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TUESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 10, 13-37.
-Gold oloaed In New York at 1S8S.
-Cotton olooedin New York atl7;eale3 1500
_ rickets to Dickens* readings are up to $35 in
-Foi ty elephants help the English in the Abys?
-T..e ^ew York Central Railroad paid $203,000
cash for "inflaonclng'' legislators list year.
-A cotton factory be ng built in Tuftsville,
Conn., is said to be tho largest in the wcrld.
-California eiec.s a Uni ed States Senator a week
Urem next Thursday. Ho will be a Democra:.
-Tne Paris Rothschild has reducoa thowagee
of his clerks because t.mos aro hard.
_A Texas paper says swee: pe-tatoos are so
plenty as to be hardly wonk harvest ng.
-The book trade in London is very dull and an?
nouncements are few. It is said that there is littlo
activity in any part of Europe.
-During the Taepieg war in Chinn, over one
hundred mii-ioj men have- perished by slaughter
-A fi-.any writer who waB asked to tako off the
"Black Crook" said he could Bed nothing to take
-German women in Pennsylvania husk corn,
taking tho husks in pay for their labor, and mako
money at it.
-lue i.mpress Eugenie is to act a? godmot: or
to aa expected add.t.ou to the family of the Em?
peror and Empress of Austria.
-In Par.8, it it? announced, oneap soup kitchens
have been openea In various quarters, for the ben
efl:of tue poorer olisses dur.ng the Winter.
-Governor Haignt prophesies that the child is
tow Irving wno will see Ca.iforaia populated with
*?c?nty uiid.ous, and San .Francisco a city witu two
million i of inhabitants.
-It is related that the Pope ' .ting a wounded
captain displayed great interest in the Chasseoot
rifle-, and had the me.nanism fully explained to
-Chicago ls now experiencing one of the most
disgusting d.vorco suits over brought. A mother
and hei daughter ar" botn concerned in it, the
daughter being the petitioner.
-Franco i-> stirring np matters in Europe. The
Prussian troops, who iormeriy marehed only ono
hundred pac-es A minuto, now have to make one
hundred and twenty-tho i rench standard.
-Tho iron masters .n the north of England have
given notioe of their intention, owing to tue de?
pressed state of the manufactured iron trade, to
make aaotner redaction of the rato of wages.
-The Zoological Society of London is rejoicing
in the possession of a walrus, recently brought
from tne Greenland Seas. Ii ia fed on sheil-fiah of
various kinds, known to form a large part of its
-Tne Governor of Tortola writes to the B*itish
Colonial Office that hardly a hut is left standing on
that lBland, and that of course the bouso tax
cannot be paid, whde tnere is not $250 in the
-One of the three negro preachers in Pope's
Convention is said to be the identical humbug
who passed himself off as Jeff Davis' coachman
in New Y'ork three years ago, and made many
.tamps by it,
-The building of what is to be the largest dock
in the world was recently commenced at Malta.
The dimensions are sixty-eight feet in length, one
hundred and four in width, and thirty-nine in
*-A miTtary sU&nae bot *jen Holland and Bel?
gium'is talked of. Those small but peaceful and
flourishing powers feel apprehensive of the con?
sequences of a war between their mighty neigh?
bors, France and Prussia.
-Wooden railways aie still in use in some por
portions of New York. The rails are said to wear
well, and if tho locomotive and oars aro suffi?
ciently light, a. speed of flfteon or twenty miles
an hour n> not unsafe,
-According to estimates based on good author?
ity, not loss than two hundred tnousand persoLB
have settled lu Missouri uur.Lg thc oaet year,
lae g.owth of our Western States and Territories
ls one of the wonders of this marvellous age.
?.Tho aroniteot of the Treasury extension, in
his report, states that tuo introduction of steaoa
and heavy machinery into the ceban, and base?
ments of tho Treasury building ie soriou ly injur?
ing that splendid granito structure by the inces?
-Of Austria's seven iron-clads, the Lissa, built
at iriest, is the most formidable Its engine is of
one thousand horse power, its plating six inohes
thick, and its armament eleven Knipp guns. It
has a total lengta of two hundred and eighty-four
feet, and a width of fiity-fivc icot. An eighth
boat is building.
-?Among reoent "strikes" is a strike of Queen
Ylotorta against the London butchers. She re?
fuses to pay them for her establishment the large
prices they bave been exacting. This ourse,
which was taken to benefit the poor, has already,
it is aa.d, produc.-d a pcrcoptiblo reduction in the
price of moats in the markets of England.
-Austria, hko ber uoignborB, ie arming. A
Vienna letter states that the manufacture of
breech-loading guns ie being carried forward iu
Austria with great activity. The State arsenals
produce about six hundred per day, and officers
from all the regiments are a:riving at the capi.al
to learn the use of this new arm, in order to serve
as instructors to tho whole army.
..-The late foroign advices indicate that the des?
pera-o struggle of the Cretans against Turkish
power is likely to bo resumed. In the late struggle
lt is known that thousands of the women and
children of Crete have been conveyed to Greece by
the United States vessels in that quarter, while tho
mea remained b.hind to maintain the unequal
contest, ibo destitution of these womeu and
ohi.dren is great, aud au organization lus been
effocted, the headquarters of wuich is in Philade.
phia, for sending aid to tho suffering Christians.
-Hon, Edward Thornton, C. B., who has ac?
cepted tho position ol Minister of Great Br.tain to
this country, is the son of tho late Sir Edgard
Thornton. He commenced bis official career
tweaty-?ve years ago as adache of the British
Mission at Turin. Since 1845 ho has been c encel?
ad with Mexican and South American Legations*
Mr. Thornton's- abilities asa diplomatist are repre?
sented aa of a high order, and his twenty-two
years of iamillarity with American affairs will
etoad him in good stead.
-It may surprise many to leam, what is never?
theless a fact, that hilly on^-third of the whole
amount of sugar consumed m the world is manu?
factured from beets ; and not only so, but immense
quantities of raw bee: sugar aro imported in Eng?
land for their refiuones, competing very success?
fully with the cane eusar from tuc.'r own colonies.
While tne boil needed by the augar beets ia very
different from the grape-growing soil, the required
Climate is identical. Much money h.s been sunk
in abortive attempts to raise it in ?he moist air of
the British Ia.ands. But in Cnbrcrma it finde a
coagonial home and already San Francisco relines
over 12,000 tons of raw sugar yearly, with a present
capacity in her foor refineries to greatly enlarge
-In purchasing that island ol- ii:. Thomas, in
tho West Indies, wo aotrn to have got a perfect
nest or nursery or earthquakes, so to speak for
over forty of tbeee "shocks" shook tho n'.ace iii a
siort space of timo the other day, during thc pre?
valence ot tho terrific hurricaua which swept that
entire archipelago. At St. Thomas the sea rose in
a moot extraordinary manner, and the little town
. was almost obliterated by tho rush of water, which
? drowned a great number of persons and des'troved
goods to a great amount. Tho people ned to tho
hills and high grounds, and many of thom wcro
anxious to leave tho island along with the Danish
flag and find a residence elsewhere. Tho little ter?
ritory has the look of a wreck, and tho Danes will
no doubt, ne glad to get seven and a half millions
of dollars for it. our war-ship, the Susquehanna,
was off the island for the purpose of getting the
trassier of it.
