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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1869.
THE CONTEXTS OE OCR CHRISTMAS
The Christmas number of THE CHARLESTON
NEWS will contain :
L Mary Gresley. An Editor's Tale. By Antho?
ny Trollope. The latest work of the popular Eng?
lish novelist, has never before been published in
LL The Scene Painter's Wife. By Miss M. E.
Braddon, the author of The Lady's Mlle, Lady
Audley's Secret, The Captain of the Vulture, Ac.
A weird and romantic tale, which wUl be read
with avidity and long remembered.
. UL The* Cannibal's Chant. A quaint an if cu?
rious poem, original la manner and subject
IT. A Narrow Escape. A lively and thrilling
?recital of an exalting adventure in the gay capital
- - ol France.
V. A Christmas Carol. A Poem,
x. TL Family Government. Jesse B. Grant's part
In the Administration-an ower true tale of the
VIL The Modern Knight. A Poem.
TUL Ejected by a Ghost. A startling and awe
inspiring story to read on Christmas night.
EC AU about Alaska and its Inhabitants. A
tale of Nine Millions^
X Sea Island Cotton Planting. A valuable
article upon an important subject by thc Ron. ,
Jno. w. R. Pope. (
?211. Fult Nomlnls Umbra. The identity of
- Junius settled at last.
Miscellaneous: Under London Bridge. Thc
.Roman Amphitheatre. The Philosophy of Dreams.
The Life of a Female Singer. Housekeeping in
Borne. The Dakotah WUd Mau, and a variety of <
?thar c ocasional articles and poems.
NEWS OE THE DAT.
-Gold closed at New York yesterday at 20|.
-The New York cotton market was quiet and
ateady at 25>?c; sales 1300 bales. I i
-At Liverpool cotton was steady; uplands
lltfd; Orleans llXd; sales 12,000 bales.
-Wilmington, N. C, paves her streets with saw?
- -A State Female Suffrage Convention is to
meet m San Francisco . rnuary 20. I '
-A game of chess 1? .;ing ten years has Just i
.been decided. One of the players Uves m Ger- ,
many, the other la New York.
-John Brougham ls In Buffalo, Mrs. D. P. Bow
era ia m New Orleans, and John E. Owens ls la
-One thousand dollars reward has been offered i
.ia New York by a mother for the recovery of her
. child, seven years old, "stolen" by thc father, who
has been divorced from the mother.
-Governor Halght, of California, in his mes?
sage just at hand, takes ground against Chinese 1
Immigration, bat favors the admission of Chinese
. testimony in the courts. j
-General Oanby has ordered the payment, on
Mew Year's day, of one per cent, of the Interest (
due on the Virginia State bonds, both coupon and
registered, on the 1st of January last.
-In a street affray in New Orleans last Friday, >
Mr. P. V. Ducros, secretary of thc Knickerbocker I
Insurance Company, shot and mortally wounded ]
Mr. E. J. Byrd. The parties are connected by ,
marriage, and the encounter grew out of family j
-The Richardson-McFarland case is to bc rc- ,
wived in the Surrogate's Court, In New York, In a
contest for his property. Mr. Richardson did not
make a will, and hts relatives Intend to contest :
the legality of the death-bed marriage, on thc '
.ground that the dying bridegroom was under the '
Influence of opiates at the time, and did not know I
what he was about. i
-In consequence of thc recent seizure of all the
sugar in the bonded warehouses of New York and
Brooklyn, for alleged frauds In weighing, trade In ,
that article has been seriously Interfered with, and
the price bas advanced from two and a quarter to
two and a hall cents per pound, according to
grade. A contemporary hopes that lt will nut
turn out by and by that thc officers engaged in
making the seizure were In a combination to get
op a corner m sugar, and Invoked the power of
government to do what they lacked the nerve and
-capital to accomplish m the usual way. But
-stranger things have happened.
-The sharpest censures bestowed upon the
."bigamous wedding" In New York are by thc
.religious press. The Cathohc press, holding strict
notions upon the sanctity of thc marriage tic,
have been poirTtadly condemnatory of thc affair,
but not much more so than the organs of thc
Episcopalians, the Methodists, tue Baptists, Pres?
byterians and Congregationalists. Thc Church?
man, (Episcopalian,) Ina review of the conductor
Messrs. Frothlngham and Beecher, says positive*
ly: "It was a gratuitous piece of wrong doing.
It could be nothing but the merest fora, and its I
sole meaning was to give an additional pang to
the murderer, and to throw contempt upou the
law of the State of New York and the holy or JI-I
nance of God, neither of which would sanction I
-Apropos of the "equal rights" business lu
Washington, "Mack" tells this story: "Anegro
member or Council recently offered and secured I
the passage or an ordinance deny ing license to j ;
any restaurant or place of amusement mat refused j
to treat negro customers on a perfect equality
?with whites. The father or that measure ls thc
.owner of the priucipal barber shop in the
.city. While one of bis workmen was scrap- I
lng my chin the other day, I asked him
If he ever had any colored customers? 'NJ. J
sab, we don't shave no nlggas In dis j
.shop.' was the prompt reply, 'nut,' sall I.
