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CHARLESTON DM NEWS,
G: R. CATHCABT, EDITOU,
CATHCABT, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 KAYNE STREET.
DAILY- rwELYE M?NCHS.
DAILY-I TEE MOUTHS.
BINGLE O )PIES.
TO NEWS DEALERS.-.
The Twentieth and Eleventh Infantry, tho only
troops at present in Richmond, Ya., havo boon
ordered off to the Western plaint).
Tho Jackson (Miss.) Clarion loam? that the ro?
mains of tho late Gen. WM. BAEKSDALE will be re?
moved from Gettysburg to that placo for inter?
ment in a fow days.
Owing to the depression in business the princi?
pal mill owners of Lawrence, Mass., havo notified
their employees of a reduction of ton per cent, on
The Dickson House, a popular house of enter?
tainment in Jackson, Miss., was destroyed hy fire
on the night of tho 4 th inst. Tho loss is estimated
at $35,000, upon which tho insurance had expired
but a few weeks previously.
As an evidenco of tho onormona receipts of the
mammoth papers of New York, it is stated that
the cash receipts of tho New York Tribune for the
last week wero $62,869.98, which is 30 per cent.
^-----.x.?n ui u.uy previous week.
potatoes am ouulo luto nUuuh in. Now Kn tri an ri
at an extensive rate. A single starch factory in
Vermont has in this way consumed twenty-eight
thousand bushels of potatoes within the past three
A project for a grain elevator, of large capacity,
is under consideration by the business men of New
Orleans. It is claimed that grain grown in tho
West can be shipped from New Orleans to Enropo
at much less cost than from New York.
Two cities, which desire to be considered as
rivale of Chicago, have each made another at?
tempt to get up a metropolitan sensation. Mil?
waukee has another case of infanticide, and Cin?
cinnati has opened & dram shop which cost
In 1860 there were 54,000 church edifices in the
United States, with sittings for 18,974,579 per?
sons, leaving . a population of 12,467,745 withont
provision in any church or soot-fearful statistics,
after allowing a liberal per cent, for persons too
young or too old, too sick or too infirm, to attend
The National Bank of Mobile recently declaiod a
semi-annual dividend of eight per cent, on the
capital Btock. This is the second dividend within
the year, tho former being of ton per cent.; making
eighteen per cent for the year. This is doing very
well for an institution the first year of its existence.
MiTTVTT.Tin is said to have a regular Mexican
force of thirty-five thousand, with an auxiliary
force of twenty-five thousand men, exclusive of
the French, who are paid regularly every morning.
If that ia the case, MAX. has a very respectable
basis to sustain himself.
The railroad over Mount Cenia, Italy, to he done
next spring, masters grados as steep as one foot in
twelve, and tho locomotive is to hold on and go
ahead by means of a third or central rail, which it
pinches with a pair of large, horizontal wheels or
A gardener In the Parish of St James, Louisiana,
whilst hoeing up a patch of ground, discovered
a small iron box, containing a cross of the legion
of honor, a parchment patent of nobility, and a
manuscript of moral sayings. At least so says tho
St. Martin Democrat.
The Gentile merchants of Salt Lake City offer to
leave the Territory if the Mormon Elders will pay
the outstanding accounts due the merchants from
members of the Mormon Church, and buy their
stocks of goods, and other property-the Gentiles
deducting twenty-five per cen;., from the cash
Tho citizens of Galla tin and Stunner county,
Tennessee, havo organized a Southern Belief As?
sociation, for the purpose of procuring and for
wMcrw^a^Brp^&a &ntSS1UmS. ft!aXre1^,"c??ni,
siderable quantities of corn, provisions and other
necessaries have been procured.
A Sandwich Island Judge was applied to by a
man who wanted a divorce from a quarrelsome
wife. The woman was in court, and expressed the
wish that the husband's plea might be granted.
The Judge refused, however, and advised the man
to ?3 heme and rule the wife, and see if they could
not then bo happier.
SAMXTKI. COX, of Saratoga, Minnesota, slacked
soma limo in a kerosene barrel, the other day.
While starring it, he brought a lighted candle in
contact with the gas rising from the barrel, which
exploded, throwing him against the cellar wall,
tearing np the cellar floor, and badly scalding the
people in the house.
A curious accident occurred a few evenings since
at the Theatre do la Porte St. Martin. Madame
B., one of the artistes de ballet, wore on her head
a steel crown, surmounted by a star, to which was
attached a wire connecting with an electric battery,
which when in play elicited sparks of fire ; but the
shock proved too severe, and the danseuse was
struck senseless on the stage ; sho soon, however,
recovered, and ro sum ed her place.
The Petersburg Gazette makes tbta valuable
suggestion : "Some timo ' during tho life of AN
SBKW JACKSON he was presented with a sword or
snuff-box, which he directed by his will to be
given to whatever citizen of the United States
should most distinguish himself at some future
time by meritorious service to the country. We
suggest the propriety of referring to the will of the
deceased President, in order that its provisions may
be fully carried out. We suppose that either Gene?
ral LEE or General QUANT will be tho recipient of
ibis valuable legacy."
To show the wonderful rapidity with which Texas
is settling, we quote from one of our exchanges
the following description of Sherman, a town,
judging from its name, which has evidently sprung
up since the war: "Sherman can boast of as good
ft alto as any town in Northern Texas. It is situ?
ated near the centre of Grayson County, and in
the richest portion of the State. It contains as
many or more business houses than any town of
its ?iza. -in the State; ten dry goods houses, one
large church^one hotel, one boarding house, one
restaurant, three groceries, four blacksmith shops,
four wood shops, and the finest brick buildings in
Empress E?OBMIA intendsjto hold two exhibitions
of her own during the next year-one in Trianon,
the other at Malmaison. At Trianon'all the fur?
niture and things that have any reference to
HABIB ASTOXBKIK are to he brought together ; at
Malmaison, those referring to JOSEPHINE and
H?HTEN ss. They will be, to a certain extent, loan
collections, aa the Empress ie to address herself
publicly to the proprietors of all suitable relics.
The two palaces will be decorated exactly os they
were in the lifetime of these illustrions person?
ages. A "guide," with a historical introduction
and a complete index of all the furniture, dresses,
jewels, linen, ?te., is said to be already ia prepara?
The Louisville Courier of the 8th says : "Yes?
terday afternoon a young lady, whose name wo
are requested to withhold, being out visiting, hap?
pened to pass tbo Tosidenoe of Mrs. M. C. CEOCKKTT,
on First street, near College street, when Mrs. C.,
?seing her pass, called her ?nd invited her into
her residence. The young lady having been
acquainted with her almost from infancy, accepted
her Invitation and went in. It would be well for
ns to state here that Mrs. CBOCKETT, since her
husband's death, has lived secluded, occupying
her r?sidence by her herself, and has become a
victim to a monomania, in which she thinks that
everybody is seeking her life, and that her
neighbors, especially, have threatened to kill
hex. After the young lady had entered tho
house and bad taken a seat, Mrs. C., apparently
perfectly sane and right, got dawn the Bible and
requested her to read a ferr chapters. She did so;
bat after reading for nuu-iy an hour, expressed
that abe was tired, and prepared to go home. At
this time the old lady became excited, and attacked
the girl. As the old lady had locked the door,
there vms no way of escape bat by the window,
and toward thia she ran, screaming. Mrs. OBOOK
wrr followed, and overtook her, and choked her
pretty badly. The girl, however, managed to
struggle looae, and again attempted to escape, bet
the old woman picked ap the poker and ron after
her, striking at har with it. The girl then com
anenoed crying "morder," in which the old woman
Joined tastily, the latter, however, atm using the
?oker. When the neighbors went to the rescue
tia-girl was almost frightened to death, and badly
beaten and tom up. ' The old lady had also hort
Jwwslf badly withes, poker."
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ters remaining ir-, thc Postoffkc at thc end
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tte City of Charleston:.
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.which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have tile
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tliis journal must be addressed to the Editor of Oe '
Baily News. No. 18 Hayne-slreet, ?liarlcston,S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of VaUy
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AdvertisemenU outside of the cUy must be accompa?
nied arith the caafc. _
SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12,1867.
