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NEWS S ? M M A K Y.
-Gold closed yesterda: at New York at 133$.
-Cotton firmer and active-advanced i@hc;
sales 7000 bales at 16 j@17c.
-In Liverpool yesterday cotton closed active
and firmer with an advance of jd.; sales 20,000
-The Masonic Order is said to include many
of the Chinese in Australia.
-One of the Paris newspapers is paid 80,000
francs per annum by its financial editor for
the privileges and advantages of his position.
-A company has been formed at New York
to deliver flour to any family at an advance of
only one dollar per barrel on wholesale prices.
-It is stated that a movement has been set
on foot in New ?brk to raise, equip, and send
to Italy a regiment of the Papal Zouave corps.
-A Paris editor has been fined two hundred
dollars and imprisoned for saying that the
Princess Metternich belonged to the "demi?
-Mr. E. S. Chesbrough, the engineer who
had charge of the great lake tunn si at Chica?
go, has just received a Christmas present from
that city of $11,000 in wt.ter loan bonds.
-There is a rumor afloat of a movement to
place General Butler and Senator Wade in the
field as Radical candidates for President and
-Seven more men aie missing in Chicago.
Eleven citizens have thus far mysteriously dis?
appeared within the p.ist three weeks. Nice
-A French chemist h is recently been expe?
rimenting to find an fiasy and cheap way of
making wood incombustible. He reports chlo?
ride of lime to be the best agent for this.
It is true this will only protect the surface,
bnt it will prevent the llames from spreading.
-In accordance with the Emperor Napo?
leon's determination that the debates in the
Corps L?gislatif should be public a gallery to
hold twenty-four persons was opened fifteen
years ago, and all attempts to secure its en- :
largement have been met with steady refusal.
-The recentQrailway accident at Angola has
attracted public attention to the study of
means of prevention. In England the cars
are attached to each other by braces which are
so firmly screwed np that the train is almost I
one continuous car. It gives a very desirable
steadiness of motion, and is thought to pro?
-A H. Stephens iii now temporarily so?
journing with a friend io the vicinity of Balti?
more, having visited the North to superintend
the publication of a work he has written, upon
the causes of the late contest, the principles
involved, and the results of the war. It is un?
derstood that he declines the numerous in?
vitations to lecture in the North.
-An English Army Officer writes from Abys?
sinia, to bis friends at borne, that campaigning
in the dominions of Theodore is not pleasant.
The thermometer get? np to one hundred
regularly ; the soldiers in their tents are roused
hy hissing noises, find snakes under their beds,
and when the men put on their boots they find
scorpions already in occupation.
-In France, the Mayor of Dijon has recent?
ly officially notified the inhabitants that, by
the laws and decrees of the Empire, any per?
son giving credit to a soldier or non-commis?
sioned officer has no recourse in law for the
payment of the debt. This is in accordance
with the recently adopted plan of the French
Government to protect its soldiers as much as
possible from running in debt.
-The New Haven Register [has a dispatch
from New York which states tint Mr. A. T.
Stewart, of that city, has received a long let?
ter from General Grant, in reference to his
nomination for the Presidency by the late mass
meeting at Cooper Institute, New York. The
dispatch adds that General Grant accepts the
resolutions and authorizes the committee to
nae his name for t'.o Presidency.
-lu Cincinnati the poor are called upon to
swear as follows; "Do you solomoly swear
that your answers to the questions regarding
your application for coal, shall be tho truth,
the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, for
which yon shall answer to God? And that if
yon shall receive coal on this application you
will use it for your own family only, and will
not sell, trade, lend or give it to any other
-A private letter from a gentleman in Bos?
ton, who has conversed with the agents in
that city of Mr. Charles Dickens, #ays : " It is
not yet certain that Mr. Djokens will visit
Washington on his reading tour. He will be
occupied till the middle of January in New
York and this city. After that, he is going to
Philadelphia for a few nights. Whether he will
then go West, or pass on to Baltimore and
Washington is not determined.
-During the year 1867, 253,140 immigrants
arrived In New York, as compared with 243,418
in 1866*, an increase of 9731. As compared
with' last year, the immigration from Germany
bas increased 9572, while the Irish immigrants
have decreased 2720, and the English immi?
grants 1898. During the past year, the num?
ber of inunigrants that arrived from Ireland
was 56,372; from England 34,288, and from Ger?
many 116,288; the German immigration thus
being nearby one-half of th 3 whole.
-ANew York letter of'the 31st ult. says:
The dry goods dealers are inclined to take
hopeful views of the next spring trade. One
good sign, they say, is that at thi8 the dullest
season of the year, the [rices ot woollens,
which have heretofore been more depressed
than any other description of goods, show a
decided tendency to improvement. There is
also a tendency to make speculative purchases.
Print* baye reached a point which can hardly
admit of a further decline, and tho noxt
change, therefore, will probably bc upward.
-The English are groaning over an increase
of a penny in the pound in tho income tax
caused by the Abyssinian war. This makes
the aggregate five pence in the pound, equiva?
lent to a little over two per cent, income tax;
oura is five. Tho tax in England is imposed
on the average income for three years, and all
incomes on ?100 or $500 are exempt. With ua
tho exemption applies to all under $1000. But
our incomo tax is moro than twice as heavy as
thc English, to say nothing of the taxes on
manufactures and various articles of common
consumption, in which Uey are moro than four
times as high. The day for our exulting over
other nation? in the matter of light taxation
seems to have passed away.
SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY ?, 18C8.
Two disastrous years have taught the
Southern planter that he cannot live by col?
ton alone. The staple might be profitably
raised by slave labor, but it cannot be
raised by free labor to any advantage, unless
the freedmen are willing to accept small
wageB and work even harder than they did
before the war. It was never wise to de?
pend exclusively on cotton, or to neglect
the growth of cereals and the encourage?
ment of manufactures for the sake of the
most precarious of all crops. This is well
understood, and the next step is (c act upon
Our great need has always been diversity
of employments and of productions, and
this which was always necessary is now in?
dispensable. Every Southern man must
encourage Southern manufactures; and they
who cultivate land should have a vineyard,
and give a fair trial to wheat, sheep and
other departments of husbandry. This was
not done a century ago in the South, it was
not done ten years ago; but it must be done
now. Nor is capital indispensable. Com?
mand of means would admit of the building
of factories, mills and machine shops; but
every man has his head and his arms and
that is capital enough to begin with. The
email commencements are what is wanted;
and these, at least, every man can make.
