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NEWS S U M M A K Y.
-Gold dosed in New York on yesterday at
-Cotton closed in New York yesterday ?aje.
better ; sato 6,000 bales at 19c
_At Liverpool yesterday Cotton dosed firm?
er ; salea 18,000 bales ; Uplands 7?<L
-The Morning Star, the Catholic daily paper
to to be published in New Orleans, will make
its first appearance in a few days.
-Hrs. Henry Leeton, of Yorkville, fell out of
bed on Sunday ni^ht, and being quite a large
woman fractured her skull on the washboard,
which produce l instant death.
-Theodore, of Abyssinia, has published his
genealogy, which is very direct for two g?n?ra?
tions from David, after which it becomes ter?
-There are sixteen thousand articles sub?
ject to taxation, when there need not be an
hundred to yield all the revenue we want, re?
lieve our manufactures of their internal tax,
and the country of an army of collectors and
-An irreverent and ant i-ritualistic Londoner
was recently fined fifty dollars for interrupting
a clergyman with "a sort of noise like a turkey
cock," which the reverend gentleman himself
illustrated in court for the benefit of the Judge
and the amusement of spectators.
-Attention is being called to the use of car?
bonic acid as a disinfectant. The Gardener's
Chronicle gives details of its use at the Lodge
Farm in England during the late prevalence ot
the cattle plague, where over one hundred
cows were saved nuder circumstances which,
most otherwise have"proved more or less fatal.
* The treatment consisted in administering the
* dilated acid internally by the spoonful, and
dashing it about externally by the bucketful.
-The idea of erecting a statue to Voltaire,
started by the Si?cle, has proved a success.
The list of subscribers already amount to 202,
600. The majority of the committee voted for
a reproduction of Houdon's cltef n'ouvre on a
larger scale than the original ?tatu?. The
anb-committee have undertaken to direct the
execution of the work, and to demand from
government a suitable site where it may be
-On the 8th instant the hills of Surrey, Hants
and Sussex, England, were covered with deep
snow, and the whole country around presented '
a most winterly aspect. The greatest difficulty
prevailed in getting outlying cattle up from
the grazing landa to the straw yards, and many
farm homesteads are completely snowed in.
In the low and hollow Luids the- snow drifted
to a considerable depth, and the hedges and
fences were buried.
-The New York correspondent of the Phila?
delphia Ledger says that in the course of a
week or two, it is understood, there wll be a
B***^utilio?'8witn1' r?^er?noo?"to^tlie 'Presule^tial
oampiign. It is to be a friendly, social meet?
ing, with a view especially to elicit the opinion
of representative men from different sections as
to the availability of certain persons whose
names are beginning to be mentioned as candi?
dates for President and Vice-Preaident.
-A fortnight ago flying sheets were found
in the streets of the Russian capital, summon?
ing the people to assemble in front of the
winter palace and ask the Czar for bundry con?
cessions of a democratic nature. Instantly the
rumor arose that Austria was at the bottom of
the intrigue. On the other hand the Austrian
diolomatiats openly complain that pamphlets
bidding the Russian peasantry rise against
their Polish masters are being smnggled over
the Galician frontier from the kingdom of
-The latest Mexican news is to the 22d in?
stant. Romero bad been appointed Minister
of the Treasury. A revolt had taken place in
Bonan. Congress is to close its session on the
7th of Marah. Marquez, who escaped from
Mexico city at the time of ita surrender to
Bias, is in Havana ander an assumed name.
The reports of cholera in St. Thomas are offi?
cially contradicted. A fatal disease has attack?
ed the sheep in Porto Rico, Earthquake
shocks continue to visit that island. There
have been four hundred and forty since Novem?
-The Turkish Government, it is stated, con?
templates an extensive reform of the present
system throughout the empire. The work will
be commenced in the prisons of the capital,
which certainly afford room for improvement
in every particular. The Minister of Police,
Ismail Pasha, has lately given hia attention to
the sj stem of separate confinement adopted in
the Masas prison at Paris, and also that m
force in tho Clerken well House of Correction
in London. Henceforth, in accordance with
the proposed new arrangement, the prisoners
will be classified in four categories. The two
systems, we believe, will be tried in a new jail
to be erected near the Seven Towers.
-A new system of paving foot-paths has
been tried in Paris on the Boulevard de la
Chapelle, where iron frames, measuring three
feet square, have been laid, into which by
means of holes bored in the frame, are encased
blocks of poplar, forming a capital pavement,
the wood of the poplar having been selected
instead of oak. The latter, from its non-ab?
sorbing qualities, was found objectionable.
The system presents a pleasing effect to the
eye and appears to succeed. On eaoh side of
the foot-paths are small conduits, by which
rain water is at onoe drained off into the side
-The troops sent to the western provinces
of the Russian empire within the last twelve
months are set down here as above 225 000.
Vast as this number ie, their being dispersed
over an enormous tract of country diminishes
the military and political importance which
would otherwise attach to the movement. The
echelon begins at Wilna, extending as far south
as Volhyna and the Ukraaine. The various
corps employed on this service are provided
with cast-steel guns on the Prussian pattern,
700 of which have been manufactured at
Krupp's for the Russian Government since No?
vember, 1866. Tho conscription in course of
progress will add 240.000 men more to the Im?
perial forces, without a corresponding dismis?
sal of veterans having as yet been ordered-a
circumstance calculated to confirm the belief
that the extraordinary measures resorted to
are intended to support the Eastern politics of
Prlnoe Gortschakoff, and give th? idea of his
being in earnest.
