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NEWS SUMM A RV.
-Gold closed in New York firm at 3S*.
-Cotton was st03dy at I?4 to 16c. Sales 2400
-In Liverpool Cotton was quiet. Uplands 7?; to
arrive, G?. Sales 10.000 halos.
-The Impeachment farce will co3t tho country
half a million of dollars.
-Couvicts arc allowed to play faro and monto in
the Cai.fornia State prison.
-it has transpired that the young Marquis of
Hastings, recently bankrupt, apont $250,000 of Ids
yearly income for stabling expenses.
-Tho colored people of Albany, New York, aro
having a course of literary, historical and scientific
-It is stated that tho walrus in the London
Zoological Gardens eats ten quarts of oysters
IJ-Five hundred and ten miles o? the Union Pacific
Railroad have been completed, besides five hun?
dred and twonty-thtee miles of its branches.
-Tho "White Crooii7' is written by a Nashville
editor, and, singularly enough, is to be performed
for the purpose c! furnishing artificial legs to Con?
-A young wife in Northern New York threw a
bonnet and shawl into tho river, left a suicidal
note for her husband, and olopod with another
-A Newport (R. I.) man on Tuesday walked a
distance of forty-two miles in eight hours and
forty-two minutes, including two stoppages for
rest and refreshment.
-The silk factory in East Bridgeport, Ct., re?
sumed operations again on Monday, after a sus?
pension of some weeks. Tnoy furnish employment
for about two hundred hands.
-Great d.stress foe want of food is reported in
Louisiana, and it is stated that seven thousand
whites and negroes are a. tho point of starvation.
-The London A'henouni says that never since
art has flourished in England have the Euglish
architects ueen so fully employed or so web remu?
nerated as at present.
-The Turks are arming like all the rest of Eu?
rope. Tu ay are supplying their army with a first
class hun, and by next bpring 60,000 Turkish in
fanty will carry the Snider rifle.
-Statistics rotative to the brevet system show
tho to'al number conferred since tho commence?
ment of the war to be thrco thousand five hundred
and tweuty-soven for various reasons.
-Cotton socks next thc skin, and woollen socks
outside of them, aro represented as sure to erne
cold fe3t. At night tho cotton socks w?l ho quite
dry and the outside ones 3amp.
-Tea is coming to the Atlantic ports now by
way of San Francisco, and some shippers are said
to prefer that route to the old one through the
East Indies and around the Capo of Good Bono.
-Unmarriageable female prisoners at the great
jail of B?. Lazare, near Paris, aro punished by
putting them m a wire cago that revolves and ex?
poses thom to the view of ali in the prison. This
course is said to be successful.
-A new ia -.Lion has Bprung up in Missouri. A
newspaper of that State gives notices of marriages
in advance. They are in the usual form, with the
words "will be married" introducing the announce?
-A man in Ohio, visiting a planing mill, put his
hand upon the cylinder containing the knives,
which was rolling so rapidly as to appear at rest,
and then put his hand in his pocket, unsusp'oious
of injury. When he took it out, ho found that
his fingers had gone somewhere, plainly.
- It appears that the charter of tho Antietam
National Cemetery was BO worded that the ceme?
tery is intended for the Confederate dead just as
much as for tho dead of tho Ucion army ; express
provision being made that the Confederate dead
shall be separated from the others, but that tho
remains of all should be gathered with equal care.
-The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Victoria's
second son, is malung himself famous. He re?
cently shot an elephant in Southern Africa, then
stood upon the brute's carcass in an attitude ol
triumph while his companions gave three cheers,
and then aided them in skinning the slaughtered
-The Atlantic Cable Company, on December 2d,
held a meeting in London, at which measures wore
taken to amalgamate the company with the Anglo
American Company. I he receipts now average
five thousand dollars in gold daily, and they aro
able to transmit from fifteen to twenty words a
minute by each cable, whilst they only anticipated
five words in that length of time. Both cables
were reported to ba working satisfactorily.
-In Mississippi Governor Humphreys has
issued a proclamation stating thai he has receiv
such information respecting projected out
breakaamong tue negroes, that ho finds it neces?
sary to waru "all combinations for such a purpose
that their intentions are known and they cannot
succeed, and that if the black race behoves thc
lands will bo distributed among them they aro
-a he Anti-Slivery Standard, in a letter from
Washington, has ? curious revelation of the feel?
ings, plans and purposes of the Radical party
It sa? a they have been holding conferences to
effect au organization of their own, apart from
that of the Republican Party, and that they intend
to renew the project of impeachment as a ques?
tion ot privilege, ou which they have a right to be
heard. It is refreshing to hoar them complain?
ing of "the tyranny of the majority in shutting 0* |
-There is some trouble browing again on tho
Bio Grande frontier. It appears that two Ameri?
can citizens were recently forced into the Mexican
army at Mats moras, under the late decree of
Juarez proclaiming th.t every citizen owod the
Bepublio any sort of service ho might see fit to
designate. General McKenzie, commanding ac
Brownsville, had brought the subject to the notice
of Colonel Palacios, commanding tho Mexican
forces at Matamoras, arid has received tho reply
that the latter would take it into consideration.
-Twenty-seven years ago Edward Oxford, a
silly pot-boy, fired a pistol at Quoon Victoria, was
tried, acqLitted on tho ground of insanity, and
confined m a criminal lunatic asylum. The penalty
of high treason was at that time hanging, drawing
and quartering, the bill providing corporal punish?
ment lor any who assaulted the sovereign having
not been passed. In the asylum Oxford was quiet
and well behaved ; but evidently not mad. His own
statement was that the pistol contained no 'jail,
and that ho only sought notoriety. Tho foolish
fellow, after passing tho best years of his lifo in
confinement, is now released and sent out of
England, but how ho will make his living, unless
he is pensioned, is unknown.
-England has boen looking with wonder, min?
gled with amusement, at the progress of a quarrel
between parties near Sunderland, involving the
ownership of a thip. A man ordered a vessel of a
builder, and had paid instalments of the price
amounting in all to nearly ?1000. A dispute aros,
about the remaining payments. Tho ship was
nearly finished. Mr. Nichols, the builder, hired a
party of shipwrights to do what remained to bo
doue in the night, and to hunch the ship. The
next morning Mr. Rogerson, tho purchaser, got
his workmen together, with somo volunteers, row?
ed out to the ship, and after a hard fight succeed?
ed Jn Lhrewmg Mr. Nichols' crew into the river.
T?o ship waa towed to the quay of Mr. Rogerson':
yard, and there scuttled and sunk for greater
security. A few days afterward Mr. Nichols in?
vaded tho yard with a small army of workmen,
drove eff the Rcgeraonians, raised* pumped out,
and repaired the ship, and took it down tho Wear
to Sunderland. The police enjoyed the spectacle
of these battles, but did not interfere. The ques?
tion gees to tho courts.
-A letter written on board tno United States
steamer Wachusett, at Pootoo, tn ielaud at the
month or the Yangtso river, says the island is con?
sidered holy ground by the Chines?, who visit it
annually during tho months of January and Feb?
ruary, to the number of ten or fifteen thousand.
