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-Gold olosed in New York yesterday at 39|.
-In New York, yesterday, Cotton waa firmer
and less active ; sales 2800 bales, at 17al74c
-Liverpool quotations of yesterday evening
give Cotton easier ; Middling 7jd. on the spot];
lid. to arrive ; sales 12,000 bales.
-In an Illinois libel snit, where *20,000 were
olaimed, the jory returned $1.
-Eugenie is called the most graceful smoker
-It ia reported that President Johnson has
not been to a theatre or any place of public j
amusement for the last ten years.
-Postmaster Kelly has returned more than
three thousand letters addressed to the proprie?
tor of a single gift fraud in New York.
-The Patterson (N. J.) Locomotive Works
have received orders for making twenty en?
gines for the Pacific Railroad.
-Utah is becoming a manufacturing region.
Announcements are made of the erection of
two wooden factories there.
-Queen Victoria has obtained the second
prize for fat pig6 at the Birmingham oattle
-Chicago so troubles St. Louis that the
Board of Trade of the latter city is about to
petition Congress to protect it against Chica?
go's malicious persecution.
-The greatest activity now exists in both
political parties in New Hampshire, and emi?
nent speakers on both sides are soon to take
-Rev. James Gibbous, of the Baltimore Ca?
thedral, has been confirmed by the Pope, and
will soon be consecrated Catholic Bishop of
-As a precaution against the Greek fire the
English authorities are having quantities of
sand conveyed to all the government offices
and placed in heaps inside the windows of every
floor that is at all accessible from the outside.
-Three of the obalisques of the Sultan of
Turkey were recently drowned in the Bospho
rus by the Imperial order. They were his
greatest favorites, and his suddou change and
cruelty have sproul terror in tho harems.
-A new route is projected from the Atlantic
to the Pacific through British America, of
which 2400 milos will be by water, 1285 miles
by railroad already constructed, leaving only
648 miles of railway yet to be built.
-A proposition has been made to the Com?
mon Couuoil of Petersburg, Va., to light the
streets of that city with kerosene, instead of
gas, which, it ia said, will effect a saving of
$2000 in the city expenses.
-The Bank of England willingly gives "good
money" for all nil var which has been worn
smooth by fair wear and tear. If, however,
the coins bear the slightest sign of lU-usuge,
such as a dent or a serai ch, it declines to
-The late campaign in Kansas in favor of
women's rights has not been without tangible
resulta, as we notice that on Wednesday last
Miss Emma Hunt was elected enrolling clerk
of the lower house of the legislature of that
State. This is, we believe, the first case of the
kind on record.
-"Moonstone," whioh is the name Wilkie
Collins gives to his new story, proves to be a
mysterious diamond brought from India, and
watched by ghostly guardians. The tale shows
already the old scaffolding of separate narra?
tives and particularization of dates and minute
Incidents whioh are ordinarily used to produce
the proper sensation.
-By fifty thousand majority the people of
Ohio decided at the late election that no negro
shall have the right of suffrage in that St ate.
Steps are being taken in the l?gislature to
carry out this determination of the people.
Mr. Pennis ter of Pike county, has introduced a
bill making it a penal offenoe for any judge of
the election to receive a vote from any per?
son who has "a visible admixture of African
-A party composed of two ladies and two
gentlemen, in a pleasure boat on Ooo nee Riv?
er, Ga., met with a fatal accident. On the 13th
instant they were out in the vicinity of Stal?
lings Bluff, Montgomery]County. The boat cap?
sized and tue whole party were struggling iu
the water. One of the young ladies anc one
gentleman were saved, the other two drowned.
The body of the gentleman had not been re?
covered at last accounts.
-In Louisville, Ky., there are about 30,000
Germans. Half of all the merchants of that
city axe Germans. Half of all the taxes paid
in Louisville are paid by Germans ; and it
seems that the German language is taught in
the public schools. Reoenily the question was
mooted of discontinuing this branch of in?
struction in the schools, whereupon an indig?
nation meeting was called, which was attended
by about 4000 persons. 8o says tho "Tennes?
see Staats Zeitung."
-The Scotch universities maleo little noise
in the world, but they do a great deal of work.
We see by their "calendars " for 't?8 that the
sum now annuli;* distributed among stu?
dents and graduates alone, oy means of fel?
lowships, tko., in the Scotoh universities,
amounts to upwards of twelve thousand five
hundred pounds. This, though it appears
small beside the eighty thousand pounds an?
nually spent in Oxford on the same purpose, is
a respectable sum for Scotland voluntarily to
contribute to the support and encouragement
-When we consider tb ? wreck of business
iu the South, and especially in the Gulf States,
it ia not a little surprising to learn, as we do
from a report of the Special Commissioner of
Internal Revenue, that of the twenty leading
commercial cities of the United States, New
Orleans ranks as the fourth. New York, Phil?
adelphia and Boston are before her, but she
has the precedence of Baltimore, St. Louis,
Cincinnati, 8an Francisco, and other promi?
nent cities. Tho exhibit embraces tho fiscal
year ending June 30th, 1867, and the figures
are supplied by the returns on "sales" and
-DeBow's Review for January has an article
on the tobacco and segar manufactures of St.
