABRAHAMS k SONS,
December 5 wfmlino No. 35 Hayne street.
TEN DOLLARS RE WAR Di-LOST, ON
the evening of thc 1st, at about six o'clock, between
Spring and Cahioun streets, iu Rutledge avenue, one
large well made HuUND DOO. He is rod and white, and
his tail broken about a quarter nf its length from thc
but. Any one delivering the abovo animal at my resi?
dence, No. 13 RUTLEDGE AVENUE, ouc door south of
Doughty street, will receive the above reward, and bo
asked no questions. F. H. TRENHOLM.
January 5 2
PALMETTO PIRK ENGINE COMPANY.
A TTEND YOUR REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
.i?L Th? (Monday) Evening, 7th inst, at half-past 7
o'clock. Pun ct col attendance ls requested.
By order. _
January 7 1 THQ3. O'KEEFE, Secretary.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY. *
ATTEND A? EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM?
PANY This Evening, at your HaB In State street, at
half-past 7 o'clock precisely. A punctual attendance of
all members is earnestly requested.
By order. JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
YOUNG AMERICA PIRE COMPANY,
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COMPA?
NY, This Evening, the 7th inst, at 7 o'clock, at the
By order. W. W. HART,
January 7 1 Secretary Y. A. F. E. Co.
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDER COM?
PANY, No. 1
ATTEND A REGULAR MEETING OF YOUR COM?
PANY, This (Monday) Evening, at half-past 7 o'clock,
at the Hall of the Charleston Fire Engine Company.
By order. WM. D. DAVIS,
Japuary_1_Sec C. H. and L. Co., No. 1.
VETERAN PALMETTO GUARD SOCIETY.
rfTHE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF THTS
_L Society will be held at No. 124 King street, This
Evening, January 7, 1SC7, at 7 o'clock.
B. H. SCHEVEN,
January 7_1_Sec. and Treas. V. P. G. 8.
A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
J\. CHARLESTON MECHANIC SOCIETY, will be
hold This Evening, the 7th inst, At tho Masonic Hall, at
o'clock. The members are requested to be punctual in
attendance, as toa] action will be taken on the revision
of the rules. JOSEPH GUY,
January 7_L_Secretary C. M. S
ELMORE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO.
AN ADJOURND MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS of the Elmore Mutual Insurance Company
will be held This Day, 7th instant, at 12 o'clock M., at
the office. No. 20 Broad street
January 7 _I_Secretary.
SOLOMON'S LODGE, NO. 1, A. F. M.
THE FIRST QUARTERLY COMMUNICATION WELL
be holden in Masonic Hall This Evening, the 7th inst,
at Seven o'clock. Members and Candidates for Degrees
w?l be punctual
By order of W. M. R. H. WERNER,
rjYHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CORPORATION
X of this Church, wlB be held at No. 252 King street,
This Evening, at 7 o'clock. .' . " 1 _January 7
ST. CECILIA SOCIETY.
ABALL WILL BE GIVEN AT THE HALL OF THE
South Carolina Society on Thunda-- Evening, the
Members desiring to continue their nf is on .tbs rolls
of the Society are requested to notify tin scretary on or
before the above date. M. L. TL KENS,
January 7_1 Secretary an Treasurer.
INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY OF
rjlHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
JL of thia Company wi.l bo beld. at their Hall, No. 8
Broad street, on Monday, 14th instant, at 12 o'clock M.
At the same timo and place an election for FIFTEEN
DIRECTORS to serve tho ensuing year will bo held.
Polls opened at ll o'slock and closed at 2 P. M.
J. L. HONOUR.
January 3 thm4_Secretary and Treasurer.
PORT ROYAL RAILROAD.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS will be hold in the building of tito Allendale
High School, on the Second Saturday in January next at
ll o'clock, A. M. J. 0. DAVANT,
November 22 40 Secretary.
ASHLEY (COLORED) FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY, No. 9.