Let him be careful and moderate in his ex?
periments, so as not to embarrass himself,
but look always to diversifying his products
and thus increasing his independence of
foreign markets. And, in the words of the
New York Tribune,-if any one shall be
induced to start a factory or foundry near
his estate, let him give that neighbor's pro?
duct a preference over any rival from the
North, and persuade his neighbors to do
The planters and agriculturists of the
South must "change front," and the sooner
The Doctrine of Allegiance.
The claims of Great Britain to the per?
petual allegiance of her subjects are now
discussed by the English journals in a mod?
erate and sensible manner. No regard is
paid to the declamatory appeals of the
American politician, but there is an evident
desire that the Governments of Washing!on
and St. James should come to a better un?
derstanding upon a vexed and troublesome
question. Among others, an able writer
who signs himself "Historicus" has taken
up the subjects ia a series of elaborate
essayB in the London "Times." Most per?
sons will be surprised to find from the ad?
missions of this writer, not only that the
allegiance of British born subjects is indis?
soluble, but that their children born abroad
are made by statute natural born subjects,
whilst, on the other hand, every man born
within the dominions of the British crown
is a British subject, whether the parents
are British subjects or aliens. "Histori?
cus," however, concedes that these maxims
had their origin in a system which is now
obsolete and that the political facts of the
present day are wholly irreconcilable with
the legal theory. These facts may not be
reoognized by the technicality of the law,
but an enlightened statesmanship must take
them into consideration. Emigration is a
phenomenon for which the feudal law made
no provisions, and "Historicus" therefore
makes the following suggestions for the
amendment of the allegiance acts, both
with respect to the acquisition of citizen?
ship and also aB to expatriation: "1. Bri?
tish citizenship should belong, as of course,
only to persons born of British parents
domiciled in the British dominions. 2. The
children born of foreigners in the British
dominions should, as ia France, have the
capacity to take up their citizen-hip. 3.
As to desoendants born abroad of English
parents, who are domiciled abroad, an elec?
tion should be given to become citizens, lo
be testified by certain prescribed formalities.
4. Every British subject should be allowed
to withdraw himself from the State by
some formal act disclaiming his citizenship.
5. Certain acts should be defined as consti?
tuting ia themselves a forfeiture of citizen?
ship, whether so disclaimed or not.'
The necessity of some such concessions
is too palpable to be gaiasaid, and, whether
England maltes them or not, they will pre?
vail in practice as far as the United States
The Latter Day Saints.
Mormonism must die; not more because
it is opposed to the tenets of Christianity,
than because its existence is incompatible
with those politic laws which are necessary
for the safety of nations and individuals.
As long as there exists a form of govern?
ment which allows its subjects to gratify
their passions under the cover of yielding
obedience to the inspired teachings of its
head, there will be found men willing to
forsake the cities of the East and tho fields
of the South, the factories of England and
the cottages of Ireland, for the purpose of
joining their .fortunes with those of the
"Saints" in Utah. Salt Lake City may be
strictly and sensibly ruied, there may be
reward for labor and security for wealth,
but, as long as polygamy is there com?
manded and practiced, the canker is spread?
ing which will bring to its end one of the
most marvellous social organizations of the
nineteenth'century. Recruits may be ob?
tained, population may increase; but, as is
already shown by the scajem arieing out o f
differences of belief upon (be subject of
polygamy itself, tho sect will in course of
time work out its own ruin. Polygamy is
the corner-stone of the Mormon temple,
and polygamy must be maintained. BEIG
HAM YOUNG and his apostles can make no
concessions upon this point, and upon this
their chief dogma they must make their
There is, hffwever, ono grtut danger.
Persecution will strengthen any party and
any creed, it excites an enthusiasm which
causes men to do what in their sober sea?
sons never would be done. This, persecu?
tion has done and will do for Mormonism.
The Saints were driven from Illinois, from
Missouri and from Ohio; but their number
increased as the taunts and shouts of their
enemies grew louder and more violent.
From a handful of fleeing men they have
grown into a community of more than
seventy-five thousand souls; and this, in a
great measure, is the result, of persecution.
And the. experienoe of the past is lesson
enough for the future. If tho Mormons
are left to themselves they will assuredly
fall away. Dissensions will arise, schisms
will increase, the axe will be laid to the
roofs of the tree of many branches. But
any attempt to dispossess them of their ter?
ritory, or to force them by blows and knocks
to renounce their faith, will add vigor to
their body politic and defer thc day of ils
ruin. Mormonism will not last many years
if left undisturbed; it may endure for do
cades if it is strengthened by active perse?
Many persons believe, nevertheless, that
thc United States should compel thc Mor?
mons to content themselves with one wife,
and that there is no hope for this poor land
while a single polygamist breathes. This
view may be adopted by Congress, and, if j
that honorable body is at loss how to act so
as to keep the law to the letter and
break it to the spirit, and how to make
certain the speedy downfall of the prosper?
ity, wealth and quiet of Utah, it is recom?
mended that Utah be converted into a Mili?
tary District under n series of Reconstruc?
tion acts, and that a few thousand Southern
negroes be sent there as cont rolling citizens.
If these things will not cause Mormonism
lo collapse, nothing will.
ELU, OE SPAIN FIFTY lrEAB8 AGO. Translated
from tho Spanish of Fenian Caballero. Con?
solation in Death. New York : D. Appleton
& Co. 18C8. Charleston : John Russell.
It is not often that translations of Span?
ish novels are published in this country,
and if the current literature of Spain is
marked by the quiet merits of the volume
now before us, the little publicity that has
been given to it on this continent, is much
to be regretted. Elia is ti lille of. the Spain
of fifty years ago, and a thoughtful, genial
description of Spanish life and manners.