Louis. It Bays nativo Americans aro the
principal tobacco growers, and the principal
manufacturers of chewing tobacco ; and they
bear their share in the wholesale trade in the
manufactured articles. In all other branches
of the whole tobacco business in St. Louis
the Germans rule exclusively. Tho se^ar
makers are nearly all Germans ; so tho manu?
facturers of smoking tobacco, Not five per
cent, of all the retail tobacconists belong to
any other nationality. The Irish now engage
in the tobacco trade.
-A general lailroad law is the subject
which most agitates the Pennsylvania Legisla?
ture, lt was tho cause of the ''dead-lock" in
tho House, of which we spoke a few days
since. The proposed measure authorizes any
persons to form a company and build a rail?
road wherever they see fit. The Republicans
of tho State are committed to the policy and
there is every reason to believe that the law
will be enacted. While then are confessedly
some serious objections to tho plan, it bas
also many advantages. Rnilroads in most of
our Statos have come to wiold a power that is
not always for the publio gcod, and that is at
any rate of doubtful effect on our politics. If
competing lines can bo astablished whore
there is enough business to pay for both, this
undue influence will be destroyed by their mu?
tual antagonism, while tho publio will stand a
much better chance of being properly BerweiL^
-The Paris wits Lave not done yet with
Marshal Neil, who sought the other day to
prove that the forced celibacy to which the
army is subjected for six years greatly contri?
butes to tho general welfare. He denied that
the marriageable girls in Prance had any rea?
son to complain that the conscription deprived
them of eligible husbands. He laid down that
the young mon rejeoted bykthe military boards
of inspection as unfit for soldiers, thiough the
loss of one eye. of several teeth, other bodily
infirmities and weaknesses of coniititution,
were not by reason of these disadvantages un?
fit for marriage. Never perhaps in a French
assembly has marriage been so severely reduc?
ed to a simple question of tbe reproduction of
the species. Can a ona armed, one-eyed
young man produce healthy children? Tes,
says science. The question is then Bottled,
and what have the young girls to oo ni plain of?
Such is the argument of Marshal Noil. Man
is a reproductive animal an 1 nothing more.
THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 33, 18*58.
The Bill of Rights reported in tho Con?
vention by Delegate BOWEN, Chairman of
the Committee on the Judiciary, is refresh?
ing. His 26th paragraph declares that
"the estates of suicides shall descend or
vest, as in oases of natural de*th [as they
have always done from the times of the
Roman Emperors], and that if any person
shall bo killed by casu il ty [killed dead,
we suppose he means] there shall be no
forfeiture by reason thereof." A public
token of esteem is due ~.o this admirable
and seasonable safeguard to the rights of
property. There is only one proviso that
we would suggest as an amendment to the
article. We beg Delega;e BOWEN to add,
that if, in the latter case, that is when a
man is '-kilt entirely," he should come to
life again, as sometimes happens, the for?
feiture then demanded by justice, should be
strictly limited to his funeral expenses.
With this addition the cluuse would be per?
fect. The penalty would not be heavy, if the
pig whick the deceased was carrying off,
when the oasualty occurred, should be
claimed for this necessary and sacred pur?
The 29th clause declares that "no stand?
ing army shall be kept up without the con?
sent of the General Assembly, and the mil?
itary shall, iu all cases a od at all times, be
in strict subordination tc the civil power."
In other words, the General Assembly,
which is to have the same complexion as
the pr?sent pie-bald contention, may keep
up a standing army, and may summon this
new Pretorian guard, in all places and at
all times, to execute its d ?sired will. Here,
as in Tennessee, the law of the bayonet is
to oppress the State, subjecting it to the
sway of a minority wholly composed of
aliens, renegades and menials. Mr. BOWEN,
in his humble way, accepts the lesson that
the Swedish Chancellor OXENSTIHBN gave
his son: JV? ow, ml fiU, quantulu scient t?
gubtrnaiur mundui. He remembers per?
chance, how well SANCHO governed Bara?
taria; he only forgets what happened when
SANCHO went to war.
The S2d clause declaros that "no citizen
shall be exiled or prevented from emigra?
ting on any pretenoe whatever." But what
if his country's good requires his incarce?
ration ? What if his l.berty to come and
go makes the lives and the property of his
fellow-citizens insecure ? What if he should
be a murderer, a thief, o demagogue inflam?
ing and arming tho giddy multitude, and
claiming the privilege of being at large ?