-St. Petersburg baa lately been tbo scene
of a horrible tragedy. The patroness of a
boarding aoliool for yonnc ladies hac. expressed
her d.papprobation of their coiffure, which she
considered as too coquettish. Tho lady who
had the superintendence of tho class was so
much affected by this censure that Bhe ordered
all tho young ladies' hair to bo cropped quite
short. This was regarded aa a great indignity,
and aa socn as it was dark the young ladies at?
tacked the supposed offender, threw a sheet
over her head, knocked her down, and mal?
treated her so seriously that she died in a few
hours. It turned out afterwards that these
paragons of feminine propriety had made a
mistake in the dark, and vented their fury on
the wrong person. The unhappy victim was
what would be called in England a parlor
boarder, who, on the evening in quostion, had
undertaken lo discharge tho dutie? of the usual
FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31,1868.
The Colored Delega tes.
Beyond all question the best men in the
convention, now holding its sessions at the
Club House, are the colored members.
Considering the influences under whioh
they were called together, and their imper
feot acquaintance with parliamentary uBage,
they have displayed for the most part, a
remarkable moderation and dignity; and
have produced some of the be it speeches in
the convention. Th?y have indeed some
advantages which aliens and renegades
have not enjoyed-such as an association,
in the past, with gentlemen, and a zeal for
the welfare of South Carolina. They re?
member with lively indignation how often,
on one pretext or other, the hand of the
demagogue, _ jlitical or ecclesiastical, has
been thrust into their pockets-a pultry
jilfering of which "the rebels" were never
jilly. They have assembled neither to jj
puvl/wireB like some, nor to .make money
likejtothers; but to legislate lor the welfare
of th\ race to which they belong, and the
State Vhere they were born. So far as i
they labor in this direction, they ? deserve j
the encouragement of all gocd men.
It ia important that this redeeming ele?
ment of the convention should not bo neu?
tralised. The colored members would be
untrue to the cause committed to them, if j
they should permit themselves to be made
the cat's-paws of any man or clique, or
league, or party. They are not called to?
gether to disfranchise any one; or to rob
any one of his property, whother by confis?
cation or exorbitant taxation; or to assert
a Bocial equality which cannot be regulated
by law and doe? not exist among the white
race itself; or to provide for an amalgama?
tion of raoes that would eventually destroy
both; or to stuff ROBERTSON'S purse; or en?
large WKB8TKB'B church; or to give WHIT
TEMORK with his bellows, or PILI SDUHT
with his dark lantern, cr Fort Sumter
MOSES, their coveted place in Congress.
They are not called together to establish
anarchy, or prool&im African supremacy at
the South, or make shameless bargains for
political plunder, whioh in '.he end the dem
agogue will manage to pooket and they
must manage to pay.
There are just three questions that the
colored members of the eenvention have to
consider-thfl nupwtinn of thu la tr al rirrhto.
the question of suffrage, the question of
education. The rights of the negro were
formerly represented in lae courts by the
master; there was a cern,in political rep?
resentation in the three fifths apportion?
ment in Congress; education was cat uni and
sporadic What safeguards and benefits in
these three particulars may the freedmen
now claim ? What may hu fairly and justly
expect to secure ? These embrace all that
he needs to consider; and the counsellors
are not to be trusted who would either, on
the one hand, betray him to a sectional
party whioh will soon perish; or who, on
the ether, would encour age him to make
extravagant demands which the people of j
South Carolina and of tho United States at
large will certainly repudiate.
What part of the convention work will
stand, ii doubtful-certainly not that which
is unjust, inexpedient, or even unnecessary.
In these stormy times when briok und stone
may be cast to the grouni, there iii no hope
for stucco and plaster.
Lire, Liberty and tb e Pursuit of Proparty!
In our issue of yeBtei-day we published
the letter of ColonelA. J. WILLARD, Chief of |
the Bureau of Civil Affairs of the Second
Military Distriot, in annwer to Messrs. Q.
H. BENEDICT & Co., of New York, who had
made inquiry in regard to the condition of ?
things in this State, and whether it was
prudent and safe for oap ,talista to come here,
and invest in real estait' and securities.
Colonel WILLARD presents in the main
a gratifying and satisfactory view of af?
fairs,-more impartial, we think, than the
many reports of this character that have
preoeded it, both from military officials and
private oitixens. He nays that "life and
property in the State of South Carolina are
safe." "The cities s re remarkably free
from that description of violence that is re?
garded as most hostile to the security of !
life and property. The streets are consid?
ered safe at all hours, and people go about
them with less apprehension than they
would experience in traversing, under the
same circumstances, the streets of any of
the large Northern cities." While this will
not surprise any of our native readers,
who, with ourselves, vould have deemed it
superfluous to make nrention of such a fact,
it is nevertheless grati fying to have the ad?
mission from a competent witness. Colonel
WILLARD will not be charged with partial?
ity in our favor by iiny one who is ac?
quainted with his prepossessions; and no
one perhaps, civil or military, in all the
ten unreconstructed State9, has had better
opportunities of judging in regard to the
mattere embraced in this letter, than Colo?
nel WILLARD himself.
