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VOLUME X.-NUMBER 1465.
CHARLESTON, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I, 1870.
S?X DOLLARS A YKAH.
ANOTHER A WE UL CATASTROPHE
Shocking Loss of L.5?V-Earning of the
Spotswood Hotel-Heartrending Scenes
ilurinj; Hit- Conflagration? T? arrow E
caius--Partial List of tue Burned anil
RicuuoXD, December 25.
Tb'.' Spotswood Hotel and u?l the block on
war;": !t stoo I, the tiaest in thc city, was burne1,
beare day this morning. Thc business houso3
burned were Blanch k Current's crockery .-.tore,
Adams' Exprc?s Company's ..Wee, Howe's sewing
machine ?-toro, amt other smaller stores. The
weather is the oldest known for thirteen years,
and the ground is covered with snow. The ther?
mometer was live degrees above z-.ro.
A: quarter-past 2 o'clock, as the porter was
waking the passengers for the Southern train,
the lire was discovered IO tho basement. An
e?ur^bc! . ; immediately made to arouse the
guests, a scene of Indescribable confusion and
excitement followed. .Men rushed wildly ubjut
trying to save their baggage, and women, half
naked and barefooted, ran lato the snow-covered
Engines were piomptly on the spot, but the
water being frozen lt occasioned delay. Before
twenty minutes elapsed, the Hames pre?
vented C3?ape by thc stair.-;ases, and the guests
** commenced jumping from the windows, and
lowering themselves by blankets ar.'l ropes.
P. H. Clarke, the steward, was fatally lujurcd
by leaping r om the third story. Mrs. Emily Cor?
nelius, the housekeeper, with two other ladies,
appeared at a window In thc fifth story, scream?
ing for help, but the flre.'ir.'u's ladders failed to
roa.h them bj two stories! iv h ile 'he fliemen
were endeavoring to lengthen their ladders the
wom:a disappeared in the blnzD ami smoke,
ttie room brightening ia a few moments later"
with the flamee.
Tho pe; sons known tu have b?cn lost np to
noon to-day are the following: Erasmus Ross
."erk of tho Libby 1 rison during thc war; Mis
Emily Cornelius, thc housekeeper; Samuel W.
Robinson, clerk with Euker A Eroticr; and Sam
ae? nines, clerk with ?u'llhiscr k Co.
The reci-ter of ih3 hotel ls destroyed, and it ls
therefore impossible to say what strangers arc
There are about a dozen unclaimed trunk3
of parties from Kew York and other Northern
It ls a notic?ahlc fact that the flic left one blind?
ing on the c(.rner, the sams that checks 1 the
A. C. Shaffer, tho State printer, cacaped from
ttio fourth story by dropping frcm window cor?
nice to window cornice, reaching the ground
burnt, but otherwise unhurt.
A correspondent of the New York Herald also
narrowly escaped. The gaests lest nu thslr cloth?
ing. Tue total loss is three hundred thousand
dollars. The insurance ls mo=tiy in Northern
LATER.-The following persons, bcsl-les these
mentioned before, are known to be lost: H. A.
Thomas, agent of the panorama or the Pirgrims'
Progress; W. H. race, of Danville, Va., United
States mail agent, and J. B. Farris, messenger or |
the Southern Express Company.
The Spotswood lionel was valued ct $140,000,
and was 'insured' Tor 1*3,000. Sable, Houck A
Co. had $20,0J0 Insurance on the furniture, and
$7000 on the wines and carpets.
All the goods ready ror delivery in the South?
ern Express office were burned.
Aman was 6eon atan upper window apparently
paralyzed by Tear, tearing paper into 3raall pieces,
which*n"e threw into the streets unt.l he fell back
toto the flames.
Among the narrow escapes were those of M.
Maille, of New York, the engineer or the James
River Obstructions; S. A. Pearce, or Columbia, S.
t., the private secretary or Senator Sprs?ue; Mrs.
Magill, the proprietress or the theatre; and R. H
StoweU, member or Cougr?s3. The DeLave Troupe
lost their baggage.
The hotd regster has been round, and only
sis strangers arc unaccounied for. The name or
the housekeeper burned was Mrs. Rcnneariy.
The Tolle rviiig arc the names or missing strangers:
J. F. Wilco--, or Lynchburg; Nathan Bernstein, of |
Washington; A. Le?, of Tampa, Florida; E.
George aud B. H. Andrews, of Syracuse, N. Y.;
Henry Kratte, of New York, and John H. Hal
man, Jr., of Jackson, Tennessee.
Nsw YORE, December 24.
The Rutherford Park Hotel, in New Jersey,
was destroyed by Are early this morning. The
loss is estimated at arty thousand dollars. About
a year ago Are dc-troyed the same hotel.
LOUISVILLE, December 24.
A fire origina' lug In a hotel, len but three busi?
ness houses in Brand nhnrg standing. Loss
THE COLD SNAP.
WASHINGTON, Docaini'V 2?
The weather is very coM. Tho ?oiomac
wa? frozen over this inornhitr. The Acqnla Creek
boat arr,ved at- il o'cluok, missing connection
with Northern trains.
RICHMOND, December 24.
The thermometer hc-c. at 6 A. M., stood at six
degrees. A: Greenbriar, White Sulphur Springs,
to day, thc thermometer was six degrees below
tero, ice four iiich-s thick formed at Staunton.
CHATTANOOGA, Deo rober :4.
Therm?met-v ar Lookout Mountain College TL ur
deg. ees below se o-.hi - ni'Mnt g.
Cnn AN F.XPKIMTIUN.-Private dispatches
from W'astiiuifKiti reiteivetl ;:i Sew Y'irs stab: I
tbat the ito ver ii tuen: ??iv :e ... v- a ?he mo r. - - ? . - f
elusive pr.) ' nutt the s- un r Ho n.-!, ivhicli ;
Cleared mun New Vo Kuio-v days . "s- i
Wy for Nile's in, has gi-ie tu ii-,-; Fi'iri la C-KWI roi
take on roar . an ..x <. '-t o ? to Cuii.i. Onler
havctH'etis nt io thc Uiiil st adroa ;oKovp:m
eye ?.'ii uer.
IT is stated til it thu Atlantic cabio officials
despa r ?( rats ux ami r p?lfiu?rthe ?'?. ken caldea
until next June. *iii?n ho weather again becomes ?
penna i<nt ly favorable.