What if he should be an employer or a hire?
ling, seeking to break Hs contract, and to
evade his obligations, w aether of service or
of pay ? What if he weira SANCHO himself
trying to escape from hil trusting and for?
lorn fellow-oitizens of Barataria ? Surely
there ought to be some proviso here 1
The thirty-fourth article claims that
every assooiation formed within the State
and taking a name, may apply to the "Gene?
ral Assembly" and be entitled to receive
letters of incorporation to enable them to
hold estates real aud personal. We confess
that we were at first taken aback by this
novel stroke of policy; its axiomatic wis?
dom und profound originality appeared
sublime. We expected .o read in the next
olause the declaration that every man has
tho right to dine at hin own table, and to
sleep in his own bed. Wo concluded that
some legal wag had benn imposing on the
Chairman of the Judicic.ry Committee. But
refection suggested that the Assembly re?
ferred to, is the bogus assembly now in its
birth-throes. The clause provides that Del?
egates MACKGT, and BOWEN, and WHITTE
MOBE, with their white disciples, and MOSES,
with his colored brothers, shall exercise
the powers reposed in the representatives
of the State of South Carolina.
Upon the real, as on the mimic stage,
after the bloody tragedy comes the farce.
It would be unkind to withhold our laughter.
The Regions of the Pole.
The bold Arctic explorer.Captain SHEUARD
OSBORN, has met with little encouragement
from the English press in his endeavors to
get up an expedition to view the continent
on which, according to the latent received
doctrine of navigators in England, the
North Pole is situated. The axes of the
earth, he is told, aro hidden from mortal
ken. Even astronomy cannot conjecture
yet, whether they are surrounded by con?
tinents, open sea, or ty icebergs towering
towards the pole-star to a greater altitude
than the highest of the Himalajas. Indeed,
no one dreamB of exploring the ever-blaz?
ing volcanoes of the Antartic Ocean, though
the South Pole ia seven hundred miles be?
yond them. However, the Royal Geograph?
ical Society may be kinder than the press,
and we shall not be surprised to find that
i a steamer or two are sent to explore this
Utopia of thc north. Certainly, as it seems,
no one has ever set foot on Kellett's Land,
and the geographers fret at the notion of its
lying there unvisited. The whale hunters
.think it is a chilly, uncomfortable, and val?
ueless place; but this does not at all quench
tho spirit of men like Captain OBBOHN, who
come of the same stock as those daring old
^Elizabethan adventurers who made their
way into the remotest lands.
li mea .
_/or Mt. _
NTUJH 'SALE7"A~JSK?V MILCH COW,
JL Lurham Breed. Inquire at No. 62 STATE
STBEET._I*_ January 23
FOR SALE, A VERY f INK COW.AND
CALE. Apply at No. 2 ALEXANDEH-SIREET.
FUR SALE, HOttS B AND MULES.-ONE
SADDLE HORSE, four years old; two GOOL
YOUNG MULES. Apply to No. 8J QUEES-S1 BEET,
opposite Mills House. 1?_January 28
FOR SALE. THIRTY H IS AD OF No I
KENTUCKY MUEES, from four to five years
old, all broke and in good condition for work; said to
be the finest that have been offered m thia market
since thu war, and can be had reaaonublo rates ior
the money. Apply at SPRIGG'S aTABLE, on King
street Upper Wards. W. H. GENTRY.
TO PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYPS and JOB MATERIAL
for sale, in lots to hint purohasors. Terms reason?
able, and caeb. Also, a fine HAND PBE-?S. price $250;
an Adams' Power Press, price $1500; and a Card
Press, price $100. Apply to E. G. DEFONTAL?.E,
Columbia, ti. C. December 7
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON
AND BICE PLANTATIONS, FARMS and CTTX
PROPERTY ot' all kinds for 8ALE and LEASE by
CLIFFORD Je ll A i UE WES,
Beal Estate Agents. No. 66 Broad street.
November 9 Sinos
?051 uno /OODO.
LOST, WEDNESDAY MORNING, 4?d
instant, in King or Calhoun streets, a POCKE i
ttu?K. containing sixteen Dollars in bills. Beward
given to the under if lef t at this oin.*.
January 23 1
LOST, A BLACK TAN BITCH ENGLISH
TEKBIEE PUP. A liberal reward will be
paid for her delivery at the second door, northeast
corner of CALHOUN AND PiTT STREETS.
January 18 6
LORT, ON THE CARS BETWEEN
S mg., vi Ile and thia civ, a BED RUSSIA LEA?
THER Fu ul M ON .N ALE, containing $26 m money
and a free ticket on the rood in the name ot Miss
Hoffman. Any one Untiing the same will be suitably
rewarded by leaving it at mis OFFICE.
rRBXT, A PART OF A HOUSE CON?
TAINING THREE ROOMS, aU on the second
floor, auu in first-rate order. If desired, one room
on the first floor can be bad, at No. 98 BEAUFAIN
si'REET. Apply ON THE PREMISES.
