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-The best of ship carpenters in Newburyport
Massachusetts, are working for $1.25 per day,
- Toe Memphis Avalanche says there are twenty
thousand starving negroes in that city
-Romero has gone to thc Mexican Congress
and will roam no more.
-A rich Chinaman of San Francisco was recent
ly buried in a coffin which cost $1000 m gold
-The winter has begun with great severity in
Italy. Th? Tuscan river Arno haB been frozen
-The Charlotte News, which was revived one
week ago, has again boen suspended, for tho want
of material support
-Mr. Joseph Jefferaon, the comedian, was mar
ried at Chicago, on Friday, to Miss Mary A. War
ren, a niece of Mayor Rioe, of that place.
The cane crop of Eastern Florida is said to be
excellent, and the syrup sells at from fifty to sev?
enty cents a gallon.
-At a recent meeting of the Georgia Historical
Society in Savannah, G-, a lecture was given by
a member on sewing machines.
-It ia reported that General Dix will return from
Paris next spring, hopi ig to secure the Democrat?
ic nomination for tho Preaidency,
The Bristol (Tenn.) News places the name of
Andrew Johnson at the head of its columns as its
candidate for the next Presidency.
-Cattle are among the chief exports of Texas,
yet the 3tato imports extensively butter, cheese,
and bven milk.
-Nearly all the Kansas papers oppose another
submission of the queation of negro suffrage to
the people of that State,
-New Tenne8see corn, in good burlap sacks,
sold at 90 cents in Atlanta on Saturday. The trans?
actions were from the depot, by the carload
-Madam Demorest's three hundred employees
were to give a paper masquerade on Christmas Eve.
Antique costumes were to be illustrated
-General Sherman has received .'S a present
the silver bull's-eye watch carried by the Roger
Sherman who signed the Declaration of Indepen?
-Brigham Young advises the Bishops and Mor?
mon people of Salt Lake ?to lay up rrom two to
seven years' supplies of wheat and flour, as be ex?
pects a great famine,
-The Wilmington Star complains that it bas
blown out ita stock of adjectives and wants a new
hand at the bellows to talk about festivals and
-The Atlanta Intelligencer notices tho arrival
of large numbera of live hogs, in that city, a por
lion of them for that market and thc remainder
for other points.
-It Segu?s that American creditors of Russia,
who claim that the Czar owes them half a million
for ordnance stores bought during the Crimean
war, want to have that amount deducted from tho
Aluka appropriation. Tho idea is orilliant
-The .hibodaux (La.) Sentinel says that sugar
planting barely paye expenses; inueed, it thinks
many planters will find a balance against thom.
Bice has done better, while oranges and bananas
are becoming profitable.
-The American Artisan says that if pegged
boots are occasionally dressed with petroleum be?
tween the solea and upp.r leather they will not
rip. If the soles are dressed with petroleum they
will resist wet and wear well. Tho pegs arc not
affected by dryness after being well oiled.
-The cable authorities state that a telegram
was sent last week from London to Washington in
niuo minutes and thirty second?- -oi, in other
words, it was received in Washington four hours
fifty-eight minutes and thirty seconds in advance
of the hour of its leaving London.
-Skaters are, by a recent Yankee invention, to
be made comfortable. A "warm skato" has been
invented. In a slct in the Bkatc-stock is inserted
a square bit of soap-stone, mad9 red-hot in the
fire. It retains warmth for some hours, and keeps
the sk? .er's feet in a comfortable condition-a sort
of portable stove, which is handy and effective.
-The Pniladolph a lodger says the anthracite
coal production this year wil. exceed that of hat
year by some 350.000 ICR?} and will aggregate
i 003 ^ikmW Be frr the yea
l'or? Sunday, says : "Mr.
^rk Sun Lowspaper, notified
morning that thoir services
'.red after the 1st of January, as
?h sold out to MA Charles Dana,
o move into Tammany Hall and
^outTSS'-f^er of it. Tho price paid for
?So paper is said to bt??i7?.9?O.