ATTEND YOUR REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
This Evening, 7th Inst, at your Hall, No. 25 St
Phillp street, at 7 o'clock Members will bo punctual in
their attendance, as the Arrear List will be read, and de?
faulters dealt with accordingly.
By order of the President
H. B OLDEN PIOKJNPACK,
January 7 1* Secretary.
Fm SALE. A FINE BUGGY AND SAD?
DLE HOBSE, perfectly gentle. Apply at this Office.
January 7_. 2
OR SALE .-TWO COWS, WITH YOUNG
CALVES, orto trade for fat ones. Apply st No. 38
KING STREET._2*_January 7
COW FOR SALE.-A MILCH COW FOR
sale. Apply at No. 41 PITT STEHET, opposite
Duncan. 1 January 7
FOR SALE, FORTY HEAD FINE THREE
and four year old MULES. Apply at MILLS HOUSE
FOR SALE OR RENT, HOPETON PLAN?
TATION, on North Santee, containing 400 acres of
Bice Land, 400 acres of high land suitable for cotton or
corn, also 350 acres of Pine land, with aU necessary out.
Apply to 8. L. HOWABD,
November 28 m th Boyce's Wharf
APLEASANT AIKEN RESIDENCE AT
PRIVATE SALE.-It contains four square rooms
and large hall, and piazza over a commodious basement
It combines with every convenient outbuilding, a vege?
table and flower garden, with soma fine fruit trees on the
Lot which is large. It is desirably located, being near
the Methodist and Baptist Churches, Railroad depot, and
the Main street
For terms apply to Dr. B. Ak RODRIGUES, Charleston,
and W. PER EN'EAU FINLEY, Esq., Aiken.
January 4 fm w3
FOR SALE OR TO RENT, IN THE
healthy Town of Summerville, a COMFORTABLE
HOUSE, with four large rooms with a very wide entry,
spacious garret uno pantry and two piazzas. There ls a
kitchen, servants' rooms, carriage house and stable and
all requisito outbuildings, with a well of delightful
wat or. Tho LOT is ono acre, enclosed with a good fence.
Apply to Dn.' ST. JOHN PHILLIPS.
January 4 ftnw3* No. 44 Beau fain street
DESIRABLE .'(GROCERY STAND FOR
SALE.-A DESHlABIiE GROCERY STORE, situ?
ated in Market street, botween King and Meeting, with
Fixtures, Stock and Good Will of the concern. For fur?
ther particulars apply at tills office. December 29
FOR SALE.-A SUPERIOR TOP BUGGY
and a set of BUGGY HARNESS, can be bought
reasonably by applying to WM. T. ELFE,
December 19 No. 90 An son-street
FOR S ALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHILA?
DELPHIA University of Medicino and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren, Principios and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of the first Medical Universities of
the country, a favorable opportunity is offered those
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply at this
Office. December 15
AT PRIVATE SALE-A FINE FARM, IN
GOOSE CREEK PARISH, containing G2 acres of
lund, 34of which are cleated and under fonce; tho bal?
ance weR wooded. This place ia situated 16 miles from
Charleston, on the State Road, and within a quarter of a
mile of tho Northeastern Railroad. There ls a fine or?
chard on the place.
For information apply to
Dr. H. BARR/
December ll No. 131 Meeting streot
MR. HENRYK. 5ILLIMAN HAS BEEN ASSOCIATED
with UH as a partner in our firm from the 1st inst
January 4 3 JAMES ADGER & CO.
IHAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH ME IN
business my brother, LEK HOWARD, under the
name and nrm of S. L. HOWARD A BRuTHER.
January 1 u G & L. HOWABD.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS i DAY FORMt?D A
COPARTNERSHIP under tho namo and style of
GRAES EB, LEE, SMITH k CO.. for the transaction or a
COTTON FACTOBAGE 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, 8. C., January!, 1867. 6
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING IN THIS CITY
under the name of SALAS k CO. ls thlB day dis*
solved by ita limitation. Mr. F. P. SALAS will uso the
name of the firm only in liquidation. SALAS & CO.
