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wsmm MM NEWS,
G: B. CATHCART. EDITOR
CATHCART. MCMILLAN St MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE STREET.
DAILY- IX MONTHS.
BAILY-1 HItaS MONTHS.
BINGLE ? 1PIB9.
TO NEWS l?HALEJU'.-....
Hon. C. C. CLAT'S property has boen libelled for
Georgia, haa seventy-eight manufactories of cot?
ton and woollen goods.
Immigration ie still pouring into Texas from all
parts of tho older States.
Population of Vicksburg on tho lat of May last,
8087; of Natches, MSI; of Jackson, 3486.
The Ghee House in Solma ?has been rented the
ensuing yoar at ?7C00 in gold.
The cultivation of olives is spoken of in South
Carolina as an experimont worth trying on a large
A new paper, to be called tho Daily Standard,
JOHN F. BURNS editor, is about to bo started at
The petition of the general and poet, ALBEBT
Pro, of Arkansas, for pardon, was indorsed by
ever 200 persons.
Four young lads, under twelve years of ago,
were discovered in a Boston church on Sunday
playing ouchro for "the beer for the crowd."
Gen. STEBUKO PEICE'S son, CELEI?S, waa married
the other day in Missouri to tho daughter of Gov.
m T?, pj^T_
Gen. WASHTSOTOS'S pew in Christ Church, Alex?
andria, the Southern Churchman says, originally
cost thirty-six pounds ten shillings.
The peoplo of Clarkaville, Tennessee, aro raising
the money by voluntary contribution to purchase
m DWaiu a. - --?ciao.
JAMBS LAUDERDALE, of Wasmngron country, J.o??
as, and a soldier under JACKSON at New Orleans,
died recently at tho ago of 96.
Weekly shipments of copper from the Duck town
mines pass through Chattanooga en route for New
This will be a lively week at Houston, Texas.
During the week no less than five conventions will
meet there to consult about the various industrial
and religious interests of the State.
For the six months ending December 31st,
there were shipped from Pensacola, Florida, to
Spanish ports 2,600,000 feot of lumber, worth
The military bridge over the Tennessee River
at Chattanooga was sold at auction on the 11th.
Capt. S LAXTON, the lessee, became tho purchaser
A puppy of mixed gondor, and having eight
legs, baa bean littered in a Vicksburg stable. It
had alao four tails. Puppies gonorally have two
or four legs, and scarcely any tail at alL
The Norfolk papers explain the limited supply
?nd rise in price of oysters experienced latoly by
stating that the woatber has boon such as to put
an end to "tonging operations."
A Lynchburg negro, who followed tho Congres?
sional excursionists as far as Bristol, loft thom in
disgust, and reports that he only made ten cents
out of the whole party.
New York capitalists have formed a company to
vwjoapt the charter of th? Covington and Ohio Rail?
road in Virginia. The funds are secured, and tho
work wi:l begin with the opening of spring.
A wire suspension bridge in Tonii033eo lately
broke down whilo a drove of mulos, belonging to Mr.
J.oms NEAL, of Nicholas, were crossing. Four of
the mulos wore killed, and all wero injured.
Mr. WILLIAM OSQOOD, Conductor on the Mem?
phis and Louisv.lie Road, waa brutally beaten at
Humboldt Station one day I^L week by tho friends
of a boywhotn ho had ejected from bis train.
To show how "Yankee notions" ar? spreading
among tho negroes-an old darkey ia reported to
be acoumulating a fortune in Virginia by the sale
of a magic lotion, which, he asserts, will infallibly
Straighten kinky hair.
Aller the 1st of January, 1870, the gambling
caloona or Baden Br iou and Spa are to bo closed,
by order of the Government. From that day there
ia to he no more Roulette or T? ente^U-QuaranU at
The Vicksburg Herald saya that several gentle?
men who have recently boen engaged in duels
have been indicted by the grand j my of the county
and bound over in the sum of $1000 to answer for
A daily newspaper man who has just got out of
tho traces says he is becoming quite well ac?
quainted with his family. He discovered, to his
surprise, that his daughter could play upon the
piano. He never bad time to discover the fact
The Mississippi papers take leave of Gen. T. J.
Woos, late commander of the department, with
many expressions of regret-and many compliments
paid to his official action whilo discharging among
them a delicate and difficult duty.
Savannah is about cutting a canal of eight miles
along the coast, by which four hundred miles of
inland navigation will be opened to steamers of
tour feet draft, to run from Savannah to Jupiter
The Warrenton (Va.) Index announces the mar?
riage, on the 27th ult., of EUGENE CALLAHAN, white
man, of Lowell, Mass., and late of the TT. S. army,
to Roberta Hadnall (colored), formerly slave of
T. B. STEWART, of Fauquier.
CABELL QUABLES, a little boy six years old, while
playing in his mother's parlor at Richmond, Va.,
put a small sea shell in his mouth. It slipped into
his throat, and suffocated bim in spite of all th :>
eflorta of the family and physicians.
A negro on trial before the Mayor of Lynchburg,
for striking another negro, gave as an excuse the
Coot that the negro he struck belonged to the "old
issue" (free before the war) and therefore tried to
impose on him.
In removing the rubbish from the property on
tho comer of Royal and Dauphin streets, in Mo?
bile, two or three days ago, the workmen unearth?
ed the "cornerstone" of a building and found a
quantity of silver coin and other valuables, which
had been placed there by the builder, Mr. MoVos,
The Norfolk Day Book gives a sad account of
the one? pleasant town of Hampton ; hiving now
a population of 4000 negroes, the greater part of
.whom are tho mo?t "unmitigated scoundrels"
alive, who, in the face of open day, and before tbs
eyes of tho merchants, pick up and walk off with
whatever they can place their hands on.
Two pack-pedlers entered the bouse of Mr. JOHN
LEECH, in Memphis, one day last week, spread
their packs, and when the family gathered around,
Dpenoda shawl so saturated with chloroform as to
I brow the whole family into a state of insensibility.
Th? pediera then robbed the bouse of money and
valuables to the amount of $250, and made good
Shair escape. (?)
At the monthly meeting of the Massachusetts
Historical Society, held on Thursday, the Pr?si?
dant, Hon. ROBEBT C. WINTHBOP, read a letter from
Mr. G KOBOS PEABODY announcing his gift to the
Historical Society of the sum of $20,000 as a fund
tor the publication of the proceedings, and also
the preservation of the historical portraits in tho
possession of tho Society.
The Great Western Railway in Canada has been
arranged, by the addition of a third track, BO that
lb? narrow guage cars of the New York Central
oan go through direct from New York to Chicago
with but a single change of cara. Arrangements
have been made by the Secretary of tho Treasury
to modify the customs regulations with Canada,
and in future there will be no detention at the
boundary uno for the purpose of examining per
Th? receipts at San Francisco from internal
revenue during the month of December were
tMS.GOO. The receipts during the last six months
?rera nearly as great as ths whole amount received
la the previous two and a "naif years. About 480,
900 gallons of spirits wort' distilled within the
?mita of San Francisco last year. The total value
at sugar refined in Son Francisco last year is
58,517,000. Twenty-fivo hundred pounds of fleece
wool were sold on Saturday at 13c.