It is overflowing with purity of thought and
simple beauty of expression, and, with the
shorter, tale called "Consolation in Death,"
which is bound up with it, is a work which
will interest the gravest, attract the gid?
diest, and fascinate thc attention of the
young. The translation is natural and
easy, and the translator has given in ex?
cellent English a faithful version of the
FOR SALK, A GOOD MILCH COW,
and CALF five days old. Apply to M.
CROCHAN, Rutledge-street, nour tho Race Ground.
January i 1*
FUR SALE, OM; ??-HORSK POVVKK
PORTABLE ENGINE AND BOILER, with Saw
and Grist Mill attached, all in good order, by
E. L. BARRE,
Jauuory 4 12 No. lil East Bav.
FUR ?ALK, THAT (Til KKK STUKIKS,
EAST TENEMENT HOUSE ou borth side Tradrt
street, known au No. !)8, aud LoL L t measuring
thirty (30) fort front and two hundred ami H. veuly
five (275) feet deep, more or lesa.
A VACANT LO V on north side Longitude Lane,
opposite ru trance to Cotton Press, measuring thirty
(30) feet frot t and forty-eight (48) fiet, moro or lc6S,
in depth. Apply at No. 25 HAYNE-STREET, or lo
Mr. G. W. DIN-GLE, No. ?l Broad-street.
December 21 s
TURPENTINE FARM.-THE FINELY
timbered TD UPENTINE FARM of the Estate
Ot J. H. McIntosh, together with Distillery*.
Houses, 4c, is offered for sale or rout. For further
information apply lo the undersigned, at Society
Bill, on the Choraw and Darlington Railroad.
January 3 C EDWARD MCINTOSH, Ex'r.
II>OU SALK. A VALUABLE I A K M OK
1 151 acres, uu tho south Carolinu Railroad, 12
miles from Charleston, lt is suitable for a cattle or
dalry form. It is in the vicinity ol' the bed of PIIOH
p h a te lime recently discovered on the Ashley River,
and would bo valuable to thal busiue?s as a Summer
resort for those who superintend lt. And being im?
mediately on tho ? railroad, would prove convenient
going to and from Charleston.
Apply to PERKVCLEAR & HALSEY,
West end Montague-street,
December 21 Imo Charleslou, 8, C.
TU PUBLISHERS AM) JOURNALISTS.
A largo amount of TYPIi and JOB MATERIAL
for salo, in lots to suit purchasers. Terms reason?
able, and cash. Also, o flue HAND PRESS, prtco $25u;
an Adams' Power Press, price $1900; and ii Card
Press, price $100. Apply to F. G. DzFONTAlNE,
Columbia, S. C. December 7
SKA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON
AND RICE PLANTATIONS, FARMS and CITY
[PROPERTY of all kinds for SALE and Li ?ASE by
CLIFFORD & MATU EWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 60 Broad street.
November 9 3mos
io?t uni) /mino.
LUST UN NKW YKAR'S DAV, A MA?
SONIC KEY STONE, marked "Wm. Cherry,
Zerubbable Chapter No. ll, R. A. M., Charleston, S.
C." Five dollars reward will bu paid for the recove?
ry of the same, if left.at W. J. TRIM'S, Nu. 80 MAR?
KET-STREET. 2* Januory 4
LUST, UNTHK SUTH ULT., A LIVER
COLORED POINTER SLUT, for the recovery
of which a liberal reword will be paid. Address X,
office of the Daily News.
January 3 VI*
LUST, UN TUE CARS BETWEEN
Kingsville end this city, a RED RUSSIA LEA?
THER PORTMONNALE, containing $25 in money
and a free ticket on thc road in thc name ot Miss
Hoffman. Any one finding the same will be suitably
rewarded by leaving it at THIS OFFICE.
THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH TIS IN BUSINESS
Mr. J. H. PIEPER.
HENRY BISCHOFF A; CO.
Charleston, January 1, 18i:S.
Jauuary 2 ' 3
NOTICE OK DISSOLUTION.
THE COPAR'INERSHIP EXISTING IN THIS
CITY, nuder tho firm of BONAFONT * SALAS,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent The name
of the firm will he used only in liquidation by either
partuer or Mr. lt. SALAS. Attorney.
December 31sl, 1807. F. P. SALAS.
January 1 10
DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF LEE & CO., TER?
MINATES THIS DAY, by its own limitation,
HUTSON LEE will continue the business and ar?
range thc affairs of the linn.
January 1 4 _A. M. LEE.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST?
ING uuder the name of DAWSON A: BLACK?
MAN, i H thia day dissolved by limitutiou, Either
partner will be found at thc store to alan in liquida?
tion. JOS. DAWSON,
JOS. BLACKMAN. I
January 1st, leos. January 1 j
WANTEO, A COOK, AND ALSO A
HOUSE SERVANT. Apply at No. 12 CHAR?
LOTTE-STREET. January 4
WAN TED, A GIRL CAPABLE OF
doing goncral housework, and can como
well recommended. Apply at No. 28 PINCRNEY
STHEfcT. A Germanprolerrcd.
December 4 2*
WANTED, A SITUATION AS FORE?
MAN or Overseer on a plantation. Referen?
ces as to character and competency furnished.
Address, stating locality and compensation, L. B.,
News Office._January 3
W~ ANTED, A PARTNER. WHO HAS
some cash capital, hy a party who is doing a
good and safe business. Address, stating name and
amount of cash fur investment, F. S., office of the
Daily News. _January 2
WAXTEJLVBY ANEXPERIENCED AC?
COUNTANT and good Penman, any employ?
ment that would occupy his attention for a few hours
daily. Address SCRIBE, City Postofflco.
AG LO N Ti WANTED FOR THE LIFE
and Campaigns of Gem Robert E. Lee, tte
Htiiudard biocraphy of the Great Chieftain. Its offi?
cial character and ready sale, combined with an in?
creased commission, make ic the host subscription
book ever published. Send for circulars and ere
our terms, and a full description of the work. Ad?
dress, National Publishing Company, Atlanta, Ga.