January 21 tuths
TO KENT, A PORTION OF A HOUSE
and KITCHEN in Wentworth near King-stroet,
suitable for a young mariiod couple, or single gen?
tlemen, w.'io wish to furnish their rooms. Parties
renting may have oholce of rooms. Apply at THIo
OFFICE. stuthG* Janna' y ll
FUR RENT, PART OE A DELIGHT?
FULLY SITUATED MANSION, in the south?
western portion ol tho city, consisting of a suite of
three or four spacious rooms on the first floor, with
kitchen and servants' apartments. Terms mode?
rate. Address "A," Dally News Office.
EE M O V A L-BOARDING.-MRS. A.
TRACY baring removed hor Boarding Estab?
lishment trom No. 69 Church-stroet to No. 79 BROAD
STREET, is now propau-d to lurnish Board to a lim?
ited number of Ladies and Gentleman. Tenn * mod?
erate. December 14
DR. T. L. OGIER Ot SON
HAVE BEMOVED THEIR OFFIOE FBOM NO.
80 Tradd-street to No. 66 MEETING-STREET,
opposite lillis House.
Beaideuce Dr. T. L. OGLER, No. 24 Rutledge
Residence Dr. W. G. OGIER, No. 60 Uasel-atreet
January 18 stuth3
URSULINE ACADEM i, VALLE CRUSIS,
NEAR COLUMBIA, S. C.
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE BIGHT
Rev. Bishop Lynch,
lho First sBasiuu of 1838 will begin on the Iii
february und .na ou tho lit July.
For circulars address ihe
January 13 imo MOTHER SUPERIOR.
GREENVILLE, 9. C.
THE SPBING TERM Ol? THIS INSTITUTION
will open tau 15th of February, und close the
Suth of June.
ur JU in.
Collegiate Coun?a-$26 to ?68 (our.) 1 - ftd..nBO
Preparatory Courses-*20 < o $32 (cur.)/ auranoe.
Boarding in private famiues, par month-$16 to $18
For Circular, address
JNO. F. LA SN EAU,
January 8_21_Secretary Fnsulty. I |
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I | '
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OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FUR THE EXERCISED IN ARITH?
METIC. WRITING, xv LADING, GERMAIN and
LNGLLSU ?HAMM A it are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. al.
Terms-$2 per month ni ad vance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
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eases of tho Digestivo Urgans and tho Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
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tases ol thc Digestivo Organs and the Liver. For
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PATIC B-TTERS, an unfailing remedy for aU Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and Ibu Liver. For
sale- by all DrugeiRts. lyr November 27
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" WILL BE ISSUED BY SIX O'CLOCK EYEB?
MORNING to subscribers lu any portion of the city,
at EIGHTEEN CEN IS A WEEK, payable weekly.
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OfUco of thc DAILY NEWS, No. 18 HAYNE-sTREET,
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December 2 Agent fer ?tty DsUvarf,
WANTED. A WHITE WOMAN TO
COOK, WASH and IRON for a small family.
Apply, between the boors 01 10 and 12, to No. 27*
BANG-STREET, one door noitb. of H?sel.
January 23 ]*
TITA NT ED, A SITUATION, BIT A
YT youngwoman to Cook, Wash ana Iron for a
lam dv. lias no objection to go into the country.
Apply at No. 23 BEAUFA1N-SXBEET, between
Archdale aud Magazine streets.
January 23 1*
WANTED, FURN I ?HUD ROOM, OR A
BED R?Oil AND PARLOR preferred, and
near the Charleston Botel, for a gentleman and
wife. Address "K." to the care of this office.
January 20 6
WANTED.-EX-CON FEDERATE SOL
DiEK-i to engage in a business in their own
counties paying from *IG0 to $700 per month
Address J. p. MILLER it CO.,
January ll imo* Pniladelphia, Pa.
AWHITE SERVANT WANTED IN A
small family, to Cook, Wash and Iron. A Ger.
mun girl pi aforrod. Apply at No. ll WEN 1WORTh%
STREET. January 10
WANTED, BT A YOUNG LADY. A
Situation as ucverness, or to take charge of a
Fuuiate Academy, In North or South Carolina, -be
can teach all the English Branches usually taught in
southern Institutions; also Music, and the Rudi?
ments m French, and ia capable of preparing youug
ladies for College. Good reierences can ' be giren.
Address, stating salary, Miss "A J. C.," Wliming
ton, N. C._ Janua.y a
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Address, stating kcaUty and compensation, L. B.,
News Office. January 3
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AGK ATS WANTED FUK THE LU't
and Campaigns or Gen. Robert E. Lee, the
suudard biography of the Great Chieftai&,Tta offi?