-The tuno to whicldthe collection cf the direct
tax in the Southern butes was delayed expires on
January 1, but Secretary McCullough, in answer
to appeals from the South to protect them from
taxation, has, it is said, responded that be does
not intend to coLoct it unless forced to do so by
Congress, and that he will appoint no collectors
for that purpose.
-Colonel William Y. Leader, Chairman of tho
Committee on Lectures of the Constitutional Union
Association of Philadelphia, has received a letter
from Alexander H. Stevens, of Georgia, accepting
aa invitation to deliver an address on the condition
of affairs in the Southern States, in Philadelphia,
and saying thut bo will be in that city in a few
-A New York correspondent states that tho Fe?
nians are following up the suggestion that a day
of mourning bo observed by the friends of Ireland
throughout tho United States, in respect to the
memory of tho men recently executed at Manches?
ter. An address calling upon the various circles
to take the matter into consideration is in course
-It has been found in Massachusetts that the
mania for collecting cancelled stamps is a cloak for
fraud, and ono per?on was arrested there who had
made this a great business, and in whoso posses?
sion were found aoids, which, he asserted, were
used simply to wash tho stamps iu order to make I i
them clean. He was discharged from arrest upon j j
condition that he should, for a certain length of
time, subject his correspondence to inspection.
-'ibo Senate Committed on Naval Affairs has
instructed its chairman to report favorably on the
bill authorizing the President to appoint naval
officers on the retired list, not below tho iank ot
commander, to consular positions under the gov- I i
ernment. It is eatimatod that these appointments
viii save hundreds of thousands of dollars annual?
ly to the government, as the naval officers aro
only to have their "sboro way" while serving as
consuls, which they would have under any oircum
etinces ; and the pay of thoso now filli?g positions
as consuls will bc saved to the government.
-Governor Fenton, of New York, has written a
letter advocating the burial of tho rebel dead also
in thc Antietam Cemetery. He says : "A strong
local and individual feeling, in the neighborhood
ot Antietam and other parts of Maryland, naturally
engendered by thc invasion, may have created
some indifference in regard to the Confederate
dead, and an indisposition to seo them buried sido
by side with those who died in defence of our
nationality. But it is confidently believed that no
such feeling pervades the breasts of the American
people, or the surviving office;;: and soldiers of
tre Union armies.''
-The New Orleans Times gives au alarmii.g re?
port of the condition of the negroes in Louisiana,
and particularly in the parishes overflowed by the
breach in the levco at Point Coupe. Thirteen par?
ishes have become totally unproductive by the
breach, and all classes of the population are in a
Btate of severe privation. Poverty is scarcely the
name for the deplorable condition of the people of
these Districts. But bad as is the condition
among tho planters and white inhabitants, that of
the negroes is still worse. Upward of 20,000 of
this class are at tho point of starvation, and al?
most entirely destitute of the necessaries of life.
Unless some ?peedy relief comes, tbe Lamentable
consequences will be scarcely cilculable.
-The Florence journals state that the Italian
government haB contracted for the supply of SOO OCO
Chaasepot muskets, to bo delivered at the rate of
50,000 a year. If this be true, we are not quite
nun* (li?t it argues well for the foresight of thc
Italians. Thc order for tho Oral .".0.000 is perhaps
based on sound judgment, if the experiments with
tho Chassopot on the field of battle wero as suc?
cessful as have been represented. But in the
rapid progress of invention, who can say that be?
fore the end of three years thc Chassopot may not
be entirely superseded by a better arni, and so
hare to bo thrown aside as worthless.
-Tho Washington correspondent ot the Balti?
more Suu writes ou Wednesday : "Colonel Eli S.
Parker, of General Grant's stall', was married last
night to miss Minnie Sackett, very quietly, in thc
parsonage of Rev. Dr. Hall. The fashionable
world was not awaro of thc fact, however, and ex?
pected thc wedding to take placo publicly at the
clnu'ch, and consequently quite a crowd gathered
to-Jay about tho church, and were very loth to de?
part, even after having been informed that the
marriage had actually taken place. General Grant
and staff were present. Miss Sackett, so-called,
wis not tho daughtor of General Sackett, but a
child of the late Amodio, of opera notoriety. Her
mother was tho widow of this opera singer, and
after his death married General Sackett. Thc
newly-wedded pair aro thc parties whose wedding
was deferred by tho non-appearance of the bride?
groom one day last week.''