They worship Buddha and the western Heavens
and a largo amount of money has been laid out
on buddings for the idols and the numeious
priests. The grounds sro bean?fully cultivated
and ah the avenues of approach to the temples are
lined with shnde trees. The chief idol in the main
templo is sotae thirty feet high, and at least ' '
ten in breadth; it is in a sitting posture, with
limbs crossed something after the manner of thc 11
Turks. Tbe idols aro composed of plaster or
BOUIPUI?IU? of that nature, and atv all heavily
gilded. Ooo of tho Urah ii i ai priests who died re?
cently had held hia rijrht ann up for thirty years,
and had let bia finger nails grow until they had
penetrated the flesh. Usually ihcro aro about
300 priests on tho island, but at tho time of tho
annual worship they number as high as 5000.
-It would bo queer enough if, instead of cot?
ton, guano should bc king. At all events, tho
Charleston pap?is speak in glowing terms of the
enormous supply of a fertilizing material discover?
ed iu South Carolina. As to quality, it ' contains
from sixty to seventy-five per cent, of pure phos?
phate," and is "more valuable than tho Peru?
vian guano," v. Inch brings ninety dollars the ton.
As to quantity, thc deposits "extend for niil.s"'
along the Ashley Hiver, "cover many square miles."
and may, "produeo $10,000,000." As to accessi?
bility, ono bed, at least, is ou?y a few milos from
Charleston, and will give to that city, says one
paper, "a largo exporting trade, and create a
busiuess tliBt will speedily restore her former
prestige" Tho King is dead-long live the King !
No soouor is poor King Cotton dethroned than
liing Guano reigns in his stead. Instead of cot?
ton lords we shall probably bavo a guano aristoc?
racy that will probably outvie w.iat is called the
'.codfish aristocracy" of some Eastern States.
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1SG7.
Tlie Futmc of Cotton.
We have published several articles of late
on the culture of cotton and its present cost to
the producer. The subject is one of para?
mount interest to almost every man in thc
Southern States, for the cotton orop heretofore
has certainly been the main source of our
prosperity. True, Congress intends to effect a
change, and by taxing our staple heavily, and
thereby stimulating foreign rivalry, compel
our planters to abandon their traditionary
staple, and devote themselves to thc produc?
tion of cereals, stock, hemp, flax, hops, fruit,
etc. Still tho hold cottou has upon our agri?
cultures is strong, and they are slow to
change their allegiance to the fleecy king.
And in this they ore unquestionably right.
The experience of a lifetime, nay of genera?
tions, should not be rashly thrown aside. It
is proper that they should carefully count the
cost before giviog up the culture of cotton,
in favor of such other products, as could take
its place. And it is for the purpose of assist?
ing them in these comparativo estimates that
we have devoted timo and trouble to the prepa?
ration of a series of anieles on this subject.
We will to-day examine an estimate mude a
few weeks ago by Mr. W. H. YOC.NO, of Colum?
bus, Ga., an experienced merchant, manufac?
turer and planter. He says that five hundred
pounds to the ucre of seed cotton (ibo average
yield) costs thc planter nearly seventeen cents
a pound to produce, clear of thc tax-the wages
alone of the labor being fully one-half thc whole
cost of the expense of the plantation. He there?
fore strenuously urges a reduction of the area
planted, believing that ihe same force can
produce more largely on a lew acres, well
manured, and thoroughly cultivated, than by
the old system.
In all business the cost of labor is thc prin?
cipal outlay. A manufacturer is offered a ma?
chine for $500 that will produce a certain
amount of work, requiring the personal atten?
tion of two men. To the two men he pays
$150 each per annum, or $300, the amount of
outlay for labor to "run the machine." A
new machine is offered him that will produce
the same amount of work, but from its im?
proved construction one operativo only is
required to attend it, reducing the annual cost
$150; and although he has to pay for the im?
proved machine $1000, he abandons thc old
one and buys a new one, because it is clearly
to his interest to do JO. N W our labor is
costly, and however reduced in price hereaf?
ter, it must still remain the great item of ex?
pense in operating the plantation.
Suppose a plartir has three hundred acres
?f land to cultivate, the land capable of pro?
ducing five hundred pounds of seed cotton and
ten bushels of corn to the acre (average). It
requires eighteen hands and nine mules, say
about sixteen acres to the hand, and thirty
three and a third acres to thc mule, cultiva?
ting ten acres in cotton and six in corn. The
result is that on the one hundred and eighty
acres in cotton he gets 90,000 pounds of seed
colton, or 27,000 pounds of lint
If sold at 12J.$3375.00
120 acres in corn, 1200 bushels at $1.1^00.00
Gross produce of ci op.$4575.00
By a previous calculation Mr. YOUNO had
shown that the 009tper laborer of operating an
extensive plantation was $298, or for eighteen
hands, $5364-a loss, therefore, on the opera?
tion of $789.
Mr. YOBBO therefore proposes that the plan?
ter only cultivate one hundred acres of the
land, and enrich it so as to produce fifteen
hundred pounds of seed cotton and thirty bushels
of corn per acre, and to do so he expends for gu?
ano, etc., $1900, or four hundred pounds to the
acre; and if he can in this wuy produce as
much on the one hundred acres us he did on
the three hundred, we shall have the follow?
Cotton and corn, as above. $4575.00
For hire of six hands and all ex?
penses at $254 each. $1524.00
Corn for six hands 85 bushels; for
three mules 180 bushels-265
bushels at $1. 2G5.00
Cost or four hundred pounds gu?
ano per acre (ono hundred
acreej, 20 tons at $95. 1900.00-$3089.00
Loss in the former case $791, profit iu the
latter $886; difference $1077.
Without going further into details, we give
the result of Mr. YOUNG'S calculations, and
commend them to public attention. No esti?
mate of this kind, wc are aware, will bo ac?
cepted as accurate by all persons, and we shall
therefore bo glad to hear on this subject from
any experienced and practical planter.
Too Moen Government.
Thc Hon. GEORGE H. PENDLETON, in a bril
liant speech, delivered at Milwaukee a lew
weeks ago, fearlessly laid bare the root of tho
evils of this over-governed country; and
while uppealiug to sound senso and sober feel
ing, proved to his hearers by thc logic of facta
that the source of our troubles is "excessive
administration," and that our present dictrac
ted and oppressed condition has grown cut of
the "fraud, corruption and mal-administration"
of the party now in power.
If the taxation of thc United Slates for the
year 1866 were distributed equally it would
amount to the sum of $11.46 in gold on everv
man, woman and child in the country; or it
would amount to no less than $3.00 upon every
$100 of real and personal property in thc
United States. The liquidated debt alone is
equivalent to $74 per head, against $S7 in
France and 31- in lrec and progressive Prus?
sia. And the immense debt which this repre?
sents has been heaped up by robbery, by
cheating, by open frauds upon the government.
Mr. PENDLETON argues that the ten-forty
bonds alone arc payable, interest and princi?
pal, in gold, and derides that cry of "repudia?
tion" which comes with excellent grace from
those who have compelled thc voiking man to
take payment in "legal tenders,-' and who
have authorized every man who had agreed to
pay a hundred dollars in gold to discharge the
debt by paying a hundred dollars in paper.
He is in favor of paying off the whole bonded
debt in "legal tenders" except those bonds
expressly declared to be payable in gold, but
would only do so as fur us might be done with?
out inflating the currency b?yond a safe and
just point,-the proposition being that the
whole debt can be paid in greenbacks in twelve
or fourteen years without thc addition of one
dollar to the taxation or circulating medium.
Ihen let the expenses of the government,
exclusive of interest, be reduced to $l?0.000,
XK); and, with thc present income, the prin?
cipal and interest of the public debt can be
paid off in five years.
