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THE DAILY NEWS.
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CHAR LBS TON.
SATURDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 7. 1367.
-Ge". : clo c 1 :n New York 37-r.J.
-I i Now Ye.... ? tloa aa.-ua-'3j; sales 4300 brilos
at 17^17 ;o.
-Er.uoli cfTiccis aro ro3igniag ic lirge num?
-HGU'C roora In Now York ia abundant, and to
bc obtained at icaoonable rates.
-G?ner?! Nagle, a well-known Fenian leader,
was arrestod a; Siijro, Ireland, on Monday night.
-A lo: of Angola goats nave been imported from
Asia Minor, under direction cf tho Departmont
-OJO o; Admiral Farragut's onsigns, who
?ceo tn panic 1 him to Bunna, has married a daugh?
ter of i Russian admiral.
-A youth in S.ta Francisco, desiring to inakc. a
presoa: to - pretty jarfaUor'sdiaghtar, atolo ?ring
from her lather lor that puipose.
-Tho Alta C lifor ?ia ol-j cots to the practica of
electing United States Senators solong ia advaace,
now that Oiiio is going to send a Democrat.
-Ono of tiio Canadian "Quaon's counsel'1 bas
lost h's ofneo on account, of his refusal to addi ess
the Attornev-Gcaeral as ''honorable."
-Tho .as; lineal descendant of Robespierre diod
lately ia V^oana. Ho bad papera to prove his
claim, aud siraiiRO to say was proud of it.
-The Lmiress of Hungary gavo a sum of ono
hundred florins to the Jewish benevolent frater?
nity of Gyongyos, and her namo is enrolled m thc
hst o.' members.
-A man crawled two and a quarter miles on all
fours, iu too northern pan of Now York 3tate, bet
Saturday, to win a wa^er of ton dellars. He made
the distanca in two hours and six minutes.
-A writer m the Atlantic calls attention to a
saying of Mr. Pitt, preserved by the poot Rogors,
that "all wit is tnio reasoning." Ic would be well
for thos3 wno listen to long harangues, if all
rcasoni_cr were true wit.
-Two of th 3 ladies killed at the recent railroad
accident near Cincinnati were, during tho war,
banished from Ne.v Orleans by Baaks becauso they
failed to saluto Admiral Porter and a lady with
whom he wvs wal ing.
-A California paper, spejking of the Pan-Angli
con Synod, referred to tho "piiestn. deacons, and
lady members.'* In its next issue it corrected the
mistake. rom?rKina: that lady renibora aro not
lay member*, except of tba bc. "niily."
-All thc cabmen of London have ioit their stands
and refused to go to work, because of a rosulatioa
requiring th3ra to attach lamps to thoir vehicles.
Toe sudden suspension of travel causes much con?
fusion and embarrassment.
-Tho low state of the Missouri Rivor has been
turned to good account. Tho p:oplo turn out and
dig the bo tom oi tho river for valuables lost by
tho wreck of steamboats. In ona locality large
amounts of canned moats, fruits and oysters, as
wuU cs many bottles ol wine, have been found.
-Miss Jenny Rusk, a Bal'imora young lady who
has boen studying tor several years in Europe,
maolo hor first appearance as a concert linger at
8.0 nway Hal, New York, l ist week. Leopold do
Meyer, Carl Ro?a and Mr. Caulfield, organist, took
part ia tho oatertainmont.
-Thc anti-impeachment mooting which was to
havo been held at Fancuil Hall, Boston, is post?
poned tor tho ai .eg OJ reason that tue eentixajnt
in N3v.' E-giaad is so unanimous against impeach?
ment that uo pabiic meoting for tho purpose of
oxprosoitig .bo gcac.al feeling is necessary.
-Ibo Ab?o Bauer, formerly a barefooted Civ
inshto, wh> ia,ot yjar prjaclicd tho Laut sermons
before, ta J French E ai per or and Empress with
muo'j success, bas beau appointed Cera of tho
T-dories, in room of the Abbe Laine, who remains
chief almoaor of tho palaoe.
-Vienna vagabonds by premeditate il state offen?
ces secure thoir incarceration in prison for tho
Winter, and thus rokeva themselves of the task cl
earning c living. Ono who was lately discharged
on pardon, after two mont lia' imprisonment, com?
plained loudly that hb was "cleated out of four
-Tue now bon-bon which tho Paris confection?
ers mooed iatrodacing foo tao "jour do i'an," will
bo sty.oJ ta J "Chassopot," which, sinco the late
content at Montana, bids fair to J??VC tho namo to
every novelty of Parisian origin, inducting bonnets,
mantles, peifumcs, co.ffura, sow shades of color,
and nsw.y invented dashes.
-"Old Mother Watts," as she was commonly
flailed in Baltimore, is der o'. Sbe reached hor 103d
year, and retained ber health, memory and interest
in passing events to the night of her death. In
ber yoong days she was a favorite slave cf Mr.
Thoroughgood Smith, tho Urst Mayor of Balti
.-Tho King of Sweden, whoso ho?th is daily Im?
proving, is about to pub.ish a pamphlet ontitled
"Ideas on Modern Taotic J." HO endeavors to she w
that a sm ah and good army is prorerablo to a
numerous one imperfectly trained. Tho profits
from this work aro to bo devoted to tho creation of
primary sehe els ? Lapland.
-A man at Holmfirth, England, lost hie life by
indulging in tho foolish un?ase-ent of catching
cvppa. coin in his mouth. W\.iie so engaged a
penny stuck in his throat, and notwithstanding
that medical aid waa summoned tu coin could
not bo cx:ricted. Eventually il >. ,a torced down
tire man's throat, and o-used his death.
-A Brooklyn housekeeper has discovered the
way to economizo io hard timos. HJ announces
ix s abhity to feed his family, a small ono, for $100
A year, and purpcecs todo it by giving them com
mo.t Indiin c rn, kuiled and boLcd. This pr?para
bon is enid to obviate tho bad ci?'.ct of the too freo
ose of oom moat, andie reported to bo quito
-John T. Hoffman has boon elected Mayor of
Hew York by a majority over both We od and Dar?
ling. Full returns give tho following result:
Hoffman, ?2,931; Wood, 22,832; Darling, 13,4?.
Hoffman's majority over Wood, 40,900; Iicfiman's
majonty ovor Darling, 44,466; Heifaiaa's majority
over both Wood and Darling, 21,634. Total vote
of the city, 104;223.
-All trace cf tho Paria exhibition is not to dis?
appear with tho closo of tho ?show. Tho rese' . ed
garden is to oscipe. Tho plants belonging to ex?
hibitors, which ire now being removed, will be im?
mediately ?eplaced by the horticultural treasures
ci tho city cf r'aris. The groat ia.t water aquarium
has bo.n ro. lentsbed, and al this mom*nt turbot,
pbiter, oo.s, poicos and mackerel may bo boen
-ino wholesale manner in which tho acting
xaiiit?'y satrap, Genoral Mower, ia his ambition to
on>Shcridaa Shcr.dan himself, procoadsd to mako
romovals in Texas, is best oxemphiiod by Flake's
Galveston, Tcxac; Uailotiu, which contains live so?
lid columns of removals and appointments ia that
State, made solely on tho authority and by the di?
rect order ot Mow ?r.