Charleston, 31st December, 1866.
January 1 15
WE, THE UNDEBSIGNED. HAVE THIS DAY
formed a copartnership in this city under the
name and style of BONAFONT A SALAS, for the trans?
action of a General and Commission business, as well aa
for the importing and exporting of produce, at No. 118
East Bay street, and have granted to Mr. BAMDN SALAS
our full power of Attorney.
FRANCIS P. SALAS.
Charleston, lat January, 1867. 18 January 1
THE FIRM OF W. T. BURGE & CO. HAS THIS DAY
oxpired by its own h ml tat!on.
W. T. BURGE has aold out bia interest ia said Copart?
nership to A. Z. DEMAREST and J. H. BOYLSTON.
A. Z. DEMAREST, the late Copartner of thc said firm,
is alone authorized to close the affaira ut said firm and
sign its name in liquidation.
W. T. BURGE.
January 1 6 A.Z. DEMAREST.
J. R. BOYLSTON
IS FULLY AUTHORIZED AND EMPOWERED AS MY
Attorney to settle thc affairs of the late finn of W. T.
UURGE ,v CO., and for that purpose to use the name of
said firm In liquidation. A. Z. DEMAREST.
January 1, 1867. G January 1
THE UNDEBSIGNED, SUCCESSORS TO CRANE,
BOYLSTON k CO., huvo this day formed a Copart?
nership under tht style of J. B. BOYLSTON & CO., for
tho transaction of the WHOLESALE DRV GOODS BUSI?
NESS, at No. 45 HAYNE STBEET, corner Mooting street
J. BELO BOYLSTON.
ALBERT Z. DEMAREST.
HENRY BOYLSTON, Jr.
SAMUEL J. COBBIE.
Charleston. January 1,1867. 12 January 1
SILVER PLATE FOUND.-A PIECE OF
SILVER PLATE belonging to somo of the Taylor
family, was taken from a negro some time since, which
can he had by proving property and paying for adver?
tisement Apply at thia office. November 23
BOARDING.-MRS. H. K. A ML AH IS PRE?
FABED to receive Boarders, at No. liO Meeting
street, up stairs. Her many friends and acquaintances
will please boar this in mind. December 15
- i *. *> .:' .;. : ..
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It hos bceu remodelled and refurnished
throughout The travelling public, transient visitors, or
others, wiU find in it all the luxuries of a FIRST-CLASS
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts ol
Tho location is one of tho most airy and pleasant for
sr.m mer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this health?
ful exorcise is attached. No pains or expense spared to
give entire satisfaction. F. OPDEBECK.
CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PEE
FOE SALE BY JAS. M. 8HACKELFORD.
Broker, Ncv'5 Broad H treat, up stairs.
GOLD! GOLDI! GOLD!!!
ri OLD. SILVER, BANK BILLS _
VT ' UNITED STATES COMPOUND INTEREST
UNITED STATES 7-30 BONDS
STOCKS, BONDS, ic, bf all kinds, purchased at highest
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad street
Deco caber 5 taw 2mos
CONFECTIONERY, TOYS, ETC.
COR. KING AND ANN STREETS,
A. D. FLEMING,
Wholesale and Retail.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM HIS FRIENDS
and the public generally that be has now and keeps
constantly on hand a large and Increased Btock of fresh
CANDIES of his own manufacture, as well BS a complete
stock of FRENCH CONFECTIONERIES of direct impor?
tation. With the improvements recently made to his
Factory, he has every facility for supplying the city and
country trade. Merchants from tho conn try making pur?
chases for the HOLIDAYS are solicited to examine hie
stock, as liberal inducements will be offered to them.
December 8 Imo*
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
(FORMERLY WITH JOHN MOOD,)
Mannfactnring Jeweller an? Silyersmtli,
INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC THAT,
he has taken rooms In Beaufaln street, near King,
to tho rear of the establishment of Messrs. William G.