Mr. PENDLETON is eloquent as well ns prac- |
tioal, and thc two following cx'racts will pire
an idea of bis views upon thc situntion o
afiairs iu tho South, uud thc means of saving
tbe whole country :
Military covcrnmcnt and tho Freedmen's Bu?
reau have beeu established all over the youth.
They cost tho poop:e of ti e conn Irv. by appro?
priations and in other ways. $20t).?JO,??0. And
what havo they dono? Thcv have subverted
civil gorcrnments ia ten ?tates in the Union.
They hold tho lifo, and liberty, and property of
those States in the mailed hand of military power.
They have subverted the social system; they
havo su.ivertcd the labor systom; they have de?
stroyed thc supply of labor; they have" turned the
eight hundred thousand blacks "from tho pursuit
of agriculture and industry lo the pursuit of poli?
tics; they have turned gardens into deserts; they
have, br unjust -md arbitrary acts, and by Bl ill
worse threats, disturbed the reposo of the people
of that country until every incentive lo honest in?
dustry is tau* ii away; they have utterly destroye t
tho ability ot this people to pay their legitimate
share ot the taxation ol' tLe country.
My friends, tho first step in tho right direc?
tion is to iay bare every fraud, to exposo and
correct all corruptions, tb ^ut off every unneces?
sary expenditure, to dismiss every superfluous
ofliceholdcr, to abandon every unconstitutional
scheme, to abolish ali military governments, to
return to the t achings of our constitution, and
tho enjoyment of thc liberties which it specially
assures to us, to givo reposo to the hearts of thc
people, iu order that labor may be stimulated
by the hopes ol' a rich reward for its industry.
Iho rest of ti. : journey tc h?ppiness and safety,
and ponce, will be comparatively easy. Thc Drat
step will cost you labor. It can only bc accom?
plished by putting out of power tho Republican
party, and putting in its placo tho Democratic
POULTRY FOR SALE CHEAP-A LOT
of fine FOWLS for sulu at a low price, by the
quantity, ut the SOUTHEAST COJINES OF al . PHIL?
IP'S AND WAIUtEN-ST.BEfc.TS, near thc Upper M tuc?
kets. December I'J
PRIVATE SALLI OF A SUPERIOR ?-OC
TAVE PIANO, of Uniter ?L Raven's manufacture.
Apply to McEAY A- CAMPBELL,
December 10 No. 138 Meeting strect._
F~ OR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPER*., IN AM
quantity; price 7J coats per hundred. Apply :.t
tuc O?acc ol the DAILY NV. WS._ _ Dec mb.r7_
TO PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYPS and JOB MATERIAL for
sale, m lou; to tuac pcrcuuscts. Ternis reasonable, and
cash. Aliio, a fine HAND PREsS, pnce ?'jae; au Adams'
Power Press, price il.UO; and u curd Press, price U H/1.
Apply to F. G. UXFOMXAII E, Columbia, S. ?.
December 7 _
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON AND
UleE PLANTATIONS. FARMS and CIT* PROPER*
Ix of all kindB for SALE and LKAsE by
CLIFFORD A- AIATBEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 56 Broad street.
November 9 -mos
KING'S MOUNTAIN 311 LITA RY" SCHOOL,
YORKVILLE, S. C.
THE FIRST SL&SION OF 18C8 WILL BEGIN ON
tho first of February, uud cad ou thc first ot July,
aenaia- For school expenses, i. c.. Tuition, B< oks.
Stationery, ?tc. boarding. Lights, luci and Washing,
&11U iii specif, or thu equivalent, per 8QW?OD, payable in
Circular containing full information may bo seen at
thia chica, or procured from
Colonel A. COWARD,
Surviving Principal and Proprietor.
December 18_wi mis
THE FALL TEEM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
> partan bm g, S. C., will ope a Octobor 3d. 1867.
The President, Rev. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D.. wall be
aided by competent, experienced teachers in every de
Board tor half year.$70.00
Contingent l ee. 2.00
Music and all thc Ornamental Branches very low.
Tboso wishing to patronize the School will plcuso ad?
dress the President. Itu Augusto
KESL'A'E JANUARY tiD.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY. SUMTER. B. C., UNDER
tho charge of thc sisters cf Our Lady of Mercy, will
receive additional pupils on and alter the 2d of January.
Thc new buildings are spacious and elegunlly linislied,
aud turniah accommodation* for one hundrcu boarders,
'ibo extensive ?rounds aud piazzas are ample for epen
air exercises, and young ladies arc thoroughly instructed
iu JLuglish, Freuen, Italian, La?u. Music, Drawing, ?ic.
LocaUon unsurpassed for health, and terms reasonable.
For particulars, apply to MOixiLR THERESA, l harlcs
ton, or to SIS'IER MARY JObEPil, at tue Academy, iu
Sumter. 17 December 12
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I
ANSON-STREhl", NEARLY OPPOSITE LAU Rt NS-.ST
rj^HE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITHME i
TIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and KN G LI SJ
GRAMMAR ar? from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
C. H. BERGMANN.
MEDICINE AND LURGERY.
flIHE PULLA URL I'll IA UNIVERSITY Ol- MEDICINE
_L AND SURGERY was organized in 184^. Chartered
by thc Legislature. February 2?. 1853. Name changed
by a legislativo enactment to the Lele J tic \. cd nul Col?
lege ol Philadelphia, in 18?0. lu 1803 it puree ai i d the
Pennsylvania Medical college, cs.abhshcd iu 13x2, uud
the Pliiladelphia Medical College, which had previously
beeu merged Into the Pcunsyivauia M< dical < 'ollego. lu
lee? il purchased tho l ena Medical Uuivirsi.y. Tue
Trustees of the- separate schools united, pcalioued and
obtained a special Act of the Logis.aturo, consolidating
these institutions and cha. ging their named to that ol tho
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
March 10,18C5. All these various Acts aro publi bed in
the statute* ot Pennsylvania. Tho cost of the 1 uilding
and museum was over one hundred thousand dollars, lt
wUl be observed that iho Umversity, an now organized, is
tho legal represeutaUve of the lour Medical Colleges Unit
it has absorbed. It is a liberal school ol medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached io auy medical cliques,
but otu braces m lu teaching everything ol value to the
Sa-iwitt-It has two hall sessions each year, commenc?
ing ou tho 1st ot October, and eouuuuiu;; until the 1st ot
January, as its first session, aud from the 1st ot January
to the 1st ol April, as its second; the two constituting ono
lull course ot lectures. It has also a eumuier session,
commencing the 1st April aad eonUuuiug until August,
tor ibo preparatory branches, such es Latin, Greek,
Mathematics, botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatom.
Ticket*.- Tickets to the full coarse of lectures $120, or
?CO for each session. For tho summer or preparatory
course $25. Grauduting leo *3t). To aid yoong un a ol
moderate means, the Umversity has issued live uuudrcd
scholarships, which are sold to first-course studeutb tor
$75, aud to sesoud-coursi- studeuts aud cle;gyn:ou tor
?50, c.-ch constituting thc holder a life member, with tho
perpetual i rivilegcs of tho lectures, and all the teachings
ol the school. The only additional lees are a j carly dis?
secting and matrleu.ataug ticket, each Of which ls 45.
Thc AdvanUxget Of ?'c/ielar*/< ipi.-Thc student holding a
scholarship can enter tho College ut any time during mu
year, atteua as long as bc chooses, and re-cutci the insu
tullun as Loquean.y as uo.ircd.
It requires uo previous reading or study to cuter the
Umversity on scholarships, hence, all p.-ivuto tuitiou fees
Students, by holding scholarships, can prosecute other
business a j: art ol'the time.