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creased commission, make it the best subscription
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December 27 2mos<*
AGENTS WANTED KUR THE " LIFE
OF JEFFERSON DAVIS," by rrank H. Al?
mond, of Richmond, formerly editor of tho South?
on! Literary Messenger. Ibis is a full and authen?
tic history cf the Lao and Public Services of the
great Southern leader. Mr. Aitriond has enjoyed un?
usual advantages in the preparation of this work, as
will be apparent to all on examination. Send for
specimen pages and circulars, with terms. Ador oas
.NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Atlanta, Go
November 20 2mo*
WANTED-AX AGENT-ONE CHANCE
in each town, worthy the attention ot au
active business man, to toko th? agency lor the Bale
ot B RADaTRRE i ' ? RUBBER MOULDING AND
WEAT ti LR STRIPS, applied to the lided, bottom,
top, and centro of doors and windows. Send for
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November 27 2mos Boston, Mass.
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to seU the MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM.
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November 25 3mos
THE O Lu ESTABLISHED
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE,
Nb. 344 KING-STREET,
Between Sosiety-atreet and George-street.
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICKS.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
January 21 tuthaCmoa No. 344 King-street
jg H. KELLERS & CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAB MARKET.
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
JWPBESCBLPTIONS PUT DP WITH CARE."Ca
Q.REAT DISCOVERY I
EVERY MAN HIS OWN ARTIST I
A SCIENTIFIC WONDER I
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with IUU instructions, sent by u.all for one dollar.
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January 3 2mo
.jpl Li. BARRE,
U.?,AL ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BRO?
No. 141 East Bay,
YjKW YORK HOTEL,
BROADWAY, N. Y.
D. M. BILDBETH,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAYING TAKEN CB ABO E
if the above weil known Hotel, respectfully in?
forms his friends and tho travelling public that it
lias been REI URN IS RED IN ALL OE ITS DEPART?
MENTS. The table whl at aU tim03 bo supplied
nth THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, lndud
ng every delicacy In season, while tho cuisine wUl
se unexceptionable 'Ibo Bath Rooms attached to
thc Hotel oro supplied with tho celebrated Artesian
Water, and HOT, COLD OR SHOWER BATHS can
so obtained at any time. The same attention win
Se paid to the comfort of the guests as heretofore,
ind travellers eau rely upon finding tbs Chariest', Q
Hotel equal to any in the United states. Tho pati. , .
ige of the travelling pubhc ls respectfully solid w\.
J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
January 0 2mo Pro prieto..
I L L I A AI IRVIN,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
SPARTANBUBG, S. C.
December 2 _
g T.JAMES HOTEL,
Sf M. A. HURD.Of New Orleaue.
Vf. F. CORKERY...OI Spottswood Hotel, Richmond.
Telograph and Railroad Offices In Rotunda of Hotel,
PROPRIETOR OF THE
. GREEiiVILLE, S. C.
F-R-R-R-nA/T A IST'B SA.VTJN"GrS
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
No. 9 STATE-STREET.
DEPOSITS CAN ALWAYS BE WITHDRAWN
WITHOUT NOTICE Deposits of Specie oro repaid
n >pecie. All other Deposits ore repaid In "Green
aack>." or National Bank Bills.
NATHAN Bil FEB,
December 24 Imo Cashier.
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
F?? NORTH AND SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE No. 59 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON. B. C.
SOITH CAROLIN A ?tl ASONIC B E MC VO?
THE MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE HELD IN
the Ma? onie Hall, This Evenir g, 23d inst-, at 7
o'clock. Members and oandidates elect will bo
By order of the President. W. A. WILSON.
OFFICES CHARLESTON OAS LIGHT
J AKT AB E 29, 1868.
rTIHE ANNUAL MEETING OP TBE STOCK
X HOLD EES of this Company will be held on
Monday, the 3d February, at 12 M., at the Hall of
the Insurance and Trust Company, No. 8 Broad
street, when a statement of the affairs of the Com?
pany will be submitt d ?md election held for Presi?
dent sad Eight Directors to a .ire for the ensuing
twelve months. W. J. HEBIOT,
January 23 Secretary and Treasurer.
SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES REQUIRING
STAMPS, REVISED BY F. A SAWYER, Col?
lector Internal Revenue, for sale by
G. W. ADIAR,
Corner King and Vanderhorat-streeta.
S. G. COURTENAY,
No. 9 Broad-street.
And HIRAM HARRIS,
No. 69 Broad-street
Price 10 cents per copy. 2 January 23
J^USSELLS BOOK STORE,
No. 285 KING-STREET.
WEEKLY LIST OF NEW WORKS AND NEW
BISHOP GBEGG'S OLD GHERA WS. A History
of the old Cheraws, containing an account of the
Aborigines of the Pee Um," tao lint White Settle?
ments, their subsequent progress, civil changes, the
ulm*:gie ot the Revolution, Icc, extending from
about 173U to 1810, with no.icen ot families and
sketches of individuals. By Right Rev. Alexander
Gregg, D. D., Bishop of Texas. 1 vd., 8vo. S3.
DANTE-the Divine Comedy cf Dante Alighieri.
Translated by Henry Worast>u.ili LongleRow. 3
vols., imperial 8vo. tis.
THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF GOD
DUBING THE PEBIOD OF REVELATION. By Rev
Charles Colcock Jones, D. D.
ON BOTH SIDES OF THE SEA-A Story of the
Commonwealth and the Restoration. A sequel to
iho Draytons and the Devenante. By the author ol
the Schonberg-Cotta Family. 1 vol. 61 76.
OBIGIN. RISE AND PROGRESS OF MOBMON
ISM. Biography of its Founder and History of ita
Church. Personal Remembrances and Historical
Collections hitherto Unwritten. By Pomeroy Tucker,
Palmyra, N. i.. with some repellent Pictures and
Portraits, which are quite good enough for their
subjects. $1 76.
LANGUAGE AND THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE.
Twelve Lectures on the principles of linguistic Sci?
ence. By William Dwight Whitney, Protea sor of
Sanscrit, and Instructor in Modern Languages in
Yalo College. 1 vol. $2 60.
STUDIES IN ENGLISH; or Glimpses of the inner
life of our Language. By M. Sohele de Vere, LL.D.,
Professor of Modern Language in the University of
Virginia, 1 voL $2 60.
STEIN MHZ-SUNSHINE AND SHOWEB3; Their
Influences throughout Creation; a Compendium of
Popular Meteorology. By Andrew ti tainan tz. 1 vol,
1'ALGBAVE-ESSAYS ON ART. By Franois Tur?
ner Palgrave. 1 vol. $1 76.
CALIFORNIA; The Romance of the Age, or the
Discovery of Gold in California. By Edward S. Dun?
bar. 1 vol. $126.
MECHI-H JW TO FARM PROFITABLY; or th?
Sayings and doings of Mr. Alderman Meehi, with ll
lustrations. 1 vot $2 60.
SMILES-THE HUGUENOTS, choir Settlements,
Churches and Industries in England and Ireland.
By Samuel smiles, author of bult-lielp. 1 voL $176.
LESSING'S NATHAN THE WlaE. Translated by
Miss Ellen Frotbingham. SI 76.
ti ELEGI IONS FROM TUE EA LEVALA, the greal
Finnish Lptc. Translated by tho late Prof. John A
Porter, of Yale College. SI Cl).
GOETHE'S F.iUST. Translated by John Anster
LLD. $1 26.
UNDINE, SINTRAM, ASI AUGA'? KNIGHT, TWC
CAPTAINS. By Do La Motte Fouquo. 1 vol. $126
DR. WILMER'S LOVE; A Novel. By Margare-;
LOVE IN LETTERS; a Curious and Fascinatini
COBBY O'LANUS; Comic EplsUos, with Illustra
tioi.s. $1 60.
WOMAN'i STRATEGY ; a capital now EngUsl.
A BOOK ABOUT LAWYERS; the celebrated En.
gllsb work. $2.
MAC-KEY'S CRYPTIC MASONRY; a Manual of
the Council. By A. G. Mackey, M. D. 1 vol. $2.
MACKEY'S MASONIC RITUALIST. By A G.
Mackey, M. D. Tully Illustrated, 32mo., sloth, gilt,
$1 2J; tucks, gilt edges, $1 60.
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newspaper lu the boutb, at a price placing lt withi :
toe anility of all to take it
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Specimen copies it all our editions sent on appli?
Address COWABDLN k ELLY80N,
January 18 Richmond, Va.
HORTICULTURISTS AND FLORISTS, OF PARU,
Have the honor to inform the Ladies and Gentle?
men of Charleston that they have arrived hi this ci y
with a splendid collect on ol PLAN Te and FLOWtKS
of all sorts, with a handsome assortment of ROSI 'a
(oe oralle et france de pied). Also, sn assortment 3f j
all kinda ot FR. IT TREES, Bulbs, Onions ot Flour?
ers, and seed for pardens. No. 2i2 KING-SI REE'.',
opcoaite Victoria Hotel. Remembor the number,
212. 2* January 22
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY,
For January 34-Class I.
H. T. PETERS.
Licensed Lottery Dealer,
No. 90 Hascl-strcct, Charleston, S. C
?puOST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AND
Of every variety.
No. 73 BOWERY, NEAB CANAL-STREET,
STEAMBOATS. HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUTLDIN 33
FURNISHED AT TBE 8HOBTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our Houso guaranteed os
n. W. FROST. J i MKS BLACK. OEO. SN TD LB
October 21 Smei i
DEl'TSCHER BKt'DEHLICHEK BOD.
EINE ABENDUN'IEEEALTUNG DIESER GE
SFLLSCHAFT wird stattfinden am Donner
stag den 23sten Januar, um 8 Uhr.
January 21 3* DIE DIRECTION.
WELL CALCULATED TO
UTTEREST YOUTHS ASD ' ADULT.? I
VON SANTEFS BAZAAR,
No. ?90 KING-STREET,
A LABOE COLLECTION OF
Attractive and Entertaining Games
AMONGST WHICH ABS THE F0FULAB OXES OF
TBE MANSION OF HAPPINESS
THE CHECKERED GAME OF LIFE
IMPROVED GAUE OF OLD MAID AND BACHE?
THE MERRY GAME OF THE SPIRIT RAPPEE, or
the Wonderful Medium
MATRIMONIAL AND LOVE CONVERSATION
And many other interesting Gamea too numerous
i HA vi ALSO axoxrvzD A nm COLLECTION or
TOT BOOKS AND PAPER DOLLS.
And would especially invito the attention of the
trade to my large S took of
TOPS, BAT BALLS, BATS, INDIA R CB BER FOOT
BALLS, MARBLES, and other Toys, now in
I have alto opened, and have now ready for the
trade, a large and complete Stock ot SENTIMEN?
TAL, COMIC AND JUVENILE VALENTINES, for
thia leap year, 1868, which surpasses, in richness of
material, elegance of deal gu and extent of variety,
th cue. of former years.
F. von SANTEN,
No. 900 KING-STREET.
January 23 _1
THE HON. MKS. YELVERTON
# WILL GIVE
A. READIN" O
FROM THE MODERN POETS,
EVENING OF FRIDAY NEXT, JANUARY 24,
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK,
DRAWING-ROOM OF THE MANSION HOUSE
Tickets to be bad at Mesara. Holmes", Bussell')
and Harris' Bookstores, and at the Mansion House.
COPIES OP PAINTINGS
.7081 BECETVED BY DIBECT IMPORTATION
FROM GERMANT, A> D NOW ON EXHI?
BITION AND FOB SALE AT
SIEGL1NG & ISSEBTEL'S
No. ?943 KING, TWO DOORS BELOW
BE AUFAIW. STREBT.
A LABGE COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC
COPIES of,the MOST CELEBRATED PAINTINGS
of the DresSsn Gallery ai.d the Louvre at Paris, by
VAN DIX, REIN,
BATTONI, CARLO DOLCE,
These pictures are of th* most exquisite finish,
i and offer; d as single oopies or In sets, also in Album
collections of 13, 80 or 68 selected pictures, elegant?
ly bound, and sm table for the centre table of the
The above being something entirely new and rep?
resenting the most popular of the celebrated works,
would add much to the ornament of the parlor or |
A part of tho above collection will be disposed ot
EVERY CHANCE RECEIVING A PRIZE. THE
List la now open at the Gallery.
SIEGLING & ISSBRTEL, Artists,
No. 343 King-street, below Beauiain.
January 7 33
WM BILLIARD SALOON,
Corner of King and Market-sis.,
THIS ESTABLISHMENT HAS LA TEL J
changed bands, and ls newly refitted and sup?
plied with the best of
LIQUORS AND SEGARS,
Freshly imported from New York.
In consideration of hard times the price for luxu?
ries will be reduced.
Amateurs of the game of Billiards are respectfully
invited to visit the Saloon. January 17
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
Ab. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South aide, between Sing and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a German Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained to his business, and ls prepared to
serve hil friends and the public generally In the seve?
ral branches of his art, viz:
SHAMPOOING SETTING LEECHES
HAIR DYING EXTRACTING TEETH
kc, kc, kc
jloflfefl) Stotionw), flftr.
p ?PUTN N7~
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
Up-Town Bock and News Depot,
No. ?5* KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL
THE LATEST PUBLICATCONS, sush as
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, 4c.; par
tics living UD i?wn will find lt convenient to give
me a call, and can rely on getting their papers
regular. City pupers sold and subscriptions taken
for all Papers and Magazines. Foreign Papeas
and Reviews ordered for regular subscribers.
Particular attention paid to orders from the coun?
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept
on hind. 3mo November 21
THE TR1-WKKK.LT NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WTNNSBORO' 8. C., AFFOHDS
profitable medium for the advertising pub?
lic ol Charleston.
We respectfully solicit their patronage for our
? AIL LARD, D?SPOBTES k WILLIAMS, i
<&t$ta:tt cn) ?^y^L^
SHOUTERS, C, B. SIDES AND
1 A HOTS.- STRICTLY FRIME WE8TEBN
1U SHOULDERS i VJ: .
10 hhdB. Strl stly Prim a Western O, B. Sides
15 hhds. Bright Plan stion Shoulden
KOO pounds Choice Small N. Y. tugar Cured Strips
16 barrels M liasses, l?andlng and for aale by
IAUBcf ft ALEXANDER.
STREPS AND FLOUR.
QAfjA POUNDS CHOICE BACON STRIPS
?l/vv SOO barrell Family, Kxtra, Super ead.
. Fine Hour. Landing abd for sale by
H. A A. P. CALDWELL.
January 23_, 1
RHINE WEIN !
