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THTT.SDAY MORNING, I ECEMBEB ?, 1867.
-Vi' ws si. jj.vA?n:
-Gold cbs:J m Nsw York at 1SG].
-Cotton close.! ir. New York at 16 cents ?or M.d
dune; sales 4000 bales.
Cotton closed fina in Liverpool. Sales 12,000
bales. Uplands 7}.
-A Cincinnati dentist broko a man's jaw in pull?
ing a tooth, and is now sued for $3000.
-Edward VT. Dunbar, a preacher of the Gospel
in Mianosota. has been cocvictod of polygamy.
-Judge Williams, of Pennsylvania, is announced
as the author of Ute majority report, recommend?
-Tho Marquis do Gallifet and the Prince Achille
Murat have been dismissed from the French army
-A Chicago divorce caso rests on tho complaint
of tho lady that her hush: cd mada her get up in
the middle of ibo night ai d make the bed over.
-Barney Aaron has agreed to engage in a prize
fight c;: the 1st of April, for $2500 a side, with one
-Sixty thousand feet of cedar wood, intended
for ^a 1 pencils, were burned at Faber'-? factory in
New York last Friday.
-Aa'bony Trollope, Edmund Yates, and other
English novc.'isis, are following Dickens' examplo
in reading their own productions.
-It is stared that Mr. Dickens walks two miles
into the suburbs of Boston every morning, as a
-Tho Portland (Maine) Mercantile Library As?
sociation has offered Mr. Dickens $1500 to give one
roading in that city.
-Ino Paris hotel keepers have reduced their
charges sines the falling off of business, conse?
quent on thc close of tbc great Exposition.
-A oompany has besa *ormed in Augusta called
the "Georgia Fortiliz?r Manufacturing Company, !
for the pui-poso of mau .uacturing manures. Tho
capital is to be $23,00C in shares of $100 eacl
-Tho publishers of tho Savannah Advertiser, a
very lively free paper, proposo to enlarge a*"1 im?
prove their journal on the ist of next Januar j, and
charge thereafter $3.00 per annum.
-The French Government has lately given an
ordez for tbe manufactura, at Eskilstuna, in
Sweden, of 60,000 sword bayonets, to be delivered
at the end of March, 1868.
-The Prussian troops, who formerly marched
only one hundred paces a minute, now have to
make one hundre1 and twenty-the French stand?
-A military allianco is seriousiv talked of be?
tween Holland and Bolgium, with a view to tho
mutual protection of tho two countries in caso of
foreign at.'ack by France or Prussia.
-A military order, emanating from military
headquarters, detailing removals and appoint?
ments in that State, occupies six columns in the
Galveston, Texis, Bulletin.
-The manufaciuio of breech loading guns is
being carried forward in Austria with great ac?
tivity. The State orsoaala alone p. o Juco about
six hundred per day.
-Madame Mirarcon, widow of the Moxie ia gene?
ral who was ahot with the Emperor Maximilian at
Qaoretaro, has arrived with her children in Franco,
where they ia tend to reside.
-General Mahone now coatrols nearly fivo hun?
dred miles of railroad-running from Norfolk
through tbs entiro State of Virgiaii into Tennes?
-Several valuable traots of land in the country
round about Winchester, Va., Ls,ve lately been
sold to persons from Pennsylvania, who design to
re8id3 in Virgiaia.
-The steamship City of Paris, which arrived at
New York on Friday from Queeastowo, made the
voyage ia a little less than oight days. This pas?
sage is said to'ave bsea four hours shorter than
any ever before made.
-The Saltaa's j ouraey to civilized parts has al?
ready had a result. A sohool will be shortly opon?
ed at Constantinople for the united instruction of
three thousand Christian and taroo thousand Mus?
-"Prominent Englishman" in Manchester and
Liverpool are a tr.flc uncomfortable over a circular
issued from Fenian headquarters announcing that
for every Irishmaa executed, tho life of oae of the
aforesaid gentlemen will bo exacted.
-Th9 Imperial family of Russia narrowly escaped
extinot oa recently, tho heavy ceiiiag of thediuiag
room at thc Czar's Crimean residence falling just
as his foot was upon the ihrcshold, with his family
and suite following.
-Miss Mary Jane Haynes recovered a judgment
for ten thousand dollars against Isaac Harton, in
tho Clinton county (Ohio) Common Pleas Court
last week, fer breach of premise of marriage.
This is ono of tho largest verdicts ever obtained
in Ohio for a breach of promise.
Jf-The amount of geld coined at Philadelphia
during the p_s: fiscal year was $10,072,060.88; at
San Francise ? $13.223,003; of silver at Phdadel
phia, $237,400.33; at San Fiaacisco $730,048.54; of
bronze aad niciicl and copper, at Philadelphia,
81,37^,540. Total aumoor of pieces struck, 54.110,
-Mr. Dickens selects for the subjects of his lec?
tures ia Boston the following : "A Christmas
Carol," the "Trial from Pickwick," "David Cop
perfleld," '-Bob Sawyer's Party," "Nicholas Pick?
leby," "Boots at tho HollvTrce Inn," and "The ,
Story of Little Dombey." ?heje lectures have been
published ia coavenicat fe ai and illustrated.
-One ot tho California members, speaking of
the state of affairs in his section, says that the
majority of tho pa iple oa the Pacific slopo favor
the paymoat of the national debt in greenbacks;
those who hold bonds advocate tho reverso policy;
but this class is so few in number that they oxer- :
ciao but a slight impression on the general public 1
-Havana dispatches state that anothor earth?
quake had occurred at St. Thoma?, Tortola and
ether islands, accompanied with volcanic erup- .
lions, and that tho sea rose fifty feet, doing much '
damage to the shipping and buildings oa the isl
ands. Imrneaso lo?s of Mio and property aro re?
ported ia consequence. The American echooacr 1
Wild Pgeon w&3 BUU?. I
-The track of the Central Pacific Railroad has ?
been hud from Cisco to tho Summit and through ,
the great tunnel, ovor seven thousand foot above
tho soa. The first passenger car passe2 through
tho tunnel Saturday. Twenty-four milos or the
track havo been laid oa tho Ei3t side of the moan- ;
taios. Wi h a fortnight o? opea weather tho gap '
of six milos will be filled up, when a connection ?
will be ruado wita the lower track, one b-.mured (
and thirty miles East of Sacramento. ,
-Tho wife of a rich merchant in Frankfort elop?
ed with her lover to tho United States, a few 1
months since, where ho finally desertod her. Over- 1
come with shame and remorse, she vrrote the most .
heart-rending letters to her husband, imploring i
him to forgivo and take her back. He paid no at- ?
tention to her request, so, selling her jewels, sho -t
took passage to Europe, and arrived in Frankfort ,
Just in time to fiad that her husband had procured j
a divo co and married again. But he gave her an
asylum ia bis houso at the request of his second
-Dr. Livingstone's safety, reported some time i
ago by the Athntio Cable, was announced on tee j
authority of a leter written to the London Times, i
by Dr. Roderic]: L Murchison, President of the
Rojal Geographical Society. Di. Murchison says: \
"I have this day received a letter from Dr. Kirk at
Zanzibar, dated tho 28th ot September, stating '
that ho has asen a nativo trader who bas just re- 1
turned irom tho Western side of Lake Tangaayika, t
and who *avo bira a detailed accouat of having j
seea a white man travelling in that very remote
recicn." The "white man" is supposed to be Dr.