WANTED TO RENT, WITHIN FIVE
or eight minutes walk of the Postofflce,
in a pleasant neighborhood, either a small HOUSE
or four or five RUOMM in a largo ono, with a sepa?
rate apartment for a Kitchen, ltent not to be more
than 5350 or $100. Address "F. O.," care L. Chap?n
i Co.. Hoyne-sUvet_December 14
-lOK/ ?/"l To S3000 PER YEAR.-AN
\$)?0\J\J AOENT is wanted in every town m
the Union to malee and sell an article of daily con?
sumption in every family. It is entirely now. Sale
os permanent as Flour. Address LOUIS COB
LENTZ, Middleton, Md. Imo December 20
AGENTS WASTED FOR THE ? LIFE
OF JEFFERSON DAVIS," by Frank H. Al
trlend, of Richmond, formerly editor of tho South
em Literary Mossenger. This is a full and authen?
tic history of tho Lifo and Public Services of thc
great Southern leador. Mr. Altriend has cuj oyed un?
usual advantages in thc preparation of this work, as
will he apparent to all on examination. Send for
specimen pages and circulars, with terms. Address
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Atlanta, Ga.
WANTED-AN AGENT-ONE CHANCE
lu each town, worthy the attention ot an
active business man, to take the agency for the salo
ot BRAD.VIREEI'S RUBBER MOULDING AND
WEATHER STRIPS, applied to the sidos, bottom,
top, and contre of doora and windows. Send for
J. R. BRADSTREET ii CO.,
November 27 2mos Boston, Mass.
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
to sell the MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM.
Sample dC7., terms, show cards, etc, Bent on receipt
of $2. D. CUMMINGS k CO.,
No. 42 South Market street, Boston.
November 25 3mos
FOR RENT, THE RESIDENCE NO. 4
Doughty-street; a very desirable one for a
moderate Blze family. Apply at No. 143 MEElING
STREET. 3 . January 4
TO RENT, A SMALL BRICK HOUSE,
No. 4 RADCLLFFE-BTREET, containing five
rooms, suitablo for a small family. Daquire at No. C
RADCLLFFE-STKEET. 3 _ January 4
VALUABLE VEGETABLE F AHM,
nineteen miles from Charleston, on the State
Road, one and a half miles from Mt. Holly on tho
Northeastern Railroad, containing 250 acree cleared
new land, flt for long or short cotton, rice, and vege?
tables for au carly market; oil under new and sub?
stantial fences; also, a large pasture tor raising
stock, under good substantial fences.
For terms, apply at C. P. POPPENHEIM'S Hard?
ware Store, No. 417 King-street. ?
January- 4 stuth3
TO RENT, THOSE WKLL-K N OWN
PLANTATIONS, "lances" and "Oak Grove,"
situated lu St Andrew's Parish, about five miles
from the city, on the Old Rivers' Road-containing
between two and throe hundred acres of cleared
cotton and provision land, well adapted to thc pro?
duction of each. On the latter place aro a very good
small dwelling, an excellent spacious barn, cotton
and gin house, with machinery attached; also, a su?
perior orchard of choice and various fruits. Posses?
sion givon immediately. Apply at this office.
January 4 stu4
TO RENT, THE HOUSE NO.G WHARF
STREET, having six good rooms, double piazza,
kitchen in basement, cistern, &c" etc. Rent $35 per
mcnth. Apply at EAST POINT MILL.
December au mws3* W. .fe J. ROBB.
TO RENT, A LARGE ANO COMMODI?
OUS RESIDENCE, No. 4G Pitt-street, next to
thu southeast comer of Culhoun-street. Apply to
SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY, Real Estate Agents, No.
27 Brood-street stu th December 23
TO RENT, PART OF A HOUSE, CON?
SISTING of four rooms, kitchen, pantry, and
servants' rooms, pleasantly situated. Rent low.
Apply at southeast comer of WENTWORTH AND
GADSDEN STREETS. 2* January jj
IBURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT.-THE
? THREE STORY BRICK HOUSE, No. 33 Hasel
street, nowly painted both within and without and
newly and finely furnished throughout, will be Vent?
ed for tho next year at u reasonable rent to a satis?
factory porty. Apply by lotter to E. BATES, No. 124
Meeting-street C December 31
MHO~RENT, THE ?"?WATERLOO" FLAN
X TAITON, situated on John's Island, immedi?
ately on the Steno River. It contains 4U0 acros first
quality cotton laud, 2U0 acres primo provision land,
and about 3U0 acres woodland, 14 negro houses,
overseer's house, 2 cotton Louses, barn, and gin
houso, all in good order. For tenus, Sic, apply to
It. C. MCFADDEN, Sumter, S. C., ISAAC W. GRIM
BALL, John's Island, or to JAMES M. CALDWELL
A: SON, Charleston, S. C. December 21
I?SOR REN?\ "PART "O?FA~.D?L?GI?T
! FULLY SITUATED MANSION, lu the south?
western portion ol thc city, consisting of a suite of
throe or four spacious rooms on the first floor, with
kitchen aud servants' apartments. Terms mode?
rate Address "A," Daily News Office,
< pu a rb i iii).
13 RIV ATE BOA KD.-TO LET A FUR
. NISHED ROOM, with the use of a porter, with
or without board, in a pr?valo family, where there
are no other boarders. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
KEM? VA L-BO ARDI N G.-MRS '. A
TRACY having removed her Boarding Estab?
lishment from Nu. r.U Church-street to No. 79 BROAD
STREET, ii, now prepated to furnish Boord to a I II
ited number of Ladies and Gentlemen. Terms mod?
erate. December 14
'iJOAKD WANTED.-A PRIVAT- FA
JL) M1LY, willing to board another foniily, consist?
ing of husbond, wile, young lady, two children and
nurse, on reasonable ternis, will please address or
call on LEONARD CHAPIN, No. 20 Hnyue-strect, and
state terms and locality. Three or four rooms re?
quired. _December 14
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT B O A R D
can be obtained, at reasonable rates, by apply?
ing at No. 434 KING STREET, ono door above Hud?
son street, near tho Citadel. The Street Cars pass
tho door every ten minutes. 3mo Ootober 7
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKMN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of tho Digestivo Organs and tho Livor. For
sale by all Druggists.