-The danserons power of a monoooly ia any
branch of bus.ness ha3 been most forcibly illus?
trated in New York within tho pa?t few days. An
enterpri-jirx ?rm of dry goods mea, hailiog, it
ia supposed, from Chicago, recently secured a
Jesse of the well-known premises on Uaioa Square, j
formerly occupied by the miiton doree restaurant,
cad altor titting tl up at great espouse, oponed it
as aa extensive dry goods More. Finding the uew
concern likely to interfere with his retail trade, it is
said that tho commercial autocrat of Now York quiet?
ly marked down some twenty-five pi r cont, the prico
of tho leading articles dealt in by his prospectivo
rivals, thus rendering tnti\* any hope of competi?
tion on the part of the new firm, and competing a
to close the doors of ila magnificent establishment
after a logins career of less than a month. Com?
petition out of tho way, of course prices go up to
the old figure, and up-town New York must pay
tribute at the palaco of the autocrat, or take a
break-neck journey of a milo or so down Broad?
way to supply its wants.
Cotton Culture in the South.
The restoration of the material prosperity of
I tho South should bo tho chief object of tho
earnest consideration and the untiring effort of
all her sons. With it will come tho improve?
ment of her lands, tho development of hor
manufactures, the extension of her railroad?,
the growth of ber cities and towns, and the
general education of her people; and, with
these securel, her advance to power and great?
ness will be rapid and certain. The basis for
this advancement must be an culightened system
of agriculture. We must emancipate ourselves
from the influence of obsolete forms and ideas; we
must hasten to adopt the most approved meth?
ods of manuring and instrumental cultivation,
and unite with these the resolve to perform
whatever labor the neoessi'y of the hour may
require. For a bug period in thc futuro the
South must look to the cotton plant as thc main
element of her agricultural wealth. This great
staple, which clothes more of the human family
than all other fibres combined, has here a oli
mate and soil so admirably adapted to its
growth, that, with moderato effort on our part,
neither the ryot of India, tho degraded Copt of
Egypt, the slave of Brazil, or any of the other
half-civilized rices ol'the globe, who have been
persuaded into its cultivation by British in?
fluence and capital, will ever be able to suc?
cessfully comoeto with us. The rise and growth
of the cotton culture in the States of the South,
from a mere nominal amouut in 1800 to 5,000,
000 bales just before the war, is an instance
of industrial increase hardly equalled in the
world's history. But it is high time that our
planters should realize that the present is a
critical period for the interest which they rep
resent. Indeed, every circumstance seems tu
oonspire agaiust them. The four years du?
ring which the Southern supply was shut out
from the markets of the world, have estab?
lished a foreign competition that otherwise
could never have existed. The capital of our
great ootton merchants, hitherto an unfailing
resource to the planter, hus been almost anni?
hilated by the terrible and continuous losses
whioh the fall in the value of the staple has
occasioned. All speculative demand, for the
time, being thus destroyed, the Southern
grower is left at thc mercy of the manufac?
turer, whose every interest is ndvauced by the
successive reductions which he may bc able to
secure in the price of the raw material. Con?
fronted with such a State of affaire, the South?
ern planter must avail himself of tho most
economio management, if he would save him?
self from ruin. Ho mu6t diminish the area
uuder cultivation, and endeavor, by more per?
fect tillage, to increase his average crop to one
bale to the acre ; he must employ only suoh
hands as show a willingness to do a fair share
of work ; and he must devote thc closest atten?
tion to the formation of manures at homo, eo
as to avoid tho expense of the foreign article.
The difficulties to be overcome are formidable,
but not insurmountable. With the improve?
ments in agricultural processes now al our
command, and the probable discovery at our
)wn doors of immense beds of valuable phos?
phates, a system of agriculture may yet be
established in the South whioh shall far eclipse
that which has forever passed away. The
commercial year upon which wc have entered
rill probably exhibit the full power of the
adverse forces with which we have to con?
tend ; and there is good reasou to believe that
if our people will but enter upon ihie fresh
struggle for supremacy in cotton culture with
proper spirit and earnestness, their triumph
will be assured and grow more easy with each
The Pac.fie Railroad.
The billy ancients used to prate about tho
6even wonders of the world; and now and
then somebody, deeming himself wiser? than
others of his generation, cried out "Eureka,"'
I have found the eighth wonder! But
viewed by the light of the achievements of the
present century, the marvels of that day pale
into insignificance. -vhat are the Colossus of
Rhodes, the Hanging Cirdens, the Capitoline
Statue of Jupiter, or even the Pyramids, to
the stupendous triumphs of mechanic skill we
aro called upon to chronicle almost every day.
Tho Thames Tunnel, the Menai Bridge, the
Eddystone Lighthouse, the Victoria Bridge,
the inter-coutinental ship canal at Suez, the
railroad over Mont Cenis, the Prussian needle
gun, the modern battering rams, sending mis?
siles half a ton in weight a distance of five
miles,-the atlantio telegraph, the wonders of
electricity, the cotton spindle, the lei-cylinder
power press, and the sewing machine,_these
and a thousand other inventions and proofs of
enterprise and practical skill have become so
familiar, that they cease tc excite our wonder.
Nil admirari is everybody's motto. Noth?
ing now can excite our surprise. Projeots of
bridging or tunnelling the British Channel are
talked of with perfect non-chalance ; ajrial navi?
gation, the pneumatic railway, and illuminating
our cities with calcium lights, arc mere baga?
The Paoific Railroad, now in process of con?
struction, is perhaps the greatest enterprise
this oentury has yet beheld ; yet, in this part
of the Union wo scarcely ever hear it men?
tioned. Already the iron horse rushes over
the vast Western plains to Cheyenne City, at
thc base of the Rocky Mountains, five hundred
and twenty-five miles west of Omaha, its start?
ing point on the Missouri River. Omaha it?
self, but a few years ago was an unknown spot
in u. t rackless wild, a haunt for savages and
wild animals, while now it is the terminus of a
road whioh is to f"rm the great connecting link
between Europe and Asia, which is to open to
the Old World the shortest route to China and
Japan, thus reversing the stream of Eastern
trade and travel which for thousands of years
has flowed in an opposite direction.