-Somo of the Badical journals r.re coming
round to reasonable views. The How York Tri?
bune, in ita msaoy article, ia rcfereaco to the ac- 1
rion of Congress on financial affairs, can seo that n
neither "expansion" nor "contraction" is exactly r
the thiag to reitero tho country to prosperity, lt c
says: "What is needed most is tho reconstruction
of the South and tho termiaatioa of the bitterness ?
growing out of the war. With thia secured, thc (
premium oa gold will fast disappear, and thera P
will spring up in Europo a demand for United
States bonds nt low interest sufficient to enable ?
the Treasury to resume specie payments with rc B
fear of aaoiucr suspension.'' s
-A Washington telegram of tho 2d inst, says : j
"Quite a 6tir has been caused here by telegrams
from tho North announcing that tho President's
message has been telegraphed to Boston for pub- c
hcation in* that 'city to-morrow morning, and in
advance, of course, ol its delivery to Cougree
and further, that c jpics ot' the message had beeu
offered for sale to tuo principal newspapers in Now
York and Philadelphia. 8ome or these papers have
rcfusod to accept tho offer ; others have purchased
copies, a:ul proposo to publish the messago to?
morrow morning. The rnossasro was given out
a*, the White House upon the assurance of all who
received copies that it should not be published uu
.;i presented to Congress. Someoody has evi?
dently broken faith, ard it is to be ?eared has, for
mercenary purposes sololy, sold copies for publica?
tion, in violation of the pledges made to tho
President. Tho object of Mr. Johuson in yielding
to the importunities of newspaper rep: esentatives,
was to facilitate thc printing of the message, and
to enable enterprising journals to get the matter
in typo, so as to put it to press simultaneously
upon the readiug in Congress, lt improbable that
an investiga'ion will be made to discover who has
been ?uilty ol' thc breach of confidence.-'
The President and Congress.
There is one paarige in the Message of Presi?
dent JOHNSON which, viewed in thc light of the
events of the past two year?, is of deep signifi?
cance. Tito President says :
"IfCotgress should pass an act which is
'not only in palpable conflict with the Consti
1 tution, but will certainly, if carried out, pro
'.duce immediate and irreparable injury to the
"organic structure of thc Government, and if |
"there be ueither judicial remedy for thc
"wrongs it inflicts, nor power in the people to
"protect themselves without the official aid of
"their elected defender ; if, for instance, the
"Legislative Department should pass an act,
"even through all tho forms of law, to abolish
"a co-ordinate department of the Government
"in such a case tho President must take thc
"high responsibilities of his office, and save
"the life of thc nation at all hazards/'
This settles the point of the suspension of
the Executive by Congress, pending his trial
by the Senate. Should such a proceeding be
attempted, it will be resisted by force "
General Canby's Tax Orv.-r.
Yesterday we published General Orders No.
139, Headquarters Second Military District,
'providing for the support of the Provisional
Government of South Carolina," and for this
purpose 'modifying" the Tax Act, passed by
the Legislature, December 21, 186G. We pro?
pose ia the present article, to point out tho
principal of these ohanges or modifications.
The tax on real estate is only twenty-five
cents on every one hundred dollar?, vice thirty
cents lase year. On capital stock of gas com?
panies, a quarter of one per cent., instead of a
half of one per cent, last year. On manufac?
tured articles, twenty cents on every one hun?
dred dollars, vice one dollar on every one hun?
dred dollars hst year. Gross sales of liquor
were taxed ten per cent, last year; only five per
cent, in General CANBY'S order. 3ugg es, car?
riages, gold and silver plate, watches, jewelry,
etc., same as last year.
Income tax upon professions increased from
two per cent, last year, to fwo and a-balf per
cent, in this. On commissions received by bro?
kera, vendue masters, factors, commission mer?
chants, dealers ia exchange or in mortgages,
bonds and other negotiable papers, five dollars
last year for every ono hundred dollars, and
only two dollars and fifty cents this year. The
tax oa premiums of insurance companies re?
mains the same, except that no discrimination
is made by General CANBY in favor of home
companies. The express companies, taxed ten
per cent, on their gross receipts, only pay one
per cent, in General CANBY'S Tax order; tele?
graph companies two and a half per cent., vice
five per cent, last year. Newspapers, taxed
two per cent, on gross receipts last year, only
pay twenty cents on every one hundred dollars
next year. On the amount of sales of goods,
wares, rte, sixty cents on every one hundred
dollars last year, only twenty cents this year.
Tax upou bank profits remain unchanged ;
so, also, income tax upon salaries, rents, etc.;
upon incomes of railroads, and grcss receipts
of hotel keepers.
Bar-rooms pay ten per cent, on gross re?
ceipts, same as last year. "For the privilege
of selling lottery tickets within the limits of j
this State, five hundred dollars per month, to
be paid monthly or quarterly in advance to the
Treasurer of the State."
The foregoing are the leading features of
General CANBY'S Tax order, upon a careful ex?
amination of which it will be observed that in
most cases the tax remains the same: in some
it is slightly, in others materially reduced, and
only ia one or two instances is it increased.
As the appropriations arc nearly the same as
last year, & compensating increase of revenue
caa oa?y be looked for from tho reassessment
of the real estate, prescribed in the 8th para?
graph of the order, as follows : "Each assessor
and each tax collector acting as assessor, be?
fore entering upon his duties as assessor, shall
take and subscribe before thc Clerk of the
Court of the District thc following oath, which
shall be endorsed oa his commission, viz : 'I,
A B, do promise and swear that I will, to the
best of my ability, execute the duties of asses?
sor for my collcctioa district, and will, without
favor or partiality, ascertain aud assess thc
actual value of the property, real and personal,
upon which an ad valorem tax is levied, before
and for the purpose of levying such tax.' "
The Tendency of "aritanlsm
Mr. CHARLES ASTOR BRISTED, of New York,
mo'e generally known, perhaps, under his norn
de plume of "Carl Benson," has published an
elaborate and well writtea brochure entitled
"Tae Interference Theory of Government."