TEE LIFE AND CHARACTER OF BISHOP
We take pleasure in announcing to our read
era that tho next issue of our WEEKLY will
contain an able and elaborate biographical
momoir of the above-named late lamented pre?
late, written by the band of affection. Those
desirous of procuring extra copies should send
in their names in time.
"THE COMMISSIONER FROM 30 UTH CARO
Not a singlo day has passed, during the past
four weeks, in which wc. did not find something
about Col. AYBATRBKLT'S "mission" to Washing?
ton in almost crerjr cj.eluu.5a that comes to our j
"saw TI.? u.m- ?r South Carolina is fast be?
coming odious in tho South, and an object of I
derision in the North,-and all because of
what ? Because the Courier, in its over-anxiety
to obtain- a sensational paragraph, published
what it was pleased to call an authentic state?
ment of his visit to Washington, given to it from
the lips of Col. WEATHERLY himself. We
have refrained from ' saying anything on tho
subject, because wo thought we knew some?
thing of the gentlemen who compose the Senate
of South Carolina, and more especially because
we have enjoyed a personal acquaintance
with Col. WEATHERLY; and we did not believe
that tho Sonate would send to Washington for
the purpose alleged, nor that Col. W. would
have consented to go on such an embassy. We
were satisfied to wait until we should hear
from Col. W. himself, and we are pleased to
have it in our power this morning to furnish a
full ond completo contradiction to tho many
false rumors and so-called authentic statements
that have gone forth in reference to this whole
matter. Tho following from Col. W. will ex?
2b the Editor of the Cliarleston Baily News :
In the Courier ot the 25th December there ap?
peared an editorial statement headed, in capitals,
"The Kcportod Commission from the Stato of
South Carolina to Washington," and on the 5th
January another editorial headed, "Col. Weather
ly'8 Statement," it which it is said, "We sought an
interview with him" (mysolf), "and from bis lipB
obtained tho important information which we had
the pleasure of laying before our readers the fol?
To all thiB I have simply and briefly to say that
I never authorized the publication of any state?
ment concerning my visit to Washington. I was
applied to for such authority, and expressly and
positively rofused it.
I have further to say, that the statements
axe, in some essential particulars, inaccurate.
For instance-it is not correct to say-and
I have never said-that my visit to Washing?
ton was "to confer with the President on the
probability of tho Stato being restored to her place
in the Union should she adopt the Constitutional
Nor is it true that I was "a Commissioner of the
Stato of South Carolina," or of her Legislature, to
confer with any one upon the subjoct of the Con?
ber of Senators for tho purpose of satisfying my
own mind, and to give them the benefit of such in?
formation as I might be able to obtain concerning
the condition of public affairs. It seems to me
that this was a very proper purpose, which ought
not to have attracted any public attention, and
which certainly has been greatly misunderstood
and misrepresented in every direction.
T. C. WEATHERLY.
BEN?TETTSVUXE, HASZJSOEO?GH DISTRICT, Janua?
THE REPORT OF THE REVENUE COM?
Outside of the settlement of the affairs ofthe
South, there is no measure which so urgently
demands the consideration of the Government
at Washington as the adjustment, on a fair and
equitable basis, of the system of taxation which
is to be enforced for the payment of the na?
tional debt and thc support of the governmental
establishment. As the passions arising from
the war subside, the tariff and internal revenue
systems will exact moro earnest thought, and
require a higher statesmanship than the pre?
sent Congress appears to possess,-which will
be only noted in the future for its promotion
of sectional strife and partizan bitterness.
Under any system of revenue, the payment of
the interests, and a provision for thc gradual
extinction of a debt of $2,500,000,000 will
seriously embarrass many branches of national
industry ; but when marked, as are some fea?
tures of the present system, by great inequality
and unfairness, it will be a wonder if many
pursuits do not decline and die under its
withering operation. The people of the North
are already giving their attention to the
diminished prosperity which at present attend
the pursuit of great branches 'of Trade which
were formerly very successful and growing, but
which have since, and during the war, ceased
to be the wealth-creating machines which they
were previously. The Commissioner of the
revenue, Mr. WELLS, hos lately made a report
on the financial system of the Government,
which is attracting considerable attention, and
its views and opinions are being noticed at
length in many of the public journals. He
states that, while th? cost of subsistence has
advanced ninety per cent-, the wages of labor
have only increased sixty. This fact exhibits
moat strikingly the impoverishing effect which
a heavy system of taxation has in diminishing
th? limitad means of ' the laboring classes.
Massachusetts has suffered-the decrease in
the number of hands employed in many
branches of the cotton manufacture in that
State having reached thirty-one per cent., and
in the consumption of raw cotton fifty-six per
sent. One of the most striking features of the
leoline has been in ;the shipping interest,
ivhich, before the war, was the pride and boast
jf the country-the registered tonnage eng&g
?d in the foreign trade having, in five years,
allen off over fifty per cent., and formerly ex?
ceded that of Great Britain, but is now thirty
hree per cenL less. In November last there
-as but a single vessel in course of construc
io i at the ship-yards of New York, and only
?ne or two at Boston ; and the report says that
n the opinion of exporienoed New York ship
?wners, "that no voyage with--an American
vessel can be planned at the present time from
he United States to any foreign port with a
.easoncbls expectation of. profit," " In many
?ranches of manufacturo" (the report states)
'the internal rates of taxation, superadded to
he high prices paid for raw materials and for
abor, sweep nearly all the profits into the
offers of the Governmeat." .
The Nev,- York Times, in noticing tho report,
"The condition of our currency is dwelt troon by
lr. Wells as one of the most prpMo^soprceB of
ho evils from whioh we suffer. Gold, and silver
re properly a measure of value, because they are
ue product of labor, and, as such, the supply of
item is regulated by natural laws. But the supply
f oar legal-tender paper mono i has depended ex
instvely on the wants of tb? Government and the
otivity of the printing press. Hence, moder the
Deration of PUT present currency, commercial
slues are arbitrary and capricious, and prices vary
jntinuolly, In defiance of known laws or prece
dents. Tho spirit of speculation has taken thc
place of the spirit of production; distrust and un?
certainty aro accompanied with extravagance and
recklessness. "Thcso thing?," tho roport re?
mind!! u?i->'havo horno heavily on tho laboring
classes, and on most of tho rorruinr industries;
havo largely increased tho cost of living, while thoy
have givon to tho poor nono of tho compensating
advantages which capitalists dori ve from an un?
settling of tho value of property." Mr. Webster's
saying is cited ns apposite. "Or all tho con?
trivances," said the groat Daniel, "for cheating
tho laboring classes of mankind, nono bas 1 Jon
found moro effectual than that which deludos thom
with an irredeemable paper currency."
Anothor cause of industrial and trading disturb?
ance-and perhaps of all causea tho most power?
ful-is tho extent of tho burdon of national taxa?
tion. Mr. WOUB' illustrative facts are most
instructive. Thus, taking tho revenue raised by
internal taxation and from customs during the las t
fiscal year as the basis of calculation, wo find that
the taxation or tho American people is heavier,
por hood, than that of any pcoplo in the world. It
was $11.4G, gold, per capita, against $10.92 in
Groat Britain, $7.97 in Franco, $5.69 in Belgium,
$3.43 in Prussia, ?5.27 in Austria. An examination
of tho ratio of taxation to property brings out a
still more unfavorable result. In tho United States,
during tho last fiscal year, it amounted to three
and niDoly-tbrce ono-hundredths (3.93) per cont.,
while in Great Britain it waB only nine-tenths ot
one por cent.
AYOUNG MAN OP RESPECTABILITY,
and a native of this city, ie desirous of obtaining
something to do. Ho would like to get a placo as Cleric
tn a store or counting house. He ls willing to rocelvo a
small salary until be la well acquainted -with tho busi?
ness. Best of recommendations given If required. Ad?
dress C. Y., Dally Mows office. status* January 12
ANTED .-A WHITE OR COLORED
GIRL, to do housework; satisfactory recommen?
dations will bo required aa to charaetor. Apply at No.
20R. CORNER KING AND PRINCESS STREETS.