-A year or two sinco the poor-box at St. Mary's
Cathedral, San Francisco, wa3 robbed, and, ia
order to provent a recurronco of tho theft, E pipe
was connected with tho bottom of tho box, through
which tho contr.but.ons slipped immediately iutoa
reservoir ia the tasemeat. An Ingenious rascal,
however, reoont'y found his way to tho trut iure by
cutting ho pipe, below thc box topping it so as
to prevent tl-. rooney flowing co .v." -d extract
in? tho accumulation at his leisure when his cir
Cttmttances demanded it.
-A lotter 'rora Fort Harker, Ean^a, under dato
of November 27, 8tatos that thc Indians, now that
they havo mado poico with tno Gov ramont ap?
pear to b3 fishtin* among themselves. A few dava
previously forty Saws and twenty.flvc Cheyennes
iouzht nearly ail day within sight of Furt Zarrah
a small post about forty mUcs from Fort Harker!
homo six or 6evon wcro killed on each s.do. al?
though tho writer ad:b that as tao Indiana carrv
off their dead, it is difficult to get at tho exact
number. Ono of tho Cheyennes was left on tho
field, thc Raws havmg cut off his scslp, ears, HQ.
gera, ?tc. The victorious Kiws arrived in nb
vioiaity of For: Harker on tho 25th. and joined ?.
portioa of their trioo encamped there. Dori jg tue
late troubles tba Raws wore friendly to tno whites.
-Tho B..tmoro Gazotta cf Wednesday says:
"A rn: Jcr.ty of thc mornben ol tho Sonato ot th<o
Cnited S taloa, wau a nice appreciation of their
doserts, Lavo vof?d to st.-.ko u\it tho prefix of
.Honorab.b'Lom their names whoa enter d npon
tho Jiuraal of Proceedings. AUhoui-h thi3 act of
eelf-abasemout would socm, -t LVat blush, to
-.mack no, a Ut tie of Puritanical cant, wo aro dio
PO?OJ io robard it aa sincere, and wc do uot hesi
tate to express our admiration o: ibo men who,
knowicg fchomaelvc* ?o we!!, have had tho frank?
ness to declare, by their solem dy recorded vote,
thal they not only aro roi 'honorable,' but that
they donotdeairo to bo recognized as snob. We?
are nnite sure that tho doeisiou which they them?
selves have roaohed, will be cheerfully acquiesced
ia bv the country at largo, and that, with perhaps
a fjw exceptions among them, there will be no se?
rions attempt to rever e it."
-lae nsw eruption of Vesuvius did not come
uu oie.ieeu. Guides und volcan j-wisa people were
predioiiug it last summer, but their prophecies
were recorded as only means of detaiiiing teur?ts
and briagiuir moaoy to their pocheis. Neverthe
1:33, whoa thc eruption at length took place.
overyboJy was surprised, aud Naples was in a
stato of excitement. Tho streets were crowded
ail night with curious spectators, aud thj superin
toidcnt of th-.- ?.'atio.ial Obicrvctciy cuno pest
haste to time the mighty pulsations <-f the feverish
mountain. Ten ncwc.atjrs havo hoon lound ia
or near thc great central crater, constantly ihiow
iag out re::-hot stones cad ciadorsaud slowly
vomiting bo.h?ff lava. Thc lava pours iato thc
centra', oraier, and wh:n '.hat b.-conics ?lllod, wiil
dow dowi tao mountain c:do, as ia tao divs whea
Hercalic.eo.rn and Pompeii were buried beaeata
a ia e3 and lava. No ono ca- toil wLat will bo thu
end of tho scene; whether tho violence of 1S17,
1830 and 1833 will bo repeated, or whether this is
merely a theatrical tlispiay. Thc ground trembles,
anJ by day aad night there io tho smoko and the
flame to mart tho burams niountan as olive for
The Associated Press.
Ono of the most cfScieai, because thoroughly
organised and well managed institutions ia the
country, is the A?socinud Press. Few persons,
not professionally coanecied with newspapers,
oan appreciate the important service daily ren?
dered to the readi?g world of America by this
organisation. Ts network of agencies extends
over the whola Cuica and the continents be?
yond the 6ea. Punctually every morning the
marchant his his quotations served him with
his breakfast-and Liverpool, Bombay, Ha?
vana, Sacramento, Pavia and Alaska, ail yield
their daily quota cf news to satisfy tho public
appetite. The master-spirit of this hugo and
complicated system is Mr. JAMES W. SIMQNTON,
who, in the central office of the Association in
New York, holds ia his hand the myriad
threads of this vast machine, and directs with
admirable precision at once tho collection and
distribution of the varied intelligence receiv?
ed. The arrangements aro of a liberal char?
acter, and each newspaper in the country,
at a comparatively trifling cost, is put in daily
telegraphic communication with the four quar?
ters of thc globe.
Though thc nowa reports may not bo always
faultless, it cannot be denied that of lu.e they
have decidedly improvod, both in quality and
quantity ; and while tho Southern press is
served so faithfully, it will be slow to desert a
tried and established organization, ia favor of
any ephemeral opposition, which some needy
adventurer or discontented journalist may
choose to start.
Is cn Original American Literature a Poa?
It has been a complaint frequently urged
against American literature by English writers,
and concurred ia to a great extent by such of
our own critics as have treated the subjeot, that
it is devoid of originality and without any dis?
tinctive character of its own. They reproach
cur poets with being merely more or loss sue
cesstul L itators of their English brethren,
our novelists with the reproduction of English
novels, under a flimsy garb of American man?
ner and locale, and in every dept - meat of lite?
rature they tell us that only a faint and confused
who of English thought, Uko the mysterious
whispers of tho ancient sacred groves, is borno
back across thc Atlantic to English care. It is
difficult at first sight to perceive what it is
that tbesb censors Uvsire; and if it were not
that tho abortion is made a matter of re?
proach, and that, ou thc strength of it, wo are
twitted with want of individuality, and con?
temptuously asked whether the world is never
to have an original American literature, we
j might admit the charge. But one of the Eng
I Uah litterateurs, abandoning indefinite generali?
ties, has condesconded to inform us what is
meant by tho accusation. And tho spell that
works this result is diffused from tho pages of
a certain WALT WHITMAN, a creature who
"locates" himself somowhero in New England,
and who has published a volume entitled
"Leaves of Grass," whereby, ia theeyob of the
English critic-himself no mean poet-he has
wiped away the reproach of his people, and
opened the path to that "originality and distinc?
tiveness" which, until his appeara: -?., Ameri?
can literature so sadly lacked.
Few of cur reader?, we imagine, have seen
this book, and we do not advise them to seek
it. Tho Bpirit of Mr. SWINBURNE clothed in
metre resembling more in its uncouth, unmelo?
dious grotesqueness the wonderful productions
of Mr. TUPPER than any other professedly
sane publication, may be American original?
ity, but it is certainly neither common de.
cency nor common sen3e. A "poem" in
which, according to tho eulogy of the critic
in the "Broadway," the animal propensities
of tho body aro discussed and described with
elaborate notice of the functions of caoh par?
ticular member, may be a valuable contribu
tiou to practical physiology, but its claim to a
place in a lady's boudoir, or in thc bel'et lettres
compartment of u gentleman's library, may well
Tte nature of the subject forbids illustrative
quotations. If it bo originality io cloths the
grossest and most repulsive sensuality in words
which run io the rhythm of no known metrical
system,-if to be "characteristic and distinc?
tive" we must discard tho old alliterative rule
of "rhyme and reason," and evolve a poetical
literature out cf a WOTBO thau Lesbian filth,
and a more than Babelian confusion of words and
ideas, we think the American peoplo would gladly
defer their day of literary regeneration as
long as may be.
