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THE DAILY NEWS.
LARGEST CIBCCLATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LABGEST CIR
CUHTION IN THE CIIY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LISI Ol? LETTERS REMAIN
INO IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS
- I0?I8 OP THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES TEIS BAT.
JOHN fi. MILSOB 4; Co. will sell this day, at
their auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street
at 10 o'clock, lot of dry goods.
J. A. ENSLOW & Co. will sell this day, al 8. W.
cerner of East Bay and Cumberland streets, at
ll o'clock, 500 sacks Liverpool salt.
JZJTOBDS & Co. will sell this day, in front of
their store, at B? o'clock, hams, a.rips, sides, ?c.
T. M. CATEE will sell thia day, on Brown's
wharf, at 9^ o'clock, strips, tiams, shoulders, Ac.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL will sell this day, at
their ano ion noose, No. 136 Meeting-street, at
10 o'clock, f orniture, organ, safes, Ac
THE NOBTHEBN MAIL failed yesterday after?
noon from all points bejond Richmond. The
weather, probably, ha? delayed the trains.
PERSONAL.-In the last issue of the Colum?
bia Phoenix W. B. Johnson, Esq., announced
his retirement from the editorial chair or that
CAUGHT m THE TOILS.-Two enterprising
freedmen, who rejoiced in the aristocratic cog?
nomens of John Paimer ard Henry HuRer
atiai Rhett, so far forgot tho dignity belong?
ing to their names as to indulge ia the ignoble
strap game. They encountered a colored
brother who was not np to the ways of the
world, and succeeded in fleecing bim of a Dundie
of dry goods, whicn ho rashly bet on the re?
sult ol the experiment. This loss was suffi?
cient to exasperate the injut ad individual, who
reponed the facts to tho detectives, and
Palmer and Rhett were soon furnished quar?
ters where they will be constrained to discon?
tinue their little games for a season.
QUICK WOBE.-The steamship Sea Gull,
which left Baltimore on Saturday last, came
through safely, although delayed ten hours in
the bay by heavy weather, and arrived at her
wharf at about 2 o'clook Tuaaday afternoon. It
was decided not to unload, as lue following da;
would be a general holiday, but, as a gentle?
man who stood on the wharf expressed some
regret at this delay in the delivery of his
freight, Captain Dutton ordered ti.e hatches
to be taken off, a.id, witn the aesistanoe of his
chief officer and tue stevedore, Mr. Stoddard,
started out a lot of fifteen barrels of ale, which
were sent to Augusta oy the night train, and
reached that oity early yesterday morning.
Thia ?3 quick work, and it speaks well for the
reliability of the Baltimore lino, as well for the
courtesy of its officers.
? All ESXEErAINMEKT AT THE ACADEMY OP THE
SISTEBS or MEBOT.-The pupils in the Ao a de?
my of tho Sisters of Mercy, on Queen.street,
intend to give to-day an entertalument to the
orphan c hilaren in charge of the Sisters at the
upper end of the city. There will be some?
thing substantial for the little orphans, and;
afterwards, they will be treated to a series ol'
tableaux which will be represented by the young
ladies of '-he academy. These things art. se?
crets of state, but it ia announced thai the pre?
parations show that the tableaux will be strik?
The Sisters of Mercy appreciate the value of
example and practice; and, in teaching their
pupils to exercise the greatest of all virtues,
they are giving them a lesson that will be ol
more enduring benefit than any worldly
THE CITY POLICE FOBOE UND EB THE REDUC?
TION.-In accordance with the recent enact?
ment of the City Council the police force in
this city was yesterday reduoed to one hun?
dred men and eigh; sergeants. Lieutenant J.
B. Whale y, of the upper guardhouse, was
dropped by Council, and Lieutenant Campbell
bu been assigned to his place. At the main
guardhouse Sergeants Wade, Wescoat, Poul
not ?nd Stewart and thirty men have been re?
lieved from duty, leaving four eergeants and
seventy men at this post. Sergeants Sexton,
Tenent, Smith and Brabham, with twenty men,
nave been relieved from the upper wards, leav?
ing four sergeants and thirty men for duty
there. - At each post there ie also an orderly
sergeant and assistant. The duty that the
action of Council devolved upon the Chief of
Police was a painful and delicate one, but one
the performance of which was Imperatively
demanded by the pressure of the tunes. It is
believed that the members of the police who
bave been retained constitute the moai vigi?
lant and useful portion of a force, which, taken
as a whole, has uniformly been distinguished
for efficiency and fidelity.
THE LATS STOBMY WEATHEB.-Since Sunday
batt tbs weather on tho coast has been quite
severe, and the steamships, particularly those
bound Noith, having to travel in tho teeth ot
the wind, have been sorely obstructed in their
route hythe htavy northeasterly gales. The
steamship Saragossa, which left this port for
New York on Suaday morning last, returned
here, yesterday, having steamed against the
gale until her coal got so low that she was
compelled to put back for a new supply. The
steamship Charleston, from New York, ex?
perienced the blow in great fi ree, and was
compelled to lay too for about twenty hours,
but she reached here yesterday in good time.
The steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore,
which arrived here on Tuesday, had the sea
and wind very high, but was enabled to come
through in hst regular time without damage.
The steamship Frances, from Baltimore for
Wilmington, N. C., had a severe gale from the
northeast foi.* twenty-seven hours, commenc?
ing on Sunday evening, but she was finally
beached about eight miles from Wilmington
(N. C.) New Met bf j-, where she is high and
dry, and will probably be a total loss.
HOTEL ABBTVALS.-Chariesio > Eo'el-R. H.
Draper, Cooper River ; Thomas Britton, Unit?
ed Bute3 Army ; J. MoCleary. United States
Army ; D. D. Snubba, Charleston, S. C. ; L. A.
Allen, city ; Charles T. Sammie, city ; S. L.
Hodge, United StateB Army ; C. P. Townsend,
Bonnettsvilio ; D. D. Shaver, Alabama ; E. W.
Wheetler, United 8tates Army ; B. B. Gary,
Augusta, Ga.; L. F. Querry, Florence ; W. J.
D. Forrest, Chester.
Pavilion Hotel-John T. MoDowell, city ; W.
Wright, city ; Bernard Almaroy, city ; Dr. A.