Whildon & Co., where he w?LaaBtto all ordors for
Manufacturing or P-cpairing ariy?5eW5liptlon of Jewelry
or Silverware at the shortest notice.-"
Masonic Jewels in sets or singly furnished to order.
December 10 .- mwf2mo
GIFTS FOR CHRISTMAS Al KEW YEARS.
GREAT WATCH SALE ON THE POPULAR ONE PRICE
PLA ri, GIVING EVERY PATRON A HANDSOME AND
RELIABLE WATCH FOR THE LOW PRICE OF TEN
DOLLARS, WITHOUT REGARD TO VALUE, AND
NOT TO BE PAID FOR UNLESS PERFECTLY SATIS?
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.$260 to $750
100 Magic Caeed Gold Watches..200to 600
100 Ladies' Watches, Enamelled.100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches.... 250 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Levers. 200 to 250
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.150 to, 200
600 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 250
600 Silver Hunting Levers. 60 to ISO
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 250
500 Gold Ladies' Watches. 60 to 250
1000 Gold Hunting LepincB. 60 to 76
1000 Miscellaneous Sil vor Watches. 60 to 100
2500 Hunting Silver Watches.. 26 to 60
6000 Assorted Witches, aU kinds. 10 to 75
??tr Every patron obtains a Watch by this arrange?
ment, costing but $10, while it may be worth $769. No
MESHBS. J. HicKT.rso & Co. -s GREAT UNION WATOBCO.,
Now York City, wish to immediately dispose of the above
magnificent Stock. Certificates, BMnag articles, are
placed in sealed envelopes. Holders are entitled to the
articles named on their certificate, upon payment of Ten
Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth $760 or one worth
lesa. The return of any of our certificates entities you to
the articlo named thereon, upon payment, irrespective
of Its worth, and as no article valued less than $10 ia
named on any certificate, it will atones be seen that this
leno Lottery, buta straight-forward legitimate trans?
action, which may be participated in even by the moat
A singlo Certificate wfU be sont by mail, post paid,
upon receipt of 26 cents, five for tl, eleven for $2, thirty
three and elegant premiam for $6, sixty-six and more
valuable premium for $10, one hundred and most superb
Watch for $16. To Agents or those wishing employment
this is a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by the Government, and open
to tho most careful scrutiny. Try uti
Address J. BICKLTn'S & CO..
No. iV/t Broadway, N. *.
DecemberlS ' Imo
SOUTH ENTERPRISE !
Southern Capital ! Southern Labor!
Georgia Cheinical Works,
NO. 87 YORK STREET, SAVANNAH, GA.
Tho above Works aro now manufacturing a very
superior article of
Which ia Hold at NORTHERN PRICES, IN SOME
INSTANCES FOR LESS, so that Merchante
purchasing from them will always SAVE
FREIGHT AND EXPENSES-will, in
in many instances, SATE ON THE
COST PRICE, and can alway*;
rely on obtaining the VERY
BEST FAMILY SOAP,
MANUFACTTJBED FEOM P?BE MATERIALS,
FREE FROM4-LL ADULTERATIONS.
rTlHE COMPANY DOBS NOT ASK FOR PATRONAGE
J. bocauao it la a SOUTHERN INSTITUTION, but
only asks for a trial. Buy a singlo box, or, If you prefer,
a singlo bar, or call at the Works and get a samplo foi
nothing, give it a vigorous and impartial trial, and if the
result proves that it is at leant EQUAL to any, and can be
bought CHEAPER, then give your patronage because it
wiR ce to YOUR OWN ADVANTAGE. \
Below are a few extracts from letters received from
?well-known citizens of this City and State, the originale
of which cou bo seen at the Works.
Information may be obtained from, and orders ad?
dressed to, the GEORGIA CHEMICAL WORKS,
Koy Box No. 770 Postofflcc, Savannah, Ga.
[From Rov. C. C. PBXNBEBOAST, Pastor St Patrick'?