ON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, au unfailing remedy for all Dis
eases of the Digestivo Organs and tho Liver For
sale by all Druggists.
D~~? N'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELE BR A
TED SOUTHERN TONTO, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of tho Digestive Organs and the Liver For
solo hy all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, tn uufailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver For
sale hy all Druggistii.
D' ON'T FALL TO TRY THJO CELEBRA^
TED SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases ot the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
* TO TRY THE CELEBRA
4-r.r?plSITHEBK T0NIC- PANKNIN'S HE
PAI IC BITTERS, au unfailing remedy for all Dis
casos ol the Digestivo Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
D?%*3&> TO TRY THE CELEBRA
ATIC BlVrTHEnN^'i?NIC' PANKMN'S HS
lAiic SHIERS, au untaihug remedy for all Dis
of "'o Digestivo Organs and tho Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
ATIC Bm'F?^HER?L'l;i?NIC' PANKNIN'S HE
FA1IC BITIERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA^
VTI?^ PIT?TIIEnN T0NIC- PANKNIN'S HE.
r.\iiLLUTERs, an unfailing remedy for all Dis
Organs and Unlive,, For
D??rT^?? TO TRY.THE CELEBRA
>ATTP IUT?lHEKN lONIC< PANKNIN'S HE
:V ,ft, ?Rs' an iraMHng remedy forall Dis
, ? nMZM*9* 0r&aa au<l the Liver. For
sale ny all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY TTIE CEIVEBRI?
.I.M V IJSPTT T?NIC. PANKNIN'S HE?
PA 1IC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs nud tho Liver. For
sale by all Druggists. lyr November 27 I
CHARLESTON TYPOGRAPHICAL SO?
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
Society, will be held at their Hall. This Evening,
at 7 o'clock. Important business will be transacted.
By order of President
january 4 1
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA?
rfUTE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
J. Association will be held al the Rooms, King
street. This (Saturday) Evening, at 7 o'slock. A Jorge
attendance is requested.
W. W. PEMBERTON,
January* 1 Record! 3g Secretary.
SCHILLER LOGE, No. 30, U. O. S. B.
ETNE EXTRA VERSAMMLUNG DIESER LOGE
wird stattfinden om Sontag Ntchmittag drei
Uhr, Jan. 5ten zur Besorgung der gew?hnlichen Ge?
Etoo ?ffentliche Einweihung der orwahlten Offl
cicre wird stattfinden morgen Sontag 7 Uhr Abends,
wozu unsere 6ehwestcr Logen so wio das Publikum
und besonders die Damen freundlichst eingeladen
Die Mitglieder sind ersucht sich zahlreich und
Auf Befehl. W. O. M.
January 1 +1 Record ng Secretary.
ALERT B. B. CLUB.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
heldat7>i o'clock This Evening, at Victoria
Hotel, King-street. By order.
J. D. KAVANAGH,
I. O.O. F.-K. W. GUAMO LODGE OF
THE OFFICERS AND ME UBERS OF THIS
GRAND LODGE arc invited to meet the M. W.
Grand Master, for the purpose of installing thc
Officers of tho Subordinate Lodges, on the following
Evenings, to wit : This Evening, 2 1 inst., Howard
Lodge, No. 3; Friday, 3d, Marion Lodge, No. 2; Sun?
day, 5th, Schiller Lodge, No. 30; Tuesday, Ut. Jef
1 creon Lodge, No. 4; and Wednesday, 8th, South Car?
olina Lodge, No. 1.
By order of the M. W. G. M.
JNO. H. HONOUR, Jr., M. D.,
December 31 tuthfBtuS Gruid Secretary.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
rriHE ANNUAL MEETING OF TH>: STOCKHOLD
J. ERS of tho Savannah and Chirleston Railroad
Company will convene in Charlee too, S. C., on the
second Wednesday in January, 1868. being the 8th
day of the month, at 12 M.
A statement ot tts affairs will bo r J habited, and an
election will take place for a Board of Directors to
serve the cnMiIng year.
Place of meeting, tho Hall of tl e Planters' and
Mechanics' Bank, East Bay.
A Committee to verify proxies will meet at 10 A. M.
The Transfer Books will be closed on tbs 24th inst.
Attention is hereby called to an oxtract from the
"No Stockholder who has not paid all tho assess?
ments on bis stock ?hull be entitled t* transfer the
same, or receive dividends upon ll, or vote at the
meetings of the Company."
S. W. FISHER, Secretary.
jOSpSavannah Republican and News and Herald
will copy, and send bills to the office of the Savannah
aud Charleston Railroad Company.
December 18 wa7
LENGNICK k SELL, WHOLES ALE DEALERS
in MILLINERY, Straw and Fancy Goods, have
removed to No. 27 HAYNE-STREET.
January 2 tbstu3
rE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO ANNOUNCE TO
his patrons and the trade generally that he hus
removed his stock of Boots, Shoes ind Trunks from
No. 141 MEETING-STREET to that spacious Ware?
house No. 20 HAxNE-STBEET (sign of the Big
Boot), where he will be happy to groot his customers
as usual. EDWARD DALY, Agent.
THE ACADEMY OF THE LAD .ES OF MERCY
will resume the exercises of tba School on Tues?
day, 7th instant. 3* January 4
ENGLISH, FRENCH, CLASSICAL AND
No. 30 BULL-STREET.
THE EXERCISES OF THE SUBSCRIBERS
SCHOOL will be resumod (D. V.) Monday, 6th
January. As there ar? a few vacancies, application
should be made at ones.
January 1 ws2 W. H. TARRANT, M. D.
HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON.
THE EXERCISES OF THIS SCHOOL WILL BE
RESUMED on Monday, January Cth.
Instruction given in Latin, Gr ok, Freneb, Ger?
man, Mathematics, and the higher branches of Eng?
Terms of Tuition, $10 per quarter, payable in ad?