The oldest stove in the United JStates, if not in
tbs world, is that which warms the ball of tho
Capitol of Virginia, in Richmond. It was made in
England and sent to Virginia in 1777, and warmed
tbs house of the BuBorssrs and tho General Ae
.smbly for sixty years beforo it waa removed to its
present location, where it has been upwards of
thirty years. It has survived threo British Kings,
and ha* been cotcmr>cr?neori8 with four monarch
iea, two republics, atnd two imperial governments
af France. The great republic of America has
besj torn by civil war, the breaches partly healed,
md still the old stov? ha- remained unmoved in
?? ?feW of au.
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-Thc DAILY
NEWS publishes the O?cial List of Let?
ters remaining wt the POSIOJJKS at the end
of each reeek, agreeably to thc following
section of the New Posto?cc Law, as thc
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTIO? 6. And bo lt further enacted. That li.ts of lot?
tere remaining uncalled for in any Poetomeo in any city,
town" or Tillage, whore a newspaper ?hall bo pruitco,
Bhall hereafter be publiahc-d once only in the new*paper I
which, being published weekly or oftcnor, shall haTC the
largest circulation within range of delivery of th? Batu
JBS5- Ali communications intended for publication rn
this io'crnal musl be addressed to the Editor of the
Daily News. No. 18 Ilayne-street, aiarlestonb.C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Baity
We caniwi undertake lo return refected communiea
AdzerHsemtmtf outside of die city must be accompa?
nied willi the casli.
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY. 18, 1867.
AUSTRIA INA CRISIS.
France ia rapidly recovering her position, re?
cently lost, of arbiter in the politics of lurape.
There ia great intriguing on feot at this time,
and all thc arts of diplomacy ?re exhausted in |
the rival efforts of Prussia and Austria te suc?
ceed in obtaining the alliance of Franse. On
the one hand, BISMARCK ia endeavoring to pro?
duce a coalition between Russia, France and
Prussia, which, of course, would secure the
latter against all assaults from without, and
leave her free to work out the problem of re?
construction in Germany to her entire satisfac?
tion. On the other hand, however, Austria is
plotting to secure an alliance with France and
Italy, which would soon give a different aspect
to the position of affairs in Europe. The latter
alliance appears the ons preferred by the amy,
press and people of France ; and unless somo
unforeseen contingency arise, it may be eoa
sidereci certain oi auuuiupiisuuivuL.
That Austria needs a strong prop to lean on,
is too well known to require much argument.
Her troubles for year? have been neither few
nor light, even before the wars with Franco
and Italy in 1859, and with Prussia and Italy
in 1866. Defeat in battle, and a large loss of
territory and population, have greatly aggra?
vated the situation. One o' the original and
lasting sources of thoBO troubles is the hete?
rogeneous composition of her subjects. She
has been for centuries attempting to join to?
gether what God and naturas have declared
These difficulties have become still more ap?
parent since the assembling of thc Provincial
Diets, nineteen in number, each of which rep?
resents one of the distinct nationalities of which
the population of Austria is composed, or
several nationalities living together in thc
same province. These deliberating bodies are
indeed not invested with the same legislative
powers which are exercised by our State Legis?
latures ; they simply receive an opening ad?
dress from the Emperor, discuss propositions
referred to them by the imperial government,
and then, in turn, submit to the latter such
wishas as they may entertain and venture to
express. But they serve to indicate the drift
of public opinion.
Of these Provincinl Diets the Hungarian is
the most important and the most interesting, for
the reason that, next- to tne Germans, the Hun?
garians are numerically the .strongest, and by
their wealth, culture, and national spirit, thc
most influential race in the Austrian empire.
In the Hungarian Diet the controlling party is
that of the moderate Liberals, under the leader?
ship of DEAS, one of the first public men in
Europe. That party insists upon the appoint?
ment of a separate ministry and tho establish?
ment of a separate administration for Hungary,
and has expressed that demand in an address
to thc Emperor. Tho next strongest party is
that of the Radicals, who refuse to negotiate
with thc imperial government at all as long as
the national constitution of Hungary, uniting
that country with the Austrian empire only by
a personal union, the Emperor of Austria being
at the same time King of Hungary, is not re?
established. And in case this is not done, the
Radicals think of completely separating Hun?
gary from Austria by revolutionary Keans. At
present the moderate Liberals have the ma?
jority in the Diet, but the Radicals are gaining
ground every day, and it is said that a large
majority of tho Hungarian people are already
on their Bide.
While Hungary thus threatens to become un?
controllable, the representatives ef the Italian '
districts in the Diet of Tyrol boldly advooata
their separation from the Austrian empire and
their annexation to thc Kingdom of Italy. At
the same time the leading men in the Diet of |
the German provinces declare that their sepa?
ration from the great German Confederation,
which is now forming under the leadership of j
Prussia, cannot long be endured. In Bohemia
the Czechs, the most numerous race, pronounce
themselves openly in favor of a separate admin?
istration for that ancient kingdom, while in
Galicia, which is inhabited bj Poles and Ko
thenians, the Poles are jubilant aver tho ap?
pointment bf % Pole, Go LD CREWS ici, to the
governorship, and the Ruthenians, who belong
to the Russian race, fearing to be oppressed bj
the Poles, leek to Russia for help.
Thus we see in every part af ?ha Austrian
empire agencies of disintegration busily at j
work to loosen the ties which bold the incon?
gruous mass together, and to dissolve it int*
its component elements. It is a conglomerate
of centrifugal forces, which can be held together
only by a central power strong enough to strike
down every attempt at revolt, or by the most
enlightened statesmanship' able to create in the
different-nationalities th? desire to stay together
under a common head. "Whether the Austrian
Government, with a bankrupt treasury and an
army beaten, disheartened and discontented,
will be able to ?et and keep on foot sueh an
array of power as so perplexing a problem de?
mands for its solution, may well be doubted.
At the time of the Hungarian revolution in
1849, Austria owed her salvation only to the
timely aid rendered by a Russian army of |
200,000 men. But Russia will not again fill
tho breach. France alon?, of European pswers,
can be looked upon as a probable ally.
A YAKKBE school-marm, writing from Rich?
mond, Va., to the New York Citizen, expresses
her surprise and astonishment at vary many
things she finds in the city of seven hills. She
clearly thinks herself in partibus infidtlibiu.
Being very self-sufficient ?he, of course, dis?
dains to ask for information of those able to
enlighten her. Illumined by an inner light,
these people seem to arrive at a knowledge of
facts from intuition. Mistakes or misstate?
ments innumerable are the ?onsequenoeg. We
have a terrible original homily on the unpar?
donable sin of tobacco chewing. But nothing
can escape the vigilant eye of this censor. The
Virginia belles come in for a share of her
strictures. It seems they do not manage their
"tilters" in the prescribed fashion. She says :
"The streets are paved with brick, with open
sewers, which are a nuisance, and in crossing
which the Richmond ladies give a peculiar
swing to their petticoats that ia enough to up?
set the gravity of the gravest Knickerbocker."
A grave suspicion haunts our mind. This is a
strange-miudetl woman, desirous of forming a
doss in tilterology; to she opens her school by
first tenoning the said Richmond ladies their
ignorance. Let her beware ! This is danger?
ous ground. Let her not rouse the wrath of |
Church and S hock oe Hills, or she may find
herself some fine, frosty morning in tba per?
formance of an involuntary ablution, in the
gr?at intervening golly.