TUE great Hebrew lair in N"vr York has
elosci'. ai 'T ?n uupreccd niel success. Total
The brigantine Fearless, from wilmington, N.
C., collided willi the Corona, forty miies off
BesWy IL-dd. Qbe FiarleFS w?auband-<ue?i Ina
sinking condition. The Medora and Lake Mi?
chigan, both Dom Montreal, report inghtru
wsataer, Tue Medora is considerably damaged.
THE UNITY OF GERMANY.'
A SPEECH FR02I KIXG WILLH12I.
AT VERS AILLES.
Activity of tue French Armies-Paid
herta: and tlic Army of thc Mortis-!Ic
Claims a Victory-25ucrot "L"i> in a
l?utloon'*-Revolt ia ilhi ima, &r., Av.
RERUN, Dttemhcr 22.
The following is a speech ot* King William,
delivered in reply to Hie address of the deputa
tlon received by him ;U Versailles, ou thc IS h:
GeiHk-num-Roeeivingyou hore on furclfrn terri?
tory, ar distant from the German frontier, I am
prouintcd to express my grati ude to that Prov!
dence whose wonderful dispensation has brought
us together in this ancient royal resilience.
?toil lus given ns vieiorles which we hardly
dared toast; orto hope for. When last summer
laskcl your support In this rrc.it war, y ou gave
me that'nippon to its fullest extent. I niau':
yon lu my name, and in.that ?r thc army and
;!ie nation. Tao victorious armies among which
you have sortglit me have f und, in sacrificing
spirit of cuttutry, encouragement and nippon
amid battles and privations. The means voted
lor thc continuance of tho war by the Diet have
given new proof that tho nation is determined
to exert all tts energies. The poll) ?cai lifo or Ger
many wllldevelep Itself all the more, because thc
basis ottered the South German allies is their own
I hope these States yetto bc consolidated will
follow tho same path. TIM summons addressed
me by the King or Bavaria, to re-establish the
imperial dignity of the aucicnt German Empire,
have deeply moved me, and not my own feerings.
not even my own judgment, have determined my
Only on the unanimous voice o' the Cern?an
Prince.", free cities and norman nation, can ! re?
cognize the call of Providence, which I can obey
with God's b:e-sing. The King or Bavaria has
informed mo that the as?ont?r all tile German
Princes and free c?les has beca secured,and
official ratilicatio:! will shorty follow.
The lainful saon?lccs which we are undergoing,
and which touch my heurt aa yours, will Hot be
in vain. We will not lay nsi'ic our amii until
Germany's frontier h:i3* nothing to Rar from
rue Non ii German Diet has been called anon t o
co-o;>crute in the work of the unification or Ger
many. 1 ?utuk it for its almost unanimous assent
to thu treaties ttlviog organic expression to the
unity of the nation.
"iVur "Vcivs-Satar;?iiy's Nonn Bispiitchcs
Ror.DEAfX, December 23.
Hurine the gre? sortie from Varis on Wednes?
day, Ducrot toi k mauy hundred prisoners. The
general situa: ?u ls more enc mrugini: for thc
French. The r on-occtipation of Tours, and the
rcireatof thc Prussian forces towards Orleans,
nresaid ti>bc the result of thu strategical move?
ment of Chan-ey and Bourbaki.
Rouen has been almost entirely evacuated by
thc Prussians. Thero were only lUte-m hundred
German soldiers there yesterday. Maatettffel un?
doubtedly moved his forces for the purpose or
opp'isins the march of the French army of Gene?
ral Faid herb-?.
BORDEAUX, December si.
In an of?ciul dispatch telegraphed from ure, on
the night of thc :3d, General Faidherbe announces
to thc Minister or War tint his army engaged thc
enemy ac rout Novelle that dav. Tho rattle,
which las'ed fi om eleven in the forenoon until .six
itv thc evening, was. r<>r thc greater portion of lite
time, an artillery duel, which finally terminated
by a charge nf the French Infantry along the
whole line. Thc enemy were driven back, and
the Preach troops remained masters of the Held.
Advices from Paris to Hie night of the 22d iiavc
beeu received by a balloon which landed near
Nuits. There was no engagement on Hutt day,
(Thursdaj ) but a general battle was regarded os
Imminent. The journals estimate thc losses o' the
French in the combats of the .1st at a'.ottt so^i
killed and wounded, and .speak in glowing terms
of tiie gi ea", courage and order displayed by tho
CUBHBODRO, December 22.
A thousand m n. folly equipped, left for thc Held
to-day. Arms and equipments arrive In largo
quantities. T.ieblockade or nara mr hasbcea
Loxno.v, December 21.
The announcement yesterday from French
sources that two divisions or the army o.r the
Loire had effected a junction, appear* to bo with?
The most satisfactory eclipse observations were
taken throughout England.
SATURDAY SIC HI'S DISPATCHES.
The rrusslans have left Dieppe, but are en?
camped near by In heavy force. Two French
lron-c!ads nie stationed off the port. Late dis?
patches from Amiens report Montenffcl near that
eily, where a battle is probable, lt i? agalu re?
ported that Dacrot left Paris in a saloon, ou thc
17th, to tak-.? command or au army corps in the
It is said the government at Paris will send
Thiers, as its representative, to thc London con?
ference. It ls reported aiso that thc French Gov?
ernment has requested thc English Government
to obtain egjc.-s from Pari3 for Its represen i uti vc.
A Brussels dispatch says General Faldherbe is
being surrounded by the Prussians. Tiio Pius
slans have occupied soLssons and Slssone.
A Versailles dispatch, dated thc 22J, says a
great battle occurred between the unite I armies
or Duke of Mecklenburg and Frekericl; Charles
and those of General (Jhansey, near liotirlalse.
The French were defeated and retreated toward
Aiencou. The truthfulness of tho report 1;
Six thousand Saxons have been sent to -tibiae
the people of Rheims, who hare risen against thc
BORDBtux, December 24.
navre ls now so strongly fortified that there are
no fears of attack. All the works about Havre
are Hilly manned. Several war vessels arc an
chorcd before thecPy. Cherbourg ls also regard?
ed impregnable to any ro'ju the enemy can bring
against it. The fortifies'ions on the land side are
completed, and, as ii Havre, frigates ate station?
ed iu tho roads.