..suppose a colored .man were to come in and sit I
flown In one nf the chairs, like I do, what would j '
jon do?' 'Put him our. sahl 8o:ne shops'll I j
Shave nlggas, but dis is. too 'npectiibie tor ?in:.. (
?.Yon wouldn't refuse io shave tho colored Con
rgressmeu from Louisiana, would your 'Yes, I'
aah. Wouldn't shave no niggas. no how-even if
. dey was President. One o' General Grant's nig- <
gas carno here one day-but he didn't git no i
shave- uo, sr.h. Wese got all we can do to shave j
jfle white folk-1, and don't want no niggas.' "
-Tie bushwhackers who attacked Mr. Turnor, \
. of Spartanburg, on tho 8th', and wounded his
d-iugatcr, have since set Ure to his home and ! ]
poured a volley into the room w here his wife and
family were sleeping. The Gazette, of Wednes?
day, says: "Last Friday night the revenue officers
of this county seized a still of James Cantrell, liv?
ing within two miles of Turner. On Sunday night
last a second party of armed men, disguised, vis?
ited the premises of Mr. Turner, and, after firing
about ninety shots into thc house where bia wife
and family were sleeping, set Ure to his smoke?
house, fodder crib and other outbuildings, and
threw into the flames his carriage, wag?
on and buggy. They then burst open the
door of his dwelling house, destroyed a
portion of his furniture, and threatened
to shoot his wife who was lying in bcd sick, and
sought for Mr. Turner who, fortunately, was
spending the night In town. Arter this hazard?
ous assault upon a defenceless woman and six
children the valiant party retired. There were
eight in the party which entered thc house-their
faces blacked. Mr. Turner's son recognized two
of them, and on Monday took out warrants for
the arrest of James Cantwell and Mathew Burke.
The sheriff immediately started out und arrested
James Cantwell, who ls now lying In Mathew
Burke could not be found. This outr.. is a mat?
ter which appeals to every good citlic- n Spar
THE CHRISTMAS NEWS.
LIGHT BEADING FOE THE HOLIDAYS.
A Hint to Advertisers.
THE CHARLESTON NEWS will be issued to?
morrow (Saturday) morning, Dec. 25th, in
the form of a largo quarto sheet of eight
pagos, or double its present size, made up
especially for Christmas, of a choice and
readable variety of
STORIES, SKETCHES AND POEMS, a
In additiou to the usual miscellany of edito?
rial matter, telegrams, correspondence and
local and general intelligence.
The Christmas NEWS will be sent to tiie
subscribers to our Tri-Weekly as well as our
Daily issue; and as a very large extra edi?
tion will be printed, an excellent opportu?
nity, will be afforded our advertising friends
of bringing their anuouncemonts, without in?
creased charge, before a larger number of
readers probably than is addressed by any
other 8ingl%newspaper in the South.
_?5y*Newsmen will please send in their or
dersns soon as possible.
Mr. Horace Greeley has written "a second
'letter to General Butler" through tho col?
umns of the New York Tribune, and mauls
the hero of New Orleans and Bermuda Hun?
dreds, aecause he is still unwilling to enfran?
chise any but thc man "who bas fully repen
"ted of" the part hfe took in the rebellion.
General Butler, it must be said, did not
mince matters in replying to the first letter
jf the philosopher of the Tribute. He said :
"I think now that bad an example been made
"of some half-dozen, more or less, of the
"leading traitors of the South," at this day
"all matters in the rebel States which now
"disturb public peace" would have been
settled. Again, "it is not the ex-rebel to
"whom I am opposed, but the present rebel,
"who is only restrained by the strong arm
"of the government from showing the inten
"sity of his hate and the bitterness of his
"malignity toward the Union." AnJ, with
st great deal of truth, "It is but justice to
"say that I have lound but few such in the
"Confederate army. It has been among the
" 'bomb-proofs' who found safo and soft
"places at home in the Confederacy, and
"especially the newspaper editors of the
"South, in -vaom I find such hatred of all
"that is loyal and patriotic-men who seem :
"to feel themselves obliged to make up for
"their want of activity during the war by
"the exhibition of their malignity since thc
"war-precisely as in thc North some of the
"same class seem in like manner endeavor?
ing to atoue for the bitterness with which
"they required the war to be prosecuted by
"urging 'universal amnesty' since."
This home thrust brings us back to Mr.
greeley aud his eloquent denunciation of vi?
carious punishments, lie says:
"I shall differ from you then ns I differ from
you now. I believe thc killing or many, or
lew, or one, of thc Confederate chiefs at any
Limo alter thc complete overthrow and col?
lapse of their revolt would have been a fearful,
jhastly blunder, Bowing seeds of bittern csa
ind wrath that must have borne evil fruit
throughout future ages. I dislike vicarious
punishments altogether; and I realize thut In
this case they would convey to the spared
rebels this monition : 'You, too, deserve hang?
ing; but then you arc Insignificant, und hemp
ls dear.' It would have boen a potent of no?
bility for generations at thc South to be able to
claim kinship with one who was tried, con?
victed and executed os one of the Confederate
'leaders.' Their death would have opened a
deep abyss between those who fought for and
those who fought a;rainst the Union. One life
thus taken would have rankled more and longer
than a hundred thousand sacrificed tn fair,
manly collision on the Held of battle."
This is all that we care to quote; for lt is
evident that Mr. Greeley does not dream that
there are punishments more terrible tliun
the cord or the bullet, which are still '.fear?
ful, ghastly blunders," which have rankled
and do rankle more than a hundred thou?
sand lives sacrificed In battle. To Mr. Gree?
ley it may seem that all ls gained when thc
right to exist is won. This feeling suits not
thia Southern clime. In South Carolina
them ia such a Hiing as personal dishonor,
apart from physical suffering; and what is
felt in thc Carolin?? is felt in Virginia and
in every State of tho South. The hemp
which was "too dear" VJ be usod would have
becd no shame, no disgrace Tiiey who had
laced the glinting steel and Binging bullet,
while Mr. Groeley wrote leaders in safoty in
Gotham, could meet and overcome tho gal?
lows. If they failed; if they could bear the
steel and uot the rope; if death for the
South was a glory or a shame us it came on
tented flold or in prison yard; these men
were not soldiers, not Southern men-and
Mr. Greeley is heartily welcome to them.
