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?MULM MM SEWS,
G: B. CATHCAltT, Burros.
8ATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,
Nc 18 MAYNE STREET.
DAH.Y- I'yW iTEMOWrHS.
MILT-1 BREE MONTHS.
BINOLE O (FIES.
TO KBV79 DEALMM.
Minnesota exported last yoar 9,109,711 bushels
of wheat and flour.
In Baltimoro last year there were ono hundred
anil fifty-nine fires, involving a loss of $200,00?.
Tho English Catholics have lately sent $40,000 to
Since the abolition of slavery the assessed valua?
tion of property in Missouri has increased $05,
A. St. Louis journal counts up 1369 houses built
In that city during th? year 1886 at a total cost of
The round trip from the United States to the
Paris Exhibition on tho Great Eastern, noxt sum?
mer, will cost from $130 to $150 in gold.
The Le ?islature*of Virginia has refused to re?
peal the Usury Laws. Tho Whig deplores this ac?
tion, ai<d oak"? what will become of poor old Vir?
ginia. ; ..
Col. BuHTO?f N. HAMUSON, formerly Private
Scoretary to President DAVIS, has coaimonced the
practice of law, at No. ll Pine street, Now York
"Weak doses of washboard are now recommended
to ladies who complain of dyspepsia. Young men
troubled in tho same way may bo cured by a strong
preparation of wood saw.
The President's house has recently lwc-a re?
painted, refitted, and improved. Some of the
newspapers give elaborate accounts of tho now
carpets, new curta.na, new papering, &c.
Accounts from all quarters of the country, from
Maine to Florida, and from the Atlantic to the Pa?
v?a?, apeoK or tao seventy ol Ene weather, of ice
and snow, and of impediments to travel and navi?
gation, on the rivers and railroads.
The export of productions of Canada from To?
ronto last year amounted to $37,280,858, being
nearly $2,000,000 more than in 1865. The export
Of productions not of Canada waa $1,312,182, being
considerably lees than the previous yoar.
Mr. SBWAXD has written a letter to Minister Ko
HEBo, in which he disavows the occupation of Mat
amoraa, by General siurxjwicK, as being not only
without authority from the Government of the
United St-tes, but in violation of tho orders of his
Good resolutions were numerous in Boston on
New Year's Day, and on the Saturday following
the Five Cents Saving Bank in that city received
$31,000 in deposits, which is said to be the largest
amount ever taken in one day by any Savings
Bank in the city.
In Georgia the Superior Court of Chatham coun?
ty has refused to admit to practice a colored man
who is at present a member of the bar in Mame
on the ground that "the lawa of Georgia do no<
authorise or contemplate the admission of person ?
of color to the bar."
Th? Columbus Sun gives us the following "ne?<
? wrinkle" on .colored titles : "The negroes whe
were free before the 'blessed proclamation' arc
termed by the lately liberated ones the 'old issue.
We heard a subject ef th? Civil Bights Bill speak?
ing yesterday of having fotched over' one of the
'old issue' who had tried to impose on him."
Vermont sent 22,968 ?attie, 197,013 she-p, and
SSM swine to the Boston markets last week, out ol
fha total numbers received there of 113,0S3 cattle,
400,546 sheep, and 158,498 swine. Boston gets
more for her meat market from Vermont than from
all th? other States combined, except the Western
The attaches of the Memphis and St. Louie
Packet Company kara mada up a puree of $136 for
Wu, CAKAGO, formerly a mate on the river, who
lost a leg while in the Confederate army. He has
been a watchman on the wharf-boat at Memphis
for som? tim?, and his friends made him the
above present to enable him to go home.
A violent assault has been made on the mana?
gers of the Halifax City Railroad because of salt
being sprinkled on the rails to keep them free from
ice. Tho City Medical Officer says the effect ol
the salt on the iron indices an evaporation condu?
cive to scarlet fevor. Th? New Orleans Times
thinks he must be speaking ironically.
In tbs State Senate of Kentucky, on tho 17th,
Mr. H?LM made a long speech in favor of a propo?
sition to raise ten regiments of Kentucky infantry
for the purpose of resisting all aggressions and to
maintain the principles of State Bights. The
?peaker desired that the troops should at any time
be subject to the ?all of the President of the
The Saginaw (Mich.) Daily Enterprise, of De?
cember 20. gives a summary of the lumber and
salt business of that region for 1866. The valley
has turned out 361,168,884 feet of sawed lumber;
48,381,225 laths; 12,203,886 staves; 69,650,000 shin?
gles; and 418,144 barrels salt. The lumber sawed
in 18C5 was only 257,688,500 feat, showing an in?
ore os? in 1866 of about 40 per cent. The salt made
in 1865 was 428,515 barrels, but in 1864 was only
The Danville (Va.) limessays: "We learn that
a freedman, living near Bice ville, Va-, had a quar?
rel with his wife about a month ago, when ho de?
liberately took his little son, aged ten years, and
chopped his bead off with an axe 1 The body was
their, thrown in tho woods as prey for wild beasts
and th? fowls of the air, and the diabolical deed
kept secret until a few days ago it was accidentally
discovered. The hoad could not bo found.
TuxonoBE TELTON lectured last week in Chicago.
Being ad via jd in the afternoon that colored ladies
of the highest respectability had been refused
tickets, he . went in person to th? office and de?
manded au explanation. The salesman referred
him to Hr. CBOSBY, who assumed the responsibili?
ty. Mr. Tn.TO ri appealed to the President of the
Young Men's Association, who immediately issued
complimentary tickets to the best reserved seats
in th? house, which Mr. TELTON insisted upon per?
sonally delivering to the ladies in question.
The schooner Julia Ann, from Baltimoro for
Boston, is supposed to have been los : in the re?
cant gale, with all hands on board. Papers bo
longing to her have been pistad up on Nantaaket
boaoh. Captain HAEDLNQ, who commanded the
Julia Ann, lea vas a family residing at Chatham, to
which place the mate also belonged. The latter
was s son of ISAIAH HAEMNG, aged 23 years, and
unmarried. The names of the others, some eight
or nine, are unknown. Th? vessel was valued at
In the Now York Times of th? 18th, we find some
interesting and significant statistics with reference
to the commercial failures at the North for the past
year, as well as for tho preceding years. In 1S62
the aggregate liabilities of those who tailed was,
ia round numbers, $?3,000,000 ; in B68 the aggre?
gate was $8,000,000 ; in 1864 it was $8,500,000; in
1865 it was $17,500,000, while in 1866 the aggregate
was $47,000,000. It thus appears that the nggrcv
gate of liabilities of thosa who failed in 1866 is
nearly six times as great as in 1862. This isa
frightful increase, and indicates that the termina?
tion of th? war was but the commencement of
The San Francisco Bulletin has received infor?
mation from aomo, railroad surveyors, and gives
tables of distances of th? routes hy the Central
- and Union Pacific Boads from San Francisco to
New York B?J Chicago and eta Denver and St.
Louis. By the shortest route through Chicago,
and omitting 300 miles dows the Humboldt River,
it makes the distance 3040 miles. .Adding (he SOO
miles the distance is 2340 : Jilea. From the com?
mon intersection, the table adds 120 miles to Den?
ver, making Jrom that point ufa Chicago the dis?
tance of 1988 miles, and cia Denver 2141 miles.
Should the junction be made at Salt Lake, the
tobi* would be >n favor of the Denver and St,
Louis route by ovor 309 miles, and would be much
nore in favor of the direct roste were the junction
mads at Sacramento City.