C! ITU AXION WANTED WY TWO WHITE
?5 PERSONS-on-- to wait on children and sew or do
housework-the other to wash andiron. Apply at No.
81 CHURCH STREE.', ono door from Broad.
WANTED, AN ElrEUIK.M KI) MIDDLE
AGED NORSE (colored), to take charge of a baby
4 munt tm old.. Good recommandation* required. Apply
at THIS OFFICE._January 18
ANTED, AN INDUSTRIOUS YOUNO
WA s of steady habits, and who understands th.
grocery business. Good recommendation* roo^ured.
AVPIT ?t the NORTHEAST CORNER OF STATH AND
QUEEN STREETS.__T?_January 18
LADY WHO HAS HA? A CHEAT
deal of experience in the management and instruc?
tion of children is anxious to obtain a situation as GOV?
ERNESS In a, private family, or Teacher of the primary
branches in a Behool; and would be ?lad also to give in?
structions on the Piano and in Vocal Music-or, If such
situations cannot be had. would Uko a place as assistant
or companion for a lady.
Suitable references wilt be given if required.
Any application can bo loft at THIS OFFICE, and will
meet with prompt attention._?_J anua, j IS
ANT SD, A PARTNER.-A GOOD BUSI?
NESS MAN. t oroughly acquainted with th?
wholesolo and planters' trado cf this city, wants a PART
NEK with s cash capital of from tS.OOO to ?10,000, to
join him in a safe a. d profitable business. Apply at U?B
WANTED, AN ELDERLY MAN SER?
VANT, to do tho Housework of a small Family.
References required. Apply at No. 2 BULL STREET,
nex' Coming._._January io
WANTED--AN INDUSTRIOUS UD,i
with tho highest recommendations, good address,
and a knowledge of th. Grocery business, is doslrous of
obtaining employment. Address INDUSTRY, at the I
Office ol the Dall; Now?._January 12
A GENT? WANTED FOR THE LIFE,
ATrjarjXLltS, SPEECHES, Ac. of Hon. ALEXAN?
DER H. .STEPHENS, by Henry Cleveland, Esq., late
editor of i i * AuguBta (Ga.) Constitutionalist Send for
CircuIarsfVa d see our terms at d a full description of tho
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Mah- stree ta, Richmond, Va.
December 27 _ Imo*
TO RENT.-THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE at tho southwest comer of Rutledge and
Wentworth streets, containing 8 square rooms, 2 attic
rooms, 4 basement rooms, with water closet, bath room
and Unen closets, gas fixtures and oil cloth, and healing
furnace throughout the entire house. Possession given
Immediately. Apply at No. 355 King street, to
WILLIAM ?. WHILDEN A CO.
FOR RENT_WILL BE RENTED TO
the highe.t bidder, on tho first Monday in Febru?
ary next, a det-irable House and Lot, pleasantly situated
in the village of Marion. On the premisos a? all ne?
cessary outbuildings, barn, stables, flower garden and a
lance vegetable carden. TormB^caah lu advance. Apply
to G. BERRY,
January 18 3*_ Marion C. H., B. C.
U RENT, THE TWO AND A HALE STORY
BRICE HOUSE northwest comor of Hasel a-d
xau>b x>-, _-.--?_. ........t.cr fnnr square rooms, two
attics, dressing room and pantry, gas throngn men ouse;
attached ls m Double Kitchen of five rooms, a good cis?
tern, all in perfect order. Apply at tho NORTHEAST
CORNER OF QUEEN AND STATE STREETS.
January 18 _3*
TO RENT, THE DELIGHTFUL HOUSE
No. 2 Cannon street Gas, Cistern, A -. Inquire of
UFFERHARDT, CAMPSEN A CO.,
Northeast corner King and Market streets,
january 16 wtm4*
TO RENT.-THE UPPER PART OF THE
BUILDING comer of Broad and State streets,
known as the Bank ortho State, containing twelve square
rooms, willi kitchen and outbuildings in the rear. Tho
property has lately undergone thc rough repair, and is
admirably suited tor a private boarding house
The EASTERN HALF Ot THE FIRST STORY, contain?
ing two rooms, opening on Broad and state streets; a??.
excellent business stand, and sufficiently large tor turee"
euloon. mwfS January 14
? RE KT, A THREE-STORY BRICK.
HOUSE in Wentworth street, botween Smith and
Rutlcdgo streets; contains ten rooms, with gas and
water fixtures complete. Apply ot the office of WILKIN?
SON A GILCHRIST, Attorneys at Law, No. 48 Broad
street. ? fmw January 13
TO REST_HALF OF A STORE IN THL
finest business locality In the city, suitable for a
Gentleman's Furnishing Store, Ac. Address P. O-, Box
No. 403._2_January 17
mo RENT, RESIDENCE No. 1 GREEK.
I TTTT.T. street, containing seven rooms, together with
pan try and all necessary out buildings. Apply at south?
west corner of Smith and Bull streets. T
Janusry 17 2*
TO RENT, A DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE
in Church street, a few doors from the Battery. It
contains eight 18) square rooms, pantry and cistern.
AU outbuildings ia good order. Apply to
January 16 6_8. L. HOWARD A BRO.
TO RENT, THAT PLEASANTLY SITUA?
TED HOUSE, No. 64 Radcliffe street, with a double
Piazza, double Kitckon, Coach House, Gas, and a large
cistern. Possession given ou the 1st of February. Ap?
ply on the premises. 8* January IC
TO RENT, A PART OF A HOUSE IN MON?
TAGUE STREET, with kitchen, carriage house,
Ac, wiUUn a minute's wallt of tho City Railroad. Apply
at thia Olllce._3*_January 16
TO RENT, A FARM IN ST. ANDREWS
Parish, about four miles from tho new bridge.on
Wappoo Cut, approachable by watet. Containa about 80
acree cleared land, suitable Tfot cultivating the unest
prades of Sea Island Cotton, or for farming purposes.
The hands which worked the place last year still upon it.
Apply to J. D. AIKEN A Co.,
January 14 6 Atlantic Wharf.
Ti RENT. TWO NICE SQUARE ROOMS,
and a KITCHEN. Apply at No. 39 HASEL STREET,
near East Bay. January 3
TO RENT.-ONE ROOM IN A GENTEEL
private family. Also KITCHEN and Servants' rooms.
For particulars apply at this O thee. November 27
fTTHE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
_I_ th? public that he ls not concerned with any Com?
mercial Institution for Instruction ol' BOOKKEEPING.
ARITHMETIC OR WRITING, except on bis own ac?
He will REOPEN HIS COMMERCIAL SCHOOL os
soon as arrangements can bs made. S. E. PELOT.
January 18 1*
ON AND AFTER MONDAY THE EXERCISES OF THE
subscribers' School will bo conducted at No. 304
KING STREET, east sido, one door south of Gooree, at
which will be taught Book-keeping, Writing and tho
higher branches of Mathematics and English; including
Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Ac, Political Economy,
Rhetoric Logic, Ac, Ac <
Terms moderate. Apply os above.
DOTY A SHERFESEE,
January 7 mwfinjo
MASONIC FEMALE COLLEGE,
COKESBTTRY, 8. C.