The Union Pacific Road, which is working
in connection with the Central Pacific Road,
on the California side, is being rapidly pushed
forward. The two roads, we learn from a
pamphlet recently published by the company,
are expected to meet at Groat Salt Lake City
in 1870, where they will firm together a single
line of one thousand eight hundred and thirty
miles in length, passing through Dakota, Utah
and Nevada, with branches from Colorado and J
Idaho There will be au unbroken line of three
thousand miles in longth, over which, probably
within three years, passengers, mails and trea?
sure will be carried iu lesa thau a week.
A Freuet? View of Kad?cnllsiji.
A writer in thc last number of the Hcnue des
Deux Xondee, in an articio on American poli?
tics, expresses thc opinion that tho end of "the
Radic?is" ia near. "In another twelvemonth,"
he says, "they will probably have completed
their work ; iu two years they w.ll, as a party,
have ceased to exist. Incy aro not a regular
party who nan loug remain in power. They
appear in the hour of a orisis to exercise a
passing dictatorship, which ?as?s as long as
.-ho danger which created it, and they quit
power when taere is nothing moro to destroy
or to reform. Thc natioa has obeyed them be?
cause it had need of their services ; it has fol?
lowed them without sharing their creed, and
U leaves th*m ag soon as they beoo:B? lhem.
selves au obstacle to its ropose"
_W A N TS._
ASITUATION WAMED BY A RESPjffiC"
TABLE WHITE FEMALE, as chambermaid and
washer. Inquire at No, 3:> KING-STREET, i'ood ref?
ero ICM can DO obtained it required. 1* December 10
VETAN TED, A SITCAT1UN BY X RESPEC
?? TA lt LE YOUNG WOMAN as Ch inibct uiiiid and
S ainstrosB m ? private family. Tho best o? reforeneea
can be given by culling at No. 73 ST. PHILIP-STREET.
December 10 -i*
Wr nTED- A SITUATION BY A WHITE.
TV girl as CHAMBERMAID ina priva'e fainilv; is
willing to malo heisc-li generally useful about the bouse.
Apyly at No. Ki BEAUF.UN-?TKEET.
UT.V>TKD, BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE
? I Woman, u situation ss WET' NUR-E. Can give
gO(d rcierences. Address WET NURSE, Daily News
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CLERKSHIP WANTED, EITIIEK AS
Bookkeeper or General Assistant, by ono willing
and qu.dilled io make himself usdul. Address, stating
salary off r. d md tatura ? f baslncaa, "ACCOUNTANT,"
at the Daily News Office. M December 4
^iO^AA TO 83u0? PER YKAR-AM
KJ+*l)\JVJ AGENi is want d in every town in tho
Uuio.. io lu.ke aud soil an ar.lao of daily consumption
in every family. Itiseutir. ly uuw. Sale as permanent
ae F.our Aureas LOUIa CUBLEN1Z, Mlddlotou, Md.
December 1 imo
AGENT* WA *TED l-'OR THE ?LIFE OF
JEFFEUSuN' DAVIS," by jj rank H. A.l:ieud, of
iaournona, lormorly cdiiur of the southern Literary
Messenger. Tins is a full and authen.ic history cl tho
Lae and Pub ic Services of the gieut suutkuru leader.
Mr. A trieud t;... enjoyed anusu.il advantages in the pre?
paration of this woik, us ? id bo apparent to all oi! exuiu
inatioa. send ior specimen pages aud circularj, anio
terms. Addreaa NATIONAL FUBLISHlNu CO, Atlan?
ta, Ga. imo* N ovum ber 20
WANTED-VA" AGENT-ONE CHANCE IN
ouch town, worthy tho attention ol au active
business man, to tako thu agoa?y tor thc colo ot BRAD
sTREEl'a RLBbEK MU CL DING AND WEATHER
SlBlPs, appued to the side-, bottom, to., and centro ol
doors and windows. Stud for agent's circular.
J. R. BUADSIRELT i: CO.,
November 2? Sinos Boston, Mass.
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY WANTS A
SITUATION the ensuing year ai TEACHEK m a
piivate famuy. auo will givu thorough instruction in
the laLgusn brancaes ot educat.ou aud teach joung be
gi_uers m the ireueu language. Tho best rafereacei
given, a^d terms moderate. Address -'MlS-> L. W.,"
care ol Dr. C. li. Jones, Asuland, Hanover County, Va.
-\\[ ANTED, AGENTS EVERY WHbKE. IO
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dui., terms, show caris, etc., sent on receipt of i2.
L. CUiLulNUS i:CO,
No. 12 soum Marnai struct, boston.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHEK
Tho subscriber, who has had eignt j e?rs experi?
ence in his proiustdou, as Piincipai ol Academics,
imo ia ai p'estut Principal oi aioutreal Acauuiu.)
in Ne?son county, Va., uca.res to remove south
accuuut oi the houltn of his lamily, ano
Will aooapt a situauou elmer in a Male or T'umaic
codent- or Aoacic-my, or lu a Private School thai
win yiolo him a suppon, any w hurt m Georgia or SouiL
calv..na. nu leaciMM) busiuus too tnglish branclios anil
juaUxemadca, mu Lauu, ore k, krauen aua cpuutsh Lan
guajeo, ulta wdi "nv sat.slide ry lesumouiaisoi his com
p-j.c.c?, auceess und popularity as a leather. .?aa.-u?.
lin ia. JII?I-L.KSUN, Montreal, Jefferson eouuty. Va.
November 23 _Imo
AuENTS WANTED-SB) TO ?-io A DAY,
to iu'.rodueu our new patent STA it od Cl I LE aEtv
MAcHiMa. Pnce ??U. It uses I Wu threads, and
IU-KOS th*, (?euuiuo Eei'.-k a.uch. All otiier low-priced ma
tunica make thc chain Stitch. Exclusive territory given
au ucl lor outwurs. W. li. WILSUM -?; Cu., Mauuluc
tur?is, Cicve?an t, Gmo. Imo N.ove-nbui- IS
AO E.VI S WANTED FOR A VIltGl.MA
LIFE INsUuANUb CUMPAXY.-Tho Ricuinout
I)a. Ki g und lusurauec Company, ot Bicumond, Vu
lN -URLS LIVES on die most leusoinible terms, with so
euri ty undoubted.
Those unable lo insure ar? MAEE ABLE.
AGLNIO WANTED m every city and county in th<
App.iconta for Agencies will address
T. B. STARKE, General Agent.
November 12 Imo Box No. au3, Richmond, Va.
-y"OTICE.-SEVRHAL LARGE ROOMSlt
jji RENT, suitable for a family or ior gentlemen, sit
u-.cd iu the most desirable locality, either furnished oi
iou Ap. ly at No, 93 BRuAD-s I BEET.
Deccia'uer 10 2*
rpo KENT, A NICE RESIDENCE, No. S
J. CAN'NO.?.-STRERT, North side, next to corner o
Kiug-street, ei?ht rooms, cistern and gas.
FOUR BOOMS over om- Office.
Apply to SM n H t MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. 27 Dr. ad-street
December 7 stuth3
TO KENT, A NEAT AND COMFORT A.