A Toledo paper of January 7 says: "A week
?go last Friday night the engineer of the through
freight train going west, on tho Air Line Railroad,
when between Springfield and Centreville, discov?
ered a daer upon the track, .running ahead of the
train. Th? only motivo of the animal seemed to
be to keep in advance of the locomotive, which he
did for a long time, but finally oe tbs engine began
to gain upon him, and his strength was failing,
tho deer jumped from tho track''over * ditch, sud
tried to ?cale a fence near by, but waSTeo much ex?
hausted he failed in the attempt: The engineer
checked his train and the'fireman leaped from it
?md caught the animal as he was again attempting
Ito get over the fence. - He was placed in one of the
.ara and taken to Elkhart, where he WM disposed
pf, Thokve weight of th? doer was 126 lbs."
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publi?es the Oficial List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at Hie end
of each week, agreeably to thc following
section of the Kew Postoficc Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTIOS 0. And be it further c >aete<1. That Hgt? of lot?
ter? remalniriK uncalled for In any Poetoffico in any city,
town or villnfte. whore a nowrpapcr shall bo printed,
nhall hereaf-.. r be publiRbed once only in the newspapor
which, boin? pt. bliped weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation ..v ithin ranee of delivery of the said
ns- Ad communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to Oie Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Bayne-streel, aiarleslon,S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Dauy
News. . . ,
Wc cannot undertalec lo return rejected commwaca
Adver%sernents outside of the city must bo accompa?
nied willi the cash._
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23,1867.
THE LESSONS OF 1800.
In our previous articles on tho present system of
labor wo discussed tho subject in its bearings upon
tho freedmen. We showed that thcro is abundant
room in this State for all her laborers; plenty of
work and plenty of provisions also; and that it was
our conviction that tho negroes will do bettor to re?
main here, at or near their old homos, endeavor?
ing to contribute their quota to tho restoration of
tho country to something Uko its former prosperi?
ty, than to go to Florida or Texas, under the im?
pression that they will there improve their condi?
tion; especially when they emigrate upon their own
account or under government auspices, which is
the same thing.
Lost our colorod frionds should think that we
have not their interests at heart, and only hold
these views because we nood their labor, wo shall
quote a witness, whose testimony will not bo con?
sidered thus interested. In a recent number of tho
New York Times, we find a lotter from its Colum?
bia (S. C.) correspondent, dated January ll, giving
an account of General HOWARD'S recent visit to
that place. Ile saya : "Tbe General has for soveral
davs been visiting our colored people, and ascer?
taining from personal observation their mode ol
living, habits and condition. Two ?T???o- -tr?
ho wm riresontod to an immense crowd of negroes
in the African Church, and made them a grand
speech. His opinions aro regarded as quite tem?
perate and conciliatory. . He advised against their
going to other States, either westward or else?
where, and took pains to explain to them the dis?
advantages of moving under any circumstances,
and the uncertainties attending these efforts to
bettor their condition, by going to a soil of which
they did not understand the nature or tho modes
of cultivction. Ho urged thom to bo moral, in?
dustrious and faithful to their contracts; to give
all possible attention to educating their children,
and in every way to elevate their social position as
much as possible."
These same views, adverse to tho emigration oi
the freedmen, we have reason to believe are en?
tertained also by General SCOTT, the Commissioner
, of tho Freedman's Bureau for this State, and by
i every other man of prominence and of candor, whe
has had a fair opportunity of becoming acquainted
? with thc nature, habits, character and wants ol
, the freedmen living amongst us.
, Wo shall now dismiss this part of our subject
: and address ourselves to a brief consideration o;
i the several plans and systems of labor that wert
tried during the two years just passed
r Giving a specified pro raia share of the crops
i in lieu of wages, soems to havo beeb tho custon:
> most genorally in use throughout the South. Thu
' for the obvious reason that after the universa
. ruin-precipitated upon the South by the sudder.
i and disastrous close of a long and disastrous
war-very few of the planters could command
[ sufficient capital, after procuring the most neces
'. sary provisions, seeds, implements, working ani?
mals, etc., to warrant them in obligating them
i selves to pay monthly wages in money to theil
laborers. There was no other plan feasible at thc
> time, and hence this was generally followed II
waa so again in 1866, comparatively few only being
i able to procure th2 necessary capital to pay regu?
lar monthly wages.
' Some worked their force en masse, as formerly;
others (also working upon shares) thought it bet
1 ter to separate the laborers in squads or families,
setting apart a small farm, to be cultivated by
each. The experience of planters varies according
to tho circumstances of each individual case. As
a goners! thing, we believe the plan of paying
monthly wages in money has proved most satisfac
' tory. In some casos the "working on shares'
may have proved satisfactory; but if so we have
never yet hoard of them. If there were no othoi
drawbacks in the latter plan, there would ever re?
main the difficulty of keeping long and trouble?
some accounts, and having a division of the crop
at the end of tho year; which division, with such
persons as the majority of negroes may bo sup?
posed to be, will always involve more or less oi
dispute. We may take it for granted, therefore,
that, as far as the various experiments of hired
negro labor have been fairly made, the plan ol
paying wages must be considered as the one hav?
ing given the most satisfactory results to all
There is, perhaps, moro money in the country
now than there was a year ago, but not enough to
allow of a general introduction of the system last
named. Many of our fan jera will therefore again
have to work on shares. They have the experience
of two years, and shculd therefore now be able to
profit by it. There is, of course, the same differ?
ence among farmers as among the followers of any
other calling. The same qualifications are requi?
site for success,-industry, vigilance perseverance
and economy. These he requires under all circum?
stances. If he is to have authority ?ver others in
his employment, he should have decision of char?
acter, be forbearing and conciliatory in his inter?
course with them, yet always assert a dignified
No rule can be given applicable to all cases, but
as a general thing, we believe, it will be found best
to "put in" no larger crop than can be readily cul?
tivated with the force in hand, and to plant a
smaller quantity of good or highly'manured land,
rather than a large numbpr of actes of a poor and
unproductive soil. - As between small fearon and
large plantations wo,would give no advice; the for?
mer suiting some and the latter others. Some
men can govern largo kingdoms," others cannot
rule their own households. Each -should, and
doubtless will, pursue that course for which his ca?
pacity and his means fit him, and which, we may
say, nature has marked out for him.
A few words in conclusion. Let all -our farmers
and planters, and, indeed, all others who have oc?
casion to employ negro labor,'ever bear in mind
the new duties and obligations upon them, in con?
sequence of the changed relation of the two races.
Let them be kind, and just to punctiliousness in all
their dealings with tho freedmen-tho more so on
account of,tho ignorance of the latter. Lot each
practically show, by his dealings with his subordi?
nados, that by industry, good behavior, and a faith?
ful compliance with their obligations, they will
never fail to make a comfortable support, and at
tho same time gain the esteem and good will of
those whom they most desire should think well of
iNVESTMKrrrs-EVTLS ar. INACTION.-The New'
York Journal of Commerce, while dedaring its in?
ability to answer the questions of numerous cor?
respondents as to the best investments for their
surplus oapital, yet indulges some reflections and
suggestions on tho subject which are valuable.
There is nb method, it truly remerks, of placing
any worldly substance beyond the reach of abso-.
lute, loss, except in'giving it in worthy charities.
All attempts to guard accumulated treasure from
the risk of loss, while retaining a personal con?
trol of it for futuro use, must fail, in the nature of
things. The risk must be incurred, and no hu?
man wit has found an investment that will hold
tte treasure beyond contingency. Some invest?
ments are safer than others, but even these can?
not be classified in order with any approach to
positive certainty. The general rule is true that
the chances of loss ore fairly measured by the
chances of profit. An investment which promises
a large return places the capital sta proportionate
risk, and the exceptions only prove Hie rule.