THE EXERCISES IN THIS COLLEGE WTLL BE
resumed the Firtt Mondan in February. An officient
and full corps of Teachers will be employed, under the
direction of Professer EISEN BIETER cs President of the
Tho low rates of Tuition, the location of tho College,
together with the many advantages for securing a sys?
tematic and thorough Education, offer Inducements in?
ferior to no Institution in the South.
Good Board can be obtained at from twelve to fifteen
donors per month. For further information, address
F. F. GARY,
Secretary of the Board nf Trustees
January 12 e
NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT
CORXER BROAD AND CtiVRCB STREETS.
BOOKKEEPING, WRITING, MERCANTILE CALCU?
FROM 7 TO 9 EVERY NIOBT.
January ll imo
HAVING RETURNED TO THE CITY, OFFERS HER
services ss Teacher of the Piano and Vocal Haste
Apply at No. 81 WENTWORTH STREET.
WANTED, BOARDING IN A PRIVATE
Family, for a Gentleman and Lady, about ton min?
utes walk from the Post?nico. Inquire at No. 90 HABEL
STREET, up stairs. "LITHOGRAPHER."
January 18 1?
PRIVATE BOARD. WITH OR WITHOUT ROOMS. AT
No. 369 KING STREET, near George.
BOARDING.-MRS. H. KAMLAI1 IS PRE?
PARED to receive Boarders, at No. 146 Meeting
street, up stairs. Her many friends and acquaintances
will please bear this in mind._ December IS
MULES FOR SALE_GOOD BROKE
iJJ_ MULES always on hand and for sale, at H0CKA
DAY'S STABLES, corner King and Spring streets.
January 17_ 6 thstu4*
FOR SALE OR RENT, RAMSAY GROVE
PLANTATION, on Black River, seven miles from
Georgetown, consisting of 176 acres of the best and safest
rice lands, with ample uplands cleared and wooded. This
place present? unusual attractions. The banka, trunk,
Ac, are all in good order; also. Dwelling House, stables,
barns and negro houses. The former slaves all remain
upon the place, and any ono purchasing or renting con
make immediate arrangements for the labor required.
For farther particular? apply to
WM. GREME, Georgetown,
Or PTNOKNKY BROTHERS,
January 18_S North Atlantic Wharf.
T?R SALE.-A THOROUGH BRED MARE.
X . Apply st southwest corner of State and Chalmers
TjWK SALB, TWENTY LARGE, FAT,
JL1 4 and 5-year old broke MULES; and THIRTY 3
f^i* Yearold. For salo st Mills House Stoble. Apply
to B. W. CARTON._ January 14
F>R SALE--A SUPERIOR TOP BUGGY
and a set of BUGGY HARNESS, can be bought
reasonably by applying to WM. T. ELFET^
Dumber 19_No. 90 Anson-streat
I|WR ALE, A SCHOLARS - IP IN A PIULA -
7 PKT .PHI A. University of Medicine and Surgery.
This Scholarship entities students to rall Instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surge?}, Physiology, Materia Medics,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren, Prin.iples and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of the first Medical Universities of
the country, a favorable opportunity ia offered those
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply st this
O So?._ Dooember 16
AT PRIVATE SALK-A FINE VARAL IN
GOOSE CREEK PARISH, containing ?2 acres of
land, 34 or which are sloarod and under fence; the bal?
ance well wooded. This place is alma tod 16 miles from
Charleston, on the State Road, and within a quarter of a
.nUe of the Northeastern Railroad. There is a lino or?
chard on the place.
Foi Information apply to
_ . Dr. H. TtAim
Decemb*rU No. 131 Meeting ttrcat
side, ^tw^ Meeting ?d Churco^^**11' nortn
De^?t? usual T ????rfntend th. Tailoring
?wi*ryM A.?. WIK? Ag?*.
ZGRuBBABEIi CIUPTRR, NO. ML U.A.M.
rrUBE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS CHAF
I TER wlU bo held TA? Evening. at 7 o'clock.
By order M. E. H. P. N. E. MI KELL,
January 18 . 1 Secretary.
PHtEMX FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
APPEAR AT YOUR ENGINE HOUSE THIS AFTER?
NOON. In foll uniform, at half-paat 2 o'clock, fur
Anniversary Pa rad" Also attend the Aanivorarry Meet?
ing at Market Hall, at 7 o'clock P. H.
By o'der. k HASELL.
January 18 1 Secretary.
LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.
AMEETING OF THE LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSO
CIATION will bo held at the Masonic Hall. This
Day. 18th Inst, at half-past Ton o'clock. Mombors aro
requested to bo punctual in attendance, as business of
great importance will bo submitted.
By order of the Prosidont. a_January 18
AMEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS CF THIS
COMPANY will be hold in Charleatou the thirtieth
instant, at Da. CHIBOLM'S Office. Hasel st tree t. st 7
o'clock P. M. E. L KERRISON.
Secretary and Treasurer Kalmia Mills.
BIHL10 SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THIS SOCIETY WELL
be held on Monday, January 21st, at 4 P. M., in the
President's Room, Charleston College. The-Anuual B '.
port of the Society will be presented. All Honorary, Life
and Annual members are requested to attend.
By order of tho President. W.N.HUGHES,
january 18 3 Recording Secretary pro tem.
CHARLESTON FLOATING DRY DOCK
AND MARINE RAILWAY COMPANY.
rriHE ANNUAL MEEI INO OF STOCKHOLDERS
JL will be held on Tuesday, the 22d instant, at 13
o'olock. Noon, at the Office of William B. Heriot & Co.,
Nr. 9 Broad street, whon a statement of tho affairs of tho
Company wiU be presented, and other businosa transact?
ed. WILLIAM B. HERIOT.
January 17 6 Pr?sident.
rf_E COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING UNDER THE
JL style and fina of WILLIAMS k COVERT is this
day dissolved bysfcurn-- -ojsont. Mr. D. R. WILLIAMS
ls alone auth-rlzed U, . the name of thadfen In liqui?
dation. D. R. WiL&AMS.
HENRY C. COVERT.
Charleston, 16th January, 1867.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAYE THIS DAY
formod a Copartnership in this city, under the
name of D. R. WILLIAMS A CO., for tho transaction of
the Wholesale Hat, Csp, Straw and Millinery Goods, at
the old stand. No. 122 Meeting street, corner Pinckney.
D. R- WILLIAMS,
i R. FLEMMING,
W. F. BAKER.
Charleston, 18th January, I860
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
fTTHE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING IN THB3 CITY
JL under the nama ot SALAS fe CO. ls this day dis?
solved by its limitation. Mr. F. P. SALAS wiU ?se the
name of the firm o_Iv in liquidation. SALAS k CO.
Charleston. Slat December, 1806.
January A 16
TTTTE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE THIS DAY
II formed a copartnership in thia city under the
name and stylo of BONAFONT A SALAS, for tho trans?
action of a General and Commission business, as well as
for tho .mporting and exporting of produce, at No. 118
Bast Bay street, and have granted to Mr. RAMON SALAS
our full power of Attorney.
FRANCIS P. SALAS.