I am most happy to be able to stato that, having had
your Soap thoroughly and impartially tried, in the opinion
of my housekeeper, an experienced and excollent judge
of tho article, it is really superior ba quality, and well de?
serving the patronage of the public for its own Intrinsic
merit I feel proud, for my part, that auch a fine article
hes been made at home, and assure you that I shall con?
sider it not only a pleasure bul a duty of justice, no leas
than patriotism, to recommend Ita use within the sphere
of my influence. " *.. * *
I am, gentlemen, yours respectfully,
[SignedJ REV. C. C. PRENDERGAST.
[From Rev. A M. Wnw, Pastor Trinity M. E. Church.]
* * * After giving lt such a thorough and
impartial trial, it affords me plcasuro to bo ablo to give 1-',
as our candid Judgment, that it ls as good a Soap, and
will bear comparison with any Soap of its kind that we
have used, for all tho purposes of a Family Soap. Its be?
log a home manufacture, doubly commends lt to me,
and I think onght to do so to all our citizens.
Very truly, yours,
[Signed] A. M. W?NN.
[From Rev. ''CHABLES B. KINO.]
Having used the Soap of your manufacturo with great
satisfaction in my family, I can cordially recommend it
as superior for laundry purposes, and far preferable tc
much that is sold for toilet purposes, being freo from
disagreeable smell and gumminess.
Respectfully yours, ic,
[Signed] C. B. KING.
I have tried tho Family Soap manufactured by the
Georgia Chemical Works, and found it to bo aa excellent
an article as any of Colgate's or other Northern Soaps,
Permit mo to congratulate the Company upon their suc?
cess. Respectfully, L. KNORR M.D,
[From Rev. S. LANDRUH, Savannah Baptist Church.]
We tried in the Family tho Soap made by the Georgia
Chemical Works, and cheerfully testify that it gives entire
***** * ?
I am, yours truly,
[81gned] 8. LANDRUM.
* * The Family Soap manufactured at the
above establishment, in this city, is equal, if not supe?
rior, to any Laundry Soap I have used in my family,
either previous to or since the war.
* * * For the washstand it is unobjectionable, and
for the laundry it cannot be excelled.
[Signed] " JNO. B. BARNWELL.
We have used the Georgia Chomical Works Soap in our
Laundry, and decidedly give it the pr?f?rence over all
other brands now in use.
[Slgnod] WM. COOLIDGE,
arAERHALL HOUSE, SAVANNAH.
[From the Pulaski House.]
We have tried the Washing Soap manufactured at tho
Georgia Chemical Works, aud find it os good as any
Northern Soap, and now give it the preference in our
[Signed] W. H. WTLTBERGER.
[From the Lanier House, Macon.]
I have tested your Family Soap, and take pleasure in
recommending it as an excellent article, and worthy of
[Signed] GEO. M. LOGAN.
[From the Brown House, Macon 1
I have used and tested your Family Soap, and take
pleasure in recommending it as being an excellent arti?
cle-as good as I would wish to use.
[Signed] E. E. BROWN.
MACON, Oct 18,18C6.
We have tested your Family Soap and have found lt aa
[Signed] MTX i KIRTLAND.
GBISWOLBVILLK, GA., Oct 20,18GC.
I have never used better Soap than that of yours
marked "Family Soap," and I am glad to know that wo
have parties in the South who aro exerting themselves to
manufacture what we need. If others would follow your
example we would soon havo aU that ls required for
homo consumption, thereby keeping our money amongst
us and not having it sont off to enrich othcra at our ex?
[Signed] E C. GRIER.
I concur in what ls above written, having used tho
[Signed] SAMUEL GRISWOLD.
For further recommendations of this Soap, reference ia
made to any person who has tried it
GIVE IT A TRIAL I
BRUNS & BEE,
No. 78 EAST BAY,
SOLE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
WILBUR & SOIN",
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS.
Nos. 13 and 15 State street and Nos. 1 and 3
CHARLESTON, & C.