There never was a time when business men-felt
the burden of forecasting the future more op?
pressively than at present. This is one secret of
the increased mortality among prominent mer?
chants and capitalists during the last year and
both tho burden ?nd the uncertain ty increase as
Choy strain their vision to penetrate-, if possible
the unknown future
We do not recommend, however, a period of in?
action, because of this uncertainty; He that ob
servoth tb* clouds shall not sow, and fie that re
gardeth tb- winds shall not reap. Activity, with
some apparent loss, is better than utter, stasrna
tion; not only better for the community generally,
but also better for tho individual trader or .work?
man, whoso returns ; may seem to leave a balance
on the wrong sido of the account.. As a mamrrac
turing eetabUshment; snfStrs toss by Tunning Rt
loss than cost, than by an actual stoppago which
leaves the machinery to rust and tho laborers to
scatter, eo it is with individual enterprise. Sus?
pension brings tho rust of inaction on all tho ma?
chinery of business, and d spinates the forces
which must bo kept logothor if success is to bo
gained in tho futuio. Every man has done his duty
when he works at his best, and results may thon
bo safely loft to tho direction of an overruling Pro
idonco. Tho season for activity has como; lot all
mon do resolutely what comes most plainly to their |
hand, and hopo forftho best. This is not only ob?
vious wisdom, but tho cloarcst requirement of
duty. _ .
ANTED, A SITUATION AS COOK, BT A
colored man who lias bad much experience, and
can give satisfaction. Apply at Ho. 32 ST. PHILIP
STREET, next south of Public School.
At ADV WHO HAS HAD A GREAT
deal of experience in tho management and lnstruc- >
don of children in anxious io obtain a situaaon as UOV
EB??ESS in a private family, or Teacher of tho primary
branches in a school; and would be glad also to give in?
struction? on tho Piano and lu Vocal Music-Or, if such
situations cannot bo had, would like a place OB assistant ]
or companion for a lady.
Suitable reforenccB will be given if required.
Any application can be left at THIS OFFICE, and will
moot with prompt attention._6_January 18
WANTED, AN ELDERLY MAN SER- I
VANT, to do the Housework or a small Family.
References required. Apply nt No. 2 BULL STREET,
next Coming. January 1G
WANTED_AN INDUSTRIOUS LAD,
with the highest recommendations, good address,
and a ltnowledgo of the Grocery business, is desirous of
obtaining employment. Address INDUSTRY, at the
Offlcf of tho Daily News._January 12
AGENT? WANTED FOR THE LIEE,
LETTERS, SPEECHES. Ac., of Hon. ALEXAN?
DER H. STEPHENS, by Henry Cleveland, Esq., late
editor of ; a i Augusta (Ga.) Constitutionalist bend for
Circulars sa d sec our terms ai d a fall description of the
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th and Mali- streets, Richmond, Va.
D coomber 27 _lm0*
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE No. ll KING STREET, with all the neces?
sary outbuildings, cistern, ?tc. Inquire at No. 9, south
of tho above. wfm January 23
TO RENT, TWO OR THREE PLEASANT?
LY SITUATED ROOMS, with or without Board, ia a
genteel private family, in the lower port of tho city. Ap?
ply at this ofllcc. wC*_ January 23
TO RENT .-THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE at the southwest corner of Rutledge and
Wentworth streets, containing 8 square rooms, 2 attic
-. i i-"rf monas, with water closet, bath room
and linen closets, gas nxturcs and ou Mit beating
furnace throughout tho entire house. Posse? ion given
immadiatoly. Apply at No. 255 King Btreot, to
WILLIAM G. WHILDSN & CO.
mo RENT, THE DELIGHTFUL HOUSE
I No. 2 Cannon street. Gas, Cistern, k.: Inquire of
UFFEEHAKDT, CAMPSEN A CO.,
Northeast corner King and Market streets.
TO RENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
HOUSE in Wentworth street, between Smith and
Rutledge streets; contains ten rooms, with goa and
water futuros complote. Apply at the ofllco of WILKIN?
SON A GILCHRIST, Attorneys at Law, No. 48 Brood
street. fmw January 12
TO RENT, A SMALL HOUSE IN TRADD
street, near Hooting street, with flvo room, and an
attic suitable for a respectable family. Apply at the
office of W. A. PRINGLE, at thc corner of Broad and
Church streets. 2 January 22
rpo RENT, THE TWO AND A HALF STORY
JL BRICK HOUSE, northwest ?omer of Basel and
East "Bay streets, containing lour square rooms, two
attics, dressing room and pantry, with double piazza,
gos through the house; attached in a double kitchen of
live rooms, a good cistern, all in perfect order. Apply ot
the NORTHEAST CORNER OF QUEEN AND SJ.ATE
STREETS. S* January 22
TO RENT, A PART OF A HOUSE IN MON?
TAGUE STREET, with kitchen, carriage house,
?e., within a minute's walk of tho City Railroad. Apply
ot this Office. 9* January 15
TO RENT. TWO NICE SQUARE ROOMS,
and a KITCHEN. Apply at No. 29 HASEL STREET,
near East Boy_January 3
TO RENT.-ONE ROOM IN A GENTEEL
private family. Also KITCHEN and Servants' rooms.
For particulars apply at thia Office. November 27
FOR SALE, ONE PAIR HANDSOME MA?
HOGANY BAY MARES, five and six years old;
spirited, work well in harneas, and ride well under the
saddle. One of them thoroughbred. Apply at this
office, wnnl* January 23
XPOR SALE OR RENT, THAT FINE PLAN
Jj TATION called MOONIIORN, on Daniel's Island,
about eight miles from Charle-ion, containing three hun?
dred and twelve acres. There arc freedmen on the placo
willing to contract for labor. Apply at ANN STREET
OFFICE, South Carolina Railroad Company.
January 22 , G*
MULES FOR SALE.-GOOD BROKE
MULES alway? on hand and for sale, at HOOKA
DAY'S STABLES, corner King and Spring streets.
January 17 ? thstui*
FOR SALK.--A DESIRABLE PLANTATION
on Port Royal Island, ol 330 acres; 200 acres ready
for cultivation, the balance wood laud. This place is
beautifully situated on Brood River, one hour*, drivo
from tho Te wu of Beaufort. It has ample accommoda?
tions for laborero, and is well auppllad with horses, carts,
wagons, and implemento. Tho plaoo will ba sold at a bar
gam, and a pore or tue purcnooo money con remain on
mortgage if desired. For further particulars inquire of
C. W. DENNIS,
January 19 Imo* Planter?' Hotel.
Fm SALE OR RENT, RAMSAY GROVE
PLANTATION, on Black River, ?even miles from
Georgetown, consisting of 175 acres of the best and safest
rico lands, with ample uplands cleared and wooded. This
place presents unusual attractions. The banks, trunk,
Ac, are all in good order; oho, Dwelling House, stables,
barna and negro houses. The former slaves all remain
upon the place, and any one purchasing or renting can
make immediate arrangements for the labor required.
For further particulars apply to
WM. GREECE, Georgetown,
Or PDXCKNEY BROTHERS,
January 18 6 North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR SALE. TWENTY LARGE, FAT,
?A and 6-year old broko MULES; and THIRTY 3
and A year old. For sale at Milla Hoose Stable. Apply
to B. W. CARTON._ January 14
EOR SALE,-A SUPERIOR TOP BUGGY
and a set of BUGGY HARNESS, eau bo bought
reasonably by applying to . WM. T. ELFE,
December 19 No. 90 Anson-street.
FOR ALE, A SCHOLARS . IP IN A PHILA?
DELPHIA University ot Medicino and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medico,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren, Principles and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. Aa thia is ono of the first Medical Universities of
tho country, a favorablo opportunity is offered those
studying medicino for a scholarship. Apply at this
Office. December 15
AT PRIVATE SALE-A FINE FARM, IN
GOOSE CREEK PARISH, containing 62 ecres ol
land, 34of which are cleared and under fence; the bal?
ance well wooded. This place is situated 16 miles from
Charleston, cn the State Road, and within a quarter of a
mile of tho Northeastern Railroad." There is a uno or?
chard on tba place.