Charleston, 1st January, 1867. 16 January 1
: F. OPDESECK.Proprietor.
rr_ns HOTEL IS HOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
JL PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
throughout. The travelling public, transient vim tors, or
o tilers, will and in it all tho luxuries of a FIR3T-CLAS>
ESTABLISHMENT, combinad with tho comforts el
The location is ons of the most airy and pleasant for
smr.mar. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this health?
ful oxorciao is attached. No paint or expense spared to
give enbra satisfaction. F. OPDEBECK.
GEO. J. MELS, LACY & CO.,
Thirteenth and Chesnnt Streets.
Wa have a suit of
And Furnished Complete ss
PARLORS AND CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can see how a suit of Furniture will appear
tn their house, sad can from these rooms make a better
selection than they can from furniture promlscueualy
T-iOed in I ?ge w?remoma. 'Aros November 26
New York Prize Association,
Sb. 599 BROADWAY, S. T.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, ME LOBEONS, SEWING
MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, SIIiVEB
WABE, FINE GOLD AND
li/ILL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS : THE
VT name and raino of each article of our gooel* are
marked on tickets, placed in sealed envelopes, and well
mixed. On receipt of 25 cents, an envelope 'containing
such ticket will be drawn without choice, and delivered
st our office, or sent by mail to any address. The pur?
chaser after seeing what article it draws and its value
which may be from one to five hundred dollars-can
then, on payment of one dollar, receive the article
named, or may exchange it for any other article marked
on our circular at the same value. Every ticket draws an
article worth one dollar or more. No m_nts.
Our patrons can depend on fair, honorable dealing
The article drawn will be delivered at our office, regard?
less of its value, or promptly sent as directe-, by return
mail, or express.
Letters Oom many persons acknowledging tho receipt
of valuable gifts from us, may be seen on file at our of?
fice, among whom we ara permitted to refer to:
John S. Holcomb, Lambertvilla, N. J., gold watch, value
$250; Mrs. S. Bennett, No. 252 Cumberland street, Brook?
lyn, sewflaWtacnlne, S80 ; Edwin Hoyt, Stamford, Conn.,
gold lever watch, value 8200; Hon. B. H. Briggs, Wash?
ington, D. C., diamond pin, $175; J. C. Sutherland, No.
loo Lexington avenue, piano, $350; Mrs. M. Jackson, No.
203 Nineteenth street, N. Y., sewing machine, ,90; Jos.
Camp. Elmira, N. Y., melodeon, $150; Miss L. Collins,
Atlanta, Ga., diamond cluster ring. 8225; Dr. Henry
Smith, Worcester, Mass., sewing machine. $85; H. Shaw,
No. 13316th street, N. Y.. gold watch. ?150; Edw. Boyn?
ton, NssaviUe, Tenn., melodeon, 8100; James Bussell.
Montgomery, Ala., gold hunting watch, $250; B. T.
Smith, Providence, R. L, silver lever watch, 860; Oscar
Purdy, Madison. N. J., music box, ?45; Hon. R- 8. New?
ell, St Paul's, Minn., gold watch, $186; J. E. Sperry,
litchfield, Coen., silver watch, $65; Wm. B. Peck, Har?
lem, His., music box, $75; Wm. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
silver tea set, $135; Miss E. M. Schanck, Detroit, Mich .
diamond ear ringa, $235; Pierre Boondin, St. Charles
Hotel, New Orleans, diamond ring. $170; Mrs. Martha
Barnes, St. Louis, Mo., melodeon, value $125.
LIST OF ARTICLES
TO BE SOLD FOE ONE DOLLAR EACH,
And not to be paid for until yon know what you lave
25 Rosewood Pianos, worth....'.$25CT? to SCO 09
30 Melodeon*, Rosewood Cases. 100 0<> to 225 00
200 Music Boxes, 2 to 32 tunes. 15 00 to 160 00
100 Sewing Machines. 60 00 to 125 00
1,000 Silver Tea Sets. 26 00 to 160 00
200 Silver Revolving Patent Castors.. 15 09 to 40 00
100 Silver Fruit Cake Baskets. 15 00 to 35 00
1,000 Sets Silver Tea and Tablespoons.. 16 00 to 45 00
100 Gold Hunting Case Watch*.. 100 00 to 260 00
100 Diamond Bings, Cluster, kc. 60 00 to 200 00
200 Gold Watches. 60 00 to 100 00
880 La dios* Gold Watches. 60 00 to 86 00
1,000 Silver Watches. 23 00 to 60 00
3,000 Vost Chaina. 6 03 to 25 GO
2,000 pairs Ear Binga (new styles). 150to 7 00
2,000 Necklaces. 300to 700
2,500 Gold Pencils. 3 00 to 800
3,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches.... 6 00 to 19 00
3,000 Lava and Florentine Brooches_ 400 to 6 00
1,500 MasontoPins. 400 tc 900
1,500 Gold Watch Keys (new pattern)... 4 60 to 7 60
2^00 Sets of Bosom Studs . '.. 1 60 to 600
2,500 Enamelled Sleeve Buttons...._ 2 60 to 10 00
6,000 Plain Gold and Chased Rings._ 4 60 to 10 00
5,000 Stone Set an? Seal Rings.. 2 60 to IP 00
5,000 Miniature Lockets, all ?izes.? 2 50 to 700
10,000 Sets of Ladies' Jewelry. ?ante, "noe
4,000 Watch Charms (each). 3 00 to ? M
5,000 Gold Pens, 3HT WC Cases & Pencils. 4 60 to 7 00
6,060 ^Gent's Bresstand Scarf Pins. 8 00 to 20 00
2,000 Ladies' new style Belt Buckles_ 4 00 to 8 00
2,000 Ch?telains and Guard Chains. 7 60 to 2000
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 8 00 to 16 00
6,000 Sets Ladies'Brooch and Ear Drops 6 00 to 1200
2,000 Gold Croases. 160 to 6 08
6,000 Oval Band Bracelets. ? 00 to 2000
2,000 Heavy Gold Chain Bracelets. 25 00 to 40 CO
2.000 Ball Esr Drops, all colors. 1,00to 700
2,000 new style Jet and Gold Ear Drops, soo to 700
2.000 Gold Pans, Gold Mt'd Ebony Hold. 4 00 io 700
Lady's Sett, now stylos. Cut Crystsl.Hl Jet. Hani Bob?
ber, Ac. kc.
Orr A chance to obtain any of tho above articles for
One Dollar by purchasing a sealed envelope for 23 cents.
Entire rattantctlon guaranteed to ill.
43- 6 tickets for One Dollar, 13 sot Two Dollars, SS for
Et ve Dollars. Great inducements to Agents.
Letters should be addressed
J. H. BAY & CO.,
BOX No. 6180, NSW YORK,
au . . Smew
GREGG'S EXCELSIOR BRICK PRESS.
rriS POWERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL LABOR-SAV?
ING Machine will mould 85,000 bricks per day. It
receive, the clay in its natural state, tampers it in work?
ing, and makes the finest PRESSED BRICK, as well sa
the lowor gradea; all of equal shs?, and of a quality un
rerpaasod in beauty and, durability. It ?U also note
rapo .-tor FIRE BRICK
xho value of the Machin* may be ascertained from tho
targe profita made by those now running.
For Rights and Machines address
EXCELSIOR BRICK PRESS COMPANY.