H. Johnston, Orangeburg; A. Moore, Syra?
cuse ; John D. McGowan, Delaware ; Charles
Morrill, Winthrop, Me.; S. S. Jones, New ?ork;
W. N. Cantwell, Bidgeville ; Charles H. Sea.
man, Trenton, N. Y.; J. J. Brown, Williams?
burg ; G. E. Townsend, Northeastern Railroad;
B. 8. Conner.' Williamsbur,? ; L. Wutcbum,
Williamsburg ; E. 8. Walley, I adiana,
M?s Souse.-Jcha J. Corning, Hartford,
Cona.; Wm. T. Payne, Dr. O. Stanfield, Hoary
8tinfield, and J. J. Vincent, New YorE; T. J.
Short, city; W. B. MaE^e. Savaanab;. Thomas'
MoMann and iajBy, K A. Haven, New York; Dr.
j. J. Omsohn, lady and two children, city; Hen
ry'Ooggitt, Jr., MISB Coggitt, Miss M. L. Cog
gitt, New York; Geo. Prince, Bath* .Ale.; Wm...
P. Berry and A. H. J ule s on, Beddeford, 'Me.;
Fanny Lincoln, St. Augustine, W. B. Hotch
kiss, steamer Charleston. I
EMANCIPATION DA?_Throughout tba South
the first of January is now celebrated by the
colored classes aa the anniversary of the
Emancipation Proclamation of President Lin?
coln, and the various "civic societies, military
and fire companies" in each city unito in ob?
serving the <ky.
Th?- colored population of Charleston have al?
ways been fond of public dis play s, and the parade
of yesterday showed that, notwithstanding in?
famous weather,their propensities were still the
same. It was expected to form the procession
at 10 o'clock, but tin different societies wore
not up to time, and it was nearly 1 before they
were in marching order. Most of the societies
met at their halls and were marched through
the different streets to the corner of Meeting
and Calhoun, where they wore formed by the
marshals of the day. The different colored
fire companies were by far the most showy, as
their uniforms were bright and in pleasing
contrast to the mixed appearance of the cine
The streets were in a fearful state, the mud
was soft, slimy and adhesive, and the mar?
shals had treat difficulty in arranging their
forces without bemixing them and spoiling the
glory of their attire. Aa the church was only
a short distance from the corner, there was,
properly speaking, no extended parade, and
the marching and countermarching on Meet?
ing-street was done with the intention of ar?
ranging tb? procession.
Tue corni anies, as they came on the ground,
were preceded by musio, and the sound at?
tracted a Inge crowd of spectators, principally
colored, who clustered around the corners and
in the vicinity of the church until the conclu?
sion of the ceremonies. They could hear
nothing, and many of them were too closely
packed to see more than a foot beyond their
noses; but the day, the occasion, and, more
than all, tie pleasure of forming a part of a
large crowd were sufficient inducements to
cause then to remain.
The pre cession, what there was of it, was
very creditable. Tho firemen were dressed in
their gay uniforms and bore banners with the
names of ?hen* companies and the date of or?
ganization. Ono military company (unarmed)
was prese at, and in addition to a United States
flag bore a banner "with a strange device.''
It had tho necessary stripes, but in the centre
of the bli .e union was a single gold star. The
Masons vie re beaded by a venerable brother,
who carried an open Bible, a brass candlestick
and candle and a sword. The Mechanics' As?
sociation had a very neat and tasteful banner
of blue, embroidered with poid. The other
societies had nc- distinct mark, and were last
in the crowd that surged on all sides. Not?
withstanding the muddy condition of the
streets they were filled with people, who pressed
forward anxious to obtain a look, and careless
of their own clothes or their neighbor's toes.
The marshals had great difficulty in opening
the way to the church, and it was fully ono be?
fore the host were seated.
The church had b?-n guarded by a select
committee from an oarl>. sr in the morning,
but their efforts to keep tho doors closed and
the crowd from entering were futile. They
would see and hear, and bofore the arrival of
the procession the seats were well filled. The
committee were frantic, bat after herculean
exertions they succeeded in accommodating all
to a square inch of room, and the ceremonies
A prayer waa delivered by the Rev. Edward
Laurens, colored, and the Emancipation Pro?
clamation read by Samuel Dickerson, colored,
who afterward? introduced the orator of the
day, Rev. F. L. Car-ozo, colored.
The oration, aa was natural on euch an occa?
sion, was a review of the oondition of tho col?
ored man in a state of servitude and at the
present time. Tba orator dilated oa the ad?
vantages of freedom, and advised his hearers
to cherish this boon and show to the world
that tiey were worthy of the name of free?
men. The speech was devoid of all radicalism,
and considering the small amount of prepara?
tion, was very well worded. The ideas express?
ed and the advice tendered were both good, and
if the colored people will but hearken to snob
mod?late leaders, and not submit themselves
to the influence of designing and bad men,
they 'rill be respected as a olasa, and will be
enablad to improve their present oondition.
Aft or the oration waa concluded, the differ?
ent companies and societies escorted each
other to their halls, the Union League being
head/xl by Peter Miller, known to this commu?
nity is a popular musician in Kershaw's regi?
ment; the Second South Carolina Volunteers.
The day was closed with a ball given by the
Prudence Fire Company, at the Military Hall.
The Comet Fire Company appeared in the
procession with a new banner, which had been
presented to them during the morning.
A PETITION rs BANHEUPTCT. hos been filed by
certain bill-holders in Atlanta against the
Bank ot Fulton of that oity. This case will
bring np for decision several important ques?
tions arising under the bankrupt law between
suspended banks and their bill-holders.
TSB ABBIVAII AND DKPABTUBE OF TB ATS*.
This species cf information is peculiarly vain*
abl-? to the travelling publio, who are anxious
to know the precise time when the different
trains arrive and leave the city. A carefully
prepared schedule of the different railroad?
han been furnished to tho NEWS, and can be
foe nd m another column. The reader wdl find
th i rain not only the time at whioh the trains
leave Charleston, but also the hours at which
they arrive at and depart from their other ter?
mini. To a traveller, who is always an anxious
inquirer on this subject, the published sche?
dules will be cf great Bervice.
THE CHABXSSTON.-Thia fine steamship ar?
rived yesterday morning, after a very trying
passage. She left New Tork at 4 P. M. on Sa?
turday lost, and had fiie weather until Capo
Romain was reached, about 3 P. M. Monday.
A'.'ter running for four hours through a gale
I which was steadily increasing in violence, and
which began with a furious squall at 2 P. M.,
the vessel was laid to with her head to the
wind, in whioh position she remained for
twenty-four hours. The ship behaved well,
and Captain Berry did all that a thorough sea?
man and courteous gentleman could do for the
security and comfort of his passengers.