For information apply to
Dr. H. BAKE,
December ll * .. Ho. 131 Meeting street
STATE NORMAL AND HIGH SCHOOL.
ESTABLISHED BY- THE LEGLSLATUBE FOB THE
INSTRUCTION OF \OUNG LADIES IN THE HIGH.
ER BRANCHES OF EDUCATION-ST. PHILIP
STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
IA/ALL BE OPEN JANUARY 2D, 1867.-KEV. HENRY
.. M. MOOD. A. M., Principal. Professors,Teachers,
and Lecturers of ability have been employed, and thorough
instruction will be afforded in every department. The '
course of study ia of the highest grade pnraned by young
ladies, and is equal to the most advanced standard of
The year is .di vided into two sessions of five mosths
Tuition, inclnding tho usual branches, with FBENCH.
VOCAL MUSIC and DRAWING, $12 50-160 per half ses?
sion. Pupils may obtain Board under tho direction of
tte Principal, at 335 per four weeks,-which Includes
lights, washing and fuel; oil payments strictly in advance.
O. G. MKMMTNGEB,
_ -? Chairman of the Board.
E. MONTAGUE GOIMKB, Secretory.
.63" 'Columbia papers please copy six times, once each
week, and und bill to tho Secrotory. at Charleston.
January 7_? - _mwjj
? - NIGHT SCHOOL
ON AND AFTER MONDAY THE EXERCISES OF THE
subscribers' School -will bo conducted at No 384
KING STREET, east aldo, ono door south of George, ot
which wai be taught Book-keeping, Writing and tho
higher branches of Mathematics and English, includtn* 1
Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry,aAc, PoUtioal Econor?v!
Rhetoric, Logic, Ac, Atc v
Tarma moderate. Apply as above.
DOTY k 8HERFESEE,
NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT
CORNER BROAD AND CB?RCB STRBBTS.
BOOKKEEPING, WETTING, "MERCANTILE CALOTJ
LATIONH TAUGHT, '
FaOM 7 TO 9"EVKBY NlOHT.'
January ll_ imp
,. , "MRS, CARROL. r r
Q^VTNG BBTTUBNED TO THE CUY, OFFHB8 HEB
XX services aa Teacher of the Piano aiid Vocal Mutta!
Apply at No. 81 WENTWORTH STREETT
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP
rPH5,;n?MJ ?F MILLE* * STONE IS TH? DAY
X. dissolved by mutual consent. The outstanding
ocoounta of the late firm will be settled hjii?lTo.,
STONE, who is alene authorized to sign in liquidation.
. z. Vnj.rs
January 14,1167. . ALBT O. 8TONR.
? I WILL
COMTWUE TO CABBY ON THE SHIP CHANDLER
BUSINESS at tho old stand. No. 15* EAST BAY
where I wm be happy to reoefvo the .patronage of th?
January M , AIJ^o.^W ,
THE- COPARTNERSHIP EXISTING UNDER THE
X "tyla and firm of WILLIAMS * COVERT is thia
doy dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. D. R. -WILLIAMS
ls alone suth, rtssd to sign the name of the firm In hgtd
datton. ' O.B. WILLIAMS,
. ; ... HENRY C COVERT
Charleston, Utk January, .1*67.
W*. TH*5 UNDERSIGNED, HAVE THIS DAY
' ."' . D. B, WILLIAMS
ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
AN ADJOURNED WETING OF THIS CORPORA?
TION will be belt: in tho Lecture Boom in Globo
street, This Evening, 23d Inst-, st Hi o'clock, P. M.
By ordor: FRED'K FANNING, Secretary.
ORANGE LODGE, No. 1? A-.- P... M-.
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
will bo held This Enning, at Mssouio Hall, st 7 .
o'clock, precisely. Candidatos (or F. C. Degree will
By order W. M.
January 23 1_WM. A. GIBSON, Secretary
AMEETING WILL BE TTRT.T? AT THE USUAL
place This Evening, at 7 o'clock. A full attend
ance is requested.
By order of tho President. 1_January 23
HIGH SCHOOL OP CHARLESTON.
AMEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
will be held in tho Mayor's Office, at tho City Hall, on
Saturday next, tho 2Cth inst., at 12 o'clock Meridian, to
elect a Teacher of the German Language in tho High
School of Charleston. Applications may bo addressed to
the Chairman or tho Secretary of the Board.
RICHARD YEADON, Chairman.
JAKES LOWDIOS, Secretary. _January 21
AMEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THIS
COMPANY win bc held in Charleston tho TAiriCelA
instant, at Da. CHISOLM'd Offlee. Hasel strrcet, at 7
o'clock P. M. E. L. KERRISON.
Secretary and Treasurer Kalmia Mills.
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD-STOLEN
from the stables of thc subscriber, on Saturday
night, the 19th inst., a bright sorrel (re..) MULE, medium
height, long coupled, star in his forehead, and han a
"water nut," giving him the appearance of having been
only partially altered. I will give tho reward for the
Mulo, *10 more for proof to' convict the thief. Address
GEORGE'S STATION, South Carolina Railroad.
January 22 0? LA HARPER.
ONE WHITE BRINDLE COW GOT INTO
inclosuro of tho Farm of Mr. LOUIS DUNEMANN,
corner of King and Shepherd streets. The owner will
coll for tho some and pay all expenses,
january 23 1*
BOARD W ANTE D.-A GENTLEMAN,
with two sons (eleven and thirteen years of age), de?
siree to obtain board in a private family residing in the
! lower section of tho city. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
TWO WELL FURNISHED CHAMBERS
AND BOARD can be had in a desirable part of tho
j city, close to the City Railway. Apply at this office,
FEW GENTLEMAN, WHO CAN GIVE
good references, can find pleasant boarding at No.
1 SOCIETY STREE!. Apply at house.
BOARDING.-THREE OR FOUR GEN?
TLEMEN can be accommodated with GOOD
BOARD by applying at No. 25 MAZYCK STBEET. a lew
doors below Beaufain. 4 January 22
GOOD BOARD CAN BE OBTAINED, IN A
pleasant part of the city, with pleasant rooms,
j Terms S8 per week. Apply at No. 28 MEETING STREET.
PRIVATE BOARD. WITH OR WITHOUT BOOMS, Al
No. 309 KING STREET, near George.
BOARDING.-MRS. H. KAMLAH SS PRE?
PARED to receive Boarders, st No. 146 Meeline
street, up stairs. Her many friends and acquaintance?
will please beor this in mind. December IS
(FORMERLY WITH JOHN MOOD,)
Manufacturing Jeweller ant Silyersiitn,
FIFORMS HTS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC THAI
he has taken rooms in Beaufain street, near King,
to the rear of the establishment of Messrs, William G.
Whilden & Co., where he will attend to all orders foi
Manufacturing or Repairing any description of Jewelry
or Silverware st tho shortest notice.
Masonic Jewels in sets or singly furnished to ordor.
"*-?cember 10 . m wi'2m o
New York Prize Association,
Ni). 699 HBO AD WAT, 2T. T.
j ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS, SEWING
MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, SILVER?
WARE. FINE GOLD AND
11/ILL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS : THE
VT name and value of each article of our goods are
marked on tickets, placed in seeled envelopes, and well
mixed. On receipt of 26 cents, an envelope containing
such ticket will be drawn without choice, and delivered
at our office, or sent by mail to any andreas. The pur
chaser ofter seeing what article it draws and its value
which may be from one to five hundred dollars-can
then, on payment of ono dollar, receive tho article
named, or may exchange it for any other article marked
OD our circular at the same value. Every ticket draws on
articln worth one dollar or more. No nuunts.