The essay is evidently the result of much
reflection and close observation of the phe?
nomena which mark tho political revolutioas
of tho times in which we live. Mr. BRISTED
thinks he can discern in these the signs of a re?
action ia favor of what is termed "strong
government/'' naturally consequent upon aa
excessive dcvclopmeat ia practice of the prin
:iple of individual liberty. Agaiast that phase
?f this reaction, which consists in the ten
ieucy to invest governments with thc power t
"interfere" with and regulate the morals and
?ccial habits of the governed, he eDters a vig
3rou3 and logical protest. He shows the ab
mrdity of the attempts to suppress intempe
*aace, gambling, Sabbath-breaking and kindred
fices by the arm of the law, and gives a mer
ted reh^.e to the meddling. Barrow and iatole
.unt spirit of Puritnaism which is constantly
supplying fresh hobbies of the same kind to its
lealous votaries. In thc course of his argu
neat, Mr. BB?STED takes occasioa to ventilate
ais peculiar views in regard to the "Rebellion"
md its causes. The absurdity of his parallel
Dotweea the coup d'etat by which Louis NAPO?
LEON grasped the supreme power ia France,
ind thc struggle for a Southern Confederacy,
tder thc leadership of JEFFERSON DAVIS, will
rovoke a smile from every well informed
Southern reader. Still, the book is, oa the
vhole, aa essay of remarkable merit, aad, ns
he work of aa able and thoroughly independent
hinker and forcible writer, is likely to do
It takes so little ia the "flowery kingdom'
o keep soul and body together, that the Ci??
iese can produoe goods at a cost that seems
idiculously small. Three grains of rice and a
up cf water may be a rather low diet ; but,
cvcrtheless, the ingenious and quick fingered
'hi?ese caa with his earnings of three or four
ennies a day support himself and family.
A ?ot of Chinese gcods was lately taken into
^an Francisco at prices which astounded reve
iue officer and shop-keeper There were hand?
ome sets cf porcelain at four dollars the set .
?iautiful fans painted in colors, by hand, at a
ent a piece ; spades for gurdea use at tea
eats each ? and straw hat? at ? cent a piece.
some of these article? are to be scat tc the
Eastern States as illustrations of the abun?
dance of labor in China, thc marvellously small
cost ?it which all commodities of Chinese handi?
work can bo procured, and tho mull cost nt
which a family can subsist in a couutry where
labor is so cheap.
But, besides furnishing something to bc
peeped at, handled und admired, these Chinese
cheap things will be turned to another use.
Those dingy philosophers who say that the
cheaper n u:nn buys what lie wants ihe poorer
he w ill become, will sympathize most sincerely
with the dreadful fate that hangs over Califor?
nia. Thal country is so near to thc "Celestial
Empire"' that the Californians will be able to
purchase with one day's work what cost two
or three Jays' work in the land of Mandarins,
red dragons, big walls, r.nd porcelain towers.
Nay, the day's work of r-.u American will pur?
chase what in China would cost the work of
fifty days; it would give him two hundred fans,
or two hundred hals, or fifty sets of baskets, or
two garden spades. This is terrible indeed,
for if a California farmer or miner shall cover
his head in summer with a straw hat that costs
him hut three or four cents, transportation
and duty included, the fate of that region, ac?
cording to the theories of the protectionists, is
If, however, China produces any one thing
which can be produced at one-half thc prico in
California, then that one thing should be
bought of the Chinese. If U be ruinous to
buy or let in cheap goods, it mast bc n source of
profit to buy goods exorbitantly dear. If cheap
goods are to be shut out that we may grow
rich, we ought to bring from foreign countries
their very dearest goods to avoid growing poor.
It is a poor rule that will not work both
ways: and, according to the protectionists
nothing but a vigorous embargo on thc trade
with China can prevent California from failing
into the gulf of ruin.
FOK SALK. THE STOCK, FIXTURES
AND GOOD WILL of the GROCERY S rOREi outh
east corner Unity Ailey and >>tatc-street. on very accom?
modating terms. Apply a: THE STORE.
December 3 _tuths3_
LOOP FOR SALE.-THE SLOOP "BIRO,"
with all lier appurtenances in complete order. -
tons burden, will cary ten (10) cords oak wood, or 803
bushels Rough Rice. * Can be seen at Peters' .ship lard,
just North ot BeLuett'? Mill. Apply there, to Captain
Stephen Denaro, ur to GAILLARD ,v MINOT!',
December 2 mfelthsf No. 22 Adger's Wharf.
FOR SALK-A CYLINDER PRESS, IN
good order, with all the ne-cssary Material for n
Daily and Weekly Newspaper, with Type. A-c., tor a Job
ulUee. All in goo l condiUou. Apply to JONES k
JOUNsTON, Charlotta, N. C._C November 29
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON AND
RICE PLANTATIONS. FARMS and CITY PROPER
I x oi all kinds for SALL and LEASE by
CLIFFORD k MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 5G Broad street.
November 9 :'mos
FOR >ALK OR TO RENT, THE *. LA N'T A
'1IO.N on Edistj Island known as the Headquarters,
or Seabrook Place, containing 300 acres ol bost quality
cotton and provision land, and 0.:> acres in woods. On
the place are a dwelling house with 1G rooms, barns,
stables, out-buildings and quarters for 20 tami.tes; all in
first-rate order. Also, an abundant supply ut good water.
Steamers to and from Charleston land at the place four
times a week, making it a very eligible locatlou for a
For terms, apply te J. EVANS EDINGS, Loisto, or
CLIFFORD 4 MATHEWES. Charleston.
November 21 tb
rio KENT, HOUSE, No. IO COMING-STREET,
_L one door Irom Wentworth-street Apply to
J. D. ZANOOA.
December 6 No. SIS Eing, corner Society-street
TO RENT.-TWO AND HALF STORY RE?
SIDENCE, No. 23 Mary-street
U. M. MARSHALL k BRO., Real Estate Agents,
December S 2 No. 33 nroad-strect.
TO RENT, A PART OF A HOUSE' CON?
TAINING THREE ROOMS, all on thc secoDd floor,
and in first rate order. If dosirc-d one room on thc first
floor cn bc had, at No. 98 Besufain-strect Apply uN
THE PREMISES. December 3
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE TWO ST DRY
BRICK RESIDENCE, No. U Calhoun-sirect, oppo?
site Citadel Green, containing four square rooms, dress?
ing room and pantry, brick ki; chou with two rooms,
fine yard, with cistern, well of water, and all necessary
outbuildings. Gas throughout the house.
Apply to JOHN S. HORLBECK,
Southwest comer Calhoun and Meedng-sts.
