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CHARLESTON MM SEWS,
G: R. CATHCART, EDITOB
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
Nd. 18 HAYN'E STREET. I
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TER tfl[s~S A S H i
DATLT-.TX MONTHS. 5-<,fl
SALLY-1HBEE MONTHS.. ?-5?
BINGLE O WIES.5 cent?
TO NEW8 DEALERS.3 cont?
Cincinnati asks for a Central Railroad Depot at
an ?spense of $1,000,000.
Th? Fourth "Ward in New York city is packed at
the rate of 290,000 persons to the square mile.
OLS BULL'S death was published in all the
papers more than a year ago. He is now on
his way to this country, -with his fi Jdlo tinder his
It is reported that the Fenian prisoners in jail at
Bweetsburg have boan moved to tho jail at Kings?
ton. The transfer was managed with the utmost
secrecy*; no one exco^t thoso interested being
aware of tho proceeding until it was done.
The Methodist Centenary collection now foots
.np over $3,800,000, and it is not all yet in. It wijl
undoubtedly reach $4,000,000. Of this sum DANIEL
DEE**.- gave $500,000 ; Mr. BALDWIN, of Ohio, $100,
O00 ; Mr. Bren, of Boston, $70,000 ; and many others
from $20,000 to $50,000 each.
The propriety of placing a suitable monument
over the remains of Hon. F. S. "Sst, author of the
national song, "The tjtar-Spanglod Banner," is
suggested hy a correspondent in tho Frederick
Hcpubiican. Mr. KEY'S remains are deposited in
Mount Olivet Cemetery, at Frederick, Md.
The London Missionary Society was founded in
1797, and up to the present time its total receipts
have been ?3,272,346, or more than $16,000,000.
The American Board originated in 1810, and its
total receipts to the present time have been not
tar from $11,000,000.
Tho heaviest monthly shipment of bullion from
the omeo of WBX?, F?noo tc Co., at Viririnia. Ne?
vada, during the last year, was that of December,
and was valued at $786,400. From their Gold Hill
and Virginia offices the same firm shipped last
?week bunion valued at $400,000.
Mr. Jos. DICKENS, of the Saracen's Hoad, near
Holbeach, England, has ju6t discovered a mouse's
nest in his garden, in which a wintarjs store of one
thousand three hundred and twenty-nine filbert
nuts had been secreted by the industrious little
animal. Tho nuts measured half a peck, and
weighed six pounds.
The Boston Journal states that the American
Colony at Jami is discouraged. They have been
deceived by their leaders ; many have died, others
are sick, and they beg for a man-of-war to take
them home. Meanwhile the Porte has entered a
protest against the whole project of an American
Colony in Palestine.
The gamblers of Cincinnati are greatly excited
over tb o rigorous enforcement of the ls w against
them. Two firms dealing faro, Messrs. MEADEB. &
Co., and WOODBTJFF & Co., were fined $1300 each
Sn the Court of Common Pleas on Thursday.
Another was fined $500 a few days ago, and sent to
jail for ninety days.
A college for young colored men has been estab?
lished at Wasuington, named "Howard Universi?
ty." It has the three departments of law, medi?
cine and theology. Fifteen thousand dollars have
been raised for the erection of a building, which is
intended to accommodate 1000 students; 400 are
now ready to enter.
Baron KICABOLI, Premier of Italy, writes a most
important letter on the subject of- the position of
the exiled bishops of the Catholic Church, and
their e'.ttius toward tue State after their return.
The Baron, ?xtols tho plan of freedom of worship
guaranteed in tba United States as a model one for
the Catholics of free Italy.
Capt. C. L. LuMSDikN, tine gallant commander of
XTTOS?>EN'S celebrated lattery of Artillery, irom
Alabama, T.as recently crushed to ? 'ath in the
machinery of his mill, near Paacagonla. Previous
to tb o late war he was Professor cf Tactics in the
University of Tiirtcalooaa, Alabama, and Com?
mandant of the Corps of Cadets cf that xila.ee.
The'foreign-bom residents'O? New York amount
to 813,201 out of a total population of 720,386.
Thia is nearly one-half, and it hs estimated that
the foreign-born residents with their childron
constitute fully two-thirds of the present popu?
lation of that city. New Y'ork contains 88,000
more women than mon, and Brooklyn 13,000.
The New Orleans Crescent says that several of
tho Vicksburg ni?r?ijujil? wa^o u?? a puisg ut ilOO
tor the men of the Twenty-fourth United States
Infantry, as a testimonial of gratitude for thc
(Treat service rendered by that command at the
late disastrous fire. The gallant Twenty-fourth
immediately turned-the amount over to tne Mayor
for the relief of the sufferers. Creditable to donors
Refractory soldiers in St. Domingo are brought
to their senses in an amusing manner. Cuff oe is
punished by having his hands tied behind him, and
then a barrel with both ends placed over his dusky
peraon. The locality most infested with flies is
honored with his compulsory presence, and then
bis nose is bmeered w*th. molasses, aud he is left
to the polite attentions of his diminutive tormen?
During the late meeting of tho British Associa?
tion at Nottingham, at ene of the soirees, speci?
mens of meat preserved in paraffine were exhibited.
The process consists in the immersion of fresh
meat in paraffine at a temp?rature of 240 degrees
F., long enough to effect a concentration of the
juices of the meat and to expel the ah*. Afterward
a coating of paraffine is applied to exclude the ab?
and prevent decomposition.
The latest news from Chili states that the
Chilians have refused the proposal of mediation by
England and France in the Spanish question as
lumiliating to them ; at any rate it is certain they
have not accepted it, as is supposed in England.
President PEZLT, of Peru, and his Cabinet, have
boen sentenced to fifteen years banishment as
-traitors, and mulcted in a fine of fifty per cent, ol
ike $3,000,000 paid to the Spanish Ministerin I860.
Sword blades resembling those of Damascus are
made at Soligen, in Germany. A faggot is first
formed of alternate fine'bars of iron and steel. It
SB drawn ont, doubled and twisted several times,
and then formed into a ribbon. Two such ribbons
are welded together, enclosing between them a
thin blade of the best catting steel. After polish?
ing it, it is dipped in diluted sulphuric add to give
it a pattern.
The annual renting of pews in Plymouth Church
(Rev. H. W. BEBCHEB'S) took place last week. The
first choice was sold to H. B. CLAFLTN for a pxemi
tam of $550. The total amount bf premiums on
the pewB and sittings was about J37.000. The ad?
dition of tho rentals gives a total income, it is re?
ported, of $49,436. This is about 20 per cont,
snore than the income of last year, when the pre?
miums were $28,436, and the rentals $12,158. The
increase is $8269.
.The London and Northwestern is tho longest
railway in Great Britain, measuring 1274 miles. It
also baa the greatest annual receipts, over $31,000,
008. The Great Wea tern, measures 1256 miles; the
northeastern, 1205 miles; the Great Eastern, 756
miles. Daring tbe forty-one yet.rs which have
elapsed since the first- railway was laid down in
England, $2,500,000,000 in gold have been invested
in railway capital, and the various lines nw in
operation measures 13,289 miles in length. En
glian railway extension has for the present almost
A Paris letter, dated December 25, says : "Tho
reception of Gtn. Drx on bun day last at the
Tuileries" was surrounded by circumstances which
must have made the event peculiarly gratifying to
the General, as it certainly did to all the General's
countrymen. It. was the first time, if 1 recollect
-right, that tho Emperor sent a court carriage for
the American Minister ; it was certainly the first
time that he sent a Slate carriage, four horses and
outriders. The manner of reception is said, also,
io have been most cordial. Four or five new re?
presentatives of other Governmonla were present?
ad thc same day, but the American Minister was
?ailed first, and thus gained precedence on officiai
.oe asi ons over those who followed.''
The San Francisco Buuelin gives irs annual s?m
anary of the -rold'and silver nuning interests of
California and Nevada. The GOULD ts CUSHY mines
produced ?1,600,000 in bullion last year; dividends,
$252,000. Tho ^v?OT,''-1tnnce July last, yielded
$L100,6oo, and meir dividends are $360,000. HALL
A NcncBoaa, the past year,- $1,200,000, and their
. -dividends axe $350,000. Yellow : Jacket yielded
. ?1,800,000, and their dividends are $330.000. Crown
Point. el.273,0M?and their dividandn are $234,000.