Beaux, December 24.
Bismarck's circular to t!?e representatives of
North Germany sa;?s thc French onicera aru
breaking paroles uot to serve during the prcB:-nt
war, and that thc Frenc'i Government sauctions
thi-se proceeding. Peremptory measures are to
Le, taken to cluck it. Herr Cnnphansen an?
nounced In the Prussian Ch imbers that uo deficit
was probable hi the Uuauces for the years 1S70
TUE SU.VXER-G?AXT SQUAltJSLE.
Wai-hlXGTON, December tn.
The New York Tribune of lo-day, discussing
the San Domingo flurry, says: '.T;:c lesson of thc
recent ou;burst at Washington is not far tu seel;;
thc President must select fur- commissioners,
nader the Senators re olutieti, shunld it pass tim
House, men whom the wi;o e country know and
will trust. Wo cannot tutu:!! any amn? doubts
ab ut this matter. Thercpuitof the commission
laust hu so clear, and iii . men who make i: ns",
st tidsolilgii that their verdict will lie accepted
wl?h unquestioning readiness aas au end of strife.
Tito r?solu I m il s li is i I nns" and verbal, and ?I
calls for lnvc igatiou enough to keep two or three
>. >m;sis<i >: s i)r .- ic iTiflo meu, p Jlticlans u?d di
pl ma -..i h nt ?ti thorough work, basy f->r a
y ar ?< 1 we. -A i< dingtotheih bate, and specially
r. fer. lug o M :.- imiter, itsay.-: "Douotluss tie had
been huprmleui. bitter ?un! unjo-t, but at ?ca-". lie
wa> set atori .!. s -tn- f his.antagonists appear
to nave behaved like Bowery bossut n Tammany
prlrrury. These senators may forget themselves
as Hie rc ub i: will in time forgit t em; t nt
neither their insolence nor his own mistakes eau
now permanently effect thc sure place of Charles
Sumner in the esteem of hts feUow-Cltltens and I
the b story o: tho country.''
-General Chansey, the latest military figure In
the French kaleidescope, ia said to be an English?
man by the name of Shaw.
TUE RESULT IX GEORGIA.
WASHINGTON, December 24.
Private rdviccs from Reorgia Indicate that tho
Democr-ts carried live Congressional Districts,
willi a close race for the remaining two.
AUGUSTA, Dccemher 24.
Snfllcient returns from nil sections have been
rcccired to show that, the State Ls gone largely
I Democratic. Il ls tolerably certain the following
Democrats have been elected to Congress: First
District. W. \V Paine, Forty-first Congress; A. T.
Mi la'.vrc. Forty-second. Third District, Wm. F.
Wright io ti;? Forty-first an t Forty-second, fifth
District, S. A. Corker to tho Forty-first, and T). M.
Du Hose tu Mu- Forty-second. Sixth District, Wm.
1*. Price to thc Forty-first aud Forty second. Sev?
enth Dist r et, P. ai. B. Young to the Forty-first
and Forty-second, it ii thought the Second and
Fourth Districts have gone Republican. It will
take thc official count to decide. Thc Democrats
have elected titree fourths of ruc members of the
.*? EA RICS FROM TUE WIRES.
Ute celebrated Mount Com's 7?;:we! is pro?
bably completed to-day.
Surratt engaged Lincoln Hali, in Washington,
f r a lecture, 'nit the trastees protesting, the lec?
ture was postponed.
Fifteen pounds of nitro-glycerine exploded at
lloosac Tunnel, on Saturday. John Vulsar,su?
perintendent, was blown to atotus.
The Treasury Department has information That
$19,003 was stolen from thc cashier's office of the
Xcw Orleans Customhouse, which Collector Casey
made good from his private means.
A hose carriage upsetting In Washington, thc
engine, which followed, ran over four persons,
killing mo._ _ _
A tv ard of Premiums by Hie Slate Agri?
The executive committee of the 6oui!i Caro?
lina Agricultural and Mechanical Society, at their
rec ni meeting held lu Columbia, swarded a pre
miumof $20 to Dr. P. P. Poi cher, or Charleston,
"for thc best essay on th- utilization of South
Carolina plants, Hitherto considered valueless.*'
Also, a premium of $25 to Mr. J. M. Crawford,
ot Comm ila. ior me greatest yield or cotton ou
tivo acres of restored upUud, thc aggregate
anio .ut being 10,230 pounds.
Also, a premium of $10 to Mr. J. M. Crawford,
of Columbia, for thc greatest yield of one acre of
restored upland, thc yield being 4140 pounds
At Hu- request of Mr. J. lt. Dukes, .Mr. J. M. Rob?
son and M< sar*. George W. Willama ?V Co., of
Charleston, Hie executive committee received and
.cousidcrcd tho reports of parties throughout thc
Slate who were competing for premiums eifereti
uy tl.u above named geutloiueu, ami aa tue rt;?uit
oi their considerations have awarded thc first
premium offered by Mr. J. R. Dukes-to wit: "L r
tile largest producto! colton . >ri ?ca acres orland,
manured wu h thc Wando Fertilizer, $".oo"-to
Mr. Thomas w. Rabi?, of Fninield, ins report be?
ing li'.uio pounds of seed colton fr lu tc:, acres.
Tor thc oilier premiums ottered by Mr. Dukes
there .?vero no wort hy comp ?tors.
Tho li st prize ottered i>> Mr. J. N. Robson-lo
wit: a oliver pitcher, value $75, for the gnaiesi
growth ot cotton from one nore of laud, manured
with soluble Pa Hie gtiauo, t.r compound ?cid
phosphate-I he) have awarded to .Mr. J G. Hin
son, of Charleston, who reports sidling a bag of
sea island colton, weighing '.Mo pounds, for
$103 30 net, from one acre, manured with soluble
Second priz -, n silver goblet worth ?so, to Mr. E.
T. Suckhonsu, o.' Marijn, who reports making
GK:: pon mis of Hu1 cotton on eleven acres, m mur
cd with 1200 pounds per acre of a compost made
of three hans of compound acid phosphate and OOo
pounds of co; um seed.