Meantime, to meet the critic's objections to
our literature as it slauds, we would ask the
question, Is an original American literature,
rightly considered, a possibility ? To dise?es
this question fully, would lead us far beyond
our Umiti. Bat we think the conclusion, to
any thoughtful mind, must bo that ii is not.
In all that relates to thc development of mind,
all thal creates a literature, the two nations
are identical. Tho linc of Horace, "Ccelun non
anim-im rr.xitani, qui trans mare currun'," applies
with a peculiar force to the present instance.
Our customs, our manne", our abstract no?
tions, our babils and phases of thought, are
not local, but inherited. The iudividualily of
the Anglo-Saxon mind ia marked and tena?
cious. Indeed, there are facts which go to
prove that tho law of development ia England
cad America is essentially the same, and that
the effect of colonial transplanting has been
rather to hasten the growth ii that inevitable
modiiicatiou cf law aad customs which charac?
terize all human institutions than to produce
ii or vary its nature. In every sphere of
thought this is apparent. The ileform move?
ment which is now agitating England, is only
the reflux of a wave which has had its rising
hero ; and it is a remarkable fact that the in
itances aro neither few nor far between where
statutory modifications of that great inheri?
tance of tho race, the Common Law of Eng?
land, have been adopted there kag after their
establishment ca thic side the Atlantic. The
babject, us we have said, needs a more ex
hau-.-.lvt discussion than. w? Cau here afford it; j
but ii would be rtrange if the mine?lo at !
Which we have hinted should fail of its*effect
m general literatura, when ra oneratiT K*.
few crumbs of approbation grudgiu'ly be?
stowed upon bis earlier poems by thc formida?
ble CHRISTOPHE? SOUTH, of Blackwood:
..1 fora.ive (Ve all thc blame:
/ eculd not forgive tkepnite,
Musty chris.cp'her '. "
Co-operation lu Charleston.
Tho Charleston DAILY News is the only pa?
per in this Stale which has explained and dis?
cussed thc principles of co-operative societies,
md urged upon tho people tito wisdom of their
general adoption. One co-operative socie'y has
'neeu established, and it wa? seen with great
pleasure that tho "Palmetto Pioneer Co-opera?
tive Association" had determined to organize
ind establish immediately a co-operative store.
This is n practical movement towards making
tho co-operative principle thoroughly under?
stood. Examplo will do more thau precept;
and, although thc first co operative store may
huvo to light against difficulties, it must suc?
ceed if properly and economically managed.
Indeed, there is encourng-ment fer the "Pi
oncer," in the history of every wcll-conduclcd
co operative society. A co-operative grocery
store was opened in New York about twelve
months ago, upon the principles mentioned ia a
nre-vicus article. It is now a prosperous con?
cern, has a good stock cu hand, has money to
meet all its engagements, and is supplying its
inembors at rates thirty and forty per cent,
lower than those of tho ordinary shops. In
Brooklyn the co-operativo glass cutters are
doing remarkably well; and, in Albany, a co?
operative flour society is supplying its mem?
bers with flour at nine dollars, which is sell?
ing at retail at eleven dollars, while a cc-ope
rative coal society is supplying coal at six dol?
lars per 'on, which ueually retails at seven
dollars per lon. AU these societies are accu?
mulating capital, as well ns saving the money
of their members; but the grandest results
havo been achieved in England.
Thirty co-operative associations in England, in
one year, sold goods to the amount of $100,000
each, and six to the amount of $500,000 each.
The Rochdale "Equitable Pieneers," whose so?
ciety met lately to open another new store,
had, in 1S6?, six thousand two hundred and
forty six members, and a share capital of half
a million of dollars. It sold groceries in ono
year to the amount of Si,500,000 ; and, al?
though eales were made at a trifle over net
cost, the profits of thc society-that is, the
profits of tho members, in addition to their
privilege cf purchasing-amounted to no less
iban two hundrod thousand dollars.
Thc capital of nearly all thc English co-ope?
rative sooiciies is issued iu shares of ?4,
each member being allowed to hold onl}* a cer?
tain number of share*. Nearly all do a cash
business, some give members oredit io tho
extent of their paid up capital, and a few give
credit to a greater extent. These societies
have broken up the "truck" shops which, un?
der the old credit system, ate up the entire
earnings of thc working people. Their real?
ized profits during tho year 1806, were S2,634,
078; and this proves that a working man can?
not have a better investment than tho purchase
of a ahare in a co-operativo socioty.
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with Kitchen and Kitchen Kooma ii o. sired. Ap .ly
at No. ut ?soum BAY._2*_December 7
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C A NNO.>-STREET, North side, next to comer of
KljR-itioet, cijht rooms, cistern and ?'aa.
FOUF ROOMS over our Office.
Apply to SMIIH _ MCGILLIVRAY.
Rc&l Estate Agents, No. 27 ia-,.ad-street.
Daoember 7 stutbJ
TO RK.\T, THAT F1\E COMMODIOUS
blORL, No. 23 HAYKE si KELT, vito complete
fixtures tor a Wholesale Drug lieus .
THE SMALLER STORE, lu roar of tho above, fronting
in Market-stroot. Any one de-iriug to inspect tin- prem?
ises, can hud the Ue^s at Ko. EiHaync-s nc-. I or terms,
ic., apply to L. I. Poi i xii,
Noveiuyrr30 swl Ko. 80 Wentwoi _-6trect.
TO KENT, A I?EAT AND CONFORTA
ELE 1WO STORY DWELLIXO, with necessary
outbuilding-*, and a woli of water, s:tuate on cannon,
ucer Coniiug-iucot, Ko. 23. Io ?ii approv d tonuut tho
rent will be c25 permo-th. Firfu:tner pard.ulari up
ply st No. 123 COME.NO AKD W.'.ltKLN SiR__iS.
rr O HEM, IIOU3E, No. 191 CMTJ?G-3TREST,
J. one door freni Weutwo/tn-street Apply to
J. L. Z-iKOGA,
December 8 Ko. 316 King, corner soc ci.,-strc-.t.
?PO KENT. A PART OP A HOUSE' CON.
J. TAI MK O THREE ROOMS, all on the second floor,
and in tr?t rate oidcr. If desired ono room on Hie first
fleer eau be had, st Ko. Ba DoauXain-sirecL Apply uK
1HE PREMIsuS._December 3
FOR RENT, PART OF A DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED M-\KSiON, in the couth'v'jslcrn por
uon ot in? city, coasisung of c VJ.tc oi three cr tour
spacious ro,ia? ou the tiri, floor, with kitcnen and ser?
vant*' upar>meute. 'leims moderat?. AJdresa "A,"
Dally Neus office. rovemuer 19
ITO LEASK FOR A TERM OF YEAR*,
, the VAL L'ALLE ESTATE belonging to tho Ute
Colonel Kent, tituated m oiaugoburg District, i onsist
Lug ol 36.0 aa cs, tno-thixds cleared, ibo soil ls roh
red day, lino tor kl kinds of crop:, J LO Eslato ls water?
ed by a large crool1, ou which isa FINE MILL SLAT
AKD DAM LO.'.?'LLIL; tho test water-power tu, thc
btatu 1er Mais aud Factories; Situation healey nil* th"
year round. Ou the pluce are sixty isborers ilr<iediniu),
who would co-tract ouoaply, as they Ucsirc to remain.