BLE iWO STUR? DWELLING, with nocesssr:
outouildlngs, and a well of water, situate on cannon,
neu.- Comiug-street, No. -ti. Tu au approved tonaut thi
rout wi Ll bo ?23 per month. F ir funner particulars ap
ply at No. L?3 COMING AND WARBEN al REE i S.
PpO KENT. A PART OF A HOUSE' CON.
A. TAI MN G THREE ROOMS, all on thc second floor
and in dat rute order. Ii desired ono room on tbe lira
Hoer eau bo had, at No. 9t> deauiam-sirect. Apply u>
FUK RENT, PART OF A DELIGHTFULLY
SIIL'ATED MANSION, iu thc southwestern por
I uon ol '.he city, couustrng of a suite of three or lou:
spacious rooms on the tiru floer, with kitchi n and ber
vants' apar'.mauu:. lenna inodciulc. Audrcas "A,"
Daily News Office. I.u?eiubor IO
rpo LEASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS
JL the ?VALUABLE ESTATE belonging to the lan
Colonel Uti.i, situated in oiungeburg District, lOnsist
lug ol S3t0 acres, t?o-thirds Bleared. Tho soil is rici
red clay, li ut ior ?i, kinda of crops. J he Estate is water
ed by u largo creel, on wh.cu isa FlNJi MILL SLA'J
AND DAM c'O.VlFLETE; thu beet water-power m the
State 1er Mills aud Factories; situation healthy ali lui
year round. On the plano are sixty laborers tfroedmeni
who would contract oheaply, M tu ey desire io reinoin
The Esuto wm bc leased tor a term oi yeais iu ont
body, or m farms to emt null capital. Tor terms, ap
ply to MOWitX ?j CO._Ntvemter 12
rpo LEASE.-TH 1? GLEUE PL.VNTATIOA
I ou ihe Wc.teru branch of Cooper Liv. r will bi
bused for one or more years tcoin tue 1st January, :?:.?
II ooutains ltU-eres oi prime Uiver ?wumg TLce Land
and about 100 acre - ol LpLuid for Cotcuu or Frovuions
The RECTORY, attached or aepaiatel , with a Tw<
Story DWELLLNei and u cc sary outbuildings, eituaiet
at tile heal waters ol the ccoper River, cout.iniug 6(
acree hi^u iauu more or icu.
.-lppncuiicna wm o. received in writing until the loll
eoember ueXi, and couci.ions made unowu by uppdeu
non to euoer ul tue suotcrioera.
W. P. INGRAHAM,
November 12 tu5 Cooper uiver.
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LI TTE rtan uutaiiiug remedy 1er ail Diseases of thi
Ligativo Organa and the Liver. For E.ii by all Drug
gi.ts _ _
DON'T FAIL TO TRI THE CELEBRA?
TED MUTHERN TONIC. PAN KN IN'S HEPATIC
BliTERS, an uuiubing remedy for ?il DJsetatl ol th
Digesdvo Organs and tho Liver. For sale by all Drug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PAN UNI N "S HEPATIC
BiTTERS, au cnfallinz r ra>dv for all Dis. ases ot thi
Digestive Organs and the Live:-. Tor salo by ull Drug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TE"? SOUTHERN TONIC, F.-NKNI./a HEPATIC
B TIERS, an unlading re^ictiy for all Diseases of thi
Digestive Organs and the Liver. For gale by all Drug
gists. lyr November 27
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL J
ANS ON-STREET, NEARLY OPPOSITE LAUBEN3-8T
rpHE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ABIT TIME
TIC, WRITING, LEADING, GERMAN andENGLIStJ
GRAMMAR are from 7 to ? o'clock P. M.
Tenue-42 per meath in advance*.
Ik>ot-keopin_,' charged ext ru.
C. ll. BERGMANN.
THE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Spartanbu.g, S. C., will ope.; October 3d, ISt?T.
Thc Pr?sident, Rev. ^. V,\ CUMMINGS, D. L\. will b?
aided by competent, experienced teachers in every de
Board for half year.?70.00
Cou-iugeut i ec. 2.00
Mtt:lc and ali the Ornamental Branches very low.
Those wishing io patronize iue aohool will picoso ad?
dress me Pre eid-?ut. Itu August 9
.Hits. JOHN LAURENS'
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES
\T/ILL RESUME ITS LXERCI8ES OCTOBER 1ST,
? V CORNER WENTWOB TH AND SMITH STREETS.
The course ot ituc'Jeti is thorough uud completo. Thc
French Department will bc conducted by a resident
Fiench Tea. her, and the young ladies ?ill be required to
epeak T^rencu. Tdr terms, etc., apolv as above,
september 19 thstu
OF T. S. HEMINGWAY IN OUR BUSINESS I^ CON
IIN0ED ior oue year irom october 16,18d7.
L. CHAPIN ti CO.
Charleston, December 7, iee:
December 7 g
i T PRIT AT K SALE-PKAV IN ST. PHIL.
.A. I? 'S CHURCH.-That desirable rEW, No. 80,
North Aisi,'. Apply at IMS OFFICE.
December io tutbsf.
ITRIVATK SALITOF A SLPKRIOR 7-OC
T.YVi: PIANO, of Baker lc Raven's manufacture.
Apply ?o McKAY S CAMPBELL,
December 10 No. iso Moeting Btrcct.
FOR SALK, OH) NEWSfPAPEBS, I.\ ANY
quantity; price T.i cents per hundred. Apply nt
tuc Office cl the DAILY MEWS._Dec mb r 7
TO PUBLISH KRS A-VD ?IO I' lt X A LI <TS. -
A largo amouut of TYPV. and JOB MATERIAL for
sale, in lois to suit purchase!s. Terms reasonable, and
canb. Also, a fine HAND l'KE->8, price S2?U; an Adams'
Power Pres?, price SIMIO; and a Card Press, price $100.
Apply M F. t>. DEFONTAUNE, Columbia, S. C.
SKA ISLAND A.\LTCPLAND COTTON AND
Bli ll PLANTAI IONS. FABMS and OTTO PROPER
TV of all kinds for SALE aud LEASE by
CLIFFORD A MATH EWES,
Beal Estate Agent?, No. CO Broad street.
November 0 3mos
BOAROISG.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
bo oblaiu^J. ai reasonable rates, by applying at No,
1.1 KINO STREET, oue door above Hudson street, near
thc Citadel. Ibo Streo! Cars pass Hie door every ten
minutes. 3-ao October 7
TO JI NK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNC.L, )
DECEMBER 2,1807. J
THE jrNK-SHCP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOWING
perseus have expired. They are hereby uotiflod to
applv nt this Ofu c immediately und renew thc same :
PHILIP ULEY, Warren und St. PhUip-street?.
M. REi'NOLUS, No. 5 Bcdon's Alley.
MARY BERKE, No. 72 (\ilhoun-8troot.