FUR RENT, PART OF A DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED MANSION, in the southwestern por
Uon ot tho city, coueisting of a suite of three or lour
spacious rooms on thc first floor, with kitchen and ser?
vants' apartments. Terms moderate. Address "A,"
Daily News Office. r.'oveinbcr 19
SOUTH CAROLINA SOCIETY'S HALL,
MEEiING STREET-This Hali, admirably adapt?
ed lor the use of Parties, Public and Society Meetings,
kc, has been put in complete repair, and can be rented
at moderate t.-rms on application to the Hall Keeper, on
tho premises. F. LANCE,
November 28 tnt Clerk S. C. S.
TO LEAME FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
tho VALUABLE ESTATE belonging to tho late
Ccloncl Keitt, situated in Urangcburg District i onsist
Ing of 35oO acres, two-tumis cleared. Thc soil is rich
red clay, fine lor ali kluds of crop?. J ho Estafo is water?
ed by a large creek, on which is a FINK MILL SEAT
AND DAM COMPLETE; thc best water-power in tho
State for Mills and Factories; situation healthy ?ll the
year round. On the place are sixty laborers (freedmen),
who would contract cheaply, us they desire to remain.
The Lstcte wiU bo leased lor a term of years in one
body, or in farms to suit small capital. For terms, ap?
ply to MO WHY * CO. November 12
L?ST AND F0?ND<
IOST, OR STOLEN, A BLACK SEW
J FOUNDLAND DOG, with a Ir^s.; collar oiouud
his neck. A reward ol i iv? Dollars wit: be paid lor his
delivery at No. 78 ANSON-siREET".
December 5 3*
"VTOTICE.-OFFICE CHIEF OF RKT1SC
J3I T1VES, CHARLESTON, November 2G, 1657.-Becov
c-ied and Drought to this olhce, one Double Case GOLD
WATCH ANT? CHAIN. The owuer may recover the same
by calling, proving proper.y and paying t xpense*.
H. W. H;;.<.DRICK9,
Lieutenant and Cbiel u: Detectives
LOST OR STOLEN, A CIR DOG, AL
MOST black, wi.h a white ring urouud his neck
auu white breast. A suitable reward wiil bc paid tor his
leturntoT. F. O'SULLIVAN, No. -1 Wall street, cr ut
tnis office. November SJ
DROPPED ON THE NIGHT OF THE 13TH
November, near the Actor's entrance of the Circus
pallion, a M EUI UM-bIZ LD WHiTE ERMINE FUR
CAPE, tho two lower Buttons of White Glass, and tho
whole hued with White sils. The finder will obtain a
suitable reward by leaving it al tho DETECT! Y l 's
OFFICE, in Broad street. November 14
GRAND LODGE OF A.-. F -. M.?. OF SOUTH
AN ELECTION FOR HALL KEEPER WILL BE
held on Thursday, December 5th. All applica?ons
must be hauded to the undersigned on or bcfoie the 5th
inst. None but Master MaBOiis need apply.
^ H. s. BRUNS,
December 3_tuth2 Grand Secretary
Ladies' Mutual Aid Association,
THIS ASSOCIATION WISBING TO DISPOSE OF
their present STOCK OF UOODS, would invite thc
special attention of the public to tue neatly reduced
pri'ios of the articles sold at tho DEPOSITORY, No. 1"
The work of Families and Ho eis is respectfully so?
licito i, and all orders will be promptly und earefudy at
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DON'T PAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOU'!HERN 'IONIC. PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
iUTERS. ?in unfailing remedy for all Dis.ases ol thc
digestive Organs and the Liver. For salt by ull Dru:
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELF.BRA
?i riTteu SOUrHEBf TONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
i Ut.na, -?ii unfailing rcmeiiy for all Diseases of the
)igest:ve Organs and che Livei. 1er sale bv all Drug
i6U- iyr November 27
REMOVED TO THE OFFICE OF THF SPANISH
Consul, No 4i BROAD STREET, until further no?
ce. GEO RIVERS WALKER,
October 30 H. M. Acting Consul
WANT KD, A GOOD GERMAN QIRL TU
do gcuor.ii Housework, that can speak Enditen,
wi ?ii suitable. recuiunicndaUous. Ap. Iv at So. 28 PINCK
WA.\TKD IMMEDIATELY, A GOOD
COOK, WASHER AND IRONER, and lo mako
her-cli generally usclul about tho house. Cord roeom
meuUa.ion required. Apply in THuMAS-STREET, ono
door from Radcliffe, on weft side.
DeCf mber 5 1
1\0 RICE PI, WTEl?S.-A SITUATION IS
. wanted as AGENT ON A RICE PLANTATION' by
on* who baa twenty-four years experience in the eu ture
of ltira an I Hrcvisiona. Addi-..-- J. M. RUCKS, tiuough
Charles too Pjatofllce. 1* December f
TTrOOD TURNER AV A \ TE I). - ALSO, ONE
>> WOOD TURNING LATHE. Apnly to
P. P. TOALE,
December 1 Near the Northeastern Railroad.
CLEHK>HIi* WANTED, EITHER AS
Bookkeeper or General Assistant, by one willing
and qualified io make himself usclul. Address, stating
salary offered and nature of business, "ACCOUNTANT,"
at the Daily New.-, Office. lr_December 4
?TTANTKD, CY A RESPECTABLE "V, HITE
VV FEMALK, a ?.tuatiou na Cook, Wash;r and Ironer,
in a i rivato family. Unexceptionable references given.
Apply at No. 71 KING, bstweeu Broad aud Tradd
streets. 2* December 4
?lO^An.?'" 83MO PER Y KAR.-AN
?!)?<'JUUT,?;I;NT ls waned in every town in tho
Union to make ana sell an ar ide of daily consumption
in ever,- family. It is entirely new. Sale as permanent
us Flour. Address LOTH* COBLENTZ, Middleton. Md.
December 4 _Imo
AGENTS AVA vTED ?''OK THE "LIFE OF
JEFFERSON DAVIS," by Frank H. Allr end, of
Richmond, formerly editor of the Southern Literary
Messenger. This is a full andautheuiic histor-of the
Lifo and Public Services of the great Southon, leader,
Mr. A.friend has enjoyed unusual advantages in tho pre?
paration ol' this work, as will be apparent to all on exam?
ination. Send tor specimen pages and circulars, with
terms. Address NATIONAL FL'BLISHINti CO , Atlan?
ta, Ga. Imo* November 29
WANTED-AN AGENT-ONE CHANCE IN
each town, worthy the atteniion ot an active
business man, to take the "agency foi- tho sale ot BRAD
.sTREEi'S RUBBER MOl'LDING AND WEATHER
STRIP.-, applied to the side--, bottom, top, and centre of
doors and windows. Send for agent's circular.