Third prize, a silver cup, worth 525, to Mr. W,
ll. Evans, of Soc ety Hill, who repor s KSI pounds
ot scot! cotton from one acre, manured with "un
nus tels of roi ted straw, thirty bn3h?'J wt ton seed
and one bag soluble Pacific. Also, ion pounds
of seed conon from one acre, manured With two
bags ol soluble Pac tlc. Also, 10J5 pounds seed
cotton Trum each or two acres, manured with one
bag each of soluble Pacific.
There were no competitors for Mr. Robson's
premiaras tor thc production of corn.
Tue Hist pill'.-: offered by Mis-rs. Ce >rgo W.
Willi nus A Co., to wit: "A (la let gin of forty
saws, or a horse or mule or stune value, aud one
o Dodge's celebrated steels ploughs, rorthcgresi
e t luci eased prodm Hon in pounds of ?e d cotton
iro;n five ac es of land." they have awarded to
Mr. jas. P. Bolton, of Marlboro', v. ho reports th.*
cr poi'com from these Ave acre ?of Lindat nue
pees per sere in isos; the crop m cotton st fifty
six pountls see:! cotton lo 1800, anti soo?-; pounds
of seed cotton per acre in 1870, wneu the tl ve acras
were manured with 200 pouuds or the Caroliua
rcrtillzer per acre
Tnere ure no other competitors for Messrs. Wil?
liams ii Co.'a other premiums.
The icports of these several planters will be
published m full at an early date In a pamphlet
containing the transactions of the South Carolina
Agricultural um! Mechanical Society, at its ui^et.
lags during the lute lair.
By order of ihe Executive Committee.
D. WYATT AIKEN,
SecrcUiry S. c. A. ana ll. society
ALL AISOUT TUE STAiE.
-Thc Union Ti mos contains the formal protest
of C'loncl I. G. MCKISSICK against Colonel Wal?
lace's taking his seat m Congress from I he Fourth
-'..Worts are on root to establish a Roman CAth
ollc Church in Greenville, a building having already
been offered for that purpose. Several of i he citi?
zens propose making donations to assist, lu the
measure. Th;r.' are some ilnny odd persons or
ile: failli now residing in and n-.-ar Greenville.
-Tench C. Coxe, F.s.j.. has piirc-'iosed ibo hand?
some property lu Greenvil eknown .^s the Elford
hon-e. located al the head or Main gtre r. The
price was ssc 0, lb : largest part of il cash down.
-Mr. Robert Murray, of Cacster, a primer, ar
rived in Colombia on me a'ti rnoou ol tue 21st.
and being fouud in the streets insensible, wa
carried to the police quarters; The unfortunate
mau died ni: thursday ulalu. Mr. Mu.ray leaves
a wife and four children. His ago was about
-?tight Kev. Bishop Lynch lectured in the
cour house, a; AI? eviltc. "ii Wednesday eveutng.
ou'me invocation o. Saints, The Bunton preached
on th? previous Sunda? to a large cmg. cgation
iu ile- Mauslon (louse, Greenville.
-Tuc residence of Mr. Daniel Kelson, about
lineen tulles from Columbia, wis destroyed by
Ure ou thc nigh'- of theStst. Tuc loas is about
$?5<i0, as tnerc was a large supply of provis ors ou
hand. Tue lire was doubtless the woik of an in
-As Mr. Klnslcr Davis was on his way homo from
Columbia on Friday, his horse ran away, anti he
was thrown out of Hie bugcj and seriously In?
jured about the head, lie ls a native of colum?
bia, but a resident or Lexington.
-At the estate sale ofMr. Andrew Edwards, de?
ceased, held in Abncvillc on Tuesday la-t, propony
sold al thc follow.ng rai.es: L ind at *-'., $7 ami Jiu
per acre; runlet at- rront $112 to $170 each; cotton
lrom Viii t > 12?S cents per pound; corn ul $i 40
p<r bushel; coron seed at 15 cents per bushel;
routier at .fl r>s per hm.tired; pori; 8 duts
per pound, gross; furniture at high rates.
Terms ca-h for persoual ; property ; real ca? ate
-The tournament in Manning last week passed
off with great eclat. The HU lug IK-Imf over, the
herald. Major W.T. I.escsn ., announced Mr. D.
M. Rradbaiu as victor or tho day, having taken
the ring eight times out of nine. Ile cho-o Miss
Sallie Kelly a? Queen of Love and Beamy. Mr.
Frank Can .enter winnini i he second prize chose
Miss Ada Ho le ma as First Maid of uoiior. Mr.
Shields ll" inlay winning Hie third prise, chose
M.s. Martha Join: a- Second Maid or Honor. Mr.
C. IL llarvlii chose .M'-;s Roui M- nzoa as Third
Maid oi H mor.
-Adatimroutrage was perpetrated upon Mr. Jo?
se;.!) Ling, at TitiiuiO'isville, ou Munday ntglitlasi,
hy .'. eoloied mau. Mr. L. is ibo railroad :.*<' t al |
thai pl.ee. The desperado pretended in want, a
ticket, ?nil wini .' Hie old genttamau wi* prepar
lui: to wait upon hitu. the neuro neall MIMI -onie
very H VI re ld nvs, fracturing Ills hand, di-loc*
lng nd n's > blinking one ol lils h-gv lils tn ten
Hon undoubtedly Was t> ru:', uni his purpose
was only frustrated by the cries fur help bj Air.
DCctu-syajJcrs, itta?av.iU'S, &t.
OURAL GA It O Li N IAN.
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liv fie press and pc-iple every where to rank
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Price. $2 per annum.
nov29 Charleston; 3, 0,
READ-STQNF?Y.~On Tlyarstlny. at one o'clock,
99d instant at tho reildeneaof .Mrs. E.P. Fitz
simona, by tho Rev. A. Glennie, J. HARLEBTUN
REAR to A xs IE E.. daughter or tlie late E. G. Sto
my, or cha'lesion. S. C.
HASKELL-WASHISOTON.-At Savannah, Ga.
on the 23d tilt, bv the Kev. I S. K. Axson, Colonel
ALEXANDER C. HASKELL, t?r Columbia. -. C., and
ALICE V.. youngest daughter of .Ur. A. L. Alex?
ander, or Washington, Georgia._
SHANA GAN.-Departed this lire on Uta 23th or
December, J mix SHAXABMN, m the 54th year of
his a-e. ?ft r a long nu i severe nines-;, which ho
bore willi Christian fonliude. Hay his soul rest
?&* IIIS FUNERAL WILL TAK?
place Tina MORNING, the seth iusiant, at io
o'clock, at St. Mary's Church, at which there will
be a Requiem Mass for thc repose of his BOOL
His Friends and Acquaintances are respectfully
invited to attend. dcc'JG
ps- CONSIGNEES PER STEAMSHIP
SOU1H CAROLINA, from New York, are notiiled
that she will discharge cargo T?-MOKROW, 2?th In?
stant, at Pier No. 2, Union Wharf. Goods un?
called for at cutset will remain oa wharf at
owners' risk and expense.