Tho candidate lor graduation can present himself at
any time, und receive uis degree us .-eon as quantico.
In caseu stu cut should hold scholarship and not be
able lo attend lectures, it eau ba trausferred to auother,
thus preventing an. loss.
Parents, guardians or lnends of students wielling to
purchase scholarship lor them a >ear or more belore
their attendance ut too Umversity, can secure them by
advancing one-halt tho price and paying thc balance
when the student enters. Pnysi ciaos and benevolent
meu can bestow great benefit upon poor youug meu by
presenting tuem a scholarship, und thue enabling them
to obtain au honorable protcssion.
The Faculty embrace? seventeen cminoui physicians
and surgeons. Thu University has associated with it a
l.rge hospital clinic, wheie every lorin of medical aud
surgical uiceaso is opeiated e>u uud treated iu the pres?
ence ol he class.
rim im? BciLDixo.-The CollcRO building, located in
Ninth street, south of Walnut, ls thc finest in the dry.
Its trout is collegiate gothic, and is adorned ?uh tin
battlements aud embrasures, prcseiiuug n novel, bold,
and beautilul appearance. The tuende is of brown stone,
Oman en ted by two towers, risiug to the elevation ol
eighty leet, and crowned with au embattled parapet.
The building tontaaus botwecn fifty and sixty rooms, all
supp.ied with water, ga6, and every other convenience
thal mudera iuipiov cinc-ut eau contribute to facilitate
medical intrudion. Ouiy five hundred scholarships
will be issued, uu 1 as two uuudrcd und till ? are now
told, those wno wish to secure one should do .so at once-.
Money can be remitted by express, or a draft or checa
sent on auy National Uauk in thc United states, when
the scholarship will bc returned by mail, signed by the
President ot the i;oard of Trustees, JOSEPH s. FiSHEU,
Esq., and the Dean ol the Faculty, W. PAINE, II. h.
All orders lor Hcholarship < or other business ol ibu L'ui
versif, should be addressed to Professor W. PAINE, M.
D., Philadelphia, Pu.
PAYNE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORK JUST ISSUED BT W. PAINE, .'JD,
Professor of the Principies ami Practice ot Medicine and
Pathology in tho Philadelphia University ol Medicine
und Surgery'; 'uthor ol Paine's Practice of Sluger) ; a
work on Obstetrics and Materia Medica, MUtiior ol New
school Remedies; au Epitome of Lber?ic'? Practice ol
Medicine; . Review ot Uonneopathy; u Work on fie His?
tory Of MeJie.nc; Editor ol" University Mee'icdl und ::ur
;;'.eal Journal, Ax., &C. It is II royal octavo Ol 'JiiU pager,
and contains a tull description of all diseases known in
medicine und surgery, ?ucludiu.; those ot women und
children, together with their pathology und treatment by
all the new und improved ?nethous. Price ?7; postage iu
Address the author. No. sju ARCH STRLL1', Philadel
ALSO, A NEW WORK,
Entitled Nev School Medicines, which is thc only work
ever published upon Materia Medica, embracing ad thc
Eclectic, lloma-, albie, uno Botanic item-flies, with ?
lull regular Materia Medica. Price io; posture Iree.
Address ns above.
MEDICI! il SURGERY.
A SEMI-MONTHLY JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, ?mOLItV,
PHISIOLOO?, H?G1JNE AND GENERAL LITEBA
TULE, DEVOTED TO TUE PltOltSsION AND
Thc cheapo t Medical Pape: iu the world, published
even two weekeat Ute University Building, Ninth-street,
South oi W.luut.
Five cop:cs to one address.1.33
Ten copies to enc address.7.?U
Filltcn copie* to one address.9.30
Twenty conies to ono address.10.0U
"lie getters up ol tho Club shall have o-ie eopv ?;ratis.
.Vddress W. PAINE, M. D., Editor.
September l i Philadelphia, l'a.
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, *T FLORENCE
S. C.. oilers au excellent medium to .Merchants and
rrbcrs who wish to extend their business m the Pee
L?ee section of the State. Rates ot advertising very rea
louable. September IC
I TOASTED, FOR A ?EXTLEMAN AHO HIS
V? WIFE, ooo or two furnished rooms, in central
portion ot lite city. Address P. O. LOX No. 2?7.
f TTA.VrJUD TO KENT, WITHIN FIVE OH
TT eiglil minute* walk of ibo Postofficc, in a
pleasant neighborhood, <-itbec a small HOI SE or Arar or
nvc BOOH ' In a large ono, with a separato apart men t
fora Kitchen. Bent not to bo more than $350 or $400.
Address "F. ti.." care L. Chopin A: Co., Hayne-strcet,
??O'"Crf"lA TO W^'1 PJEK Y KAR-AN
K9~0\J\J AUEN I is want d ia every town in tho
tnio.. to nrtku and seil ,in ar.lcle of daily consumption
m every tamil]'. Itis entirely new. bale as pormuueut
as l' iour Address LOUls COBLENTZ, .Middleton, Md.
AGENTS W ANTED KOK THE "LIFE OF
JEFFERSON DAVIS," by Frank Ll. Aliricnd, of
Kiuuniomi, formerly editor of the southern Literary
Messenger. Iain U a mil ?nd authentic history ct tho
Lits and Public Servie es of the great Southern leader,
Mr. A>trJeud has enjoyed unusual advantages in thc pre?
paration ot this work, UH will be apparent o ail on exam?
ination. Send tor bpecnnou payes and :irculars, with
terms. Adaresa NAilONAL l'UBLIoULSo CO., Atlan?
ta, ba. Imo*_.November 29
W'ANTED-AN AGENT-ONE CHANCE IN
each town, worthy tho ottcuiiou ol au active
burliness mon, lo take tac .i?cacy tor tho sale ot BRAD
?lltEEi's llUBUEK MOULDING AND' WEATHER
sTRlFa, applied to ihc Bide-, bollona, to?-. and centro ol
doors and windows, bend for agent's circular.
J. lt. BitADs'lRLLI A: CO.,
November 27 2mos Posion, Mass.
WANTEIL-A YOUNG LAU Y W ANTS A
SIl'UATION ?io.-usi?ng jeir a-; lEACHElt in a
privatelanuly. she will give thorough ihstruotien in
the English branches ol educat.OU and teach young be?
ginner:, in thc Jfrench language. Tho bes: references
given, a.id term.-- mode-raie. Address "MIS.i L. \V.,"
tare ol Dr. C. li. Jones, Ashland, Hanover County, Va.
WANTEO, AGENTS EVbRVWUliKL, TO
sjil the MAUic. CLEANSING Cit LAM. Sample
doz., terms, show card-., etc., seal on receipt of ?2.
Ll. cC.M.ul.Ne-S -v CO.,
No. 42 South Market street, Boston.
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TE ACH EU.
The subscriber, who has had eight yean expert
CLC8 in his profession, os Principal o? Academies,
ana is at piesent Principal of Montlea] Academy
in Noisou county. Va., oesircs to remove south
ou account ol thc hcalui of his uunily, and
will accept a situation either in a Male or Female
College or Academy, or iu o Priv?te School that
will yield him a support, anywhere in Georgia or South
Curoi.na. He teacnes, besides Lie English branches and
.uaUiemaiics, tue Laiiu, cro.k, Prcncn and spauisli Lan?
guages, una wilt give satiafactury testimonials of his com
pole ll cy, success and popularity as a icaeber. Address
li, u. JEFFERSON, Montreal, Jefferson county. Va.