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 21 Washiugton-street.
J \MEs WALLACE, No. 05 spring-street.
JOHN LE '.HY, No. 211 Cumimr-sireet.
MARY HAFFKRTY, columbus and Hanover-streets.
MARY CAMPBELL. President and Cannon-streets.
P. MANION, No. 57 .-tate-sireet.
JOHN HENNY. No. IC Quoen-strcet.
JAMES BARRY, No. IO iv'hori-strcet.
D CON HOY, No. 39 St. Philip-street.
P. BORAN, No. lu Excliange-strcet.
P. PINKUsSOHN, No. 63 East Bay.
W. H. SMITH.
December 3 Clerk of Council.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, 1
CITY HALL, December 1, 1807. )
ATOTICE IS HEREBY ulVKN IO ALL CONCERNED
.Li tjat tho Monthly Returns ior thc Month of No?
vember past, iu compliance wida tho Tax Ordinance, ra
ti?ed on tuc 28th day ot December, 1806, must bo made
on or beiore the 15th instant.
JOHN H. HONOUR,
Decomber 2 12 City Assessor.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHARLESTON, Novomber 26, 1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST OCTO?
BER last. Thoso who failed to rcuew at that time
are not considered as having a Liconse, aud consequently
are no Auctioneers. W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
CILABLESTOS, S. C., May 4, ld07. J
TBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS ANL
inclouurcB, vaults, Atc, wiU commence on Mondai
nett, 0:n inst. Owners and occupants aro hereby required
io sec that their premises arc in good condition and that
tJI tilth and naruage is removcu as required by Ordi?
nance. Otuer inspections will follow.
Bv order of Mayor (TAILLABD.
C. H. SIG WALD.
_Chief of Police.
OFFICE CLKBK OF COUNC1L.-THE FOLLOWING
clauso of Section 1 of an "Qrdinsnce to Baise Sup
plies lor tiioyoar 1607," is published for the information
oi persons sel'Iug 'joodr- by samplo or othorwisc, who are
uot residents oi this city. All such persons ure hereby
notified tn report ai this office.
Three dollars' on every hundred dollars of all good?
sold in this city by persons not rendent*, by sample oi
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk or Connell]
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
C:TT UAIX, November 9,10C6. J
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN THE
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of the City, un?
der "An Act ol the General Assembly, giving authonij
to tho City Council of Charleston to proceed in the ma.,
ter ol a Fire Loan, with a view to sid iu building up Um
City anew," are hereby notified that the form of appli?
cation tor loans can bc obtained at the olficc ol the Clexi
Of Council, between the houes ol 9 A. M. aud 2 P. M.
All applications must bcd* 'd In the above mention-tl
otllce, as tho Committee win meet ever;' Monday to cor
.ider the same.
By order of the Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November 10 derk ot Council.
TO EEQULATE THE DBEDOIXO OF DOCKS.
IVhereat, Tho best interests ot the city, as woll as the
convenience of Che shipping visiting thu port, demand
that thu channel of Cooper River be kept open with suffi?
cient depth of water for all commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction:
Be it ordained, That in future all mud removod irom
any of the city docks by dredge machinen, or othorwisc,
shall be removed one hundrxl and titty lathoms from
ihe end of thu dock.
The Harbor Master shall be furnished with a copy oi
this Ordinance, which he is required strictly to enforce;
and to report lor prosocuttou ah violations of the same;
which shall subject tho party BO o?cnilng to a tine not
exceeding ono hundred dol?ais tor each nud every
Ratified in Ci'j Council tine eigb* lay o? October, in the
year of our Lord ono thoura . 1 eight hundred and
[L.S.] P. C. G AILLA BD, Mayor.
W. H. SJkUTH, Clerk of Council. October 18
9mcE CLEM OF COUNCIL, l
May 18C7. J
The following Poctton of " An Ordiuaacu to abolish tho
office of Sperlntendent of Streets ; to pr?vido lor Keep
lug the Streets* Lanes, Alleys, ami open Courts in tho
City of Charleston Clean, and lor ether purposes," is
hereby published lor tho information ol'all concerned :
For th?* due protection ol thu taid contractor or con?
tractors, il it further ordained, lhat e\ery owner, lessee,
occupant und tenant oi any premises irouliug in any
stieet, lour, uiley, or open court, ?bill ou every day
(Mindays excepted) have the dirt, tilth, garbage, or otuer
otful, placed in front of his or her lot, in u barrel, box or
heap, and In r?admets for thu contractor, by the hour ot
ie.vu o'clock, A. M., irom the hist day ol May to tho
first day of November in every year ; and by thc hour ol
mue o'clock, A. M., frc m tho Ursi day cf November to
th? iii -1 day of May following. And au., person otfend
ing herein, or placinc any dirt, nlth, garbage, or other
Offal, In uuy street, lace, or alley, or open court, alter the
hours above uumud, .hall be subject to a line not less
than two nor more than ti ve dollars, for each and every
otlonce, to bc imposed by tho Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May 16 Clerk of Council.
AN ORDIN ANCE
TO KEOCLATE TUE BTORAOE OF l'ETBOLEUM, ITS ITO
?CCIS, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SLC. L te it ordained by Vie Mayor and Aldermen, in
City Council assembled, That from and after tho 15th day
of June next, it shall uot bc luwtul to keep Petroleum,
Kcroseue, bock oil, benzine, Benzole, or any other in
(laniLuable oil or oils on storage or for salo in any cellar,
etoie or building south of Line street, in u larger quan?
tity than lift y gallons on any onu lot or premises, und
uuy such quantity so kept oi ctoreu shall bu contained in
veoscls ot tin or oilier metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oili, when brought mto the city by laud
or water, may be kept on any lot or in any otulding in
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration ol wbicn timi- il
shall be removed and kept in clio manner as required by
the foregoiug section.
SEC. 3. Any person or perseus violating any part ul
th:? Orclinauce shall be subjoct to a Une of two hundred
dollurc, lor each offence, recoverable iu any Court of con*
Itsti?ed in City Council this twenty-iirstdayofMay.it.
tho year oi our Lord one thousand eight hundred ami
,'L.s.) P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W, U. SMITH. Clerk of Council. June ii
TO PROVIDE FOB THE LIQUIDATION OF THE INTEREST
ON THE DEBT OF THE CITT. WHICH ACCBUED ON THE
XBBXISXB DAT or SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY iHE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN in City Council assembled, That for the pur?
pose 3f liquidating the interest on the public debt oi the
city, which uccrued on thc tnlr.ioth day ol September
last, tix per cent, stock, ooi gatory on the corp.?ration ol
the City of Charleston, shall be issued under the direc?
tion ol the Mayor, u the persons holding stocks or six
per cent, louds ol the city, und eut.tied to receive thc
interest accrued thereon ut thc time above stated, thc
said stock to bear intersit alter the rate of six per cent,
per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable in thirty
years fruin date: Provided, met no purl of sold stock
sh .li b? lBi-acJ for any sum less taau twenty dollars, oi?
ler any tracuouul part of a dollar: Provided, alco, that
BU Slims for leca than tweuti dollars, und for fractional
parts of a dollar, shall bo paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. That the Rm of certificate, end mode oi
transfer of said stock shall bc subject to the Bamo regu?
lations as now exist in i elation to ether city six per cent,
stccks ot the city.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second doy of Octo?
ber, in the year o; our Lord ona thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
[L. B.J P. C. GAILLARD, Mayer.