No extra chorgo for French, Gentian or Stationery.
W. R KINGMAN,
December 30 7 Principal.
CLASSICAL, MATHEMATICAL, ENG?
LISH AND FRENCH SCHOOL,
No. 82 WENTWORTH-STREET.
THE FULL COURSE OF STUDY HH THIS SCHOOL
will be comprehensive, and is Intended lo occu?
py six years. Pupds commencing at the ago of ten,
or, li older and prepared, Joining in advanced class,
and cot diming tyitil sixteen, will be fitted to enter
advantageously any of our Colleges or Universities.
Thone who may wish to dispense with the Classics,
will be instructed in the higher bruches of English,
Natural Sciences, and Mathematien. French will be
u common study, in both departments, and will con?
tinuo from tho beginning to the end ot the Course.
The Exorcises of thia institutdoc will be resumed
on Thursday, January 2d, when a c loss of beginners
in Latin will be formed.
A few Boys will bo received an boarders in the
family. HEN KV H. BRUNS,
December 28 7 Principal.
NIGHT SCHOOL t NIGHT SCHOOL I
ANSON-8T., NEARLY OPPOSITE LAURENS-ST.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'clook P. M.
Terms-$'2 per mouth in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
J L. HONOUR,
AUCTIONEER AND INSURANCE AOENT,
No. 8 BROAD-STREET.
INSURANCE ON HOUSES, STOCKS, F?RNI
TUBE, lee? kc, taken in first-class SOUTHERN
Insurance Companies. Although the Companies
represented in this Agency do ne t put out FABU?
LOUS CAPITALS ON PAFIkB, tbey will bo found
STRONGER in comparison TO MARKET VALUE
OF THEIR CAPITAL AND THE AMOUNT AT RISK,
than tho largest capital represented in tho City of
Charleston. J. L. HONOUR,
INSURANCE AGENT, Nc. 8 B-oad-street.
December 17 imo
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE No. 59 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
December 23 Imo
JMRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
S. Y. TUPPER, A CENT.
IN PLANTERS k MECHANICS' BANK BUILDING,
PHONIX INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus.$1,700,000
SECURITY INSURANCE OOMPANV, NEW YORK.
Capital and Surplus.$1,600,000
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW
Capital and Surplus.$1,400,000
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW
Capital and Surplus.$1,000,000
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, NEW
Capital and Surplus.$750,000
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY, CINCIN?
Security by Slate low.$2,000,000
CENTRAL CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, SELMA,
WIDOWS' AND ORPHANS' BENEFIT LIFE IN?
SURANCE COMPANY, NEW YORK.
ASSETS-NINA MILLION DOLLARS.
Risks takou in the above RFXIABI.E companies, and
losses promptly paid in Chorlostot, 8. C., by
January i S. Y. TUPPER.
THE SUMTER N13WS,
DARR & OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER,
S. O. Subscription $4.00 per annum. To
Clubs of four $3.00 per annum.
Advertisements Inserted on liberal terms.
j^USSKLlVS BOOK STOR?)
No. 285 BONG-STREET.
WEEKLY LIST OF NEW WORKS AND NEW
BISHOP GREGG'S OLD CHERAWS. A History
of the Old Cberaws, containing an account of the
Aborigines of the Pee Dee, the first White Settle?
ments, their subs?quent progress, civil changes, the
struggle of the Revolution, ?c., extending from
about 1730 to 1810, with notices of families and
sketches of individ?ala. By Right Rev. Alexander
Gregg, D. D., Bishop of Texas. 1 vol., 8vo. $3.
DANTE-the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri.
Translated by Henry Wordsworth Longlellow. 3
vols., imperial 8vo. SIS.
THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF GOD
DURING THE PEBIOD OF REVELATION. By Bev
Charles Colcock Jones, D. D.
ON BOTH SIDES OF THE SEA-A Story of the
Commonwealth and the Restoration. A sequel to
the Draytons and the Devenants. By the author of
the Schonberg-Ootta Family. 1 voL $1 78.
ORIGIN, RISE AND PROGRESS OF MORMON?
ISM. Biography of its Founder and History of its
Church. Personal Remembrances and Historical
Collections hitherto Unwritten. By Pomeroy Tucker,
Palmyra, N. Y., with some rope liant Pictures and
Portraits, which aro quite good enough for their
LANGUAGE AND THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE
Twelve Lectures on the principles of Linguistic Sci?
ence. By William Dwight Whitney, Professor of
Sanscrit, and Instructor in Modern Languages in
Yale College. 1 vol. $2 60.
STUDIES IN ENGLISH; or Glimpses of the inner
lifo of our Language. By M. Scheie de Vere, LL.D.,
Professor of Modern Language in the University of
Virginia. 1 voL $2 60.
STEINMETZ-SUNSHINE AND 8HOWEBS; Their
Influe D cos throughout Creadon; a Compendium of
Popular Meteorology. By Andrew Steinmltz. 1 vol.
PALGRAVE-ESSAYS ON ABT. By Franois Tur?
ner Palgrave. I vol. $1 76.
CALIFORNIA; Tho Romance of the Age, or the
Discovery of Gold in California. By Edward 8. Dun?
bar. 1 vol. $1 26.
MECBLT-H JW TO FARM PBOFITABLY; or the
Sayings and doings of Mr. Alderman Meehi, with Il?
lustrations. 1 vol. $2 60.
SMILES-THE HUGUENOTS, their Settlements,
Churches and Industries in England and Ireland.
By Samuel Smiles, author of Self-Help. 1 vol. $175.
LESSING'S NATHAN THE WISE. Translated by
Miss Ellen Frothingham. SI 76.
SELECTIONS FROM THE KALEVALA. tho great
Finnish Eplo. Translated by the late Prof. John A.
Porter, of Yale College. SI 60.
GOETHE'S FAUST. Translated by John Anster,
LL.D. SI 25.
UNDINE, SINTBAM, AS LAUG A'S KNIGHT, TWO
CAPTAINS. By De La Motto Fouque. 1 vol. SI 25.