Tax loss or THE STEAMSHIP FBANCES.-The
Wilmington Star gives the following particu?
lars of this disaster, already briefly reported by
The Frances sailed from Baltimore on Satur?
day, the 28th inst., with a light cargo of mer?
chandise. Until she cleared the Capes, fair
weather was experienced, but on Sunday a
heavy northeast gale came on, the sea running
very nigh. Hatteras was safely weathered, and
lol era bl j smooth water found under its leo.
Alter rounding Cape Lookout the gale increas?
ed in violence. The ship waa headed north?
west to take shelter under the lea of the Cape,
bat the wind drove, hex with irresistible force
to the southward. Being so lightly laden she
was not easily managed, and, as stn approach?
ed Cape Fear, it became evident that ene would
inevitably be thrown on Frying Pan Shoals,
where alf h:.nds would prob b'ly have been lost.
The least of two evils was therefore chosen, and
she was headed towards the coast with (be
hopes of reaohing New Inlet, bat the strong
galo clew her on Lo the beach, where she lay
broad sido to the'sea at last accounts, the waves
malting olear br aches over her. All hands
were saved, and tho mate was left in charge of
the ship while the captain came to the oity for
aid. The nteam-tug Oldham was sent to her
assistance, - but it is cot known whether the tug
was enabled to 7 each her. aa the sea ran very
hieb through the day. The vessel will prob?
ably prove a total loss, but, if ehe holds to?
gether, a part o? the cargo may be sav?cU
TURNING OVES A NEW LEAF.-The comm ;nce
menfc of a new year is always esteemed
an auspicious time for forming new resolu?
tions, discarding the past, and commenc?
ing the journey of Ufo afresh. There aro
few persons who have suffered thia occa?
sion to pass without framing a code of resolu?
tions whioh they intend to observe during the
coming year,* this procedure is commonly
known is turning over a new leaf. Unfortun?
ately in many cases so many leaves have been
turned over that some parties become harden?
ed and forget their new resolves shortly
after their birth. The proprietor of the Mills
House, knowing this frailty in human nature,
has determined to remind his guests of their
pledges, and has not only commenced the year
with a new leaf, but has opened a new book, in
which all who register can see that the year
has commenced and remember their promises.
The new register book was solemnly opened
yesterday, and the act wa3 attested by a num?
ber of persons whose signatures appear in the
list published in the NEWS this morning.
THE CHARLESTON HOTEL.-This popular cara?
vansary, one of the earliest and best known
both in the city and abroad, commenced the
new year with a new proprietor. Major J. P.
Horbach, the former energetic superintendent,
has purchased the interest of the late Mr.
White in the establishment and is now the sole
proprietor. This change, thcugh not unex?
pected, will be received with pleasure by all
who have ever made this hotel their tempo?
rary home. As the superintendent, Major
Horbach proved himself to be fully competent
to manage the house, and in assuming the
ont rous duties of proprietor only changes for
the better will be observed. In times past,
when money was flush and the registers showed
nightly two and three pages of arrivals, the
Charleston waj known and patronized by many
who will be pleased to learn that the old bouse
has not lost its prestige, as well as that, though
un 1er a new proprietor, the same oom forts are
assured them, and that the cloae attention of j
old will be paid to their material wants. While
there are other hotels in the city that rank de?
servedly high, the memories of the past that
cluster around the spacious verandah of the
Charleston, the pleasant lobby, the-old crystal
palace and the comfortable rooms, will ever
cause it to be considered oje of the best rest?
ing places to be obtained-an oasis in a trav?
If jon want chea]. Blank Book?;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
Paper, ?cc; or, MILLER'S Almanac;
lt you want Printine executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Ac?
count Books made to order, with any desired
pattern ot ruling, go to EIRAM H IBBIE, NO. 69
A BAKING ESTABLISHMENT FOR SALE.-Messrs,
Milligan & Son will Bell, on Friday, the con?
tents of a bakery establishment on East Bay
opposite Boyce's wha-f. These comprise every?
thing necessary to conduct the baking bus:-1
ness, and as the articles will be sold at auc?
tion bargains can be seoured. The advertise?
ment appears in another column.
CHOICE TOBACCO.-Mr. G. Follin has seoured
the agency of the most celebrated brands of
tobacco manufactured in Virginia and North
Carolina, and is prepared to offer the same to
tho trado. dither ''in bond" or "tax paid," at
the lowest market rates. His estabhahm: nt.
at No. 151 East Bay, is supplied with a full
stock of the wood in the forms most accepta?
ble to the smoker or chewer.
IMPORTANT TO AOBIOUXTUBISTS.-Messrs. Lit?
tle & Marshall are prepared to fcrniah planters
and farmers with pure seeds of all varieties
from the crop of '67. These have been care?
fully selected, and are warranted to be of the
best quality. In addition to their stock of
seeds, they have on hand every variety of agri?
cultural implements, including the various
labor-saving machines recently invented, and
whioh are now in general nae. At this time
most persons are preparing to plant their
crops, and And it necessary to replace broken
or lost implements. Messrs. L. A M. have a
full supply, and planters will find it to their
interest to pay them a visit, before they com?
THE NEW YOBK LIFE INSTJBANCE COMPANY
COMMENDABLE LIBXBALXTY.-Although persons
are continually dyi. g, yet few expect they will
soon be called, and therefore are little inclined,
by a present sacrifice, to provide against an
evil which, though they know to be certain,
they yet suppose to be d?.anu The benefits to
be derived from Life Insurance are, however,
becoming doily better appreciated; and the fair
dealing and prompt payment made by compa?
nies, even on losses for whioh they might not
be legally hable, has inspired general confi?
dence in their system and practice. As an
instance, we publish, by permission, the fol?
lowing interesting letter:
OWEN SOUND, CANADA WEST. J
December, 1867. )
2b Thomas Frost, Fsq., Agent for South Car*
atna of the New Tori Lfe Insurance Oom
DEAB SLR-I hereby acknowledge payment
in full of the policy of the New York Life In?
surance Company, No. 40,115, for ten thousand
?oltan (flO.uOO), on ihe life of my doceased
husband. Adam B. Glover, insured December,
1866, and terminated May, 1867.
In view of the questions which might have
ariseu in the case, I regard the settlement as
an act of noble liberality, becoming the high
rank of the Company, as first in the order ol
establishment and assets of the Life Insurance
Companies of the State of New York having
agencies in South Caro- lina. Its twenty-two
years bl successful and distinguished opera?
tion must undoubtedly have been marked by
many like acts of enlarged and genero m con?
duct, to have won the conti den ce in its skill
and integrity, with which the public is now BO
So gratefuLis my realization of the benefit
of Idle insurance, in my present bereaved and
reduced, from lately blessed and affluent con?
dition, that I oanuot forbear recommending its
adoption to all in whatever circumstances.