W. H, SMirn, Clerk of Council. October 25
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3,18C7. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IHAI UNDER
. he following Ordinance li enscs have been p repa rt j
fordi livery trom this Olficc. S. THOMAS,
Sec. 1. Bi it Ordained by the Mayor and A!d<-rm<-nni
Cuy Camncuttssembtti, That from LUU after the ?rst dr.)
ul Januar)', licenses ehaU bo taken out for all cans, ?r;.\,
?iud wagons, used for private .?nd domestic purposes, t.
the same mauner, and according to thu same pru vis! cc?
now of loree in relation to carts, drays und wagons, loti t
.iri\cn far hire, except giving bends, And each sn, 1,
cart, dray or wagon, eiiall bj provided with a badge cv.;.
taming the number thereof, ucl marked Priv?le, to i
placed on tb* ouisice ol the shalt.
SEC. 2. No person ?hall be taken by the Treasurer ca
luttiy to any bond under lue Ouranee couvoruiuit li?
censes for carta, drays, wagons and other carnages, u..
ioss ne or bhe bo a freeholder.
SEC. J. The lollo.v'ug sh ill hereafter bc the rates ?c.
license: for public ano privuie uns, drays, wagons, v-...
lacludintt the Lorscb or mules used thereof; which sh 1.
oe iree irom otuer uuutiou:
rennie CARIS, DBATS, EIC, on mosr. EXPLOTXO IN A?- J
BliBlNLSS .rtaAtEVl.i:, FOP. iltr.E DIRECT OR INDIRECT.
1 or every car:, dray or wagon, drawn by one horst c i
For every cart, dray or waeo.-i, drawn by two hor-e* or
Foi every back and carriago wita iwo wheels, $20.
j. or every hack and carriego with lour wheels, SR',
lor every stage or omnibus (except liuo omnibus
with t'.vo horses, SCO,
For ovcry ;^ge 0r omnibus except hoe cmnibi s;,
drawn by lour horses, ??C.
Tor every truck dnrnu oy two or moro bones or mule
Fer every cxpreei wagon drawn by two or niorehorKj
cr mules, soo.
nr-E.'-D CARIB Airo PRIVATE CARTS, DRAT?, EIC.
1 or ovc ry breao cart or wagon, W.
For every can, dray or wagon, us^d for private or do
?Stic purpose;, ana not to bc employed in thu Crae...
PW ting ol goods, waree, -merchandise, lumber, or any
o^l.ea-commodity, for compensation, either directly o?
indirectly tor tho same, shah pay lor a license the sum ol
?exclusive ol tue norie or mule.
Banned hi City Council, thia ich day of January
\t. 8., in the year cf our Lord ot e thousand eight hun?
dred sud sixty-six.
By the Mayor. p. c. GAILLARD, Mayor
Januarv 3 yr, 0- aaJ , H< CiMJ| g? Cou?cU
THE GREENVILLE .MOUNT Al NIUE ii j
TS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. AT $1 CO PEU
X year, m a ivance. Adverbsemonts inserted at usual
rates. G. E. ELFOBD,
Msyi Editor ?nd Pioprietor I
CHARLESTON HOOK ANO LADDER, No. 2.
\rOV ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
J_ your Engine House, Wontwortb-street, 7/u'#
(Tuesday) Afternoon, the luth inrt., at 2^ o'clock pre
ciaoly, iu lull uniform (Spanner Case and Spanner ex?
cepted), io rocoivo your new Hook aud Ladder Apparatus
expected to urrivc on the Steamer Manhntton.
By order. M. j. DUNNOVANT,
December 10 1 Secretary- C. H. and L., No. 2.
HERREW ORPHAN SOCIETY.
THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING OF THIS SOCIETY
will bc held Thit Evening, at fl o'clock, at the So?
ciety Hall. Election for Oiticers will take place. Mem?
bers are requested to be punctual in their attendance.
J. BARRETT COHEN.
December 10 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
HOME LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIA.
THE FIFTIETH INSTALMENT OF THIS ASSOCIA?
TION wiU Lc received during Thit Day at No. 20
Hayne-street. Sale of money at 7 P.M. 77us Evening,
at Masonic Hall. GEO. P. KINSEY,
Deeeuibcr lu 1 Treasurer.
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGIN 12 COM?
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM?
PANY TA ii Evening, at 7 o'clock.
By order ot the Presiden:.
December 10 1 W. A. ARMSTRONG, Sec'y.
CAROLINA CHAPTER No. 1, R. A. M.
THE ANNIVERSARY CONVOCATION OF CAROLINA
CHAPTER No. 1, R. A. M.. will be held This Eve
mng, loth instant, at Masonic Hall, at 7 o'clock. 'J ho
Annual Election of Officers will take place. Members
will please come forward prepared to pay their ar. ears.
By order SC. E. H. Priest.
L. B. LOVEGREEN,
December 10 1 Secretary C. O. No. 1.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST OR STOLEN, A CUR DOG, AL?
MOST block, with a white ring around bis neck
and white breast. A suitable reward will bo paid for his
teturu to T. F. O'sDLLI v'AN, No. 21 Wall street, cr at
this office. November 25
DROPPED ON THE NIGHT OF THK 13TH
November, near the Actor's entrance of tho Circus
pavilion, a MEDIUM-SIZED WHITE ERMINE FUR
CAPE, Hie two lower Buttons of White Gloss, and tho
whole hued with White bilk. The finder will obtain a
suitable reward by leaving it ai the DETECTIVES'
OFFICE, in Broad street. November 14
SADDLES, HARNESS, ETC.
U. S. GOVERNMENT
ONE-FOURTH THEIR COST.
5000 McCLElSNAN SADDLES.
5000 SETS HARNESS.
FOR SALE BY
NT0. 131 MEETING-STREET,
NEARLY OPP. MARKET-STREET.
December 10 tull
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREENVILLE, S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Orleans.
W. F. COBKEBY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
.Tuno 17 ?mo
B OOKSjJTAT^IN E R Y,JET
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
BP-TOP BOOK SIWS REPOT.
No. 237 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL THE
LATEST PUBLICATIONS, euch as BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, Ac; parties living up
town will find it convenient to givo me a call, and can
rely on getting their papers regular. City pa-iors sold
and subscriptions taken for all Papers tnd Magazines.
Foreign Pipers and Reviews ordered for regular sub?