Tho votes of mon who betrayed their own
people may be a gain to Radicalism, but aa'
no loss to us.
And for what have we to thank even the
Greeley faction of the Radical party? They
J id not hang our lenders, they did not con?
fiscate- ull our property, they did not thrust
livery man who wore the #ruy into loath?
some dungeons. J This they darod uot do !
rhey con ion tod thenisdves with camping
jui?ide of the constitution, with ruling sov?
ereign States u3 military satrapies, with
manipulating the States to the greater profit
ind advantage of the grand liadieil party, j
rids was what they imposed upon tn as a 1
people. They went f driller. TL ey torc the
government from the hands of pure and ca?
pable men ; they made us subject to knaves
and tricksters; they dishonored all that was
honorable, made cheap all that was dea*;
they put our ?laves on the judgment seat,
and set them up in authority over educated
white men and refined white women. They
toiled and strove day and night and month
after month, to set the heel of the negro on
the neck of the white man; and now a Hor?
ace Greeley claims credit for his crew be?
cause our leaders were not sent to the gal?
Mr. Greeley admits that the ignominious
death of tho Confederate leaders "would
"have rankled more and longer than a hun
"dred thousand sacriticeil in fair, manly col
"lision on the field of battle;" and he says
"In short, if there bc one lesson written all
over thc face of history, lt seems to me that .
'pride goeth belore ' destruction'-that tho
conqueror in a civil feud who has glutted Iiis
vengeance stands often very near lils Anal
The wrongs we have borne are greater
than tfie wrongs of hemp and iron, and they
rankle more. The conqueror has indulged
his vengeance and indulges it still. Wc ex?
pect nothing less. But we can give back
scorn for scorn with interest. This Union
may hold tho South while girt about with
iron; but a "Union of hearts and Union of |
"hands" there never will be, except against
that very Radical revolutionary party of
which Mr. Greeley desires to be the per?
manent head and front.
A Queer Proceeding.
The more we hear of th? handsome Christ?
mas gift which our immaculate legislators
have voted themselves, in tho shape of their
per J?ftn for the holidays-in advance-thu
more modest and consistent appears their
action. Kseems that ?ie concurrent resolu?
tion fur the advance payment originated in tho
House, and provided for an allowance of thc
ver diem up to January 1. This was sent to
the Senate, and so shocked the virtuous im?
pulses of that august body that thc resolu?
tion was instantly amended so as to allow
the drawing of pay only up to December 23 ;
and iu this form the measure was sent back
to the House. A committee of conference
waffasked, and the House speedily succeeded
in convincing the Senate that it didn't know
its own mind. So, instead of a compromise
between December 23 and January 1, the
committee reported buck the resolution
amended so aa to give thc pay, up to January
4-the form in which it was tfhalry passed
WK PRINT lids morning a long and strong
speech ia defence of the "Done Bill," deliv?
ered by Mr. Corbin in thc Senate on Wcd
nomiay. What we aim nt in opposing thc
monopoly is not to allow any mon of any
class to continue to take the nodules without
payment, but to give nil hands a fair chance
of carrying on the work when and where
they please, provided they pay n fair rent or
royalty to the State.
TUE State Senate ou Wednesday adopted
a resolution, Introduced by Corbin, instruct?
ing thc Judiciary Committee to investigate
and report upon thc operations of the
courts in the second and seventh circuits
presided over rcsi)ectively by Judges Platt
and Vernon.' What's in the wind?
WANTS OF ALL KINDS CAN BE
made known to everybody In this column
AI the rate of 25 cents for twenty words or less
each insertion, If paid in advance.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, AN
elderly WOMAN, without Family, to act
as .Nurse. Good references required. Apply at
No. au Ashley street. _ decal 2*
WANTED, A LAD TO RUN As NEWS?
BOY on the South Carolina Railroad. Ap
|>lv IO 0OINEST A MARTIN, No. 527 Klug, opposite
Ann street. deo24
WANTED, A COLORED SERVANT
to do Cooking ?iud Housework for a small
family. Aj?ply at No. 14 Felix street, dec24 1
AGIRL WANTED TO ASSIST IN GEN?
ERAI, housework. Apply to E. E. RED?
FORD. No. 2? Montague street, near Smith,
i loci"? 2
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE
GIRL or WOMAN, to go into thc Country
io take charge of Children. References required.
Apply ni thl-iofltee. decgw*
WANTED, A GERMAN GIRL TO MIND
a child and attend about the house. One
with recommendations win hear of a good situa?
tion. Apply at thia ofllce. detnu
TTTANTED, A YOUNO MAN AS AS~
VT BISTANT BOOKKEEPER; one who writes
a good huud mid ls competent to take chtirgc of a
.?et of books. Address Key Box No. Mrj, I'.wt
ofllee. dOc22 .T*
TTTANTED, A WHITE WOMAN, CAPA
VT IH.K of cutting und Otting children's
clothes, ami who h a good seamstress. Apply at
No. M Meeting street. rteclO
WANTED, A SITUATION AS SUPER?
INTENDENT on a Rice Plantation by a oue
armed mau, who ha? seven years' experience in
Rice culture, and good recommendations from lila
former employers. Please address W. Ii. W.,
Charleston, s. C. decs
WANTED, A HOUSE, NEAR THE
central purl of thc city, containing five or
six rooms, with good outbuildings ami water.