' WM. A. COURTENAY,
?SS-OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON
GASLIGHT COMPANY, DECEMBER 20, 1870.
The Hoard of Directors or this Company haviug
declared a Dividend of FIFTY CENTS per Share
on the Capital stock, the same will lie paid to
Stockholders on and arter MONDAY, "th January,
The Transfer Books will be closed rrora this
date to loth January, 1S71. W. J. HERIOT,
dcejO_Secretary and Treasurer.
pst- TREASURER'S OFFICE, 8AVAN
YANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD COM?
PANY, CHARLESTON? S. C.-Coupons ror inter?
est ou thc First Mortgage 7 por cent. Bomls
savannah and Charles.on Railroad Company,
which mamre ou ihc 1st January, 1871, will
bc paid un and arter ilia: date, at ihe Hanking
House of ll. H. KIMPTON, Fiaaiicia. Agent or ihc
state of South Carolina, No. 9 Nassau street, New
York. S. W. FISHER,
p&~ C?.YJM??SIONr.KS OF MARKETS.
MARKET HALL, DECEMBER 21, 1870.-The
Commissioners or Markets will olect on WEDNES?
DAY, the 4ih of January, 1S71, thc following
Assistant Clerk for Centre Market.
Assistant Clerk ror Uppe- Market.
Clerk of Weights and Measures.
Public Weigher for Market-street Scales.
Pabilo Weigher fir calhoun street Scales.
Applications will bo handed tn ihc undersigned
on or before the 4th or January, 1871.
dcc20-mrw3_ Chief c cri.-.
PB* D I V O lt C E S.-ABSOLUTE 1)1
YORCBS legally obtained lu New Yolk, indiana,
IlllnoLs am' other Stat as, for persons ?rmi any
.stale or country, legal everywhere; desertion,
drnnKenncsn, non-support, ftc saftlcicnt cause;
uo publicity. No charge until divorce is obtained.
Advice free. Address,
MOORE ,t RICHARDSON,
Counsellors at Law,
dec2G-iyr 18U Rroadwny. .New Yurk City.
pa* GO TO GEORGE LITTLE & CO.
for ROYS' CLOTHING, all ???/.es. nnvis-rmw
?SBTXOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
three (3) months from date application will bc
made for thc renewal or the following ?STOCK OF
THE HOMESTEAD B01LU1NQ AND LOAN ASSO?
CIATION: Scr p No. 77. rm twenty-Ova (24) Shares,
dated June 1st, ISO", and Scrip No. 215, for Ave (o)
Shares, Feoniary 3d, l$cs, s;andlng in thc nnmc of |
Mrs. C. H. BERNARD._declfl larnoo
"PST STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
EDGEFIBLD. COUNTY.-Cour., of Trial Justice P.
A. EICHELBERGER.-H. A. ADDISON vs. W.
J. SMITH.-Debt SM>.
To W. J. Smith, Defendant in this action:
You are hereby summoned and required to
answer the complaint lu this action, which is Died
in thc office of P. A. EICIIELBEKGER, Trial Jus?
tice, of tho County and Sta:e above named, and
to serve a copy of your answer on the subscri?
bers, at their oitlce, within forty days from ibo
date hereof, and if you fail, Judgment will be
taken against you. BUTLEIl & YOUMANS,
pa- THE WORKING CHRISTIAN
Organ of the Baptist Denomination In South
Carolina-ls now a permanent enterprise of this
city. Thc paper has obtaiucd a wide circulation,
and ls one or Hiebest mediums for al vcr; Ising In
the State, lt ls to bo enlarged to eight pages ou
the 1st of January, and many thousand copies
Issued. Business men are solicited to send in
their cards and other advertisements if they
wish to get such" notices before Hie thousands
that would not otherwise see them. Address
WURRING CHRISTIAN, charleston, S. C., or call
at the Editor's office, No. lo Uasel street,
~~p*r TREASURER'S OFFICE, GREEN
VILLI'. AND COLUMBIA RAILROAD COMPANY,
COLUMBIA, S. C., DECEMBER lOTii, 1S70.
Coupons or thc State, Guaranteed Bunds, Corus?
cates or lndcbtedr.es? and Second Mortgage
Bonds or this Company, due January 1,1370,
will bc pa d at Hie Bank ng House or IL IL KIMP
TON, No. 9 Nassau street, New York, or at the
South Carolina Hank and Trust Company, in Co?
lumbia, S. C., on and after the 1st day or January,
The Interest on the outstanding FlrBt Mortgage
Bonds and Fractional Cor;Ideates or Indebted?
ness, will be paid at the office of the Company.
p3- WHILE WAITING FOR A COUfUI
to go as It oimc, you are often laying the founda?
tion for some Pulmonary or Bronchial Affection.
Ii ls better to get rid of a Cold at once by uslnj;
that sure remedy, Dr- D. JAYNE'S EXPECTO?
RANT, which will cure the most stubb .ru Cough,
und rd'eve you or nil anxiety ns to danger \i~ con
aeqnences. Sold everywhere, and at. wholesale
by GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A co., Charleston, 8.
PS- MY FRIEND, STOP THAT TERRI?
BLE couirh, nnl ihus avoid a consumptive's
grave, by using GLOBE PLOWER COUGH SYRUP,
for curing all throat, bronchial and lung diseases.
lt N p rfoctly peerless. Never has been .-quailed.
lt ls i leasan t to luke, and certain to cure. Fur
sale by a 1 druggist*. ilcc-wfmlmo
par rr is SADDENING TO SEE OUR
hair blossoming tor tho grave :oo earl.. More
especially wnrmn foe' tai- affliction, and it is
even a greater def ..milty to t'ieia than to men.
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR remores it. and rcscirea
thc lia r sometimes, but ila original color always.