Office No, 221 Chestnut street,
January 1$ Uso Ppfladslpkla, Pa.
febciti? 5'ct?iAenma.cn, Slltcr??!Pcrfc-ra.unflcn, ct., in
einer ter beften Slitflaltett Ki ?aufce i.rcr flniderberter,?
trcliic auf flegcnfcitio.cn Jiubcn bcgrllncet lit,
betorgt ni cen maCigftcn Pr?mien.
Cr.imimrenccr Strjt, S?m. Uffcrbarrt,
?ir. IS. .Setlcri. <Sdc ffiitg nub iliartetftrafje.
THE ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVER?
POOL, Capital Two Millions Sterling (?'.!,OOU.W"?.
ha Ting resumed business in this place, is prepared to
take FIRE RISKS at moderato rates. AU losses will bo
liberally adjusted sud promptly Bottled here.
J. F. BLACKLOCK. Agent.
January ll Anvil Accommodation Wharf.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL..$10,000,000 IN GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. ll? ADDER'S SOUTH WHARF.
TO ESTABLISH THE OFFICE OP TEACTTV.R OF THE "OER
MAX USO?iOE," XS TBE HIGH SCHOOX, OF CH.UtI.ES
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in City Coun?
cil assembled. That there sholl bo attac hed to the High
School of Charleston a Teacher of tho German language,
who shall be elected, and whoso duties shall be proscrib?
ed by th. Board ot Supervisors. And the said Teacher
shall receive, as a compensation for his somces, a salary
at the rate ot ono thousand dollars per annum, payable
?"Ratified in City Council this fifteenth day of January,
A D. ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven.
fi? a.] By the Mayor.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. January 18
CITY TAX BILL.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
January 16, 1867. J
COPIES OF THE CITY TAX BILL FOR THE YEAR
1867 can bc obtained at this office or at thc storo of
Alderman COURTENAY, Broad stroet
W. H. SMITH.
January 16 Imo Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, 1
Cm HALL, January 1, 1867. j
"VTOTiCK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS OFFICE IS
J^i now open, and will remain open every day from
the hours of 9 A. M. to 3 P. IL (Sundays excepted), until
the flrst day of February noxt, for tha receipt of Tax Re?
turns on Real Estate
All Males, White ono Colored, over the age of twenty
one years, are required to return themselves for Capita?
AU defaulters wiU bs dealt with as tho Ordinance di
reels. D. C. GIBSON, City Assessor.
AN ORDINANCE TO RAISE SUPPLIES POR
THE TEAR 1867.
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE TO RAISE SUP
LIES for the year 1867, was ratified at a meeting ol
Council, held Friday evening, 23th Inst, and tokos effect
from 1st January, 1867:
TO BAISE BtrrPLIES TOU THE TEAS O STE THOUSAND EIGHT
BCSD1IED AMD 8IXTT-SKVEH. AMD FOB OTHEU PUBI-OSES.
SSCTXOM 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen
in City Council assembled. That a tax for tho sums, and ir
the manner hereinafter mentioned, shall be raised and
paid into the Treasury of the city tor tho usc and service
thereof, that is to say: Two dollars on every hundred
doUars of tho value of ovory house, building, lot, wharf
or other landed estate, including every hulloing and im?
provement on lands under a lease for a term of five 01
more years, from a religions, charitable or literary >;oci
ety, or under any building lease, payable on or befan
the 29th day of Juno next, provided that all persons who
shall pay the amounts of taxes dne 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 ahull pay
the amount of taxes due by thom alter the 1st of Febru?
ary, and on or before tho Suth day of March, shall bo al?
lowed two and a half per cent, discount on same.
Seventy-fivo cents on every hundred dollars of all sales
of goods, wares and merchandise on personal account or
on account of others, payaole monthly. *
Two dollars on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of all strcot railroads, payable monthly.
Five dollars on every hundred dollar? of the gross re?
ceipts of all Express Companies, payable monthly.
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of all sales
at auction, payable monthly.
Throe dollars per month on every coach or four wheel
carriage drawn by two h. .rues or mulei (exclusive of thc
horses or mules), payable monthly.
Two doUars per month on every coach or four wheel
carriage drawn by one horse or mule (exclusivo of thu
horse or mule), payable monthly.
One dollar and fifty cents per month on cvory two
wheel carriage, chair, sulkey. Atc. (exclusive of the horse
or mule), payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of gross in?
come, and ull gross profits derived from the pursuit of
any faculty, profession, occupation or employment, or
from tue exercise or any othce, whether lu thc profes?
sion of tho law, the profits derived from the costs ol
suits, counsel fees, or other sources of professional in?
come, income from tho practice of dentistry, atc, paya?
Fifty couts on every hundred doUars of the value ot
any bond, mortgage, judgment, decree, or other securi?
ty, whether said bond, Ac, be located, and whether thc
interest be poid here or elsewhere, payable at tho same
times, and under the same conditions as the taxes on
Three doll ATS on every hundred doUars cf aU dividends
received from stocke not exempted from taxation, pay?
Three dollars on every hundred doUars of all annuities
and otner income or incomes, recolved from what source
soever, which arc not exempted from taxation by law or
otherwise herein taxed, payable monthly.
Two doUars on every dog kept within tho city, payable
n or before thc 29th day of June next.
Three dollars on every hundred doUars of gross re?
ceipts of ail commercial agencies, payable monthly.
Three dollars on overy hundred doUars ot aU commis
f atoas received by factors, commission merchants bank?
ers, brokera, dealers in foreign 'and domestic exchange,
vendue masters, or other persons vending or buying
goods, wares, merchandise, produce, and real and per?
sonal property on commission, payable monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred doUars of aU gross pre?
miums received for or by any Insurance Company lo?
cated ta this city, whcthor_ incorporated or not, or by
agencies for individuals or companies, whether lncorpo
ated or not, payable monthly.
Three doUars on every hundred doUars of gross re?
ceipts of all Gas Companies and other manufacturing
companies located in this city, payablo monthly.
One dollar per month on every horse and mule used
or kept within the city, excepting horses or mules used
in any licensed carnage, cart, dray, or other vehicle,
payable mo- tidy.
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 the said amount of two
doUars and fifty cents.
Two dollars capitation tax on all males over twenty
one years of age, payable on or before tho 29lh day of
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on all Huck?
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on aU Barber
Ona dollar on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of Hotels and public v^Hng and Boarding Houses,
One dollar on every hundred dollars of all receipts of
Livery Stable Keepers, payable monthly.
Two doUars on every hundred doUars of tho gross re?
ceipts 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 doUars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold ta tho city by persons not residents, by sample or
One dollar on every hundred donara of sales of oil
horses and mulos brought to the dry, payablo monthly.
One dollar on every hundred doUars of the gross re?
ceipts of Magnetic Telegraph Companies, payable
SEC. 2. Any person or persons or corporations erfuhrt
to pay tha taxes ta the manner and ot the times herein?
before prescribed, may be double taxed at the option of
Council. And it shall be the duty of the City Treasurer
to forthwith issue executions against the gooda, chattels
and other property of said persona or corporations, and
lodge tho asid executions with the City Sheriff, who shall
immediately proceed for the collection ef the same, in
the manner provided by Ordinance for the enforcement
of the executions.