Our patron? can depond on fair, honorable dealing.
The article drawn will be delivered at our office, regard?
less of ita value, or promptly sent as directed, by return
mail, or express.
Letters from many persons acknowledging tho receipt
of valuable gifts from us, may Le aeon on file at our of?
fice, among whom we ore permitted to referi?:
John S. Holcomb, Lambcrtvule, N. J., gold watch, value
$250; Mrs. S. Bennett, No. 252 Cumberland street, Brook?
lyn, sewing machine, $80; Edwin Hoyt. Stamford, Conn.,
geld lever watch, value ?200; Hon. B- H. Briggs, Wash
ington, D. C, diamond pin, S175; J. C. Sutherland, No.
IOU Lexington avenue, piano, $350; Mrs. M. Jackson, No.
203 Nineteenth" street, N. Y., sewing machine, .90; Jos.
Camp, Elmira, N. Y., melodeon, $160; Miss L. Collins,
Atlanta, Go., diamond cluster ring, $225; Dr. Henry
Smith, Worcester, Mess., sewing machine, $85; H. Shaw,
No. 13316th street, N. Y" gold watch. ?150; Edw. Boyn?
ton, No8.iville. Tenn., molodeon, 5100; James Russell,
Montgomery, Ala., gold hunting watch, ?f 30; E. T.
Smith, Providence, lt. L, silver lever watch, ?60; Oscar
Purdy. Madison, N. J., music box, ?45; Hon. B. 8. New?
ell, St. Paul's, Minn., gold watch, ?185; J. R. Sperry,
Litchfield. Conn., silver watch, 555; Wm. B. Peck, Har?
lem. His., music box, ?75; Wm. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
silver tea set, $125; Miss E. SL Sch en ck, Detroit, Mich.,
diamond ear rings, $225; Pierre Besudln, itt. Charles
Hotel, New Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs. Martha
Barnes, St. Louis, Mo., melodeon, value 5125.
LIST OF ARTICLES
TO EE SOLD EOS ONE DOLLAR EA CB,
And not to bo paid for until you know what you bave
drawn. r >, ?
25 Rosewood Pianos, worth.5200 00 to 600 00
30 Mel od eons, Rosewood Cases...... 100 Ol* 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. 25 00 to 150 00
200 Silver Revolving Patent Castors.. 15 09 to 40 00
100 Sliver Fruit Coko Baskets. 15 00 to 35 00
1,000 8ets Silver Tea and Tablespoons.. 16 00 to 45 00
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches..;... 10000 to 250 00
100 Diamond Rings, Cluster, to.....? 60 00 to 200 0Q
200 Gold Watches..v... 60 00 to 100 00
300 Ladies' Gold Watches. 60 00 to 8500
1,000 Silver Watches. 26 00 to 60 00
3,000 Vest Chaina. 5 00 to 35 00
2,000 pairs Ear Rings (new styles)...;.. 160 to 7 00
2,000 Necklaces. 3 00 to 7 00
2,500 Gold PencDs..;.;?.?". 300to 800
3,000 Onyx sad Amethyst Brooches.... 5 00 to 10 00
3,000 Lava and Florentino Brooches_ 4 00 to 600
1,500 Masonic Pins. 4 00 to 9 00
1,600 Gold Watch Keys (new pattern)... - 4 50 to 7 60
2,500 Seta of Bosom Stada . 1 60 to 600
2,600 Enamelled Sleevo ButtjSBSfe-. 2 50 to 10 00
6.000 Plain Gold and ChisecfTHga._ 4 50 to 10 00
6,000 Stone Set and Seal Ringa.. 2 SO to 10 00
5,000 Miniature Lockets, all sises_.. 2 50 to 7 OG
10,000 Sate of Ladles'Jewelry. 8 00 to 20 00
4,000. Watch Charms (each). 3 00 to 560
5,000 Gold Penn, SU. ex. Cases & Pencils. 4 50 to 7 00
6,000 Genf s Breast and Scarf Pins. * 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 20 00
1,000 Gold Thimbles. 8 00 to 1600
6,000 Sets Ladles' Brooch and EarDropa 6 00 to 12 00
2,000 GoldCrooses......... .. 1 00 to 600
C.OOO Oval Bond Bracelets. 6 00 to 20 00
2,000 Heavy Gold Chain Bracelets_.. 25 00 to 40 00
2,000 Ball Esr Drops, all rolan. 3 00 to 7 00
2,000 new style Jet and Gold Ear Drops. S 00 to 7 OD
2,000 Gold Pens, Gold Mfd Ebony Hold. 450 to 700
Lady's Sets, new styles, Cut Crystal, ill Jet, Hard Rub?
ber, ic.. ?LC 1
49- A chance to obtain any of tho above articles for
One Dollar by purchasing a sealed envelope for 25 cents.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed to ul.
ta- 6 tickets for One-Dollar, 13 ?or Two Dollars, 33 for
Five Dollars. GreatlnduBement? tn agents. "
Letters should be addressed '' ".< -
.J.H. BAY & CO.,
No. m BROADWAY, NEW YOBS.
EXCELSIOR BRICK PRESS.
ri\H18 POWERFUL AND BEAUTIFUL""LABOB-SAV
_|_ TNG Machine v/iU mould 35,000 bricks per day. It
receives the clay-In Ita natani state; tempers it in work?
ing, and mates fhe finest PRESSED BRICK, BO weil as
; the lower gradea; s?l of equal size; and of a quality un?
surpassed In beauly..ana- durability. It wtl also- make:
suportar FIRE BRICK. ... -.>.-. ]<
U.he value of the Machine may be ascertained from the
large profita made by'shoee now running.
For Bights and MafM; es address
EXCELSIOit BRICK PRESS COMPANY.
Office No. 221 Chestnut street,
January 16 . Imo ? - .. PjUIadelphia, Pa.
SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE !
SOUTHERN CAPITAL! SOUTHERN LABOR
GEORGIA SOAP ANDCHEMiG?L WORKS,
BRUNS A BBB, Bo. 73 Esit Bay,"
SOLS A&Bxrra FXiR OBAXLSSTOJ^ & C
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS FOE THE
! above works, wo aro prapared to furnish tte Trade
with SOAP st the seine price a? could lw> obtained from
Ihe wcrks direct. We guarantee Mus Soap to be eqriaLto
any in the market. Giv* it s trial, and wears certain. *l?t
youwiEscree.withns. ."?Imo su Jsanary7,
?. CHITTENDEN, ?gp
: General Commission Marchant, .
' ,' ' '? ***?' . ? *v
Mairufactu^er of Paper?,
OF, VARIOUS KINDS,
SO. 197 READE STREET,
Comer Hudson Street, Now York.
"]TvKALEB IN PAPES AMD IN M*'"??TAT.n OF
JL/ i every description for tai Ttfltwrrrfaolcjo. *.
DeesiaberW ..: -, ..::-ttm?>r.-. >
8c6cn???8crruvenin(5?n, StttetJ.iPcrfcrattnacit, a., in
tin? fcct bcftcit Hnftaltcn bei Uantc? (ter Kr.itSc?botfcr,)
?claje auf a. e a. c it f c i t i g. c n Wubin vcarimptl nt,
ficicrgt ju ?cn m?fii.u'tett Pr?mien.
Cramtnitenbct Slrjt, 2Bm. UfT?r$arct,
Sr. C. flcllcr?. Cd? fling unb Siartctftrafic.
January IO _
rVB ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF LIVER?
POOL, Capital Two Millions Storfing (?2 .OOO.OOO),
lia Ving resumed business in this plac<\ is prepared to
?alco FIRE RISKS at moderato ratos. All losses will lw
liberally adjusted and promptly settled bore.