TL? Estate will be leas.-u tor a term ot years la one
body, or in farms to salt tandi cai toil. 1 or terms, ap?
ply to MOW iv Y a CO. November 12
OF T. 6. HEMINGWAY IK OUR ROSINESS I- COK
UN CED tor one year irom October ii, 18S7.
L. CHAPIN a CO.
Charleston, December 7,1867.
December 7 3
Ladies' Mutual Aid Association.
THIS ASSOCIATION WISHING IO DISPOSE OF
tiio.r tresant STOCK. OF oiuODS, would invito tho
special attention of tho public to tue giojfjy reduced
pri?es o? the articloa sold at the DEPoailOnY, No. 17
Inc work of Faxillei anti Ho els is respectfully so?
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Di o,tivo organs ?md ino liver. For sale by ad Ling.
DOST FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA*
1ED SOUTHERK I ONIC, PANKNIV? HEPATIC
bUT/TEtts, un uaiai.iug remedy 1er ail Diseases of the
l I^PBUVO Organs and thc Liver. For sale bv all Drug
ti ? te_
DO.VT FAIL TO TRY F HE CELEBRA*
'J ED SOUTHERK TO ^IC, PA.NKNIN's HEPATIC
Lili.?, bu Halalling romooy for cn Disecs.s ol th*
Digestive Organs and tue Liver. For salo by all L>rug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA*
1ED SOUiHEKK IONIC, P.lNKKIN'S HEPA'J IC
L.I'TERS, an unfailing r.medy- for ali Lls.OSes ol the
Digestive Organs and the Liver. 1 or sale Dy all Drug.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TE^ i OCXHLRN TONIC, P .NENIN'S HEPATIC
h HERS, au unfailing remedy for alt Diseases of the
DExeBt.vo wgans and the Liver. Fer sale by all Drug*
Kitts. IJT November 27
BHltI*H CON tit LATE
REMOVED IO TliF OFFICE OF THE SPANISH
Consul, No. 43 HJVOAD STREET, u- 111 further nt?
i?e. GEO. RIVERS WALK LR,
October so u. ai. AC?IP.K CoasuL
rjOOMSAT HH RESIDEKCF, KOETHWESI COR- I
Xl NT.R of Mest-o? md Society Streets
June ic - ;;mo
TT T ANTED - A WHITE TV ET NURSE.
?? Ref trences roanircd. Applj northeast corner of
FANDERHORSI AND ST. PHILIP STREETS.
Deco liber 7
TT'OOD BOAT TVAMTKD-WANTED. V
M si,nor that will curr from 30 to 40 cords Wood.
Apply to CllISOLM RltoTHEKS, No J:! Last Hay.
December 7 2
VTr.VVr: D,?Y ARESPECTABLE WHITE
YV Woman, a situation rn WET NCR-E. Can giro
gond references. Address WEI' NURSE, Dailv News
Ofljcc. G* D ccmbor 0
(H.KRK4I1IP WAK TED, EITHER AS
J n > ikkeepcr or Gouersl Assistant, by one willing
and qualified to make himself nseluL Address, stating
-alary o?'.red and t ature cf bush.es?, -ACCOUNTANT,"
at tito Daily News Omce. 12_December 4
(ftO?i ?A T<> S3H00 PER YEAR.-AN
??)?OUU AGEN J iTW.'-Dt d In erery town in tho
UUIOJ to raakoaud sallan ar lele ot d.iily consumption
In every family. It ia entirely new. sr.le as iwrmsnent
usl'iou'r Adaress LOUI?. CORLENTZ, Middleton, Md.
Deci mber 4_jgo
GENT- WA.TED FOIX. TBE "hlPE OK
JEFFERSON DAVIS," by Frank FI. Alltiend, of
Richmond, formerly editor of tho Southern Litci-try
Mossesgor. 'J hi? is a full and authentic history cf thc
Life and Rubie Services of tho great Southern leader.
Mr. A lricud has enjoyed unuctul uctvuutaces in tho pre?
paration of this work, as will bo apparent to all on exam?
ination, .-end tor specimen pMes and circulars, with
terms. Address NATIONAL FERLl.SHlNc. CO-, Atkin?
ta, Oa._Uno***_November 29
WANTED-IN AGENT-ONE ( HAME IN
each town, worthy tho attention ol au active
busi.1053 man, to toko tU'> agc.icy loi- the sale ot BRAD
STEEEI'S KUDliElt MOULDING AND WEAT li LB
STiiLPn, applied to the sides bottom, to,, and centre of
door.? and window*, bend for agent's circular.
J. R. BRADSTREET A CO.,
November 27 2inos Roston, Mass.
W~ AM'Ell,-A YOUNO LADY WAX TS A
sIlL'ATION thcn.suiDg year a-, TEACHEK In a
private family. Sho w.U give thorough iiistructicu in
thc English branches ot cducat.on and teach j oung bo?
gil.ners in the Treuen hnguago. The best references
given, ajd terms moderato. Addre.-s "MISS L. W.,"
care of Dr. C. B. Jones, Ashland, Hanover County, Va.
November 23 _Imo
WANTED, AGENTS EVERY WHERE, TO
sell thc MAGIC Cl,LANSING CREAM. Sample
doz., terms, show card;, etd, sent on recoipt of *2.
D. CUMMINGS A-CO.,
No. 42 South Market street, Boston.
ANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHER
Tho subscriber, who has had eight j ciro experi?
ence in his profession, as Principal ol Academies,
and ia at p>eseut Principal of Montreal Academy
m Nelson County, Va., desires to rcmovo South
on account of the health of his latr.lly, and
will uccept a cituaiiou either in a Male or Femalo
College or Academy, or in a Pilvato School that
will yielo him a support, anywhere m Georgia or South
Caroma. Ho tcacLC.-, besides the ELglish branches and
Mathematics, the Latiu, ore.k, French and spanish Lan?
guages, ana wdi ^Ive satisfactory testimonials of his com
patency, success and popularity as a 'Teacher. Address
E. E. JEFFERSON, Montreal, Jefferson county, Va.
November 23 _ Imo
MERCHANTS, DEALERS, TRADERS, OR
anybody requiring tho services of an 1 xpert Ac?
countant, mil plca.-o address E. E. F., at tho Ofllco of
the CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS.
November 22 _IB
AUE NTS WANTED.-S1U TO S?!o A DAY,
to introduce our now patent STAR SHUTTLE SEW
l.W MACHINE Price inO. lt U3Ci two threads, end
makes the gouuiue Lock Stitch. Ail other low-priced ma?
chines make the Chain Sutch. Exclusive territory gttcu
Send lor circulare. W. u. WILSON A CO., Manufac?
turera, Cloveian I, Ohio. Imo November 18
AGENTS WANTED FOR A VIRGINIA
LIFE LNsUllANCE COMPANY.-Tho Richmond
Ba...kii g and Inturance Company, of Richmond, Va.,
IN -EKES UVES on ihc most reasonable terms, with se?
Ttioso unable to lnauro aro MADE ADLE.
AGENTa WANTED m every city and county m the
App icanta for Agencies wiU ad-ircis
T. B. STARKE. General Ag?n?,
November 12 Imo Box No. 2D3, Richmond, Va.
TTTANTED, EY A LADY COMPETENT TO
V V leach ELglisli, French and Music, employment in
tho city. Aiklress X. Y. Z., Daily News Ofll. c.