January 12 _
WANTED.-A RESPECTABLE GIRL,
(WHITE), for general housework. Applv at No. ll
BULL STREET, near Pitt._3_January 13
WANTEO-AN INDUSTRIOUS LAD,
with the highest recommendations, good address,
and a knowledge of the Grocery business, is dogirous of
obtaining employment. Address INDUSTRY, at the.
Office of the Dally Nows._January 12
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, AN ELDER? !
LY COLORED WOMAN to Cook and Wash. Ap?
ply in DOUGHTY STREET, No. 5, sooond door west of
Aahloy street._Janury ll
WANTED, A COMPETENT HIDDLE- [
AGED NURSE (colored) for a baby throe months
old. Good recommendatj ns as to honesty and capacity '
required. Apply at this o aicc^ January 3
AGENT? WANTED FOR THE LIFE
LETTERS, SPEECHES, tte, ot Hon. ALEXAN?
DER H. STEPHENS, by Henry Cleveland, Esq., late
editor of Uie Augusta (Ga.) C jnsUtatlonaliBt. Sond for
Circulars and nee our terms ai d a full description of the
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Mein Btraets, Richmond, Ya.
December 27 Imo*
TO RENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
HOUSE in Wentworth street, between Smith and
Butlcdgo streets; contains ten room., with gas and
water fixtures complete. Apply at the offico of WILKIN?
SON Sc GILCHRIST, Attorneys at Law, N-" 48 Broad
street. fmw Jannaryl2
TO RENT, "BLACKWOOD," ONE OF THE
safest Plantations on South Sm too Rlvor, containing
222 acres fine Rice Lands. On tao place is a Thrasher
aud all necessary buildings. Tor further particulars
apply to S. L. HOWARD tc BRO.,
January 10 thstu3_Boyce's wharf.
rpo RENT, A COMFORTABLE DWELLING,
I with all necessary appurtenances, at No. St Bonulain
street Inquiro at No. 27S King street.
January 5_. Btu th
EA RE CHANCE FOR GARDENERS AND
HORTICULTURISTS_An ORCHARD to be rented
withins halfmile nf Stateburg, S. C.. and 2X miles of the
Claremont Depot, ou tho Camden branoh of the South
Carolina Railroad. Situated on the bigh hills ot San tee,
in one of the healthiest (having long been tho Summer
residence of planters) ns well as best and surest fruit
producing regions of the Southern country, this offer
ehould bo very attractive. Tho Orchard, covering a space
of 30 acres, contains about 5000 Poach trees, SOO Pears, and
700 Apples. There is a good Dwelling House, containing
four rooms, with all necessary outbuildings for the
accommodation of a family, and bouses for tho accommo?
dation of laborers. There ia a Church, and a Fostofflcc
will soon be established within half a milo of the place.
Tho trees aro selected with a special view to tho Northern
market, and are in full bearing, being from S to 8 years
old. Tho most liberal terms will bo given to any one
bringing skill and capitaL Tbero is a Grapery, contain?
ing 30 vines, of foreign varletira, under glass, in full
bearing, until thojast year, when it was neglected.
There is a Propagating House aud Nursery Beds for fruit
and ornamental trees, and about 150 acres of good land
for tho cultivation of corn and cotton, heimging to the
tract, which can be obtained. Thc Orchard and acces?
sories will bo rented or workod upon shares. Apply to
JAMES K- PRINGLE,
Factor and Coinmiosion Merchant,
Adger's North Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
December 13 "_theta
COTTON AND CORN PLANTATION TO
RENT, in Sumter District, 8 miles west of Sumter
village. Thc Wilmington and Manchester Railroad runs
through the tract, and a station on thc tract.'and within
2 ml;os of the settlement. Location perfectly healthy.
Water perfectly pure and sweet. Good accommodations
for ISO to 200 negroes. About 1O0O to 1200aorcs of arable
land, cleared and under lenee-fences In tolerably fair
condition. Good dwelling house, containing 6 rooms,
and all necessary outbuildings, an stables, barns, kitchen,
storerooms, kc. There are some laborers now on tho
place who might be induced to remain, an they are at?
tached to the place. Will bo sold. If desired, or rented
for a term of years. Parties can examino tho place bv
SEElE2S?2j?(i5?LB- MOOEE, stStatebnrgb, S. C. Tract
worked on the place. Good cotton arid corn land for the
middle country. The proprietor of this placo m vi tes
propositions from parties desiring to invest in cotton
planting as to cultivating this plantation ou shares.
_December 13 thstu
TO RENT, A FA It M SITUATED ON COOP?
EE River, eight milos from the city, containing 401
acres, between 60 and 70 of which have bcun planted tho
past summer. On it la a comlortablo Dwolling, Kitchen,
Barn, Stable, and negro Houses. Apply at Office.
December 8 stuthm
SEA ISLAND PLANTATION TO RENT FOR
ONE, TWO OR THREE YEARS.-All that valuable
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, known as Pal- I
metro Hall, on Chisolm'a Island, at tho head waters of
St. Helena Sound, containing 1000 acres of cleared land,
having necessary buildings, ?EC. Terms easy. Apply to
WILLIS tc CHISOLM,
January 1_tus_North Atlantic Wharf.
mo RENT, HOUSE No. ?JO ELLIOTT ST.,
I having six square rooms, with kitchen having
three square rooms. Apply to
lt. M. MARSHALL tc BRO.,
Real Estate Agents, No. 33 Broad street.
January ll_ 3
TO RENT. A STORE AND DWELXNG AT
George's Station, S. C. Railroad, on favorable terms.
Apply to J. M. PRYZBOROSKI,
January ll_3*_George's Station.
TO REST.-STORE SOUTHEAST C?RNER
Charleston Hotel. Apply at Hotel, or A. S. HULL.
January 10 ;
mo RENT, A KITCHEN WITH FIVE
JL ROOMS, In the rear of No. 20 Broad street. In
qulre of WTT.T.TAUTS & CO. 3 January 10
T> OOM TO RENT.-ONE LARGE FRONT
XX ROOM, furnished or unfurnished. Apply at No. 9
STATE STREET._ -S January B
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE STORE ON
King street-Shelving, Counters, tee, complete. In
qnire at No. 449 KING STREET._Janua ry 8
T0oJ2S5Tz0riIE T?LHEE STORY BRICK
RESIDENCE. No. 27 Vandorhorst street, having gas
throughout, cistern, well, carriage bouse, stables, ic.
Apply to SOREVEN tc NISBET,
TO RENT, FART OF A RESIDENCE IN
Meeting street, with four or five rooms. Arrolv at
WM. H. DAWSON. No. 30 Broad rtreet. January 6
TO RENT, TWO NICE SQUARE ROOMS,
and a KITCHEN. Apply at N?. 29 HASEL STREET,
near East Bay. _January 3
mO RENT-ONE ROOM EN - A GENTEEL
i private family. Also KITCHEN and Servants' rooms.
For particulars apply at this Office. November 27
rpHE COPARTNERSHIP OF GANTT tc BOYLE HAS
X been dissolved by mutual consent,
JAMES L. GANTT,
WM. A. BOYLE.
January 1,1867. . srnw3 January 12
HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A COPARTNERSHIP
under the name and firm of HOFFETT tc BOYLE,
tor the purpose of conducting a Taetorage and General
Concussion Business. Office BOYCE & CO.'B WHARF.
JAMES G. MOFFETT,
WM. A BOYLE.
January 1. 1887._smw3_January 13
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP._
rv-vHE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING TS THIS CITY
I under the name of SALAS ii CO. is thia day dis
lorved by its limitation. . Mr. F. P. SALAS will use the
asmo of tho firm only in liquidation. SALAS & CO.
Charleston, 31st December, 1866.
January i "
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE TUTS DAY
formed a copartnership in thia- city under tho
Lame and style of BONAFONT tc SALAS, for the trans
ictlon of a General and Commission business, as well os
br tho importing and exporting of produce, at No. 118
?ast Bay street, and have granted to Mr. RAMON SALAS
mr full power of Attorney.
FItANCIS P. SALAS.
Charleston, 1st January. 1867. IS January 1
T1HE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE THE GENE
L RAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING BUSINESS In
bis city under his own name. P. J. ESN ABD.
January 1_tnthsS, Boyce tc Co/a Wharf.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
TYKE FLEM OF DEM A REST & RUMLEY D3 DI3
L SOLVED by mutual consent.