IOFFER TO LOVERS OF A GENUINE "LtEB
FEACNMILCH," for lhree days, by the gallon, -
and after by the do?en, bottle or glass.
J. M. MARTIN,
January 28 8_No. 86 Market-street
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
LOW FOB CASH:
QAAA ?ACKS LIVERPOOL SALT .
OUUU 500 bushels Pink Eye Planung Pota?
160 bales Gum? Cloih
800 coils Hemp and Manilla Ropo
100 toni Baird's Iron Ties
300 bbb. Refined and Crushed Sugars
60 hurts. West India Molaanes
100 bois. Sugar House Syrup
300 bags Bio, Java and Lasraayra Coffee
100 bor.es Manu nc tu ' ed Tobacco
600 packages Fish, Nos. 1, 2 and 3
600 bo: ?B Herrings and Codfish
600 ke( s Nails
Powder, Shot, Lead, Indigo, Madder.
January 14 . tathalmo
CANVASSED HAMS, &c.
5TTE BOES PRIME CANVASSED HAMS
10 bbls. New Ycrk Fig Hams
6 ba ces Baton Shoulders and Loins -
70 botes English Dairy Cheese
76 b v;s Java, Lnguayra and Bio Coflte
200 kew Nails, aisorted sixes.
For sale low by CLACIU8 k WTTT?,
January 21 tatha , No. 86 East BayJI
C)f\f\fi SACKS (LIVERPOOL SALT, LARGE
?vUl' aasks jxid in fine order, in store and
for sale by T. J. HEBB k CO.
BALES PBTMENORTFTEl VEE HAY.
January g " 6 j7 T. J. BEBB 4 00.
BACON SIDES, &H0ULDERS,
OfT HUDE. CHOICE C. R. SIDES
AO 60 hods. Choice Bibbed Sides ' *
10 bads. Choice Shoulden
20 bhds. Bright No. 2 ShouldSM
76 bbls. Mess Pork
10 t crees Choice Hams.
25 licks Bio Coffee
200 sicks Liverpool Salt
26 loxes Tobacco.
In store, and for sale low by
JEFFORDS ? 00.,
January 22 2_No. 80 Vsmdne Range,
FRUIT I FRUIT I 2 FRUIT ! ! !
1 K AAA ?WEET HAVANA ORANGES. .
A.O . U V, yJ The same wfll be sold at ?2.50 per
A choice lot of MALAGA GRAPES, at 00 cents per
pouncL at BAST k WI RIB'S,
Nos. 66 and 67 Market-street
January ?2 ' wthaS
XX CREAM A LE,
(10.50 PER BARREL.
FISHER, BEISER Sc CO., Acts..
NO. 26 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
January 30_ 6 .
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
IMPOSTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
Imported Bottles, In hampers
Bremer: Lager Bier, bottled
And for sale low by '_'
CLACTU8 k WITTE,
January 18_3moa_Na 86 East Bay.
BALE ROFE, BAGGING AMD
F>R SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT PUR CHAS h r B,
by tte Man lilac lurer B. CLL'CDt?,
No. 67 Pine street, New York.
September 24 4mo
$tj)ars< tobacco, (Six.
G. FOLLIN, "
TOBACCO MANUFACTUREES' AGENCY,
No. Ul EsMt Bay, Charleston, 8. c.,
BEGS TO CALL ATTENTION TO AND TN V?TES
an izjpecticn of bia stock of MANUFACTUR?
ED and Sa [OEING TOBACCO, received d?ect from
the moat rjlisble and celebrated Ma&macturers lo?
cated in the States or Virginia and North CaroUoa,
and offered for sale "is bond" or "tax paid," at ts
kw pneen ss the same can be purchased In any
other market thlmoa January 2
e f \ TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO, WAR
O VJ RANTED F?EE.
For sale by T. J. KERB k CO.
H. W. KINSMAN,
SOLE A BENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA*
No. 163 EAST BAY.
i 1 1 m - ^-s?
BOYCE d CO.VS' WHARF,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
January 1_1 thain
TT-ILLIS di CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Portal ot*
COTTON, R1 CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, 3. 0.
E. WILLIS.A. Ii. 0H1S0LM
J^> M. MARSHALL Si BROTHER,
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS.
No. 38 BROAD-STREET.
BEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ic,, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
S3-Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, kc, every
Wednesday. _October 19
lyiLLIAM H. t. IL LI LAND Si SON,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS
OFFICE No. 33 H A YNE-STREET,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
B1?TWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBEB OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION AND
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS, OLLS, GLASbES, SHINGLES,
kc, conrtantly on hand at the lowest market prices.
September 12_ thinly
WOOD, LUMBER, &c
BEST QUALITY OAK, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD,
by boat load or at retail, as well as ASSORT?
MENT OF LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLE8, AO.
For salo low, at foot Beaufsin-atreet
STEINMEYER k S ?.
D?^m?or IT tutLs