Address 1>. nt this oillec. scpt28
AYOUNO LADY OF CHARLESTON
desiras a situai lon as Governess In a private
mmtly. A moderate salary only required. Ex?
cellent recommendation given. Address "E. L.
C.," Box No. 307, Charleston, S. C.
WANTED, AGENTS.-TWO HUNDRED
and Fifty Dollars per month, to sell Hie
only Genuine Improved Common Sense Family
SEWING MACHINE. Prloe only $18. Orcat In?
ducements to Agents. This ls the most popular
SewingM&chiacof the day-makes thc famous
"Elastic Rock Stitch"-will do any ktnd of work
that can be done on any machine. One hundred
thousand sold and thc demand constantly In?
creasing. Now ls thc time to tako an agency.
Send for Circulara, ny Beware of lufrlngers.-ivo
Address SECOMB A 00., Boston, Mass.; Iltts
burg. Pa., or St. Louts. Mo. oot29 Ssios
?anb for Gale.
VALUABLE TIMBEE LANDS AND
STEAM SAW MILLS FOR SALE.-I will sell
.-.U.O0? acres of LAND ami FOUR STEAM SAW
MILLS, situated in Collctoa County, 8. C., ou the
These Lands have an unlimited Supply of the
very ii'iesi pine umber, and also linc fatalities tor
running machinery willi water power. All the
Milla are now in successful openuion, and ure
connected with the river either by canal or rail?
road. Location healthy, water excellent, und
Lands well udaptod for oom, cotton, rice or
I will sell these Lands in a body or divide them
into tracts to suit purchasers.
I'or runtier particulars, apply to JOUST. JEN?
NI NOS. George's Station, S. C. Railroad.
decs fra w?tn os*
FOR SALE OR RENT, A PLANTATION
Situated on the Asiiloy River, a few miles
Iroin Hie city, containing ulsmt one hundred
aerea, one-half cleared, with comfortable dwell?
ing and necessary outbuildings. If not sold liv
Hie 2uth instant, the owner will be willing lu kit.
the premises to u retranslate party with asman
capital, to bu planted ou shares. For furihor in?
formation apply to Yenning'* Wharf, south of
Calhoun street. doo!
IT" LURID A LAND i-' o it TA TTE". - A
' valuable PLANTATION of Svj acres In Ma?
rion County, Florida, ls ottered at private sale,
about me half cleared and under cultivation;
jiau best hammock. This Plantation is one oi
the most desirable in the state; is very produc?
tive for Conon. Rice, Corn, Sugar, Vegetables,
ftc: a!-?) One for Oranges and other Fruits; tl
located ni one of the healthiest uud most plea*
;ant neighborhoods in the State, being convcul
tul to railroads, churches, Ac. Apply to A. B.
MULLIGAN, cotton Factor, Accommodation
vYbaif, Charleston, S. C. B0YT2
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE
COMPANY.-Attend an Extra Meeting of
your Company, THIS EVENING, at half-past "
By order. ALEX. DUNCAN,
SELECT SCHOOL FOB BOYS, No. 101
BROAD STREET, WM. P. DKSAUSSURE,
PRINCIPAL.-The Exercises of this School will be
commenced on MONDAY. January 3. 1870.
N. B. For circulars with terms, apply to the
Principal. dee24 o
^Dissolutions of Oapartnarsrnp.
NOTICE. -WHEREAS, A COPARTNER?
SHIP has heretofore existed between LEW?
IS A. STRUBEL and THOMAS M. STOKES, under
the style and name of STRUBEL A STOKES,
which said Copartnership has been this day dis?
solved by mutual consent.
STROBEL A STOKES.
Graham's Ferry, December 21,1889.
FOR SALE, A CHOICE LOT OF SAD?
DLE and Draft HORSES and MARES. In?
quire at No. 52 State street._ilec24 2*
FOR SAL?TA HO USB IN RUTLEDGE
Avenue, No. 34, opposite Bee street. Apply
to BOWERS A S1LC0X, No. 506 King street.
NORTHERN POTATOES AND GAME.
Just received by steamer, from New York,
a tine lot or TURKEYS, Geese, Ducks, Calpons,
G rouse, Ac. Will besohl cheap, by TIIUMAS MUR?
PHY, No. 81 Market street._dcc22 Z*
FOR SALE, A FINE DWELLDXG IN
thc centre of thc city and convenient tobusl
ness, with six large square rooms and three dress?
ing rooms, and outbuildings necessary, In fine
order. Inquire at this office._dec22
FOR SALE, THE NEW SCHOONER
FRANCES ANN, 31 310 tona register, well
found, and suitable to carrying nee, wood and
phosphates. Apply to RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
Accommodation Wharf. dec21
FOR SALE, AN EXCELLENT VARIE
TY or UPLAND COTTON SEED. Delivered
at the South Carolina Railroad, In bags of two
bushels, SI SO per bushel for four bushels or less,
$1 25 per bushel for six bushels or more. Apply
to GEORGE E. WHALEY, St. Matthew's P. U.,
Oraugeburg County, S. C._dec3 2mos
PRINTING PRESS FOR SALE AT
GREAT BARGAIN.-Une small Cylinder TAY?
LOR PRESS In complete repair. It has been but
little used, and ts sold simply because the present
owner has no uso for lt. The size nf the bed of
the Press is forty-four by fifty-eight Inciten. Said
Press will be sold at a great bargain If applied for?
at once, as the roora lt occupies is wanted for
other purposes. Addresss Box No. 3795 New York
FOR SALE, STEAM PORTABLE
CROSS-CUT OR WOOD SAWING MA?