Ophir yielded $450,000, and no dividende. Imp?rial
for the past eighteen months, $LG-?5,00?. ana their
dividends are $376,000. The Eureka, in Grass
"Valley,, produced last year $600,000, and earned
?420,000. The 'Eureka, in Amador comity, yielded
?485.000, with a profit of $810,000. North Star
yielded $9,228,000, with a prolt of $132,000. Sierra
Buttes olaunlaet year $225,000, with a nit earni'
Of $138,000. For thc last five years this mine h"
fr-wagedebf^ the sams, retraits, and was recently
f9& tos $575,000, -?- - ..
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS puMishcs the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in thc Postoffice at the end
of each tccek, ogrernlly io che following
sutton of the ?Yew Postoffire Law, as ike
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
6BPTIOB 5." And oe it further eructed. Thst Urta of let?
te? i "ra?i=i:-G ucuah..-a tor in any Postofllcc in any city,
town or lillage, whore a uewopai>ar shall bo printed,
shall hereafter Ve puni ?shed ono? only in tho newspaper
which boise i>?bUsh?td weekly or oftene'-, shall have the
lavx^Hi circulation within runge of delivery of the said
?'ir Ail rcnimurucalwns intended for publication in
litis jcntrnal must he addressed to Ute hdtlor of the
Itam Nctcs, No. 13 Eavne-street, Cliorieston.S. '..
Business (Jommunicalions to FuUtsfier of Bauy
cannot undertake to return rejected communica
Adce^iscmenis outside effie eily must be accompa?
nied wi?i fie cc:A. _
TUESDAY MOBNTNG, JA3UARY 15, 1867?
'GOVERNMENTS ABE FOR TUE BENEFIT
OF THE GOVERNED."
"Mr. SUMNKS, of Massachusetts on the 8th in?
stant presented tho. petition of W?ham.BroW?
and ?&er colored citizens of M?B?chua.ett?'re?
spectfully remonstrating against the ?Mission of
Nebraska ai a 'otato with a constitution disfran?
chising citizens on account of color, and assign?
ing vanous grounds of objection. Among thom
that tho bill disfranchised a class because it was
numerically inferior; that tho experience of the
last six years showed that sullrage could be safely
er'.rusted only to loyal citizens,-the colored citi?
zens being umvorsally loyal; that loyal citizens
should npt bear tho burdon of taxation without
representation; that, as it was evident that politi?
cal power in tbo rebel States could be truBted only
to loyal citizens, and no permanent and peaceful
reconstruction could there be made except by en?
franchising loyal citizens, without distinction or
color, it wis advisable to allow what might to an
entering wedge to the admission of the rebel States
with tho same provision; that colored people have
shown themselvos capable of exercising this right
i orouerlv, in Massachusetts and elsewhere, and
I would show themselves equally worthy of it under
anv republican form of government. In view of
th?se facts, tbov pray that, in the formation of all
ew States, Congress Bhall see to.it that aU power
is derived from the consent of the governed.
The above is an extract from the proceed?
ings of Congress of Tuesday last. We need
not state that Mr. SDMNER endorsed every word
in the petition, aa it is well understood that, if
he does not draw up these petitions himself, it
is done at his direction. When we had read
this much, wc wondered where were the "let?
ters" by which the honorable Senator always
corroborates his views. "We had not to wait
I long. In the subsequent dehate on the Ne?
braska Bill, Mr. SCMNER "read two letters
from members of tLe Republican party in Ne?
braska, protesting against the passage of tho
bill with the word "white" included, and hop?
ing that an opportunity would" be given, to her
to form the first Republican Constitution that
had ever been presented to Congress."
It might have been objected, and not without
reason, that Massachusetts negroes had noth?
ing to do with the proposed Constitution of
Nebraska r but Mr. SUMNER does not rest his
argument upon the "petition," and strengthens
it by these said "letters" (alway9 at hand)
'from members sf the Republican party in
The Democratic and Conservative Republi?
can members plead for thc ancient landmarks ;
for the admission of this new applicant to the
confederation of States, upon the same terms
as all her antecessora. They cannot, see why
new conditions should be imposed upon the
citizens of Nebraska. The pretext is, that the
insertion of the word "white" in some of the
clauses of the. proposed constitution .renders
the same un-republican in form. Similai
constitutions heretofore have not been con?
sidered unrcpublicau ; why should this ? It is
not even shown that there is a single negrc
now living within thc limits of Nebraska. In
fact thc colored citizens of Massachusetts ar?
cundid enough to admit that they do not care
whether blacks may vote in Nebraska or not;
but they call thc attention of the Senate to th?
daDger of admitting a new State with a
" white" Constitution ; it might, be aa " enter
ing wedge to the admission of the rebel States,
with the tame provision."
This is tue real trouble. Every thine now
florin in Pongrco?, -cveijr bill proposed, resolu?
tion offered, memorial presented, is measured
by thc Radical canon. " How will it affect
the interests of our party?" The people in
: he Southern States are bold as irreclaimable
reprobates,-never can become the subjects ol
a Radical conversion. They must, therefore,
be kept out ef the pale of congressional salva?
tion. South Carolina Senators will never vote
for a Simon Pure Rupublicon measure, so the
one thing, abovo all others important, ie to
keep these pertinacious rebels from voting at
Still it must not be supposed that the Radi?
cals are altogether indifferent or inactive in
regard to this va6t neutral territory. Every
week we hear of " delegations" from Louisi
. ana, Arkansas, North Carolina and Virginia,
asking that the present government be set
aside in these States, and a loyal rule substi?
tuted therefor. It is understood that Secre?
tary HARLAN recently spent several days in
this city with a view of getting up such a dele?
gation ; and we shall not be surprised to read,
m a few days, that the Hon. CHARLES SUMNER
offered a petition from sundry loyal citizens in
South Carolina, etc.; or, it may be, that the
South Carolina "delegation" had reached
Washington. If so, it will be found that said
deputation consists of Yankee preachers, Yan?
kee schoolmasters, ex-sutlers, and Federal
office-holders. These barnacles on the ship of
State, together with a smart sprinkling of the
Freedmen's Bureau proteges, call themselves
forsooth the people of South Carolina.
Ah ! but they are loyal: And what is loyal?
ty ? A few years ago the word was .unknown
on this side of the Atlantic. Now we not only
have this added to the catalogue of virtues, bat
it has displaced ?hariry, and covers a multitude
of failings. Intelligence, honesty, blameless?
ness of life, go- for nothing,-and these re?
quisites are out of dat?. If you are loyal, you
are a good citizen, and entitled to power. In
.he South, we learn from the p?tition quoted
at the head of this article", loyalty is hf a par?
ticular color. " Loyal citizens alone are en?
titled to have a voice in the government of these
States." The colored people are all loyal,
ergo, tho colored people should govern, and
by inference we are te read-the colored peo?
ple only are loyal, and, therefore, they only
should rule. Those are the present ,views of
the Radicals,-far, far, in advance of what
these same politicians advocated a few years
ago : and the old leaders of Black JLepubli
I canism aro now in disgrace.
What a singular revolution in our national
politics! When ANDREW JOHNSON land WIL?
LIAM H. SEWARD have become martyrs for
! Southern Rights ; and when CHARLES SBMNER
has to weep over the apostacy of BRU. WADE !
Heretofore, by the spirit of our Constitution,
a community was considered to have-the right
to determine by a majority of its citizens, who
shall, and who shall not vote. President JOKN
| SON, in his recent veto message, took this old
fashioned ground in favor o'f the people of the
District of Columbia, and is laughed at for his
pains. Negroes of Massachusetts now claim
to determine questions of suffrago for Ne?
braska, and a handful of so-called "South
Carolina loyalists" have the shameless assur?
ance of assorting that their rights are not re?
spected here, and that, therefore, the existing
Government should bs-made to give way for
ene of their choosing.