The affliction I have experienced was in no way
anticipated either by my lamented husband or
myself; and ii is due to yon to Bay that it was
only by your advice and persuasion that he was
induced to effect the insurance. I believe it
an institution providentially designed for the
benefit of women and children.
With my best wishes for the continued use?
fulness and spread of your Company, 1 am,
most gratefully yours, -
ANNIE B. GLOVER.
Fancy the Dismay
Which would prevail in thousands of households
If it should be suddenly announced throughout the
United States, Canadas, the Weat Indies and Span?
ish America that no more HOSTETTb'B'S BITTERS
would be manufactured, and that henceforth the
o BAND arsomo roa DISPEPSIA, and pievontive ol
ail malarious diseases would be LOST TO THE WOULD I
The blLoua, the feeble, the despondent; the travel?
ler, the voyager, the miner, the BOdentary student;
the settler on the frontier of civilization; the toller,
cooped up in crowded city tenements; the convales?
cent, needing an m vigoran t ; the shivering victim of
ague, and the nervous of both sexes everywhere,
would learn with grief, too deep for words, that the
most celebrated corrective, lnvigorant and alterative
of the age had been blotted out of existence, As a
PEXPAHATOBT AMTZDOTE to epidemic disease, a genial
stimulant, a promoter of constitutional vigor, an ap?
petiser, a stomachic, and a remedy for nervous de?
bility, no medicinal preparation bas ever attained
the reputation of HOSTEITER'? BITTERS. It ls
the HOUSEHOLD XOKaO of the" AMERICAN PEO?
PLE-has been so for twenty years, and in all hu?
man probabiity will be so for oenturles to como.
The magnates of Science recognise its merits; and
that lt is emphatically the medicine bf the misses is
proved by hs vast and ever increasing sales.
December 80 6
FRESH OAKDEN SEED,
Agriculi ural Implements. &e.,&c.
PLANTEB8, FARMERS, AND THE TRADE
GENERALLY supplied with PURE 8EEDS of
ali varieties, Crop of 1867, care lolly selectee from the
beat ant) most reliaole seed growers in Nsw York,
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut, All
SEEDS warranted to be pure and tresa, and of
PLOUGHS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, AND
HORSE HOES OF EVERY VA BITTY.
SEED PLANTERS AND FODDER CUTTERS
IMPROVED CHILLED IRON CORN HILLS,
FOR PLANTATION USE, DURABLE
WASHING MACHINES, 4c., &c.
INGERSOLL'S HAND POWER COTTON PBEs
LITTLE GIANT HORSE POWER,
LITTLE ?? MARSHALL,
No. HO MEETING-STREET.
Opposite Pavilion Hotel, Charleston, S. C.
January 2 Smos
Sf gars, Cobarra, (Cir.
TOBACCO MAaSUFACTTJBEBS' AGENCY
No. 151 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.,
BEGS TO CsLL ATTENTION TO AND INVrTES
an inspect'cn of hissiockot MANDTACTUB
Eu and SMOKING TOBACCO, resolved direct from
the most rellublo and celoorated Manuiicturers lo?
cated in the states ot Virginia and North Carolloa
?nd oflVcii for (ale "in bond" or "tax paid," ot
luw prices ss tuo same can be purchased in any
otb.orm-.rket. tb i moi January 2
THE UNDEBSIGNED HAS THIS DAY ESTAB
LISHED himself at No. 118 East bay-street, aa
Agent for the Charlo* ton branch of the Hs vans Segar
Factory "La Valentina," and he will, as such, dov"
himself exclusively lo the manufacturing and ira
porting ol the most celebrated brandi of HAVANA
S GARS and the hnest Havana Leaf (wrappers and
ill.ers) anti SMOKING TOBACCO, the atock of whioh
will constantly consist of :
PAPcB C1GABE1TES, "LA HOUBADEZ"
Millar Comua J. P.
Millar Com un, Rio Hondo
Loudres de corte, "La Valentina"
Londres de corte, Figaro
Londres nao flor, Jenny Lind
Flor de Prensados, Figaro
Flor de Prensados, La Espanola
Conch s Y. Zepeda
Conchas sup'r, La Valentina
Conchas flor, Jenny Lind
Londres Y. Zepeda
Londres superior, I a Valentine
Londres primera, fl. Up mann
Londres flor, H. Upmann
Londres superior, de Partages y Ca.
Loadies flor, de Par tatt aa y Ca.
Londres superior, H. de Cabanas y Cirbejal
Londres flor, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
Brevltas flor, H. Upminn
Media Begaiii, Y. Zepeda
Media Begs.ia, La Valentina
Brevas flor, H. Upmann
Brevas flor, H. Cabanas y Oarbajai
Bravas, La Espanola
Brita. lea Cilindrados, La Espanola
RogalltiB flor, H. Upmann
Regs .ia Brit?nica, La Valentina
Hegaiia Brit?nica, H. de Cabanas y Oirbejal
Catadoras de Calidad, H. Upmaaa
Havana Leal Tobacco.
OK C05SI05MXXT :
DOMESTIC SEGA RS of all Binds
Smoking Tobacco of aU kinds
Chewing Toba co of all kinds.
Dealers and consumers of Charleston, and through?
out the country, are Invited to call and examine this
large and well selected ito^c, surpassed by fow at
the North and second to none In the south, Ea t or
west EAMON SALAS, Agent,
N. B. All orders promptly attended to.
January 1 10
(Cloding anb iarntsljtng ?nobs.
Large (Stock of
MEN AND BOTS
fTTHE TATLOBING DEPARTMENT SUPPLIED
X WITA an elegant aasortmenr of CLOTHS,
CASSIMEBE8 and VESTINGS, walch will M made
un nader the care of a First-clan Cutter.
No. 219 King-Street,
West Side. One Boor South ot
WM. MATTHIESSEN, Agent,
B. W. McTUBEOUS, Sup't.
November 16 ' _
Q H A H L E S T O N HOTEL,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
C. A. MILLEU.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
October 17 _
PBOPBIETOB OF TSE
GREENVILLE, 8. 0.
Jane 8_ .
g T.JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of New Ortoaa?.
W. F. CORRERY...Ot spottswood Hotol, Biabasond.
Telegraph and Railroad Omoea in Rotunda of Hotel.