J. R. BRADSTREET A: CO.,
November 27 2mos Boston, Mass.
W~A\TED.-A YOUNG LADY AVANTS A
SITUATION Uie ensuing yeer a? TEACHER in a
private family. She will give thorough instruction in
the Eughsli branches ot cducat.on and teach young be?
ginners in thc French lnn?uage. The best references
given, ajd terms mod?rale. Address -'MISS L. W.,"
care of Dr. C. B. Jones, Ashland, Hanover County, Ya.
November 25 Imo
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE, TO
sell the MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM. Sample
doz., terms, show cards, etc., sont on receipt of $2.
D. CUMMINGS k CO.,
No. 42 South Market street, B'atou.
November 25 3raos
WAISTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHER.
The subscriber, who has had eight years experi?
ence in his profession, as Principal ot Academies,
and is at p> osent Principal of Montreal Academy
in Nelson County, Ya., desires to removo South
on account of ibo health of his lamily, and
will accept a situation either in a Mule or Female
College or Academy, or in a Private School that
will vield bim a support, anywhere m Georgia or South
Carolina. He teaches-, besides tho English branches and
Mathematics, thc Latin, ore k. French and spanish Lan?
guages, and will Rive satisfactory tcst'-noniala of his com?
petency, suc?es and popularity na a Teacher. Address
E. E. JEFFERSON. Montreal, Jefferson county. Va.
November 23 Imo
MERCHANTS, DEALERS, TRADERS, OR
anybody requiring the services of an Expert Ac?
countant, will please address E. D. F., at tho Ofhce of
the Cu.vnLESTON DAILY NEWS.
November 22 15
HOUSE WANTED-A RESPONSIBLE
party wants to rent a house in the business part
ol thc city. Address conditions to "ALPHA," DAILY
> tm Office 12 November 22
AGENTS WANTED.-910 TO Sin A DAY,
to introduce our now patent sTAK SHUTTLE SEW -
l.W MACHINE Prii-e ?20. ft uses two threads, and
makes the genuine Lock Stitch. All other low-priced ma?
chines make thc Chain Stitch. Exclusive territory' given
Send tor circulars. W. ti. WILSON k CO., Manufac?
turers, Clcvclau I, Ohio. Imo November 18
A. LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.- Tho Richmond
B ...Li' tr and Insurance Company, of Richmond, Va,
IN .-UH ES LIVES on ihc most reasonable terms, with se?
Those unable to insure ars MADE ABLE.
AGENTs WAMEL in every' city and county in the
Applicants for Agencies will address
I'. B. STARKE, General Agent,
November 12 Imo Box No. 203, Richmond, Va.
WANTED, BY A LADY COMPETENT TO
teach EngUsh, French and Music, employment in
thc city. Address X. Y. Z., Daily News Office.
November 8 Imo
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
bo obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at No.
434 KING STREET, ono door above Hudson street, near
tho Citadel. 1 he Street Cars pass tho door every ten
minutes. 3mo October 7
HERETOFORE EXI8TTNG BETWEEN RIGHTER k
li \M MOND is tuis day dissolved by mumal con?
sent. CHARLES C. RIGHTER
Charleston, December 2,18C7.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER
WILL CON1INDE THE BUSINESS.
3* December 4
MRS. JOHN LAURENS'
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
ATHEL RESUME ITS EXERCISES OCTOBER 1ST,
\ V CORNER WENTWORTH AND SMITH STREETS
The course of studies ia thorough and complete. The
French Department will be conducted by a resident
Fi ench Teacher, and the young ladles '.viii be required to
speak French. For terme, etc., apply as above.
MRS. M. J, ROGERS
INFORMS HER FRIENDS AND PUBLIC GENE?
RALLY, that she has opened a SELECT SCHOOL lor
childi cn, at her residence. No. 77 Wentworth street, on
the 1st of December, .-he has also resumed tho teaching
of Music on thu Piano Forte, and respcitiully solicits a
share of publie patronage. Terms moderate.
NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT SCHOOL I
AN? ON-STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE LAURI: NS-ST
rjpHE nOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITHME?
TIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and ENGLISH
GRAMMAR arc from 7 to 9 o'clock F M
Terras-52 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
C. H. BERGMANN.
December 2 _
YOUNG LADIES' COLLEGIATE INST
nriHE EXIGENCIES OF TEE TIMES HAVE CAUSED
_L the Commissioners of tho State Normal and High
School to nsc. thc building as a Free School. Thu State
N irmul and High School, as uow organized, wi 1 t. erel' re
be trai sferrcd, uue'er the tit!.- ol' the YOUNG LA DIE: '
COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, to the commodious build.-ug
on the north sido of Geoige street. No. 28, one door west
ot King street, opuuiug OCTOBER 2d, tHe?7.
Tuition in the Preparatory Department. $19.50 per
half session, or $50 per annum; in tho Collegiate Depart?
ment, SIS pur half session, or Seit) per annum. French,
Drawing, and Y ocal Music, ure included in the regular
ex ui: e. Latin, Creek, r. .mau Italian, Spanish, In?
strumental Music and Painting, aro extra, ut moderate
A limito 3 number of Bo: rder- will be received at thc
Institute. Board, ?30 per mouth, or I3U0 per annum,
including Was.mg, Lights, Fuel. ?ti. Parlor Boarders
received at the itbovc prices. All p.'yniauts strictly in
Board of instruction as follows : Rev. HENRY M.
MOOD. A. M.. Principal; Rev. DENBY A. BASS, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics and Ancicr.t Languages; Pro
lessor LEWIS lt. OIBBS. A. M., M. D., Lecturer on
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy; P.-ofessor F.
HOLMEs. Lecturer on Geology and Natural Hil tory;
L. A. FRAMPTON, M. D., Proics-or ot Modern Lan?
guages) Proiessor WM. .MASTERMAN, Instructor in
Vocal .Mu le ; Miis MARY 0. MOOD, Instructress in
Drawiug and fainting; Mies ?Al RA M. HILL, Instruc?
tress in Euglish Branches.
Uoptcxubcr 2 mth?rao.i
NEW YOiiJi AND BALTIMORE.
CHECKS CONSTANTLY FOI: SALE IN SUMS TO
6Uit on NEW YORK aud BALTIMORE.
Apply to L. GAMBRILL.
November *9 Imo No. 7 Bread street.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
GLOBE FiRE INSURANCE COM PANI',
Capita) ^lel.oou.ooo, ?. elvi.
STOCKHOLDERS PERSONAL! RESPONSIBLE
LOSSES ADJUSTED BEBE
C. T. I OWN DES. Anent.
May IC tu7mo-? No. le Broad street
ROYAL I?MCE COMPANY
FU o MILLIONS OF POUNDS STERLING.