C. J. DEMABE8T is alone authorized to sign the name
f the firm In liquidation. JOHN BUMLY
December 27 thstuS* . C. J. DBMABE8T.
IYHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
L Copartnership under tho firm name of MATLCITTAT.J.,
?URGE tc BOWEN, for the purpose of carrying on the
rHOLESALE DRY GOODS BUSINESS at No. 158 MEET
?8. W. MARSHALL.
W. T. BURGK.
0. A. BOWEN.
Charleston, January 1,1867. tntbalmo January 1
NOTICE. f" ^
ETHE FIRM OF CRANE, BOYLSTON & CO. IS THIS
L DAY dissolved by mutual content. El th or partner
i authorized to sign the name of the firm in liquidation.
JOHN G. CRANE.
J. BEDD BOYLSTON.
WM. IL TOWNSEND.
HENttY BOYLSTON, Jr.
SAMT, J. COBBIE.
January 1,1867. ruths !
PHE UNDERSIGNED, SUCCESSORS TO CRANE, ?.
L BOYLSTON A CO., have this day formed a Coport
srship under thc style of J. R. BOYLSTON Sc CO., for
ie transaction of the WHOLESALE DEY GOODS BOSL?
EYS, at No. 45 HAYNE STREET, corner Meeting street.
J. REID BOYLSTON.
ALBERT Z. DEKABSST. t
HENRY BOYLSTON, Jr. <
SAMUEL. J. CORRIE.'
Charleston, January 1,1807. 13 January 1
nus FKEaen PROTESTANT CH?KCH OK
TTTHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CORPORATION
ja. wiii be held it too Church on Monday Afternoon,
:ho 11th instant, at t'A o'clock.
DANIEL RAVENED. 3a.,
Januar--12 Secretary and Treasurer.
OFFICE OF THE1IOJ1F. INSURANCE COM
PANT, OF 8AVANNAH, OA.
SAVANNAH. January 9. 1807.
ri IHK AN NU Ali MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
JL or thia Company will bo hold at the office ol tho
Company on the 17th Instant, at 13 o'clock Mi
An ELECTION FOR DIRECTORS for the ensuing year
wilt bo held at the same timo and placo.
Polia will be open from 12 till 3 P. M.
Januory 12 stutbs4 President.
M.-. E.-. GRAND ROYAL ARCH. CHAPTER
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
rTTHE ANNUAL. GRAND CONVOCATION OF THIS
I Most Excellent Grand Chapter will be holden at Ma
sonto Hall, Charleston, on Tuesday, February 12.1867,
at 13 M. The annual election or Grand O ulcera will then
be held, in addition to the consideration of highly im
portent business, requiring the punctual and general
attendance of the Grand Officers and Delegates from
By order of tho M. E. Grand High Priest.
January 12 26.Foo.12* Grand Secretary.
I. O. O. F_R. W. GRAND LODGE OF THE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
rTTHE ANNUAL COMMUNICATION OF THIS GRAND
JL Body will bo holden in this city on Wednesday, 16th
instant, commencing at 9 A.M. Tho Officers and Mern
bora will take due notice thereof.
By order of the M. W. G. M.
JNO. H. HONOUR, Ja.. M. D.,
January 12 S Grand Secretary.
FOR BALE CHEAP.-A FINE SIDE
WHEEL STEAMER of 110 TONS; length on dock
124 feet, boam 24 feet, over all 34 foot, depth of hold 6
feet, draft water 3 foet; hos two (2) Independent high
pressure engines; diameter of cylinder ll inch; atroke of
piston 4 feet; has one (1) flue boiler; ls in good repair
and ready for service. _
A 3TDEWHEKL STEAMER; length 75 feet on deck, 20
foot beam, over all 80 feet, depth of hold 6 feet, draft
water 3 feet; has one superior low pressure en..ino, 18
inch cylinder. C foot stroke, bottom metaled, sud well
calculated for a ferry boat. For further particulars apply
to ARCHIBALD GETTY A CO..
January ll 1 s tu th North Atiantio Wharf.
FOR SALE, FORTY HEAD FYNE THREE
and four year old MULES. Apply at MILLS HOUSE
FOR SALE.-A SUPERIOR TOP BUGGY
and a set of RUGGY HARNESS, can be bought
reasonably by applying to WM. T. ELFE,
December 19_No. 90 Anson-street
T7H>R -a ALE. A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHIL.A- I
JO DELPHI*. University of Medicine and Surgery,
j This Scholarship entitles students to full Instruction un?
til graduation in tho MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac- '
lng Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil
1 dren. Principles and Practice of Medicino and Pafholc
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
I Office. December 15
AT PRIVATE SALE-A FINE FARM, IN
GOOSE CREEK PARISH, containing 62 acres of
land, 34 of which are cleared and under fence; tho bal?
ance well wooded. This place is situated 16 miles from
Charleston, on the State Road, and within a quarter of a
mlle of the Northeastern Railroad. There ls a fine or?
chard on the place.
For information apply to
Dr. H. BATE,
December ll No. 131 Mooting street
DB. T. 8. THOMSON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE
and residence to No. 59 BEA UFAIN STREET.
January 10 thatuS*
DR. F. PEYRE PORCHER HAS REMOVED HTS
r?sidence and office to MEETING STREET, next to
Mill's House, 2d floor. 'Office hours from 1 to 2 and from
6 to 7 P. M. He can also be found daily at the City Hos
pltaL Mazy ck street, from 9 to 10 A. M.
January 5 stuth4
STRAYED FROM NO. 90 COMING STREET,
on the evening of tho 10th inst, a large black NEW?
FOUNDLAND DOG, answering to the name of "Nero."
Said dog is black, with white breast; co Uar and feet and
tail tipped with white. A liberal reward will be paid for
his recovery if returned as above.
January 12 atuth3*
BOARDING_MRS. H. KAMBAH IS PRE?
PARED to receive Boarders, at No. 146 Meeting
j street, up stairs. Her many friends and acquaintances
will please bear this In miad. December 15
ri lidia HOTEL TS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
I PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
throughout The travelling public, transient visitors, or
j others, will find in it all tho luxuries of a FIRST-CLASS
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts ot
The location la one of the most airy and pleasant for
summer. A Billiard Saloon for tho lovers of this health
fol exorcise is attached. No painB or expense spared to
give entire satisfaction. F. OPDEBECK.
"MASONIC FEMALE COLLEGE,
COKESBUBY. 8. C.
THE EXERCISES TN THIS COLLEGE WELL BE
retuned the First Monday in February. An efficient
and full corps of Teachers will be employed, under the
direction of Professer EISEN MELEE as President of the
The low rates of Tuition, the location of the College,
together with the many advantages foe securing a sys?
tematic and therough Education, offer inducements in?
ferior to no Institution lu the South.
Good Board can be obtained at from twelve to fifteen
dollars per month. For further information, address
F. F. GABY.
Secretary of the Board of Trustees
January 13 6
MOUNT ZION INSTITUTE,
WINNSBOEO'. a C.
CORPS Ol TEACHERS.
G. A. WOODWARD, Principal.
Rev. W. P. DuBOSE. A.M., 1 AKdBtimt.
W. M. DWIGHT, j Assistants.
rTTHE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL OPEN THE
JL 1 st Monday in February.
TERMS FEB SESSION.
Board, with Tuition in all the branches except Phi?
losophy, Chemistry and French.$130 00
Philosophy, Chemistry and French, each. 15 00
Students required to furnish bed Unen, covering and
For further information, address the Principal.
January 6 stnthl2
HOME SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
rTTHE EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITUTION WILL BE
JL resumed on the SECOND MONDAY IN SEPTEM?
BER, and continue ten months. The number of pupils
is limited to twelve.
The Principal is a graduate in honors > Cambridge,
England, and has had more than twenty year ' experience
as a teacher in the South.
Careful and thorough instruction will be given In the
LATIN and GREEK CLASSICS, French and Spanish,
with a complete course of wwgn?t? studies, including
Mathematics, Commercial, Arithmetic, and Book-Keep
_ i win be treated in all respects as members -, i his
family, and will receive the undivided care and atten j.cn
of the Principal in the preparation of their varionaatu
Koferonoes.-To the Faculty of-tho South Carolina Uni.
yerai ty. and to present and former patrons.