Since the foregoitfg was written, we learn
that both Nebraska and Colorado, on the' 9th,
were admitted as States in the Union, with thc
i proviso that the Acts shall take effect " with
"the fundamental and perpetual condition that
within said States there shall be no abridge
; meat or denial of .the elective franchise, or of
any other right, to any peroon by reason of
race or color, excepting Indian? not taxed."
j Upon whioh th? World commenter:
This further legislation ia supplementary to tho
enabling acts with whoso conditions the Territo?
ries must havo comolied in forming tboir constitu?
tions for admissions as States, and it is yet to bo
acted upon by tho Terri tcricr- with a possibility of
rejection when it is considered that the proposed
franchise includes tho Chinese .who are more apt
to flock to the mining regions than are .tho ne?
groes, who aro fow and fer between in either of
those Territories. It was stated last winter that the
population in both Terntoriod -was too small to
warrant tho admission of the Trrritorios as States;
that the statistics were untrustworthy because tho
population was migratory, going from ono Territo?
ry to anothor, as mining prospects invited; and
the exclusion of both Colorado and Nebraska was
urged on thcBO very grounds. Without anv fur?
ther or more reliable information on thoso points,
tho Sonate seems willing to admit thom now, ir
they w ll only comply with tho condition prece?
dent about sufrago. This readuioss and even
eagerness to admit new States whoso qualifica?
tion? as StateB aro, to say the least, doubtful, con?
trasts sti-angelv with the equal anxiotv on tho part
of the F.adical majority to turust tho Southern
States out of t'io Union, and to revert them to a
territorial condition. _
A SITUATION WASTED BY A RESPECTA
A_ Bi.E ?W1UT3 FEMARE, who issn experienced
Child's Nurse, cud to do plain sewing. Can be seen for
two days at No. 100 KING STREET, near Broad.
January 15_ **
SITUATION WANTED BY A SINGLE
MAN as GARDENER OR FARMER, the laying out
of ornamental flower grounds, and culture cf flowers or
vegetables. He wjl ?ive perfoct satisfaction to any per?
son who may wish to employ bim. Apply at No. 31
CB0ECH STREET. Tho belt of city and country refer?
en -os fcivon._1*_January IB
WANTED, BY AW EXPERIENCED ENGI?
NEER, a situation to run a STATIONARY OR
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINE. Nc objection to go into tho
country. Address G. N., Engineer, Charleston Postofflco.
AYOUNG MAN OF RESPECTABILITY,
and a native of this city, is desirous of obtaining
something to do. He would like to get a place as Clerk
in a storo or counting house. He is willing to receive a
small Bolary until hi is well acquainted with tho busi?
ness. Best of recommendations given if required. Ad?
dress C. Y" Dally News office. ntutb6* January la
ANTED TO PURCHASE, A FARM WITH?
IN live miles ol the city. Address, taroogh
Cliarloston Postofflce, C. D., stating terms.
WA N TE D_A RESPECTABLE GIRL
(WHITE), for'general housework. Apply at No. ll
BULL STREET, noar Pitt._3_January 13
WANTED--AN -INDUSTRIOUS LAD,
with the highest recommendations, good address,
and a knowledge of the Grocery business, is desirous of
obtaining employment. Address INDUSTRY, at the
Office of the Daily News._January 12
GENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE,
LETTERS, SPEECHES, 4x..?.of Hon. ALEXAN?
DER H. STEPHENS, by Henry Cleveland, Et,q., late
editor of the Augusta (Ga.) C institutionalist. Send for j
Circulars and soc our terms ai d a full description of the
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO..
Corner 7th and Mah< streets, Richmond, Va.
December 27 Imo*
MULES FOR SALE.-APPLY AT NO. :
HAYNE STREET._3_January IC
T7MJR SALE, THREE YOUNG, WELL
fr broke MULES, accustomed to plantation or city
work. Apply at No. 67 RUTLEDGE STREET, above
ONE GOOD CART AND DRAY.
January 15 tuths3*
TWK SALE, CHEAP, ONE NEARLY NEW
X? FOUR-POCKET BILLIARD TABLE, complete
best Combination Cushions. Enquire at this Outee, or
address P. O. Box 97 face particulars. 2" January 15
FOR SALE CHEAP-A FINE SIDE
WHEEL STEAMER of 110 TONS; length on dock
124 feet, beam 21 feet, over all 34 feet, depth of hold 6
feet, draft water 3 ieet; has two (2) independent high
pressure ongincs; diameter of cylinder ll inch; stroke of
pistou 4 feet; bas one (1) flue boiler; is in good repair
and ready for service.
A SI DEWE EEL STEAM Kit; length 75 feet on dock, 20
foot beam, over aU 30 teet, depth of hold 5 feet, draft
water 3 feet; hos one superior low pressure eugine, IS
inch cylinder, 6 foot stroke, bottom metaled, and well
calculated for a ferry boat. For furth r particulars apply
to ARCHIBALD GETTY tz CO.,
January ll 1 stu th North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR SALE, TWENTY LARGE, FAT,
4 and 5-year old broke MOLES; and THIRTY 3
and 1 year old. For salo at Mills House Stable. Apply
to It. W. CARTON._January 14
ONE OF THE FINEST SEA ISLAND
PLANTATIONS FOR SALE OR RENT-The
McLeod place, at the mouth of Wappoo Creek, Janies
Island, one mlle from the city, with a fino dwell?
ing house, barns and cabins complete, containing
9Q? acres of high land and 700 acres ol' marsh land. Ap?
ply to WM. M. LAWTON,
Factor, Boyce At Co.'a Wharf
January 14 mtuthS
FOR SALE.-A SUPERIOR TOP BIGGY
and a set of BUGGY HARNESS, can be bought
reasonably by applying to WM. T. ELFE,
December 19 No. 90 Anson-street.
EOO. - ALE, A SCHOLARS - IP IN A PHILA?
DELPHIA University of Medicine and SUTH. ry.
This Scholarship entitles students to luR instruction un?
til graduation in tho MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anxtomy, Surgery. Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Oostctrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren, Principles and Practice- -oi Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As thi3 la-one of thc first Medical Universities ol
the country, a-favorable opportunity ia offered those
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply at this
dice. December 15
AT PRIVATE SALE-A FINE FARM, IN
GOOSE CREEK PARISH, containing 62 reres ol
land, 34of which are cleared and under fence; . _ie bal?
ance well wooded. This place is situated IC miles from
Charleston, on the State Road, and within a^uarJjj-jOfj?
chard on the place.
For iul'orma?on apply to
Dr. H. BAER,
December ll No. 131 Meeting street.
MOC?T ZION INSTITUTE,
COItrs OS* TEACHEBS,
G. A. WOODWARD, Principal
Rc v. W. P. DcBOSE, A. AL, 1 ,"_,",""?"
W. M. DWIGHT, J-assistants.
TIRE EXERCIbui OF THIS SCHOOL OPEN THE
Itt Monday ta February.
TT-iSTiffl FSB 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 bcd H"T. covering and
For further information, address tho PrindpaL
Jaiiuary 5 stuthl2
HOME SCHOOL FO.T BOYS. -
rpHE EXERCISES OF THIS-rNSTLTUTION WILL BE
X resumed ou the SECOND MON JA'.-IN SEPTEM?
BER, and continue ten The -i-moer 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 or-English studies, inc.uding
Mathematics, Commercial, Aritumeuc, and Bo jM. -Keep?
Pupils win be treated in all respects as members ->. his
family, and will receive the undivided care and atten .en
of the Principal in the preparation of their various jrii
References.-To the Faculty of the South Carolina Uni?
versity, and to present anil former patrons.
For terms and further particulars, address the under?
signed. RICHARD FORD, A. M.
Columbia, August, 1868. ? stu th_August ll
MASONIC FEMALE COLLEGE,
COKESRURY 8 C
THE EXERCISES IN THIS* COLLEGE WILL BE
resumed the i'.rtt Monday in February. An efficient'
and full corps of Teachers win be employed, under the
direction of Professor EISEN MEIER as President of tho
The low rates of Tuition, the location of the College ,
together with the roany advantages foraecurixj mays-j
terna tie and thorough Education, offer Ind?ceme r.ts In- '
feriorto no Institution in tho south.
Good Board can be obtained at from twelve to fifteen
dollars per month. For further information, address
F. V. GARY,
Secretary of tho Board if Trastoca
January 13 _ c
HIGHT SCHOOL t NIGHTMBCIIOOLI NIGHT
8 C MOO Lt
:? .."?.T '
COMMERCIAL aCHOOL, '
CORNER BROAD A NP OHO MU HfttttHTH.
BOOKKEEPING. WRITING, MKttflANTILB CALOTL
LAITONS TAUGHT, .
FROM 7 TO ? EVERY NIDHT,
January ll 1 imo
HAVING RETURNED TO TUE Cl IT, OFPERH HER
services aa Teacher at the Plano and Vocal Music.
Apply at No. 81 WENTWORTH STREET.
P. OPDEBEOK.J.. .T~..Proprietor.
TUB HOTEL 13 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN, li has been remodelled and refurnished
throughout... The travelling public transient visitors, or
others, wffl And in it aR tho luxuries of a FIRST-CLASS
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with tba comforts ol
The location ls one of the most airy and pleasant for
summer. A B?lt? rd Saloon for the lovers of thia health
!???S^^2??3red' Mo Paine or expense spared to
Mayl?88ttM*1fcrttoa- F. OPDKBECK.