November t? Imo
FOR SALE, THREE WORK OXEN AND
ONE WAGON, In good order, lor particulars ap?
ply at NO. 57 AMERICA-STREET.
December 7 1*
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS. IN ANY
q.iantity; price 73 cents per hundred. Apply nt
tho Of?ca ol the DAILY NEWS. Dccrmber 7
TO PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A largo amount of TYPS and JOB MATEBIVL for
s.le, in lots to hu it purcbasois. 'lerms reasonable, and
ca?h. Also, a Ono HAND Pl.E-S, price S35tj; an Adams'
Powor Pruas, price si oO; and a card Press, price $100.
Apply Vi F. G. DEFONTAINE, Columbia, S. C.
A T PRIVATE SALIC, THE PINE-BUILT
?L SLOOP MARYANN;40toni register, lisht draught,
bunt of Uve oak and black cypress, in Urst rate order;
sails, rigging, anchors CDuipleteaud nearly new.
Forterms of sale, which ?.ill be accommodating, apply
to MCKAY IE CAMPBELL.
Auctioneers.. No. 13'j Meeting-street.
Dcctmber 7 1
FOR SALK. HIE STOCK, FIXTURES
AND tiOoD WILL of tho GROCERY SI ORE South
oast corner Unity A.ley and Slate-strcc', on very accom?
modating terms." Apply ai THE sTORE.
December 3 tu:!.: !
SLOOP FOR SALE.-THE SLOOP "BI2'\"
with all her appurtenances in complete order. -
ion? burdcu, will cary ten (10) coida < ak wood, or 800
bushels Bough Lice. Can be seen ot Peters' ship Yard,
just North et Rai nott'o Mill. Apply there, to Captain
stephen Denaio, ur to GAILLARD A MINOTE,
December 2 mtnthtl No. 2.! Adc? r'a Wharf.
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON AND
BICE PLANTATIONS, FARMS and CIT* PROPER?
li of all kinds for SALE and LEAsE by
CUFFORD A MATI1EWE5,
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 Broad street.
November 9 3moa
L?ST AMD FOUND,
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECT IVES, 1
c UARLESiov. Duccmber C:h, 1SC7. J
BROUGHT TO iHio OFFICE, oL'PPO.-EU TO HA VE
been s.ohn, two cILVEB TEASPOONS, which the
owner eau have by proving property and pajing ex?
penses. H. W. HENDRICKS,
Decjmher 7 1st Lieut, and Cbufoi DotceMvcs
LOST OK STOLEN, & CUR DO?:, AL?
MOST black, wi b s white ring around hi3 nock
ami white breast A suitable reward will nc paid tor his
icturn to T. F. O'oCLlI. AN, No. ill Wa l 6trtet, cr ct
tLls oillee. November '.3
DROPPED ON TUE NIGHT OF TH M ?7IB
November, near thu Astor's entrance of tho Circus
P"vi:ho::, o MEDIUM-SIZED WHlTE ERMINE PUB
CAl'E, the two lowtr Buttous of WMto Oia3?, rnC thc
wholo hued with Wnito sil. . Tho Ruder wiU obttiu a
suitable reward by leaving lt ai tue DETECTIVES1
OFFICE, in Broad . trceL November 14
PAROCHIAL SCHOOL OF THE CHURCH
OF THE HOLY COMMUNION.
qpHE OPENING EELBCKEI OF THE PAROCHIAL
JL School of the Church of tho Holy Communion ?ill
bu held ut ihe Church, on iloniltxy Morning, at 9 o'clock.
Divine Service and anAdorec6 by tho Lector, with a
lew closing remarks by the Bishop of the Diocese. The
Children and Tea her.-will bc punctual in their atten?
dance at quarter to nine. Their Parents, Guardians and
the Public are invited to attend.
A. TOOMER PORTER, Rector.
December 7 sm2
J1KB. JOHN LAURENS'
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
TT/ELL RESUME ITS EXERCISES OCTOBER 1ST,
VV CORNER WtNTWOR IH AND SMITH STREETS.
Thc course ot otil?les is thorough and complete. The
French Department trill no conducted by u resident
r.euch Teacher, and the young ladies will be required to
6pcak French. Fer terms, ot.., epprj as above.
September 19 thstu
MW1T SCHOOLS NIGHT SCHOOL!
ANsON-STREET, S CARLY OPPOSITE LAUI?LNS-ST
fJIHE HOUr.S FOR THE EXERCISES IN AB?TEME
TIC, WRITING, READING, GERM VN r.nd ENGLISH
GRAMMAR are from 7to 0 o'clock P. M
Termo-S2 per month In adv-mcx
Doofc-ucepinz charged extra
C. H BERGMANN.
BO ARDS NS.
BOARDING-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
bo obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at No.
4*1 KING SiRLET, ono door above Hudson street, roar
tho Citadel. The Street Cars ?.a?s tho door ovcry t m
minutes. 3mo October 7
A SCPERB STOCK OF FINE
GOLD AXD SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
ALL WARRANTED TO RUN AND THOROUGH?
LY REGULATED, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
ia TUFA Cf ION G l'A RAS?lElJ
100 Solid Gold Huctme; Watches.?231 lo (1000
100 Magic cased Gold \Vat:hes. SOO to SOO
100 La ica' Watches, Enamelled. IUD io :>oo
200 Oold Huntiug Chronometer Watch-- ..'J?uto 3- tl
2.0 Oold Uuu?ng English Levers.SOO tu '"V*
JCOOolu ??uutin- Duplex Watches. 130 to -JIU
SOO Gold Huuung American Watches. loot? *;i
600 SUrer Huming Leven. onto )3o
500S?vcr Hunting Dupp>xes. Toto 'J.'KI
(ky ividics' Geld Watches. 50 to V*)
locouo.ci Huutiui' Lepinea. 50to 75
lu?d Misecllaijoous Watches, all Ltiids. 00 to 100
MOO surer Hunting Watches. 23 to 5tt
M'JO Assorted silver Watches. . loto 7?
ihn above stock wih be disposed ol on tho popniarone
price plan, giv.ug every patron a Ono Gold or solid ?ol?
ver Watch :or ?lu, without regard io value.
Wc wiah to Imm?diate!) dispos-c of tho above m.vruifl
.:cnt stock. fjtrUneatcs, naromg the articles, arc placed
m rcaltd envelopes, and wuii ?mxed. Holders are en i
rled to the article Uitnud ou their ccrtiticale, upon pay?
ment oi Tea Dollars, wnu'her i; be a Watch worth siuu?
or one worth le?a. The icturn oi any of our certificates
entitles you io thc arliele named thereon, upon payment,
Irrespective Of its Worth; ant as no article valued int?
u?an slu is nnmod on any eertiheate, it win a; on.e
be seen mat 'his is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate tran sactkn, which may be participated in
even by the mest lastidiout I
A single ccr.ideate win oe sent Ly mail, postpaid, upon
receipt of 23 centi, Oro for SI, eleven ior i-, Uilrty-tliice
ano eley.int premium ior ii?, sixty-tiix and more valuabl?
premium ior ?10, oi.e- hundre.i au J most superb ?alias
ior t ic. To Agents, or '.nose wishing employment, this
is a rar.- ooponuniiy. u is a legittouUe.y conducted
b03Uic?Si tiuiy acuiorizud by the Bovemment, and open
to the most careiul scrutiny I ry us. Address
WRIGHT, RUO. .V CO..