For terms and further particulars, address the under?
signed. . RICHARD FORD, A. M.
Oohrmbia, August 1866._stuth August ll
NIGHT SCHOOL I BIGHT SCHOOL ! NIGHT
CORNES BROAD AND CHURCH STREETS.
BOOKKEEPING, WRITING, MERCANTILE CALCU?
FROM 7 TO 9 EVERY NIGHT.
January li Imo
ON AND AFTER MONDAY THE EXERCISES OF THE
subscribers' School wfll be conducted at NO. 864 ,
KING STREET, east side, one door, south of George, iM
which will be taught Book-keeping, Writing and the
higher branches of Mathematics and Engneh, tncludtng
Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, ic, Political Economy,
Rhetoric, Logic, &c, bc - .
Terms moderate. Apply as above. - * ?
DOTY & SHERFESEE,
January 7 . Imo
MONS. BERGER INFORMS HTS PATRONS THAT
bis DANCING SCHOOL is now open at "Masonic
BaU." Time of Tuition for Young ladlee- and Masters,
Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 4 o'clock. Night Claas for
Gentlemen, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 7 o'clock. Satur
lays' assemblies win commence on tile 19th inst, at 7
For particulars apply at the Hall at the time of tuition,
tr at KO. 12 GLEBE STREET. 5 ? January 7
HAVING RETURNED TO THE CITY, OFFERS HER
services as Teacher of the Piano and Vocal Music.
Lpply at No. 81 WENTWORTH STREET.
Deoember20 . - -
MISS A. L. SALOMON,
EAVINO LOCATED TN WENTWORTH STREET,
one door east of tho Artesian Well, has resumed
be instruction cf ORNAMENTAL WORK, In the various
ranches, ootnprising WHITE AND COLORED EM
IROLDERY, Tapestry and Tufted Work, Wax Fruit and
lowers. Oriental and Grecian Fainting, Shell, Leather,
fair and Paper Plowers, Braiding, Knitting, Netting and
botchet. All caders executed with promptness. MUS
JNS and LACES renovated. Also, FLUTING and
RIMPING done to order.
Terms moderate. Apply at her RESIDENCE.
December 13 Imo
S. A. LAMBERT,
DUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
v ' ?fflee of John P. Newli-irii,
To 121 READE-STREET, CORNER HUDSON,
Ti JEW ' Y? BK.
..ir^.^5?nc3r...ror EXTON'S PBEMTUM TRENTON
BACKERS. All orders sent wfR be promptly attended
'._?- Cmos Decerr b*> Vi
? J- Wallis.........JHO. X. GOURDIN.
WHITE & GOURDIN,
Xvii Engineers and Surver'ors.
)WNTNG ONE-HALF OF THE PARKER PJP2B8,
and having acosas to the whole collection ai all
ces, we are preparad to execute aO work entrusted to
rr care with accuracy and dispatch.
Office : LAW RANGE, Charleston, a C
January 7 Imo*
Cute Shtf?tcitU0) ISeattaHfdk
Abe nd unter h? H ?.o g
-c3 Scutfcbcu 5rcuntfd>aft?frmtcc.? witt ftaltfiubcn am
binilaa ten I5tcn 3anuar. ?t. Ctfierttl, 2>irctter.
January 12 *
~ <OTY~TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, 1
CITY HALI. January 1. ?KGO. (
"VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
_[M that the Monthly Returns for the month of Deecm
berpast, in compliance with tho Tax Ordinance, ratified
on tho 10th day of January. 18C0, must be made on or
before tb? 15th inst. D. C. GIBSON.
January 3 . City Assessor.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, l
January 3. 1307. (
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
tho foUowing Ordinance licenses have, boon prepared
for delivery from this ?11100. 8. THOMAS.
Sao. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled. That from ?and after tho fl rat day
of January. Hoon RCS shall bo taken out for all carls, drays
and wagons, uaod for private and domestic purposes, in
tho saino manner, and according to tho samo provisions
now of force In relation to carts, drays and wagons, let or
driven Ifor hire, except giving bonds. And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining Ibo number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the BhafL
Sro. 2. No person shall be taken by tho Treasurer as
surety to any bond under tho Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and othor carriages, un?
less ho or she be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. Tho following Bhall hereafter bo the rates for
licenses for public and private cart?, drays, wagons, Ac,
mounding the horses or mules usod thereof, which Buall
be free from other taxation:
PUBLIC OABTB, DRATS, ETC., OB TB OSE EMPLOYED IN ANT
BUSINESS WHATEVER, rOB HICK DIRECT OR INDIRECT.
For ?very cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
For ovory back and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For ovory hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except imo omnibus),
with two horses, $00.
For every stage or omnibus (except lino omnibus),
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For ovory express wagon drawn by two or moro horses
or mules, $60.
DREAD OA HTS AND P BTV ATE CASTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every broad cart or wagon, $5.
For every cart, dray or -wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to bo employed In the trans?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, cither directly or
indirectly for the same .-shall pay for a license the sum of
ti, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Satined In City Council, this lClh day of January,
[L. A] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By tho Mayor,
i January 3 W. H. SMITH. Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
CITY HALL, January 1, 1867. J
"VT0TICE TS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS OFFICE IS
.LI now open, and wul remain open every day from
the hours of 9 A M. to 2 P. M. (Sundays excepted), until
the first day of February next, for the receipt of Tax Re?
turns on Beal Estate.
All Males, White and Colored, over the ago of twenty
one years, aro required to return themselves for Capita?
All defaulters will be dealt with as the Ordinance di?
rects. D. C. GIBSON, City Assessor.
AN ORDINANCE TO RAISE SUPPLIES FOR
THE YEAR 1867.
rjTHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE TO RAI3E 8TJP
I LYES for tho year 1867, was ratified at a meeting ol
CounoU. held Friday evening, 28th inst, and takes effect
from lat January, 1867:
I TO Bahat SUPPLIES POtt TUE TEAR ONE THOUSAND EIGHT
HUNDRED AND SXXTT-6EVXN. AND TOR OTHER PURPOSES.
SxanoN 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen
j in City Council assembled. That a tax for tho sums, and in
[ the manner hereinafter mentioned, shall bo raised and
paid into the Treasury of the city for tho uso and service
thereof; chat is to say: Two dollars cm every hundred
dollars of the value of every house, building, lot, wharf,
or other landed estate, including every building and im
I provement on lands under a lease for a term of five or
more years, from a religions, charitable or literary soci?
ety, or under any building lease, payablo on or before
the 39th day of June next, provided that all persons who
j shall pay the amounts of taxes duo by them on or before
the 1st day of February shall bo allowed five per cent,
discount on the same ; and that all persons who shall pay
the amount of taxes due by them after tho 1st of Febru?
ary, and on or before tho 80th day of March, shall bo al?
lowed two and a half per cent discount on same.
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of all sales
of goods, wares and merchandise on personal account or
on account of others, payablo monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of all street railroads, payable monthly.
Five dollars on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of all Express Companies, payablo monthly.
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of all sales
at auction, payable monthly.
Three dollars per month on evory coach or four wheel
j carriage drawn by two horses or mules (exclusive of the
horses or mulos), payable monthly.
Two dollars per month on every coach or four wheel
! carriage drawn by one horse or mule (exclusive of the
j horse or mule), payablo monthly.
Ono dollar and fifty cents per month on every two
wheel carriage, chair, suite y, &c. (exclusive of the horse
or mole), payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of gross in?
come, and all gross profits derived from the pursuit of
any (acuity, profession, occupation or employment, or
from tho exorcise of any office, whether in the profes?
sion of the law, the profits derived from the costs of
suits, counsel fees, or other sources of professional in?
come, income from the practice of dentistry, etc, paya?
Fifty cents on every hundred dollars of thc value of
any bond, mortgage, judgment, decree, or other socuri
luterest be paid hore or elsewhere, payable at thc same
times, and under the same conditions as tho taxes on
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all dividends
received from stocks not exempted from taxation, pay?
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all annuities
and other income or incomes, received from what source
soever, which aro not exempted from taxation by law or
otherwise herein taxed, payablo monthly.