._ ; KOTICB. ...
rriHE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED HTS TATXOR
X D?G BUSINESS to No. 70 BROAD STREET, north
aide, between Meeting and Church streets. .? ?' ,?j
I wfll continue the FURNISHING BUSINESS, nuder
tho Charleston Hotol, with a greator variety ofoooos.
January 18 . ??' A. B.'HULL, Agent.
TTVB. T. S. THOMSON HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE
XJ and r?sidence to No. 6* BEAUFAXN STREET
January}') . -, ;L tfcatuS*
BOARD] N 6.
. TS>3. ?
PRIV ATE BOARD. WITH OR WITHOUT ROOMS, AT I
No. 389 KING STREET, near George. . ,.? '
'. January 14_
BOAHJV?VG.-MRS. H. ara-arr.aCT IS PRE- !
PARED to' receive Boarders, st No. 14ft Meeting
?treet, up . stairs. Her many friends and BcqmuuAanco? !
will pletao beor Lila in mind. December 15
... JACOB G. BEN?IEES,
?JM"*4SUBI^OTJCr?SPECXOB ?B LUMBER, TXM
lW^EB and WOOD to be found atOffice off?TETN
5R?^^? t^^L-F30^T* Beaufana street, respect?
fully Oi/era his servtaes u, tho public in above cfnacltv^
Captain MEDICOS MCa^ffACHEKW OranaSS^ I
wiflbehappy to see his friend, at aboveOffloeT^^^^
$ a fd Strait.
Cine Otncrat-SJctiammlung ber ?entcinbe wir? am
SB?ittrcod), ben lGtcn b. "Dt. ?bent? 7 lV>t flattftnbcn.
?eacnflanb ber ??cra?bima.-Sau einer neuen ?iid)e.
Strie EeutfAc, bie ii* f?r ba? Untemebmcit intereffiren,
unb inSbcfonbrre bie aJiitglicbcr ber (Semeinbc, firtb jur
Sluf ?lncrbnung bea $crrn St. 18 i f d> o ff, i!torfit<cr?
be? ?fird)cnratt)S, ?TOtn. Ufferbatbt,
January 15_ 2_Settel tir.
THE REGULAR MEETING Vf ILL BE HELD THI8
ETrENING, nt 8 o'clock, in Council Chamber.
V?. a. SMITH,
January 15_1_Clerk of Council.
RELIEF LOAN ASSOCIATION.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THI9
Association will bu held Tait Evening, at 7 o'clock,
at Masonic Hall, when the Funds will be offered for salo;
also, a few shares of the Stock.
Tho Treasurer will receive arrears during the day at
No. 130 MEETING STREET.
WM. B. STEEDMAN.
January IS 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEK?TNCJ OF YOUR COMPA?
NY TA? (Tuesday) Evening, at your Itali In biala
street, at Nina o'clock. A punctual attendance tu re?
By ordar. JOHN F. HUMPHREYS,
January IS 1 Secretary.
YOUNG AMERICA (STEAl?) FIRE EN?
ATTEND A MEETING AT MARKET HALL, THIS
EVENING, at 7 o'clock precisely. A general at?
tendance of the members ia requested.
By order. W. W. HART,
January 15 1_Secretary Y. A H. F. E. Co.
UNION CHAPTER, No. 3, R.-.A.-.M...
THE FIRST QUARTERLY CONVOCATION WILL BE
holden in Masonic Hall, This Evening, the ISth inst,
ac 7 o'clock.
Companions and Candidates for Degrees will attend
By order of M.-.E.-.H.-.P.-.
January 15 1 W. C. WATERBURY, Secretary.
rrtHE LADIES OF THIS CONGREGATION ARE RE
I QUESTED to attend a m< eting at the Tabernacle
on To-Morro io ( Wednesday), at ll o'clock, for the purpose
of reorganizing the "Ladies' Sewing . ocioty."
By order of tho President L. S. Society.
GERMAN FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
TtHE ONE HUNDREDTH AND FlSsT ANNIVERSARY
L of the GERMAN FRIENDLY SOCIE1Y will be cele?
brated To-Uorrow, the 16th Instant, at the Hall of the
Freundschaftsbund, Society street. The members will
assemble at that place at Ll o'clock M., for the transac?
tion of business.
A poll for the election of oolera for the ensuing year
will be opened at 1 o'clock, and closed at 3 P. M.
A collation will be served at 4 o'clock P. M.
January 15_JNO. A. BLUM, Sacretary.
OFFICE OF THE HOME INSURANCE COM?
PANY, OF SAVANNAH, GA.
SAVANNAH, January 9,1867.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
of this Company will be hold at the o Ince of the
Company on the 17th Instant, st 12 o'clock M.
An ELECTION F'lR DIRECTORS for the ensuing year
will bc held at the sam ; timo and place.
Polls wai be open from 12 till 2 P. M.
January 12 stuthsl President.
I. O. O. K.-It. IV. GRANO LODGE OF THE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
rpHE ANNUAL COM.aUNICA.TIUN OF THIS GRAND
I Body will bo holden in thiB city To-Morrow. thslGth
instant, com cueing at S AM. The Omettra and Mem?
bers will toke due notice thereof.
By order of the M. W. G. M.
JNO. H. HONOUR, JR., M. D"
January 15 8 Grand Secretary.
rpo RENT.-THE THREE-STORY BRICK
I RESIDENCE, at southeast comer of Pitt and Mon- !
i tagne streets. R M. MARSHALL k BRO.,
Real Estate Agents, No. 33 Broad street.
TO RENT, SEVEN ELEGANT LARGE
ROOMS, with all necessary outbuildings, and cis?
tern. This place con be divided for two families. Rent
I very moderate. Apply at No. ll KING STRKET.
January 15 2*
mo RENT, A PART OF A HOUSE IN MON
JL TAGUE STREt-T, with kitchen, carriage house,
I kc, within a minute's walk of the City Railroad. Apply
I at this Office._9?_January 15
TO RENT, A VERY CONVENIENT RESI?
DENCE, with large Lot, Stables, Carriage and Wood
Hous.'s, and a g od, roomy Kitchen. House contains six
: good Rooms, ono Dressing Room, Pantry, kc, kc, with
; gas fixtures and fine Cistern of good well. In Upper
Wards, within two minutes' walk or City Railroad. Lot
high and dry, and situation healthy. Possession given
1st of January next. Apply st THIS OFFICE,
December ll flu
rpo RENT, "BLACKWOOD," ONE OF THE
I safest Plantations cn South San tee River, containing
222 acres fine Rice Lands. On the place is a Thrasher
and all necessary buildings. For further particulars
apply to S. L. HOWARD A BRO..
January 10 thstutt Boyce's wharf.
TO RENT, A COMFORTABLE DWELLING,
with all necessary appurtenances, at No. 54 Beoaialn
street. Inquire at No. 275 King street,
January 5_ _ Btu th
T> ARE CHANCE FOR GARDENERS AND
JTAi HORTICULTURISTS.-An ORCHARD to be rented
wi tain a halfmile of Stateburg. S. C.. and 2 Ji miles of the
1 laremont Depot, othe farndon branch of the South
i Carolina Railroad. Situated on the high hills of San tee.
j in-one of the healthiest (having long been the Summer
residence of planters) as well as beat and surest fruit
producing regions of the Southern country, this offer
should be very attractive. Thc Orchard, covering a space
of 30 acres, contains about 5000 Peach trees. 500 Pears, and
700 Apples. There is a good Dwelling House, containing
four rooms, with all necessary outbuildings for ? the
accommodation ufa family, and houses lor the accommo?
dation of laborers. There is a Church, and a Postofilce
yffi ?mtefiaM&^tn'tf Sp^
market, and are In full bearing, being from 5 to 8 years
old. Tho most liberal terms will be given to any one
bringing skill and capital. There is a Grapery, contain?
ing 30 vines, cf foreign varieties, under glass, in full
bearing, until the last year, when lt ?ras neglected.
There is a Propagating House and Nursery Beda tor fruit
and ornamental trees, and about ISO scree of good land
for the cultivation of corn and cotton, bel mging to the
tract, which can be obtained. The <j renard and acces?
sories will be rented or worked upon shares. Apply to
JAMES, R. PRINGLE,
Factor and Commission Merchant,
Adger's North Wharf, Charleston. 8. C.