Importers, Ko. lol Broadway, .'<. ?.
THE GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER
IS PUBLISHED LYEK? THURSDAY, AT 8100 PEU
SJ., m a Iva-ice. Advertisements inserted Lt uam.i
rate;. t;. ; . ELFORD,
Moy 10 Eiitor aud Piopnetor..
CHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL SO?
ATTEND THE POUBTH QUARTERLY MEEIINCi
TA ii Evening, al 7 o'clock. By orior.
Do? mhof7 I K. D. HUISON, Secretary.
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE ?oT 73,
A.: IV. lt.:
AN EXTRA COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
?Ul bu held at Masonic Hall, 7Ai.< Ermina, ut 7
o'clock. By < riler WV. M.-.? A. S. DOUGL\'*,
December 7 1 secretary.
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
DECEMBER 2,18t,7. J
TUE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOWING
persons have expired. They aro hereby notified to
apply at this (Dili e Immediately and renew thc same :
PHILIP KILEY, Warren and St lTiilip-strcttP.
M. REYNOLDS. No. 5 licdon's Alloy.
MARY BURKE, No. 72 Calhoun-streot.
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Washington-street.
JAMEs WALLACE, No. 93 Spring-stroet.
JOHN LEAHY, No. 214 Cominst-street.
MARY llAFl'ERTY, Columbus nud Hanover-6treew.
MARY CAMPBELL, President and Caonon-.treeU.
P. MANION. No. C7 ftate-sircet.
JOHN UE.N.NY, No. 40 Queen-street.
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 Wharl-strcct,
D. CON BOY. No. 32 St. Phllip-stnet.
P. DORAN. No. lu Exchange-street.
P. PINKUsSOHN, No. r>3 Last Lay.
W. H. SMITH.
December 3_Clerk of Councd.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. I
CITY HALL, December 1, 18?7. J
NOTICE 19 HEREBY OIVKN TO ALL CONCERNED
tnat tho Monthly licturns tor tho Month of No?
vember past, in complianco wi.li tho Tax Ordinance, ra?
tified on ttio 23th day ot December, 18CG, must bo made
on or before the 13th Instant.
JOHN H. HONOUR,
December 2 12 City Assessor.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
CHARLESTON, November 26, 1867. j
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST OCTO?
BER lasL Those who failed to renew at that time
are not considered as having a License, and consequently
aro no Auctioneers. W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., Mav 4,1307. J
THE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AND
inclosurcs, vaults, &e., wiU commence on Monday
next, 6t inst Owners and occupants are hereby require-:
to see that their premises arc in good condition and thal
?al tilth and carnage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other Inspections wiU follow.
Bv order ol' Mayor 'JAILLARD.
C. B. SIG WALD.
Chief of Police.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of au "Ordinance to Raise Sup
pues lortheyoir 1607," Li published for tho inlormation
ol persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
QI ,. residents ot thia city. All such persons arc hereby
noul'iLil to report ai this office.
"Three dollar? OD every hundred dollars of all good.
sold in this citv by persons not resident*, by sample oi
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk ol Connell]
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
CITY HALL, November a, ltJGO. J
ALI. PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN T3E
Burnt Districts and Wasto Places of the City, un?
der "An Act ot the General Assembly, giving authonlj
to the City Council of Charleston to procee 1 in tho ina.
ter ol a Tiro Loan, with a view to aid in building up thc
City anew," arc hereby notified that the form of appli?
cation tor loans can be obtained at the office of the Citri:
of Council, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
AU applications must bei' 'd in the above mention <l
Otllce, aa the Committee wiU meet every Monday to cor
older thc same.
By order of the Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November IO <Uerk ol Connell,
TO REOULATE THE DREDGING OE DOCKS.
Whereas, The best Interests ot tho city, as woll as the
convenience of the shipping visiting the port, demand
that the channel of Cooper River be kept open with suffi?
cient depth of water for all commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction:
/;. it ordained. That in future all mud removed irom
any ol tho city docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
fibaU be removed one hundred and Atty tathoms from
thc end of tho dock.
'The Harbor Master shall he furnished with a copy of
this Ordinance, which he is required strictly to enforce;
und to report lor prosecution ah violations of the same;
which shall subject the parry so offending to a fine not
exceeding one hundred dol?ais for each and every
Ratified in City Council thisoisb* lay of October, in the
y< ar of our Lord one thous* . 1 eight hundred and
(L.S.| P. C. OA ILLA RD. Mayor.
W. H. SUITE, Clerk or Council. October lu
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
May 1807. J
lhe following Section of " Au Ordinance to abolish tho
office of Sperintendent of Streets ; to provide for firep?
lug the Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Couru in the
City of Charlesston Clean, und for oilier purposes," is
hereby published for the iutormatiou of all concerned :
For'thc due protection ol the paid contractor or con?
tractors, if isjurther ordained, 'lhat every owner, lessee,
occupant und tenant of any premises fronting in any
stieet, laue, alley, or open court, nhtrtl on every day
(mundays excepted) have the dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
olla!, placed in Iront ol' Iiis or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in read meal for thc contractor, by the hour ot
seven o'clock, A. M., tror.i tim hist day ol May to lbs
Ii cs t day ol November iu every y;ar . and by lhe hoar ol
unie o'clock, A. M., frc m Ute tirst day Of November to
tho Orel day oi May following. And any person oil. lid?
ing hcreiu.'or plai inc any dirt, tilth, garbage, or othci
oUal, lu any jlrcet, lane, or alley, or open court, alter tho
honra abovo uamc-d, shall bc subject to a linc not less
than Iwo nor more thad live dollar.-?, for each and every
oucnee, to bc imposed by the Mayor.
Ly older W. H. SMITH,
May IS Clerk Of Council.
IO REGULATO THE STOHAOE OF PETROLEUM, ITS Prt>
DUCTS, AND OT HEH INFLAMMABLE OILs.
SEC. L BC it ordained by Tic Mayor and Aiderrr.'n, in
City Council atsmbtid. That from ?md after tho If th day
of June next, it shall not bc lawlul to keep Petrcloum,
Kerosene, hock Oil, Bcurine, Benzole, or my Oihcr in.
Hummable oil or oils ou storage cr for sale in any cellar,
store or building south ol' Line s>reet, lu a larger quan?
tity than lilly gallons ou any one lot or premises, and
any such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessels ol tin or oder metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, its products, cr any other in
flammable oil or oils, when brought into thc city bj lan.',
or c ater, may bo kept ou any lot or in any oinlding in
which cotton is net stored, for a period not cxcccdini
twenty-four hours, upca thc expiration o; which ume il
shall be removed and kept in the nmiucr aa required by
thc foregoing section.
SEO. U. Any person or persons violating any part ?I
thl? Ordinance shad bo subject to a One or tv;o huni'.rod
dollars, lor caen oUoncc, recoverable in any Court of com
patent Jurisdiction. 1
UatiSed la City Council ttis twonty-urst day of May, ii,
tho year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred Slid
|L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of Council. June 6
TO PEOVTDE FOR TOE LIQUIDATION OF TUE INTEREST
ON THE DEBT CF THE CITY, WHICH ACCRUED Ci '?'HE
THIRTIETH DAT OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY 1 HE MA?OR AND ALDER?