.tuno i7 _
PBOPBIETOB OF THE
PALME TTO HOUSE,
8PABTANBUBG, S. C.
FUN FOR ALL I
FULL INSTRUCTIONS BY WHICH ANY PEB-,|
bON mole or t?male, can master tho ?reat art
oi Ventriloquism by a iew hours* practice, making
a world of tun, and siter becoming experts then
?Ives, can teact others, thereby making lt a source
of income. Full mstructions sent by mail |ior 60
cents. tiatipiacticD guaranteed.
Address i. o. Drawer 31, Troy, N. Y.
May 13 ?7?
Stools Stationen), (?tr.
J?OOKS FOR THE HOLLDAVir
THE EUBSCEIBEB HAS OOMPLETBD HIS USUAL
made with great care, and oomprlslug the choloest
Publica docs ot the London and Continental Prese,
His specialty, however, for this season will bo
CHILDREN'S BO OK S ,
SUITABLE FOE ALL AGES, and selected from the
very beat publications ot LONDON AND THE CON?
He abo offers choice editions of BIBLES AND
PBATEE BOOK?, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS,
PAPETERIE, icc, all of which, havLig been recently
purchased for cash, on unusual y lavorable terms,
will be sold at correspondingly LOW HA A ES.
IMPOBTEB OF FOREIGN BOOKS,
December 16 No. 285 King-street
J) Q, V I K It y
(I.ATE M. M. QUINN.)
Up-Tewn Bock and News Depot.
HO, $157 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL
THE LATEST PUBLICATION^ euch as
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWSjPAPr.ES, fee.; par
ties Jiving n > town will find ?t <?nveuient to give
me a ceU, and con rely on getting their papers
regular, city papers sold and subscriptions totten
for all Papers and Magazine?. 'Foreign Pupers
and Renews ordered for regular subscribers.
Particular attention pala to orders from the c . un
A good supply of SCHOOL BC OKS always kept
on bend. Brno November 21
rp HE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
* WILL BE ISSUED BY SIX O'CLOCK EVEBY
MOKNING to kubscrlbers in any porll n of the city,
at EIGHTEEN 'JENIS A WEEK, payable woekly.
Ordern left at the Periodical S tore i ot Mr. C. C. BI JH
TEB, Nos. 101 and 338 EXNG-tTBEtT, or at the
Office of the DULY NEWS, No. Vi HAYNE-aTBEEl',
will receive prompt attention.
December 2_Agent tb-.- city De.lvary.
ALMANAC FOR 1868,
CONTAINING ITS USUAL VALUABLE r.fFOB*
49*The Trade supplied at th? following rates: SlO
per Hundred; $1.50 per Dozen.
Iii H AM HARMS,
PUBLISHES, No. Sf? BBOAD-3TBEET.
December 19 tbs tu 18
! S'MB! MIES!
THE VERY LOWEST MARKET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY OELEBBATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOE OHDECHE8, HOTELS, SCHOOLS AND SA?
LOONS OF EVEBY DE8CBIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN
CAMON, BARKLEY & CO..
No. 150 ;iEETt.\G STUEET,
Novemnez'j 2BIO? Charle?tun, 8. C.
Prop, Chtntirals, (gc.
For the Handkerchief.
" BIGHT BLOOMKG CER??S,"
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELIOATE, AND
FBACIBANT PERFUME, Distilled from the
Bare and beautiful Flower from which it takes
I4AN?EACTTJBED ONLY BY PEAL OS & SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK VOS PHALO?T8-TAKE KO OTHES.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, HAN & CO.,
Jan wry il_mihi rr
GREAT HUI! RESfO?iTlV?
BALM OF LIFE!
FOB ALL WHO ABE CONSUMPTIVE, OB Al E
SUSOtPTIBLE TO ANY IBKITATTON OF THE
LUNGS, WBETHEE THE COUGH HA8 BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OB OF BECENT
PIM ELIXIR SPECIFIC
HAS BAPTOLY D1SILNGCISHED ITSELF F B
it? wonderful restorative and curative qualities.
Under its stimulative influence, ann by its pen?
etrative agency, tbis health Invigoiaticg cordial ex?
cites a general beneficial reaction, and disperses the
impermeable obstructions which prevent ace:ca to
otb er remedies, Wblle gradually reducing the ac?
companying constnoilon which attsnas tbe malady,
it reproduces tho essential warmth and elastic vipor
o? tho respiratory v?asela, which, by this remeoial
combination, promotes the healing.prooess by which
reliar and cure ls effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, with every
other concurrent disorder.
As neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any
Und are employed in this Puluionic Compound, and
the most assiduous attention given to the quality
and medical value ol each component article which
constitute lt, it ls confidently and conscientiously
recommended for its jalety and reliability, without
restriction in generous, wholesome diet, or spure*
OBS ion of renewed cold troa> its affects.
Far sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress,
Mrs. CECILIA BODKlGU.tS. northwest corner ol
MEETING AND SOCIETY'STBEF.Tb, ana at the
PBIOR RINGLE BOTTLE SL25.
November 12 " lyr
"A A O ve lt jr.
The latest and most effectual re nady for the eare
of debility, loss of appetite, headache, torpor ot ita
liver, etc., ls PANKNTN'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For
Hams, Strips, Side?, Shoulders, ??e.
JKFFOBDS & "CO.
Will sell THIS DAT, in front cf our Store, at 9%
100 CHOICE FIO HAMS
200 J pounds Choice Strips
4 hhds. Bibbed t-ldes
600 Choice shoulders
400 balk Shoulders
10 b zea Tobacco
20 bags Coffee
3 drams Codfish
20 tnos L rd
_10 barrels Lard._January a
Potilive Sale of Bulter, Strips, Hams, ?re.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold TB 7 S D AT, on Brown's Wharf, at three
quat tors-past 9 o'clock,
2C0 firkin H snd tubs BOT i CB, some choice dairies
13 bbls Extra buger Cured Strips
1 'boisPig Hams
20 bbls Shoulders
40 tuon Lard.
Condl'ions cash. January 2
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAT (Thursday), 2d ins'.ant, at 10 o'clock,
will be sold at our Auction Sa earoo m, No. 136
A ceneral as ortmont of DBT GOODS, to close in?
voices-Caa jim eres. Satinets, Bed sad White Flan?
nels, Canton Flannels, Baue Plaids, Bleached and
Brown shirrings, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Fanoy
Buttons, Nubias, Hoods, Ribbons, Spool Cotton,
Knives, Hair Phis, Pencils; with a variety of other
Conditions cash. January 2
I 6'Aotce Peach Trees.