J. F. BLACKLOCK, Agent.
January ll fmwO Accommodation Wharf.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.SlO,0OO,OOO IN GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
Cl Ti A DVET il SE M E NTS,
CARTS, DRAYS, ?Sic.
rriHE TIME FOR TAKING OUT LICENSES FOR THE
1 year expires with this month. January 22
TO ESTABLISH TUE OFFICE OF TEACHER OF THK "GER?
MAN LANOL'AGE," IN THU HIGH SCHOOL, OF CHARLES?
Be it ordained by Hie Mayor and Aldermen in City Coun?
cil assembled. That there shall bo otu*, hed to tho Hi?h
School Of Charleston a Teacher of tho Gorman language,
who sholl be elected, and whoso duties shall bo prescrib?
ed by tho Board of Supervisors. And tho said Teacher
snail receive, as a compensation for his services, o salary
at tho rate of ona thousand dollars per annual, payable
Ratified in City Council this fifteenth day of January,
A. D. ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven.
Ix. 8.1 By tho Mayor.
P. C. OATLLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMrrn, Clerk of Council. January IS
CITY TAX KILL.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
Januarv 15,1807. )
COPIES OF THE CITY TAX BILL FOR THE YEAR
1807 con bc obtained at this office or at the storo of
Alderman COURTENAY, Broad street.
W. H. SMITH,
January 16 Imo Clerk of Council?
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, )
CITY H ILL, January 1,18G7. J
?VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THIS OFFICE IS
X^i now open, and will remain opon every day from
the hours of 9 A. M. to 2 P. M. (Sundays excepted), until
the first day of February next, for tho receipt of Tax Ra?
turas on Real Estate.
AU Males, White and Colored, over tho age of twenty
one years, are required to return themselves for Capita?
AB defaulters will be doalt with as the Ordinance di?
rects. D. C. GIBSON, City Assessor.
AN ORDINANCE TO RAISE SUPPLIES FOB
THE YEAR 1807.
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE TO RAISE SUP
LIES for tho year 186T, was ratified at a meeting oi
Council, held Friday evening, 2Sth inst., and takes offed
from 1st January, 1807 :
TO BAISE BT/PPLJES FOR TUE YEAH ONE THOUSAND EIOHl
HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
SECTION 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen
m City Council assembled. That a tax for the sums, and ir
tho manner hereinafter mentioned, shan bo raised ant
poid into tho Treasury of tho city for the use and service
thereof, that is to say: Two dollars on every nundroo
dollars of tho value of every house, building, lot, wharf
or other landed estate, including every building and Lui
provemcnt on lands under a lease for a terni of five ol
more years, from a religious, charitable or literary soot
ety, or under any building lease, payable on or bofor<
the 29th day of June next, provided that ?ll persons wh<
shall pay tho amounts of taxes duo by them on or boron
tho 1st day of February sholl bo allowed live per cent
discount on the samo ; and that all persons who sholl pay
the amount of taxes duo by them after the 1st of Febru?
ary, and on or before thc 30th day of March, shall bo al
lowed two ando half per cent, discount on same.
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of all sales
of goods, wares and merchandise on personal account oi
on account o'others, payaolo monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of oil street railroads, payable monthly.
Five dollars on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of all Express Companies, payable monthly.
Hpventy-flve cents on every hundred dollars of all sales
at auction, payable monthly.
Three dollars per month on every coach or four wheel
carriage drown by two horses orThules (exclusive of thc
horscB or mulos), payable monthly.
Two dollars por month on every coach or four wheo]
carriage drawn by one horse or mule (exclusivo of thc
horse or mule), payable monthly.
One dollar and fifty cents per month ' on every two
wheel carriage, chair, sulk ey, Ac. (exclusive of tho horse
or mule), payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of gross in?
come, and aU groes profits derived from thc pursuit ol
any faculty, profession, occupation or employment, or
from the exorcise or any office, whether in tho profes?
sion of tho law, the profits derived from the costs ot
suits, counsel fees, or other sources of professional in?
come, incomo from the practico of dentistry, etc, paya?
Fifty cents en every hundred dc'lars of the value ol
any bond, mortgage. Judgment, dec.c?, or other securi?
ty, whether said bond. Atc, be located, and whether the
Interest bo poid here or clsowhcre, payable at the same
ames, and under tho same conditions os tho taxes on
Thme dollars on every hundred dollars of all dividends
received from stocks not exempted from taxation, pay?
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all annuities
and otoer income or incomes, received from what source
soever, which ore not exempted from taxatiou by law or
otherwise herein taxed, payable monthly.
Two dollars on every dog kept within the city, payable
on or before tho 29th day or June next.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of gross re?
ceipts of all commercial agencies, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all commis?
sions received by factors, commission merchant-, bank?
ers, brokers, 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, payablo monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred dollars of all gross pre?
miums received for or by any Insurance Company lo?
cated lu this city, whether incorporated or not, or by
agencies for individuals or companies, whether incorpo
atod or not, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of gross re?
ceipts of all Gas Companies and other manuliicturing
companies located in this city, payable monthly.
One dollar per month on every horse and mule used
or kept within tho city, excepting horses or mules used
in any licensed carnage, cart, dray, or other vehicle,
payablo mo thly.
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on all retail
dealers ia all articles whatsoever, whose monthly returns
of sales do not yield o tax above the said amount of two
dollars and fifty cents.
Two dollars capitation tax on all males ovor twentv
one years of age, payablo on or before the 29th day ol
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on all Huck
Two dollars and fifty cents per month on &n Barbai
One dollar on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of Hotels and public Eating and Boarding Houses,
payable monthly. .W" ~->
One dollar on every hundred dollars of all receipts ol
Livery Stable Keepers, payablo monthly.
Two dollars on every hundred donara of the gross re?
ceipts of cotton presses, payable monthly.
Seventy-five cents on every hundred dollars of the
gross receipts of all printing offiooa, newspaper and pub?
lishing houses, payable monthly.
Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in the city by persons not residents, by sam plo or
One dollar on every hundred dollars of sales of all
horaea and mules brought to the city, payable monthly.
One dollar on every hundred dollars of the gross re?
ceipts of Magnetic Telegraph Companies, payable
Sac 2. Any person or persons or corporations fauifg
to poy the taxes in tho manner and at tho tunca herein?
before prescribed, may be double taxed at the option of
Council. And lt ?hall be the duty of the City Treasurer
lo forthwith issue executions against the goods,' chattels
and other property of said persons or corporations, and
lodge tho sold executions with tho City Sheriff, who ahall
immediately proceed for tho collection of the some, in
the manner, provided by Ordinance for the enforcement
of thc executions.
SEC. 3. That all Ordinances and ports of Ordinances
repugnant hereto be and the sams ore hereby repealed.
Ratified tn City Conned thia twenty-eighth day Docem
[L. a] ber,- A. D. one ti j asan d eight hundred and sixty
six. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
?VI. TL Sierra, Clerk ol Council. December 31
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, l
January 3, 1867. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNT*!B
tho following Ordinance lieenscs have boen prepa* d
tor delivery from this Office. JL S. THOMAS,
Ssa. L Bs ii Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen tn
Oily Couria, assembled, That from "and after the first day
of January, licenses shall be taken out for all carts, drays
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the asme manner, and according to the same provisions
no w of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let or
driven for hire, except giving bonds. And each such
cart,, dray or wagon, shall be provided with o badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to bo
placed on the outride of the shaft.
8zc 2. No person shall, be taken by the Treasurer aa
rarety to any bond under tho Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carriages, un?
less he or she be s freeholder.
'BECK'S. The tollo w'ng sholl hereafter bo the rates for
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, Ac,
including the horses or mutes used thereof, which shall'
be free from other taxation:
nrauc CASTS,' DRAYS, sro., OB THOSE SICCXOYKD DJ ANY
HU8TNES3 VTHA?EVEB, POE X?DUS DIRECT OH DTD mater.