April 2 mwflyr
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
CORN IN BULK, AFLOAT.
i)AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MTT.T.TBf? CORN
?3UuU ex Sehr. "Ella FISH," on Brown's : Wharf.
Auo, rs- STOKE.
7000 bushels prime White Milling COEN
1600 bushels prime Yellow Corn ?
4O00 bushels prime Oats Y
2000 bushels primo Bran
200 bushels prime Peas
Fresh Ground Grist and Meal.
TU ABIUVE PEU BCER. "D. 1). KTEICKEn."
5000 bushels prime White COEN.
For salo by JOHN CAMPS EN k CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite State street
January? ' v 2
?AA BARBELS CHOICE, EXTRA, SUPEB, AND
Ol" ' FINE FLOUR, in store and landing, and for
sale by JOHN CAMPSEV A CO.,
No. H Market street, opposite State street
HAY! HAT! T
O A AA BALES PRIME N. E. HAY.
?UUU For sale by
JOHN CAMPSEN i CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite Stahl street
FLOUR ! FLOUR ! FLOUR!
QA A BARBELS EXTRA BALTIMORE FLOUR
O Lr \J 460 barrels Extra Western Flour
100 b?rrela Extra Beat Family Flour
150 barrels White Bye Hour
60 barrels Buckwheat Flour.
Landing per schooner Eobert Caldwell, from New York,
480 barrels, various brands, LOW-PBICED FLOUB.
For sale by STENHOUSE k CO.
January 7_ _ 2
1 A A BARBELS LANDING AND FOR SALE BY
1UU WILLIAM UBACH.
January 7 . t.
GUANO, CORN, &c.
PERUVIAN GUANO, LANDING, AT ?E
. DICED PRICE FOR CASH.
CORN-PRIME WHITE TN BULK AND SACKS
OATS-In bulk and sacks
FLOUR-Baltimore Extra and ? Super
BACON-Rawson's Prime Clear Sides.
For sale by ? E. M. BOILER,
January 7 1 North Atlantic Wharf.
SIDES, SHOULDERS, HAMS,
STRIPS AND LARD.
QA HEEDS. PRIME C. B. SLUES AND SHOULDERS
0\J 10 bbls. N. T. Sugar-cured Pig Hams
' 25 bbls. N. Y. Sugar-cured Bacon Stripe
20 bbls. N. Y. Sugar-cured Pig Shoulders
200 Washington Hams
30 tubs Pure and Beaned Lard
T^Tifjjfig and for sale low hy
LAUBEY k ALEXANDER,
January 7 mw2 No. 137 But Bay.
ALE ! ALE ! ALE !
ey fi BARBELS.
?l\J 30 half-barrels of W. Clagett b Co's Celebrated
Baltimore ALE, Just received and for aale by
r J. & W. H. ARMSTRONG.
Nos. 40 and 42 Market street,
January 7 3 Near Meeting, north aide.
ALE ! ALE ! ALE !
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE ILE,
et ? ? , -V; ..' - ; ; .. : '
IN STOBE AND RECEIVING REGULARLY BY
every steamer. Their Brewery was established in
1776. All their Ale is warranted to be bf the very best quali?
ty, and ls pronounced by Judges to have no superior and
few equals. For sale, by the barrel or half barrel, by
J. A W. H. ARMSTRONG,
Nos. 40 and 42 Market st, near Meeting north side.
Agents for - Masara. W. CLAGETT b CO.
January 7 c tuthsSO sn Baltimore, Md.
1 AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
XUUU CORN. WILLIS b CT?BOLM.
er fi TONS PURE UNADULTERATED PERUVIAN
O U GUANO, from first hands, by
December 13 WILLIS A C?HSOLM
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
A (\ BHDS. CHOICE GROCERY SUGARS *
4trU 16 hhds. New Crop Clayed Molaases
GO bbls. New Crop Clayed Molasses, ex bark OrchlBa.
For sale low to close consignment
? ELSLEY b CBEIGHTON,
I Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf
100,000 BUSHELS OF REFUSE LIME,
j Impregnated ammonia, an excellent
y at tho GAS OFFICE, Church street
OAK, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD.