~ December 13 thstn
COTTON AND CORN PLANTATION TO
RENT, in Sumter District, 8 miles west of Sumter
village. The Wilmington and Manchester Railroad runs
through the tract, and a station on the tract, and within
2 ml es of the settlement. Location perfectly healthy.
Water perfectly pure and sweet. Good accommodations
for 150 to 200 negioes. About 1000 to 1200acres of arable
land, cleared and under fence-lences in tolerably fair
condition. Good dwelling house, containing 6 rooms,
and all necessary outbuildmgB. as stables, barns, kitchen,
storerooms, .Ac. There are some laborers now on the'
place who might be induced to remain, as they are at?
tached to the place. Will be sold, if desired, or rented
lor a term or years. Parties can examine the place by
applying to JOHN B. MOORE, at Stateburgh. a C Tract
contains 3300 acres. Sixty hands have I cen successfully
worked on the place. Good cotton and corn land for the
middle country. The proprietor of this place invites
I propositions from parties desiring to invest in cotton
planting as to cultivating thia plantation on shares.
December 13_ thstn
C?EAISLAND PLANTATION TORES) 5OR
O ONE, TWO OR THREE YEARS.-All that valuable
SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION, known as Pal?
metto Hall, on Chisolm's Island, at the head waters of
St. Helena Sound, containing 1000 acres of cleared land,
having necessary buildings, kc- Terms easy. Apply to
W.T.LIB A CHISOLM,
January 1 tua North Atlantic Wharf.
TO RENT.-A FERTILE FARM ON
Meeting street Road, seor the *Sr<n?T>vm??,ta
. R. M. TvfaHMgAT.T. ?j HBO.,
- Real Ertate Agenta, No. 33 Broad street.
January 1? - 2
rpo RENT.-?NE FRONT ROOM IN A RE
JL 8PECT.-.BLE private .family, tor sleeping room,
furnished or untarnished. Inquire at No. 52 Basel \
street. ? , ... 8*_' January lt
rpo RENT, A FARM IN ST. ANDREWS
JL Parish, about four miles from ino new bridgeCon
Wappoo Cut, approachable by ?ratet. Contains about 80
acres cleared land, suitable for cultivating the finest
andes of Sea Island Cotton, or for farming purposes.
The hands which worked tbs placo last year slut upon it.
Apply to J. D. AIKEN & CO.,
January 1* . fl_Allan no Wharf.
mo RENT. THAT PLEASANTLY 8ITV
X ATKD two-oud-a-half story HOUSE, No. 1 Auantia
?treat, bavins Oas, Cistern and . good Kitchen. POM co?
olon alvon 1st of February. Apply at KRISTI) k CHAP?
MAN'?, corner of King and culford ttroets.
January >* _' ? ? ?* 8 ?
mo M HIST, A FARM NITUATBD OM COOP?
X KU tttvav, ?Iffbt m.i<m from the dty, containing 404
tares, between 60 sud 70 of whlah br.vo baan planted the
past HUtnmsr. tin lt is ? eoiufurtabla Dwelling, Kltaaen,
horn, mable, and negro Uouaet. Apply at this omeo.
Peon ruber it _ sta ihm
rpo IIWVTTA ?^iaAli^~^w>nB ' ON
X Kio? strost-Hlielvla?, ?ouater?, ito., complota, In?
quire stffo-,Ut JKMft? WjffliT-_? iaiuaryJ?
rpo Ula STUPART OP A. RESIDENCES IN
X Masting . tr pet, with four or firs room?. Apply at
via U. DAWSON. Wo. Bfl Itwttd street. January 8
ry RENT. TWO WICK Htj,ti ARIO HOOMR,
and a KITCHEN. . Apply at No, 20 HAMIL HT11EKT.
near Bast Bay. January U
rpo RENT.-?ME BOO? IM A GENTEEL
X private family. Also KITCHEN and Servants' rooms.
for partleulart nyi.iy at tblj Oft>r. Nnvemt^r 27
C. C. WIGHTMAN & CO.,
(NEAR MEETING,) -
UA LL KINDS OF MACHINE AND. BLACKSMITH
2\_ WORK done at tho shortest notice. .
TURNING IN WOOD for building and other purposes.
Orders for the same respectfully. solicited.
stoi?% In Wood by Steam Power.
TURNING DONE AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. AND
cheaper than Northern prises. Apply to
^ . a c. wio^THAS & da,:
December 28 ?almo Queen-stieet, near Meeting. ? j)
!'. J. ?EPEGFtELL.
BETWEEN K3NG AND ST. PRTLD?.
T ^^P?L!*? EVERY DE8CXUPXIONAND 3Utt7DrNO
;-XJ MATERIAL constantly on sand st toe iow?tt mar?
ket onana. _. rtnlyr , . Jone 29 .
ATTORNEYS ' AT -LftiW,,
OFFICE NO. -W BSDATJ 8TBEET, .
CRARLEgTOMt- g. <S.'**
L B. N ORTHROF... ATJQ'8. SANDERS.
?h rrf\r\?\ GOLD COIN FOU SALK ny.
S?Ov?vIvi GEO. W. WILLI*.1?3 t CO.
"january 15 ?
COPAR T ll ER S HI P S~
THE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING BE. WEEN JOHN
A. TURNER and the undersigned was dissolved on
:ue 13th of December last.
January 15 1* S. IL LOMNO.
rriHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ASSOCIATED WITH
X themselves in buslncRH ?lr. C. C. P1NUKNKY.
Jr., will continue thc practice of Law and Eiruity
uuder tho firm of MEMM1NUKR. JERVEY * PLNCK
NEY. Offices No. 60 Broad street.
January 1 tu? MEMMINGER & JEKVEY.
P11K.SSI.EV, LOKI) 4.1: INULKSllY.
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE BECOME PARTNERS IN
JL tho practico oi Liw and Equity, under tho above
uumo and Arm Omeo No. 21 limad street.
II. C. I'RESKT.KY.
SAMUEL LORI), JR.
January 1 IhtuO CHARLES 1NOLESIJY.
DISNOLUTION OK COPARTNERSHIP.
minc corAUTNERsmr KXISTINO IN THIS CITY
X under tho name Ol SALAS >v. Ct), ia thin day dis
oolvud by it? limitation. Mr. F. P. S.VLAS will use the
namn of tho linn univ lu liquidation. SALAS J; CO.
CliurlcKton, aist December, IW',0.
January 1 IS
"\JI/"E, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVs' THIS DAY
H iomiud a copartnership in this city under the
namo and style of UONAFON't' 4: SALAS, for the trans?
action or a Oe no ral and Commission business, as well as
for the .mporung and exporting of produce, at No. 118
Ea?t Bay street, and have granted to Mr RAM JN SALAS
our full power of Attorney.
FRANCIS P. SALAS.
Charleston, 1st January, 18CT. IC January 1
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership under tho ann name of MARSHALL.
BURGE & BOWEN, for the purpose of carrying on thc
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS BUSINESS at No. 1W MEET?
E. W MARSHALL.
W. T. BURGE.
O. A. LOWEN.
Charleston. January 1,18G7. tuthslmo January 1
rpHE FIRM OF CRANE. BOYLSTON & CO. IS THIS
X DAY dissolved by mutual consent. Eithor partner
is authorized to sign the name of the firm in liquidation.
J JHN G. CRANE
J. REID BOYLSTON.
WM. H. TOWNSEND.
HENRY BOYLSTON, Jr.
SAM'L J. CORRIE.
January 1,1SG7. ruths
rjTHE UNDEBSIGNED, SUCCESSORS TO CRANE.
X BOYLSTON & CO., have this day formed a Copart?
nership under th? style of J. R. BOYLSTON i CO.. for
the transaction of tho WHOLESALE Lilt GOODS BUSI?
NESS, at No. 45 HAYNE STREET, corner Meeting street.
J. REID BOYLSTON.
ALBERT Z. DEMAREST.
HENRY BOYLSTON, Jr.
SAMUEL J. CORBIE.
Charleston, January 1,1S6T. 12 January 1
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE,
SECOND DISTRICT SOUTH CAROLINA, ,
?, CHUU.SSTOK, January 1st, 1607. )
THE LAW OF THE UNITED STATES IMPOSING
Stamp Duties took effect October 1st, 1802.
AU instruments required by said laws to be stamped,
made sin co that date, but issued unstamped, aro invalid
and unlawful, aa well as the record thcrcot.
Such unstamped instruments executed or issued in
this Collection District, can now be rendered valid and
lawful only by presenting them to the undersigned,
paying tho stamp duty nnd the lawiul penalty.