Two dollars on every dog kept within the city, payable
on or before the 29th day of June noxt.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of gross re?
ceipts of all commercial agencies, payable monthly.
Taree dollars on every hundred douars of all commis?
sions received by factors, commission merchants bank?
ers, brokers, dealers in foreign and domestic exchange,
vendue masters, or other persons vending or buying
gooda, wares, merchandise, produce, and real and per?
sonal property on commission, payable monthly.
Two dollar? on every hundred dollars of all gross pre?
miums received for or by any Insurance Company lo?
cated in this city, whether incorporated or not, or by
agencies for individuals or companies, whether incorpor?
ated or not, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of gross re?
ceipts of ail Gas Companies and other manufacturing
companies located in this city, payable monthly.
Ono dollar per month on overy horse and mule used
or kept within, the city,- excepting horses or mules used
in any licensed carriage, cart, dray, or other vehicle,
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on all retail
dealers In all articles whatsoever, whose monthly returns
of sales do not yield a tax above tho said amount of two
dollars and fifty cents.
Two dollars capitation tax on all males over twenty
one years _of age, payable on or before the 29th day of
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on all Huck?
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on all Barber
One dellar on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of Hotels and public Eating and Boarding Houses,'
One dollar on every hundred dollars of all receipts of
Livery Stable Keepers, payable monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipt? of cotton presses, payable monthly.
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of the
gross receipts of all printing offices, newspaper and pub?
lishing houses, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in the city by persons not residents, by sample or
Ons dollar on every hundred doLTnrs. of sales of all
horses and mules brought to tie city, payable monthly.
One dollar on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts or Magnetic Telegraph Companies, payable
SEO. 2. Any person or persons or corporations falling
to pay th? taxes in tho manner and at the times herein
beforo prescribed, may be double taxed at the option of
Council. And lt shall be the duty of the (Sty Treasurer
to forthwith issue executions against the goods, chattels
and other property of said persons or corporations, and
lodge tha_aaid executions with tho City Sheriff, who shall
immediately proceed for the collection ef the same, in
the manner provided by Ordinance for the enforcement
of the oxeen tiona.
Ssc 3. That all Ordinances and parts of Ordinances
repugnant hereto be and the same are hereby repealed.
Ratified in City Council thia twenty-eighth day Decem
[X? a] ber, A D. one thousand eight hundred and sixty
six. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council, December 31
HEADQUARTERS, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER,
BUREAU RSFUQEXB, FBEKDSCOJ,
AND ABANDONED LANDS,
CHABXESTON. S. C., December 17,1866.
[GENERAL ORDERS, NO. 25.]
L General Orders, No. 23, c. e., ?s affl?nd?d and re?
issued, ss follows:
Bvt Major A. McL. CRAWFORD, V. R. C., is hereb ap?
pointed "Officer in charge ot the Claim Division of the
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen,And Abandoned Ltr-ds
tor tho State of South Carolina."
All communications concerning the collection of back
say, bounties, pensions, Sec, will be addressed directly
lo him. No other persons tn this State are authorized
?gents of this Burean for the collection of such claims.
Blanksand instructions will be forwarded'by bim to
he Acting Assistant Commissioners of this State, who
?nu afford claimants tho necessary aid in properly for?
warding their applications to the War Department,
brough Major Crawford. By corder of
Bvt. Maj. Gem B. KVSfJOTTT
EDW. L_ DEANE.
Bvt. Major and A. A. A. GenT,
OFFICE FOB COLLLECT?ON OP ADDITIONAL )
S BOUNTY AND BACK PAY, ?
CHARLESTON, 8. C., December 27,1866. )
Jvt Maj. EDWARD L. DEANE, A. A. A. GenT.
Attention ia called to the fact that this office ls the
inly anthorizad medium for the collection of claims
gainst the Government through Government channels,
di necessary Monks and instructions will be furnished
o officers on duty In this State on application to this
ifflce. A. MoL. CRAWFORD,
Bvt. Major U. & V., Officer in Charge.
tgr Colombia South Carolinian , oopy and send bill to
bis office. Imo January 1
lavinia Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MXTBBAY, EDDY A CO., MANAGERS.
pO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON. KY., 16TH VTD
L 80th each month. Scheme, 30,000 tickets-?27
rizas. Whole tickets, ?16; halves, 58; quarters, $4. .
Pru?of..,...$60,COO 1 Prizes of....$4.600
Prize of...$20.000 29 Prises of.91.000
Prize of..$8,960 63 Prizes of..$600
Prto of....$8,000 155 Prizes of......$300
220 Prizes of $900.
5t Approxhnntion Prizes amounting to $13,050.
Combination Lottery draws ovary day. Tickets from
Circuler, sent free. Drawing? malled ce soon as tnt,
ottery ts drawn. .' '.
address H. T- PETERS, United Stiles Ucease i Agent,
a st nagel street, Ucuiestoa,S. C.-, c:Kc.. Box.521.0,
NovwubexlO . V ' 3mo
Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Established February, 185?).
rriHE ASSURED PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS.
J. Dividends declared annually AND PAIL) IN CASH.
O. A. BOWEN,
Agont for Charleston.
At Messin. Jamen Adgor 4: Co.*?. corner East Bay and
Adder's South Wharf. tilths November 20
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAI.810,000,000 IN GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADGEB'S SOUTH WHARF.
OFFICE C LERK OF COUNCIL, 1
JASTMRY 8, 18G7. J
THE FOLLOWING PERSONS HAYE FILED THEIR
applications in this offlco for LIQUOR LICENSES,
to date from 1st January, 1867:
No. 1 LICENSE.
ANSEL & CO., J. G., No. ?0 King street. Sureties
AHRENS it CO., C. D., King and Market Sureties
John Hurkamp, W. B. Dingle
COOK 4: CO.. JNO. A.. No. 516 King street. Sureties
-H. Stondor. John F. Strcckruss.
CORWIN A: CO., W. s.. No. 259 King Btreot. Sureties
-Edwin Dates, Samuel Hart, Sr.
1 DUCKER. J. H.. No. 590 King street. Sureties-Wm.
cHockaday, H. A. Due.
GRUI?ER it MARTIN, No. 23G King street Sureties
.Ino. A. Blum. F. M. Edwards.
KANAPAUX, LANNEAU tc CO., No. 66 Market street
Sureties-Janies White, J. B. Duval.
KOHNKE, C. F., Coming and Calhoun streets. Sure?
ties-T. E. Wiokonbcrg, D. A. Arome.
LUDEN, J. J. W., No. 27 President street Sureties
M. Von Glalui, John Von Hollen.
METZ, E. C., No. 560 King stroot Sureties-Jacob
Small. A. Melchers.
PENNAL, R. E., King and Calhoun streets. Sureties
Klinck, Wickcnberg & Co., T. C. H. Dukes.
PAUL 4: CO., D., Church and Broad stroets. Sureties
-Robert Mure, Jas. Mcconkey.
SCHWING, C. H., No. 20 St. Phillp street Sureties
B. L'ollmann, D. Werner. ~s
TTEDEMAN, O., No. 2 Calhoun stroot Sureties-C.
W. Seiguious, John Marshall.
THOMPSON tc BRO., No. 112 East Bay. Sureties-J.
A. Qnackenbush, John R. Moflott
VON HOLLEN, JOHN, Anson and Market Sureties
J. J. W. Luden, A. Habcrnicht j
WILEY, JAMES, No. 081 King street Sureties-O.
Roedor, W. T. Little. I
No. 2 LICENSE.
AHRENS, JNO. L, No. 18 Tradd street Sureties-B.
Bollmann, H. Bollmann.
BRUMMER, J. H., Meeting and Mary streets. Sure?
ties-A. Bischoff, C. Sahlman.
BULL WIN KEL, D., No. 13 Amherst street Sureties
C, Gelgnan, Jno. F. Ritter.
BIHRMANN, H., East Bay and Calhoun streets. Sure
tioB-Otto Wlanters, M. Luhrs.
BRASSAN. E., No. 12 Gadsden street Sureties-B.
Bollmann, H. Bischoff.
BLASE, O. L., No. 21 America street Surellos-H.
Bollmann, Job Dawson.