LUMBER, TIMBER AND SHINGLES.
"THIRST-RATE SUPPLY, FOR SALE VERY LOW.
JQ STEfNMEYER A SON, lactors,
January 3 thsm3 Beanain street
Or\f\ f\f\f\ SUPERIOR SEGARS IMPOBT
0\J\J,\J\J'U ED from Havana, of tho following
celebrated brands and sizes :
M^-pgTT. YOUNO AMEBXGA AM) FLOS SOBIIBANO.
LONDRES, CONCHAS, REGALIAS, FBICrENTEROS,
and Bags Smoking Tobacco.
TBOX POER ESP'K WINE AND LI QU O SS. .
CATALONIA, SHERRY, MADERIA WINE, RUM, COG?
NAC and Gin, Marmalade and Jelly.
For sale low, or at any price, in lola to suit purchasers,
by LOPEZ b CO.,
December 28 15 No. 71 East Bay.
Wine Trade of .the United States!
Pure California Champagne,
MADE AND PREPARED AS TF DONE IN FRANCE,
from pure California Wino, and taking the place
of Imported Champagne.
The undersigned would call tho attention of Wine Deal?
ers and Hotel Keepers to the following letter, which may
give a correct idea of tho quality of their Wine:
"CONTINENTAL HOTEL, )
"PHILADELPHIA, October 25,1866. J
"MESSBS. BOUOHEB b Co.
1 'GENTLEMEN: Having given your California Champagne
a thorough test we take pleasure in saying that wo think
it the best American Wine wo have over used. We shall
at once place it on our bill of faro.
"Yours truly, J. E. KINGSLEY b CO."
CALL and TRY our California Champagne.
BOUCHER dc CO.,
November 14 wfm3mo No. 36 DEY STREET, N. Y.
M. STOREN & GO.
JAMES M'CAREi'S SOAP FACTORY,
No. 729 King street, above Line,
HAVE ALWAYS ON HAND. FOR SALE,
Trmpg, KIP, CALF
SHEEP, GOAT, and DEER SKINS.
Dealers will do weB to call upon us before making pur?
chases. Have always a large assortment of the above on
Orders left at MOSES GOLDSMITH b SON, No. 4 Ven
duo Range, or at M. STOREN b CO.'S will be promptly
December 13 *thm3mos
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED ?rr-, EXTRACT
BY nf of a letter from a
TO BE THE ONLT j^Bjft Brother at
JES "Tell LEA b PEE
AND APPLICABLE fj^ES, RTNS that their SAUCE
i?v.>" is highly esteemed in In*
zri~- din, and is, in my opinion,
the most palatable, as
EVER! VARIETY fet?Ofl! well as the most whole
|?fc-W,iJ?oine SAUCE that is
OF DISH. ^R2*-*made."
The success of this most delicious and unrivalled con?
diment having caused many unprincipled dealers to
apply tho name to Spurious Compounds, (he PUBLIC is
respectfully and earnestly requested to ece that tho names
of LEA k PEBED?S are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA Sc PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YOBK, AGENTS.
Ootober 19 nnwlyr
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c.,
NO. 259 KING- STREET,
(BRANCH OF No. 900 BBOADWAY, NEW YOBK)
LL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THIS ESTABLISH
J\. MENT aro of the first quality. We sell no gooda
but what we can recommend and warrant to be PUBE
Goods delivered to all parts of the city, free of charge.
EDWARD M. L'ENGLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL PRACTICE TN THE COURTS IN EAST
References-MCCBADY i SON, ADAMS k FBOST, WM. MC
BUBNET, Esq. f Gmo* December 21
1 AA T0NS ?ENTJTNE PERUVIAN GUANO. FOB
?\J\J sale at Io wost market rate, by
January*_$ - , T.J.KERRACO.
DIRECT FROM AGENTS, AT MARKET
,... BATES. ."
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO, ?76 OASE; $80 FTBST
November, with interest, approved city acceptance.