SEC 3. That aU Ordinances and porta of Ordinances
repugnant hereto be and the same are hereby repealed.
Ratified ta City Council this twenty-eighth day Decem
[L. a.] ber, A D. one thousand eight hundred and sixty
six. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMTH. Clerk of Council. December 31
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY. 1
January 3, 1867. J
TJTJBLT.C NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
A the foUowtng Ordiu-nco Ucenses hav??con prepared
for delivery from this Office. - s. THOMAS,
SEC. L Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled. That from .and after the first day
of January, Ucenses shall be taken out for all carts, drays
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes. In
the same manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let or
driven for hire, except giving bonds. And each such
cort, dray or wagon, shan bo provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the shaft.
Ssc. 2. No person shall be token by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carla, drays, wagons and other carriages, un?
less he or she be s f-eeholdar.
Ssc. 3. The follow'ng shan hereafter be the rates for
Ucenses for public sud private carts, drays, wagons, Ac,
in chiding the horses or mules used thereof, which shall
be tr w xrom other taxation:
PUBLIC OUtTS, DBATS, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED IN ANT
BuanxEBB WHtxzvxB, ros HXBE DIRECT OS nen rater.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
For ever; cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
. For ev ay hack and carriage with two wheels, $30.
For tr. sry hark and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For avery stage or omnibus (except tine omnibus),
w< tl. two horses, *60.
For every stage or omnibus (except Une omnibus),
drawn by four horses, SCO.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mulos,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horses
or mules, $60.
BREAD OASTS AND PRIVATE OASTS, HEATS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $6.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed in the trans?
porttag of gooda, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
oiber commodity, for compensation, either directly or
Indirectly for the some, shall pay for a Ucarno tho sum of
$6, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this 16th day of January,
lu a.] ta the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD. Mayor.
By the Mayor. ~_
January^ . W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Councfl.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
Cm HALL, November 0,18?C f
A LL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN T SE
1\_ Burnt Districts sod Waste Places of tile City, un?
ter "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
10 the City Council of Charleston to proceed In tho mau
sr of a Etre Loan, with a view to aid ta building up the
aty anew," are hereby notified that the form of appli?
cation for loans con be obtained st the office sf the Clerk
rf Council, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M
AU applies tiona must be filed ta the above mentioned
iffloe, as the Committeo wul meet every Monday to con
ider the tame. -
By order of the Mayor.. W. ff. SMITH,
November lo Clerk of CtoocdL
BREWSTER & SPKATTi
attorneys at Law & Solicitors In Equity
OFFICE No. Ott BROAD STREET.
GOLD ! GOLD ! ! GOLD : ? !
WA NT F.I).
G< OLD. SILVER, BANK BILLS
r UNITED STATES COMPOUND INTERES!
UNITED STATES 7-30 BONDS
STOCKS, BONDS. nf all kind?, purchased at hittites!
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker. No. 8 lltmil street.
December 5 I mw 2mos_
FOR Oi.F. YKAR.-AN EXPERIENCED SEA ISLAND
Cotton Planter want? to borrow HUH ?um to plant a
t?ratelas? Plantation, worth at leant tUO.OOO: which ho
will mortgage te secure the Rame; or plant on ?bares.
For furt>:?i (articular? apply to
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Brokers. No. 27 Broad street.
ESTABLISHED IN 1849
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE
MEN'S FURNISHING HOUSE,
IS NOW FAIRLY AND FULLY UNDER WAY AGAIN,
and is now in evtry way prepared, as heretofore, to
supply his former customers and tito public generally,
with the CELEBRATED SHIRT for which this HOUHO
has an established reputation throughout tho Confede?
racy, and which can bo made to order, from measure,
with promptness, punctuality and precision, and can
supplied from tho nhelvoH. of all sizes.
Tho SHIRTS tnrnished Irom this cHtabliubment stand
unrivalled for PRECISION OF CUT, QUALITY OF MA?
TERIAL, and faithful workmanship.
UNDER-DRESS OF EVERY KIND.
HOSIERY. IN COTTON. WOOL, SILK, Ac.
POCKET HANi. KERCHIEFS, ready hemmed.
And every other FANCY ARTICLE pertaining to a
R. M. WELCH,
N. W. CORNER MEETING AND MABKET-STS.,
January 17 CHAXLESTOX, S. C.
A. S. HULL, Ag't,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. "0 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SIDE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
vtiero he will be glad to KOO his old friends and custo -
.rs, and had in store, a full assortment of CLOTHS
COATING. CASSIMERES and VESTINGS of every val
nety, which he will make up to order at as low prices as
! any similar establishment.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN' WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly with C. D. Carr fc Co.),
will superintend the Tailoring Department as UBUal, and
will give his especial attention to Cutting Garments, and
I Making and Trimming.
TO MY FRIENDS IN GENERAL.
ALL IN WANT OF GOOD FITTING GARMENTS
. will And it to their interest to call at No. 35 BROA JJ
81REET, where they will bo fitted better and get cheaper
goods than at any other eRtahlishmcnt in this city.
In connection with the above. Mr. J. T. KENNEDY
wiR bo happy to wait on his old friends and customers, at
No. 35 BROAD STREET.
SS- Call and see those $35 FROCK COATS.
35 BROAD STREET
AND EXAMINE A FINE LOT OF
SUITS OF WHICH WILL BE MADE TO ORDER AT
November 27_MERCHANT TAILOR.
WHOLESALE AND BETAU, DEjtLEB HC
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
GESTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
July 23 6mos . CHARLESTON, 8. C.
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 103 EAST BAY STREET,
December 21 3mo Under the American Hotel.
. SAILORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILD, No. 108 East Bay.
December 21_ ??0
CIRHiRT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALEI
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, N?& 55, 57, 5?
and 01, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHABT.
W. H. WHITFORD.
^ . "_ J. B. VAN WAGENEN
December 10 Gmo A T. HAMILTON.
HEADQUARTERS, ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER,
ANS ABANDONED LANDS,
- South Carolina,
CHABLESTON, S. C., December 17,1866.
[fJENEBAI. ORDERS, NO. 25.]
I. General Orders, No. 23. c e., is amended and re?
issued, as follows:
-*~ MCLT COAWPOKD. V. R. C., is hereby ap?
pointed "Officer in charge ol the Claim Division of the
Bureau of Befugeos, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
for tho State of South Carolina."
AU communication? concerning toe collection of back
pay. bounties, pensions, ic., will be addressed olrocUy
*? "?' .5? 9"1?1- persons in this State are authorized
agents of this Bureau for the collection of su^UutnsT
..B^^ajfstructionswffl be forwarded by hinT to
thnASf?? A*ftotant Ctomniisslonersofttte 8uS,?ho
w?lj^or? cdaimants the necessary aid inproperly foi
through Major Crawford. By order of b
Bvt. Maj. Gen. B. K. SCOTT,
. EDW. E. DEANE, AiUdStaat Commissioner.
_Bvt. Major and A. A. A. Gen'L
OFFICE FOB COLLLECTION OF ADDITIONAL)
BOUNTY AND BACK PAY, } .
a. -, . _ CHARLESTON. S. C., December 27,1856. )
Bvt M*J. EDWABD L. DEANE, A A. A. Gon'L
Attention is called to the fact that this office ls the
St j?i?horl2od medium for the collection of claims
?ssinst the Government through Government eh?nm>i?