BY JOHN G. MIL NOR & CO.
TO-MOBBOW, 3d instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold
at our Auction Salesroom, No. J85 Meeting-street,
An invo.ce of CHOICE ?'BACH TBLLS, nom the
celebrated Nutserles of Jehu Pe.kins, Morristown,
7 bundles Peach Trees, consisting of Hale's Early,
Troth's Early, Cole's Early, Early i ork. Crawford's
Late, Old Nixon Free, Smocx's Late, crawford's
A lew bundles of the above will be opened to sell
hi small lots, others will be reserved In original
packages for shipment. January 2
Clothing, Shirts, Hosiery, ?c.
BY MILES BRAKE.
TO-MOBBOW, 3d ins ant, ai 10 o'clock. I will sch at
my Store, corner of Kins and Liberty streets,
An invoice of CLO'i HiN.<. just received by steam?
I CONSIST E? O Ct PAST AS FOLLO VfB :
150 Cloth, Tweed and satinet c vc h. AND FBOCK
260 pair eas aime re and Satinet Panta
30 Harrison suits, Ac
Linen Bosom and Beiknsp Shirts, Neck Ties. Hosie?
ry, ?tc January 2
Five Desirable Farms within four miles of the
city, comprising the ri. h and valuable Tract
known as the "Happoldt Farm," at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, ?to. 37 Droad-street.
On TUESDAY, the 7th of January, at ll o'clock,
at the old customhouse, eas, end ol Broad-itreet,
wi 1 oe sold,
Those FIVE F ABMS, contiguous io each other,
numbers 1,2,3,4 and 6, containing 60, 4AX. 3.x,
.2J( and 40 X acres respeoUveiy, more rr lees, and
l)lu? between the right of way oi tue aoutn Carolina
nailroad ana the Ashley Uiver, with a settlement
and outbuiloings on Farm No. 0.
They are eaoii. accessible to the city by two rail?
roads, by the Plank Baad, and by the Asn.ey Elver.
These Farms offer most desirable and lucrit.ve n
vestments o.i account not onay of their proximity
and acteosibl lty to the city, but of their producdve
?ertiiity as vegenuie or eta Island co;.on land.-.
These Farm, win be sold, one with the privilege ol
the re i.aiuiug four.
Pla ia can bu seen at our office.
Merma-One-third cash; the ?slanos in 1, "3, and 8
years, secured aa usual. Purchasers to pay xor pa?
pers and a Lampe. tu wan tua Decembers!
Estate Sale- Valuable Sea bland Cotton Plan?
tations on John's Island.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES.
On TUESDAY, 7th January, will ba sold at the old
Customhouse, and of aroad-stwet,
That ?xat-ci.tB ?lil isLA.ND OOi'XOM PLANTA?.
TI?. N, hiiuated on 5>t> no Elver, John's Island, kno ayn
aa tue -'Peacetnl He treat," seven ou?es lr-m Cturies
lon, containing about 1100 acres, LOO cleared, aud
web setUeu in negro nous*e.
The Land is oi th J Desi quality, and there is a good
lauding on the pla e, whian a team ors to kdiste VMS
?eveiai times a week.
At the same time sod place,
A valuable SEA ISLAND COTTON PLANTATION,
on John'? Island, one and a half mites trozn s tono
BiVer, condining about 700 aerea, 24U cleared.
Terms-One-uurd cash; balance in oue, two and
throe years, c ecu:ed by oond aud mortgage of ta
property, with interest irom day or sale. Purchaser
to pay O. & M. IO.' papers and stamps.
Handsome Furniture, Oil Painting?, cfc, ??.,
of a family leaving th? City.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES.
Will be aold TO-MOBBOW, 8d of January, at Na
27 Bull-atreet, thr.o doors west of uutisoge, at ll
1 Large MAHOGANY CI EC ULAH EXTENSION
DLNI>O TABLL-7 leaves
2 Large Manogany square Extension Dining Ta?
bles-6 and 4 leaves eacn
Oak Book Case ?nd secretary, B. W. Marble-top
Centre aa lo and Musio a tana, Lamaak cotas ana
curtains, Chairs, 3 Handsome oak Boc Caaes, Ital?
ian lanita of Carrel? Marble (very handsomj, Ma
aoganv, B. W. and Blrd-sj e Maple oouhle sud bin?
gle Bedsteads, Wardrobes, and jdarble-top Bureaus,
vt ashs tanas, etc., MagUsh cut Oas? Decantara ?nu
Pilonera, lum olen, Wine, Champagne, cordial. Hock,
ana Jolly niasses, Plates, large and small sue;
De:ert and ?mit, Ice creina, and nutter Dothes, Ja?
panese Tea Set, ?lench BiOaxe ana. ont Candela?
bra, Candieabcka and sai vices to match, ou?7-ooiave
Hose wood PlauO, Lngravinga from ?hakspeare and
others, trench dooks, Mecnanique Lampa, Mantle
ornaments, bia rue te, Vases, CanUieaiicks. <kc, ate.
A valuaoie coiiecuon or OU faluting? ?ad Enerar
inga, iucluding svme orlgluala and fino coplea irom
the old msaie.e and chen.
lei ma cash. ci v. thia- January 2
?PMS?ffl MD PAPER MM
a, AVINO P?BCHA8BD TH kl ENTIttE STOCK
XL Of UPHOLbTUiY AND PAPLB HANGING O.
MI'. HENEY W. aJ.vSalAN, I will conduct the D>
olsttry and Paper Hanging Busmen, in ?.U it?
branches, at No. 270 KIN o-a lilEEl, over my Cou
lea .loner y ea tam. aliment, and raipecuuUy invite ail
pttrchaa rs ta examine tua atoo* walch I eipect eon
a tanuy to keep on hand.
HAVING DISPOSED OF MT ENTIBE STOCK
at No. 276 KING-slBEET to Mr. WABBEN KINS?
MAN, who win ountinue the business of Upnojlery
and Paper Hanging, at the same place, shove bia
confectionery sure, i moat resp otfuily solicit tor
him a continuation . f the public , atron.ge which has
been so liberally exten led to me i the ..bore busi?
ness. H. W. KINSMAN.
January 1 2
Wttftjcfi jlgpglrOj (tic.
X SUPJG&B MTWK OF VASE
GOLD IND SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
ALL WA??ANIED TO BUN AND THOR?
OUGHLY EEGULATED, AT TES LOW
PRICE OF $10 EACH.