Particular attention paid to orders from the c ;untry.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept on
hand. ?mo November 21
II. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
EBAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
j&~ Auction of HORSED FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wednetday. October 10
WILLIAM fl. GILLILAA'D i M,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. HU HAYNE STREET.
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION BMUKB,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Port.) of
COTTON, RICE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES,
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. OHISOU1
READ FOR YOUR INTEREST.
OAVE YOUR MONEY UNTIL YOU BEACH THE
O Southwest corner of Meeting and Wentworth streets,
where B. WHITE will sell you Just such FUBNITURE
as you want, from a CRADLE to a CHAMBER or PAR?
LOR 8ET, at prices that bavo pleased many others, are
pleaeing every day, and BO they will you.
Everything warranted aa represented.
Hair, Cloth, and Varn.sh cheap to the trade.
Don't be kept away, and don't leave If others tre be?
fore you; you will get your turn.
Southwest Corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
December 1 Imo
FROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, ttear Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of cur Houpe guaranteed a* re*
n, W. FROST. .'ASTES 15 LAC E. OEO .v'7T>l*R.
October 21 3mos
"THE IRISH CITIZEN:"
NEW WEEKLY N E W SPA P E R .
r-ROPRIETOU AND EDITOIl,
FIRST NUMBER TO APPEAR ON SATURDAY, IHE
12th of October, 1807.
Tferms by the year. .?3.00
Terms for half year. 1-60
TJerrne foi four mom hs. 100
Clubs of 10 In tho usual propon ton.
Advertisements to be forwarded lmm?diatelr, so as to
be duly clas?iUed. Address, JOHN MITCHEL,
Office ol the Irish Citizen,
No, 31 Barclay street, New York*.
[Grand Christmas Tree!
THE LADIES OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, SOCIETY
STREET, will bavo on exhibition a
GRAND CHRISTMAS TREE !
IN* ALL ITS EUROPEAN SPLENDOR.
A La J.
TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES SUITABLE FOR
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, AND REFRESHMENTS. DU?
RING ONE WEEK DAY AND EVENING, COMMENC?
Tn URSD AY EVENING, DECEMBER 12,18C7,
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK, IN
Xo. 137 MEETING-STREET,
(OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL).
Ti.kets o? Adm'ssi n 25 < enU, mtUl ng holder to a
beautiful Gilt from Chiistmas ita:-; Smgli; Season lick
els $1, entitling holdr to four Gilt-; Family Season
Tiokets $2, entitling ho der to e ght Gifts.
Tickets may be had at tho Door, tho Hotel?, priu- lpal
Eook Storer, or fi om any mera-er o: t!;e
COUMiTTi ? :
JOHN W. SAWNER, Cha rman.
Captai i J. T. KANAPAUX, Vlce-Chaitinau.
Rev. F. J. SHADLEE, TaeasunT.
E. F. SCHACHTE, Secretary.
P. BUCKHEIT. T. S. O'BRIEN.
JOS. DOIHAGE. B. SAHLMANN.
D. A. J. SULLIVAN. JAS. SlLVO.
F. L. O'NEILL. G. A. FOLLIN.
H. J. O'NEILL. E. F. S.WEEG AS.
H. A. COHEN. EDW. DALY.
Tho pneeeda are to bo devoted to delray the CJHU of
the nrw Orga".
N. B -The time of Exhibition has been advanced from
Monday, the 16th, to Thursday, tho Pith Inst.
HAIR DREH SALOON !
No. 114 Market Street,
ONE: DOOR EAST OF KING STREET.
PAYS STRICT ATTENTION IN HAIR CUTTING
SHAVING, AND DYEING HAIR, in the laO.-st
style, and oil other branches of the tonsorial art, andi s
willing to receive all of bin old customers, and the public
HAIR CUTTING.35 cents.
If yon wish an easy shave,
An good as Barber over gave.
Just call at my Shaving Saloon;
I'll cut and dress the hair with grace,
To snit the contour of the fa-re.
October 10 _ thgtu2nj
SHIM iii HM IMII
No. 31 BROAD-STREET, Up Stairs,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December 5 Imo*
HARDWTRE, ETC. ~~
AT PRICES LARGELY REDUCED.
SHEPHERD & COHEN,
December 10 6 NO. 297 KING STREET.
SAM'L B. MARSHALL
EESPECTFULLY BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
that be bas now on hand, ai d ia receivmg constant?
ly, the following
Which he offer, at Wholes.?lt and Retail.
AXE*, HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
COTTON AND WOOL CARDS.
SIEVES, CHAINS. NAILS.
SPIKES, C \NAL BARROWS.
TURPENTINE TOOL', BUILDKKS' HARDWARE.
,MILL AND GRIND STONES.
PLOUGHS, CORN SHELLER-,
STRAW CUTT HIS,
HOCSLHl EPING ARTICLE8,
J ABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
FuRKS AND CASTORS,
SAFE W IRE,
S VHS AGE STUFFERS,
CA?-S, MUSKETS, GUNS,
WOOD TIN AND HOLH.W WARE.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, of my own importation, an assortment of GUNS,
CUTLERY, Steel Corn Mills, < arron Ware, Sporting Ar?
ticles, A c. Will be sold low for cash or city acceptance.
No, 310 KING-STREET,
THREE OO?R3 BELO'iV SOCIETY,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUN.
December 3 J
THE VERY 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.
?AMEii01\% BARKLEY & CO..
No. 130 MEETING STREET,
November 2 2mo* Charleston, 9. C.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ET C.
A SUPERB STOCK OF PINE
GOLD AXD SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
ALL WARRANTED TO BUS AND THOROUGH?
LY REGULATED, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watchie.... ?250 to ?1000
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches.200 to 600
1U0 La-ies' Watches, Enamelled. 1*> to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Waldies . 25? to 300
2U0 Gold Hunting English Levers.20? to 230
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. 150 to 200
COO Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 250
5V0 Silver Hunting Levers. W to 150
5?O Silver Hunting Duplexes. "5 to 250
600 Ladies'Gold Watches. 50 to 250
1000 Goid Hunting Lepines. 50 to 75
inuO Miscellaneous Watches, all kinds. 50 to 100
25U0 silver Hunting Watches. 25 to 60
50 )0 Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 75
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular ono
prico plan, giving every patron a tine Gold or sx)lid Sil?
ver Watch lor $10. without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnifi
cent Stork. Certificates, naming the articles, are placed
in eealcd envelopes, and well mixed. Holders are enti?
ced to tho article named on tbdr certificate, upon pay
ment ot Ten Dollars, whether lt be a Watch worth $1000
or one worth less. Thc return ol any of our certificates
entitles vou to the article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective ol' its worth ; and as no article valued less
than &10 is named cn any certificate, it wUl at once
tc seen that this is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate transacden, which may be participated in
even by the most tastldioue 1
A .inglecertificate will be sent b- mail, postpaid, upon
recc.pt of 25 cents, flvo for il, eleven for *2, tnirtv.ihree
and elegant premium for $5, sixty-six and more valuable
p.emium for sit1, one hundred and most superb Watch
:or $15. To Apenta, or thoso vrishing employment, this
is a rare opportunity, it ia a legitimately conducted
business, duly authoriiad by the Government, and open
to the most carena scrutinv. Try us. Address
WRIGHT, BRO. ti CO.,
.Importers, No. 161 Broadway, N, Y.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
LAGER BEER, BITTERS, &c, ftc.