The penalty can be lawmlly remitted In certain cases,
provided t >o instrument in question ls presented, and
thc stamp duty paid prior to certain dates.
Tho undersigned is at all times ready to give informa?
tion upon this matter, and requests parties interested to
give it prompt attention.
FREDERICK A. SAWYER,
Collector 2d District, comprising Charleston, Beaufort.
Barnwell, Colle ton and Orangeburg.
January 4 ftu4
HEADQUARTERS, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER, 1
BUREAU REFUGEES, F BEECHEN.
AND ABANDONED Laims,
CHARLESTON, S. C. December 17,1806.
[GENERAL OED EES, NO. 25.]
I.. General Ordern, No. 23, c e., is amended and re?
issued, as follows:
Bvt. Mejrr A McL- CRAWFORD, V. R. C., ls hereby ap?
pointed "Officer in charge ot the Claim Division of the
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
for the State of South Carolina."
AR communications concerning the collection of bade
pay, bounties, pensions, &c, will be addressed alrectly
to him. No other persons in this Slate are authorized
agents of this Bureau for the collection of such claims.
Bianka and instructions wm he forwarded by him to
the Acting Assistant Commissioners of this State, who
will afford claimants the ncc. ssary aid in properly for?
warding their application, to the War department,
through Major Crawford. By order of
Bvt. Maj. Gen. R. K. SCOTT,
EDW. L. DEANE,
Bvt. Major and A. A. A. Gen'L
OFFICE FOB COLLLECnON OF ADDITIONAL)
BOUNTY AND BACK PAY, J
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 27, I860. )
Bvt. Maj. EDWARD L DEAWE, A.-A. A. Gen'].
Attention is Called to tho fact that this office is the
only authorized medium for the collection ot claims
against the Government through Government channels.
All necessary i lanka and instructions will be furnished
to officers on duty in this State on application to this
office, A. McL. CRAWFORD.
Bvt. MajorU. H. V.. Ofli -er in Charge.
SST Columbia South Carolinian copy and send bill to
this office. Imo January 1
To the Sufferers
THE LATE WAR
YOU ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED THAT
your Furniture lost during tho late war wu! be
replaced by MACKEY & BAKER for a very reasonable
consideration. We earnestly invite the publie to pay us
a visit, learn our prices, and i-spect our fine assortment
of COTTAGE SETS, which cannot be excelled in quality
or price by any house in this city. Our Warercoms are
the finest in the Southern country, and we consider it no
troubla to show our Goods, whether you buy or not.
MACKEY & BAKER,
January 7_Corner Kins and Market streets.
GEO. J. HEMES, LACY & tt,
Thirteenth and Chesnut Streets,
PHTTi A DEIiPTTT A.
We have a suit of
And Furnished Complete aa
PARLORS MD CHAMBERS. *
Purchasers can BOB how a suit of Furniture will appear
in their house, and can from these rooms make a better
selection than they. can tram furniture promlscucusly
-I'jcf i In Urce wsreroomk '?ros Nov?aiher?ti
CHURCH MUSIC JUST FROM TOE PRESS.
"THE NEW CASKET,"
/CONTAINING SPARKLING GEMS GATHERED
\j (rom tho Werke of the great Maa tera/ Also, choice
??lections from eminent American Composers, with a
large amount of BOW Undo, adapted to tho services of all
denominations-bemg tho most completa collodion of
Sacred Melodies ?var published. By
GEO. O. ROBINSON,
Charleston, fe. C.
For sale at BEIOLTNO'S MD8IC STORE.
Price, singlo copie?, SI 7AV A liberal discount to the
trade. 8 January la
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, PeritfUacals and Stationery.
JUST RECEIVED- ii .
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
X HOT?GEAPH9, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1M7, Eta.
. i ALSO, ? . .'
A fine and largo selection of NOVELS, by tho moat
celebrated author?. BONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
Amusements, Ac, > .. , -v
All tho MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptlona re
cefijt?? for tho same.
.? Orders from the country aro respectfully solicited.
T'-BM?' r-THiraW ?Novembers
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MUKBAY, EDDY ft CO., MANAGERS.
mo BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON. KY., IGTE VkTD
X 80th each month. 'Boheme. 80,000 tickets-527
prizes. Whola tickets, 816; halves, 88; quarters, M.
I Prlzeof....$60,000 2 Prizes of-.?4,500
1 Fri")of.$20,000 29 Prizes ol...81.000
1 Prize of.....88,950 63 Prizes of....?400
1 Prlzeof.88,000 US Prisas of...........8300
. - 229 Prises of ?200. 1 .....
SA Approximation Prizes amounting to 813,06a
Combrnation Lottery dravrs every day.- Ticket? from
81 to ?10. -. '?>?? ? ?> ?
' Circulars ?entire?. Drawings matUd as soon aa the
Lottery ls drawn. ' ? ? -i ?
- 'a^drw ta^ Tr jP&TKBS, Cuitad Stile?Licensed Agent,
So. M. Haast strew, uu-nastoo, ?? ccKe.j-BoxSJ ? .c>.
, November .'i Smo
T. X>. MERN AUGH
..W:-.v OUStUMBroSi S. C?? 'Ur? ^
Doceabex 18 ; : - ? >? \ ? . -..^ trufrm
Life Assurance Society
OP THE UNITED STATES.
Established February, 1S59.
rIE ASSURED PARTICIPATE TN THE PROFITS.
Dividends declared annually ANI> PA1J) IN CASU.
O. A. BOWEN.
Ac.cnt for Charleston.
At Messrs. James Adger & Co.'s. turner East Day and
Mgcr's South Wharf. tm hs November 20
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL..$10,000,000 IN GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Ageiite,
NO. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
OFFICE CLERK OE COUNCIL. JANOAUY 7, 1S47.
CITY COUNCIL WILL PROCEED. AT ITS NEXT
Regular Meeting, to Ito bel . on Tnirsday. ir?th inst., to
au election for TWO CHIMNEY CON TRACTORS, on
for the Upjier Wards, and one lor th? Lower Ward:
Person? apply ng will please name their sureties. Tho
bond required to bo 1. ivou is lor ?2UO0. Letters roceivoi"
up to 2 o'cto-. k P. M. ou thu day of election.
W. H. SMITH,
January 8 8 Clerk of Council.
CITY <? PP I CE ns.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, \
January 7, lbCT. J
ALL CITY OFFICERS WHO ARE REQUIRED TO I
givo bonds, ore hereby notified to call at this Office
and execute the saino by thc next ineetiug of Council,
which will bo hold on l.r,th inst. Thoso failing to do so,
their oflices will bo declared vacant.
By order. W. H. SMITH,
January 8 8 Clerk of Council.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
"KF1CE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
CITY HALL, Jauuary 1, lhGti. J
"VT OTT CE IS HEREB1 GIVEN TO ALI. CONCERNED
.IM that thc Monthly Returns for the month of Docem
berpast, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, retitled
on thc Kith dav of Januarr, 1S6<;, must bc made on or
before the 15th inst D. C. GIBSON,
January lt- City Assessor.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, )
CITY HALL, November 9,I860. J
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING- IN T?E
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of tho Cit}-, un?
der "An Actof the General Assembly, gi vug authority
to tho City Council of charleston to proceed in tho mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City anew," are hereby notified that th-; form of appli?
cation for loans can bc obtained at thc office nf the Clerk
of Council, between the hours ol' 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must bc hied in thc abovermentioued
office, as tho Committee wih meet every Monday to con?
sider thc same.
By order of tho Mayan. W. H. SMITH,
November 10 Clerk of Couucil.
OFFICr. CLERK OF COUNCIL. )
JANUARY 7.18(17. J
TUE FOLLOWING PERSONS HAVE FILED THEIR
applications in thu offico for LIQUOR LICENSES,
to dato 1st January. 1807.
so. 1 LICENSE.
AMME, D. A, Meeting and Market streets. Sureties
C. Ammo, C. H. Panknin.
LOBSIGER A- CO.. No. 693 King streot. Sureties-P
Duffie. C. H. Ruffin.
SCHNELL & Co., No. 100 Market street. Sureties
James Foley, N F Petit.
NO. 2 LICENCE.
AHRENS, H. W.. No. 2a Nassau street. Sureties-John
H. Thee, John Tienckcn,
BULLWINKLE. J. D., No. 178 Qteen stroot. Sure?
ties-H. Buck. John Burns.
I BEHR JOHN. No. 13a Coming street. Sureties-John
A. Cook & Co., H. Stender.
BARGMANN. G., No. 66 Camion street. Sureties-B.