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.?250 to tl000
100 Magic cased uold V7atahea. 200 to 0 60
100 La "rea' Watches, ?nam ell ed.100 to soo
200 (?oin Huaii'g Curonometer Watch's 260 to Sub
2oC Qold Bunting Enghsh Levers.20o to 26b
300 Gold Bunting Duplex Watches.... 160 to 20o
600 Gold Hun un g American Watches.. 100 to 26t
600 silver Hunting Levers. 6e to 160
50j ahver tl uutang Duplexes. 75 to 250
SU j indies' Uold Wa tones. 60 to 260
1000 Go;d Hunting Lepiaos. 00 to 75
luuu Miscellaneous Wetcues, ad kinds.. 00 to loo
25U0 a ii vcr Hunting Watches. 26 to 00
50)0 Assorted t>bver Wstehea. luto .70
The above stock will be disposed ot on the popular
one price plan, giving every patron a tine Gold or
solid silver Waten ior ?10, without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above may
nlnneut Stock. Oertcinstcs, naming the articles,are
piaooO is reeled envelopes, and wen mixed Holders
are entiled to the article named on their certificate
upon payment of Ten Dollars, whether it be a
Watch worth *10QG or one worth less, lbs return oi
any of? onr - certificate* entitles yon to the article
named thereon, upon pvyment, ir respect .ve of ita
W rta; sod as no .'article valued lees than S10 is
named on any certificate, lt will at once be seen
that this is no Lottery, but a straightforward le?
gitimate transaction, which may be participated in
even by the most tas?dioua I
A s in-le certificate will be sent by mail postpaid,
upon receipt of 26 cents, five for iL elevan for $2,
.hirty-turee and elegant premium for ?5, sixty-six
a JJ mora valuable premium for $10, ona hundred
and most auperb Watch for 915. To Attenta, or
taose wishing employment, this ts a rare apporta
unity. It is s legitimately conducted business, only
authorized by tho Government, and open to the mott
careful scrutiny, Try us. j /
Address WRIGHT, BEO. & CO,, /
Importers, No. 161 Broadway, >\ r
Octebsr 22 / \
/tont/y Declining Housekeeping. Alto, . on
Account of all Concerned, 400 .Bate* fltr
dines, Pigs' Tongues, Tobacco, ?c.~ T.
McKAT & CAMPBELL
WIUBoll THIS DAT, January 23, at their Auadon
Salesrooms, Ko. 136 Meeting-street, at U o'clock,
BEDSTEADS. MATT BES-Efl, Bur sans. Wish.
Brands, -ofas. Hair and Cane boat Chairs, Meat BoiM.
Pots. Pans, Crib. &o. January a
On Account of Consignees to Cover Advances,
One Superior Church Organ, Otu Seoen
octave Piano, of Baker Jr Raven's manufac?
ture; Two Very Fine Tuned Bfroctaoe Pia?
nos.. Also, Od Paintings, Seventy Steel En?
gravings, Mirrors.?/c.'; 100 Army Bridles, and
MABVTN & CO/8 SATES.
Mc*AY & CAMPBELL
WHlsell THIS DAT, ti commen?a (heir ?ak at 10
TwoofMARVIN * CO'S SAFE*, ont 8303 car/
four months ago. No reserve; mut bs lomored
One FINE BOC SWAY. . _ .
Terms cash._,, January 1
[FOtTFOKBD 0V ACCOtTHT 07 IBS WXAXBXZ.J -
Salt! Salt I Salt! for Account of th* Un?
derwriters and all concerned.
BY J..A. JEN8LUW & Cp.
THIS MORMN-Q, the 2d instant," at ll o'alack,
?ill be sold at the s tore < of G. XT. Clark it Cox,
southwest corner East Bay and Cumb rlan'i streets,
COO Bael s LIVE RPOuL SALT, damaged on voyage
of importation from New York,_January 2
Stx Horses on account of City of Charitsion.
BIT R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
TO-MORROW, 3d January, at 10? o'clock, will be
SIX HORSES, behoved to be sound.
January 2_- ?_
Furniture of a Family Declining Housekupwg,
BY SMITH & McGiLLlYfiAY,
Heal Estate Agents, ?O. 4? Broad-rtreet.
TO-MORROW, Sd of January, at ll o'olook, at tte
res id om-e No, 46 Pitt? treen next to. the ?oat he JA
corner of Calncuo-street, wUl be seid,
FT/BN i TUBE,
cois STIKO or: -.
OIL PATNTTNG8, Plcoire Framai. Brossais Oar
pet, bola, Settees, Fr nen and High Peat Bedstead*.
Mat ju sees, Pillow', Wardrobes, sideboards and Ta?
bles, chairs, Cooking Stoves, Ovens, ai d sundry
other articled._January a
BI MILLIGAN & SON.
wm be sold TO :do r BOW, 3d instant, at half-past 10
o'clock, at Nc 83 East Bay, opposite Bojo**s
CONTENTS OF A BASEBY ESTABIilSrlTtENT,
ooss.BTtvo or :
2 BRE*D CAR ia ANO t?*ENtSS. 1 BiscaU Ma?
chine, 1 Break, 18 baiera' Pans (new}. Saves, S
Peals, 4 Yeast iui>s, 1 Hop Pot, 3 Gouger Cutters, I
i roughs, 2 Be ches, 2 Buckets, 10 Cashions, e
Boar?i, l Larae BaPket, 2 Small Baskets. 1 Elna, 1
Desk, 8 Candy Jars, 4 Beams Wrapping Paper; Aa
Ai*o, . ti
1 TAI EB AN K'S PLATiO?M SCALE- INO lbs.
1 Cou lter Scale
1 Clock. . 1
Con Otiona cash. Articles to be remorad taunt*
dlatciy arter the sale._ January 1
L IV DEE DECREE IA Eli CIT Y.
Brown vs. Young.
Will be sold under the dir actio a of tba un d eraigaed,
at tbs old customhouse, in this city, on \ UEa - AT
the ilst day of January, at ll A. M.,
All that LOT OF LAND on the north sate of
Broad s reet, in this city, measuring in front. OB
oioadstr.et to von. y Uve (76j feet, Oj one hundred
and ufty (160; in depth, be the said mcasurtaitats
more or Uta. Hounueu ts tao so uta aa . ra? ,-atreet,
west on lana or T. saraga Ht y ward, north os land
now or late of W. B. 'i ?pm ian, and west calana Of
ii. C. Prcssley sud W. P. am nj er.