BYRNS, GARRETT. Queen and State streets. Sure- 1
ties-B. Roddin, B. Bollmann.
BORNEMAN, H. i E., Marsh and Vernon streets.
Sureties-A. Bischoff, H. Pauls.
BULLWINKLE, JOHN H., Lynch and Wentworth
streets. Surctios?-J. tl. Rcnnckcr, Job Dawson. i
BLIGH, P.. King street Sureties-Patrick Duffle,
BRUMMINGS, JOHN, Wentworth and Anson. Sure?
ties-C. Lillionthal, M. Luhrs.
CLAUSSEN, JOHN C., No. 180 East Boy. Sureties-C.
Elmenthal, H. Bollmonn.
DESEBROCK, H., No. 31 King street Sureties-J. P.
Merkhardt, Walter Webb.
DRYER, H., No. 51 East Bay. Sureties-B. Bollmann,
ENTELMAN, F.. Tradd and Church streets. Sure?
ties-F. KrcsscL C. Montier.
EYSENBACH, G. H., N,. 27 St. Philip street Sureties
L. Schuckmann, J. Kruse.
FARELLY, HUGH. No. 81 St. Philip street Sureties
A. Farrelly, John Leahy.
FREMD El CS. CHAS., No. 127 Market street Sureties
J. C. H. Clausson, V. Campsen.
GAR VES, JNO.. No. 12 Rutledge street. Sureties-B.
Bollmann, H. Bollmann.
GRAVER, JNO. H., King and Reid streets. Sureties
F. H. Whitney, W. H. Boring.
GOETJEN, J., No. 180 King street. Sureties-Jacob
Small, J. Shaw.
GRMMME, W. A., Archdale and Princess streets.
Sureties-Jas. Cosgrove, John Ostendorff.
GRUBE, JNO. C., No. 73 Market street. Sureties-B.
Bollmann, H. Bollmaun.
GERKEN. JNO., No. 12 Market street. Sureties-J.
C. H. ClauBsen. F. Campsen.
HARTMAN, J. H., Rad ch ?Te and Jasper's Court Sure?
ties-R. Hogan, Henry Otgen.
HENCKEN, C. F., No. 552 King street Sureties-W.
H. Boring, H. Hagcrmann.
HESSE, J. N., Beaufain and Pitt streets. Sureties-C.
Liliicnthal, John H. Wirhman.
HOLLEN, JNO. H., Meeting and John streets. Sure?
ties-lt Arnold 4: Co., D. Bullwinkel & Co.
HARN i: SHERHAMMER. No. 45 Broad street Sure
tics-William Doran, Charles Love.
HARKEN, J. H., Doughty and Lucas streets. Sure?
ties-Jame - A. Bancroft, Jr., Job Dawson.
norruAK, nmcnV, apriug and Annley. Sureties
Jas. H. Johnoou, Lt. Bargeman.
HABCRNICHT. A., No. 34 Chalmers street. Sureties
-John Von Hollen, Benj. Mcinnes.
ITGEN, JNO. G" Mazy ck and Magazine streets. Sure?
ties-R. W. Seymour, H. Buck.
JOHANNS, J. F., M1U street, No. 1. Sureties-J D
!i Stendorf!, F. Pnekhabcr. .
KUCK, H., No. 27 Cannon street Sureties-B BoU
man, John Gar vea.
KORNAHRENS, J. H. Wall and Minority streets.
Sureties-C. Lillienthal, J. M. Ostendorff.
KENNEDY. MICHAEL. King and Line stroets. Sure?
ties-M Darcy, John Hogan.
KLINT WORTH, H., Charlotte and Washington streets.
Sureties-C. DcckhofT, A. Koeuneko.
KROEG, A., No. 51 Wentworth street Sureties-Wm.
Robb, John Thomson. -
KORN AHRENS, J. H., Columbus and Nassau streets.
Sureties-Henry Gerdts, C. J. SchlepegrelL
KUCK, G., No. 3 King street Sureties-M. Dowling,
LOGEMANN, J., Tradd and King streets. Sureties
F. Entelmann, J. P. Merkhardt
LITSCHGI, C., East Bay. Sureties-C. Plonge, F.
LEE, P., No. 103 Trodd street Sureties-Garrett
Byrne, B. O'Neill.
LEHMKUHL, E. F., No. 30 Meeting street Sureties
J. C. H. Clausson, Charles T. Levy.
LUT JEN, J.. State aud Queen streets. Sureties-B.
Boilman. Wm. Marscher.
UNSTEDT, A., Wolf and Meeting streets. Sureties
John Tiencken, C. Sahlman.
MEYER 4t CO.; JOS., No. 54 Society slreot Sureties
G. elias. Schmetzer. C. Plonge.
LUDIN, N. C.. Pitt and Bull stroets. Sureties-C. Lil- !
Heath al, J. Dothagc.
MEYER, J. F., No. 20 Church street Sureties-J. H.
BullwinkeL E. J. H. Fischer.
METZLER, P., No. 35 Queen street Sureties-C.
Plengo, E Stelber.
MULLER, MARTIN, Spring street and Bose Lane.
Sureties-P. N. Brickwedcl, Wm. Brunges.
McGOBTY, MICHAEL, Queen street Sureties-C.
H. Von Dohlen, H. Panis.
McCABREL, P. P., Inspection street. Sureties-C. B.
Grant M. Caulfield.
OEDENBERG, E. H., No. 291 Meeting street Sure
tips-B. Bollmann, A. Bischoff.
ORTMAN, L, No. 58 Meeting street Suretiea-iJ. H.
Benneker, A. B. Glover.
OTTEN, J. B., No. 03 East Bay. Sureties-B. Bollmann.
\ OHLANDT, D. W., No. 88 Spring street Sureties-H.
Schwartz, J. E. C. Braus.
RICKBL8, E. F., Line street Sureties-John Boggle,
RUNCKEN, H., No. 89 East Bay. Sureties-C. Lillien?
thal, H. Pauls.
SOMMER, E., No. 500 . King street Sureties-C. A.
Bohre, A Bischoff.
BCHNTBBE, C., No. 81 East Bay. Sureties-J. M. Os?
tendorff, F. Weinholtz.
SEEBERGER, A., No. ll Market street Sureties-J.
C. H. Clause en, F. Finnigan.
SPANIER, J., No. 87 Market street Sureties-C. Voigt,
SEMKEN, W., No. 659 King utreet Sureties-D. Sam.
ken, H. Hagerman.
SCANLAN. MARY, No. 10 Tradd street Sureties
Michael McGorty, P. Welsh.
SCHEPER, H., Wilson and Magazine streets. Sure?
ties-Jos. O'Neill, H. Burk.
8TUKCKEN. E. F.. East Bay and Guignard streets.
Sureties-J. C. H. Claussen. M. Lubers.
STRUCK, H., Coming and Warren streets. Sureties
B. Bollmaua, H. Bollmann.
BOBALLA, JOHN H., No. 75 Market street Sureties
B. Bollmann, H. Bollmann.
TIENCKEN, H. W., >o- 3G Mary street Sureties
John A. Cook 4E CO., C. H. Beare.
SCHACTE, W M., No. 473 King street Sureties-Jno.
Hogan. Wm. Knobeloch. '
THOMPSON, lt. No. 7 Elliott street. Sureties-F.
Wienholtz, H. Runcken.
THTKT.TNG, H., No. 1 King street Sureties-Jas. Cum?
mings, J. P. Hughes.
TECKLENBERG, JNO- No. 14 St Philip street Sure?
ties-Wm. C. Horibeck, J. M. OetcndorB.
TWETTMANN, D.. No. 104 Calhoun street Sureties
J. H. Bull Winkel, Luder Brodonberg.
TORCE, H. A.. No. 55 East Bay. Sureties-B. Boll?
mann, C. LUliontbaL *
TIEFENTHAL, A., No. 444 King street Sureties-E.
Bolimann, C. H. Behre.
TWEEDY, W., No. 23 Line street Sureties-Phti.
Buckheit D. Apeler.
VON GLAHN, M, No. 7* St Philip street Sureties
John H. Tideman, J. H. Kalb.
VON E1LGEN, H. H., No. 05 East Bay. Sureties
John C. Ogamann, A. Bischoff.