FIEE RISKS TAKEN ON BUILDING-:. ME Ii CH AN
OISE, AND PRODUCE.
LO?Sr? PROMPTLY ADJUSTED HERE
VV. C. iL?EE & CO., Ageiite.
COB VANDERHORST-S WHARF AND EAST BA I
November ll m iL.?
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAOIST1UTE,
HAS REMOVED His OFFICi' FROM CHALMERS
sheet to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near St
tichaet'l Alley. August .'I
_AM USE M Eas.
Lesseei and Managers.JOHN TEMPLETON Jfc BRO.,
Ol' tho Savannah and Vicksburg Theatres.
FOURTEENTH NIGHT OP THE SEASON.
This Evening, December 5.
G REAT EXCITEMENT !
Furore Unequalled !
LA ST FIVE Xl G HTS!
Last Week of the Company .
TUE LAST CHANCE TO SEE I HE SUPERB
WITH SCENERY, COSTUMES AND EFFECTS FROM
SECURE SEATS TO AVOID THE RUSH I
Curtaiu rises at quarter to 8 o'clock.
Admission $1.00; Reserved seats, $1.25; Colored seats 75
cents; Boys, 60 cents.
.girlicketa can bo procured at tho Box Office through?
out the day. December 5
TO .JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
DECEMBER 2,18G7. j
THE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOWING
persons have expired. They are hereby notified to
applv at this Office immediately and renew the same
EHTL1P KILLY, Warren and St Philip-streets.
M. RE?NOLDS, No. fi Bedon's Alley.
MARY BURKE, No. 72 Calhoun-stroet.
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Washingtou-streot.
JAMES WALLACE, No. 93 Spring-street
JOHN LEAHY. No. 214 Coming-street.
MARY HAFFERTY. Columbus and Hanover-streets
MARY CAMPBELL. President and Cauuou-streets.
P. MANION, No. C7 State-street
JOHN HENNY, No. 40 Queen-street
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 Wharf-street.
D. CONROY. No. 32 St. Phlltp-street.
P. DORAN. No. 10 Exchange-street.
P. PINKUSSOUN, NO. na East Bay.
W. H. SMITH,
December 3_ Clerk of Council.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, I
CITY HALL, December 1, 1867. J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
that thc Monthly Returns tor the Month of No?
vember past, in compliance wiih the Tax Ordinance, ra?
tified on the 2rith day of December, 18?C, must be made
on or before the liith hantant
JOHN H. HONOUR,
December 2 12 City Assessor.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL. )
CHARLESTON, November 20, 1867. J
A LL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST OCfO
J\. BER last. Those who failed to renew at that time
are not considered as having a License, and consequently
are no Auctioneers. W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, i
CHARLESTON, H. C., May 4,1867. (
nriHE KEGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
X inclosurcs, vaults, 4:c, will commence on Monda;/
next, Ot Inst. Owners and occupants are hereby require:
lo KOP that their premises aro in good condition and that
?di tilth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections will follow.
Bv order of Mayor OAILLAIU?.
C. B. SIG WALD.
OFFICE CLEltK OP COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Soction 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup*
pnes lor the year 1867," is published for the intormation
of persons selling <Jood? by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents ol this city. All such persons are hereby
notified to report at this office.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this citv by persons not residents, by sample or
otherwise" W. H. SMITH,
March H Clerk or connell}
J IKK LOAN.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, )
i ".TY HALL, Npvcmner 0,1866. j
ALI. PERSONS DESIROUS OITIEBUILDING IN THE
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of the City, un?
der "An Act ot the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City Council of Charleston to procce.l In tho wa.
ter ot a Fire Loen, with a view to aid in building up Um
City anew," are hereby notified that the form ol'appli?
cation for loans eau be obtained at thc office of the Citri;
of Council, between the hours ot !) A. M. and 2 P. M.
AU applications must bec" 'd in the above mention-il
office, as tho Committee will meet every Monday to cor
rider the same.
By order of the Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November in i.'leraot connclL
TO REOULATE TUE DBLDUINO OF DOCIS.
Whereas, The best interests ot tho city, as well as tho
convenience ol' tho shipping visiting the port, demand
that the channel of Cooper River be kept open with suffi?
cient depth of wator for all commercial purposes, and
free fron obstruction:
Ile it ordained. That in future al) mud removed lrom
any ot the city docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall be removed one hundred and titty iathoms from
tho end of the dock.
Tho Harbor Master shall bo furnished with a ccpy of
this Ordinance, which ho is required strictly to cn.'orco;
and to roport for prosecution au" violations of the name;
which shall subject me party so offending to a iii e not
exceeding ono hundred dol?ais tor each and every
Ratilledin City Council thiseigb* lay of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousa . i eight hundrel and
[L.S.J P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Surrn, Clerk of Council. October ld
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, ?
May 1867. )
The fuliowiug Section of " An Ordinance to abolish the
oflico of Spcriutcndent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
iug the Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
City of Charlc?ston Clean, t.nd for other purpose?," is
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
For tho due protection of the said contractor or con?
tractors, it isJurtlier ordained, That every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting ia any
sta cot, lane, alley, or open court, shall on every day
(sundays excepted) havo the dirt, tilth, garbage, oi other
offal, placed in front of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and In readiness for tho contractor, by tho hour ot
sc<-c:i o'clock, A. M., irom the ti ist day ot May to the
hist day of November in every j car ; and by thu hour ot
niue o'clock, A. M., ?rcui :Lo tirst day of November to
tho first day of May following. And any parson offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
ofial, in any street lano, or alley, or open court, atxr tho
hours above named, shall bo subject to a Uno not less
than two nor more than tive dollars, for each and every
offence, to bo imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May if, Clerk of Council.
io LEQULATE THE STORVOK OF PETROLEUM, ITS ruo.
DUCTS, AND ornnn INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. I. Veit ordained by t\e Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Vouant assembled. That from and after tho Ifitb. day
of June next, it shall not be lawlul to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any oilier in?
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
store or building south of Line street, in a larger .juan
I tty than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
any such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
meela ot tin or other metal.
bSO. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other In?
flammable oil or oils, when brought Into tho city by laud
or wator, may be kept on any lot or in any Duilding in
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration ot which timi- il
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
tho forouoiug section.
Sue. 3. Any person or persons violating any part ul
Hil.- Ordinance shall bo subject to a line of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in auy Court of com
peu ut jurisdiction.
liatitlcd in City Council this twenty-first day of May, in
the year ol our Lord oue thousand eight hundred anti
?L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
VV, H. SMITH. Clerk ol Council. June I!