CHINES, King's patent, suitable for cutting cord
wood, shingles, staves or clapboard blocks, and
particularly adapted to the wants or railroads,
wood contractors, wood yard, saw mill, and lum?
ber met? generally. For thia machine wc claim
precedence over nnythlng or the kind ever at?
tempted. All parties Interested and the public
arc invited to see this machine In operation daily
from ll o'clock A. M. to 1 P. M.. at the Artesian
Well Lot, corner Meeting ami Wentworth streets.
State or Couutv rights, or single machines mr
sale. Apply to" CAMERUN, BARKLEY A CO.
TO RENT, AND POSSESSION GIVEN
oi thc first of January next, a FARM on
Meeting street road, Joining tho city boundary,
containing sixteen acr<nfl? Apply to C. WH1TTE
MORE, No. 6 Radcliffe street. novi2 flu
rpo RENT. A LARGE AND WELL
JL finished store, four (4) rooms attached, at
the corner of Coming and Radcliffe streets. Ap.
ply to JOHN IL DEVEREUX, Architect, corner
Broad aud Church streets. doc-JO
BOARDING. - PRIVATE BOARDING
can he obtained upon reasonable terms at
tue King Mansion, northwest corner George and
Meeting streets. SpnclouB and very desirable
rooms can bc secured by calling upon Mrs. E. E.
OTTOLENGUI, Proprietress._dec23 2
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS AND
BUARD at Mrs. MILLER'S, No. 6 Hudson
USSELL'S BOOK STORE.
CHOICE DOOKS FOR TUE HOLIDAYS.
THE NUBILITY OF LIFE. The Nobility of Life,
its Graces und Virtues. Each quality illus?
trated by a colored drawing, exhibiting thc
very perfection or art. $ls.
The (Jeetho Gallery. Containing fifty superb Il?
lustrations engraved on steel, representing
characters fro::: Goethe's Works, In one su?
perb lmperi.il octavo volume, bound In full
morocco antiene and morocco gilt. Price
?20. Uniform with the Schiller Gallery.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louis Viardot. Illus?
trated with ino finest photographs, prepared
by the permanent autotype process, und
wood cuts. Tho Illustrations aro hcleclcd
from the Ouest works of thc italian masters,
Tennyson's Idyls or tho King. With thirty-seven
splendid steel engravings, rrom designs by
Gustave Dore. Enid, Emme, Vivien, Gfjne
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CADE M Y OF MUSIC.
A MOST DELIGFITFUL ENTERTAINMENT FOR
CH RITMAS EVE.
CHARLES DICKENS' CHRISTMAS STORY,
Dramatized by DION BOUCICAULT.
A CHRISTMAS PLAY FOR ALL WHO LOVE
DOT OR-? I DOT
TUE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH.
DOT CHIRP! I DOT
DOT j DOT
Caleb Plummer.Mr. Jos. Parker,!
DOT The Toymaker. ?DOT
'John Peerybinglc.Mr. s. L. Knapp,
DOT Dot's Husband. DOT
?Ned Plummer.Mr. H. II. Wood,
DOT From the Golden South Americas. DOT
'Tackleton.Mr. W. IL Uurton,
DOT Thc Hard Master. DOT
?Dot, John's Wife.Miss Eldridge.
DOT Bertha, the Blind Girl..Mlss Alexander. DOT
Mrs. Fielding.Mrs. Eldridge,
DOT Late of the indigo Trade, DOT
Tilly Slowbov.Mr. Sam Rvan,
DOT The Charity Girl. * DOT
Act 1-DOTS COTTAGE. Act 2-THE
DOT TOYMAKER'S HOME. Act 3-THE DOT
CHRISTMAS PARTY. Terminating
DOT with the amusing Pillow Dance. DOT
To Conclude with Ryan's Specialty,
THE IRISH TUTOR.
Dr. O'Tooic.Mr SAMUEL RYAN.
ON CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON, a most Joyous
and Delicious Holiday Entertainment, at thc
Cheap Prices- SO and 23 cents.
ON CHRISTMAS NIGHT, THE STREETS OF 1
NEW YORK, for thc Last Time positively.
ON MONDAY. THE COMIC OPERA. Seats can
now be secured. dcc24 1
A C A D E M Y OF MUSIC.
INAUGURATION OF THE OPERA SEASON.
LIGHT AND VIVACIOUS COMIC OPERA,
OFFENBACH AND LEVY.
T H* E GALTON
ENGLISH COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
MONDAY EVENING, December 27,
The performance will commence with Levy's
Comic Opera of
Or the Days of Robespierre.
Fanchette, a Laundress.Miss Susan Galton.
Pierre Poulot.Thomas Whlrtln.
Oorporal Lacroix.John Clark.
Marquis dc Beaupre.Alf. Kellcher.
Gobmouche, Mayor of Douay.Mr. Miers.
Hortense dc Laval.Miss Blanche Galton.
INCIDENTAL SONGS, DUETS AND TRIOS. "*
"Last Rose or Summer".Miss Susan Galton.
Duct-"Home of Our Youth".Miss Galton
and Alf Kellcher.
Trio-"You're Pale as Death".Miss Galton,
J. Clark and C. J. Miers.
Concerted Piece-"My Uncle Herc".
Miss S. Galton. C. J. Miers and Alf. Kellcher.
"Dtd'stThou but Know".Alf. Kclleher.
Drinking Song.John Clark.