November 2J Imo
TO KENT,THE DESIR ABLE DWELLING,
No. HO CUMINQ-STHEET, opposite Duncan-street,
having seven room-', wit: attics, pantry, closets, and all
necessary accommodations for o genicel family. For
terms, kc, apply to No. 7 GEORGE-SI'REEr.
December 2 mwf
TO KENT. THAT BEAUTIFUL. RESIDENCE,
No. 50 Cannon street, conuiuing foiirsqui.ro rooms,
dressing room and pantry, with double piazza; gas lix
ture? throughout: subie, hayloft, carriage house and
smokehouse, all complete. Also, oue two-=tory UOtsE
lu thu yard, containing lour squaro ?oe ins. Possession
given on the 1st December. Apply on tho PU LAL'JUS.
Noveuioer 27 wfm
TO RENT OR FOR SALE, H OU ?fi AND
LOT, No. CS liu'.ledge Avenue. Lot 35 by ^01.
Por terms apply to E. L. B.tRKE,
December 16 mwfC No. !41 East Bay, Up Stairs.
1MJK KENT,THAT DESIRABLE RES!DL>CE
. No.4Dr-ughty-strceL Possession j:iven 1st January
next. TLe House is comparauvely nev, six rooms, be?
sides closets, A:c. Apply at No. J4J Mt ??T.N?'STKEET.
A party desiring to purchase can make favorable terms.
lA-ccmoor 18 5
ItO RENT, TWO OK TH lt EE ROOMS, IN
. tho d?sirable residence Southwest: corner ol Rut
le?go ..nd Wentworth streets. Apply Oil the PREMISES.
December 17 C
FUR KENT, PAKT OF A DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED MANSION, in the s jutbweBturn por?
tion ot the city, cousis?ug of a suito of three or lour
spacious rooms oil thu lirsi Door, with kitchen and ser?
vants' upar.nieuls. Teims moderate. AidrcnS "A,"
Daily News Ollice. liovemoor 19
TO Ll-:ASE FOR A TERM OF YEARS,
the VALUADLE ESTAIE bclot.giLg to tho late
Colonel lieut, situated m uruugeburg District, i OUB?SI
ing ol 25b0 acres, tao-lhirds cleared. 'J he soli is nob
red clay, hue tor al. Linds of crops. J l.c Estate is water?
ed by a large creel', on which iso F.LNE MILL SEAT
AND DAM COMPLEXE; the Lest water-power iu tho
State ter Mills abd Pactories; situation healthy all th"
jeur round. On the place are sixt> laborers (freedmen),
who would contract cheaply, as they i'osiro to remain.
Ihc Estoto will bo leased lur a terni ol years in one
body, or in farms to suit small capital. For terms, ap?
ply to HOWEY ?'. CO. November 13
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST, ON THE I. I ll I WP.. A NOTE BOOK.
Tho tiuder will obligo by delivering it at thc Whun
oinee ol CcUtral Whirl. 2* Deceinbo; 19
LOST, ON THE CARS BETWEEN KINGS?
VILLE and thisciiy, n RLD RUSSIA LEATHEK
PORTMONNALE, containing ?25 in money and a tree
ticket ou thu road lu the name ot Miss Hollinan. Any
oue Andi .g tho same Will bo suitably rewarded by leav?
ing it at IBIS Ol FICE. December lb
MAULNAS cV SAYAS
RESPECTFULLY INFORM TUEI? FRIENDS THAT
thera?leol the MEERSCHAUM PIPE will come
ou on Friday, the 2utl. mst., at 9 o'clock, P. M., in their
S EG AR AND TOBACCO si OR.., No. 185 Meeting-street,
under Pavilion Hotel; a.so, tliut oil chances not yet
paid should bo paid lor at once.
JOHN-?a A Y A S, ,
Havana Sugars, Tobacco, Suuff
AND SEC; VUS, OF ALI. BRANDS,
NO. 90 MARKET-STREET. CHARLESTON, S. C.
December 18 wf2
most rcasoua le rates.
December 20 ftutht?
PRIVATE BOARD-TO LET A FURNISH?
ED ROOM, with the uso of a parlor, with or with?
out boord, iu a privoio lamily, where there arc no other
boarders. Apply at THIS Q?FICE. December 12
TWO SIN ULE GENTLEMEN OR A GE\
TLEMAN AND HIS WIFE can be ucuommodated
with Board. Apply at No. 121 (JliEEN-STRELT. Tormj
rcasonable._tuths3 December 17
EE M O V A L-E O A R D 1 N G -MRS.
XBACX having r. moved her Boarding Establish?
ment lrom No. 6a church-street to No. 79 BROAD
s IR LET, is now prepaud to luruish lioard to a Umltcd
numbor of Ladles and Ucntlemcn. Term, moderate.
I^OAKD WANTED.-.V PRIVATE FAMILY
J willing to board another famiiy, consisting ot hus?
band, wi e, young lady, two child:en and nurse, on M
sonable terms, will plcato addre.-s or call on LEONARD
CdAPLN, No. 2d Hjyuc-stxect, and slate terms and lo?
cality, lhree or lom- rooms required. December 14
OOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
J i bc obtained, at reasonable rates, by applying at No.
i ii KINO STREE!, one door ubo\e Hudson street, near
the Citadel, the Street Curs j.a-s the door every ten
minutes. arno Octoberr
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOL'1 HERN lo.M'\ PANB> IN'S HEPATIC
LiilLUS, un uuiailmg remedy lo:: ah Diseases Ol tho
Li^'estive organs and tnu Live:. For sale by ?llDrug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOLI HERN TONIC, PANKMN'.s HEPATIC
UlTi'ERS, au uniaxling lcmedy lor all Disease* ol thc
Digestive Organs and mo Liver. For salo by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED soL'THERN TONIC, PANENIN'S HEPATIC
HUT Jilts, un uuiailmg remedy lor all Diseases ol'the
Digestive Orguus and thc Liver, i'or ?aie by ali Drug?
TNOVT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
AJ Ti-D SOUIUEKN IONIC, PANENIN'S HEPATIC
Uil'TERS, an unfailing remedy icruii Diseases of the
Digestive Cr-aus and tho Liver. iVr sale by all Dru^
DON T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA*
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANK NI N's HEPATIC
BiTTERS, aa anlailiitg remedy for a'l Liiscascs ol the
Di^eitt.e Oijjans ana the Liver. Fer sale by ali Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO THY THE CEL\?QRA>
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'd HEPA TIC
BITTERS, au unuuling remedy 1er Dlseu.e, ot the
Digestive 0roaus a.,d Hie Liver. For tale by ull Druy
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
Tl ?J SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKMN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, un oiuaiiing remedy tor sil Diseases of the
Digestive Organs uud the Liver. For sale bj uti Drug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
LLD SOUTHERN i ONU'. PANENLN'a UEPA'J IC
BITTEB>, un uutailiug remedy lor all Diseases of thc
Digestivo Organs and Uto Liver. For salo bv all Dru^
DON'T PAIL TO TRI THE CELEBRA?
TED SOOT HERN To Mr, PANENIN'S HEPATIC
BilTEBS, an uuiailiug remedy for sil Diseases oi til
Digosiivo Organs and Uia Liver. Por sale by ai; Drug?
DONT FAIL TO THY THE CELEBRA"
TED SOUi HERN I UN lc, PANENIN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, an uniailin'i remedy for all Dis ases ol the
Digestive Or nh.- and tia*- 1 iv.-r. I or sale by all Drug?
DON'T PAIL TO TRI THE CELEBRA
il."' SOUTHERN TONK;. PANENIN'S HEPATIC
B TTE RS, nu unfailing remedy for ell Diseases of the
Digestive organ* and the Liver. For sale bj ail Drug?
gists, lyr November IT
J. L. HONOUR,
AUCTIONEER AND INSURANCE AGENT,
ITO. 8 BROAD-STREET.
INSURANCE ON HOUSEsTs rOt'Kft. FUBNITUBE,
ICC, .'ce, taten In lint-class aoCI'HEBK luiiirac-.
Corni ?me-. Although the Companies represented in
luis Agency do not put out FABULOUS CAPITALS ON
p PER, they W?1 be found STRONGER in comparison
Tu MARKET VALUG OF Un ii: CAPITAL AND IRE
AMOUNT A T RISK, Hun the largest Capital represented
tn the e;:y of Charleston.
.T L HONOUR,
INSURANCE AGENT, No. S Proad-^tree-t.
December 17 imo
THE GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SI 60 PEU
vear, m a Ivauee. Advertisements inserted at usual
rates. G. E. ELFORD,
Slav le E.Ltor uud Proprietor)
ZERUBBABEL CHAPTER, No. ll. R. A. M.
THE REGULAR CONVOCATION' OF THIS CHAP I EB
vii! be belli This Evening, at Masonic Hal), at 8
O'clock. W. E. MIK ELL,
December 20 1 Secretary.
ASHLEY FIRE ENGINE COMPANY, No. 0.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO AI'PI'AR AT
thc Engine House This Day. the 2i)th instant, at 1
o'circk. in full uuilorm, for auuual inspection paraae.
By order. JAS. B. SPENCER,
Seeretary, pro tem., A. P. E. Co. No. 9.
December 20 1*
NIAGARA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY, No. 8.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
yourEnginc House, in full uuiiorra. This Afternoon,
ut 1 o'clock, for Inspection Parade.
3v order J. M. HOLLOWAY,
December 20 1* Secretary.
ST. MU HAEI.'S CLOCK.
OFFICIi CLERK OF COUNCIL, DLC. 18, 18C7.
ESTIMATIFS TOR RLPAIHING, CLEANING AND
PUTTING TN ORDER, ST. MICHAEL'S CLOCK,
?ni bo received at this ofllce until Monday, 301h inst., at
Also, the Clock can bo examined by applying at the
Malu Gua.d House for tho key ol the Church.
Separate estimates for ARRANGING THE STRIKING
APPARATUS wiB bo lecoived at the same tune.
By order. W. H. SMITH,
December 19 Cleric of Council.
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
DECEMBER 2,1807. j
THE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOWING
persons have expired. They are hereby noti?ed to
apply at this Ofli.e immediately end renew the same :
PHILIP KILEY, Warren and St. Philip-streets.
M. REYNOLDS, No. 5 Bcdon's Alley.
MARY 11URKE, No. 72 Calhoun-street.
LDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Washington-street.
JAMEs WALLACE, No. 96 Spring-street
JOHN LEAHY, No. 214 Coining-street.
MARY HAFFERTY, Columbus and Hanover-streets.
MARY CAMP HELL, President and Cannon-streets.
P. AI AN ION, No. 67 state-street.
JOHN HENNY, No. 46 Queen-etreet.
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 Wharf-street,
D. CON ROY, No. 32 St. Phllip-3treet.
P. DORAN, No. 10 lixcaange-stieet.
P. P1NKUSSOHN, No. 53 Las*, ?ay.
W. H. SMITH.
December 3 Clerk of Council.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHARLESTON, November 26, 18C7. j
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST OCTO?
BER last. Those who failed to renew at that timo
are not considered as having a License, und consequently
ore no Auctioneers. W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Council
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL,
May 1867. :
Tho following Section of " An Ordinance lo abolish thc
ofhec of Spennteudent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
iug (he Street?1 Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
City of Charlesston Clean, and for other purposes," ls
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
Tor the due protection of the said contractor or con
tractors, it is further ordained, lhat every owner, lessoe,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in suv
slaeul, laue, alley, or opcu court, fhaU ou every day
(Sundays excepted) have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in Irout of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in readiness for the contractor, by the hour ot
?even o'clock, A. M., irom the tl ist day ot May to tin
llrsi day ol' November in every year ; and by the hour o
niue o'clock, A. M., fri m the llrst day of November to
the ?rst day of May following. And any perron offend'
ing hercm, or placing any dirt, nith, garLage, or othei
oUal, in any street, lane, or alley, cr open court, alter the
hours above uamed, shall bo subject to a Une not less
iban two cor more than live dollars, for each and every
offence, to bo imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May IS Clerk of Council.
TO REGULATE TUE DIIEDOINO OF DOCKS.
Whereas, Tho best interests ot the city, as well aa tho
convenience of the shipping visiting the port, demand
that the channel of Cooper River be kept open with s ul ti
eieut depth nf water for ah commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction:
De it ordained, 1 hat in future all mud removed lrom
any ot the city docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall bc removed one hundred und titty fathoms from
tho end of tho dock.
Tho Harbor Master shall be furnished with a copy ot
this Ordinance, which ho is required strictly to cuiorco;
and to report lor prosecution oil viola noni of thc same;
which shall subject the parry HO oflouiling to a flue not
exceeding oue hundred dol?ais lor each and every
Ratified in City Council thiseigb' lay of October, in tho
year of our Lord one thouaa . 1 eight hundred and
IL.S.1 P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. Octobor 18
TO rr.OVlDE FOR THE LIQUIDATION OF THE IrtTBREST
ON THE DEBT OF THE CIT?, WHICH ACCRUED ON THE
THUITIETII DAY OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY iHE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN in City Council assembled, That for Ibo pur
poHO of liquidating the interest on the public debt ot the
city, which accrued on tho thir.ieth day of September
last, six per cern, stock, obi gatory on tho corporation of
the City of Charleston, shall bc issued under the direc?
tion of tho Mayor, h. the persons holding stocks or six
per cont- nonda Ol the city, and cut.tied to receive the
interest accrued thereon at tho timo above stated, thc
?sid stock to bear interest alter the rate of .six per cent,
per annum, pa>oble quarterly, redeemable in thirty
.years from date: Provided, 'That no part of said stock
shJl be tatted tor any sum les) than twenty dollars, or
lor any fracUoual part ol' a dollar: Provided, also, that
ull sums for lens than twenty dollars, und for fractional
parts ot u dollar, shall bc paid in city bills.
SEO. 2. That the Rrm of certificate, and modo o?
transfer ol' said stock shall be subject to the same regu?
lation, us now exist in i elation to other city six per cent,
stocks of thc city.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, in tho year of or.' Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-sevf u.
|L. S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. October 2S
IO REGULATH THE STORAGE OF PETROLEUM, IT:1 WO
DUCT'S, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. 1. De it ordained by the Mayor an-l Aldermen, in
City Council assembled. That lrom and after the li'li day
of June next, lt shall not be la wi ul to keep Petroleum
Kerosene, hock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any oilier in
Ouinmublc oil or oils on storage or for sale iu any cellar,
?tore or Liiiiding south ol' Line M reel, in a large.- .pun
lity than fifty gallons on any one lot or prendeos, ucil
any such quantity so kept or stored shah be contained ii
vcsrcls ol till or other metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other tn
flamtiiablc oii or oils, when brought into tho city by lain!
or water, may be kept ou uuy lol or in any oiulding iu
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration ol which timi- it
shall bo removed and kept in the maimer us requited by
tho foregoing section.
SEC. J. Any person or pcreous violating auy part ol
thu Ordinance shall bc subject to a lino ol two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court Of com?
Uatabod in city Council this twenty-tlrst day ol' May, tr
tho year oi our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
(L.S.) P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
Vi. H. SMITH. Clerk of CouncIL_June C
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January ?, 18G7. j
PCELIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDfcR
: he tollowtu:: Ordinance licenses have been prepared
lord.'livcry from this Office. B, THOMAS,
. Lily Treasurer
SEC. 1. De it Ordained by the Mayor and Alderiu.m ri
City Csuncitassem tiled. That Hom auu after te.. Orel di y
of January, licenses shall bc l iken out for ull carts, dra}.
-nd wagons, used lor private and domestic purposes, u
the same manner, and according to tue saino proviaien.
uov,- of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, leli ;
driven or lure, except giving bonds, And each sail
cart, dray or wagon, shaU be provided with a badge eci
faining liie number thereof, und marked Private, to i
placed on thc outside of the shall.
SEC. 2. No pcrsou shall be token by the Treasurer a
?uroly to any bond under thc Ordinance concerning 11
censes for earls, drays, wagons and other carnages, an
less he or shu be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. 'Thc following shall hereafter be the ralos loi
licenses lor public and private carts, drays, wagons, .V..-.
including the horses or mules used thereof which s'a. .
be tree from other taxation:
PUBLIC CARTS, II RA VS, ETC., OR THOSE EMPLOYED Of ANJ
BUSINESS WUAXSVEE, FOR HIKE DIRECT OB INDIRECT.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn hy ono horse oi
Tor every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horror
For every hack and carrla-e with two wheel9, $20.
For every hack and carriage with lour wheel?, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus
with two bones, *?n.
For every Etage or omulbuii (except Une omnlbusi,
drawn by tour horses, ?GU.
For every truck drawn oy two or icore horse? or ruulo
For every express wayon draws bj two or more hor?u
t r mules, ?CO.
BRHAD CABT9 AND PRIVATE CARTS, DRAYS, EIC.
For every bread cart or wagon, i"?.
For every cart, dray or wugon, need for private or do
mebtie purposes, and not to be employed m the tran.
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
oilier commodity, tor compensation, either directly rn
indirectly lor the same, shall pay for u beeline tho smc GI
ti, exclusive ot thc horM- or mule.
Rutiiied in City Council, this i?:!i day of January
?L. s.J lu Hie y ear ol' our Lord oue tbousaud eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
January 9 W. fl. SMITH, clem ol Council
8UACKELF0?I) & KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION 13 D SHIPPING
NO. 1 BOYCE'S WHARF,
C ?iarleston, S. C.
W. W. SHACEELFORD. ?VM. AIKXN GELL Y.
H. M. MARSHALL & BI?OTI?EI?,
Keal Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
EEAL ESTATE. STOCKS, kc, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED: PRO?
*JS" traction o: HORSES, FURNITURE, kc, every
Wednesday. October lt) '
WILLIAM ll. GILLILAil & SOS,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 Il AYN E STREET.
f;L DC min r ?*
WILLIS & CHIS0IM,
FACTORS, tmsm WUMW,
SHIPPING AGEN T S.
T TT I LLATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, MLE AND
VT SHH MENT ,to loreK-u ?i;d liome-ii.- P. ir ls. of
COTTON, lt I CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. ?. C.
E. WILLIS.i. p. 0H1SOLM
EIN DEUTSCHER BALL
\rriRD STATTFINDEN AM SOSTEN DECEMBER, AN
T V der Ecko von Kcailg uni Leiu Strasse, wozu ich
ille meine Fri undo und Bekannte einlade.
Anfang Abeuds 7 Uhr. A. Ii EN NE.
December 19 2*
IN ADD OF THE
WILL OPEN AT THE HOME IN BROAD-STBEET,
This (Tuesday) Evening, December
17th, at 7 o'clock.
AMONG THE NUMEROUS ATrACTIONS
I HE COURT OF LOUIS
THE ARCHERS TREE
THE FISH POND
THE BOWER OF FATE
JACOB S WELL.
AN EXTENSIVE RESTAURANT,
Abounding in ali the luxuries of the season; where can
LUNCHES, DINNERS AND SUPPERS,
At moat reasonable ratcu.
OF ALL KINDS FOR SALE, AND WILL AFFORD AN
EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY OF PURCHASING
Besides affording assistance to a most worthy Charitable
Season Tickets.60 cents.
Single Admission.26 cents,
Single Adm.s-ion, Children.10 cents.
For sale at thc door. December IT
Grand Christmas Tree!
THE LADIES OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, SOCIETY
STREET, will have on exhibition a
GRAND CHRISTMAS TREE I
DI ALL ITS EUROPEAN SPLENDOR.
TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES SUITABLE FOB
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, AND REFRESHMENTS, DU?
RING ONE WEEK DAY AND EVEN LNG, COMMENC?
THURSDAYEVENING, DECEMBER 12, 1867,
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK, IN
No. 137 MEETING-STREET,
(OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL).
Tickets of Adm ssl u 25 eenie, cz?tlng holder to a
beautiful Oi:t from Christmas Tree; Single Season rick?
ets tl, entitling holder to four Gift?; Family season
TickeU $2, entitling ho der to eight Gifts.
Tlcke:s may be had at the Door, the Hoteli, principal
Book Stores, or f: cm any member of tbe
COMMIT!.- S t
JOHN W. SAWNER, Chairman.
Captain J. T. KANAPAUX, Vice-Chairman.
Rev. F. J. S H ADLER, Taeasurf-r.
E. F. SCHACHTE, Secretary.
PHIL. BUCK H EFT, JB. T. S. O'BRLEN.
JOS. DOIUAGE. B. SAHLMANN.
D. A. J. SULLTVAN. JAS. SiLVO.
F. L. O'NEILL. G. A. FOLLIN.
H. J. O'NEILL. E. F. SWEEGAN.
H. A. COHEN. EDW. Di LY.
Tnr prrceeds are to be devoted to defray the ca'ts of
the new Orga?\
Tho P';hT BAND, und jr the able direction of Mr.
THCM'.S WELDON, have generously volunteered their
scrvi'.es on the occasion, and will be in attendance every
N. B -Thc time of Exhibition ha? been advanced from
Monday thc 16th, to Thursday, the 12th inst
Positively Six Nights Only!
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING. BEC. 16
MARSHALL "& DOYLE'S
MIKADO TROUPE OF
W OME N
IK THE MOST
Admission $1; Colored Seats 70 cents; Children under
10 yeats of agc 60 cents. Doors open at 7; Japanese will
mpcar nt 8 o'clock.
Urand Family Matinee on Wednesday and Saturday at
2 P. M. li. P. KENDALL.
December 12 9 Agent.
DRUGS? CHEM, ALS, ETC.
OLD ESTABLISHED ?RIG STORK
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PHIN di .DORN)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market
HAYE LAIELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS IO
thoir usual stock of pure and treau
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
Comprising invoices norn the most reputable manu,
facturera. On hand, all ?he principal
Including Preparations of AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, fee. Uso, a
lar(;e assortment ol
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great utteutlon is paid to thc importation and selec?