?? UUi?lJUG.-WG LO NOT WISH
to ir-rorin von, render, that Dr. Wonderful or any
other man. luisdi.-covered a reateoy tu.;t erne*
all diseases of mimi, body or es: ata nul is de
signed to make our mb unarv ?pliure a, blissful
Paradise, to which Heaven itself shall bc but a
side siio'.v, but wc do wl?h tn luform you that Dr.
SAGE'S C.VTABR'I REMEDY has cured thousands
of cases or catarrh in Ps wor-t forms and stages,
and the proprietor will pa; $?uo for a case or ihls
loathsome disease which he oannot enre. It may
be procured or druggists, or by mail for 00 cents,
from R. V. PIERCE, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y. A pam?
phlet sent free. eec23-ttatu8iuc
pgr THE SOUTH CAROLINA LOAN
AND TRUST COMPACT, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
DECEM?ER 21,1870.-SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
Depositors arc rcquestod to leave their DOOKS to
be credited with Ute January Quarterly Interest,
due 1st proximo.
All Deposits made on or before thc 20th Janu
nry, will bear ?merest from 1st January. Interest,
c perceur., will bc compounded quarterly.
THOMAS R. WARING
p&- MEDICAL NOTICE.-PATIENTS
suffering from Diseases pe-taming lo the GEN1TO
URINARV'ORGANS. will receive thc latest scien?
tific treatment by placing themselves nuder thc
care 01 Dr. T. REBNSTJERNA, oillee No. 74 Hasel
.street, three doors from the Postolllce.
ps- NOTICE. - MUS. HELEN T.
FLAGG, having been appointed Administratrix
of the Estate or FREDERICK FLAGG, deceased,
hereby gives notice to all those holding claims
against s ild Estate to present them for settle?
ment. And all (hose owing said Estate, to make
Immediate payment to her.
HELEN T. FLAGG, Adralo is tratrix.
Mt. Pleasant, S. C.. Dec. 12,1370. decl3-i:ti3?
pS- NOTICE.-THREE MONTHS AF?
TER dato, application will be made to the South?
western Railroad Bank for renewal of CERTIFI?
CATE No. 1757, dated January 14, 1S58, for One
Share lu Stock of South Carolina Railroad and
Southwestern Railroad Bank, standing iu name
of ELIZA HUME, original having been lost.
Administrator Estate Eliza Hume.
ps- IMPORTANT TO OWNERS OF
SEWING MACH1NES.-JOUN CLARK, JR., ft CO.S
BEST SIX-CORD SPOOL COTTON, on Black
Spools. For sale at reioll by D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 King street. dec3-lmo
pS-TWE 6BEAT MEDICAL WONDER,
DR. HASKELL'S ELECTRIC OIL Ki Us al! pain in
two minutes. Queers, boils, Teuer and Old
Sores, cured In 43 hours by DR. HASKELL'S CAR?
BOLIC CANCER SALVE. For sale at retaU hy
G. W. AIMAR, COHEN'S MEDICAL DB
DR. H. BAER, FOT,
A. Oj BARBUT, DR. G. J. LUHN,
ED. S. BURNHAM, W. T. LITTLE AH CO.,
Ak H. CULLINS k CO., ALFRED RAOUL, M. D.,
GRAMAN k SCIIWAKE, DR. W. A. SKR1NE.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.,
And at wholesale by DOWIE, MOISE ft DAVIS,
sole Agents ror South Carolina. novll-3mosn*w
pS- PIMPLES ON THE FACE.-FOR
Comedones, Blackworms or Grubs. Pimply Erup?
tions and blotched dlsOguratlnnson thc Face, use
PERRY'S COME DONE AND PIMPLE REMEDY,
Depot No. 49 Bond street, New York. Sold by
Druggists everywhere._d> cl?-ihstunmos
ps- FOR MOTH PATCHES,
Freckles ami Tan, use PERRY'S MOTH AND
FRECKLE LOTB>N. The only reliable and harm?
less rcm-dy known to science ror removing
brown discolorations from thc Face. Prepared
only by Dr. B. C. PERRY, No. 40 Bond street,
New York. Sold by Druggists everywhere.
pS- NO FICTION ! NO HUMBUG !
but a real treasure, within the reach of every fe?
male; none need bc discouraged. One trial will
prove the value of Hie PHILOTOKEN O It FE?
MALE'S FRIEND, which by Its specific action on
the syatcm, restores brightness to thc eye, bloom
to the faded cheek, health to tLe body, and safety
aud comfort during periods of trial-prompily re?
lieving nausea, hysteria, Ac. Soil at $1 pc bot?
tle by the Druggists. Wholesale Agents, DOWIE,
MoisK.t DAViS, Charleston. M. c. dee2
pS- MRS. GATES AND MRS. JAMES.
Mrs. Gates-Qoodj morning, Mrs. James. How
well you are looking; far better tuan when I saw
Mn. James-Oh yes; I am mach batter than I
have been ror along time, aud I am now on my
way for more or my favorite medicine-PLANTA?
TION BITTERS. One bottle of lt ls worth all the
doctors In thc world. No more doctors for me.
Mrs. Gates-Nearly every one speaks well of ?
PLANTATION BITTERS, and I have a mind to
try it myself. The fact ls, I have jno appetite,
strength or energy for anything. Mary and Lia
zle arc in the same way, and lounge about the
house all day long, good for nothing.
Mrs. James- My word for it, Mrs. Gates, Just
let them try PLANTATION RITTERS moderately
three times a day, and you will see a wonderful
SEA MOSS PARISH from pure Irish MOSB, Tor
Blanc Mange, Puddings, Custards, Creams, ftc,
ftc. Thc cheapest, healthiest aud most delicious
food In the world. dec2B-mwf3nao
^ErTIIE GRE/VT PICTORIAL AN?
