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?YEWS HU MM ART.
-Gold was quoted in New York at 134.
-Cottou closed in New York easier; eales 1500,
-lu Liverpool Cotton closed easy but more ac?
tive; quotations unchanged.
-L ii said that tuero aro u.w 300,000 starving
paupers in Sweden.
-A. H. Davenport, tho actor, died at New Or?
leans renou tty o? ousu npti m.
_A J Artesian well near St. Louis is said to have
reaOadd tho dm;a ox 2700 feet.
-Alexander S. Cox, brother o? Hon. S. S. Cox,
bas jua: d.ca in Washington of consumption.
-^ittr Januar) 1st it will cost tut twelve cents
to sec.: a loitor to Europe.
-I', is .uggested tuat our national debt might
bs odored iu exchange for Cuba.
-Tuc New York Mail advocates the publication
of engagements iu order to provent fi.rtotion.
-They are talking in Georgia about passing a
law making it a breach of the peace to dun a man
-T.ie heaviest woman in Paris, Elizabeth Vo
romque, h-a just uieJ. She weighed five hun?
d? ed aaa twenty English pounds.
-Louis Napo.dou is ta:J to bo engaged on a
"Lueof Au^djtus," as a pendant to his "Lifo of
-Ito Chinese in Sau Francisco are about build?
ing a maguinodot theatre for their own use. They
have two already.
-borne of tn; citizens of San Antonio, Texas,
have formed a compauy to emigrate to Hon?
-Hoya city, Kansas, has not a houso within its
limits th.t is fur mou:hs cid, but it has four
thousand iuhab.tants and a newspaper.
-Like Erie is fed by ono underground strea m
that is seventy foet d-.cp whore it enters tho earth,
and does not reappear until its waters have min?
gled wita those oj the lake.
-Sin F.a..c.sco tolls of rccclviug two thousand
ton? of tea by a siuglo vessel from China. Few
vosacis ever carried a more valuab.o cargo if the
story is tim?.
-"UM honorable Mn. Norton," well known as
an author, has fallen heir to a fortune of a quarter
O? a mihi on dollars. The property was acquired in
the Eoat ludia traue.
-Pittsourg gLssworks are closod, and will re?
main so undi t-o workmen agree to a reduction of
wages. Bordoutown, N. J., and Louisville, Ky.,
factories ate discaargiag many hands.
-The m.auows below Now Orleans, it is an?
nounced, were or. ?ro for several days last week,
and clouds of smoko, cinders and ashes wero blown
Into tho <*ity by tao high wiuds.
-Lake .superior is becoming a valuable iron pro?
ducing region. Tho mmes near Marquette aro
said to have produced 450,000 toes of iron during
tl ie past i oar.
-lu Paris, it is stated, tho Prefect of Police has
directed tuat ali bakers shall soil th .ir bread by
weight and weigh it in preso^ce of the buyer, oven
without being lequeatod to do so lu England also
a similar lnuasui'e is being enforced.
- ? ho work on the Washington Monument, at
Washington, has already cost $210,000. The
heitrht roached is 174 foo , leaving 374 feet to be
finished. The entire height of the monument is
fixed at 548 feet.
-Tho editor of the Lune, a comic paper of Paris,
had been flue J GOO francs and sentenced to two
montas imprisonment for treating of political sub?
jects wituout permission. Tho paper will nut bo
allowed to contrite publication.
-Ur. Robert A. Alexander, the famous Ken?
tucky breeder, gave all his property in Kentucky
and Scotland to his brother, and divided his largo
Ii.no.s est?t J between two sisters. Bequests were
made to otuer relations.
-Tho Italian Life Insurance Society bas pub?
lished in Loudon some statistics showing the
average duration of LL iu Italy as compared with
that in other oouutries, from which it appears that
the mortality of Italians is exceptionally great.
A correspondent of a New York paper, in view
of recent robberies of bank messengers, eng gests
that the messengers wear a conspicuous uniform,
" A brilliant red coat atd cap,'' which would bring
citizens to their as.istancv in case of attack.
- On the evacuation of Venetia the Austrian
Government took away both woras of arl and
the very valuablo historical documents. After a
long negotiation th J matt.r has beeu settled by
Austria returning the works of art and retaining
-Eng'aijd has another barbarian war on her
hanuci. Bishop Crowther, of Sierra Leone, went
on a visitation up the Nile, was taken prisoner,
and, in the courio of effecting bis release by force
of arms, the Vico-Consul, Mr. Fell, was killed.
Evidently tho Africans have no regard for "pres?
-A singular robbery has been committed at the
Greek Treasury. The treasure chest requires
three diflfereut key6 to open it, but it was opened
And forty-fivu thousand drachmas were abstracted.
Suspicion has fallen on a well-known housebreaker
in the higher class of society, who has escaped
-Two New Orleans merchants, who are charged
with defrauding firms In that city of amounts
ranging as high as $150,000, wore brought to New
York on Monday by detectives, who, finding them?
selves likely to bc detained by a writ of haben
oorpus in New Orleans, spirited their prisoners
away, notwithstanding the elf >rts of General Han?
cock to intercept them.
-The British army is very costly. In India it
amounts to 250,000 men, at an annual oost of $33,
000,000. Elsewhere in the British Empire it is
120.000 mon, at an aunual cost of $75,000,000. The
navy casts annually $50,000,000. The total ex?
penditure Lr army and navy amounts to $210,
000,000 annually, or twico tho Fronen expenditure
lor the same purposes.
-The CheroKce Nation is reported to be in a
oondition of p*.osp rity. The new'y elected chief
recommends the establishment of a newspaper
theroin the English and Cherokee languages. The
Southern branch of tho tribo, who separated from
t at tho beginning of tho rebellion, are saiu to bo
returning. Cattle aro not very abundant, but this
want is about tho only thing marring Cherokee
-It has been found in Massachusetts that the
mama for collecting cancelled stamps is a cloak for
fraud and ono person was arrested there who had
made this a great business, and in whose posses?
sion were found acids, which, ho asserted, woie
used simply to wash the stamps in order to ma o
thorn clean. Ho was discharged from arrest upen
condition that ho should, for a certain length of
time, subject his correspondence to inspection. I
-The Doflobncy Appropriation bill was report- i
ed, lt appropriates for reconstruction-First |
military district, $50,000; second military district,
tatt 000; third military distriot, 597,000; fourth 1
military dis rict, $150.000; fifth military district. '
t250,000-total, $057,0:0. For the quartermaster's' 1
department, for the year ending Juno 80,1868,
$12.000.000. There are other minor items,
amounting to $10,000, making the whole amouit
of the bili $12,567,000.
-The Democratic gain in I linois is simply im- (
menso. Ihe election of last month was merelv for
county trea-urers an! surveyors, but it shows a \
wonderful change ft3m ^ VCAR< IQ^^. 1
tight counties which have returned their votes 1
Logan had last year, as Congressman at large, a ?
majority of 45 781. Now the Radicals carry them n
by a bare majority of 5585. This shows a gain p
which, if proportionate in the remaining tbirt- ;
four counties^;!, give a round Democratic majority J
in the whole State. A chango of some sixtv thous"
!?tn?? one year would be remarkable were a
it not for the similar ch nges taking placo all ove- 1
the country, as radicalism grows moio andmore e
-The Treasury Budding at Washington, lt is I
Mid, when completed, will have cost nearly $5 000 - ?
OOO andwtUbotbe finest executive edificelnTbe "
world. Tho greater portion of it is built of Ma ne '!
granite, and it is proposed to rebuild tho re- "
maindcr with tho same material, a3 the porous T
eandstono of wh.oh it is constructed, ia disintcg- ai
rating rapidly. Plane have been prepared for a m
new War Department building, but Congross will
not, pr.ibab'y, roto the requisito appropriations
for i!? construction. Tho i ow building for tho
Department of Aprical tore is rapidly approaching
completion, and thc museum hall will bo a promi?
nent attractiou for visitors. Specimens of the
animals, fruit3, producto of tho soil and insocts of
every section of th2 Republic will bo arranged in
-Thc Boston Tost says : Thero ia ovor?- prospect
of B ^tlnr call for relief at tho South. ?he samo
causes which brought \bout tho destitution of last
year will result in suffering this Winter. To bo
sure, greater attention has been given to thc ccroil
and vegetable crops; but agriculture, Uko many
other occupations, ia yet in such a disordered and
distracted state, that tho full rosources of thc
country, which are more than ample to support its
population, carnot bo brought out. Labor has
beau fitful and inadequate to thc cultivation of tho
land, and cotton planters find themselves unable
to remunerate sufficiently their laborers from tao
proceeds or their crops. Thus tho working popu?
lation, sotting aside those who have indulged in
wastefulness and improvidence, are uuablo to sup?
ply themsoived with tho necessaries of lifo, and
very soon wo n\ust hear th 3 supplications ol' hun?
gry multitudes. This will coutinue to be tho caso
year after year until society becomes settled and
industry encouraged under an orderly and legiti?
mate administration of affurs. This trouble and
suffering might have been Rvoided long ago but
for the operations of those whose interest it is io
keep the South in a turmoil. Let us nope that
another Winter will witness the cessation of tho
oause as well as tho fact of this suffering.
SATURDAY HORNING, EECEMBEB 21, 1867.
Senator Merrill'* '?Blossins In Disguise."
The South has never favored a high protec?
tive tariff. The reasons are obvious. The
North reaps all the profits of such a system,
and the South foots all the bills. Mr. GREE?
LEY, however, in the Tribune, and Mr. MOR?
RILL, in the Senate, continue to insist that a
high proicctive tariff is a great national boon,
just as SOUTHEY used to write up thc national
debt of Engluud, and speak of it as a great
blessing, because " widows and ancient maid?
ens can find a secure investment for their
s ivings in the Three-per-cents " In the impo?
sition of the present tariff the South has hac*
no part ; and the same may be said of the com?
plex and unwise system of internul revenue.
Had tbe South bad a voice in Congress, that most
stupid and iniquitous pie.c of legislation, tbe
cotton tax, could never have beer, enacted. We
raised our protest against it from thc first,
foreseeing that upon the fall in the price of
cotton, au absolute tex of three or two and a
half cents a pound must become ruinously op?
pressive. Had the tax been ad valorem, there
would have been les? reason to complain.
Mr. GBLELEY has had very little to say on
the subject of the cotton tax. Whether this
strange silence proceeds from a conviction of
its folly or injustice, or simply from the con?
sideration that it affects the negro, we arc una?
ble to say, but incline to thc latter hypothesis.
Mr. MortniLL looks to the revenue alone. Here
ara twenty millions a year, which he thinks it
foolish for the nation to relinquish. What
cares he for the industry of the South or for
the negro ?
Senator MORRILL is sadly inconsistent in his
arguments in favor of the cotton tax. 1. He
says that he wants to restrain and limit thc
production of cotton, and stimulate the produc?
tion of grain in the South. This the tax cer?
tainly does; and if this is his real and sole
purpose, he is at least logical The tax un?
questionably restricts the culture of cotton in
the United States, und stimulates the produc?
tion in foreign countries. 2. But the Senator
also says that cotton can be more economically
produced in this country than anywhere else.
He combats the opinion of the Commissioner of
Internal Revenue, who, after a careful exami?
nation of the subjec". had arrived at the opposite
conclusion. He contends that tho tax on cotton
is a protection to the planter, in that it limits
the crop, and thus brings him a larger price.
" Our chief danger," says Mr. M., "was from
ourselves in increasing the crop.'
We confess that we fail to see the force of
Senator MOBRILL'S reasoning. How can a
heavy tax, that is to be prohibitory on some,
stimulate others? If ten small farmers can
plant cotton, and make a profit on it, why not
one large planter? If there were a discrimi?
nation in favor of small planters, as has been
proposed by s'-ine, we could understand the
Senator's argument; but in bis remarks on
Monday, he did not propose to exempt any one
from the tax. If he could enforce his views,
cotton would soon be taxed entirely out of ex?
istence. However, the repeal of the tax is now
a foregone conclusion, although it may be de?
layed by congressional filibustering. Wo are
only sorry that Congress seems indisposed to
remit or refund the tax upon the crop of the
As a means of improving the fertility of land,
irrigation is of great value. Spring water
brings fertilizing substances from the deep
eartb, and conveys them aloDg the water
cours?e, whose bottoms are ia this way made
more productive than uplands. All spring
water abounds in fertilizing matter ; and water
itself supplies ever forty per cent, of the ele?
ments of all plants, exclusive of their earthy
part, and contains, generally, a considerable
amount of carbonic acid. Running water re?
turns to the land atoms similar to those which
have been taken from it by tillage, and, there?
fore, all farmers thould irrigate as large a
surface as possible. Irrigation will give in?
creased crops; increased crops will enable the
farmer to buy guano or any good fertilizer. It
also encourages thc growth of grass, which
grass will support stock, and become another
source of manure.
The expense of 'urning spring or branch
water over londs is very small. A few
ditches and gutters will distribute water over
several aores, while the deposit o; mud fills up
the hollows ?nd fits the ground for mowing
and the better distribution of water thereafter.
The irrigating water also spreads fine clay or
mould over a poor sand or gravel surface.
Some soils are so loose that common manures
are nearly thrown awoy upon ihem ; but cover
them with muddy water, and you fill the pores
with fine earth, rich in the food upon which
plants live, like the bottom of a drained mill
Irrigation improves poor land ; it keeps rich
land from falling off in fertility; it will enable
the farmer to increase his crops, and increase
the quantity and improve the kind of his stock
ind material ; it is tho great source of vegeta?
ble life which lies at the doors of nearly every
planter; it is the cheapest, surest and easiest
way of eL.iching land that the Southern
'armer can find.
The pine ?3 not to bc esteemed for the rosin
if commerce alone. It has medicinal proper
ies and domestic uses which the scienoo of
europe has brought to light ; and, at the
'"renou, exhibition, there were a number of
.roducts of the pine which in this country ure
itarly, if not entirely, unknown. There was a
ine wadding, which was found to be valuable
a cases of catarrh, bronchitis and sere throat.
'here was a vegetable wool, which does not
t tract moisture, and keeps off or kills insects. ?
'here was an etherated pine oil, which, when j
mploycd in friction, has given unexpected re- '.
nits, and has been found invaluable in the j
jmmencement of paralysis und apoplexy, and
i cases of cramp, neuralgia and dropsy. There
i. also, tho pine spirit and pine soap, both of '
hich have been found to bc of great worth,
hese products have been carefully examined,
ad there is a prospect that they will soon be '
iBUufuctured in Paris in large quantities. I ?
Every Lour goes lo prove that there is an
inexhaustible mino of wealth in the South, and
that every man who resolves to make thc moil
of what he has, instead of sighing for that
which lie cannot obtain, has found the safest
and surest v.ay to a confortable ?uture.
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December 2 _
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
THE PHILADELPHIA DNITEBSITY OF MEDICINE
AND SURGERY was organized in IS to. Chartered
by the Legislature. February 20.1823. Nair.? changed
by a legislative enactment to the Eelectic ?. od. 1 ul col?
lege, 0: Puiladelph.u, in 18?0. lu 1803 it puren .s ? a the
Pennsylvania Medical college cs.abhshcd iu ?3*2, and
the Pul.udelj his Medical College, whian had previously
been merged into thc Pennsylvania M<dicai 1 ul.'cgc. in
loo* it purchased the Penn Modical L'uiv>rsi>. ?111
Trustee* ol' thc separate schools united, petitioned and
obtained a special Act of thc Levis aturo, cousoi.dauug
tne.-.e institutions and chu. gin? their names to that ol the
Philadelphia University of Medicino and surgery,
.March 15, 18C3. All these various Acts aro publi hed in
the statutes ot Pennsylvania. Tho co.-t of tue 1 witling
und musoum was over one hundred thousand dollars, lt
will bu observed Unit the University, as now organized, is
the legal representativo ol' thc lour Medical Colleges that
it has absorbed. It is a liberal scboal 01 medicine con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached .0 any medical cliques,
but embraces in iu teaching everything ol varuetoiho
Sctiiotu.-lt has two lull sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st ol October, and continuing until thc 1st ol
January, au it? lirsl session, and iroui tho lat ol January
to the 1st 01 April, us its second ; tile two constituting one
lull course ot lectures, lt hus also a summer cession,
commen?a:;: the 1st April a ad continuing inti August,
tor the preparatory branches, such as Lauu, week.
Mathemaucs. Botan j. Zoology, Chemistry, Anatcmy
Tickets.-iickcts to the full course of lectures S120 or
$00 tor each session. For the summer or prcparuto.y
course ?2?. Graudi.ling toe ?3d. io aid youuj men ol
moderate means, the UlliVorsitj has issued live nut.dreu
scholarships, which arc sold to Ors.-course etude..tb tor
?70. and to sojoudfounie studcuts und clergymen lor
ij'J, e. ch coustituuug thc holder a lite member, with tho
perpetual 1 rivileges of tho lectures, and ?til the touchings
ot the school, 'the only additional tees uro a j oarly dis
seo ting und matricu. atong tacket, each o? which is o?.
TM Adxantoga of Schoiarthipt.-ihe student holding a
scholarship ouu enter the CoUege at any time during uro
year, atteni a.- long as he chooses, and re-enter the inud
tun-.i as f.cquentiy as de.ired.
. It requires no previous reading or study to outer tho
University on scholarships, hence, oil privato tunion ices
Students, by holding scholarships, em prosecute other
basinets a j.art of the tim?.
Tho candidate tor graduation can present himself at
any time, sud recsivo his decree as soon as quahtieo.
In cases stu out should holi scholarship and not be
able to attend lectures, it can JJ translerrcd to another,
thus preventing on . los.-.
Parents, guardians or inends of studonts wishing to
pur.-hoae scholarship tor them a > cur or moro beiore
their attendance at tue University, eausecuio thom by
advancing one-bait the price und paying tho balaucu
when tho student enters. Physicians und benovojeut
men can bestow great benefit upon poor yeutig men by
presenting tiicui a scholarship, sud thus euub.mg them
to oontki au honorable proie.-?;au.
ibo Faculty emuraces seventeen eminent physicians
and surgeons, 'ino Uuiversiiy has associated with it a
1 rge hospital clinic, whe.u every lorm 01 medical and
surgical uiseaso ls operated on and treated in tho pres?
ence 01 Le class.
COLLXOE BuiLDrxo.-The College .building, located In
Ninth street, south of Walnut, ls the hnest m the ci.y.
its iront is collegiate gothic, and ls adorned with eui
battlements and embrasures, presen Unit u novel, bold,
and beautiful appearance. The tucr.de 11 ot brown stone,
ornamented by two towers, rising to tho ele.anon ol
eighty teet, and crowned with un embattled parapet,
the budding contains between tilly aud sixty rooms, all
sapp.ied with water, gas, and every other convenience
that modern improv.meut can contribute to tucuiutc
medical in.-triictiou. Ouiy Uve hundred scholarship*
will be issued, und as two hundred und nit) arc BOW
sold, those wno wish to secure ore should da so at once.
Money can bo remitted by oxpress, or u dioi't or chock
seat on any National Hank m tho United states, when
the scholarship will be reta; ned by niall, signed by the
President of the board ot Trustees, JOD^PH t?. Fi SHER,
jt.-q., and the Dean ot tho Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D.
AH orders tor ?cbolarship-i or oth-.-r business 01 thc Uni?
versity, should be adircssed to Professor W. PAINE, II.
D., Philadelphia, Pa.
PAINE'S PBACTICE OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORK JOST IS.-OED BY W. PAINE, M. D.,
Professor ol thc Principles and Practice ot Medicine auO
Pathology ia the Philadelphia University ol kieJlcUW
and Surgery; author of Fame's Practice of Surgery ; a
work on O.t temes and Materia Medica, sv.tbor e. New
school Itemed i e.--; au Epitome ol E cr.ie'? Practice Ol
Medicine; He? lew ol Uomx-oputi.y; a Work OL t'le His?
tory of McJlc.ne; Editer ol Univusity Meeieal and Sur?
gical Journal, A-c, Atc. lt it a royui octavo ol VtiC pages,
und contains a toll de^cripuou of u J iuuiscs knowu in
medicine and surgery, isc!u<'in.-: thone ot worn ;u und
clnidreu, together wttu their pathology und ircutm.ut bj
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Address W. PAINE, ll. D., Edi or,
September 12 Philadelphia, Pa.
J. L. HONOUR,
AUCTIONEER AND INSURANCE AGENT,
NO. 8 BROAD-STREET.
INSURANCE ON HOUSES. 610 ES. FURNITURE,
Atc, A:c , taken in iirst-class SOC I SERN Insurance
;om> anic-=. Although thc Companies re?'reoented in
his Agency do not put out FAfcULOUS CAPITALS OX
? Phil, they will bo found STRONGER in c. mparison
ru MARKET VALUE OF THEIR CAPITAL AND IHE
IMOUNT AT RIoK, than thc largest cap.ta! represented
n the city ol' Charleston.
J. li. HONOUR,
INSURANCE AGENT, No. 8 Broad-itreet.
December 17 Imo
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. HT FLORENCE.
S. C., offers an excellent medium to Mcrchunts and
tiic-rs wno wish to extend their business is the Pee
?co section of the Stale. Rutes o? advertising vory rei
nable. ?optember ie
WAXTEO. A WUHAN (WHITE OR COL
OllLDl to go to Pl'aid*, nb i h.Id's N'uro. Must
bc recoauuoii led. App'y io .\o. 18Li-. -STREET.
Deccmb r 'Jl 2*
WA VI ED, A tllLUIIEU HAN TO COOK.
Mu>t com3 wei r.:cour.nou?\-ci. Apply at No. 51
WEXTWeiB I h -J . HU,!, ucxt west o! Military Hall.
fTTANTSD, FOR A GESTl.KM.V.\ AND 'AIS
TT Wit i.', out! or two furnished rooms, lu cintrai
portion ot thc- city. Ad?rcss P. O. BOX No. 367.
?FAVUiD TO ti EM, WIT II IV FIVE OR
TT eight miauten walk ol thc Postoihce, lu a
picas mt ncigbbjihood, t-ithoi o ?niau HOO?E OL- tour or
nvc ROOM> in a large cue, wsth a separate apartment
tor a Kitchen. Rent no. to bc more mau ;35U or slOJ.
Address "Jr'. O.," ere L. Chup?n 4: Co., iia> ne-s.r.et,
???Q?Af? TO ft3UO0 PER Y UAH.-A?
iD?m?tJ\J\J AGENl i3want d lu every town in the
Luiuu to maka aud sdi au ar l..e ot' daily consumption
iu every family. It i. eutir. ly uew. salo as permanent
us T.our Aduress LOUIs CORLEMZ, Middleton, Aid.
December 4 imo
AGENTS AVA vTEO K?R THE ?LIFE OF
JEFFERSON DAVI>," by rrauU H. A.nicud, of
lucamouii, formerly cui.ur of the southern Literary
Messenger, 'luis is a tull sud auth-u tc bu tory tl tho
Lao and Pubic bervicea of tho great Strathern 1 eau er,
Mr. A iricud bas enjoyed unusual uovantages ui thu pre?
paration ot thu woifc, us will oe apparent to all ou tXAui
maiiou. send lor sp?cimen puyes und circulars, with
terms. Adurcss NAJ.1U.VI1, P?liLISHlNe? CO , Atlan?
ta, cia. Imo' November 29
WANTED-AN AGENT-ONE CHANCE IN
cadi tawu, worthy thc attention o: on active
buaiuc^s mau, to take bu OfiOilcy IO? the ^ale o: LHAD
SHILLI'S .i J. MOLLDINO AND WEA 1'ULM
sXrUPn, yppucu to ibo bide-, bot.ow, to., and centre of
doors aud uuiuowa. (icuJ for ugcnt'a circular.
J. H. Bi.ADaiPJiL'1 4: CO.,
November 27 Stool Boston, Masa.
WANTED-A YOUNO LADY WANTS A
?HUAX10N the l usuing year a: TEA.CHEK m a
private iauiuy. sue will give thorough in>-'.rucueu lu
tue laughs., branches oi euueut.ou and teacu \ouug be
gi^ucra iu the Arenen l.nouage. l?,; uc3: reterenoee
given, a.:d terms moderate. AddreiS "?llSa L. \V.,"
cure ot Dr. C. li. Jo-ies, Ashland, llanover County, Va.
November 25 _Imo
-ta/ANTED, AGENTS EV bBl WHt.BE, IO
TT sci Uta M.vUIc. CLcANSLSO CRcA.J. Sumplo
doz., terms, show tiri-, etc., ccu. on receipt of i2.
Jj. CUILuINO? ?CO.,
No. 42 .South Miuvet street, .boston.
Novertber 25 arno?
WANTED, A SITUATION AS TEACHKlf
Thc su;-senuer, wno hu? had eight ?cara experi?
ence ia Ids profession, us Priucipui ol Academies,
aud is at p'eseut Principal of .uoutrcal Academy
in Neisou County, Va., UCSA-CB to rcraovo south
ou account ot the health of his ainify, aud
will accept a situauou ciuier in a Male or i'emal-j
college or Acuuciuy, or in a Private Schoo! that
wui yielo mm u suppori, anywhere mucorgiaor South
Curoi.ua. Hu tcacue.-, besiues tbc English ji-aucbes uud
j.atueinalics. tuc Lana, un t, Ircucu aud "ftl*"at' Lan?
guage -, ana wm ; ive fcat..-i.,ctjry testunoui?isoi his com?
petency, success and popularity as a i cacher. Addi ess
t.. i.. JI_?I-J???S0.N, MoucrcaJ, deiicrsou county. Va.
November 2J Imo
rpo lit.NT, THE * WATHEL .IO ?? PLAN?
A. TA'HON, situated on Jehu's IiJuud, loimciiiately
ou ihe ito-o ILv. r. It coa.uais 4-U uer J a h.st quaii.y
coitou laud, 20? acree pruno pru vision laud, and about
beti aeres woojiaud, H negro luua.s, uvem.cr's houso.
2 CJUJU houses. Uar J, .ua ?tu house, au iu good oraer.
Forienns, kc,apptj tc u. c. MCI-ADDLN, nuiuter, ^.
C.. lin. W. ult.^iliALL, J. hu'? isiaau, or to J A M LS
at. c'ALc NVtLL ?: aUN, etj.iu.t u, a. C.
?7?OR RENT,THAT DESIRABLE RE81DE>Cci
. No. ?DjUgliiy-strceL Possession given lut Jauuiry
hex!. IL? U-iUeiS cju,pjra.iv.jiy LO?, fix rjeiuc, Ut
bides ClOtOte, d.c. Aj.piy Ul .NO. i4i Hl:JfJ.'iAtit*?XlififcX
A party ticrU-iug t.- i.uTvXuco eau msKu uvjrablc terms.
jjcccui-Lr ia 6
TO RENT, TWO OR TH KEB KOOMS, IN
thu uusirablo residence tsuuthwost co-nor ol Rut
I .ectfo -nd \>ci-iworeh st;ccU. Apply os L.ol'ULalISLb.
Lcccmjcr 17 6
FUR RENT, PART OF ?% DELIGHTFULLY
iTlliAlLD -1 -.NaiU.N, in tuc fou.hwcstorn por?
uou ot euc cay, ccauniug ol a IUI te oi turee or lour
.pucious ?oams ou tiic ursi Hour, wiui k.tcueu and ccr
vauu' upaiimuuis. leims m^ueiate. AJIUCSB "A,'
Daii.. hewe ouice. t.o uuiocr i'J
rnO LEASH Jb'Ott A TERH Ot YEARS,
J. tue VALUARLE Esl Alt bciouglug to tho law
Le.o.lei Eeiit, situated iu uiaugcburg i'lstnct,. oustst
lug ot SOvd ueles, tuu-tliirds cleared. J uc sell is rich
reu day, line .or ai Muds ot crops, J Le Lstatc is water
eel by a ?age cree., ou unie A .U a It'iNi: Al i LL S??AT
AND DAAI iL)a.PL.ciL; tho lost watei'-power in tho
auto KI Mills aaa l',:etortes; Siluutiou bcalthy ali th>>
year round, ou tile piuca are sixty laborers pircedme ni,
wuo Wuulu contract cbeapiy, as uiey cesire to remain,
'lue Estate wiu be icateu tot* a term ul yean in one
body, or iu fanni to suit small capital, r or terms, ap.
pty io MuwnY cu. November 19
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST, ON THE C ARS BETWEEN RINGS
ViLtL und this el y, a KLD Lea-lA L: AiDLit
i'j..iilJ.\.N.vl_, cuA.uiuiug ?25 in money aud u tree
ticket ou thc road iu tuc mme ol Miss licRuiau. Any
One ?uui .g tao uaoie wi 1 bo sUaUbiy rewarded by leav?
ing Hat inls UilILL. L'ecembur itt
PRIVATE BOARD.-TO LET A FURNISH?
ED ROOM, wi.h thc use of a parlor, with or with?
out board, in a priva.c family, whore ttiore arc no other
boar ie; a. Apply at THIS CU-r iC'L'. December 12
TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN OR A GE\
ULLMAN AND Illa WiFE can bo accommodated
wich lieiard. Ajjpty at No. 121 QUttLN-dXK?LT. lcm,
reasonable. tutu J De.e-mber 17
EE U O V A L-II O A RUING .-.URS. A.
IKAd baviug r mov. d her Roar.iug Lsiabilaii
meut lrom No. 5J Lhurch-slreet to No. iO LKO..D
biltt'L!', is uaw p/epaied tj niruiah i'oird to a limited
nuruboi or ladies aud lionttcmen. Term - mod?rale.
BOA KD WANTED.-A PRIVATE FAMILY
willing to board . noUi.r family, con&istiUR cf hus?
band, wi.o, young lady, two child.cu a jd hui se, ou rea?
sonable term?, Will picato nddrc. s or call on LEUN'AltD
CeiAPlN, No. 2J U.yne-a.rect, and state terms aud lo?
cality, ihrec or Jour rcouiB required. December 14
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be ublaiuod, at reujouablc ratcu, by applying ct No.
iii LI.Nu ?TRELi', ouc dcor above iludion street, near
the LiiaueL ihe a tree t cars pass the door every ten
minuten. 2mo October 7
THE FIRM Ol' rURBLC 4 CO., IS DISSOLVED BY
mutual consent, ?ll accounts with the lirai Will bo
Bcttlrd Dy JcLlL'o KOCMILLAl', who wi.l coutiuue thc
business. F. ETJOENK DUUUEC,
J L'Libs ROuMlLXiAT.
Charleston, December 14,1867.
Doc mbi r lt) mws3
I SCELLA ti EG US.
DO\'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEURA?
TLD SOUTHERN lONI PANEMN's ULP.VHC
I?, i TBHH, on umaihug remedy tor all Disease* ot tho
Dige.?\e Organs aud mo Livor. For suie uy aU Drug
DON'T FAIL TO M RY THE CELEBRA?
TED BOOTHERN TOML. PANKNIN'a ULPATiG
Ulfl'XBS, au uuiauing icmedytor all Diseases ot the
Digestive ergons and tue Liver. Tor saie by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY' THE CELEBRA
I LD SOUTHERN TUNIC. PAN ii N ?N's HKPATIO
DI i i Lils, un uuiutliug remedy tor ad Diseases of t JO
Ligestlve Organs and the Liver. For salo by oil Drug?
DO%'T KAIL TO TRY' THE CELEBRA
TLD sou J HERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HLPATIC
U.ATER?, an u ,failing remet'j ta all Uiseases of tho
Utgestivc Orguus and tho Liver. For sa.e ey all Drug
DONI T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOU!HERN lONiC, PANKNIN'o HLPAHC
Uiil'Llts, au u-laih. g remedy for a.l Diseases ol the
Digestive Oigau* and tho Liver. Tor sale by al. Drug?
DON'T F^IL TO TRY THK CECEBRA
TED SOUIHEBN IONIC, PANK.N'IN'i HEPA HC
L>.J1EK-, an Uuiaiiin3 remedy for all Disease, of the
Dixie? Li Ve 0roaus a.a ute Liver, lor sale by all Drug
DON'T FAIL TO J RY THE CELEBRA
TLD SOUTHERN TC.NIC, PANKNIN'S HLPATIC
?iiTERS, au Uhiaiuiig remedy lor all Discuses of the
Di.c-.iive LrgausaUdUia Liver, l or salo by ail Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEUUA
1LD sOOTUERN IONIC, PANKNIN'a HLPATIC
ciiTL;;^, au uuiai.iug remedy l?r an Diseases of thc
: ig'ative Organs and the Liver. J or aMe by aU Drug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY IKE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TO ?IC, PANSNLN'S HEPATIC
liuTriib, au uuiai.iug remeuy foranLiseoa.s o: th*
Di;jeativo Organs and tuc Liver. For salo by all Drug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
XED SOUilil?iiN IONIC, PANKNIN'SHEPATII
tfxiTEBS, an uafiiing r.medyfarall LU.aica ot the
Digestive Or ans aud the Liver, ioi s?le by uti Dru?.'*
|-\OA'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
\J XE ' SOUTH BN IONIC, P NUN I SS HEPATIC
nt l i'EUs, au nutaiilng rcaie<iv for ab Uisea cs ol'Lie
Digest.vc organs and Ul? Liver. Ter talc by all l'rug
Riete. lyr November 27
lt. H. MAKSHALL & BK?T1IEB,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
I) EAL ESTATE. aTOCKS, ic, BOU'THT AND SOLD
t ON COMMISSION; LO AN-il NEGOTIATED; ri!0
?3-Auetiou oi HORSES, FURNITURE, i.e., every
n'*(in:tday. October l'J
WILLIAM li. GILLIL49?D ? SOX
Had Estate Agents, Ancticncerfl
OP FICE NO. 33 DAVNS STREET.
Benfmbi r -
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, immm mmm,
riTILLATTEND TO TI?E PURCHASE, SALE ?tiO
TT S.?irMEN"l ito Foreign andDomeslic Pw?sjol
JOnON. tl CL, LOURER AND N'A VAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Cliarlt ?ton. 8. C.
C, TTILLiS.?. H. OHIsOLal
O?tol or 2 a
STONEWALL FTHE ENGINE COMPANY?
i Tl END A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
JA. >our Company, This Evening, ut Murket IU1L, at 7
o'cloCt precisely. Members aro requested io t.e punc?
tual in aitendauo*. By order. W. G. MILLEU.
December 21 1 Secretary.
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY CHARI?
A TTEND THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
1\. offtbo Association 7/iu Evening (22d tailing on
sunday), in Masonic Hall, at 7 o'clock.
Printed copies of the Constitution will bo roady for de?
The Committee O. S. will roport.
J. L. HONOUR,
DccctnSer 21 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
SAVANNAH ANO CHARLESTON RAIL.
'pHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
JL 1 f the Savannah and Charleston Railroad Co tpany
will convene in Charleston, S. C.. on the second Wednes?
day in Jauuary, 18C8, being tho 8th day of tho month, at
A B-atemont of ita affairs will be exhibited, and on elec?
tion wilt take placo for a Board of Directors to serve tho
ea uing year.
Place of m ctmg, tho Hall of tho Planters'and Me?
chanics' Bank, East Boy.
A Committee t, verify proxies will meet at 10 A. M.
The Transfer Books win be closed on the 24th?Dstant.
Attention is hereby called to an extract from tho By
"No Stockholder who has not paid all the assessments
on his t-tock shall be entitlo.l to transfer the same, or re?
ceive dividouds upon It, or vote at the meetings of the
Company." S. \V. FlaiiEU, secretary
^".-avannah R publican and Newland Harald will
copy, and send biua lo iho office of the Savannah and
char cst>n Railroad Company.
December 18 ws'
G ?TY ADVERTISEMENTS.
ST. Mil HAEL'S CLOCK..
OFTICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, DLC. 18, 1867.
ESTIMATES TOR REPAIRING, CLEANING AND
PUTTING IN ORDER, SI. MICHAEL'S CLOCK,
wid be received at this office until Monday, 30th inst, at
Also, ihc Clock can be examined by applying at tho
Main Ouaid House for the key of tho Church.
separate emulates for ABllANGING THE STKIKENG
APPARATUS wiR bc received at tn o ?ame time.
By eider. W. H. SMITH,
December 19 CluTlt of CounclL
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
DECEMBEE 2,1867. j
THE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OE TUE FOLLOWING
persons hitv? expired. Thoy are hereby notiflod to
apply at ibis Offl.e immediately and rcnow tho same :
PHILIP KILLY, Warren and SL Philip-streete.
M. REVNOLDS, No. 5 Bedon's Ailey.
MABY BURKE, No. 72 Culhoun-stroet
EDMOND WALLACE, No. 2*. W-suington-strcet.
JA M Ki WALLACE, No. 9S spring-street
JOHN LE ?HY, No. 214 Comme-strcet.
MARY HAFEERTY, columbus and Hanover-atreeU.
MARY CAMPKELL. President and Cannon-streets.
P. MANTON, No. 67 ?tatc-sirect
JOHN HENNY, No. 46 Quecn-streot
JAMES RARRY, NO IO wnan-street
D. CON HOY, No. 32 St. Phihp-atreet
P. DORAN, No. lu Excaange-street.
P. PINKUSSOHN, No. 63 Last Bay.
W. H. SMITH.
December 3 Clerk of Council
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
CHARLESTON, November 20, 1867. j
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST OCTO?
BER last. Those who failed to renew at that timo
uro not considered as ha vlng a License, and consequently
aro no AueUoneora. W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of CounclL
Omet CLEEX or COUNCIL, 1
May 1867. j
The following Section of " An Ordinance to abolish the
office of Sperintcndcnt of Streets ; to provide for Keop
lug the Streets' Lanes, Al'cys, aud open Courts in the
City of Charlcsston Clean, and for other purposes," is
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
Por th-- due protection ol' tho said contractor or con
tractors, il isJurUier ordained. That overy owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in any
select, lau?, ulley, or open court, shah ou every day
(Miudays excepted; have tho dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
o?al, placed in f ront of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and In readiness for the contractor, by tho hour ot
?ei en o'clock, A. M., troui tho tint day ot May to the
first day or November lu every year ; and by the hour ot
niue o'clock, A. M., irena .r.c tirst day of November to
thu tirst day of May iollowiiig. And any person offend
ing herein, or placing any dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
uUul, iu uny street, lane, or alley, or open court, alter the
liour^ nbc vc named, snail be subject to a line not less
tuan two nor more thou five dollars, for each and every
'.menee, to be imposed by the Mayor.
Bv order W. H. SMITH,
M*ay 1C> Clerk of CounclL
TO REC?LATE xiin DREDOIXO or SOCKS.
Whereat, Thc best interests ot tho city, HU well as the
convenu ncc of tho shipping vialting the port, demand
that tho channel of Cooper River be k?pt open with suffi?
cient depth ci wator for all commercial purposes, and
lieu iron obstruction:
lie it ordained. That In future all mud removed from
any ot tue city dock? by dredgo machines, or otherwise,
shaff bc mmoveil one hundred and lilly fathoms from
the end nf thc dock.
The Harbor Master shall bc furnished with a copy of
this Ordinance, which he is required strictly to enforce;
and to report tor prosecution all violations of the same;
which l uaal subject the parry so otfenduig to a fine not
exceeding one hundred dol?ais tor each and every
offence. . .
lUtiued m City CouncU this oigb' lay of October, In the
year sf our Lord one thous* . 1 eight hundred and
(L.?.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council._october 18
TO PROVIDE FOB THE LJ^?XBATIOM QT THE Ht TE HIST
OX THE DEBT OF TUE CIO, WHICn ACCDCED O.N THE
THIRTIETH DAT OF SEFlEXtBEil LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY iHK RAZOR AND ALDER
MEN in City Couucil assembled. That tor tho pur
pusO Ol liquidating the interest on the public debt oi the
city, whicu accrued on the tuir ieth duy ol September
Lust, lix per cent, stock. oOi gatory ou tho corp.ration of
the City ot Charleston, shall be issued under the direc?
tion ol the Mayor, U. the persons holding stocks or six
net cent. Louds ot the city, und eut ilea lo receive tho
la ereacciued t not eon ut tho time ubO"e statue, the
bali stock to bear Interest alter the rate ol' eix per cont,
por .minim, payable quarterly, rodectniiolu in thirty
>ears from uute: Provided, Tiiat uo part of saul stock
sh ill be issuod tor any sum less tnoD twenty dollars, or
lor any fractional part ot a dollar: Prowled, also, that
ull sums for less than twuut. dollurs, und tar lracuoi.nl
parts of a dejar, chaff bc pulu In city bills.
SEC. 2. That tho lt rm of certificate, and mode ol
irauslcr of said stock "li"" nc subject to the same regu?
lations, as now exist in i elation to other city six per ccuL
stocks of the city.
Ratified In City council thia twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun*
drccl and bixty-soven.
|L. s.) P. C. GAILLARD, Mayar.
W. ii. SMITH, Clerk of CounotL October 23
10 REGULATE TUE STORAGE ur PETROLEUM, ITS PTO*
Ut'CXS, AXD OTHER Rt FLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. L Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alaerm'n, tn
City t'einici/ attempted. That trom and utter tho Uth da;
ol' Juuo next, It shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kcroucno, Lock Oil, Benzine, Boozolc, or any other in
Oamiusble oil or offs on storage or for soie m any cellar,
store or building south of Line Btreet, iu a larger quain
my luau fifty galions on uny one lot or premises, and
nay such quauuty so kept or atorea shall be contained In
ve?.-tLs ot tm or other metal.
SEC I. That Petroleum, its product?, or any other lc
flammable oil or oU?, when brought Into the city bj land
or wi.ter, may bo kept on auy lot or iu uny oiiHding in
whici cottouls tot stored, for a poriod not exceed bu
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which tinir it
shall be removed nuu Uept in the manner as required by
the foregoing section
SE J. 3. Any porson or persone violating any part ul
tb!. Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable In any Court or com.
Uatitled in City Council this twenty-Orat day of May, lb
thc y car ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
?L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Sunn. Clerk of Council. June 6
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, )
January 8, 1867. J
PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
: ho following Ordinance license? have been preparto
lorJjl.very troui this Office. 8. THOMA?,
SEC. L Be il Ordained by the Mayor and Atdernmnn
City Vjuncil assembled. That from ona after the first dey
of January, licenses shall be talton out for all carts, dr J j,
sud wagons, used for private and domestic purpo*os, n
the same manner, and according to the same provisicLS
now of force in r.-lation to carts, drays and wagons, letta.
Uvea for hire, except givlug bonds. And each suth
cart, dray or watton, shall bc provided with a badge cot .
taluing Ihe number thereof, and marked Private, to i a
placed on the outside ot thu shufL
SEC. 2. No person smill bu taken by the Treasurer es
turety to auy bond under the Ord:nance concerning i -
censes lor carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un.
less he r>x she bc a freeholder.
SEC. S, Tue following shall hereafter be the rates ?ot
llceuses tor public and private tarts, drays, wagons, in;,
iicludina, tho hernes or nudes u.ed thereof, which ihr"
oe 'ree trom othir taxation:
PUBLIC CAUTS, IiBAYS, ETC., 07. THOSE EMPLOrED TS AM
BUblaS'ESS WHATEVER, FOR Ulan Iili'.ECI OR K-lo I li EC r.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn ky one horse or
Tor overy cart, drr. -- or wagon, drawn by two t?cese? or
Tor every hack -'.a carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriago with four Wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus ^except line omnibui
with two horses. 960,
for every (tego or omnibus (except hue omnlbca,
itt, wu by lour horses, ?CU.
For every truck drawn oy two or more horses or mulo.
Tor every express wagon drown by two or more horsef
sr mules, MU,
el ! Al; CARTS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, ??.
Tor every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do.
uicstic purpose?, und not to be employ?.! in the Irani*
[jolting Ol uouds, Waree, merchandise, lumber, or Bli)
other commodily, for compens?t!un, either directly oi
indirectly tor the same, shah pay for a Recuse the sum ot
fi, exclusive ot thu horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, tins ICth day of Jauunn
IL. e.] lu the year of our Lord ouu thousand eight hun?
dred uud sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
Jan ur. rv ft W. fl. SMITH. Clerk ol Council
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPEIETOB OF THF
GREENVILLE, S, C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Ot. A. HURD.,.Of New Orleans.
V. F. COREXRY.Ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
telegraph and Ballroad Offices in Kotunda of Hotel.
Jone 17 Cmo
THE L 4DIES OF THE MOEBI3-3TBEET BAPTIST
CHUBCH respectfully announce to tho public that they
will open their FAIB for the benefit of tboir Church at
No. 157 ME El IN'G-STR E ET, opposite Charleston Hotel,
on the 23d December, 16C7. The patronage of the public
ia respectfully solicited, as all arrangements are being
mado for their accommodation,
Doon open at 6#o'clock precisely.
ADMISSION FIFTEEN CENTS. CHILDREN TEN
CENTS. JACOB LEGARE, Pastor.
December 21 2
ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS.
Children Twenty-five CenU.
Coloro l Persons Twenty-five Cents.
IN ATD OF THE
WILL OPEN AT THE HOME TN BROAD-STREET,
This (Tuesday) Evening:, December
17th, at 7 o'clock.
AMONG THE NUMEROUS ATTACHONS
THE COURT OF LOUIS
THE ABCHEB'3 TBi
THE FISH POND
THE BOWER OF FATE
AN EXTENSIYE RESTAURANT,
Abounding in all the luxuries of tho season; whore can
LUNCHES, DINNERS AND SUPPERS,
At most reasonable rate*.
OF ALL KINDS FOB SALE, AND WILL AFFOBD AN
EXCELLENT OPPOBTUNITT OF POBCHASINO
Besides affording assistance to a most worthy Charitable
Seaoon Tickets.60 cents.
Single Admission.26 cents,
Single Admission, Children.10 cents.
For sale at the door. December 17
Positive!} Six Nights Only!
COHMLIG MONDAY EVEKING, DEC. i6
MIKADO TBODPE OF
? TBS MOST
of the Age.
Admission $1; Colored Seats 79 cents; Children under
10 years of agc 60 cents. Doors open at 7 ; Japanese will
appear at 8 o'clock.
Grand Family Matinee on Wednesday ind Saturday at
2 P. M. E. P. KENDALL,
December 12 9 Agent
DRUBS, CHEMI AtS, ETC.
OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STOKE
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PHIJV & DORN)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LABOE ADDITIONS TO
their usual stock of pure and fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
PO MAD 68
Comprising invoices from the mest reputable manu?
facturers. On hand, all the prlndpul
Including Preparations of AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALTER, DAVIS, WEIGHT, HOLLOWAY, 4c. tko, a
lar.j- assortment of
SC RC IC AL INoTBUME <TS
METAL AND GOTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great attention is paid to the Importation and selec?
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other aro allowed to go out of the Establish'
with ace racy, and tue public can
depend on iii, utmost reliability in
the execution o> > rders.
E, I KELLERS, O.Il MERJ.O
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC,
A StPERB STOCK OF VUTE
GOLD AND SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
ALL WARRANTED TO RUN AND THOROUGH
LY REGULATED. AT THE LOW PRICE OF
100 Solid Gold HumiLiL. Watch- 3.$260 to $1900
100 Magic Cosed Gold Wut chea. 200 to 500
100 La-ios' Watches, Lnumeiled. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 250 to 300
2u0 Gold Huntim; English Levers. 200 to 250
300 Gold Huntim,' Duplex Watches.150 to 200
500 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 250
500 Silver Hunting Levers. 60 to 150
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 260
500 Ladies' Gold Watches. 50 to 260
1000 Gold Hunting l.epiucs. 60 to 76
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all kiuds. 60 to 100
2500 Silver Huming Watches. 25 to 60
50 X) Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 76
The ii Dove stock wiU bo disposed of on the -popular one
price ?)Uiu, giving ever}' patron a lino Gold or s>olid sil?
ver Watch lor Sift, without regard to value.