Concerted Piece..MissSusan Galton,Alf. Kclleher,
C. J. Miers and Miss Blanche Galton.
Song-"Before my very Eyes, Slr".Miss S. Galton.
Finale.Miss Susan. Galton and Characters.
Song-"Evening," (hy Clamlus.).Mr. J. Clark.
Valse-"My Heart ls Dancing, (Molloy.).
Miss Kate Fox.
The whole to conclude with Offenbach's Comic
ROSE DE ST. FLEUR.
Lizette, Mistress of a Cabaret.Miss Susan Galton.
Marcachu, a Blacksmith.Thomas Whlilln.
In which Miss Susan Galtou will sing Benedict's
famous Song, "The Skylark;" Mr. Whlftin "The
Stew Pan" Song; Mr. Kclleher "The Shoe Song;"
and thc trio "Uncle Tom's Wedding."
TUESDAY NIGHT, Offenbach's Celebrated Op?
era, "SIXTY-SIX." To bo followed by Offen?
bach's LISCHEN AND FR1TZCHEN.
US' No change lu tho Prices of Admission.
tS~ Seats can bc secured In advance for the
entire week, or thc single night, at thc Ticket
gT. PETER'S CATHOLIC FAIR.
Will he held ot No. 140 Meeting street, opposite
Pavilion Hotel, opening on the NIGHT of thc 27th
December, and to be continued through the week.
The Hall will be opened In thc afternoon from
3 to 5; at Night from 7 to ll.
Children not admitted at night, unless with
their relatives or guardians.
Price of admission-Grown persons 25 cents;
Children 15 cents; Season tickets $1. dec20
?jgXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, PARIS,
WHEELER A WILSON.
THE GOLD M E I) A L .
LOCK-STITCH, SEWING AND BUTTON-HOLE
M A C HINES.
Thc only Gold Medal.
dee24 Bightj-tira Competitors.
I^~VOU WANT PAPER BAGS, FLOUR
SACKS, and Rags of every description, go to
. EDWARD PERRY,
No. US Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston, s. C. denn Brnos
IF YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS MADE
TO ORDER, and of Hie best material, to uny
pattern, go to
No. las Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hold,
Charleston. S. C. decM fimos
Q A~~S F 1 X TURES.
A select assortment of GAS CUAKDELIBRS,
Hall Lights, Pendants, Brackels, Portable or
Rejning Stands, Drop Lights, Argand Burners
amt Porcelain Shades, Cut and Ground Glass
Globes and Shades, ol' latest designs, just receiv?
ed, by P. L. GUILLEMIN,
No. no Church street,
dec20 mwffl _Sign of thc Star.
JQ A N 6 I N G SCHOOL.
Mons. BERGER Informs his patrons that he will
reopen his DANCING SCHOOL TO-DAY, tho Slat
Inst. The Soirees will begin on thc 8ih of Janu?
ary. Apply at No. 332 King street. .
Try 1 L L I S A CUISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Will nt lend to thc Purchase. Sale and Shipment
(lo Foreign and Domestic Ports) of COTTON,
RICE. LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
R, Wi'.MS.A. R. CUISOLM.
SHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended ut Miolr rodd incus promptly und at
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
aprllU No. ai llrnail slreet. (un amirs.I
BY PERMISSION OP THE COURT OF
For sale at Ro'all and at Low Paiera,
TUE LATE CONRAD RING'S STOCK IN
All of which ls of very recent Importations, se?
lected pcrsoually by Mr. Ring, principally from
the Messrs. Laudreth'a of Philadelphia, for tilt
nmrkot. Thc stock consists or thc best and mos'
CABBAGE SEEDS, rf all kinds,
Guinea and Huston Squash Seeds,
Turnip and Ruta Baga Seeds,
Peas. Parsnip and Carrot Seeds,
Karly and Sweetcorn Seeds,
Ami all other kiuds, commua to Southern cli?
PLOUGHS, Hoes, Spj.ine and every variety of
Ourdou and Farm Implements, ou UOmaui Mu
provo! pal torn ?.
BASKET and GLASS-WARE.
WHEELBARROWS and HARROWS.
At the store, Na 353 wost, side or King, below
George st reeL and kso wn for tho lust furiy years us
LAND RETA'S ANO RING'S SEED ANO AGRI?
GEO. Rf NU CIIOLWKI.L,
dec4 1 mwfli Administrator.
?roccrie8, Ciqnors, &t.
g ALT AFLOAT ! SALT AFLOAT !
Sacks Liverpool SALT In flae order, per David
McNutt, for sale low from the vessel.
Apply at WHARF OFFICE,
dcc24 fmw3 Central Wharf.
RUIT ! FRUIT ! FRUIT !
Discharging this day from schooner "W. II.
Steele," direct from Baracoa, in prime order:
1000 hunches RED BANANAS
1200 half-husked Cocoas.
For sale at Union Wharf and No. 215 East Bay,
by PAUL, WELCH A BRANDES.
J^IVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
2800sacks LIVERPOOL SALT, just received per
steamship "Adalia," and for sale by
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
"^yrillTE STOVED SALT.
5?0 sacks best WHITE STOVED SALT, now
landing per steamship "Adalia" from Liverpool,
and for sale in lots to suit purchasers by
ROBERT MURK A CO.,
dec24 Boyce's Wharf.
JJAY! HAY! HAY!
A prime article now landing at Kerr's wharf.
For sale in lots to suit purchasers.
dec24 A. GAGE A CO.
gEED POTATOES ! SEED POTATOES
1000 barrels of Selected SEED POTATOES, to
Truck farmers can obtain their seed upon easy
and accommodating terms, bv npplving to
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
dec23 2_No. 128 East Bay.