WLELCKE, C., No. 5 Greenhill street Sureties-F.
KntAlrp.^T,, H. BUCk.
WLEXERS, JOHN, Calhoun and Elizabeth streets.
Sureties-A. Von Dohlen, Otto Wieters.
WATERMANN, C., Church and Market streets. Sure?
ties- -P. Bollmann, H. Bollmann.
WM. H. SMITH,
January ll_3_Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, JASTTABT 7,1847.
CITY COUNCIL WILL PROCEED, AT ITS NEXT
Regular Meeting, tobe beldon Tuesday, 15th inst, to
m election for TWO CHIMNEY CONTRACTORS, one
Tor the Upper Wards, and one for the Lower Warda.
Persons applying will please name their sureties. Tho
bond required to bo given ls for 22000. Letters received
up to 2 o'clock P. M. oe the ffay of election.
W. H. SMITH.
January 8_8_Clerk of Camm
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
January 7, 1887. }
A LL CITY OFFICERS WHO ARE REQUIRED TO
A. give bonds, are hereby notified to call at this Office
ind execute the? same by the next meeting of Council,
vhlch wm be held on 15th Inst Those failing to do so,
heir offices will be declared vacant
By order. W. H. SMITH.
January 8_8_Clerk of Council,
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, I
Gin Haxi. November S, 1886. I
A LL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TBE
ti. Burnt Districts and Waste Places of Ute City, on?
er "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
? the City Council of Charleston to proceed in the mat?
er of a Fire Loan, with a view to sid in building op tba
Ity anew," are hereby notified that the form of appH
ation for loans can be obtained at tho office af tl? Clerk
f Council, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must bo filed In the . above rae nooned
face, ss the CtanmiMee w?l meet every ilomday to con?
der the same. ?
By order of the Mayor. W. H. SMITH,
November 10 Clerk of Consett.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
COEN! CORN! CORN!
I ft AA BUSHELS PRIME OLD CORN". IN STORE
l.tJ\r\J 2000 bushels prime Corn, landing this
lay from aeboouer Hinton.
For sale low by C. N. AVERILL A SON.
January 12 2
1 CAA BUSHELS OF COW PEAS-TUE HIGHEST
Lf-'V/Vr market price paid.
ON HAND AND KOU SAXE.
HEED WHEAT, RYE, BARLEY, OATS. earetuUy selcot
KI for planting.
GRIST. MEAL. RICE FLOUR. All descriptions of
3rain for feeding purposes. JOHN BINNS,
No. 229 East Bay.
Opposite New Custum nsuso.
January 12 stuthC
1 AAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT IN STORE
1V/V/U and for sale low to close consignment.
Apply to ROBERT MURE A- CO.,
January ll 3 North Atlantic Wharf.
BUTTER! BUTTER ! BUTTER !
ff) PT FIRKINS CHOICE BUTTER.
?fj For ?alo low by BRUNS it BEE,
January ll 2 No. 78 East Bay.
*T K BBL3. NO. 1 FLORIDA SYRUP.
i O WILLIS & CHISOLM.
January 8_ _
1 AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
JLV/V/\/ CORN. WILLIS St OHIHOLM.
fT A TONS PURE UNADULTERATED PERUVIAN
t> U GUANO, from Urst hands, by
December 13 WILLIS & CHISOLM.
FOB SALE. 100,000 BUSHELS OF REFUSE LIME,
thoroughly impregnated ammonia, an excellent
manure. Apply at the GAS OFFICE, Church street
November 20 _
- HAVANA SEGARS.
O (~\/~\ AAA SUPERIOR SEGABS IMPOBT
?\J\J?\J\J\.' ED from Havana, of the following
celebrated brands and sizes :
XABXKD TOO-O AMEBIC?. AND noa so BEBANO.
LONDRES, CONCHAS, BEG ALIAS, FRIGENTEBOS.
and Bags Smoking Tobacco.
FBOV PUER EST'S WINZ AND I4QUOBS.
CATALONIA. SHERRY. MADEBDV WINE, BUM, COG?
NAC and Gin, Marmalade and Jelly.
For sale low, or at any price. In lots te snit purchasers,
by LOPEZ & CO..
December 28 15 No. 71 East Bay.
LUMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER!
3AND 4 INCH OAK; 3 AND 4 INCH ASH; fi POP
LAB; y. Walnut; y. Mahogany.
Orders filled for Glass of alf sizes and thickness at a
small advance. Also, all materials in the Stair Building
Une. B. 8. B. CHRTTZBERG-, Agent,
No. 70 Wentworth-atroet, near St- Philip's.
ALE ? ALE! ALE !
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE ILE,
FSTORE AND RECEIVING REGULARLY BY
ovary steamer. Their Brewery was established in
1776. Ail their Ale ls warranted to be of the very best quali?
ty, and ls pronoun cod by judges to have no superior and
few equals. For sale, by the barrel or half barrel, by
J. St W. H. ARMSTKOSG,
Nos. 40 and 42 Market st, near Meeting, north side.
Agents for Messrs. W. CL AGETT et CO.
January 7 6 tnthaSO sn Baltimore, Md.
WM. S. CORWIN & GO.,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c,
NO. 259 KING- STREET,
(BRANCH OF No. 900 BROADWAY, NEW YORK-)
ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THIS ESTABLISH?
MENT are-of the first quality. We sell no goods
but what we eau recommend and warrant to be PURE
Goods dePvered to ail parts of the city, free of charge.
Octoboi ?9 .
To the Sufferers
THE LATE WAH
YOU ABE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED THAT
jour Furniture lost durizax the late war will be
replaced by MACKEY lc BAKER for a very reasonable
consideration. We earnestly invite the public to pay ns
a visit, leam our prices, and Inspect our fine assortment
of COTTAGE SETS, which cannot be excelled in quality
or price by any house In this city. Our Warerooms are
the finest in the Southern country, and we consider lt no
trouble to show our Goods, whether yon buy or not,
MACKEY St BAKER,
january 7 Corner King and Market streets.
GEO. J. BEUELS, LACK 4 CO.,
TMrt?enth and Chesnut Streets?
"We have a suit of
And Furnished Complete as
PARLORS AND CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can see how a snit of Furniture will appear
In their house, and can from these rooms make a better
selection than they can from furn! turo promiscuously
--laced In Urge warerooms. 2.ros November 26
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
CHURCH MUSIC, JUST FROM THE PRESS.
"THE NEW CASKET,"
CONTAINING SPARKLING GEMS GATHERED
from the Works of the great Masters.! Also, oholca
selections from eminent American Composer?, with a
large amount of new Music, adapted to the services- of AH
denominations-being the most complete collection of
Sacred M?lodies ever published By ?
GEO. O. ROBINSON,
Charleston, 8- C.
For sale at SEIGLING'S MUSIC -STORE
Price, single oepies, SI 75. A liberal discount to the
trade. . 3 January 13
C. F. V03LER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Peridtiieals and Stationery.
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
1 HOTOGBAFHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc.
AXao, ; .*
A fine and large seloetlaa of NOVELS, by Oe most
.elobrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
ABthe MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscription? re?
lived for the same.
Orders from the country are-raepeoifully solicited.
T^BMS T.IRERA,-,. ' ' November 8
JEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
This Company bs now fully preparad to furnish
KJUAL DI QUALITY TO THE BEST BRANDS.
?THE COMPANY HAS TAKEN GREAT PAINS
and Invested a large capital In fitting up their fac?
tory, sad now -ask tte *T?-<-An pabilo to give
jw their pencfis m fair triaL
rjfi All styles and grVee are manufactured.
Hf Great care has be? bestowed to tho manufactur?
es* ing of superior HEXAGON DRAWING PENCILS.
?SJ\ specially prepared for the use of Engineers, Ar?
kell tacts, Araste, fcc.
A Complete assortment, constantly on hand, U affixed
?fair terms to the trade at their wholesale salesroom.
No. SI JOHN STU EST, NEW YOBS. " '
The Pencil, are to be had at sa principal Btatlceers and
otion dealers. . .
ta- ASK FOR AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL
December 13 eme
??SLEY & CREIGHTON,
UPPING AND COMMISSION MIRCBANTS,
Iiprters o. Mia Produce.
0OB. EAST BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF.