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HE Vi S SUMMARY.
-Gold closed in Ne.v Iori yesterday at 1C3?
-Cotton was lower. Sales 1400 bales at 154c.
-At Liverpool ooitOL was dull and lowor. Up?
lands 7?d. Sales SOJO tales.
-Prince Minboutaiyoa, brother of the Tycoon,
is lionizing in England.
-Tao Aloaay poaitjnt.ai'y made over 823,003
-Tho Now York Jooky Club are to have a
1200,000 club house.
-Tho K addersdatsch hasi been warned for rep?
resenting Bismarck as Faust.
-Tho negro leagues ara creating the greatest
alarm in Mississippi.
-Special Congressional Committees have added
|t?00,00Oto the national taxation.
-M. s. General Sam Houston died of yellow fever
at Independence Texas, December otb.
-The father of .:oraoo Greeley died at Fort
Wayne, Pa., on the 13cb instant.
-Canada is now luxuriating in ibo coldost
weather known i.i that sectioa for thc past eigh?
-Orders have been received at the Boston navy
yard to dischargo thirty per cont, of tho force em?
ployed in tho mechanical department,
-A tobacco grower in the Connecticut valley has
sold his crop of this year for seventeen thousand
dollars. It amouuted to twenty-eight ton?.
-The American Union, published in Tennessee,
nominates President Johnson and General Han?
cock for President and vice-President.
-Steam power is successfully used in London in
pullin ' down old houses, where the contractor
cares littlo about pre?orv ng tho materials.
-The Now York Farmers' Club, having produced
an apple of two distinct flavors, is now getting up
a stoneless cherri-.
-The free distribution of coal to the poor of
Cincinnati has commenced. One hundred and
fifty loads wero delivered m one day last week.
-A shoe shop has just been started in Danbury,
Conn., by a doaf and dumb man, and all his work?
men are also deaf and dumb.
-One county in Inuiana has granted sixty di?
vorces this year, and tho demand is not sat?
-Four thousand London bankers' clerks ask
that banks bo opened at ten o'clock instead of
-Starvation is soizing Louisiana, while the
negro conventionists aro voting themselves tea
dollars a day.
- J. A. Lee, cf Sumter Coonty, raised this year,
on ono acre of pino land, twentv-five bushels ot
corn and ten barrels of syrup.
-There aro thirtv-ir.e vessels at Pensacola load?
ing with timber for European, or lumber for
-Travers for tho Empress of Austria will be
said in all tho Vienna churches until Amil aext,
when there will be so .JO ono oise to pi ay for.
-A lady m F.orda had a thousand sheep a few
months aga. Every one of them have since been
stolen, kil ed and catea by universal suffrages.
-Tue new Catholic Church in Pensaoola was
dedicated last Sunday, by Bishop Qui man, of
-The chief of the secret polios employed about
N&polnru**" r-oraon baa croira co atout as tOOeCOmO
a marked man, and thus has lost his position
-Archibong, K.ng of Calabar, bas been shocking
some Englishmen by kil.ing a few dozen of his
subjects and packing t'jeir heads ID casks.
-Tue Ki ag of Denmark, one of whose daugh?
ters will one doy bo Qjoen of England, and anoth?
er Empress of Russia, is too poor to go a visiting'
-A dispatch of over s:x thousand words was
received from San Francisco Friday evening, urg-^,
ing Congress to ratify the pendjn^txeaty^w^-tuS
Sandwio'a Islands. Jf
-A Freaoh oompany & extracting $3000 worth
of silver a dayfroab<h0 refuse of the o d Greek
mines inanaged^y Xenophon two thousand years
negro went to a political meeting
fistol which ho ingeniously inserted
muzzle up, and cocked. He lulled
article ia. the last number of the Financial
rfronicle, shows, that since 1866, wo have pro?
duced $181,000.OJO of the precious metals beyond
* what wo have exported.
-Peat sells m Madison, Wisconsin, at six dol
Ljlars a cord, and is generally and satisfactorily
Misod in that plaoe as a substitute fur coal and
-Five thousand head of Texan cattle, it is
stated, Aili bo brought to aud slaughtered at C uro.
111., during this winter. They will be shipped east
-The funeral of Admiral Palmer, whoso re?
mains had been brought to the United States in
the government steamer Susquehanna, took place
on Saturday from the commandant's house, Brook?
lyn navy-yard, and wai largely attended.
-Within ono short year we shall have added
four new specimens of tho American citizen to
our national collection--Moscovito, in Alaska;
African, in the South; Danes and Spaniards in the
-An ingenious moid has invented a sheep
shearing maehine, to which the animal under
operation supplies tho motive power. We shall
soon have mutton roasting itseif and walking on
to the table.
-A oompany, with Sam iel Norment as presi?
dent and Hoary D. Cooke, Esq., treasurer, has
been organized in Washington, for the purpose of
putting glass-works in oporation. Over $25,000
had already been subscribed toward the stock.
-In Missouri tho Germans have a queer mar?
riage custom. Some young man is selected to car?
ry invitations to the wedding. He rides about and
each per on invited must attach to his hat not less
than a yard of highly colored ribbon. The ef?
fect when the young man has couple ted his rc un cia
is quite startling.
-News was roccivod at Savannah on Satnrday
last, stating that the Mayor of D.vriea, Ga., had
received information that led him to believe there
would be trouble ibero with the freedmen during
the Christmas holidays. He asked for ai 1 from
the military, and a detachment cf the 16th United
States Infantry was sent to his assistance.
-The Wilmington Journal says : "Bishop Lynch
unexpectedly paid us a visit last fjuuday, aud
preached a most eloquent and learned sermon on
the birth of our Saviour, in tho forenoon, in St.
Thomas* Church. His congregation regretted ex?
ceedingly that it was not known tho Bishop would
address them. His discourse in tho cito: noon
was a des:riptiou of his visit to Borne last Juno,
on the occasion of the celebration of the 1800th
anniversary of the martyrdom of St. Peter. His
description of the kr .o gathering of the Heads of
the Church on that occasion was eloquent as well
as highly interesting."
-The Bri ish Parhamcnt is turning its atten?
tion to the education of tho w irking classes. Earl
Bussell, iu the House of Lords, announced that,
on December 2d, he would movo a series of resolu?
tions, declaring, first, that the education of tho
working cJastes in England and Wales ought to be
extended and improved; that every child has a
right to tho blessings of education^ and it is tho
duty of tho Mate to guard and maintain that right.
That tho diffusion of knowledgo ought not to bo
hindered by religious differences; nor should the
early employment of the young in labor be allow
ed to deprive them of education. Second, that
Parliament and Government should aid in the
education of the m.ddto classes by providing for
the better administration of charitable endo.v
ments. That tho Universities of Oxford and Cam?
bridge may l>e made moro useful to the nation by
the rem J val of restrictions, and by the appoint?
ment of a commission to consider of tho better
distribution of thoir large revenues for tho pur?
poses of instruction, in connection with tho said
universities, t nd that an appointment of a minis?
ter ol education by t ae Crown, with a seat in the
Cab-net, would be cenducive to tho public benefit.
-The Lynchburg virginian chronicles the death
pf James Ropor, the largest landholder and the
wealthiest mau in Jefferson county, Virginia.
Roper was a mulatto, tho natural son of an eccen?
tric Englishman, who bcviueatho.1 tho most of hts
pro-crtv to toa recently dccoascJ. who added
greatly to tis patrimonial estate. Roper had a
great faculty for acquiring property, and a mania
fjraddanr to his lait'O landed estate. Every jeir
or two he would purchase a farm, for which we
havo known him to pay as much as Sill per acre,
whon dollars wore dollars. Roper was an intem?
perate man, rarely ever leaving town in a state ol
sobriety; yet, such was hi3 natural slrewdness
that nobody could tako advantage of him in a
trade, cveu when ho was drunk. Ho navel voled,
served on ju.ios. or attomp cd to exercise ri hts,
denied by the laws, to men of bis race, yet he was
as fully protected in his right of person and pro?
perty as a ;y man in Virginia, aud has, doubtless,
left a largor and more v -hubie landed estate than
any mau now living in that State eau boast.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1SC7.
?kA Merry Christina* and Happy Xcw lear."
The old, old greeting, is thc truest ?ind the
best; and on this the Christmas morn, the day
of peace aud good will, do we extend it in all
its fulness to each and every friend.
Since Christmas day one year ago there has
been many a ruinous change. Fortunes have
flown away, some of the most venerated and
loved of our countrymen have passed to the
better world, in our civil and personal condi?
tion there is but little evidence of better and
safer times. But one and the same Eternal
Providence watches over this people. Ho will,
in His own good time, bring us forth from the
fires of affliction; and it is permitted us to hope
and believe that this day, which brought Peaco
to the Universe, may be for us the harbinger
of a long era of wollare and gor J-fortune.
For this day at least care and trouble may
be set at naught; for this day happiness and
mirth may bear an undivided sway. These
few hours may be taken from thc present and
made a promise for the future; during these
fow hours mirth, recreation, and sober happi?
ness may surely seek to reign.
All that we have to give upon this the Christ?
mas morn is our warm and earnest greeting.
Our wish and our work is for this State and
the South,-for their security and comfort,
their peace and plenty, their budding hopes
and their untarnished honor. To the whole of
our friends then throughout the South,-to
every Carolinian,-tn every man who, once a
stranger, is no longer a stranger when he lives
in our midst and shares our changing for?
tunes,-do we most heartily say: "God Bpeed
you, one and all. A merry, merry Christina0
and a happy New Year !"
This day four years ago a brigade of Caro?
lina troops lay in bivouac among the snow
covered mountains of Eastern Tennessee. In
their fervor, their courage, their enthusiasm,
and their suffering, they were fit representa?
tives of the armies of the South. Theso men
had lain in the marshes of the Chickahominy,
had seen the campaign around Richmond,
had followed on the heels of P>,PE as he fled
from thc field of Manussas,-had built their
rude and cheerless huts on the hills ofFred
ericksburg.-had marched along the fertile
plains of Pennsylvania and Maryland,-had
fought in the memorable "Peaoh Orchard,"
and borne the fire of hell that wus vomited by
the hundred iron mouths that covered the
heights of Gettysburg. They had faith and
hope, though LJ:E had withdrawn within the
Southern borders; they were trusty and strong,
though JACKSCV hud fallen; they were confident
and firm though, day by day, another form was
missed fi om the ranks, and another name was
j stricken by tho baud ol' nar lr. ru the Uiubtcr
roll of time. Cheerily had they tramped to
Chickamuuga, and resolutely had they borne
the brunt of thc fight in the ^HThches at"Yjrr(rt
tanonga. They hud cjiart?ed the rugged sides
of "Look Out" fought hand to hand on
rock iindha^h, in gully and ravine. In the
smiling autumnal weather, they had passed
jiiough the valley of tho Sweet-water, and
heard the strains of martial music that were
wafted from the forts of Knoxville. They hud
marched once more towards Virginia, and,
upon the Christmas day of 1863, they were
striving against wintry blast and pinching
hunger; they were feasting on thc memory of
I what had gone -'fore, and were patient in
their trust for the future.
No matter to these Carolinians that their
bruised and naked feet, cut by the sharp
stones, had left bloody imprints upon the roads
of icy Tennessee; no matter that neither over?
coat nor muffler protected them from the bit?
ter, searching cold. They remembered who
they were and what they were; they thought
of their own sunny homes in the distant South
and of those who wept for them that day; they
know that upon the manner in which they did
heir whole devoir, depended tho honor and
the fame of those who to them were dearer
far than beauty and wealth and fortune.
Suffering but patient,-sorrowing but confi?
dent,-battered and worn but true and brave,
the Carolina troops stood by their colors; and
when the picture of homo, and mother, child, j
or affianced wife was most vivid in their minds, J
they most felt that there was no turning back
in tho path that they were treading,-that for
them there n.ust be, in all coming time, a grand
historic name, or tho silent honor of the sol?
dier's bloody grave.
As these men felt-so felt the men and women
of the South. There had been defeat and vic?
tory, victory and defeat; leader after leader
had waved his sword had died; colonel and
captain, sergeant and private, had rested side
by side in camp and breathed out their souls
amid the crash of muskets and the thunderous
roll of cannon. But there was still room for
confidence and trust. The banner of the South I
was tho cross; and by thc South the cross must
bo born?:-the stars that spangled its field
were the emblems of tho shining immortality
that should ever attend thc valiant meu who
bled and fell, under the folds of the Southern '
cross,-the starry banner of tho struggling and
Two years ago the Southern people had
fully awakened to the knowledge of their hope?
less and desperate coudition. It wa9 true that
the mass of defeated Southerners had not been
imprisoned or exiled ; it was true that the
truest and best had not been banned or pro?
scribed; it was tue that hundreds cf planta?
tions and thousands of fertile acres had not
passed wholly into alien hands. But there
j were acuter wrongs than these in the open
sneer and taunting word, in the military guard
and soldier magistrate, in the reproach that
was sought to be attached to every man and
every thing that had ever been connected with
the fortuues of the sinking South. In the re?
membrance of all that the South had loved and
lost-loved so well and lost beyond recall,
there were keener pangs than any that could
arise from ruined fields or desolated homes.
The long lines of Southern men who, from
Richmond to Petersburg, from Virginia to
Texas, had celebrated with lusty cheers tL i
Christmas day of a year before, were gone, and
gone forever. Many hid fallen in ?reuch or on
parape-; some had mc' heir doom in the bloody
days of Five Forks and Farniville; others,
scattered from the Carolinas to the Gulf, were
only known by their humble garb, their care?
less mien, the hopelessness that lay in every
furrow of their bronzed and open faces.
Army after army had surrendered and bad
been dispersed. The grand army of Northern
Virginia had folded its tattered flags on tho
plain3 of Appomattox. Confederate men and
Confet-orato women had died in tho eyes of the
world ; suffering men and eorrowing women
lived and stood in their 6tead. There was no
army of tho Confederate States, no general, no
rank and file, no gleaming sabre and trusty
rifle, no braying trumpet and roariug cannon ;
there was only nn army of men who had fought
like heroes and now endured like martyrs,
only an army of women who had been purer
and nobler and more generous than the women
of song and story, and who now wept tears of
blood for those whom war had wrapped in his
gloomy mantle from mortui sight forever.
While thc hurry and shock of battle continued
-while the guus still rolled and thc ambulance
clattered along the street-while thc confident
hope remained that an early day would bring
the assurance of lasting triumph, personal loss
was rorgottcn mitist love of couutry-regret for
the one was swallowed up in cager interest for
tho sucocss and safety of thc many. Thc
mother, anxiously waiting for victory to perch
upou the banners under which her sons had
fought, ceased to grieve for her first born, and
rejoiced in glad tidings for her people. The
father looked with pride upon the mound
under the spreading chestnut, and found his
solace in those few pointed words which, mouths
before, had warned him of his loss aud told
his country's gain. The maiden who had given
up her betrothed, who had offered up her be?
loved as a sacrifice in tho time of sorest need,
wedded herself to the South, and devoted every
day and every hour to assuaging the dolors
of thc wounded Southern soldier.
But by Christmas, 1865, all indeed wa9
changed. The cause was lost, as far as that
cause can be lost which is founded upon prin?
ciples that aro eternal. Struggle, sacrifice,
self-denial, valor, had been insufficient to over?
come the force of numbers ; the South, fallen
from her high estate and pride of place, lay
bound and helpless at the feet of the conqueror.
Courage and endurance had not been in vain,
for they were the outward evidences of the
faith that filled men's souls: but the lives had
been lost and thc cause had been lost, the
heavens were darkened and the vials of wrath
had been poured upon thc people-every wound
in the broad bosom of the South was opened
and bleeding afresh.
In their first agony strong men prayed for
the silent sleep of death, and chastened women
bemoaned the fate that allowed them still to
live. No man knew whither to turn for hope
or comfort ; no woman knew how long there
would bo safety from insult and from wrong.
There was not a home that had not been dark?
ened ; there was not a family tree that had not
lost some young and sturdy branch. In the
past there was a career of glory, the names of
a myriad valiant men, the smoke of battle and
the flash of musketry, the tramp of advancing
hosts and the thunder of charging squadrons
in the present, and thc future, there was,
throughout the whole South, naught but the
calmness of despair.
Two years of time, two years of winds and
rains, two years of discontinued war have
changed the whole face of the battle-fields of
thc South. Where the armed men stood, the
red bird and blue bird twitter and chirp; where
the banners waved, now waves the runk luxu?
riant grass; where shone the sword and bayo
net, now glisten the spear of the broom-sedge
and the rich dark leaves of the Southern ever?
green; where frowned the muzzles of the iron
guns, now creep the gaudy wild flower and the
ruddy shrubs of winter; over the half-oblite?
rated mounds there droops the Southern myr?
tle; and around the weather-stained head?
board has bloomed the sweet ''forget-me-not."
Thu-edge of embrasure and parapet is blunted,
and dull; and the agony of thcse who wear
the widow s weeds or bear th*, sombre crape
has been softened and still ".
The course of time hw'worn away the sharp
edge of the b>?ng tooth of pain, and now at
4%%^-isrsy'nfe and death bring forth a rich and
In tho memory of those who havo fallen
there lies an inspiration and a promise; in
their career shall lie an encouragement and a
hope. They watched and waited, they bled and
died, they suffered and did not falter. They
were not weary of living because fortune turned
against them; they were not disheartened
while there remained a single foe to mt et; they
did not despair while the will was strong and
firm, and the sinewy frame was whole.
Hore then is the model and tho example for
the people of the South. They have to beat
the oppression of power and the down-treading
of the fanatic;-but they must bear them with
fortitude. They have to endure tho loss of right
and caprice of wrong;-but they must endure
with courage. They have to meet a thousand
trials aud dangers;-but they must meet them
with patience and with hope. Thc Southern
soldier fought the battle of war; tho Southern
! cr ?ile now fight the battle of life. This is
now a soldier people. Each Southeru man is
fighting against a host of doubts and tempta?
tions. In every form, and on every side, is the
temptation to leave the ranks and desert those
colors on which is inscribed,-Freedom-Jus?
tice-Liberty. Can those be cowards, for
whom the Southern soldier fell? Can these
turn back, for whom the Southern soldier brave?
ly faced the foe ? Can these be recreant to
their trust, for whom the Southern soldier
fough., and fought eo well ?
Tho name of the fallen is our name; their
memory is our memory; their sword still hangs
upon tho wall; their rifle stands in the chimney
corner; their picture is graven on our souls.
Cheered by them, encouraged by them, in?
spired by them,-we will fight down want and
poverty, we will conquer hardship and trouble,
we will wrest fortune, from the bosom of the
future, wo will drag success out of the dark
depths of uncertainty and doubt. This can
bu done, and may be done. Let us but live as
these men lived, and fortune, honest fortune,
must and will bo ours; let us be brave as they
were brave, and the army of the South,-the
army now warring against these troublous
times,-will be victorious in the combat, and
make every Southern home ?milo with plenty
and rejoice in the abundance of its wealth.
KING'S HiOUrtTAI.Y MILITARY SCHOOL,
YORK VILLE, S. C.
THE FIBS! SESSION OF 1858 WELL BEGIN" ON
the first of February, aud end on the first uf July.
lEBiis-For School expenses, i. e., Tuition, books,
Stationery, Atc, boarding, Ligate, Fuel and Washing,
illa in specie, or the equivalent, per session, payable ui
Circular containing mil information may be sson at
thu uflioo, or procured from
Colonel A. COWARD,
Surviving Pnucipal aud Proprietor.
December 18_ _wfinis
RKSUJUE JANUARY HD.
ST. JOSEPH'* ACADEMY, bUMTEB, P. C., UNDER
tho charge of tho dialers i-f Dur Lady of Morey, WlJ
receive addidoual pupils on and after the 2d ol'January,
thc ut v buildings are spacious and elegantly unisued.
aud turniah accommodations for one bundie J board?is.
Tho fciteufeive crouau and piazza? arc anu4s for ipen
air ex-.-rcsea, and youn? ladies aro thoroughly instructed
?Au english, French. Italian. Latin, Music, Drawiog, kc.
tLccauon unsurpassed l'or health, and terms rca.-ouable.
For particulars, apply to M01HEK THLKfclSA, eharles
Q>u, or to bl?lEii MA KY J Os EPH. at tao Academy, in
juiutcr. 17 December 12
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOLt
NSOX-STBEET, NEARLY OPPOSITE LAURUNS-ST
|]rFHE HOURS FOB THE EXERCISES IN ARITHME
"lie, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and ENGLISH
G HAMMAH are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month In advance.
Book-kcfping charged extra.
C. H. BERGMANN.
FOB FOR ALLI
FULL INSTRUCTION^ bY WHICH ANY PERSON
male or female, can niasttr thc orcat art ol Ven?
triloquism by a few hour?' practice, mablug a world ol
fun, and alter becoming exports tbeiriclvcs, eau teach
others, thereby making lt a source of income. Full in
Btructions sent by mail for 50 cent?, SaiNfactioD guar
Address P. 0. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
May 13 ITT
WASTED, BY \ GENTLEMAN AND
LADY, Board in a privata family. Ono good
sized room desi ed. furnished or umurnished, without
Arc or lighie. Board per month not to exceed $*0. Ad?
dress -aOO," at this Oflico. 4_December 23
WANTED FEATHER BEDS, Ott LIVE
GEESE FF.ATUl-.fis, for which a lair price will
bo pal". Apply to 130. ER> A SLL-?X, No. 127 Meet
ine-sireet 2 December 23
WANTED, A COLORED HAN TO COOK.
Must come we'd recommended. Apply at No. 51
WENTW,>Rlfc-alREET, uoyt west ot Military Hall.
ITT A* TED TO KENT, WITHIN FIVE OR
TT eight minute walk or the Postofhcc, in a
picas mt neighborhood, eilhet a smalt HOUSE or four or
five BOOM < in n large one, with a sep?ralo apartment
for a Kitchen. Bent uot to be more thau S35? or ?400.
Address -T. G.," oare L. Chapia H Co.. Hajnc-air.et.
Dt comber 14_
STo^i^lA ''O S3UOO PER YEAR.-AN
5 - OKJyJ AGEN i la wanted lu even town m die
Uuiou io UMkoaod sell an arlcto of daily consumption
in ever/family. It is cuUr.ly new. Sale ta permanent
as Fiour Adoresa LOUIa CORLENTZ, Middleton, Md.
Dec. ruber 4_imo
AGENTS WA?TBO KOR THE "LIFE OF
JEFFERSON DAVIS," by Frank H. Ailriend, of
Richmond, formet ly editor of tho southern Literary
Messenger, luis is mull and autiienilu history cl tho
Lilo and Pubic Services of the great Southern leader.
Mr. A.trioud bas enjoyed unusual uovantages io ibo pre?
paration ol this work, us will bo apparent to all ou exam
inatiou. seud lor specimen pages and circulars, with
terms. Adurcsa NATIONAL PUBLISUINe> CO , Atlan?
ta, Ga. Imo* November 29
WANTED- \N AO EN T-ON E CHANCE IN
each town, worihy the atteniion ot au active
business man, to take thu ugeacv lor tho salo ot DRAD
S'TREEl'S BUB DEB MOULDING AND WEATHER
STRIP?, applied to tho sido-, bottom, to,., and ceuiro ot
doors and windows. Scud for agent's circular.
J. R. BKADalREE'I A CO.,
November 27 2mos Bast?n, Mass.
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY WANTS A
SITUATION tho i-iisuing year as TEACHER in a
private family. She will give thorough iusiructien in
tho EugUsU branches or educat.ou and teach yoong be
giuuers in tho French language. The best relureiicca
given, aud icrma mod?ralo. Address "MISa L. W.,"
care of Dr. C. E. Jones, Ashland, llanover County, Vu.
November 23 Imo
WANTED, AGENTS EV ERY V.'HE lt E. TO
sell the MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM. Samplo
doz., terms, thew cards, otc., sent on receipt of ?2
D. CUMMINGS ACO.,
No. 42 South Market street, Boston,
November 25 3mos
TO RENT, A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
in Water-street, near thc battery, conta.ning six
squa- c rooms, att es and basomont. Apply to CLLFFORD
A MATHEWS, NO. 56 Broud-s.rect.
December 25 w2
TO KENT, A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE,
ba Water-street, near the Battery, containing Bi?
square Rooms, Attic and Basement. Apply to
CLIFFORD A MAT H EWES,
Dccembei 25 No. 56 Broud-strcet.
TO HUNT, A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
in Water-Htreel, near tho Battery, containing six
square rooms, attic and basement. Apply toCLUVORD
A A1ATHEWES, No. 06 Broad street.
December 25 w2
TO RENT OR FOR SALE, HOIM', AND
LOT, No. 68 Rutledge Avenue. Lot 35 by 201.
For terms apply tn E. L. BARRE,
December 18 mwfO No. 141 East Bay, Up Stairs.
TO RENT. THAT ELIGIBLY SITUATED
STOKE, No. 308 King-street. bctwoon Wentworth
and Society streets. Apply to
STEIN M EYER A SON,
West cud of ii ea uf.ilu-street.
Decomber 23 _mwf3
TO RENT. THE DESIRABLE DWELLIN G.
No. 90 CUMINGSTREET, opposite Duncan-streot,
having seven rooms, witt attics, puntry, closets, and all
necessary accommodations for a genteel family. For
terms, Ac, apply to No. 7 GEORGE-STREE1.
December 2 _mwf
TO RENT, THAT BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE,
No. 50 Canuon street, containing four squire rooms,
dressing room uud pantry, with double \ lana; gas fix?
tures throughout: stable, hayloft, currlu,<u nous: and
smoke house, all complete. Also, ouc iwo-atory HOUaE
in the yard, coulaimng lour square looms. Possesbion
given on the Itt Decomber. Apply on tho PREM'SES.
Novam .er 27 Wfm
TO RENT, FOUIt OK FIVE LARGE
BOOHS, desirably located, with ure placos and
dressing rooms attach d, ?Ith OM ol kitchen and cellar,
suitable lor a small lamily or for ^eatlemea; either fur
blahed or not, as desired. Apuly at No. 95 t?luAD
TO RENT, THE ?WATERLOO? PLAN?
TATION, situated on John's Island, immediately
on the BtOUO River. It contains 400 acres first quality
colton laud, 200 acres primo provision laud, and about
300 acres woodland, 14 negro houses, overseer's house,
2 cotton houses, barn, and gin bouse, ali iu good order.
For terms, Ac, applj to lu C. MCFADDEN, sumter, S.
C.. i-AAC W. ci Rial HALL, Ji hu's Islaud, or to JAMES
M. CAL i Wi LL A- SON, Charleston, s. C.
FOR RENT, PART OF A DELIGHTFULLY
SITUATED MANSION, in the southwestern por?
tion ol the city, consisting of a HU.to of three or tour
spacious rooms ou the hrs: floor, with kitchen and ser?
vants' apar.monts. Terms moderate. A'idrcss "A *'
Daily News OUlce. ilotoir' '. iV
THE COPARTNERSHIP Ht'RIlOFOBE EXlSTiNG
under tho brm of W. H. D?NNEMANN A CO. ls
un* day dissolved by mutmd cousent
W. H. DUNNEMANN.
H. B. SCHRODER.
J. J. ANSEL.
HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED THEMSELVES FOR
tho purpose ot carrying on tho busln ss or RE
i.ii c GROCERS ?. No. 442 King-street, unJur the firm
ot L. A W. H. DUNNEMANN.
W. U. DUNNEMANN.
Thore indebted lo tho Arm ni W. H. DUNNEMANN A
CO. v iii make payment to L. A W . ll. DUNN i MANN.
Dei ember 24_3?
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
IMiE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copan nershlp under the llrm name ol' It.ORD AN,
DAWSON A CO., tor thc purpose ol conducting the Nows
paper kuowu as TUE CHARLESTON' DAILY NEWS, rn
tho City ot Charl eton. State of south Carolina.
By i ho deed of Oopannership, FRANCIS W. DAWSON
alone is authorized to sign thu Brm Larne of RIORDAN,
DA Vt a ON A co., to any moneyed obilga.ion or written
contract ol said llrm.
B. U. RIORDAN.
i RANi Ia W. DAWSON.
Charleston. 3. C., October 28,1867.
December 23 C
LOST AND FOUND?
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES, )
CIASLESTON, S. C., December 24, 1867. j
KECXJVERED AND DROUGHT TO 1 HIS OFFICE
ONE OVERCOAT, ONE aINGLE CASE ENGLISH
BELL'.- EV/. GOLD WATCH, OVE GOLD THIMBLE.
ONE GOLD RING, and numerous other ?rdeles. Par?
ties losing the same wui pie.te cull, provo property, and
pay expenses. H. W. UENDRlCKs,
First Lieutenant and Cliiel ot Detectives.
LOST, ON THE CARS BETWEEN KINGS?
VILLX and thia city, a RED RUPslA LEATHER
PURIMONNAIE, containing $25 .r mo ley and a free
ticket on the road tn tho name oi Miss Uoffman. Any
one Unding the same will be bUitably rewarded by leav?
ing it at THIS OFFICE. December 18
FOR SALE, TWO FINE DRAYS, IN PER
FEC1 order, nearly now. For particulars, Ac,
apply at the GAS WELL, m Cannon-street.
December 24 2
IIOU SALE. A VALUABLE FARM OF 131
. acres, ou tho South Carolina Railroad, twclvo miles
lr ni Charleston. It is suitable for a cuttle or dairy larm.
It is in thc vicinity of tho bed or phosphate limo recently
discovered on tho Ashley River, and would bc vuluab." J
to that buamc s as a Summer r. sort for thoso who super?
intend it. Aud being immediately ou tho railroad, would
prove conveuicut going to and ir un Charleston.
Apply to PERR?CLEAR A HALSEY,
West end Montague-street,
December 21 imo Charleston, S. C.
rpo PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
JL A large amount of TYP'-: and JOB MATERIAL for
aale, lu lots to bUit purchasers. Terms reasonable, and
cash. Also, a flue HAND PRESS, price $2ov; an Adams'
Power Press, prico*l?00; and u card Press, price *100.
Apply to F. G. D?FON TAINE, Columbiu, ii. C.
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTI1N AND
RICE PLANTATIONS. FARMS and C1T? PROPER
Tl of all kinds for SALE and LEASE by
CLIFFORD A MATHE WES,
Beal Estate Agents, No. 56 Bron' street.
November 9 ?mos
PRIVATE BOAKD-TO LET A FURNISH?
ED BOOM, with tho uso of a parlor, with or with?
out board, iu a private family, where thore are no other
boarders. Apply at THIS OFFICE. December 12
EE M O V A L-B O A R D I N G -MRS. A.
TRACY baviug removed her Boarding Establish?
ment from No. 69 Church-street to No. 79 BROAD
STREET, is now prepated to iunii?b Board to a Umltcd
number of Ladies and Oentlomcn. Tcrmj moderate.
BOARD WANTED.-A PRIVATE FAMILY
willing to board .mother family, cornicing of hus?
band, wiie, young lady, two children aud nurse, ou rea?
sonable terms, will please adare-s or cull on LEONARD
CUAPlN, No. 20 Hiyue-stiect, and state terms and lo
callty. ihreo or jour rooms required. December ll
BOARDING-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
be obtained, at reasonable rates, by applylug at No.
4J1 KING STREET, one door above Hu??on street, noir
ti c Citadel, 'ihc Street Cara pa=s do door ovory ton
minutes. 3mo October 7
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGa IO ANNOUNCE TO HIS
putrons and the trado generally tu.n ho h is remov
e i his atnek of boots, Shoes aud Trunks from No. 141
MEETLN(skSTREET lo that spacious Warehouse No. 29
HAJNE-STREET (Hgu of thc Dig Boot), where he will
be happy to greet his customers a - usual.
December 23 EDWARD DALY, Agent
CHAELESTON, S. C.
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR OF THE
GREENVILLE, S, C.
DEUTSCHER BRUEDKRLICHER flCvD.
THE MEMBERS Of ?H.1 - BRU DERLICHER
BUND," are respectfully invited to meet at tho Old
norman ? hurch, rornor o? Alison and Basel streets, To.
Morrow, at half-pa 112 oV.ock P. M., to \ articlpa'o In tho
ceremonies of laying ihe corner-stono of tho Now Ger?
man Church. A. W. RIECK E,
WALHALLA L?DGE, NO. 66, A. P. M.
THE MEMBERS OF TBIS LODGE. AND THE MA?
SONIC Fraternity, are respectfully invited to as?
semble at 12 o'clock M., To-Morrow tho 96ch instant, at
Masonic Hall, in ordor to partlcipato in ihe laying of the
corner-stone of the New Ocrman Lutheran Church.
By order of the Vf. M.
J. IL PETERSON,
December 25 *1 Secretary,
F R E U N D S C H A FT S B U N D.
THE MEMBERS OF THE GERMAN FREUNDS
CHAFTSBOTfD arc respectfully invited to ni et at
tho Old Gorman Church, corner of Anson and asol st?.,
7o-_?orro_- [Tkxatday) at half-past 2 o'clock P. M., to par?
ticipate in thc ceremony of laying the corncr-stcuo of tho
New German Church.
By oraer of the x residout.
Decembor 25 Secretary.
DEUTSCHER ARTILLERIE ?NTERSTUT
MEMBERS OF THIS SOCIETY, WILL ASSEMBLE
ut the bouso of the President, south wost corner
ot Anson and Wentworth streets, on To-Morrow, 28th,
instant, at 1 o'clock P. M., to participate in fae proces?
sion, ol the laying of tho corner-stone, of the new German
Church. By order.
December 25, 1 Secretary.
GB RM AA FRIENDLY SOCIETY.
rpHE MEMBERS OF IHK GERMAN FRIENDLY SO
L CTE IY aro respectful y invited to meet at the Old
G rmau Church, corner ot Hasel and Anson streets, To
Morrow (Thur.-dav) .:t half-past 12 (.'cl ck, P. M.. to par?
ticipate in thc Ceremonies o? Laying the corner stone of
tho New German Church. JNO. A. BLUM.
Decembor 25 Secretary.
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
AM FETING OF TUE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
will bo held in tho Mayor's Office ot the C.ty -Hall,
on Friday i.ext, the 27ih lust., al 12 o'clock M., on busi?
ness of .nipona..ce. Genera!and punctual attendance is
RICHARD YEADON, Chairrran.
JAMES LOWNDES, Secretary. December 21
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS
cf the Savannah and Charleston Railroad Co i pany
will convene in Charleston, a. C.. on the second Wednes?
day in Januar?, 1868, hoing the 8th day ol'the month, ut
A e'-Uiment ol its affairs will be exhibited, and sn elec?
tion will tako place for a Hoard of Directors to serve the
cn ulng year.
PJaco of m- etmg, the Hall of tho Planters' and Me?
chanics' Bank, East Bay.
A Committee to verily proxies will mcot at 10 A. M.
Tho Transfer Books will bo closed on the 24th instant.
Attention is hewby called to an extract from the By
"No Stockholder who has not paid all the assessments
on his .-tock shall be eu ta tie,i to transfer thc same, or re?
ceive dividend* upon it, or voto at the meetings of the
Company." S. W. F WIEK, Secretary.
??rsavaimah Republican and News and Herald wiU
copy, and send bills to the ofilco of the Savannah and
Char, eaton Railroad Company.
December 18 ws7
DOST FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANE MN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, an tiutaihnc remedy for all Diseases of tho
Digestive Organs and the Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PAN KNUTH HEPATIC
LITTERS, an unfailing lemedy for ab Diseases of the
Digestivo Organs and the Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Diseasos of the
Digostivc Organs and the Livor. For sale by all Drug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
JUiTTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Diseases of tho
Digestivo Organa and tho Liver. For sale Dy all Drug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY' THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
bii'TERS, an unlaihug remedy for all Diseases ot the
Digcsuvo Oigaua and the Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
bii'TERS, au unfading remedy tor all Disease; ot the
Digestive Organs and tho Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
i>i TIERS, an unfailing remedy for all Diseases of the
Di^oslivo Organs and Uie Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONTO, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
Li TTE Us, an untailing remedy for ali Diseases of the
Digestive Organs and (he Liver. For sale by aU Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TO MC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, on uuiaiiing remedy for ail Diseases ot the
Digesdvo Organa and ina Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOU 1UERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
lulTERS, au unfailing nmedy for all Dis.ases ol the
Digestivo Oriana und the Liver, for salo by ail Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TE^ SOUTHERN TONIC, Fv.NKNI.V~ HEPATIC
R TIERS, an unfailing re.nc.?y for all Diseases of the
Digestive Organs and the Liver. For sale by all Drug?
gists, lyr November 27
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETC.
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINE
GOLD AND SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
ALL WARRANTED TO RUN AND THOROUGE
LY REGULATED, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.$250 to $1000
100 Magic Cased Gold Watchaa. 200 to 600
100 La ?es' Watches, tnamelled. 100 to 900
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 250 tc 3u0
2oO Gold Hunting English Levers. 200 to 250
300 Gold Huntius Duplex Watches. 150 to 300
BOO Gold Hunting Ara..rican Watches. 100 to 250
SOO Sliver Hunting Levers. 60 to 150
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 75 to 250
GOO radios' Gold Watches. 50 to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Loplnes. 60 to 75
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all kinda. 60 to 100
'2500 silver Hunting Watches.;.. 25 to 60
60 X) Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 75
The above stock will bo disposed of on tho popular one
price plan, giving every patron a hue Gold or solid sil?
ver Watch tor ?lu, without regard to value.
We wish to immcdtaiuly dispo.0 of tho above masnlO
cant Stock. Cv-rtiticaies, naming tho articles, are placed
in scaled envelopes, and well mixed. Holders are enu?
lled to the ar?ele named on their certiticate, upon pay*
meat ol 'Icu Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth $1000
or one worth lesa. Thu return of any of our certulcatos
entitles you to tho article named thereon, upon payment,
Irrespective of its worth; aud aa no urti clo valued less
than ?10 is named un any certificate, it will at once
bo sceu that this is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate transaction, which may be participated in
even by the most lasUdious 1
A single ccrtldcate will bo sent by mail, postpaid, upon
receipt of 25 cents, five for $1, eleven for $2, thirty-three
And elegant premium for $5, sixty-six and more valuable
premium tor S10, one hundred and most superb Watch
tor $15. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this
ls a rare opportunity. It ls a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by tho G-'vernment, and opon
to the most careful scruliny. Try us. Address
WRIGHT. BRO. Ju CO.,
Importers, No. 161 Broadway, N. Y.
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
WILL BE ISSUED BY SIX O'CLOCK EVERY
MORNING to subscribers in any portion of the
city, at EIGHTEEN CEN TH A WEEK, payable weekly.
Orders left at Ihe Periodical Stores ol Mr. C. C. RIGHTER,
Nos. 101 and 338 KING-STREET, or at the Office of the
DAILY NEWS, No. 18 HAYNE-sTREET, will receive
prompt attention. J. SILVERSTEIN,
December 2* Agent for City Do ll very.
For the Holidays.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS COMPLETED HIS USUAL
ma le with great care, and comprising the oholcest Pub?
lications ot the London and Continental Press.
His specialty, however, for this season will be
SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES, and selected from the very
best publications ot LONDON AND THE CONTINENT.
Hu also offers ohoice editions of BIBLES AND PRAYER
BOOKS, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, PAPETERIE, Ac,
all of which, having been recently purchased for cash, on
unusually favorable terms, will be sold at correspond?
ingly LOW RATES.
IMPORTER OF FOREIGN BOOKS,
Docombor 10 No. 235 Ktng'Stroet.
(LATE lt M. QUINN.)
UP-TOWN BOOK i REWS DEPOT.
No. 257 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL THE
LATEST PUBLICATIONS, auch as BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, 4c; parties living uu
town will find lt convenient to give me u call, and can
rely on geting their papers regular. City papers sold
and subscriptions taken for all Papers and Magazine?.
Foreign Papers and Roviowa ordered for regular sub?
Particular attention pail to orders from the c:untry.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept on
hsnd. Dino November 21
KOOMS AT HIS RESIDENCE, NORTHWEST COR?
NER of Mouing ?.nd Society Streets.
Juno 19 wiemo
THE BAZAAR TN AID OF THE WIDOWS' HOME
will reopen at thc Homo, ia Broad-street, ou Thursday
Evening, 26th inst., at 7 o'clock, with additional attrac?
tions ; will open on Friday at i P. M., and on Saturday
at 12 M., closing each day at 10 P. II.
Donations of Refreshments, Fruits and Fancy Articles,
will be thankfully received, tbere being still a demand
Admission as before. On Saturday Evening tho Draw?
ings will tako placo, when hoi dora of Prize Tickets will be
admitted upoD exhibiting the surio at the door.
December 21 6
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, DtC. 18, 1867.
ESTIMATES FOK REPAIRING, C'LEANUNG AND
PU 1 TINGLN ORDER, ST. MICHAEL'S CLOCK,
wit! bo received at this office until Monday, 30th inst., at
12 o clock.
Also, the Clock cnn be examined by applying at tbc
Malu Guard House for tho key ot tao Church.
Separate estimates for ARHANGIN'G THE STRIKING
APP Alt ATI's will bc received at tue samo timo.
By order. Vv. H. SMITH.
December 19 Cidra of Council.
TU JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
DECEMBER 2,1867. j
THE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOWING
persons hav^ expired. They arc hereby notified to
apply at this Ofll.e immediately and reuew the same :
PHILIP KILEY, Warren and St Philip-streets.
M. RE?NOl.liS, No. 5 ncdon's Aliev.
MARY BORKE, No. 72 Colboun-str'eet.
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Wjshington-street
JAMEs WALLACE, No. 95 spring-strsct
JOHN LE ?HY, No. 214 Comine-strest..
MARY HAFI'EKTY, columbus and Hanover-streets.
MARY 'J A.UP HELL, President and Cinnon-streota.
P. MANION, No. 57 i-tate-sireet.
JOHN HENNY, No. -id Queen-street.
JAMES BARRY, No. 10 Whan-street.
D. CON HOY, No. 32 St. Pmlip-strcot
P. DORAN, No. 10 Exc.ninge-a-.rcet.
P. l'LNKUSSOHN, No. 63 East Hay.
W. H. SMITH.
December 3 . Clerk of Council.
NOTICE: TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHARLESTON, November 26, 1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXP I KED FIRST OCTO?
BER last. Those who failed to reuew at that time
ure not considered as having a License, and consequently
aro no Auc?onecrs. W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of Council.
ri 151,ic NOTICIE.
OFFICE CLEM OF COUXCIL, I
May 1867. J
Thc following Section of " An Ordinance to abolish tho
offleo of Spcrintendent of Streets ; to provide for Kcep
iug tho Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in tho
City of C'harlcsston Clean, and for ctber purposes," is
hereby published for the Information of all concerned :
For the due protection of tho said contractor or con?
trae tera, ii ft JurUier ordained, That every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant or any prom?tes tronftng in any
stied, lane, alley, or open court, shall oe every day
(Sundays excepted) havo the dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in front of hin or hex lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and In readiness for the contractor, by the hour.ot
seven o'clock, A. M., trom thc dst day ot May to the
first day of November in every year ; and by tho hour oi
nine o'clock, A. M., frcm the nrst day of November to
the first day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt, iii tit, garbage, or other
otlal, in any street, lane, or alloy, or open court, alter the
hours above named, shall be subjec" to a fine not loss
than two nor more t' .an five dollars, for each and every
oflonce, to be tupo ed by tho Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May 15_Clerk of Council,
TO BEOULATE TUE DI1ED?IXO OF DOCKS.
Whereas, The best interests ol the city, aa well as the
convenience of the shipping visiting the port, demand
that the channel of Cooper River be i: /pt open with suffi?
cient depth of water for all commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction:
Be it ordained, That in future all mud removed from
any of the city docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall bc remove'I one hundred and Arty fathoms from
thc end of tho dock.
The Harbor Master snail bc furnished with a copy oi
tula Ordinance, which he is required strictly to enforce;
and to report tor prosecution aU violations of thc same;
which shall subjoct the party so offending to a fine not
exceeding one hundred dol?ais tor etch, and every
BaUfled in City Council this elgb' lay of October, in tte
year of our Lord one thous*. 1 eight hundred and
(L.S.) P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. ll. SMITH. Clerk of CounciL_October 18
AN OK OIN AN CU
TO PBOVEDE FOB THE LI QUID Ar ION OF THE TOTS BEST
05 TUE DEBT OF TUE CITY, WH10U ACCRUED OH TUS
THIRTIETH DAT OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED B? iHE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN in City Council assembled, That for tho pur*
puse of liquidating tho interest on the public debt ot the
city, which accrued on the tnir ieth day ot September
last, six per cent stock, om gatory on the corporation ot
the City of Charleston, shall be issued under tho direc
tipn of the Mayor, to the persons holding stocks or six
per cent. Louds ol tho city, and euctleu to receive the
interest accrued thereon at tho timo ubove sutod, the
salo stock to bear Uilorest alter the rate ol' six per cunt,
per annum, pa) able quarterly, redeemable m thirty
years from date: Provided, That uo port of said stock
shall be issued tor any sum less tuan twenty dollars, or
tor any fractional part ol a do.Lu*: Provided, also, that
all sums for less than twent> dollars, und for 1 rac tiona!
ports of a dollar, shad bc paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. 'That the term of certificate, and mode ot
trausier of said stock shall oe subject to the same regu?
lations ai now exist in lelation to other a. y six per cent,
stocks ot the city.
Ratified in City Council trna twenty-second day of Ostc
ber, Ui the year of our Lord one thousand sight hun?
dr od and sixty-seven.
|L. &.1 P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of CouncU. October 25
10 REGULATE THE STORAQE OF PKT?OLE?M, TTS Prc?
DUCTS, AMD OT ll til INFLAMMABLE OILS.
Sro. 1. Be it ordained by IA? Mayor and Aldermen, m
City Council assembled. That from and ofter the lt rh day
of June next, it shall not bs lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, bock Oil, Benzine, Bet.zole, or any other in.
tlaoimablc oil or oils on storage ur lor sale in any cellar,
Htore or building south of Lino sreet, in a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premisos, and
any such quantity so kept oi mort a shall be contained lu
vtoHchi ot Un or other metal.
bio. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought into tba city by land
or water, may bo kept on auy lot or in any oiidding in
which cotton is not stored, for ti period not exceedis j
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which timi- il
shall bo removed and kept lu the manner as required by
the foregoing 6ection.
SEC. 3. /.ny person or persons vi ola tin ff any part ol
thu Ordinance shad be subjoct to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable lu any Court of com.
Uatificd in City CouncU this twenty-first day of Moy. \u
tho year oi our Lord one mous md eight hundred and
[L.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of CounciL_ June 6
PUBLIC .\ UTI CK.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
Janutry 3, 18C7.?
PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HEREBY GI7F.N THAT UNDER
: he following Ordinauco licenses havo been prepared
fordjltvery from this Ollice. S. THOMAS,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by Ot? Mayor and Alder menin
City Council assembled. That from and after the first dey
of January, licenses shall be taken out for all caris, drsj,
and wagons, used for private sad domestic purposes, u
the samt manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let ci
driven fer hire, except giving bonds. And each such
cart, dray or wagon, sholl bo prc vice J with a badge cor*
faining the number thereof, oud marked Pru arc, to cr
placed on the outside of tho sholl.
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under tho Ordinance convening li?
censes for carts, drays, wagoiu and other carriages, un.
R.cs he or she be a freeholder.
SSO. 3. Tho following shall hereafter be the rate? icu
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, kv.,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which sh; L'
be Irce from other taxation:
PUBLIC CA HTS, DBATS, ETC., OB THOSE EiC LO TED TS AM
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB UlttK DIRECT OB INDIRECT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
mule, ? JO.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horseior
For every bock and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except line cmalbna
with two horses, ?50.
For every stage or omnibus (except Une omnibcij,
drawn by tour horses, $60.
For every truck drawn oy two or more hones or mule.
For every express wagon drawn by ?wo or more horses
or mules, ?60.
BREAD CARTS AND PB TV ATE CARTS, DRATS, EIC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do.
meade purposes, and not to bo employed m the trans?
porting of goods, ware1!, merchandise, lumbar, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indlrecUy tor tho same, shall pay for a license the sum ol
ti, exclusive ot tho horse or mule.
RaUtiod in City Council, this 16th day of January
|L. e.] in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hun
dred and sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. c. GAILLARD, Major
January 8 W. H. SMITE. Clerk ot Council
READ F0R YOUR INTEREST.
SAVE YOUR MONEY UNTIL YOU REACH THE
Southwest corner of Meeting and Wentworth streets,
where H. WHITE will sell you Jus: s teh FURNITURE
as you want, from aCRAOLlltoa CH AMBER or PAR?
LOR SET, at prices that have pleased many others, are
pleasing every day, and so they ?ill >ou.
Every thing warranted 03 represented.
Hair, Cloth, and Vam ah cheap to the trade.
Don't be kept away, and don't loare if others aro be?
fore you; you will got'your turn.
Southwest Corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
December 4 loo
FROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MANUFACTURERS O*'
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, "ear Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our House guaranteed aa re?
B. W, FROST. JAMES BLACK. OEO. SNYDER.
October 0* Sinos
The Carolina Times,
PUBLISHED AT ORAN Ci Ell IRG C. H.
THIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT TB?
middle portion of th? State, and offers the best
fMlUttes for advertisers, February at
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
FIRST CARGO NEW CR^ MOLASSES, EX-BABE
Sarah B. Hale, from Maganzas.
For salo low, fro ai wharf, by
RIDLEY k CREIGHTON,
December 95_ Nos. 1*3 and 145 East Bay.
WEST INDIA FR??r?
OBANG ES, PINEAPPLES. BANANAS AND PLAN?
TAINS, per bark "Sarah R. Hale" (six days) from
For aale by Rli-LEY & CREIGHTON,
No '. 143 and 145 East Pay, or
Captain cn board tho vessel, ai Kerr's Wharf.
December 35 1
~C??L! COAL !
?) A A T0*9' K0W BANDING, THE RED ASH EGG
COAL, for parlor use.
40 tons superior Nut Coal, for 'toves and cooking
range?, which w?l be sold low for cash, by apphljc to
F. P. SElGN?u?.-.
Coat Yard, corner East Pay and Easel sta., east side.
December 25_. 3
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER
OA AAA CHOICE FLORIDA ORANGES
??\J,\J\J\J 100 bbls: Apples, to arrive per steamer
For sale by
WELCH & BRANDES,
Nos. C7 AND 69 STATE-STREET.
FRUIT ! FRUIT !
WELCH. & RRAIVDES,
67 and 69 State-street,
OFFER FOE SALE AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES,
a choice selection of APPLES. ORANGES, LE?
MONS, Bananas. Malaga Grapes. Rais cs, Dried Figs,
assorted Currant Fruits, aU kinds of Nuts, Cranberries,
Beans, Potatoes, Onions, kc, kc December 21
O A Ail SA?KS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN.SPLENDID
JUvv crder. Foe sale by
December 20 fmw6_ROBT. MURE k CO.
TENNENT'S AND BERNARD'S DOUBLE STRONG
AND PALE ALES, in bond end in store. For sale
by ROBT. MURE k CO.,
December 20 fmw6_Boyce k Co.'? Wharf.
FA BALES SUPERIOR EXTRA HEAVY DUNDEE
rjKJ BAGGING, 2# lbs to the yard.
For sale by ROBT. MURE k CO.,
December 20 ?mw8 Boyces 4 Co.'? Wharf.
:FRUIT! FRUIT ! FRUIT I
fTTHE FIRST CARG? OF BARACOA FRUIT FOB
X THIS SEASON has just arrived by the Azelda and
Laura, consisting of :
30 000 Sweet Baracoa Oranges
12,000 choice P.antaina
1,570 bunches of choice Red and Yellow Bananas
2,000 Grape Fruit
15 dozens of choice Pineapples
5 barrels of Limes.
Parties wishing to purchase would do well to call and
see our collection of FRUITS, as tbo abovo wero CARE
FULLY SELECTED FOR THIS HOLIDAYS.
For sale at Noa. 57 ?nd 59 MARKET- STREET, by
December 18_8_BART k WIRTH.
BALE ROPE, BAGGING AND
T W.I NE,
FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PUBCHASEHS, BY
the Manufacturer fl. CLUCUS,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
JOHN B. TOGNI,
No. 125 Meeting-street,
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DEALER TS HAVANA
AND DOMESTIC SEGA RS. Fine Chewing as?
Smoking Tobacco, Genuine Meerschaum and Briarwood
Pipes, West India and Domestic Fruit, French Confec?
tionery, and JeUies, Preserves-m Jar, and Cana; Nuts,
French Fancy Boxes, Malaga Grapes.
A full supply of WILLOW BASKETS, ie , kc.
Country orders promptly att nded to.
December 3 imo
HARDWARE, ETC. ~~
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING
Painting of Roofs, Gutters, &c.,
PROMPTLY EXECUTED BY
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 KING-STREET;
ONE DOOR NORTH OF LIBEBTY-STREET.
BOIL, BAKE. BROIL, FRY,
BEAT SMOOTHING IR0.\"S,
WARM ROOMS, ETC.
THEY OTVE NO SMCKE, LEAVE NO DUST OR ASH?
ES, are simple as an ordinary lamp, and -an do the
cooking of a family at lesa expense than the ordinary
coal or wood stoves.
A litt of persone ?rho have them in use can be seen st
our store. Circulars iurmahed.
For sale at Munuiaoturer's prices, Wholesale and Re?
J. B. DUT AL & S9N,
No. 337 KING-STREET,
One door north of liberty street
KESPECTFULLY BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
that ha bas now on band, ard is receiving constant?
ly, the ?Rowing
Which he offers at Wholesale and Retail.
AXES, HOES. SPADES. SHOVELS.
COTTON AND WOOL CARDS.
SIEVES, CHAINS, NAILS,
SPIKES, CANAL BARROWS.
TURPENTINE TOOLS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
MILL AND GRIND STONES,
PLOUGHS, CORN SHELLER?,
STRAW CUTT ?. RS.
'TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY,
PLA I ED SPOONS,
i';>BKS AND CASTORS,
SAFE WIRE, _
CAPS. MUSKETS, GUN'S,
WOOD TIN AND HOLLuW WARE.
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, of my own importation, au ?..sortaient ot GUNS,
CUTLERY, Steel Com Mills, > arron Ware, Sporting Ar?
ticles, .vc. Will be sold low for cash or city acceptance.
No. 310 KING-STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW SOCIETY,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUN.
December 3 _^_
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES !
TI VERY LOWEST JUSEE! PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AXD HEATING
FOR CHURCHES, HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET
CAME?0N, BARKLEY & CO..
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
November 2 2m os Charleston, S, C.
W. E. MA?SHALL,
SHAIEG IND illili (Mil
No. 31 BROAD-STREET, Up Stairs,
CHARLESTON, 3. C