NUAL -Hostetter's United Stales Almanac ror
?871, fir distribution gratis throughout the Uulted
States, and all civilized countries of tho Western
llcmi-phcro, will bc published about the first of
January, in the English, German, French, Norwe?
gian, Welsh, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian and
Spanish languages, and all who wish to under?
stand the true philosophy or health, should read
and ponder the valuable Buggcsiions lt contains,
lu addition to au admirable medica! treatise on
thu causes, prevention and cure or a great variety
or diseases, it embraces a large umount of Infor?
mation Interesting to the merchant, thc mechan?
ic, Hie miuer, the farmer, the pjauter, and profes?
sional mau; and the calculation* have been made
for such merl Mans and latitudes as are most suit?
able for a correct and comprehensive National
The nature, UFOS, and extraordinary sanitary
effects o? HOSTETTER'S S i'OMAOH BITTERS, the
staple tonic and alterative of more than half the
Christian world, are fully aot forth in Its pages:
which aro ?Uso interspersed with pictorial illus?
trations, valuable tecelpts for the household and
farm, humorous anecdotes, and other instructive
and amusing reading matter, original and select?
ed. Among tho Annuals to appear with tho open?
ing of tho year, this will be oue of the most use?
ful, and may be had for the asking. The proprie?
tors, Messrs. UOSTETTER ft SMITH, Pittsburg,
Pa., on receipt ol" a two ceut stamp, will forward
a copy by mai) to any pera iu who cannot procure
one in his neighborhood. Tue Bitters are sold lu
every city, town and village, and are extensively
used throughout tue euiire civilized world.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS tm tills Road run datlv as
Leave Charleston.S.30 A. M.
Arn'.c ai sa va n.. a li."MO P. M.
L' liva Savannah.ILIA A. M.
Arrive iii laurieston..VJ;' P. M.
Conned s at Savannah wi? h the Atlantic ft Guli
Had ead f?r Jacksonville, st. Augustine, and ah
poi-.is ?II Monda.
Wit Central Railroad 'or Macon. Atlanta, Mo
bl!e. New Orleans am] tue West.
Wu it Steamboats for points un thc Savannah
At charleston with the Northeastern and South
Carolins Railroads, and Steamships for ali points
Non li and West.
. Through Tickets over this linc on sale at Hotels
In Chm leston; Screven House, Savannah; ami all
principal ricket onleea North and South.
Freights forwarded daily to aud from Savan?
nah ?iud all points beyond.
Tm on? n Bills of Lading issued to JacksonvUle,
Tarin* as low as by any other line.
C. a GADSDEN,
octs Engineer and superintendent.
jp o R N E vf1 Y O R K;
[ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, .AT 8
O'CLOCK P. M.]
OLD JAS SS N E1V YORK AND CHARLES?
ESTABLISHED 184 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS
Tho Superior Side-Wheel Steamship JAMES
ADGEK, T. J. Lockwood, Commander, wlU leave
Anger's Wharf as above.
The CHAMPION follow- on SATURDAY, Decem?
ber 31, at 1 o'clock P. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
dec2?-l .TAMKS ADGER A CO., Agents.
OR NEW YORK
ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29TH, AT 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
Th? Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
SOUTH CAR ?LISA. Beckett, Commondcr.will sall
for New York on TnunsDAY. December ??ih, at
4 o'clock, P M.. from Pier No. 2. Union Wharves,
connecting with Day Passenger Trains from Co?
lumbia aud Augusta, arriving at half-past 3 P. M.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line yt per cent.
For i'rclght Engagements or Passage, having
very fine state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER ft CO., No. 28 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. l Uuion Wharves. .
J7I O R PHILADELPHIA.
TUE REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLY.
The Iron Screw Steamship
wm ne dispatched for Philadelphia on
SATURDAY, 3lst December, at 3,_
o'clock, P. M., from Brown's North Wharf.
/?T-Tbrough Bills Lading will bc Issued to Bos?
For Freight engagements or passage, having
good cabin accommodations, apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY.
dec26-mths3_No. 1 Union Wharf.
rjiiROUGH BILLS LADING TO
BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, DOS
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The fine Steamship SEA GULL, <?df??r
Dutton, Commander, will sail for<Aj?Bft?
Baltimore on WKDKESDAY, 28th December, at
half-past io o'clock.
mr Philadelphia Freights rorwarded to that
clay by railroad from Baltimore without addi*
.ional insurance, and Consignees are allowed h..'
pie time to sample and sell their Goods from
. he Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TREN HOLM, Agent,
dec23-4_No. 2 Union Wharves.
p ACLFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier_>TJ<?L
No. 42, North River, foot of CanalXfifljfiE
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or the ito
and 201 h of every month (except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then tbc Saturday prcced
Departure of the 20th connect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 4th touch at Mauzantllo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and China December 31, 1870.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage tree to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFIiSB, on the
wharf foot of Canal stveet, North River, New
* ork. F. R. BABY, Agent.
JpOR GARDNER'S BLUFF, . S. C.,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
Tho steamer GENERAL MANI- r _ ^-TT?,*>?.
OAULT, Captain fl. S. Cordes, ia (j?^32
now receiving Freight at Boyce's Wharf, and will
leave as above on MONDAY MORNING, the 28th
Apply on board or to
SUACKIiLFORD ft KELLY, Agents.
dec24-2 No. 1 Bo< ce's Wharf.
OR F LORIDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATUK, Captain _ .?fl
George E. McMillan, will sall IromjgflSpj
neutral Wharf for above points every TI'KSUAT
KVXNINO, at S o'clock, arriving back at Charles?
ton every SUNDAT AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, captain D. B. Vin
cent, will sall from Central Wharf for above points
every FKIDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleston WsdNKSDAY AFTERNOON, at 5
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
octlO_No. 5 Central Wharf.
VTrElSKLY LLNE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PA0IF1C LANDINA, BEAUFORT, HILTON
DEAD, SAVANNAH. DAIH?N AND
Thc favorite Steamer
Captain L. W. BLT.NS,
will re? ive Freight at South Allan- P ?aSSS
tic wharf :'<?r above points every ?sS?BS*
TUESDAY I? nd leave on every WBDSSSDAY MORN
?NO. air o'ctock. arriving at savannah the sam?
evening, -.??.'i leaving for Barten. .':<.., Hie follow
lng munni".'. Iteinrbing, w ll le ive savannah roi
Charleston every MOMMY MOHNINO, at7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
RAYENEL ft HOLMES,
septo_No. l" K^s- Hay.
.pOP. BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC LAND?
ING, FENWICK'S ISLAND, COFFIN'S POINT,
POKT ROYAL RAILROAD WHARF, PARIS
ISLAND LANDING, STATION CREEK,
AND OTHER LANDINGS WHERE IN?
DUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED.