All necessary 1 lank? and instructions will lie furnished
to/ (noora on duty in this State on application to thia
omeo. A. McL. CRAWFORD,
Bvt. Major Ii. 8. V., Officer In .Thargo.
A3r Columbia South Carolinian copy and send bill to
this office, lsao January I
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
VERY SUPERIOR NEW CROP
( l ltA MOLASSES.
I ?j* ' MOLAssi-:s, in?t reeclv. d tier liri? Jim. Plcrco,
from Matanzas. Fur salo low fruin tho wharf.
January lu 1 J. A. KNSLOW A CO.
COAL! COAL! COAL !
I fT / \ TONS RED ASH COAL. E<?? ; IZE. FOR
150 ton? Rod Ash Coal, ?tove ??zr. fur Range?
Now landing from Hie Brl?: J. A. Devereux, from
Philadelphia, and for salo hy
H. F. BAKER 4: CO..
January 18 3 No. 20 Cumberland streut.
|)(])(^)(^) BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, IN
1000 bushels Southern Yellow Corn, in bags
Cargo of schooner "Eliza Franoes." For ??lo by
January 18 -1 T. J. KERR & CO.
OAfl BARRELS PINK-EYE AND WESTERN RED
For ?alu by WM. GURNEY,
January 18_3_No. 102 Eaat Bay.
1 AA BBLS- WESTERN RED POTATOES FOR
X\J\J plantlug, on consignment, for ?ale bv
KINSMAN ti. HOWELL,
January 18 _No. 1M Kant Bay.
CORN! CORN! AFLOAT !
?tAAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN. PER
VvUv schooner 1). B. Strieker and J. E. Daly
MAY t ll AV!
2000 BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY.
For salo by JNO. CAMPS EN it CO.,
No. lt Market street, oppoelto State street.
January 17 ;I
OAAA BUSHELS WHITE CORN. LANDING PER
*J\J\J\J Sehr. "John E. Dally," at Union Wharf.
January 17 _ WEST At JONES.
1 AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
X.\J\J\J CORN, inaae.ks. Just lauding and for sale
from wharf, at low rates, by
ISAAC E. HERTZ ic CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumberland street.
January 17 n
TOBACCO ! TOBACCO !
QiT BOXES MANUFACTURED TOBACCO-'"VARI
OO OUS GRADES," Ordinary to Choioe. On consign?
ment and will bo sold low. G. FOLLIN,
January_l7_2_No. 131 MoeUng street.
DURHAM'S SMOKING TOBACCO.
ITAAA LBS. MOORE'S CELEBRATED "D?R
t)UUU HAM'S" SMOKING TOBACCO,
i Tho abovo rocelvod direct from tho manufacturer, and
warranted genuine At thc AGENCY, Ao. 131 Meeting
street. G. rfiT.T.TK
January 17 a
O A A BOXES FIRST QUALITY CHARCOAL ROOF
?i\JVJ INO PLATES
Just received from Liverpool. For sale by
T. TUPPER Ai SONS,
January 17 S Brown's Wharf.
70 OOO N0ETHER?I PLASTERING LATHS.
A general assortment of LUMBER. For sale by
January 1G_0*_J. N. WOOD, Agent.
BBLS. NO. 1 FLORIDA SYRUP.
WILLIS A CHISOLM.
1 A AA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MARYLAND
lUUu CORN. WILLIS A CHISOLM.
T7K)R SALE. 100,000 BUSHELS OF REFUSE LIME,
Jj thoroughly impregnated ammonia, an excellent
manure. Apply at the OAS OFFICE, Church arrest.
SEA ISLAND COTTON SEED.
1 AA BU8H. BECKETT'S SELECTION OF OWENS"
1UU SEED, for sale.
Apply to MOFFETT A BOYLE,
January 1G wfm3 Boyce At Co's Wharf.
ORK AT REVOLUTION
Wine Trade of the United States!
Pure California Champagne,
MADE AND PREP ABED AS IF DONE IN FRANCE,
from pura California Wine, and taking tho place
of Imported Champagne.
Tho undersigned would call tho attention of Wine Dcal
I era and Hotel Keepers to the following letter, which may
give a correct idea of the quality of their Wins:
"Courra ENTA i. Horan, I
"PHIUDBI,pirti. October 25,1866. (
"MsasB?. Boucflfcit k Co.
' "(iENTLEHEN : Having given your California Champagne
a thorough test, wo take pleasure in saying that we think
it the best American Wine we have over used. Wa shall
at once place it on our bill of fare.
"Yours truly, J. E. KINGSLEY A CO."
CALL and TRY our California Champagne.
BOUCHE tl & CO.,
Novemberll wfm3mo No. 36 DEY STREET. N. Y.
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED - EXTRACT
BY l?/ of a letter from a
at Madras, to his
TO BE Ttu: O:TLT <j?!jPfrfi!V Br*ther at
Good Sauce psS^issi
l^rSf! "Tell LEA A PER
AST? APPLICABLE R^S?gE. BINS that their SAUCE
Juv??.;." is highly esteemed in In
ro r^sSSS- dis, and is, in my opinion.
_rV^?5*?fv';' the moat palatable, as
EVERY VARIETY HB&^gr well aa the moat whole
HBMMT somo SAUCE that is
OF DISH. *3ras?/B??de."
The success of this most delicious sad unrivalled con?
diment having caused many unprincipled dealers to
apply the name to Spunous Compounds, the PUBLIC ls
respectfully snd earnestly requested to see that the name
of LEA k Panania ara upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE,
LEA Si PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YORK. A.Ca-ICN'TS.
October 19 fmwlyr
WNlTsTCORWIN & CO.,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c,
NO. 359 KING STREET,
* OPPOSITE BASEL,
(BRANCH OF No. 900 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.)
ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THIS ESTABLISH?
MENT are of the first quality. We sell ao goods
but what we can ?command and warrant to be PURE
Gooda delivered to all parts of the city, free of charge,
S. W. COR. QTJKBSl AND EAST BAT STS.
ET. TUBCK INFOBMS HIS FRIENDS AND THE
s public generally that he has opened at tho above
place, and win be pleased to furnish them with the best
that the market affords, at moderate prices.
January 9 Into
nrVHE FINEST LIQUORS. ALES AND SEGARS, AL
X WAYS ON HAND; NEW YORK AND MILL POND
H. H. BADENH0P & CO.,
No? 138 IMeetixj tr-Street.
November 19_CHARLESTON, S. O
IRE SOUTHERN EXCHANGE !
THE FINEST OYSTERS
OF THE SEASON) .
FHE BEST LIQUORS IN TOWN !
TBE GREAT POPULAR RESORT.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE SOUTHERN EX
3HANGE, No. 125 MEETING-STREET, respectfully in?
oras the public that the
OLD POPULAR PLACE
s atm open. The FINEST OYSTERS TO BB HAD ha
flers by the barrel, bushel, gallon or quart; siso, on the
alf sheH st the counter, ot stowed, routed. Mad, or in
ny other way desired.
- FINE BRANDIES,
No. 1 SEGARS.
THOMAS FLINN, Proprietor.