? Per every cort, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
mule, ?20. ' "'* ? ? ? *:.f* .
For every cart, dray er wagon, drawn by two horses or
For every hack and eorriaga with two wheels, $20.
" For every hack and carriage with four wheelo, MO!
For every stage or omnibus (except hue omnibus),
with two horsea, SS0. . .
For every otago ox omnibus (except line omnibus),
drawn by four horses, (60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For every expresa wagon drawn hy two or more horses
cr mules, $80. . . . -
' DREAD CARTS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DJU.YB, ETC.
For every bread cart cr wagon, $5. ? ?."
For every cart, dray or wagon, -used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to bo employed in the trans?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
Indirectly for the same, ?hall poy for a license the Bum af
*5, exclusive of tho horseor mulo.
- . Ratified in City Council, thia 16th day of January,
(L. a.] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
*0d?Util!*^' p.o. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By tho Mayor.,
January 8 ?" W.Jg. SMITH, Clerkrcf CouncAL
' PIRE LOAN.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
. . COTHAIX, November 0,1 SOC J
i LL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING TNT SE
ii.'^ornt Districts and Waste Placet or the City, un
>dcr "An Act of tho General Assembly giving; authority
to tho City Council of .Charleston to procoeil in tba mat
tor of a Eire Loon, with o view to sid in building up tiio.
Cltr anew,** ore hereby notified that tho form of oppli?
?otian te Icena can be obtained ot the office sf the Clerk
of Ocrtmoll. between tho hours of 9 A M. and 2 P. M.
I; 'AB tprpitcstioM taust he sled in the shove mentioned
ofilee, as tba ' Oorrimlftwi wta moat ?very Monday to con.
.Uer the sama; - >' '. ..>.
By ardra- of tho Mayor. " .-.-W. E. SMITH,
.... Novara ocr 10 : . . Clci'i of Ccrocii.
m: M. WHITINGS-.
CORONER AND l^Ol^TllATE,
HAB REMOVED HI3 OFFfVTB FROM CHALMERS
. street to No, S3 CHU BOH STREET, one door
north ol Brood street. % A*i*rast9t< ?
COUPONS ! COUPONS !
ANDREW M. MORKtAND,
No. 8 BltOAD STREET,
"\V"A*NT>KTHEASTERN RAILROAD FIRST MORT
GAGE COUPONS _
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD AND BANE STOCK
SILVER. OOU>. HANK HILLS.
For which thu highest martlet rates trill be poid.
January 211 w^nli?.._ I
GOLD! GOLD ! ! GOLD ! ! I
GOLD. SILVER, HANK HILLS
UNITED STATES COMroUNI) INTEREST
UNITED STATES 7-1?) BONDS
STOCKS, BONUS. Ste., of all kind?, purchased at highes!
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker. No. K Brood ?troet.
Doeenibcr 5 liuw inion_
CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PER
FOR SALE BY
JAMES M. SIlACKiLFORD,
Broker. No. 5 Broad street, up stairs.
January 23 _2
i COUPONS WANTED.
ONE THOUSAND DOLLABri SOUTH CAROLINA
RAILROAD wanted, for -which the highest price
will bo paid. Apply to . ?
J. A. ARMSTRONG & CO..
January 21 3 No. 54 Market s troet.
A. S. HULL, Ag't.
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BRO AD STREET, NORTH
SIDE. BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
where he will bu ?lad to see his old friends and custo -
SSvJSJi.11"" 111 HtoT0 * futl assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS of every i-a
rioty which he will make n:) to order at as low pneus a?
any similar establishment. .
l???^ FURNISHING GOODS
BAL .JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr & Co I
wm superintend tho Tailoring Deimrt.mc.nt as usual, and
will give his especial attention to Cutting Garments, and
Making and Trimming.
TO MY FRIENDS IN GENERAL.
ALL IN WANT OF GOOD FITTING GARMENTS
will und it to their internst to call at No. 35 BROA Ll
S'l BEET, whore they will bc fitted bettor sud got cheapo*
goods than at any other establishment in this city.
In connection with the above. Mr. J. T. KENNEDY
will bo happy to wait on his old friends and customers, at
No. 35 BROAD STREET.
BS- Call and see those ?35 FROCK COATS.
WBOT.F.KAJ.E ANO EKTATL UEALER Ht
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AM) VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
July 2S Oraos CHARLESTON, S. C.
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
No. 103 EAST BAY STREET,
Peeernber 21 Sao Under tho American Hotel.
. SAILORS" OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CIITLD, No. 103 East Bay.
December 24_ 3mo
EARHART, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
.: IN ?
A MERIGAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 57. 59
/\ and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHABT.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 Gmo A T. HAMILTON.
S. W. COR. QUEEN AND EAST BAY ST8.
EF. TURCK INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND THE
? public generally that he bsa opened at the abovo
j place, and will bo pleased to furnish them with the best
! that the market affords, at moderate prices.
January 0 Imo
TOE SOUTHERN EXCHANG?1
THE FINEST OYSTERS
OF THE SEASON 1
THE BEST LIQUORS IN TOWN !
THE GREAT- POPULAR RESORT.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE SOUTHERN EX-.
j CHANGE, No: 125 MEETING-STREET, respectfully in?
forms the publie that tho
OLD POPULAR PLACE
Is still open. The FINEST OYSTERS TO BE HAD he
offers by the barrel, bushel, gallon or quart; also, on the
: half shell at the' counter, or stewed, roasted, fried, or in
j any other way desired.,- j?
FINE BRANDIES, '
*g No. 1 SEGABS.
THOMAS FLYNN, Proprietor.
December. 17 ' ... -,
STEAM GAS FITTER 'ASS ?PLUMEER,
PLATH AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES. GAS
FITTING AND -PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
1 eNI>Kl> TO.No. U6 K' 1 SfKEKT,
August 31 Berwcon ilron?'an i tmcii'nreets.
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, . Hudson City, N. ?L
This Company is now fully prepared to furnish
LE AD PENCILS,
EQTJAb>XN QHAIOTT;TO THE BEST BRANDS.
THE COMPANY HAS TAKEN GREAT PAINS
. and invested a large; capital in fitting up their fac?
tory; and now ask tho- American Public 'to sive
i their pencils s fair trial .. ;
AUStylos and grades are manufactured.
Great care bas been bestowed to tho manufactnr
' icg of superior HEXAGON- DRAWING PENCILS,
iSJ^A^U^c.^ ^ T "
A Complete assortment constantly on hsnd, ls o?ered
at fair terms to the trades^ their wholesale salesroom,
No. 34 JOHN ST..EET, NEW YORK.
The Pencils are to bo hod at all principal Stationers and
Notion dealers. ?
. *ar ASK FOR - AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL |
December 13 : tan
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
?)( \ ( \ H?LS. PINK-EYE POTATOES, JOST RE
l?V/V CE1VED uud for salo by
January 23 :t So. Krj East Bay.
t?i~\? \ BBLS. FI.Ot'K. FAMILY. EXTRA. SUPER
t? V_7 V./ an.l Flue, just received a..d for salo l>v
January 23 _ 3_ N... liri E:iKt Bay. -
WOOD, 1?RICKS AND TILES.
fTA CORDS OF DRY PINE. JUST RECEIVED AND
r}\ V for cali- ?it Sfi BU per ford.
200.000 extra size Grey Bricks, a ?hort distanc from
lim city, and can be delivered iti a few days, for cash, al
A T ARfiE LOT OF GLAZED TILES, tlrst quality, fur?
nished at a few day's notice, by
Ii. B. SIMONS. Robbs- Mill.