Terms-A sufficient amount in cash to pay the
ixaouut now du J cpon the bond to the complainant,
and tn? balance in one and two yean, cocured by
bond of the purchaser and mo tage of th*premises,
with interest nom d y ot sal.-, paywil* s&mi-ao
auJly. Purchaser to pay i or pup?? *ni* ~ Stamps.
Janaarya th2tnl Master la Equity.
UA'DKR DECREE lil fcilLlTY.
Lorentz vs. Monaghan, el al.
On THURSDAY, I8h January next, at ll o'olook.
wi j be sold a. th* o.d customhouse, ..
All that LOI' OF LAND, with th? BDiLDESaS
thereon, lue wa aa No. 10 ueaumtn-str*. t, m tau city,
ntoanuruiM in iront on said atieet ?sc taw, and in
d?Lth 102; boUuO.ng uortu on 1. - d of B. Mcrdacalj
east on Load of ea .ate of Calder; weat on Lsd of P.
Mor-n, and sou tn on Benia ain-streat.
1er m*-One-third cash; oalanv* tn one, Mo- and
thies years, wi.h interest semi-ananally, eecarea
ey Lona oi the purehaser ?nd araru.ge ot th* nrsm*
ises; the bunuings >o be insurer ?nu the pojtoy **?
signed. Purchaser to p.y Xor papers aaa ?ti m pfc
J. W. URAY,
December 27 fl th3 Master in equity.
UftDBU li EC KEE LS EQUITY.
Jiorlbeck vs. McManmon.
WUl be sold under th* direoaon of tb? undardjosd,
at the oid customhouse, on '?U?a?Ji>Y., tn* 7th
dy ox January, leae, ac ll A. M.,
iii that LOX OF LAND, with th* th>-ee-?tary Brick
Buiiuiagana Ouibaiiainga ihaieua, sLtuua ea th*
aurths.aeui'lraud-sueei, ustwsoa Matong anrtl'lng
at oe ia, la this u ty, meeaur.ng ia trwut 40 i?ot, aaa
in d*;<tn rOu leet, aiJio aries?.
'1 erma-one-tba? a ooah; bXhnoa rayabl? l? two
es.aa. aunua. in?u aient*, wita inurrtat rrom tn* day
oi *aie, psyab.e aunuaiy, secur?d by boad of tu*
purunuser una mortgage ut the premiar?; oullcUagS
te bs .a*ur?d aaa poney tatdgiimi. Parai-mr to w
xor papare and stamps. JA MEX XUPfttB,
Decaaioer 18 th3tul M?*U.r na Egtaty.
LSD UR DECREE IN EILCIT Y?
Ezort. Boyce ve. Armstrong, ?
W?1 be sold, uaaer the direction ol tb* undrMgn
ta, at tue ora cuatomuuuse, Qa lUabDAx", th*
7eu day ot January, ieee, ?. li A. M.,
A l Uiar, LOl un LaJili, tltuat* . a the north tld*
of Mar. ct- air ?o.-, in ie ia city, aaa known aa AO. 43,
mea.urtu,; in ir.nt oa a.a.kat-* rcet 20 test 0 luotMSV
cn? Some ua the beek nae, by 7W XIAX tu inanes la
uopth, more ur less; bouadiaj north p. rey oa Lot*
Nea .9 aaa 80 (?eto.e mg u> * ?'Ut oi tn? "Burnt Dis?
ri t," aurveyed by Be beat H. Paya , EiC,., in May,
1800, ano now ox record in the out ;a or ne, latte of
aiesne Conveyance lor tats Dis no ), east- by Lot No.
M ou i-. P.at, auw owned Dy .amos aam^zung,
south ey Mar.et-a reet, ana weat by . Lo. ci laad
.ow or a.e th. propany O. Dr. P. kt. Cohen.
Xerau--jue*ta ia c*?h; balance ia: on* and two
year?, secured by bo.a oi th* ? arxhaser ?aa mort?
B*g? at toe ?.reause , wita interest teem day oi sai*,
payable semi- annually, abe baiming tu b*1:*&rrd
-u pohoy ?c ai._y a. Jrurchater to pay ter paper*and
stamps. jAJaco TUrrxvia,
Deeemberl9 th3tul Master lUAquity,
'I'M Bi MLnAlJJ
IS PUBLISHED WEE ELI AT NiWBEERT O. H.,
at ?J per annum, and, having a lan/*, otrcu
-Joe through ali tue upper and lower Lucian of
me Staie, ?uocds ??reat advantages to adverhaera.
Bates tor aaverusing very rota^uable-iac walch
apply <o our Agent, Mr. IV P. bLlnttB, at th? Mills
uiioae. THOS. r. U B. rL CjnEM-Kr.B.
January 2_. Ea tors aaa Prop Wort.
TUE JaAAlCAS'TKU AiEDUBiXia j
CCNNCBe & CARTER, PaonaxxoM.
PUBLISHED i-VEB? WEona-nDAK MUrCiEW
at Lan caa ter c. H., 8. C. Havmg a larg? ?ab?
avT.ption usu u otters a favorable memnrn to Mac?
eba nts sad ah advertisers who desire to extend
their business ia the ar per Dla tricia of the etat*.
Batea if ad ?erasing ?bet L bpedntea copy of
papar root OD appuca?OD._ Angust SJ
IRE bCMLXEct .\EVV8,
DABB & OSIEInN, fropnetorc
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER,
. c. i. ?ubscnp?on ?4X0 par annum. Zo
crabs of lom r?.uu per annum.
A J 7-rr. berne-ts tania ve J on .i ber ai term*,
ne BM'-tJ .<_. _
~THIS TK1-W Jh bBLY ?LWS,
PUBLISHED IN WLNNSBOBO' C., AFFOBJWI
pro?uole medium tor th* adverdatag pub'
u o. Citarle? ton. - ^TT
We respecifoiiy solicit their patronne tor oar
SJ a . L uABD D-if-PO BTES A WILLI* Mt,
.?'CV-TT 'fr 1ft
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERT laHiQ MEDIUM
Merchants ?nd baronesa men try it '.ort to
montbt "No risk no gain." Scad on your o*^
and in ere an your trade this falL There's -Kg??
to ?qual Prmter s ink-it has mad* many *?JSem\
Terms tor the paper-S3 per aunnm. VUgE ?ex
Adverthuiments inserted at the ritts^n
?q u irv cf twelve lines or less tor each u^or ?io for
Cards of tea liaes or ie**, at tiny^ - ?
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Contracta by the year ar tor Jurabi*, tenn*.
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g^ed w?k?*l5t] denoailaiulnn hfi*** *.
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