DR. WILMER'S LOVE; A Novel. By Margaret
LOVE IN LETTERS; a Curious and Fascinating
CORRY O'L ANUS; Comic Epis ties, with Illustra?
tions. SI 60.
WOMAN'3 STRATEGY; a capital new English
Novel. SI 60.
A BOOE ABOUT LAWYERS ; the celebrated En?
glish work. $2.
MAOEEY'S CRYPTIC MASONRY; a Manual of
the Council. By A. G. Macksy, M. D. 1 voL $2.
MACEEY'S MASONIC RITUALIST. By A. G.
Mackey. M. D. Fully Illustrated, 32mo., cloth, gilt,
SI 25; tucks, gilt edges, SI 00.
BT. MICHAEL'S CLOCK.
OFFICE CLERE OF COUNCIL, )
December 18,1867. I
ESTIMATES FOR REPAIRING, CLEANING ANT
PUTTING TN ORDER ST. MICHAEL'S CLOCE.
will be ?voelved at this Office until Monday, 12th in ?
stant, at 12 o'clock.
The Clock can be examined by applying at thi
Main Guardhouse for the key of the Church.
Separate estimates for arranging the ST RIK IN G
APPARATUS u ill be received' at the same time.
By order. W. H. SMITH,
January 4_Clerk of Connell.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURER, I
CHARLESTON, 8. C., 3d January, 1868. J
HOLD EBB OF COUPONS OF THE FISC LOAN
BONDS of the City or Charleston, are nod
ned that thone due on the 1st instant will be paid or
presentation at thu First National Bank in this city.
H. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, \
January 3, 1868. j
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
undorthe following Ordinance licenses have
been prepared for delivery from this office.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
SEC. 1. Be il Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen
in City Council assembled, That from and after thu
first duy of January, licensos shall be taken out fa ?
ull carte, drays and wagons, used for private and do?
mestic purposes, in the same manner, and according
to Ute same provisions now of foree in relation to
carts, drays-and wagons, let or driven for hire, ex
enpt giving bonds. And each such cart, dray o .
wagon, shall be provided with a badge containing
the number thereof, and marked Private, to tx?
placed on the outside of the shaft.
SEO. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasure.:
as surety for any bond under the Ordinance con?
cerning lioenpoB for carts, drays, wagons and othe -
carriages, unless ho or she be a freeholder.
SEO. 3. The following shall hereafter be the rates
for licenses for public and private carts, draft,
wagons, kc, including tho horses or mules used
thereof, which shell be free from other taxation.
PUBLIC CABTS, DRAYS, ETC., OB THOSE KM PLOYED 11
AMT BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB HIEB DIBECT OB I? -
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse
or mule, $20.
^For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two
borsexor mules, $U0.
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 omni?
bus) with two horsee, $50.
For every stage or omnibus (except lino omni?
bus) drawn by four horses, SCO.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or
For every express wagon drawn by two or more
horses or mules, $C0.
BREAD CABTS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DRATS, EIC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $5.
For overy curt, dray or wagou, used for privi?e
or domestic purposes, and not to be employed in
thu transporting of goods, wares, merchandise,
lumber, or ai.y ether commodity, for compensa?
tion, either directly or indirectly for the same, shall
pay for a license the sum of tb, exclusive of the
horse or mule.
Ratified in City Counoll, this 16th day of Jae i
(L. a] nary, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor,
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, )
CITY HALL, January 1, 1868. j
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL OOH
_i> CEBNED that tho Monthly Returns for the
month of December past (1867), in compliance with
the Tax Ordinance, ratified on the 28th day of De?
cember, I860, must bu mode on or before the 151 b
instant W. N. HUGHES.
January 1 13 City Assessor.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHARLESTON, November 26, 1807. )
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST
OCTOBER lost. Thoeo who failed to roney
at that time are not considered as having a Licensu,
and consequently are no Auctioneers.
W. H. SMITH,
November 27 _ Clerk of Council.
TO JUNK-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLURE OF COUNCIL, 1
DECEMBER 2, 1867. j
THE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOW?
ING persons have expired. They aro hereby
notified to apply at this Office immediately and ni
new tho samo :
PHLL1P RILEY, Warren and St, Philip-streets.
M. REYNOLDS, No. 5 Bedou's Alloy.
MARY BURKE, No. 72 Calhoun-street
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Waahlngton-BtreeL
JAMES WALLACE, No. 05 Spring-street.
JOHN LEAHY, No. 214 Coming-street.
MARY HAFFERTY, Columbus and Hanover-sts.
MARY CAMPBELL, President and Cannon-sts.
P. MANION, No. 67 State-street.
JOHN HENNY, No. 46 Queen-street.
JAME? BARRY, No. 10 Whari-street,
D. CONROY, No. 32 St. Philip-street.
P. DORAN. No. 10 Exchange-street.
P. PLNKUSSOHN, No. 63 East Bay.
W. H. SMITH,
December 3 _Clerk of Council.
TO PnOVIDE FOB THE LIQUIDATION OF THE IN TE I ?
EST ON THE SERT OF TUE CITY, WHICH ACCEDE )
ON TUE THIRTIETH DAY OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOB AND
ALDERMEN in City Council assembled, Thtt
for the purposo of liquidating the interest on tb ?
public debt ol the city, which accrued on the thirt
cth day of September lost, six per cent, stock, obli .
gatory on thc corporation of the City of Charleston,
shall be if med under the direction of the Mayor, to
the persone holding stocks or six per'cent, bonds of
the city, and entitled to receive the interest ac?
crued tn creon at the time above stated, the said
stockte bear interest alter the rate of six percent,
pur annum, payabla quarterly, redeemable in thirt;-.
years rroin date: Provided, That no part of sahl
stock MUall be issued for any sum less than twenty
dollars, or for any iracnonal part or a dollar: Pro?
vided, also, that ail sums for less than twenty dol?
lars, and for fractional parts ol a dollar, shall be
patd in city buls.
SEC. 2. That tho fr rm of certificate, and mods
of transfer of said stock shall be subject to the same
regulations as now exist m i elation to other city si::
per oent. srocks of the city.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second day ct
October, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-seven.