Swan Island Guano, $20 cash; $25 lat November, with
later: st, approved city acceptance.
Bough's Phosphate of Lime, $60 cash; $66 lat Novem?
ber, with biterest, ?prored dry acceptance,;
Pheonix Guano, $65 cash:,
i Flower of Bone, unadulterated and unburnt
Farmers' Plaster or Gypsum, warranted pure.
I offering the above manures to planters, J do so with
every coniidecce, not only having - testimon?ala Ama
planters who have used them the past year, but the
further guarantee that every cargo, as it arrives from the
factory, is analyzed by Prof. Shepard, Of the South
Carolina Medical College, and the high reputation of
these manares folly kept up. J. M. HOBSON,
January 1_._No. 62 East Bay.
07 ALL KINDS, AT LOW PRICES; IRON AND
Steel Ploughs, Wheelbarrows, Trucks, Straw and
Stalk Cutters, Com Sheller*, Fanning and Grain Mflla,
Cotton Gina, Oom and Cotton Planters" Seed Drina,
Plough Outing, Gin Gear and other Castings, Horse
Power Threshing TW?/,>,?TI<M^ Guano, Bone Dust, Phos?
phate of Lime, Ac JOHN MOOEE,
DecentberlO tao No. 193 Front-street, New York.
rrUTE APPLICATION OF BONE PHOSPHATE HAS
X always been beneficial-tho only difficulty being to
obtain a genuine article. Before offering BAUGH'8
PHOSPHATE on the nar kat the last season, I submitted
lt far analysis ts Professor Shepard, of the South Caro?
lina Medical College, who fully endorsed it, and his
opinion has nov been verified by actual arperimont hy
our own Planters, whose testimony I have of the au
Sor excellency of this Phosphate, especially In the cul
i of Cotton, in Insuring a good stand.
J. N. ROBSON, Agent,
December 10 sn mwfihno No. 69 EAST BAT.
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
T>LOWS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, HORSE HOSE
JT Corn "dills. Corn Sheller*, Feod Cutters
Cotton, Corn asd Garden Seed Plantera
Grain Cradles, bythes and Snaths : ~ .
* . Shovels, Spades, Forkn sad Hoes
Bice and Grain Fan ll fha
. Head and Power Cottxm Gina
Hors? Powers-of all linds
Bsagtag Machines, Threshing Machi nw
Grain Separators and Cleaners.
-'% AGENTS FOB THE
AGENTS FOB THE
IMBIL WASHING MACHINE.
LITTLE & M ABSHALL,
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
CIIAELE?TON, S. C.
December IO. mwfimo
No. ll BB01D STREET.
C0LBTJRN & HOWELL,
A GEN TS,
REPRESENTING THE FOLLO WING
FIRST-CLASS ffiSlMCE COMPANIES,
" , ? TO-WIT:
Germania, Hanover, Niagara, Repub?
lic, Underwriters of N. York.
ONE POLICY is issued by the above loar companies, se?
curing with dispatch large Unes cf Insurance. .
Atlantic Fire Insurance Company, of
Commercial Fire Insurance Compa?
ny, of New York.
Tradesman Fire Insurance Compa?
ny, of New York. *
Putnam Fire Insurance Company,
Merchants* Fire Insurance Compa?
ny, of Hartford.
Union Fire Insurance Company, of
Washington Fire Insurance Compa?
ny, of Baltimore.
Albemarle Fire Insurance Company,
C APIT AL., .$300,000
Jefferson Fire Insurance Company,
Southern Insurance and Trust Com?
pany, of Savannah.
?-POLICIES ISSUED ON BUILDINGS, MERCHAN?
DISE, FURNITURE, sad other personal pioperty; Ves-.
eels in port and their Cargoes, on favorable terms.
ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED AND PAID TN
J. H. COLBURN,
S. S. HOWELL.
January 1 6
FIRE MUM COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.$10,000,000 IN GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADGKB'S SOUTH WHABF.