We wibh to immediately (ilspoeo of the above ma<mifl
eent Stock. Certificate?, naming the articles, are plaoed
in pealed envelopes, uud well mixed. Holders are enti?
tled to the article named on their certificate, upon pay?
ment ol Ten Dollars, whether ll be a Watch worth $1000
or one worth less. The return of any of our certificates
entitles you to tho article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective ol' Its worth; and M no article valsed less
than $10 id named on any c. rtincate, it will at once
be seen that Uns is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate trausacticn, which may bc participated in
even by the most ias?dious !
A single Certificate will be sent by mail, postpaid, upon
receipt of 25 cents, five fer $1, eleven for ?J, thirty-three
and elegant premium for $5, sixty-six and more valuable
premium tor $10, one hundred and most superb Watch
tor $15. To Agents, or those v.-ishing employment, this
is a rare opportunity. It ls a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by tbe Government, und open
to tho most careful scrutiny. I. y us. Addrees
WRIGHT. BRO. & CO.,
Importers, No. 101 Broadway, N. Y.
ROOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST C'JB
NI B of Meett&g and Society Streets.
June 19 w-itoo
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
FRUIT ! FRUIT !
WELCH & BRANDES,
67 and 69 State-street,
OFFEB FOB SALK AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES,
a choice selection of APPLE*. ORANGES, LE?
MONS, Bananas. Malaga Grapes, Ra's ns, Dried Figs,
assorted Carrant Frnitj, all kinds of Nuts, Cranberries,
Beana, Potatoes, Onions, Ac, Ac. Docembi? 21
PRIME WESTERN SHOULDERS,
SIDES, &c., ?Sic.
?\gT HELD?. PBIME WESTEBN SH ULDEES
35 bads. Prime Western Bib and C. B. Sides
20 hbds. second quality Shoulders
10 hh-'s. second quality Sides.
Landing, in store, and for sale by
LAUE ET k ALEXA NDEB,
December 18_ws2_No. 137 East Bay.
FRUIT ! FRUIT ! FRUIT !
mHE FIBST CABGO OF BABACOA FRUIT FOR
J. THIS SEASON has juatarrivjd by the Azelda and
Laura, consisting of :
30 000 Sweet Baracoa Oranges
12,000 choice P.antains
1,570 bunches of choice Bed and Yellow Bananas
2,000 Grape Fruit
45 dozens of choice Pineapples
5 barrels of limes.
Parries wishing to purchase would do well to call and
see our collection of FB?ITS, as tho above were CA.US
F?LLT S'?LECTED FOR THK HOLIDAYS.
For sale at Nos. 57 and 69 MARKET-STREET by
December 18._8_BART k WH.TH.
FRUIT! FRUIT ! FRiJiTI
Z. A Art/1 CHOICE HAVANA ORANGES
?\Jm\J\J\J 100 bunches Bananas
\o dozen Sugar Love Pineapples
50 whole-boxes or Layer Bausios
60 hall-boxes of London Layer 7. iains
60 quarter-boxes of Layer Bal uns
600 pounds of Drum Figs
100 pounds ot Box Figs
?0 boxes cf Choice Lemons
160 barrels of Choice Northern Apples
40 barrels of Assorted Nuts
60 kegs of Choice Malaga Grapes
40 boxes cf Fire Crackers
20 barrels of Dried Apples
6 barrels of Dried Peaches
20 barrels of Marrow Beans
1 half-barrel cf Bed Beans
2 barrels of Green Peas
500 barrels of Choice Western Bed Potatoes, ex?
pressly put up for Seed
50 barrels ot Choice Eating Potatoes
30 barrels of S. S. Unions,
The above Goods will bc sold in lots to suit purchasers,
at thc lowest market prices, by
BABT & WERTH,
December 16 8 Nos. 67 and 59 Market-street.
WOOD, LUMBER, &c.
BEST QUALITY OAK, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD,
by boat i jad or at retail, ai weu as AsSOR 1MENT
OF LUM BEB, r 1MB EB, SHINGLES, Ac. For s4e low,
at foot Beaufah:-street. STEINMETEB & SON.
December 17 _tntha
BALE, HOPE, BAGGING AND
FOB SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASE XS, BT
the Manufacturer H. CL?COS,
No. 67 Pino street. New York.
September 24 _*rao
JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. 125 Meeting-street,
WT SOLES ALE AND BETAIL DEA LEB IN HAVANA
VY AND DOMESTIC SEGA BS. Fine Chewing, and
Smoking Tobacco, Genuine Meerschaum and Briarwood
Pipes, west India and Domestic Fruit, French Confec?
tionery, and J lilies, Preserves-m Jar J and Cans; Nats,
French Fancy Boxes, Malina Grapes.
A fuU supply of WILLOW BASKETS, kc , ko.
Country orders promptly att.ndexl to.
December 3 Imo
HATS AND CAPS.
"THE TEMPLE OF FASHION!"
JUST RECEIVED, THE LARGEST AND MOST COM?
PLETE STOCK OF
HATS, CAPS AND FURS,
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION,
And at prices that will compete with any other house
in the city,
C. H. JOHNSON,
December 9 Imo No. 269 KING-STREET.
BOIL, BAKE, BROIL, FRY,
BEAT SMOOTHING IRONS,
WARM ROOMS, ETC.
rEY GIVE NO SMC EE, LEAVE NO DUST OB ASH?
ES, are simple as an ordinary lamp, and can do the
cooking of a family at loss expense thau the ordinary
coal or wood stoves.
A list ot persons who have them ir. use can be seen at
our Store. Clroulars furnished.
For sale at Manufacturer's prices, Whr'esale and Re?
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 KING-STREET,
One door north of liberty street.
Fainting of Roofs, Gutters, &c,
PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY
J. B. DUT AL & SON,
No. 337 KING-STREET,
ONE DOOB NORTH OF LIBEBTY-9TBEET.
December 14_ aw
SAM'! E. MARSHALL
KESPECTFULLY BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
that bs bas now on hand, ard ia receiving constant?
ly, the following
Which Ixe offers at "Wholesale and Retail.
AXES, HOES, SPADES. SHOVELS.
COTTON AND WOOL CARDS.
SIEVES. CHAINS, NAILS,
SPIKES, CANAL BARROWS,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
MELL AND GRIND STONES.
PLOUGHS, CORN S H ELLEES,
(sTBAW CUTT "BS,
j ABEL AND POCKET CUTLERY.
FuBKb AND CAST0B8,
SAUSAGE STET FEES,
MEAT CU l TEES,
CAP.*, MUSKETS, ?UX3.
WOOD TEN AND HOLLwW WABE.
RECEIVED PER BECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, of my own imDortation, an assomment of GUNo,
CUTLEE?, Steel Corn Mills, < arron Ware, Spurting Ar?
ticles, AC Will be sold low for cash or city acceptance
No. 310 KING-STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW SOCIETY, '
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUN.
December 3 26
! STOVES! STOVES !
THE VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEAT!
OLIVE BRANCH /
MUTUAL FRIEND /
NOBLE COOK /
/ CAROLINA COOK.
FOB OaUBCHES. HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS
OF EVERY DESCBIPTTON.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
November 2 2mos Charleston, S, C,