MEN in City ConncR assembled. That for the pur?
pose of liquidating the interest on thc public dobt ot the
city, whieh accrued on thc tnir.icth day ol September
last, six per cent, stock, obligatory on the cori) in t:ou ol
the City of Charleston, :,hall bc issued uudu-the direc?
tion ot thc Mayor, tu tho persons holding stocks or six
per cent, bonds ol the city, and tnt.tied lo receive tho
miercst accrued thereon at thc time abovo stated, thc
said stock to bear interest alter the rate of six per cent
per annum, pajablo quarterly, redeemable in thirty
years from date: Provided, That no port of said stock
shall bc issued lor any sum less than twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, ulao, that
al! 6ums for lees than twenty dollars, and for troctiouol
parts of a dollar, shall bc paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. That the term of certificate, and mode ol
transfer of sold stock shah bo subject to thc samo reg i
luttons as now exist in i elution 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 ono thousand eight hun?
dred aud sixty-seven.
IL. S.j P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. October 25
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3, 1807. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UND tl
: he following Ordinance licenses have been pr?par?e
fordilivery from this Office, y. THOMAS,
3EC 1. ile it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder mm in
City C/uncilassembled, That from and alter tho tirst d: j
cl Jan:; ny, licenses shall be taken out for all caro, ar.j",
sud wagcus, used for private and domestic purposes, it
the same manner, and according to the same provisi:r,;
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let i1
driven for hire, oxcept giving bonds, And each sue I
cart, dray or wagon, shall bc provided with a badge cot
taming thc number thereof, and marked Private, to i i
placed on the outside of the shaft.
SEC. 2. No person shill be taken by the Treasurer ti
surety to any bond under tho Ordiuauce concerning I (.
censes for carts, dni>"3, wagons and other carnages, uo
less he or she bs a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The lollowmg shaU hereafter be the rate? .;i
licenses tor public und private carts, drays, wagon?, bc,
lUCludiUB, the horjos or mules used thereof, which s?ml
OJ tree Irom other taxation:
PUBLIC CARTS, P'-.AYS, EIC, 03 THOSE EMPLOTTD TN AM
BtTSLSEcS SN .'A . ::, FOR HIRE DIRECT OD INDIRECT.
For cvoiy curt, dr-y or wagon, drawn by ouc bor., ci
For avery cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horscFOi
1'or every hack and carriage with two wheel-, ?20.
iv. every h .ck end carriage with four wheels, Mu.
For every stage or omnibus toxcept linc oiautbi.a
With two horses, t-50.
Fer every stage or omnibus (except line omnib;a"
drawu by lour horses, ?CO.
For every truck drawn ny two or more corsee or mule J
For every express wagon drawn by two or moro horsti
or mules, ?tiu.
CREAD CASTS AND TIUVATE CASIS, DRAYS, EIC.
For every bread cart or wagon, Sf>.
For every iart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed in the trau
portlng ol soodf, ware?, merchandise, lumber, or ai,)
oilier commodity, lor compensation, either directly oi
in Itrectly lor the ?aine, shall pay for a license thc sum ol
fi, exclusive oi lue horse or mule.
Ratified in City Connell, tili-? lC;h day of January
IL. s.) iii tbs year of our Lord one thousand tight hun?
dred und sixty-six
Ry tho .Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
Januarv :i W. H. SMITH, Clerk ol Council
DIOR CHARLESTONER ZEITUNG.
.TOUN A. WAGENER, EDITOR.
YT!"DER THE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDERSIGNED
U pr pose to publish a German Weekly Paper, to be
the organ ol thc uerruau population, und devoted to the
interests of this state, m encouraging Immigration and
Literature, Agriculture, Commerce, Arts and Trade,
wijl bo represented in its columns, and the news ot the
day will he given.
General JOHN A. WAGENER baa kindly consented to
Ldertakc the editorial manugtmoot for the present.
Subscription-i3 for Twelve Months, S1.&0 for Six
Month?; si tor Three Months.
Advertisement? inserted ou lllwirul terms.
C. O. ciCKMANN j. Co..
September 25 No, 3 Broad street. Charleston, s. c.
THF. MARIO* STAR,
T? STABLISH ED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO. 18
JCJ published at Mariou, S. C.. in the ctutral port:on
oi the country, and euer? a favorable' medium to Mer?
chants, Druggists, Muchinists, and all classes who destr
to extend their business iu th? IVe Deo country.
For the benefit of our advertising patrons, wc 6h<ill In
addition to our subscription list, which is coustaiitlv in
creasing, publish and distribute, ?,-raiuitou?iv, copie? of
the STAR, during the business ?ea?ou tin* Fall.
Rates ol Advertising liberal.
W. J. McK KUALL,
November 20. Editar and Projnewr
NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE.
CHECKS CONSTANTLY FOR PALE IN SUMS TO
suit on NEW YOKK aud BALTIMORE.
Apply to L. GAM WU LL,
November 22 Imo No. 7 Bread ntreet
IlitlR DRESSING SIM!
No. Ill Market Street,
ONE DOOK EAST OP K.IMG STREET.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION IN HAIR CUTTING
SHAVING. AND DYEING HAIR, in the la'.;at
style, and ult other branches of the tonsorial art, and' 8
willing to recoivo all of his old customer*, and the public
HAIR CUTTING.35 cents.
If you wish sn easy shave,
As good as Barber ever Rave,
Just call at my Shaving Saloon;
I'll cut and dress tho hair with grace,
To ?Ult the contour of the face.
October 10 thstu2m
W. E. MAESHILLT"
SHAVING ll HAIR
No. 31 BROAD-STREET, Up Stairs
CHARLESTON7, S. C.
December 5 lo?
KEROSENE COOKING STOVES,
as free from smoke and offensive
odor as the best Lamp, and warrant?
ed to bake perfectly. For sale by
SHEPHERD ft COHEN,
No. 297 King street.
SAM'L R. MARSHALL
RESPECTFULLY BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
that he bas now on hand, and is receiving constant?
ly, tho following
Which he offers at Wholesale and Retail.
AXES, HOES, SPADES. SHOVELS.
COTTON AND WOOL CARDS.
SIEVES. CHAINS. NAILS.
SPIKES, CANAL BARROWS.
TURPENTINE TOOLS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
MILL AND GRIND STONES.
PLOUGHS, CORN SDELLER5,
STRAW CUTT' RS,
.J ABLE AND POCKET CL'i LERY.
PLA I ED SPOONS,
F^RKs AND CASTORS.
CAI-*. MUSKETS. GUNS.
WOOD TIN AND HOLLOW WARE.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, of my own importation, in assortment of GUNS,
?UTLER?, Steel Corn Hills, < arron Ware. Sportina Ar?
ticles, AC. Will be sold low for cash or city acceptance.
No. 310 KING-STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW SOCIETY,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUS.
December :i 2
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES !
THE VERY LOWEST HARKET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
? OLIVE BRANCH
FOR CHURCHES, HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MaRKET.
CAME1MN, BARKLEY & CO..
So. 1HO BIEETI.VG STREET,
November 2 2moj Charleston, S. C.
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATE?
PRIME NORTHERN WHITE PINE OF ALL KINDS,
Mahogany, M ?uldings. Newels, Banisters, Veneers,
black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Oak. Doors, Sashes, Plas?
tering Latns, Pickets, Palings, Nails, Spikes, Shingles.
Thc above in large assortment end variety for sale at
wholesale and retail tor cash.