?JHOICE SEED POTATOES,
PINK EYES, Harrison's, Dykes', Early Good?
For sale low, to arrive.
* dec23 2_WILLIAM ROACn ft CO.
JAMES COS GR OVE,
Manufacturer of SODA WATER, Bottled Ameri?
can Porter and Ale, and Importer of English Ales
OFFBBS AT LOW RATES:
200 dozen BASS' LONDON ALE
150 dozen Hlbbert's London Porter.
Pu rchasera will consult their own advantage
by I nspectlng his stock before applying elsewhere,
All orders promptly attended to, and families sup?
plied at the shortest notice. dec23 3
Just received, 1700 boxes Scaled HERRINGS,
medium size, and bright. For sale by
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
decl5_North Atlantic Wharf.
QLD WHISK IES.
Thc undersigned beg to announce that they
have been appointed by Messrs. HENRY S. HAN?
NIS A CO., of Philadelphia, their Sole Agents for
thc State of South Carolina for thc sale of their
celebrated ACME X, XX, XXX, XXXX. NECTAR,
CABINET, and other Brands OLD RYE WHIS?
They also wish to announce that they will be In
constant receipt of their COPPER DISTILLED
MOUNTAIN PURE RYE WHISKIES, direct from
Distillery at Hanulsvlllc, Berkeley County, West
CO barrel* of thc above always on hand.
Liberal contracts will bc made for large lots of
new Whiskies In bend at Distillery Warehouse.
CL AC I L'S ft WITTE,
N. E. corner of East Bay and Fraser's Wharf
dec20 mwf2mos Charleston, S. C.
J 4? G BRANDY.
io quarter casks) Of this celebrated brandon
10 eighth casks ) hand, and for sale by
MOTTET, UUCHET ft CO.,
dec-15 wfm6_No. 4 Adger's Wharf.
JQ^ ARD AND CANDLES.
Choice FAMILY LARD, in 3, 5, 7 and 10 pound
Candles, in whole and half boxes, all weights.
As Agent for the Manufacturers, I offer the above
goods at lowest market rates, with a liberal dis?
count to the tgadc for large lots. Dealers are re?
quested to give mo a call. Being In weekly re?
ceipt of supplies, I can AU all orders promptly.
J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
(?lotfjing ano .furnisijing ?oobs.
HE FINE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. '.Ol KING STREET,
OFFERS A LARGE AND ELEGANT
C IL. O T II I IV G ,
FOR MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Made up especially for this market, of inc best
workmanship and style of garmcuts
SUCH AS mr.
THE MORNING COATS
ENGLISH WALKING COATS
DOUBLE-BREASTED DRESS FROCKS, ftc.
WATER-PROOF GLENGABIN OVERCOATS
WATER-PROOF RIDING OVERCOATS
WATER-PROOF SACK OVERCOATS
NORWAY AND ENGLISH BEAVER OVER
COATS AND CAPES, of all qualities
PANTS AND VESTS, of all styles worn.
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
In all varieties and for all ages.
Tho largest and finest supply to bc found in
this city, in the collection of FANCY SILK. TIES,
BOWS, CRAVATS, SCARFS, ftc , ftc.
TUB CELEBRATED STAR SHIRTS
Which have been sold by this house for over
twenty years, and noted for their darabLitj and
Supplied with a full assortment of ENOLLSH,
FRENCH ead AMERICAN COATINGS, CLOTHS
Mid OAHSIMUR?J, Whick aro ollcrcxl to be made
up tn first-class style, at MODERATE PRICES.
B. w. McTUREOUS, Superintendent
I ?roccrus, Ciqnors, Ut.
Assorted JELLIES, In jars, tumblers, goblets and
Assorted Preserves, in quart ami pintfurs
Preserved Ginger ?md Guava Jeily
New Layer Raisins, in quarter, half and whole
New Citron, Currants and Stewing Prunes
Dried Pigs, lu H. 1 and 2>i lb drums
Soft Shell Almonds
Fresh Fruits in Svrnp
Atmore's Mince Meat for Pies
French and American Cordials
Keller's Assorted Package Candies
Ron Ton Candy Surprise R?xes
Flavoring Extracts, assorted
75 boxes and half boxes No. 1 Gold Chop Fire
Cooking Wine and Brandy, and a full stock of
Whiskey, Brandy,Wine and Gin of all grades,
bottled and on draft.
CO OPERATIVE GROCERY,
Southwest oorner Meeting and Market streets.
Union, People's and Charleston Bank, and City
Change Bills taken at par._dec20 5
^ ?\ HAMPAGNES. !z?
H MOET A CIIANDON'S IMPERIAL
Ps Ve Clicquot Ponsardln w
E-1 Piper A Co. Heidscick
OT Mumm's Dry Verzenay
. Bouche Fils A Co.'s
M Carte Blanche M
Dry Verzenay. **
WM. S. CORWIN A CO., a
? No. 275 Kine street. >-a
55 declC " ? 7
rjlAYLOR'S ALBANY CHEAM ALE.
A fresh supply or this Celebrated Brand of ALE
received fresh every week, In barrels and half
barrels. For sale bv
JOHN F. O'NEILL A SON,
Agents for South Carolina,
dodi_ No. 167 East Bay.