How much the stat3 of insecurity to life
and limb in these States has been exagge?
rated by partisan writers may be inferred
from the remark of Colonel WILLARD, that
"since the military occupation of North and
South Carolina the maintenance of order
bas not occasioned the expenditure of a
True, there are one or two pointa in this
letter upon which we take issue with Colo?
nel WILLARD. He insinuates that "the
courts of the two States have not the confi?
dence of all classes," nor "the requisite
material and means for the detection and
punishment of offenders." Justice to the
State and to the old citizens of the State
requires us to say that both these implied
disabilities are due solely to the presence of
the military and of the Freedmen's Bureau.
As the presence of these is the cause of the
evil, the remedy would be found in their
We are glad to find that Colonel WILLARD
is quite sure that there is no danger of a war
of races. He also tells us that "the cry for
land is not raised in Italy, France, or Eng?
land." This is important information, as
in its absence, the gentlemen in Pine-street
and Wall-street, New York, might have
been alarmed under an erroneous impres?
sion that the freedmen's well known cry for
"forty acres nr1 a mule" had reference to
the rice landa ul' the Pontine Marshes, the
vineyards of Champagne, and the stock
farms in Berkshire. All ideas of trouble
about "foreign complications" may be
promptly dismissed. The negroes, Colonel
WILLARD says, will be content with the
Sea Island lands of South Carolina.
III ? i sj
No. a SOCIEl?-slREET. Four square rooms
and two attics, large basement, and all necessary
outbuildings. To a good tenant terms wiR be mod?
erate Apply to JAAlES COSGROVE,
January 31 fmw6 Market-street.
TO KEV I'. A MOST DESI K ABLE BRICE
RE -IDESCE, situated in Elizabeth-street, No.
S3, two doors north of Aiken's Row, containing
four square rooms, with pauiry and dressing rooms,
and attics, with all necessary outbuildings. For
terms apply to W. G. WHILDEN tt CO.
TO Ub\T, THE HOUSE SOUTHEAST
comer of Trapman and Queen streets, contain?
ing four square rooms, large attic and dressing
?' rooms, with cistern, and gas through the hons*.
Apply at SHOE ttiOKE, No. 93 MARKET-STREET.
TO KK.vr. THE PREMISES AT THE
northwo -1 corner of Held and Meeting streets.
Apply at No. SI BBOAD-sTREB 1'. January 28
TURENT, APIANO IN GOOD OHDKH.
Apply at tul i office. January 26
TO RENT-AN EXCELLENT CHANCE
TOR A YOUNG BA KEB TO MAE - A -TART.
ino well known OLD St AND AS A BAKERY at
Summerville, ri. C., near the depot. Inquire st
No. 196EAST BAY._January 2*
TO RENT, THE HALF OF THAT
pleasant RESIDENCE on southwest corner of
Montagus and Gadsden street*. Apply st BOUTH
CAROLINA RAILROAD OFFICE, John-otreot, st the
HOUSE, or at the PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS'
TO RENT.THAT FINE BRICK DWEL?
LING, No. 34 CHALMEKS-sTKEET, Opposite
tue city Park, with six square rooms, pantry and
dressing room, fine cistern, pump and outbuildings.
Apply to. B. MCINNES.
January 1 whn
FOR RENT, PART OF A DELIGHT?
FULLY SITUATED MANSION, in the south?
western portion ot the city, consisting of a suite ot
three or four spacious rooms on the first floor, with
kitchen sud servants' apartments. Terms mode?
rate. Address "A," Daily News Office.
TO PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYPS and JOB MATERIAL
tor sale, lu lota to suit purchasers. Terms reason-;
abls, and caab. Also, a fine HAND PREsB, price $360;'
an Adama' Power Press, price $1600; sad a Cord:
Press, price 8100. Apply to F. G. DxFONTALt.E,
1 Columbia, t>. C. December 7
SEA I9LAND AND UPLAND COT TUN
AND RICE PLANTATION!:, FARMS and CIT*
PROPER Tl of all kinds tor SALE and LEASE by
CLIFFORD at MAI HEWE?,
Beal Estate Agents, No. SO Broad street.
November 9 ?mos
gm ano ?onn?.
STRAYED OR STOLEN, ON OR ABOUT
the 21st inst, s smsU YELLOW DOG, answer
iug to the name of "Buff," marked with white on
his lace around his neck, and ou his teet A ra ward
?will bp given for any information conoeming the
same, if left at No. 7 VAND&BHOBST-STREET.
January 31 2*
?H C)f\ RE WARD-LOST, ON THE 17th
MD?V_/ of January, a BUNCH OF BEAUTIFUL'
FtiiUNoH CHAltMS, three in number, consisting ot
a Vinagre tte. S uall Locket and a View of Paris. In?
quire at the DETECTIVE OFFICE.
LOST, ON THE CARS BETWEEN
Eingsville and this city, a RED BUSblA LEA?
THER Tu ta M ON NA IE, containing 826 in money
and a rte* ticket on the road in the name ol Miss
Hoffman. Any one finding the same will bs suitably
rewarded by leaving lt at THIS OFFICE.
** DRT HT^MT^L^CKLEY?
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE AND RESIDENCE
to HABEL STREET, No. 70, four or five doon
ease ol the Post?nico. January 30
BLIN Ot Rf- BOLL,
CABINET MAKERS, UPHOLSTERERS. CARV?
ERS, TURNERS AND FRESCO PAINTERS..
No. 60 MARKET-STREET.
Mr. H. BLIN having associated himself with Mr.
A. REBOUL, b' gs leave to announce to his friends
and patrons that they are prepared to execute any
work in tho above line, vu: UPHOLSTERING,
CABINET MAKING, and DECORATIVE WORK ol
any deeorlpUon, done at short notice.
Mr. REBOUL being a Fresco Decorator, ls prepar?
ed to decorate Walls, Ceilings, ic. Designs ot Fresco
Work furnished. fmw 2mos December 27
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKMN't) HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unt?<iing remedy for aU Dis?
eases ot the Digestive Organ? and th* Livor. For
sale by all Druggist*.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis
eases of th* Digestive Organ? and th* Liver. For
sale by all Dnnrgists.
T\ON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
Jj TED SOUTHEBN TONIC, PANENIN'rt HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and th* Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
DO?'TFAIL TOTRT THE CELEBRA?
TED NOUTHERN TONIC. PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfa?ing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestivo Organs and the Liver. For
sal* by aU Druggiatii.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Oigan* and th* Liver. For
sale by ali Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PA PIC BITTERS, an unrxoiing remedy for all Dis?
eases of tbo Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sala by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for aU Dis
?o?es of th* Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTER?, an unfailing remedy for aU Dis
gases of th* Digestive Organs and th* Liver. For
sale by all Druggists
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TOMC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an uuialiing remedy for ah Dis- 1
^as^.s ol the Digestiva Organs and the Liver. For
tale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA- ;
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE- !
PATIO BETTERS, an unfa?ing remedy for all Dls
aves ot the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For !
tale by all Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TE^ SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC B TTE RS, an unfailing remedy for aU Dis- ]
'asea of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For 1
?le by all Druggists. lyx November 27 (
to plant on hundred or moro acres Sea Island
Cotton. Lfb.ralierma offered, and arrangements
made so as to re aire ?ut one-third amount at this
time. Lands fire; been planted but once ainoe 1861,
and have yielded as high as 155 pounds per sere.
Address "lt. w." Charleston P. 0., stating where
interview can bihad. 3? January 30
"VTOTICia.-4 WISH TO INVEST PI VE
J3I Hundr. o iollars in 'O ?e sate, lucrative busi?
ness, with or witont employment to the advertiser.
State business, vith /all samo. Address A. F. M.,
Daily Newt- offlc. tuf2? January 28
DIERS to ingage in a business in their own
conn ti es paying -om 5150 to $200 per month
Address J. P. MILLER & CO.,
January ll imo*_philadelphia, Pa.
WANTED, BY A YOUNG LADY. A
Situations Governess, or to take charge of a
Female Academy in North or South Carolina. She
can teach all the?nglish Branches usually taught in
Southern Lia ti tu io nv, also Music, and the Rudi?
ments dt lien ch and ia capable of preparing youug
ladies for College Good references can be given.
Address, steting alary, Miss "A. J. 0.," Wilming?
ton, N. c. _Janna, y 8
WANTH.D, V SITUATION AS FORE?
MAN or Oersoer on a plantation. Referen
ces aa to chare ter and competency furnished.
Address, a ta Ung Reality and compensation, L. H.,
Rews Office. January 3
WANTED, FY AN EXPERIENCED AC?
COUNTANT and good P? nman, any employ?
ment that would ?ecupy his attention tor a tow Louie
daily. Addreis SCRIBE, city Postoffice.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE
and Caapagns of Gen. Robert E. Lee, the
standard biogrspty of the Great Chieftain. Its offl
etsi character and ready sale, combined with an in?
creased commissoD, make it the best subscription
book ever publuhed. Send for circulai a and ste j
our terms, and afuU description of the work. Ad?
dress, National Ribliahing Company, Atlanta, Ga.
December 27 _ , 2moa?
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHEKE,
to sell th) MAGIC CLEANSING CREAM.
Sample doz., terna, chow cards, etc., sent on receipt
of ?2. . . 1 DJOOMMINGS b CO.,
No 42 South Market street, Boston.
November 25 311308
OAKDCAAMSE OBTAINED FROM $6
to $8 foi voek, and rooms from $5 to $8 per
month, in a largo three story brick housr, at the
head of Fraailia-street, No. 52, next to tue co rn or of
Wilson and Magazine streets, with the use of kitch?
en, servants' rooms and cistern.
January 14 _mwf
EE Al O V A li-BOARDIN G.-MRS. A.
TRACT having removed her Boarding Estab
liahmentfron No. 6? Church-street to No. 79 BROAD
STREET, is low prepaied to nirnish Board to a lim?
ited number of Ladies and Gentlemen. Terms mod?
?rale. December 14
J. BUEVU GIBBES'
PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING TAUGHT IN
FIFTEEN OB TWENTY LESSONS OF
ONE HOUP. EACH.
rjAHIS INSTRUCTION 18 BUBBLY PRACTICAL,
X being taught en Uroly on the system of every
day buainaa, as Merchant, Factor, Jobbing busi?
ness and Jiochsnical pursuits.
Writing and Commercial Calculations will also be
sterling Calculations, Francs reduced to Sterling
and Federal Money, Investments ot Gold In Federal
Money, Federal Currency into Gold, Investments
of Gold, Atc, and all needful information to perfect
gentlemen and youths for entering into business
with prospects of success.
SYSTEM is the first thing taught in my School,
and, without lt no one ls a business man.
J. REE VE GIBBES,
No. 46 BROAD-STREET.
January 18 mwf2moa
URSULINE ACADEM1, VALLE CRUSIS,
NEAB COLUMBIA, S. C.
UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE BIGHT
Rev. Bishop Lynch,
'the First souslon of 1858 will begin on tho lit
February and .sd on the lat July.
Por circulars address the
Jan nary 13 imo MOTHER SUPERIOR.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
THE SPRING Ti RM Ob' TH IS INSTITUTION
will open tue 16th of February, and close the
Suth of June.
! _ xxrxNsxs.
For Circular, address
JNO. P. LANNEAU,
NIGHT SCHOOL I NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. 35 WENTWOB TH-STBEET, LECTURE BOOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN OHUBCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, HEADING, GERMAN and
KNOLLS ti GUAM MAR are from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December 2_C. H. BEBGMANN.
THE FALTi TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Spartenburg, S. C., wul opea October 3d, 1867.
The President, Rev. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D., wul
be aided by competent experienced teachers in
Board for half year.$70.00
Contingent Fee. 2.00
Music and all the Ornamental Branches very low.
Those wishing to patronise the School will please
address the President Itu August 9
J^C?SKLL'S BOOK STORE,
No. 285 KING-STREET.
WEEKLY LIST OF NEW WORKS AND NEW
BISHOP GREGG'S OLD CHEBAWS. A History
cf the old Obersws, containing an account or tbs
Aborigines of the Pee Dee, the first White .-ettlu
ments, their subsequent progresa, civil changes, the
straggle ot the Revolution, Ac, extending from
about 1730 to 1810, with notices ot fa nilli es and
sketches of individuals. By Right Rev. Alexander
Gregg, D. D., Bishop of Texas. 1 vcl., 8vo. S3.
DANTE-the Divine Comedy of Dante Alighieri.
Trana la tod by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow. 3
vols., imperial 8vo. 115.
THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF GOD
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THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY. AT FLOR?
ENCE, S. C., offers an excellent medium to
Merchante and ethers who wish to extend their
justness in the Pee Dee section of the State. Rates
>f advertising very reasonable. September 16
G EK3IAV VULVNTEER ASSOCIATION.
AN EXTR\ MEE?INO OF THIS'ASSOCIATION
will be held To-Niyht (friday), January 3ist,
at 7 o'olook, at our Hall, corner King and Calhoun
The Committees are requested to be ready to make
final reporta, and punctual attendance ia requested,
SB matters of importance will be brought before the
By order. GUST. HOFFI?EYER,
January 31 . 1* Secretary.
ST. BAN DREW'S SOCIB.TT.
THE R-GULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
hold at the South Carolina Hall, This Evening,
at 7 o'clock. WILLIAM PAUL, Secretary.
January 31 1
ORANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. P. M.)
ri WERE WILL BE AN EXTRA i'OMMUNIC Al ION
jl of this Lodge, This (Friday) Evening, at Masonic
Hall, at 7 >i P M. Mem bera will take due notice and
govern themselves accordlnely.
By order of the W. M.
R. S. CATHCART, Secretary.
Candidates for the F. C. Degree will please attend.
January 31 1
BIBLE SOCIETY OF CHARLESTON.
rXVHE FDTTY.f-EVBNTH ANNIVERSARY OF THT-!
JL Society will be celebrated on Sunday Evening
next, February 2d, at Grace Church, commencing
at 7 o'clock precisely, when after the reading of the
Annual Report of the Board by the Rev. John T.
Wightman, appropriate addressee on the occasion
will be delivered by the Rev. C. C. Plnckney and the
Hon. C. G. Memminger. The public, and aU friend.
j to the Bible cause, are cordially Invited to attend.
At the close of the exercises a collection will betaken
up. The Board of Managers feel the necessity of re?
viving the efforts of the Society in circulating the
Bible. They would earnestly appeal to the itizens
of Charleston to enroll their names aa members.
The payment of two dollars annually constitute?
Rev. C. P. GADSDEN, ) Committee
Rev. JOHN T. WIGHTMAN, J Of
SAMUEL J. WAGNER, ) Arrangement s.
January 30 3
OFFICE CHARLESTON GASLIGHT
JANUABT 22, 1868.
nriHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE 8TOCK
JL HOLDERS 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 bo submitted and election held for Presi?
dent and Eight Directors to s ;rve for the ensuing
twelve months. W. J. HERIOT,
January 23 Secretary and Treasurer.
ANNUAL ME?,TING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS OF THE 80UTII CAROLINA RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY AND OF THE SOUTHWEST?
ERN RAILROAD BANE.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCK?
HOLDERS of the above institutions will be
held tn tho City of Charleston on the 2d Tuesday lu
February next, the 11th day of that month. Place
of meeting, Hall of the Southwestern Railroad Bank,
in Broad-street Hour of convening, ll o'clock,
On the day rollo? lng, Wednesday, the 12lh, there
will be sn election held at the same place, between
the hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M., for fifteen Direc?
tors of the Railroad Company, and thirteen Direc?
tors for the Bank.
A Committee to verify proxies will attend.
Stockholders will be passed aa usual over the
Road, to and from the meeting, free of charge, tn
accordance with tho resolution of the convention of
1854. J. R. EMERY,
January 3 ftuf9 Secretary.
STATE BUKDS ANi> S??Ct
?U-t A AAA OLD STATE BONDS
J?XU?UUl/ 10,000 NEW STATE BONDS
~ 10.OC0 OLD STATE ST? .OE.
Wanted by H. H. DzLEON,
January 31 1 No. 24 Broad-street.
TO rnovrp'B roa xax LIQUIDATION or THS IKTEBXST
OK rr s T'EST or TBS cm WHICH ACCEDED OM 31ST
DAT ult rxcEMDEH LAST.
Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in City
Council asttmbUd.I'Lai for the purpose of liquidating
the interest on the public debt ol the city, which
accrued on the 31st day of December last, Six Per
Cent Stock, obligatory on the corporation of the
City of Charleston, shall be issued under the direc?
tion of the Mayor to the persons holding Stocka or
Bonds ot the City, and entitled to receive the inter?
est accrued thereon at the time above stated, the
said Stock to Lear interest alter the rate of six per
cent per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable in
thirty years from dato: Provided, That no part of
said Stock shall bc Issued for any sum le?s than
twenty dollars, or tor any fractional part of a dollar.
Provided, also, that all sums for lusa than twenty
do?.rs and tor lractional parts of a dollur shall bo
paid in City Bi. ls.
Kn, 2. ?hat tho form of certificates and mode of
transfer oi said Stock sbill be subject to the ian
regulations BB now exist in relation to other Six Per
n.-A g I n.lfn nt^K^fljiron ,.,,_
Ja ciliary, in the year of our L?r??ouTWo?B?nd"
eight hundred and sixty-eight.
ft" a ] . P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
AN ORDINANCE: ' /
TO ABOLISH THE omox or HEETEB OF ST. MI?
Be it ordained, That ths office of Keeper of St
Michael's Clock be, and the same ls hereby
Ratified in City Council this twenty-eighth day of
January, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight honored and sixty-eight.
[L. a.] P. C. GAILLARD, Msyor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
January 31 20
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTEBY,
For January 30-Class No. 149.
1st 2d?3d,4t5 ?,h|6,ni7'h 8'n|9'h| lu-nill'hi 12 18 14
6 681 69 76 i6| 62| 47 51 j 71 j 34| 70| 39 2 -
H. T. PETER8.
Licensed Lottery Dealer,
No. 90 Haael-street, Charleston, S. C.
Kentucky State Lottery.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., Managers.
GREAT SCHEME ON HAVANA PLAN.
To be drawn on Friday, January 81st 1368, under
the supervision of three sworn Commissioners.
OAJPITAJCJ PRIZE seo,oooi
78* Prizes t $230,650 to be distributed !
Whole Tickets, $12 ; Halves, $6 ; Quarters, $3 .
Draws every day at Covington, Kentucky. Ticket i
fr* m $1 to $10; shares in proportion. Prizes fro tn
$20 to $35,000.
Supplementary Plan so popular m all the Northen
Buyers choose their own numbers.
Tickets from 26 cents and upwarda. _
Address orders to H. T. PETERS,
Managers' Agent Office,
' No. 90 Hasel-street Charleston, 8. C.
L January 13 Imo
gHACKELFURD '&K?LLY, ~~~~
FACTORS, GENERAL COMMISSION AND
NO. 1 BOYCE'S WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
W. W. 6HAOHELFOHD. WM. A2EXK tri Jl
IL Ll S dt CHI S OLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE A ID
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON. RI CE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A. B. OHiSO.^I
JT? M. MARSHALL Si BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BR OK EMS,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, kc, BOUGHT 12?D
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?"Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, &c, e rery
Wednesday. October 19
DEUTSCHEN ARTILLERIE UNTER?
ST?TZ CS GB VEREIN,
DOER.ZRSTA Q DEN WEN FEBRUAR, lite,
ZUM VORTHKLL DEB
DE?TSOHEN LUTHEBISCHEN KIRCHE,
Anfanr 7 Uhr. DAS COMMITES.
Januaiy81 1 fw2*
SEWING SOCIETY OF THE CH?BCH OF
THE HOLY COMMUNION
WILL OPEN A '
PROA [EVADE AND REFRESHMENT
AT SHH HALL OVER THE ADAMS' EXPBE88
Company'? Office, in Meeting-street, on Thursday
and Friday Ettuingt text, at 7 o'clock, ind on Sat?
urday :xom 12 o'clock M. till 9 P. M.
Adm ? Unce 26 cents; Children 10 cents.
The Street Cars will make an extra trip at the
close cf the entertainment each night.
FDW^RD BEBBINO. I HUTSON LEE.
J. D. ALEXANDER. WM. CROVAIT. .
H. L. TOOMER. W. E. HASKELL. Ja.
M. T. BARTLFTT. F'D'K RI?H A RDS, Ja
E. C. fcDGEBTON. [ W. H. DAWSON.
Jan aary 29_?_?_
COPIES OF PAINTINGS
JUST RECEIVED BF DIRECT IMPORTATION
FROM GERMANY, AND NOW ON EXHI?
BITION AND FOR SALE AT
SIEGLING & ISSEBTEL'S
No. ?43 KINO, TWO DOORS BELOW
BE AUF AIN-STREET.
i. LARGE COLLECTION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC
COPIES of the MOST CELEBRATED PAINTINGS
of Ihs Dresdon Gallery and the Louvre at Farts, by
ItAPHAEL, - TITIAN,
RUBENS, COBBEGGIO, 1
VAN DTK, BEIN,
HOLBEIN, MURILLO, -'" "4
BATTONI, CAELO DOLCE,
These pictures are of the most exquisite flnieh,
ar d offered as single copies or in sets, also In Album
cc flections of 12, 30 or 56 selected pictures, elegant
ly bound, and suitable for the centre table of thc
The above being something entirely new and rep
tt sen ting tho most popular of the celebrated works,
would add much to the ornament of the parlor oi
A part of the above collection will be disposed oi
EVERY CHANCE RECEIVING A PRIZE. TEI
I .lat ls now open at the Gaiety.
?EGLING ?i ISSERTEL, Artists,
No. 343 King-street, below Beaufaln.
mm BILLIARD SALOON,
Corner of King and Market-sis.,
phed with the best of
LIQUORS AND 8EGAR8,
Freshly Imported from New York,
In consideration of hard tunes the price for lum
rles will be reduced.
Amateurs of tho game of Billiards axe respectful!;
invited to visit the Saloon. January 17 '
J) M V L K A l7
No. 145 EAST BAY,
MANUFACTUREES' AGENT FOR THE SALE Ol
ALL GRADES OF
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO.
A large assortment always on hand-whole, half;
and quarter boxes, at prices varying from 30 cents tc
$12? p. r pound. Smoking Tooaoco in barrels of lue
pounds each, from 20 cents to 40o. per pound, Gena
ino Durham Smoking Tobacco, 60 cents per pound,
Ordern solicited. Terms cash.
January 6_ mwflyr
$rjohs, Stationen), ?r.
(LATE M. M QUINN.)
Up-Town Bock and News Depot,
No. 357 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL
THE LATEST PUBLICATIONS, suoh as
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, Ac; par
I ties llvlcg no town will and it convenient to give
me a call, and can rely on getting their papers
regular. City papers sold and subscriptions taken
for all Papera and Magazine?. Foreign Papers
and Reviews ordered for regular subscriben.
Particular attention pata to orders from the coun?
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS alwsys kept
on band. 3mo November 21
CHABLE8T0N, S, C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING TAKEN CHARGE
of the above well known Hotel, respectfully In?
forms his friends and the travelling public that it
has been REFURNISHED IN ALL OF ITS DEPART?
MENTS. The table will at all timos be supplied
with THE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS, includ
ing every delicacy in season, while tho cuisine will
bc unexceptionable. The Bath Rooms attached to
the Hotel are supplied with the celebrated Artesian
Water, and HoT, COLD OR SHOWER BATHS can
be obtained at any time. Tho same attention will
be paid to tho comfort of tho gueato os heretofore
sud travellers can rely upon finding the Charlestcn
Hotel equal to auy in tho United States. The pan., a -
age of the travelling public ls respectfully soUcitf-d.
J. P. HORBACH, Agent,
January 6_2m o_Proprieto..
VTBW YORK HOTEL,
BROADWAY, N. Y.
D. M. HILDRETH,
PBOPBTETOB OF THE .
GREENVILLE, S. c.
^ ILLI AM IRVIN,
PBOPBTETOB OF THE
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
_ PBOPBIETOBS :
S*? ^?H?&?.0f New Orleans
W. F. CORKERY...ot Spottswood Hotel, Richmond
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Rotunda of Hot? .
B?CO.N^ SIDES AND SHOULD
? . E:as.
-I ?T BHDS. PRIME C. ii. SIDES
J.O 40 hhds. prime Bibbed Sides
16 bilde, prims Jbomders
16 bids. Plantai ion Shoulders.
Ia store, and fur salo lc w by
JEFFORDS k CO.,
January 30 8 No. 30 Vendue Bange.
~ HATr~HAXI ;
CAA BALES BRIME SOUTH C AR OL LS A HAT.
OUu For sale in quantities to suit purchasers ,
and deUTered iree of chsrg?.
. m WC KINSMAN,
Januarys! a_No. 163 East Bay.
^CiCi 5??5?LS "WILSON'S" SSA ISLAND
0\J\J COTTON SEED, of finest quality.
For sale by H. W. KINSMAN,
January 31 a_No. 163 East Bay.
SEED BICE, CYPRESS SHIN
ISLES. ~ .
100,000 primo Cypress shingles.
For sale by 3HACKELFORD & KELLY
January 31_^_ lmwS"
'"''Ol&Ttf GE'S, ggg
9000 ^RFjf23, t%250X50 PBB HFN"
6000Cocoanuta * " . ..
100 dozen Pineapples, $1 to $Sperdoi?? ?
ISO bunches Banarka r. \
7 bbls. Tomatoeii - . t
-Plantains. ??aiarfaufl ?l lt?
Received per schooner '>Msy Monroe." 12.. n i
.. ALSO-, w';STojBjnc:j.. ;:oonfl
40 bbls. PRIME BED ONIONS.