.J. N. WOOD, Agent,
Corner Market and Bay.
October 17 thsru2mo?
NO. 37 LINE STREET
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
T UMBER OF EVERiT DESCRIPTION AND EUILD
JU ING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTERING LATHS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, ftc, constantly on hind at
the lowest market prices.
September 12 tbsly
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. WILLER.Cashier.
J. F. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.M New Orleans.
W. F. COUKERY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
Jure IV ?mo
The East Florida Banner,
C'. ALA. MARION COLN TY, FLORIDA.
T F SMITH, Editor ana PJgrieto;,
i. c DcBRTHL, Assisunt Editor.
THE BANNER HAS A LARGE CIRCU? ACTON
throughout the most populous and wealthv portions
Bnsinc?i men. desirous of Introducing their business
through that section, would do well to advertise la lu
bcnschii-ito.v, ss t vr*n.
SPABMC? A CO., Agents, at Courier Office, Charleston,
Scuta Carolin?. September 37 I
GROCERY AND MISCELLAKSOU
FIRST CARGO NEW CROP CUBA
?)?A BHDS. NEW CROP CUDA MOUSSES, TO
?Wv arriva per bark "Sarah B. Hal"." from
?MUSIS. For salo by Ul<LhY ii CREIGHTON.
J)ecember7_Nos. 143 and US ?amt Bay.
BACON, FLOUR AND MOLASSES.
TUST RECEIVED ON* CONSIGNMENT. AND PCP.
I? sale low_
10 bbl?, violasses
35 bbl*. Extra nour.
<aU and you can gel gooU barpail:8 at s, a EA .ST
December 7 C. N. AVERIL1 SON.
O^A. BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR
?*J\J 100 sacks >orth Carolina Flour
Sacks Family, Extra, Super and other craies of SlOUT
ground at "Campsen Mills."
230 b ls. New York and Baltimore Fxtra
For sale low by JOHN CAMPSEN fc CO
No. li Marketrs reit, opposite Sutt-su-eet
December 7 3
CORN ! ??TST
?I C\C\C\ BUSHELS PRIM;: WHITE COEN
lUv/U 20O0 bushels Trimo Georgia and Tennes?
2500 bushels Prime Oats.
TO ARRIVE IS A FEW DAYS,
4000 bushels PRIME NORTH CA BOLINA WHITE
CORN, cargo schooner "Jas. Allen."
For nate by JOHN' CAMPSEN' k CO.,
No. ll Market-street, opposite State-street.
December 7 _ 3
-I AAA SACKS, LANDIXO FROM BA"..K BASIN
_LV/vJvy ADELST Ul. For sal ? in lois to uit pur?
chasers, by R. T. WALKER,
December 6 4 Boyce li Cu's. Wlu\rf.
?)AAA SACKS LIVERPOOL, IN ?LNE ORDER.
?Ul/U Landing and for salo by
December 5 thstu3 HENRY CORIA ii CO.
OATS, BRAN, GUANO,
B. M. rUTLEB,
December 6 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
CITIZENS WISHING TO PATBONIZE A DROYSt
will find MEAT at Stalls Nos. 48 and 48 i ara?
Meat Mark ;t). BEEF, VEAL and MUTTON from 6>i to
12.?i cents per lb. constantly on hand.
November 20 imo
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
IrtOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASE KS, JY
' the Manufacturer H. CLUCOS,
No. 67 Pine street. New York
September 24 4mo
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
IP-TOWN BOOK il WS DEPOT.
No. ?57 KINO STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL TEX
LATEST PUBLICATIONS, auch as BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, &c; parties living un
town will find it convenient to Rive mc a call, and cut
rely on getting their papers regular. City papers ?old
and subscriptions taken for all Papers and Magazines.
Foreign Papers and Beviows ordered for regular sub?
Particular attention pail to orders from the country.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept 'os
hand. 3mo November 31
FIFTY-FIRST YEAR CF PCLPICATIO??.
PLANTERS' AND MERCHANTS1
IF O IR, 18 6 8,
WILL BE ISSUED ABODT THE FIRST WEEK IN
December, and will contain tho usual valuable
information for which it has become so justly celebrated.
This ALMANAC circulates through the Distrieta ot
South Carolina, and the States of North Carolina and
Georgia, and ls referred to tho year round as authority
on many important subjects by Piasters, Mechanics,
Merchants and Lawyers.
A limited number of advertisements will be taken If
applied for at once.
PUBLISHER, No. 61 BROA 0 STREET,
November 15 fmwlmo Chailcstm, S. C.
It. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE. STOCES, kc, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LuANS NEGOTIATED-PRO?
SS- Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, is., every
WILLIAM I GUUU1 & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STBEET.
WILLIS & CRISCO,
FACTORS, COMM SIE?COiYfS,
WILL ATTEND TO TEE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and domestic Ports) of
COTTON. BICE, LCM il LUI AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston S. C
E. WILLIS. .A. B. ?H1SOLM
j;, lober 25
READ FOR YOUR INTEREST.
QAVE YOUR MONEY UNTIL YOG KEACH THE
IO Southwest corner of Meeting and Wentworth streets,
whera R. WHITE will sell you just such FURNITURE
aH you want, from a CRADLE to a CHAMBER or PAR?
LOR SET, at prices that have pleased many others, ar*
pleasing every day, and so they wdl you.
Everything warranted as represented.
Hair, Cloth, and Vam sh cheap to the trade.
Don't bo 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
FROST, BLACK & CO., "
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
ASD MANUFACTURERS OF
OF EVEHY VAKLEIY.
I No. 73 Bowery, "cir Cauni Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS A NE TU3LI0 BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHOETE3T NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our House guaranteed st re?
it. w. mosT. JASOS CLACK- TC ESTDEH.
October 24 3tD0i
" THE IRISH CITIZEN :"
NEW WEEKLY NEWSPAPER,
FBOPRIETOB ASP EDITOH,
FIRST NUMBER TO APPEAR ON SATURDAY, IHL
I2th of October, 1867.
TJfenns by the year.W-<W
Terms for hall*year. L60
lt rm s foi fourmomhs. LOO
Clubs of 10 m the usual proportion.
Advertisements to bo lorwarded immrdiately, so a? to
be duly classified. Address. JOHN MTTCHrX,
Office ol the Irish Citizen,
No. 31 Barclay street, Now Yoik.
The Sumter News.
DAER & OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EYERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER S. U
Subscription $4.00 per annum. To Clubs of tour
?3.00 per annum. _. .
Advertisem<*uts inserted on lltjr-1 ,erms.,
The Carolina Times.
PUBLISHED AT ORANGEDURO C. ll.
mni3 PAPER CTBCULATES THROUGHOUT TK>
X middle portion o' th* 8ate' ?n(3 ** J*38'
facilities tor advertiser.-. _?? ellary 3J
" CHERAW ADVERTISER.
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE. ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS
Cheraw S. C Pubbshed weekly, by POWELL *
TEIlMi OF 8T3SCBIPTI02? :
Ono copy one year.*8 *.
BATES OF ADVEBTISEfG :
One Square, ten lines or less, ona insertion . -. i 1 00
Tor each subsequent insertion.. ;
Ali Advertisements to bc distinctly mark.-, or they
will bv published r._t:l ordered out, and charged accota
Merchants end others r.Jvernsins by the year, J h.ba,
ral doti nc tl on i a the aoove rates wdl be nando.
> even. 11 lb