KEINE WLNE, FRANKER WINE, AND
The underslgred takes the liberty to Inform hil
friends and the public in general, especially those
who are fond of a good glass of Wine, that he
has Just received several casks of excellent
RHINE, FRANKER, AND MOSEL WINE, ?.nd wlU
dispose of the same by the barrel, gallon, bottle
or Klaas, at reasonable rates. J. M. MARTIN,
dcc22 wfm3mo_No. 35 Market t.treeL
IMPERIAL LONDON LAYER RAISLNS,
FIGS, ALMONDS, Ac.
Imperial London LAYER RAISINS, In whole
boxes, very choice
Extra London Layer Raisins, In X and H boxes
Smyrna Figs, in baskets and boxes
New crop Languedoc Almonds
New crop Texas Pecan Nuts
French Prunells, Fig Paste.
ENGLISH CHEDDER CHEESE
Imitation English Cheese, very fine
Edam and Sap Sago Cheese
Swiss Cream Cheese.
A small lot or fine genuine WESTPHALIA HAMS
Duftleld's, Davis' and other Sugar-cured Hams
Smoked Beef, Smoked and Pickled Tongues
Breakfast Strips, Dutch Herrings, German An?
Russian Sardines, In kegs, Ac, Ac.
NEW CURRANTS, Citron, Italian Prunes, Turkey
Mince Meat, Pie Fruit, Peaches, Pineapples
Strawberries, Cranberry Sauce, Quinces, In cans
A variety of first quality Preserves and Jellies, m
Jars and tumblers
Dundee Marmalade, In China jars.
EAST INDIAN GINGER, Cox's and Nelson's
Sparkling Gelatine, Cooper's Sheet Gelatine, Ta?
pioca, Pearl Sago, Robinson's Prepared Barley,
Scotch Oatmeal, Liquid Rennet, Preston A Mer?
rill's and Pioneer Yeast Powders, Professor Hors
ford's Baking Powder, Lleblg's Extracts of Beef,
lo Jars, Burnett Essences, or all kinds, Rachahout
D'Arabes, Broma, Cocoa, Cocoa snells,Cracked Oo
ooa, Baker's No. 1 Chocolate, French and Ameri?
can Sweet Chocolates, Extra French Green Peas,
Mushrooms, Truffles, Pate de fole Gras, Anchovy
Paste, Herring Paste, Devilled Ham, Tongue and
Lobsters, English Pickles and Sauces, of all kinds,
French, Spanish and Queen Olives, OMves Farcies,
English and French Mustard, Boneless Sardines,
Essence of Coffee.
An assortment or BISCUITS, Prince Albert,
Peek, Frean A Co. English Biscuits, Pearl, Nick
Nack, ABC and Brilliant.
For sale by K L1NCK, WICKEN BERG A CO.
~~L L S C I T Y
Manufactory of Patent. A?rated, Farina, Water,
Boston, Butter, Sugar, Lemon, Wine, Milk, Cream
and SODA CRACKERS, Ginger Snaps, Mo?
lasses Cakes, Ac. Having accepted the Agency
of the above Factory, I am prepared to till all
orders at Manufacturer's pri?es.
J. N. ROBSON.
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
dcc3 fmwlmoDAC Agent ror thc State.
JASON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
18 WARRANTED TO nBJiOYK
ALL DESIRE FOR TOBAiCCO.
RISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE to for sale by
Dit. IL P .ER.
G. W. AIMAR.
D. J. LUHN.
DR. E. H. KELLERS.
DB. W. A. SKRINE.
E. S. BURNHAM.
Q.EO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
FI AYN E STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Have in Store and to arrive, which they are
offering ut lowest market prices
looo bbl?. Yellow Pink Eye Planting POTATOES
4000 sacks Liverpool Salt
60 bales Standard Gunny Bagging
200 coils Hemp, Jute, Cotton and Manilla Rope
500 bids. Relined Sugars
30 hillls. Porto Rico Sugars
25 hhds. Muscovado Sugars
100 hhds. Old Crop Cuba Molasses
300 bids. Old Crop Cuba Molasses
100 bhls. Sugar House Syrup
soo bags Rio, Laguayra and Java Coffee
300 boxes Colgate No. 1 and Pale Soaps
250 boxes E. I).. Cheshire and State Cheese
300 bbls. Fine, Super. Extra and Family Flour
600 packages Fish, Nos. 1, 2 and 3
1000 kegs Parker Mill Nails.
Orange Ride POWDER, Shot and Lead, Caps,
Candles, Fire Crackers, Soda and Sugar Crackers,
Sugar Jumbles, Soda In kegs and papers, Starch,
Oysters, Sardines, Candy, Buckets and Tabs,
Raisins. Figs, Potash and Lye, Rice, Ac, Ac.
no vj i wfm3mos
ACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSTING WITH COTfON SEED.
This artlclo ls manufactured at thc Company's
Works under the direction and superintendence
of Dr. RAVENEL. lt contains the same clements
of fertility os Solnblo Pacific Guano, except that
lt ls not furnished with ammonia. It ls prepared
?.xprcssly for composting with cotton seed, which
furnishes thc element of ammonia-the object be?
ing to reader that side-product of the plantation
available to the highest degree as i i element of
$46 cash, or $fio on 1st November, 1S7S, for ap?
proved city acceptance or other good security.
For further, and particular information, apply
to the undersigned,
J. N. ROBSON,
Agont for South Carolina,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
JOHN. S. REESE A CO.,
General Agents Baltimore.
(1 I L D B R ,
PORTRAIT AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFAC?
No. 315 KINO STKEET,
Charleston, S. C.
Old Frames Regllt equal to new. L^oking
'-lasics of all sizes titted to Frames.
Just received, an assertment of tine Chromos
and Eugravlgus. Uce-3 wfm3mos