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other arc allowed to fro ont of the Ee'.ab?:.3h
with ac, - cy, and ?ie public can
depend on i. utmost reliability in
the execution o. rders,
O. KELLERS, M. Il MER, O
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
.1. P. HORBACH.superintendent.
October 17 _
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREEK VILLE, S. C.
June 8 _
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM \ HURP .Of New Orleans.
JV. F. CORKER?.Ol Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda or Hotel.
Jun? 17 6mo
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
LI 7RRPOOL SALT.
4)AAA SA' ES LIVERPOOL SALT, IN SPLENDID
??\J\J\ J cr ier. For sale by
December 20 fmwfl ROBT. MURE k CO.J
TDTK CF ra AND BERNARD'S DOUBLE STRONG
ANr PALE ALES, in bond ?nd in Blore. For sale
by HOBT. MURE k CO.,
De. ember 20 [umrO Boyeo k Co.'? Wharf.jS
^Ci "ALE3 SUPERIOR EXTRA XJEAVi' DUNDEE
eJVF BAUOINO. 2.^ UJB to the yard.
For salo by ROBT. MURE & CO..
December 20 finwS Bojees ?: Co.'e Wharf.
FRUIT! FRUIT 1 FRUIT!
THE FIRST CARGO OF BARACOA FRUIT FOR
THIS SEASON has just arrived by thc Azelda and
Laura, consisting of>
30.000 Sweet Baracoa Oranges
12,000 choice Plantains
1,670 bunches of cboieo Bcd and V?llow Euiinu
2,000 Grape Fruit txnuui
46 dozens of choice Pineapples
6 barrels of Limes.
Parties wishing to purchase would do well to call and
see our collection of FRUITS, as too abevo were CAI
FULLY SELECTED FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
For sale at Nos. 57 and 59 MARKET-STREET, by
December 12_8_BAUT k WIRTS.
FRUIT! FRUIT! FRUIT!
?ITA AAA CHOICE HAVANA ORANGES
t) U . U LM100bunches Bananas
.ittdozen Sugar Love Pineapples
50 whole-boxes of Laver Raudos
50 halt-boxes of London Layer R-isicr.
50 quarter-boxes of Layer Raisins
500 pounds of Drum Figs
100 pounds ot Box Figs
40 Dozes cf Choice Lemons
150 barrels of Choice Northern Apples
40 b?rrela of Assorted Nuts
60 kegs of Choice Malaga Grapes
40 boxes cf Fire Crackers
20 barrels of Dried Apples
5 barrels of Dried Peaches
20 barrels of Marrow Beans
1 half-barrel cf Red Beana
2 barrels ol Green Peas
500 barrels of Choice Western Red Potatoes, ex?
pressly pnt up for Seed
50 barrels ot Choice Eating Potatoes
30 barrels of S. 9. Onions,
The above Goods will be sold in lots to suit purchasers,
at thc lowest market prices, by
' . _ BART 4 WERTH,
December 18 8 Noa. 57 and 59 Market-street.
CITIZENS WISHING TO PATRONIZE A DROVER
wt'l find MEAT at Stalls Nos. 48 and 49 I arga
Meat Market). BEEF, VEAL and MUTTON from SJ* to
12% cents per Us. constantly on hand.
November 20 Imo
BALE, ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOB SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT I"(TECHASESS, BY
the Manufacturer H. CLUCDS,
No. 67 Pino street, New York.
September 24 4mo
JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. 125 Meeting-street,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN HAVANA
AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS. Fine Ohe wing and
Smoking Tobacco, Genuine Meerschaum and Briarwood
Pipes, West India and Domestic Fruit, French Confec?
tionery, and Jellies, Preserves-m Jara and Cans; Nutt,
French Fancy Boxes, Malaca Grapes.
A full supply of WILLOW BASKETS, io , kc.
Country orders promptly art nded to.
December 3 Imo
WATCHES, JEWEIRY, ETC.
"W-A.T O H MAKER.
TT7M. ASHT ON, AFTER HIS RECOVERY FROM A
VV long sickness, presenta his grateful thanks to his
numerous friends who have patronized him during the
past generation, and will feol obllgod by a renewal of their
favors. To those who have made the honth their resi?
dence during the past throe years, and aie unacquainted
with him, he would introduce himself by saying he has
always given satisfaction, and ever intends doing so.
ALL KINDS OF CLOCKS, WATCBES AND JEWELRY
No. 405 KING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
December 17 taf2
A SUPERB STOCK OF FIVE
GOLD AND SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
ALL WARRANTED TO RUN AND THOROUGH?
LY REGULATED, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
$10 EACH. /
100 Solid Gold Hantln- Watches.$250 to $1000
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches. 200 to 600
100 Lu . ics' Watches, Enamelled. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 250 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Levers. 200 to 260
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. 160 to 200
600 Gold Hunting American Watches.100 to 260
600 Silver Hunting Levers. 60 to 160
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 260
500 Ladies' Gold Watches. 60to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Lepines. 60 to 75
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all kinds. 50 to 1C0
2500 Silver Hunting Watches. 25 to 60
6000 Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 75
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular one
prie plan, giving every patron a tine Gold or solid Sil?
ver Watch lor $10, without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of tho above magnifi?
cent Stock. Certificates, naming thc articles, are placed
in sealed envelopes, and well mixed. Holders aro enti?
tled to tho article named on their certificate, upon pay?
ment of Ten Dollars, whether lt be a Watch worth $1000
or one worth less. The return of any of our certificates
entitles you to the article named .'hereon, upon payment,
irrespective of its worth, and as no srticlo valued loss
than $10 ls named on any certificate, it will at once
be seen that this is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legit?mate transaction, which may bo participated in
even by the most fastidious t
A singlo Certificate will be sent bj mail, postpaid, upon
receipt of ?6 cents, five for $1, eleven for $2, thirty-three
and elegant premium for $5, sixty-six and more valuable
premium for $10, one hundred and most superb Watch
tor $16. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this
is a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by the Government, and open
to the most caret ul scrutiny. Try us. Ad dre H
WRIGHT. BRO. k CO.,
Importers, No. Hil Broadway, N. Y.
SAM'L B. MABSHALL
EESPECTFULLY BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
that he has now on hand, and is receiving constant?
ly, the following
ENGLISH MD AMERICAN GOODS,
Which he offers at Wholesale and Kc ta Ll.
AXES, HOES, SPADES SHOVELS. \
COTTON AND V. OOL CARDS.
SIEVES, CHAINS, NAILS.
SPIKES, CANAL BARROWS,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
MILL AND GRIND STONES,
PLOUGHS, CORN SHELLER j,
STRAW CUTTt RS,
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
F JRKS AND CASTORS,
CAPS, MUSKETS, GUNS,
WOOD TIN AND HOLLwW WARE.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, of my own importation, an assortment of GUNS,
CUTLERY, Steel Corn 31111s, i arron Ware, Sporting Ar?
ticles, .tc. Will be sold low for cash or city acceptance.
No. 310 KING-STREET,
THREE DOOKS BELOW SOCIETY,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUN.
December 3 36
?fES! STOVES ! STOVES!
THE VERY LOWEST 1ESET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOR CHURCHES. HOTELS, SCHOOLS AND SALOONS,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO..
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
Noviijibir 2 2mos Charleston. S. C.
W. E. MARSHALL,
m\m Al HAIR CIJTTil
So. 31 BROAD-STREET, Up Stairs,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D?<?nb? s lal.?