For sale by . MBS. C. D. KENRICK,
January 30 thfm3? No. Bj Matksietreet
G)f\f\f\ SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT?LABOE
?\J\J\J sackt, and in fine .order, in'trtore ana
for sale by T. J. KERB k CO.
january aa -. .y.^j j_
CHOICE SEEJL> P^Ay^-'
LAN DING FR JM STEAMERS JAMES
AD GER ANTI E. B. SOUDER AND
' ' SCHOONER lA??Ht? ' \.; "
I AA BARRE!iii WESTERN BED CHOICE
AUU GENUTNli SEED w
100 barrell Garnet ChiE U?tvji . i?
60 barrels Yellow Pink Eyes . .
. 60 barrell Prime Buck Eye?.
For sale by ' - H. WT KIN SHAN, u -)T'
January'i8 tufa , 0No. 163 BMtJay.c;
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
TMPOBTED DEMIJOHNS OF ALL SIZES
A Imported Bottles, In hampers - 3 .-O ? ?ovom
Bremen Lager, Bier, bottled .e
And for salo low by
. CLACTUS 4r-WrtTB,,n,; '
January 13_3mos No. SC Bast JBay.i
.. . '.. f> ?.il-', atfff y.r.b.,- :. -.
C B E?.M. -A.
rTTHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BERN APPOINTED
X agents for the sale of the aboye celebrated
AT,F., which will be delivered free of drayegVto any
point tn Chariest on. 1 hey will be in receipt weekly
of a full and ires li supply.. . - -r ?S
JOHN P. O'NEILL k SON,
January-2* fcnwSmos No. 167 Bast-Bay
FASHIONABLE BARBEE'S SALOC?N,
[IS AT _
No. 93 MARKET-STREET, .. ic'
South side, between King and Hoe ting streets.
Mr. HEUER Is a German'Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained to his bnsmaes, and is prepared to
serve his Mends and tbs pnbUo generali y in the seve?
ral branches of his art, vir:
HAIB-DRESuTNG . CUPPING
SHAMPOOING SETTING LEECHES
HALB D2TNQ _EXTRACTI8Q.TEETH
?c., kc, kc
MU CatbS. 3
H. KELLERS & CO.,
' DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECABE38, ;
No. 131 MEETTNG-STBEET, NEAR MARKET.
. FRESH ADDITIONS OP
DRUGS, JODICESEB AND CEE?S?O?tA}
?-PRESCRIPTIONS POT UP WITH CARR-8B.
Q RE AT DISCOVERY I
EVERY MAN HIS OWN ARTIST!
A SCIENTIFIC WONDER fi*1'*
An instrument by which any person can tax* cor?
rect Llkenesrea or Photographs. This instrument,
with ruE instructions, sent by mail for ont dollar.
Address a B. AMES k 00,
No. 181 Broadway, New York.
-yyiLLIAJJI H. UILLILAND ?fe SOM,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. AUCTIONEERS
OFFICE No. 38 H A YNE-STBEET,
?enisnibcr 3 .
. . M?
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BRO?
No. Ul East Bay,
January 1 3mo
CHEAP FOR CASH!
PRESSED AND PIECE PAN8 >J PT., PER DOZ?
EN, tic; 1 pt. 660.; 3 pt. ?i; 1 ort 76c; 9 qrt
$L22; 3 qr - $L38; 4 qrt $1.96; 6 qrt $2.60; 10 qrt
PIE AND DINNER PLATES, 8 ia. $6.76; 9 in.
$7.26, per fross. . .
FUNNELS-Vials COc; Pints 80c; Quarts $1.25;
2 Quarts 4 Quarts $3.00. per dozen.
WASH RAiTNS (Pressed, Plain and Japanned)
small $2.00; lavjte $3.60, pei dozen.
PRESSED CULLENDERS-small $3.00; large$4.00,
per dozen. At
NO. 16 BROAD STREET,
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.
PAINTS FOR FARMERS AND
THE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY
aro now manufacturing the best, cheapest and
moat dui ?.ble Paint in use; two coats, weU put on,
mixed with pure Linseed O?, w?l last 10 or 16 years;
it is of a light brown or beautiful chocolate oolor,
and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab,
olive or cream, to suit tho taste of the consumer.
It is valuable for Houses, Barns, Fonces, Carriage
and Car-makers, Pails and Woodenware, Agricultural
Implemeuts, Canal Boats, Vessels and Ship's Bot?
toma, Canvas, Metal and Shingle Boots (R being fire
and wate.* proof), Floor OU Cloths (one manufacturer
having used 6C0O bbls. the past year), and,' as a
paint for any purpose, is unsurpassed for body, du?
rability, elasticity and adhesiveness. Price $6 par
bbl. of 3'W tbs., which will supply a farmer for years
to come. "A arran ted in all casca os above. Send for
a circular.' which gives full particulars. None g en ulna
unless bianded in a trade mark Grafton ll mural Paint.
HOLMES k CALDER, Agents,
December 13 fmwCmo Meeting-street
THE LANCASTER LE OG ICR.
CONNORS A CARTER, PBOPBXBTOBS.
PDBII8HED EVERY WEDNESDAY. MOSSING
at Lancaster C. H., S. C. Having a large sub?
scription list, lt offers a favorablo medium to Mar
chants ind all advertisers who desire to extend
their bnainessin the ur per Districts of the Stats.
Rates of advertising bbeiai. Specimen copy of
paper sont on application. August n