QA CASKS BREMEN LAGER BEER, IN QUARTS
V\J Aa\D PINTS
50 CMOS Magcntroptcn Bitters
ISO .'ampers Madeira and Claret Bottles
Domijohns of all sizes
M bags cheap Rio Coffee
60 boxes E. D. Cheese
10 Arkins Butter. Just received sud for salo by
_ , CLACIUS A WITTE,
JJecerabcrJO_tuth4 No. 80 East Bay.
'->\->\J trom schooner Amoricus.
IN STORE t
LIME, PLASTER, FIEE ERICK, OVEN TILE, Ac.
For sale by OLNEY A-CO.,
December 10 2 NOB. 9, Hand 13 Vendue Range.
COAL I COAL! COAL !
9^0 TS* ?,F,9L;PEEI?* KED ASH EGO COAL,
tU tj\J ordered for Parlor use.
60 tons of NOT COAL, for Cooking Ranae, naw land?
ing from scboaner Wide World, aid tor ?le w for
cash, while discharging. Apply to '
C. W. SEtGNIOUS, East Bsv
Between Wentworth ani Hisel stciu
Ddcenaber 10 .j
BACON AND LAR?h
?)A HHDS. PRIME SIDEi AND SHOULDERS
iJ\J 2500 pounds Choice Strips
75 packages Lo if Lard.
For salo by R. A A. P. CALDWELL.
December 9 2
ZC\f\ BARRELS CHOICE BRANDS AND OF ALL
For sale by R. k A. P. CALDWELL.
December 9 ?
NEW CROP SUGAR & MOLASSES,
QA HHDS. PRIME MUSCOVADO SUGAR
OU 200 hhds. superior Cuba Molssses
Expected per sehr. Donna Anna, from Matanzas.
23 hhds. superior MUSCOVADO MOLASSES,
For sale low by J. A. ENSLOW A CO.,
December 9_2_No. 141 East Bay.
A A ? BALES PRIME EASTERN HAT, ON BOARD
TCTrcP schooner Nellie Bowers, at Brown ti Co.'s
For sale by OLNEY 4 CO..
December 9 Nos. 9, ll and 13 Vendue Range.
FIRST CAROO NEW CROP CUBA
1 A f \ HHDS. CHOICE NEW CROP CUBA MOLASSES,
14irv/ balance of cargo to arrive per bark "Sarah
B. Hal?," from Matanzis.
For salo by RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
December 9 Nos. 113 and 116 East Bay.
0?A BBLS. EXTRA FLOUR
?O" 100 sacks r-Orth Carolina Flour
Sacks Family, Extra, Super and other grades of Fl' or
ground at "Campsen Mills."
360 b'Js. New York and Baltim'^3 Extra.
For sale low by JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. ll Market-street, opposite State-street.
December 7 ' 3
"I f\I~\(~\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
J.\J\J\J 2000 buahel* Prime Georgia and Tennes?
2500 bushels Prime Oats.
TO ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS,
4000 bushels PRIME NORTH CAROLINA WHITE
CORN, cargo schooner "Jas. Allen."
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN & CO..
No. 14 Market-atret, opposite State-street
Dec? aaber 7 3
~ir\(~\f \ SACKS, LANDING PROM BARK H AKIN
IUI/V ADELSTI M. For sale in lou to > ult pur .
chasers, by R. T. WALKER,
December C 4 Boyce A- Co's. Wharf.
OAAA SACKS LIVERPOOL, IN ?LNE ORDER.
?UUv Landing and for sale by
December 6 thrtuS HENRY COBIA & CO.
CITIZENS WISHING TO PATRONIZE A DROVER
will find MEAT at Stalls Nos. 49 and 491 arge
Meat Market). BEEF, VEAL and MUTTON from 6J? to
12K cents per tb. constantly on hand.
November 20 Imo
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PUR CHASERS, BY
the Manufacturer H. CL?C?S,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
September 24 . 4mo . ?
SELLING OFF ! SELLING OFF !
THE CHOICE STOCK OF
WINES. TEAS, &C,
WILL BE CLOSED OUT BELOW COST FOB A SHORT
TIME, Itt ORDER TO CLOSE BUSINESS.
Families will do well to call at once at
CORNER KING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
December 9 6
NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE.
Cl HECKS CONSTANTLY FOB 8 ALE IN SUMS TO
J snit on NEW YORK sod BALTIMORE.
Apply to L. GAMBR1LL,
November 22 Imo No. 7 Bread street
QUEEN INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL. 910,000,000 I Sf GOLD.
rTTHlS RELIABLE ENGLISH COMPANY INSURES
JL against loss or damage by fire on BUILDINGS,
MERCHANDIZE, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, RENTS,
Ac, at estabbehed rates.
Losses promptly paid, without reference to England.
GIBBES A CO., Agent?,
October 28 mtuGrno NO. 10 Adger's South Wharf.
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
LUMBER IND BUILDING MATE?
PRIME NORTHERN WHITE PINE OJ LL KINDS,
Mahogany, Mouldings, Newels, Banfe ter?, Veneer?,
Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Oak. Doors, S shes, Plas?
tering Laths, Pickets, Palings, Nails, Spiker Shingles.
The above in large assortment and variety bj stile st
wholesale and retail tor cash.
J. N. WOOD, /.gent,
Corner Market and Bay.
October 17 tbsrn2mo?
DRY GOODS, ETC.
No. 281 KING-STREET.
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
?LAM?IS & BLANKETS.
HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES
COMBS, NECK TIES
UMBRELLAS and PARASOLS
We invite the attention of those in want of any gooda
in our line, as it will be to their interest to give us a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
FOGARTIE & STILLMAN, Agts.,
NEW STORE, No. 281 KING-STREET.
December- ti 2?
The Sumter News.
DARR & OSTEEN, Proprietors.
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TheEast Florida Barnier,
-CALA, MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA
T. F. SMIIH, Editor and Proprietor.
S. C. DEBRUHL, Assistant Editor.
THE BANNER HAS A LARGE CIRCULATION
throughout the moat populous and wealthy portions
^Busmen men, desirous of Introducing their busfness
through that section, would do welt to advertise m tts
SUBSCRIPTION, $3 A TXAB.
SPABNICK A Co., Agents, at Courier Office, Charleaton,
South Caroni. September 27