Bargmann. H. Hoffman.
BBUNGES, W., George and Coming streets. Sure?
ties-A Stemmcrman, J. C Woblers.
BEHRENS, L.. Wentworth street and East Bay. Sure?
ties, B. Bollmann, A. Bischoff.
BAHNTGE, W.,-Amherst and Drake streets. Sure?
ties. -, D. Kossens.
BREDENBERG, J. P., King and Broad streets. Sure?
ties-G. W. Steffens, L. Bredenberg.
BLASE, C. L-, Church and Cumberland streets. Sure?
ties-H Bollmann, J Dawson.
BUCK, H., No, 182 Coming street. Sureties-W.
Dierssen, H. Otjen.
CORDES, G., Marsh and Vernon streets. Sureties-M.
Caulfield, T. H. L, Schuchcrt
CLAFFY, T.. No. 103 Market street. Sureties-Jas. F.
Slattery, J. M. Touhey.
DREYER, Mrs. A., No. 33 Tradd street. Sureties-F.
Entchnann, B. Bollmann.
DOWLING, M., No. 1 Chapel street. Sureties-J.
Weldon. C. Dieckhon*.
DOTHAGE, J-, Na 88 Anson street. Sureties-J. H.
L Schuchcrt, W. Brvdcnborg.
DENNIS, C. W. ,t J. H., Planters' Hotel. Sureties-P.
Moran, T. L. Qnackenbush.
EBERHARDT, C. H., No. 15 Inspection street Sure?
ties-J. H. Petermann, L. Bredcnlierg.
FISCHER, E. J. H., No. 30 Church street. Sureties
H. Paid?, H. Gerdt?.
FRENDENBERG, H. F., Anson and Elizabeth streets.
Suretics--JoD Dawson, C Lilienthai.
FINEKEN, A., No. 81 Elizabeth street. Sureties-C.
L Lilienthai, A. Kronneko.
GOETGEN, A- is CO.. Laurens and Concord streets.
Sureties-E. J. Jones. M. Lubra.
oiKjinrJiii. j. H., Hasel and An?T, ?l.recte. Sure tic
-B. Bollmann, B. KOO am.
HOLLINGS, HENRY, Rutledge and Line streets. Su?
reties-N. Hollings, C. J. Schlcpegrell.
H EISSENBUTT LE C. M., Vernon and Washington
streets. Sureties-E J. Jones, J. H. Fcterman.
HARMS, H.. No. 2.T Wentworth street. Sureties-A.
Bischoff, C. Lilien thaL
HARBERS, J. H., Archdale and Market streets. Sure?
ties-G. F. Mehltau, B. Bollnmnn.
HANLON, J., State and Queen streets. Sureties-P.
Brody, A. Farrelly.
HAHERNICHT, GEO. F., King street and Smith lane.
Sureties-J. Dougherty, A. Habe nicht.
HEINES, H.. No. ll South Bay. Sureties-John
Dougherty, Henry Gerdts.
HURKAMP A CO., JOHN, Broad and King streets.
Sureties-J. P. Merkhardt, A Melchers.
JOHNSTON. GEO. E., Hasel street. Sureties-C. Fro
nebsrger, H. F. Strohecker.
JOHNSTON, A., John and Elizabeth streets. Sure?
ties-Wm. Moron, P. Brady.
JUNE, SAMUEL, No. 18 Elliott street. Sureties-C.
M?rmter, J. M. Ostendorff.
KRUSE. J. Sureties-Henry Gerdts. A W. Eckel.
KRIETE & CHAPMAN, King and Clifford streets.
Sureties-B. Bollmann, H. Bollmonn.
LOOLY, JASl, No. 530 King street. Sureties-A Far?
relly, D. Lanigan.
LLSsrEDT, GEO. H., No. 12* Eing street Sureties
LUTJEN, B-. No. 232 Meeting street. Sureties-B.
Bollmann, M. Dowling.
LUBY, U. D.. Smith and Morris streets. Sureties-C.
F. Luby, B. BoUmann.
LANGE J- H., Vendue Range. Sureties-F. Melchers,
John T. Milligan.
LILIEN Tn AL & CO., Market and Church streets.
Sureties-T. L. Quackenbusb and J. Von Hollen.
MEYER. A. F., No. 43 Brui street Sureties-Henry
Gerdts, J. Cammer.
MENSING, C., No. 3? Rutledge street. Sureties-B.
BoUmann, A. Nimitz.
MEYER, MART?N, No. 113 East Bay street Sureties
E. Bollmani. J. Dawson.
MEHRTENS, JNO.. Queen and Meeting streets. Sure
tics-Jacob Small, A. Bischoff
a M?RMTER, Church and Elliott streets. Sureties
F. Police, F. KresseL
MORGAN, E., Queen and Church streets. Sureties
M. McGerty, E. Rodd in.
MORPH, lt-. No. 2 Queen streot Sureties-J. John?
son. J. M. Ostendorff.
MATTHE WES, S., Trodd and Legara streets. Sureties
-B. Bollmann, P. C. Schroder.
05EMANN, J. C., King and Geergo streets. Sureties
-John H. Slxeckfuss, J. C. Blohme.
O'illUEN, M.. No. 65 Market street. Sure Uss-John F.
O'Neill, D. Mcsweeney.
PLOGU, F. H., No. 201 Meeting streets. Sureties-J.
Kruse, C. Luicntbal.
PETERMANN. J. H., No. 5 Inspection street
PLATE, H., No. 65 Tradd street Surettes-L. F.
K oe? ter, Bollmann. I
PDCHHABKR, F., Calhoun and Coming streets. Sure?
ties-Henry Eli ricks, A. Bischoff.
PITZEL, W., Columbus and King streets. Sureties
A. Bischoff, W. Bredemon.
PAULY, H.. No. 44 State street Surstios-E J. H.
Fischer, A. Bischoff.
M. P. REI LY, Radcliffe and Smith streets. Sureties
W. J. Robinson, W. F. Paddon.
RICHTER, Na 5 Middle and Minority streets. Sure- ]
ties-A. Bischoff, A Duncan. ]
RENKEN, tIETA, Calhoun and Meeting streets. Sure?
ties-M. McManmon, Henry Horlbcck.
STEFFINS A to., O. W., King and George streets,
Sureties-Martin Muller, Miles Drake.
SCHRODER, P. C., No. 1 Conting street. Sureties
B. Bollmann ,s. D. Matthews.
SAVAGE a ENSIGN, Merchants' Hotel. Sureties-G.
F. Heesomann, Thos. Gurt ty.
SCHARFER, F.. No. 34 Spring street. Sureties-P. N.
Brlckwodol. H. Fink.
SCHRODER, W., No. 628 King street Sureties-L. F.
Rooster, B. RpUm'Min. ~ . . .
SACK, W. M.. sires allay and Line street Sureties
P. Duffie, F. Ansel.
HHOLE, C. L. F., No. 38 Corning street Sureties-B.
BoUmann, A. Nimitz. . ir.-'.
TURNER, ROWELL A CO., King and Market Stroths.
Sureties-Jos. Cosgrove D. Jacobs.
THEIL E. P., No. 679 King street Sureties-T. Clar?
ry, B.- Boll marin.
TKEILINQ, F. W., Spring and St Philip streets. Sure
tics-Jas. Kleinlohann, O. W. Plossmann.
THEE, JNO. H., Amherst and America streets. Sure?
ties-J. TLneken, C. Dieckhoff.
H. VIOIIL, No. 74 Church street Sureties-F. Hotel?
man. A, Nimitz.
WALSH, PETER, No. 6 Queen street Sureties-Jos.
Cosgrove, J no. F. O'Neill.
.WOHLERS, JNO. C., No. 97 Coming street. Sureties
Henry Ebricks, W. Brunges. . . . .
WIENHOL.cz, F., No. 89 East Bay. Sureties-C H.
Reinke, H Runckon. .
WOHLKEN, H., No. 35 Charlotte street Sureties-T.
H. L Sottucbert, J. Dothage. ' . . i ?'
WIEHES, H. A B., Nassau and Woolie.streets. Sure?
ties-H. Hastedt, G. Artopc.
WULBERN, J., No, 77 Chuxeh street. Sureties-Jno.
N. Tidemann, J. Tlencken.
WELDEN, JNO., No. 5 Chapel street Sureties-B.
BoUmann. W. Moran. _"_
W. H. SMITH,
January li ' 3 Clerk of Gannett.