Orders leR at JNO. MARION'S or PENNAL-?, comer of
Kin? and Cnlho'in streets. 10 January 23
MUSKETS ! MUSKETS !
fTAA CHOICE SMOOTH-BORE MUSKETS, AT is
iJ\J\J each. For salo at
PARKER .t CHILD'S.
_Jauunry 23 _ C No. 103 Ea-t Bay.
5HI1DS. CLEAR BACON SIDES
fl hlids. C. R. Bacon Slilet
Just received psr steamer, and for salo by
January 22 2 R. ii A. P. CALDWELL.
3Hi IDS. CHOICE BREAKFAST BACON, JUST RE
OHIVED per steamer, and for sale bv
January 22_2_R. k_A. P.'CALDWELL.
fi) eCQ "BI'S. FLOUR, JUST RECEIVED PER SCHR.
AN? Di STORK:
310 bbls. FLOUR-Fine, Super and Middlings.
For salo by R. & A. P. CALDWELL.
January 22 2
QA TUBS EXTRA LARD, JUST RESEIVED PER
OV/ steamer, ?ind for salo by
Jauuary 22_ 2 R fc A. P. CALDWELL.
SEED AND EATING" POTATOES.
7jr BARRELS PINK-EYE SRED TOTATOES
f_? 75 barrels Jackson Whites-Eating Potatoes.
Landing from bri;? A. D. Torrsy. For sal? by
January 22 3 JOHN F. O'NEILL k SON.
C\ fr HHDS. STRICTLY CHOICE SHOUf DER8, JUST
?? ? ) received and for sale by
January 22_2_ HENRY COBIA & CO.
1 AA BBLS. LAND PLASTER
JLUU 100 bbls. Calcined Plaster
200 bbls. Cement
Landing from schooner Paragon.
IN STORE i
1500 bbls. LIME
3000 Fire Brick
400 Oven Tile
500 bushels Hair
White Pine, Poplar, Ash and Hickory Lumber.
For sale by OLNEY Sc CO.
January 22 3
O A A BnT's- "WESTERN BEDS" TO ARRIVE,
?1\J\J and for sale by
PARKER k. CHILD,
January 21 b No. 103 East Bay.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. FOR SALE BY
W. B. HALL.
January 21_3 _Brown's Wharf.
FOR 8ALE 100,000 BUSHELS OF REFUSE LIME,
thoroughly impregnated ammonia, an excellent
manure. Apply at tho GAS OFFICE, Church street.
lorri SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, ON BOARD
For salo by RAVEN EL & CO.,
East Bay and Vandorhorefs Wharf.
January 21 mwf3
Wine Trade of the United States !
Pure California Champagne,
MADE AND PREPARED AS IF DONE TN FRANCE,
from pure California Wine, and taking the place
of Imported Champagne.
The undersigned would call tho attention of Wine Deal?
ers and Hotel Keepers to the foUowing letter, which may
give a correct ides of the quality of their Wino:
"CoNTISKtrrAL HOTEL, I
"PHILADIU'UIA, October 2D, 188?. j
"Mrsssa, BOUCHER & Co.
"GEMTLBMKN: Having gi von your California Champagne
a thorough test, wc taite pleasure In saying that wo think
it the best American Wino wo have ever used. Wo shall
at once place it on our bill of fare.
"Yours truly, J. E. KINGSLEY t CO."
CALL and TRY our California Champagne.
BOUCHER & CO.,
November ll wfm3mo No. 36 DEY STREET. N. Y.
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED TO EXTRACT
pm J .
BY *W of a letter from a
CONNOISSEURS B T*??^T
TO BE THE oiCLY SaarnsT Brother at
/0S?&.:??> WORCESTER, May,
Good Sauce psSqi851:
?*1EL?Z "Tell LEA ic PER
ANT. APPLICABLE .?grfe- BINS that their SAUCE
II7EM???.< is highi. esteemed in In
TO 'iSS^Sr- dis, and ie, in my opinion.
,, _ . ._.;?;3S?S :" the most palatable, as
EViiBY VABTETY fag "r4ff well os the moBt whole
yS^F^'isomo SAUCE that ls
OF DISH. ^?eSs^made."
The success of this most delicious and unrivalled con.
dimcnt having caused maay unprincipled dealers to
apply tho name to .S>unoui Compounds, the PUBLIC IS
respectfully und earnestly requested to see that the nome
of LEA k PERRINS ore upen tho WRAPPER, T.ABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YORK, .?VG-EUNlTS.
October 19 _ fm wi yr_
WN. 8. CORWIN & CO.,
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE WINES, TEAS, &c,
NO. 359 KING STREET,
OPPOSITE WA craw.,
(BRANCH OE No. ?00 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.)
ALL ARTICLES SOLD FROM THIS ESTABLISH?
MENT are of the first quality. We sell no goods
but what wo can recommend and warrant to be PURE
Goods delivered to all parts of the etty, free of charge.
HEADQUARTERS. ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER, ]
BURKAU HEPUOKES, FREEDMEN,
ASS ABANDONED LATOS.
.. OBABXBSTOS, S. C., December 17,1866.
[GENERAL OBSESS, NO. 25.]
L General Orders, No. 23, c e., is amended end re?
issued, as follows:
Bvt. Major A. McL. CBAWTOBD, V. B. C., Is hereby ap?
pointed "Officer in charge ot the Claim Division Of tho
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
for tho State of South Carolina."
AU communications concerning the collection of back
pay, bounties, pensions, ftc., will be addressed directly
to Mw No other persons in this State are authorized
agents of this Bureau for the collection of such clair/"'
Blanks and instructions will be forwarded by 1 ' . JO
the Acting Assistant Commissioners of this Sta. <uo
will afford .claimants the. necessary old in prope*_" for?
warding their applications to the War department,
through Major Crawford. By order of
Bvt. Maj. Gen. B. K. SCOTT,
Bvt. Major and A. A. A. Gen'L .
I OTfXlAi. ', . :
OFFICE FOB COLLLECnON OE ADDITIONAL)
BOUNTY AND BACK PAY, . - I
CHAULES-TON, 8. C., December 27,1868. J
Bvt, Maj. EDWARD L. DEANS. A. A A. Gen'L
Attention is called to the fact that this Omca ,1s-the
only, authorized medium for the collection of claims
against the Government through Government channels.
All necessary < locks and instructions will bo furnish od
to '-Ulcers on duty in this State on application to this
omeo. A McL. CRAWFORD.
Bvt. Major U. av.. Officer in Charge,
jg- Columbia South Carolinian copy and send bill to
this office. ' - - ' . Imo ' ' Jsnuaryl
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
itirSBAY, EDDY ?V CO., MANAGES*. -.3'.;
ffTO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON. KT., 1STO\ND
JL 80th each month. Scheme, 80,000 ucketa-j2T
prize?. Whole ticiots, tWl halves, M; quarters, 84.
1 WM of .?00,000 2 Prises of..,.?4^00
llrizeSL ! :?o;00.) S? Prise, of....,*L800
lWMOf . .?8,900 88 Prizes of.......$600
1 PrlSOf .. ....?000 lKfttaof.?300
220 Prises of ?300.
M Approximation Prises amounting to $13,050.
Combination Lottery drews rrsry day. Tickets, from
'cireain sent free. Drawings raslie ? as soon sa the
Lottery ls drawn. __
&->rtrss? H. T. PE-fERS, United Stiles LiconiOd Agent,
>o. A nasei street, curries ton, S>. cr Key Box 52 r'.O.
November 1* . Smfl
"}WM H. G1LL1L?NB & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
.'., "'? " ; '" AND .... . . ?.'"
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ;
. . . OFFICE NO.-S3 HAYNS STREET.
SaptemberS y ft'- ' " " .