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain
J. AV. sly. will sall lor above points,_
every THURSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, and wnen'
inducements offer will touch at any of the above
Will leave Beaufort on FRIDAY MORNING, touch?
ing at Pacific Landing. J. D. AIKEN A Co.,
SOO BALES WANTED.
The One American snip JOHN STONEY,
J. r. Bartloss, Master, lias the greater por
Lon of her cargo engaged and going aboaru.
l or ronlier Freight engagements, apply to
A. ?, W. B. SMITH A CO.,
JpOR LIVER POOL.
Thc Al Hark SAILOR PRINCE, McManus. ?*
Master, (of WOO bains capacity,) will havens*
dispatch for i he above port. '
For Freiglit engagements, apply to
dec21-wfmlo_North Atlantic Wharf.
jpOR LIVEPOOL. "
WANTS 300 BALES TO COMPLETE CARGO. ,
The first-class British. Bark BLOMTDON, ija
John H. Coweu, Master, wants above cmnn-'VsSM
tity to complete cargo, and saU immediately.
For engagements, apply to
dec22 Accommodation Wharf.
JIOR FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE^
PAL ATE A AND POINTS ON THE
ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer ELIZA HANCOX, Cap- . .?-IH^j?,
tain L. W. Barns, will receive Freight Jgg5g??g?
for the above points, at South Atlantic wuarf,
TO-MORBOW. (Tuesday) the 27th instant, and leave
on WEDNESDAY MORNING, the 28th instant, at 7
Connecting at Savannah with Florida steamers.
Passengers and Freight will have dispatch to all
points In Florida at as low rates as by any other
For engagements, apply to
RAVENED A HOLMES,
dec2C-l_No. 177 East Bay. .
JIOR SAVANNAH VIA PACIFIC LAND?
ING AND BEAUFORT.
Tlie fast sailing Steamer PILOT _ _?1T^h.
130 V, Captain J. W. Sly, will '--"?wStuTmn
Central Wharf for above places evory MOND?T
MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY wlU leave Savannah every
TUESDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock. Beaufort and Pa
tic Landing same day. J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
nov20_Agents, Central Wharf.
TIMETABLE OF STEAMER "ARGO,"
FOI; DECEMBER, mo.
FOR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE AND WAY LAND?
INGS, (INLAND ALL THE WAY.)
The Steamer "ARGO" wUl rc- ?
ceive Freight at South Atiantmjg-, jg
Wliarf, on MONDAYS and THimanAYa, fidleave
CHARLESTON. ' EDISTO. !
Friday, 2d, 2 A M Sundav, 4th, ll P M
Tuesday, 6th, 5AM Wednesday, 7th. 2PM
Friday, 0th, 7 A M Saturday, 10th, 6J? A M
Tuesday, 13th, 9AM Wednesday, 14th, 7 A M
Friday, 16th, 10 A M Saturday, 17th, ll A M
Tuesday,20th, s A M Wednesday, 21st,2 PM
Friday, 23d, 8AM Saturday, 24th, 5>? A M
Tuesday, 27th, 10 A M Wednesday, 28th, 7AM
Friday, 30th, ll A M Saturday, 81st, 0AM
Freight received until one hour before the time
Money packages must be properly sealed, and
duplicate receipts sent with each.
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply on
board, at South Atlantic Wharf, or to
DOUGLAS NISBET, Agent,
Office on Accommodation Wharf.
N. E.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
No Freight received alter sunset.
Shippers are respectfully requested to observe
j^" E~W F~A S H~I 0~N
CLOTHS, CLOTHING, AND FURNISHING
MENKE & MULLER,
MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 825 KING STREE!,
Have Just opened thc largest and finest stock of
Clothing ever offered in this city for MEN,
YOUTHS AND BOYS, comprising a 4uU assort?
ment of DltESS and B Cb J NESS SUITS, Derby
suits, Walking coats, Overcoats, Pea-Jackets, Ac
The largest i onion ls of Imported goods, ^nd
manufactured into garments by ourselves-we
can therefore recommend them as regards flt,
wear and workmanship.
Our TAILORING DEPARTMENT is supplied with
the finest selection of English, French, German
and Domestic Cloths, Doeskins, Beavers, Tricots,
Meltons, Veivetlne, Diagonals, Cheviots, Cordu?
roy, Cassi meres,. A c., and a large variety or mod?
em Pants and Vest Patterns, which we make up
to order, by measnre, In the latest style. The
foreman in this depart ment of our business has
no equal in the artistic world for cutting and pro?
ducing an elegant flt.
FURNISHING GOODS.-Tills department is sup?
plied with the Celebrated *?* Shirts, English,
French and Domestic Undershirts and Drawers,
Alexandre and Couvolssler's Kids, Buckskin, Caa
slmere, Silk and 1 bread Gloves, Linen and Paper
Collars, Neck Ties, Bows, scarfs, Pocket Handker?
chiefs, Socks, Umbrellas. Ac
Our stock bas been selected with great care,
and prices marked very low in plain figures.
Buyers in our hue will find lt to their advan?
tage to call In and see for themselves before pur?
chasing elsewhere. novl-tntbs2mos
&lacl]incrrj, Castings, &JC.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS MOW FURNISHING THE IM?
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS,
Of various sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mills,
Sugar Mills, Sugar BoUers and Pans, of aU
Horse-Powers and Gin Gearing, from 6 to 16 feet
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Milis.
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Castings for Bmldings, Gratings, cistern Covers,
Saab Weights, ?c., ic.
WILLIAM S. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDS B,
NO. 314 MEETING STREET^
CHARLESTON, H i.
a?gl m wa
X)U RYE AS
SATIN GLOSS STARCH
In Sue Pound Boxes and One Pound Papers.
Gives a Beautiful, V/HITE and GLOSSY FINISH,
besides renders Fabrics very durable.
No other Starch no easily need, or
Uno lt once, and
You will uso no other.
Made with great care, from the choicest White Com.
UVE X 23 33 NA
A choice preparation of thc finest portions of Starch,
from carefully selected white Southern Corn.
UNECjUALLED AS AN ARTICLE OF FOOD,
OR AS A DELICACY,
By any other Preparation from Corn.
None of the above Goods genuine with?
out Duryea?' on every package.
?5r " Persons unable to procure our goods from their
regular pcxer, on addressing the Manufacturen,
49 and ?i Park Place, New York City, will be directed
to those in their vicinity who w?l supply them.