WHITE & PAINE,
Shi] ping & Commission MercMs -
NO A SO?TH ATLANTIC fWlLABF,
ClaAtCL^S-lU?, ?> V,
r. J. WHrrE.%.......^.^....jEoaeus. PA:SE
BARLOW. THE OLD J>PEBA'ft tR, HAS THOROUGH?
LY renovated and fitted up the Old Star Gallery,
and ls prepared io take an kinds of PORTRAITS. He is
thankful for past patronage, and further solicits ? oluvre ol
tho trade. Ha hos al so Photographs of Confederate Gcn
arals, Ordinance of Secession, View* of City. Sumter end
3?1ST Fortiflcations,'at wholesale and retail, at a E. COR?
NER KING AND MARKET STREETS, Charleston, 8. a
N. JG.-Porcelain Portrait, and Picture, enlarged on
?hort notice and m bes* ot style. Ctr November L
GROCERY ANO MISCELLANEOUS.
TAA BALKS PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY.
I VJ Kr For Bide by T. J. KERR & CO.
January 15 2
:AAA BUSHELS BRIGHT MARYLAND OATS.
? VJ VJ VJ For salo by T. J. KERB k CO.
January 15 2
MAAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
I '/V/Vy CORN, ox Kclioouer "Li ly." in bulk and
bas?. SCRIVEN A: NISBET.
January 15 'J Accommodation Wharf.
1 f\i~\ BBLS. PINK EYE AND WESTERN REI)
?.VJ I " TATt?KS, for plantim.'.
35n bbl?. Flour-Extra, super and Fine
20 te?. Primo Leaf l^inl
- bbl*. Choice Bacon Strips
- lilids. Choice sidon and Shoulders
- bbla. Choice Hums.
A FULL SUPPLY OF FAMILY OP.OrERIES. LIQUORS.
tte. For sale low Iv WM. MARSCHER,
January 15 tutli2 No. 7? East Bay.
COAL ! COAL ! COAL !
1 AA TONS SUPERIOR KED ASH COAL, SUITABLE
J.V'V.' for trrat. s, ranees. iVc, now in yard, and lor
sala in ?mantilles to suit families, at lowest market rates,
by BUDD it BLAKE,
Jauuary 15 1 noyce's Wharf.
WESTERN HEMP ROPE.
Of li" \ HALF COUS CHOICE WESTERN HEMP
?V f\J ROPE. For sale by
January 14_2_ MORDECAI & CO.
FAVORITE BRAN ?>?5"?F SKGI??S.
!?t \ r\ i \f \ SEC.VRS, FOR SALE HY
OU.UUV MORDECAI & CO.
January 14 2
PRIME YELLOW CORN.
Kfinn BUSHELS PRIME MARYLAND YELLOW
.LM^VM J COHN, in nc?-bags.
For sale by MORDECAI J: CO.
Jauuary 14 n
CHOICE NEW ORLEANS SUGAR
HHDS. CHOICE NEW ORLEANS SUGAR.
?7 BARRELS CHOICE NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
,.T'a?!i?ttf.t.l2"' day from schooner John Crockford,
tl tract TEqSA New Orleans, and for sale by
January 14 2 MORDECAI it CO.
ir f\ PIECES GERMAN BAGGTNO.
rJVJ For sale by MORDECAI & CO.
January 14 o
GOOD GROCERY SUGARS.
Cif\f\ BBLS. GOOD GROCERY SUGARS.
JjVjvJ Forealoby MORDECAI <fc CO.
January 14_ 2
PRIME RIO AND LAGUAYRA
1 f)A BAGS PRIME RIO COFFEE
I ? V f 100 bags Primo Laguayra Cofiee.
For sale by MORDECAI & CO.
PYIM?'??W ORLEANS SUGAR
JUST ARRIVED. FOR SALE BY_
T. TUPPER & SONS,
January 14 3_Brown's Wharf.
BACON AND LARI).
I f\ HUDR. CHOICE C. R. SIDES.
LU 10 hhda. choice Rib Sides.
25 Heroes PURE LEAF LARD.
25 tierces PRIME OLD S. C. H AMS.
For sale by HENRY COBIA & CO.
BACON AND LARD.
LIT HOTS. PRIME SHOULDERS
O 10 hhds. Second Quality
15 tierces Primo Leaf Lard
Landing per steamer Falcon, and for salo low by
LA UREY it ALEXANDER,
January]! 2_No. 1:17 East Bay.
1 ^AA BUSHELS L F COW PEAS-THE HIGHEST
1?UV market price paid.
os iiAxj) AND ron SALE.
SEED WHEAT, RYE. BARLEY, OATS, earefully select?
ed for planting.
ORIST. MEAL, RICE FLOUR. All descriptions of
Grain for feeding purposes. JOHN BINNS.
No. 220 East Bay,
Opposite New Custom Hsusc.
NEW CROP NEW ORLEANS
mBARRELS PRIME NEW CROP NEW OR?
LEANS MOLASSES, landing this day from
schooner John Crockford, and for sale by
HENRY BISCHOFF <V CO.,
January 14 3 No. 107 East Bay.
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTER^
AT REDUCED PRICES.
CASKS BASS' PINTS ALE
70 casks Tennent's Pin La Ale
50 casks Tennent's Pinta Porter
50 casks Tennent's Quarts Porter
50 casks Antin's Quarts Ale
50 casks Aiktn's Pints Ale.
For salo by HENRY BISCHOFF k CO.,
January 14_3_No. 107 East Bay.
*f CT BBLS. NO. 1 FLORIDA SYRUP.
i O WILLIS i CHISOLM.
1 A Alfi BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
?VjUU CORN. WILLIS & CHISOLM.
rr rv TONS PURE UNADULTERATED PERUVIAN
tJVJ GUANO, fr?m first hands, by
Decembor 13 WILLIS ct CHISOLM.
FOR SALE, 100.000 BUSHELS OF REFUSE LIME,
thoroughly impregnated ammonia, an excellent
manure. Apply at the GAS OFFICE, Church street
QAA AHA SUPERIOR SEGARS IMPORT
UV/V.VVV ED from Havana, of tho following
celebrated brands and sizes :
MAEEETJ YOUNO ASTER TC A AND FLOE SOBESAVO.
LONDRES, CONCHAS? REGALIAS, FRIGENIRR08,
and Bags Smoking Tobacco.
FEOM PUEE ESP'N WIJ?E AND LIQUORS.
CATALONIA. SHERRY, MADERLA WINE, RUM, COG?
NAC and Gin, Marmalade and Jelly.
. For sale low, or at any price, in lots to suit purchasers
by LOPEZ .t CO.,
December 28 15 No. 71 East Bay.
ALE! AXE! ALE !
CELEBRATED BALT10RE ALE,
FSTORE AND RECEIVING REGULARLY BY
every steamer. Their Brewery was established in
1770. AR their Ale is warranted to bo of the very best quali?
ty, and is pronounced by judges to have no superior and
fow equals. For ?ale, by tho barrel or half barrel, by
J. k W. H. ARMSTRO SG,
Nos. 40 and 43 Market at, near Meeting, north side.
Agents for Messrs. W. CLAGETT <s CO.
January 7 6 ratha*) sn Baltimore, Md.
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. Wo sell no goods
but what we can recommend and warrant to be PURE
Goods delivered to all parts of the city, free of ohargo.
18 THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
IN THE WORLD.
r: 13 THE EASIEST OPERATED; THE LEAST COM?
PLICATED, and the least liable to get out of order.
; It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES: Lock, Knot,
Double Lock and Double Knot; each stitch perfect and
alike on both sides of the fabric.
The. work wiB feed either to the right or left without
stopping tho Tn?/.hf,i?i,
It will Braid, Tuck, Quilt, Cord, Hem, Fell, Bind,
Gather and Stitch on a Ruffle at tho same time, and do all
kinds of Balerang required by Families and Mannfar
It runs easily, and ia almost noiseless.
It ia the most rapid sewer in the world, making five
stitches to each revolution.
It uses tba same size threads on both aides of tba
It ella no dresses, all its machinery being on top of the
Ita tension is self-adjusting, and hence not liable to
break tba thread._, _
MACHINES may be seen in operation at HAYDEN'S
JEWELRY STORE, corner of Kmg and Hasel streets,
where tho truth of the above wfll be demonstrated to all
In every District in the State, ito whom liberal induce
manta wfll be offered, .
For further information, call on, or address
, C. W. DENNIS k CO.,
? General Agents, for South Carolina.
' LVeemberiO ??..yr imo