TO PROVIDE FOR TUE LIQUIDATION OF THE INTEREST
ON THE DEBT OF TH K. CITY, WHICH ACCRUED ON THE
THIRTIETH DAY OF SEPTEMUEU LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY 1UE MAYOR AND ALDER
MEN in City Council assembled, That for the pur?
pose of liquidating the interest on the pubhc debt ot the
city, which accrued on thu tnmieth day ol September
last, six per cent, stock, obligatory on the corporation ot
thc City of Charlestoi shall bc issued under the direc?
tion of the Mayor, tu tue persons holding stocks or six
per cent, bonds ol the city, and enttled to receive the
interest accrued thereon at the time above stated, the
said stock to bear interest alter the rate of six per cent
per annum, pajablu quarterly, redeemable in thirty
years from date: J'rovuted, That no part of said stock
shall bc issued for any sum less tban twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, also, that
all sums for lesa than twenty dollars, and for fractioual
parts of a dollar, shall be paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. That the fenn of certificate, and mode cl
transfer of said stock shall be subject io the same regu?
lations as now exist in leiation to other city six per cent,
stocks ot the city.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
[L. P.] P. C. UAILLAKD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Couucil. October 25
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, (
January 3, lb07. j
13UURIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDfrR
. Lt- following Ordinance licenses nave been prepon o
ford 1 ivery trom this Office. S. THOMAS,
BEC, 1. Be. it Ordained ly tl" Mayor and Aldermenin
City Council assembled, Thai from uuu after the first dej
ol january, licenses shall be tukinioul for nil earu, dr?j,
ami wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the sam?: nianucr. and according to the same proviaici s
now nf loree in relation to carls, dray- and wagons, led i
driven lor hire, except ijuiug bonds, And each such
cart, dray ur wagon, .?hall be provided with a badge oe;.
taiuing the number thereof, and marked /Tirafe, to ie
placed on the outside ni the shaft.
see. 2. No person .-hall be taken by the Treasurer aa
surely to any bowl under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for cartu, drays, wagons und other carriage?, mi.
less he or abe be u freeholder.
msc, 3. The following shall hereafter be the rates foi
licenses tor public and ; ri vate cart.-., drays, wagons, v.-.,
including thu horses or in ul es used thereof, which slu l':
be live lroui other laxatiuu :
PVBLIi' CARTS, DRAYS, ETC., OH 1 lin I. EMPLOYED IW A til
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB HIRE DIRECT ult INDIRECT.
For every t art, tray ur wagon, drawn by oue horse ci
Fur every cart, dray ot wa;ou, drawn Ly two uor-c-:or
muli 3, ?3ii.
For every ne.ck aud carriage t ?tb two wheels, $20,
For every Lack and carrin"o wiih lour wheels, $40.
For i'cry stage or omnibus (except line ouiui'uua
with two horses, i?O.
for every tiage or omnibiii (except hue omnibus),
Jrawu by lour hui ses, icu.
Forever} truck drawn uy :vo ur more uoi^'ur mulei
For every 1 tpivs?. wa^on di a wu tty two er mure h jc.cf
ut mules, tau.
bRFAD CARTS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DRAYS, EZC.
For every bread cart or Wagon, V:
For every . art, dray or wagon, Used fur private or do.
nestle purposes, and not to be employed m the trau.--,
porting ol Hoods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
?iher commodity, tor compensation, either directly or
indirectly tor the same, shall pay fur a license thc sum ul
ffi. exclusive 01 the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this 10th day of January
|L. s.) In the year of our Lord one thousand olght bun?
dred and sixty-six.
By the Mayor. p. C. GAILLARD Mayor
January 3 W. H. SMITH, Clerk ot Council
W. E. MARSHALL,
SHH ll HAIR CUTTING
No. 31 BROAD-STREET, Dp Stairs,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December 5 Uro*
UHR ORES SALOON !
No. 114 Market Street,
ONE DOOR IC AST OP KI.VC STREET.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION IN HAIR CUTTING
SHAVING, AND DYEING HAIR, in tba la'-oat
style, and till other branches of the tonsorial art, and' s
willing to receive ah of hU old cnatomers, and the publie
HAIR CUTTING.a>> cents.
If you wish an easy shave,
Ai good as Barber ever gave.
Just call at my Shaving Saloon ;
IH cut and dress the hair with grace,
To suit the contour ol the face.
Octob?r Ul thstu2tn
NO. 279 KING-STREET.
HOT MINCE PIES EVERY MORNING.
MILL POND OYSTERS.
MILL POND OYSTER?, Stewed, Boasted and Fried,
from 7 A. M. to ll P. M.
COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE.
HOT COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE all hours of the
Day and Evening.
CAKES, UF EVERY DESCRIPTION, fresh, daily.
COCOANUT. APPLE AND CRANBERRY PIES AND
T ARI'S, MARLNGO'S TARTS, every Morning.
"BBANCBOFT'fl BRANDY PEACHES, sold by the
bottle or piece.
CREME DE FBAMBOUISES
CREME DE CACAO
COO dur?rent kinda of the finest and best FRENCH
CONFECTION ERY-the largest and best assortment in
MAILLARD'S PAR EXCELLANCE-Double Vaaills
A LA VANLLLS DES SANTE CHOCOLATE
MAILLARD PUK COCOA
CHOCOLATE CONFECTIONS, a large variety.
French, German and English Toys.
FANCY BOXES, a large variety
Work Boxes, Tea Set--, Drums, Wai Drills, China Limb
Dolls, China Cups and Saucers, Bellows Toys, Toy Wa<zon
and Carts, Tm Horses anil Trumpets, Tin foys of ovcry
description, Rocking Horses, Children's Carriages, Bas?
kets, ic, kc.
Persjns purchasing CHRISTMAS GOODS are invited
to call and examine our Stock of Goods.
December 4 2
HAR TD WARE
SAM'L R. MARSHALL
RESPECTFULLY BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
that ho has now on hand, aad is receiving constant?
ly, thu t'ollowius?
WI?L-l? he offers at \\ hou ?ale and Retail.
AXES, HOES, SPADES. SHOVELS.
COTTON AND WOOL CARDS.
SILTEN CHAINS. NAILS
SPIKES, CANAL BARROWS.
TURPENTINE TOOLS BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
MILL ANO GRIND STONES.
PLOUGHS, CORN SHELLER3,
.J ABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY.
FORKS AND CASTORS,
CAPS, MUSKETS, GUNS,
WOOD TIN AND HOLLOW WARE.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, of my own importation, au assortment of GUNS,
CUTLERY, Steel Corn Milla, i arron Ware, Sporting Ar?
ticles, A c. Will bc sold low for cash or city acceptance.
No. 310 KING-STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW SOCIETY,
SIGN JF THE GOLDEN GUN.
Dec> inbpr 'J !