[L.S.J P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H, Saara, Clerk of ?oun?il October 2S
(tarries an* ?mthmous.
SEED POTATOES, SALT, &c.
O A A BBLS. PTVK EYE POTATOES
?UU 200?ack8 sf*
10 hada. Molasses
26 bags Bio Coffee
SO bois. Mess Pork.
For sale low to close consignment
JOHN M. THOMP80N,
January 4_^3_No. 112 East Bay.
HHDS. 8TRICTLY PBIME WESTERN
10 bids. Strictly Primo Rib Sides
80 hhds. Strictly Primo Clear Rib Sides.
40 bbls. heavy MESS PORK.
For sale low by HENRY COBIA A CO.
Jannary 2 _thstoS
ftEInnrE?NTlU?IDBED (1700> SkOES LIVER
O POOL SALT, just received per EjeHestad, for
Mle by B. T. WALKER,
Jannary 3_Boyce b Co.'s Wharf.
CORN AND BACON.
1AAA BUSHELS WHITE MILLING CORN
JA/V/U 10 hhds. prime Clear 8ides.
For sale by B. M. BUTLER,
Januarys_2_North Atlantic Wharf.
A AAA BUSHELS PRIME N. O. . COBN,
rk\J\J\J per schooner "Prince George."
For sale low by J. w. 8 PE A GUE b BROS.,
Jannary 3 2 No. 2 North Atlantic Wharf.
HAT AFLOAT !
*7Cid BALE3 BRIME NOBTH RIVER HAY,
j Uv cargo Schooner Jennie A. Shepard.
For sale by, JHO. CAMPSEN A CO.,
No. 14 Market, opposite State-street.
Jannary 3 2
LITERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
OfCrafl SACES LIVERPOOL SALT JUST
?lOVJKJ received per "Ejellestadt"
For sale by ROBERT MURE A CO.,
Jannary 1_6__Boyce's Wharf.
WOOD, LUMBER, &c.
BEST QUALITY OAE, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD,
by boat load or at retail, as weD as ASSORT?
MENT OF LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES, Ac.
For sale low, at foot Beaafain-street.
STETNMEYER b SON.
December 17 tu tbs
BALE ROPE, BAGGING AND
FOB SAXE IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS,
by the Manufacturer H. CLUCDS,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
September 24 4mo '
Sf gars, Cobacro, fir.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS DAY ESTAR. ?.
_L LISHED himself at No. 118 East Bay-street, as .
Agent for the Charleston branch of the Havana Segar
Factory "Ls Valentina," and he will, as such, devote
himself exclusively to the manufacturing and im?
porting crt the most celebrated brands of HAVANA
StGARS and the finest Havana Leaf (wrappers and
fillers) and SMOKING TOBACCO, the stock of which
will constantly consist of :
PAFEB CIGARETTES, "LA HOUBADEZ"
Millar Conran J. P.
Millar Conran, Bio Hondo
Londres de corte, "La Valentina"
Londres de corte, Figaro
Londres Ano flor, Jenny Lind
Flor de Prensados, Figaro
Flor de Prensados, La Espanola
Conchas Y. Zepeda
Conchas sup'r. La Valentina
Conchas flor, Jenny Lind
Londres Y. Zepeda
Londres superior, La Valentina
Londres primera, H. Upmann
Londres nor, H. Upmann
Londres superior, do Partagas y Ca.
Londres flor, de Partages y Ca.
Londres superior, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
Londres flor, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
B re vi tas flor, H. Upmann
Media Regalia, Y. Zepeda
Media Regalia, La Valentina
Brevas flor, H. Upmann
Brevas flor, H. Cabanas y Carbajal
Brevas, La Espanola
Brit?nica Cilindrados, La Espanola
Regalltss flor, H. Upmann
Regalia Brit?nica, La Valentina
Regalia Brit?nica, H. de Cabanas y Carbajal
Cazadores de Calidad, H. Upmann
Havana Leaf Tobacco. -'.?
DOMESTIC 8 EG A RS of all kinds
Smoking Tobacco of all kinds
Chewing Tobacco of all kinds.
Dealers and consumers of Charleston, and through?
out the country, are invited to call and examine this
large and well selected stock, surpassed by few at '
the North and second to none in the South, East or
West. . RAMON SALAS. Agent
N. B. All orders promptly attended to.
January 1 * 10
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
C. A. MILLER.Cashier.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PBOPBtETOB OF THE
GREEN VELO Jv, S. C.
T, JAMES HOTEL,
PBOPBLEJ ona :
WM. A. HUED.Of New Orleans.
W. F. COREERY...Of Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hotel.
PBOPBIETOE OF THE
S PART AN B C BG, S.O.
JjU H.MTUHE, FURNITURE.
READ FOB YOUR INTEREST.
SAVE YOUS MONEY UNTIL YOU BEACH THE
southwest corner of Meeting and Wentworth-ntroeta,
where B. WHITE will sell you Just such FOR.
NITURE as you want, from a CRADLE to s
CHAMBER or PARLOR SET, at prices that have
pleased many others, are pleasing every day, and so
they will you. . . ,
Everything warranted as represented.
Hair Cloth, and Varnish cheap to the trade.
Don't be kept away, and don't leave If others ara
before you; you will get your turn.
It . WHITE'S
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
MEETING AND WENTWORTH STREETS.
.J^ROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND BET ALL DEALERS IN AND
F U R N .1 T U R E,
Of every Tariety.
No. 73 BOWERY, NEAi? OANAL-Sl'BEET,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS:
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
AU doods purchased of our House guaranteed a?
B. W. FBOflT. ?AMX8 BtiOK. GEO. SNYDER.
October 24 * Smos '
DIE CHARLESTONER ZEITUNG.
JOHN A. WAGESEB, EDITO a.
UM DEB THE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDER?
SIGNED prc pose to publish a German Weekly
Paper, to be the organ of the German population,
and devoted to the interests of this State, in encour?
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news of the day wiU be given.
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ed to Kidertake the editorial management for tha
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