STOVES ! STOVES! STOVES!
THE VER? LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOR CHURCHES. HOTELS, SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
CIMBRON, BARKLEY & CO..
So. 150 HEISTING STREET,
November 2 2mo3 Charleston, d. C.
JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. 125 Meeting-street,
Cr7E.oLi?SALE AN U RETAIL DEALER IN HAVANA
VV AND DOMESTIC SEGARS. Fine Chewing and
.smoking Tobacco, Genuine Meerschaum and Briarwood
Pipes, West India and Domestic Fruit, French Confec?
tionery, and Jellies, Preserves-.u Jar.- ami Tans; Nuts,
Frenc h Fancy UGA.T, Malaga (?rapes.
A full supply ut WILLOW BASKETS kc . Sc.
Country wrders promptly attended t>.>.
December 3 _lino
A SUPERIOR AND CHEAP
IillL SURE REDS AT POTTtkSFIELD. A SUPE
HIoR FERTILIZER. Will be sold in lots to suit pur
liaaera, at the- very low p-ice of ELYL DOLLAR* per
OB. Apply to
JOHN D. BROWNE,
On tte premisas,
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS,
OAAA SACKS LIVERPOOL, IN UNE ORDER.
a\J\J \J Landing and for sale by
December 5 thstn3 HENRY COBLA ft CO.
1 OA A BUSHELS OF PRIME WHITE MILLING.
l?vlj TE >N ESS EE CORN, now at the South Car?
olina Railroad Depot. For sale by
STREET BROTHERS 4 CO..
December 5 1 No. 7* East Bay.
QA A BUSHELS PRIME CORN, AT SOUTH CARO
tf\J\J LINA RAILROAD, for sale low by
December j_1 WEST k JONES
POTATOES ! "POTATOES !
/"CAA BARBELS HNK EVE PLANTING POTA
tJUU TOES, for sale low
J4ovember 30_ sto:Ui3_ GEO.JV. WILLIAMS k CO._
FLOUR, FLOUR, SUGAR, ftc.
LANDING AND Iff STORE.
QA A BBLS- CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR
OU\J 200 sa:ks Choice Family Flour
900 bbls. Extra Bakers' Flour
:t00 aa:!ts Extra Bakers' Flour
'250 Mila, super Flour
200 sa;ks Super Flour
600 bbls Fine and Middling Flour.
All of which having been expressiv selected for thia
market by one of our tirao, we are prepared to sell tt
lower figures than can bo had ot any bouse in this or any
other city South. '
ALSO, OX CONSIGNMENT.
10 HHDS. CHOICE C. R. SIDER, at a low price
10 hhds. Choice P. R. Sugar
r>0 bbls. Refined Sugar
200 sacks Georgia Meal
25 bbls. New Hulled B. W. Flour.
All of which willi be sold low ly
STENHOUSE k CO.,
Nos. 108,110 and 112 East Bay,
November ?jg_Corner Accommodation Wharf.
CITIZENS WISHING TO PATRONIZE A DROVER
will find MEAT at Stella Nos. 18 and 491 argo
Meat Market). BEEF, VEAL and MUTTON from 6# to
I-hi cents per lb. constantly on hand.
November 20 Imo
BALE, ROPE, BAGGL?G~AND
FOR SALE IN LOT8 TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
the Manulachtrer H. CLCCU8,
No. 57 Pine street, New York.
September 24 4mo
COLGATE & C0.'8~
THE STANDARD OF
For Sale by nil Grocers.
October 21 3mo
BOOKS, STATIONER", ETC.
IF. QTJI1T1T, "
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
No. 357 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL THE
LATEST PUBLICATIONS, such as BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, KC,; partlea living uu
town will find it convenient io give me a call, and can
rely on getting their papers regular. City papers sold
and subscriptions taken for all Papers and Magazines.
Foreign Papers and Reviews ordered for regular sub?
Particular attention paid to orders from tb attona try.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS alway* kept'on
hand. 3mo November 21
R. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
EEAL ESTATE. STOCKS, kc, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
PERTY LEASED. _
SO" Auction of HORSE8. FURNITURE, ftc, every
WILLIAM H. GILL1LMD 4 SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STREET.
WILLIS & CfllSOLM,
FACTORS. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIl'MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porti) ot
COTTON, R J CE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A R. OHI80LM
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATE?
PRIME NORTHERN WHITE PINE OF ALL KINDS,
Mahogany, Mouldings. Newels, Banisters, Veneers,
Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Oak, Doors, Sashes, Plas?
tering Lathe, Pickets, Palings, Nails, Spikes, Shingles.
The above in large assortment and variety for sale at
wholesale and retail for cash.
J. N. WOOD, Agent,
Corner Market und Bay.
October 17 thshr?mo?
NO. 37 LINE STREET
BETWEEN E?NG AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILD?
ING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTERING LATHS.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, ftc, constantly on band at
the lowest market prices,
september 12 tbsly
READ FOR YOUR INTEREST.
SAVE YOUR MONEY UNTIL YOU REACH' THE
Southwest corner of Meeting and Wentworth streets,
where R. WHITE will sell you just Such FURNITURE
as VDU want, from a CRADLE to a CHAMBER or PAR?
LOR SET, at prices that have pleased many others, are
pleasing every day, and so they will you.
Everything warranted aa represented.
Hair, Cloth, and Vam ah cheap to the trade.
Don't be kept away, and don't leave if others are be?
fore you; you will get your turn.
Southwest Corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
December 4 Imo
MAJORITY FOR CONTENTION
ALL PERSONS FOR OR AGAINST A CONVENTION
will find it much to tin ir interest hi the
OF THEIR HOUSEHOLDS TO PATRONIZE
MACKEY & BAKER,
Who have cu hand a large assortment of GOOD FURNI
NIT?RE, CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, Sc., which they
will ?ell tor cash CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER
HOUSE IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTRY.
We also manufacture to order and repair ALL KINDS
OF FURNITURE at the SHORTEST NOTICE.
The patronage of our friends and thc pubbc ls earn?
estly solicited at the
SM OF THE GOLDEN ROCKER,
MARKE? AND ? STREETS.
FROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS O*'
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, "ear Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goode purchased of our House guaranteed as re
il. W. TROST. JAMES BLACK. UKO . XTDF.R
.-. ,'.~K -ii :<uios
FUN FOR AL.L1
mULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PERSON.
? male or ten?ale, ran master thc great art wi.Ven
tnloquisni by a tew hour?' practice, makin? a world ol
un"ind alter becoming experts themselves, can teach
ofhirs. therebv makin* it a source ot Inronie. Full in?
structions sent by mab for 50 cents. Satisfaction guar.
an teed. "
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. X.
Ma? ia Ur