-Ashley, tho fiery impeacher, has emerged from
retirement and now comes forward with a most
pitiful, pucrrTo whiuo for mercy at tho hands of
his Radical assailants, who were once his friends
when impeachment was popular. His confession
and his pica are contained in the opening sentence
of his let'ir to his home organ, the Toledo Blad?:
"Every fair man will concede that a representative
who devotes his time, talents and means to arraign?
ing and bringing to justice an admitted political
criminal, ought not to bu assailed by bis own
party without thc best of reasons, even
though he committed blunders, and in his
zeal did acts which the more prudont might
say were indiscreet, and givo utterance, in mo?
ments of excitement, to suspicions which no
evidence could be found to fully sustain."
He goes on to toll how his associate impeachers
have fallen away from him, and in fact made him
tho scapegoat tor tho r eins, and he querulously
complains of the Radical politicians and news?
papers which no longer do him reverence. The
letter is characteristic of the man, foolish and
moan. Mr. Ashley consoles himse If, at tno closo
of his defence, with tho thought that "no ono of
all tho actors in this movement can escape his?
tory." No more has Guy Fawkes or Titus Oates.
FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1867.
The Political Outlook.
The article published in the "Galaxy" under
this title and, reproduced in the NEWS, derives
its importance from the fact thut it is said to
be an authorized exposition of the views of
General GRANT upon the political situation.
No one is likely to take exception to tho
enumeration given by thc writer of the omises
of the recent defeats of the Radical party, und
actual results have already proved that the
Republicans did undertake to run faster than
public sentiment. But the great question
arises, whether the South could accept, and
support, the measures suggested as those which
must be carried out by the Radicals to secure
the success of their party in the next Presi?
The writer of the "Political Outlook" says
the Radicals must nominate General ULYSSES
S. GBANT. Timo alone will sho-v what General
GRANT is and meanB to be; but, in any case,
a successful soldier must be objected to as thc
civil ruler of a people that would be free. It
is then advised that the internal revenue sys?
tem bc re?'armed, and the tax on whiskey re?
duced. Not one specific word is said, how?
ever, concerning the tax on cotton, tho tax
which presses with numbing force upon the
great commercial nerve of the South.
Concerning reconstruction it is said that the
Radicals must adopt a programme embracing
universal amnesty, aud impartial suffrage with
an educational qualification; ulso that in the
South there shall be a scheme of compulsory
education. But, even in the proposed educa?
tional qualification, the door is opened wide
for Federal meddling; and thc ability to read,
write and cypher must be determined not by
:he States, nc*, by their representatives or civil
jfiicers, but by "\n impartial tribunal appointed
3y the general go-eminent.
The whole plau appears to be directed tc
naking a compromise -.villi tho North, for the
purpose of saving the Republican Radicals
rom the reverses to which their own excesse
lave exposed them. Nothing is said d>^|e
eraination to abide in the ?iturfi>5jtue plain
irovisions o', the Const?L?r'1(m of the Tjnited
e9: "JUffsaYd in condemnation of the
tfuaticism of the Radical leaders; nothing is
said of a purpose to secure the equal rights
jf the Southern States under the Federal Con
jtitution. It is the aim of the writer to feel
:he pulse of the North; and he suggests notti?
ng that should lead the South to believe that
me will obtain more, or as much, from the
imended programme of the Radical party as
ihe may reasonably expect to derive from the
.ober sense that is born of reflection and the
?atural reaction that follows all seasons of vio
once and wrong.
The Irish Must Hope and Wait I
The hanging at Manchester has not checked
in England or Ireland thc rapid spread of Fe
lian feeling. As was to be expected, the Fe
lians lose sight of the fact that ALLEN, LAE
UN and GOULD were found guilty of murder
ind were for that reason alone sentenced to
leath. They knew well enough that their
:ountrymeu who died on the scaffold were Fe
lians in heart and soul; and, confounding
Feniauism, the cause of the riot, with homicide,
he effect, they look upon those who have been
?xecuted as victims sacrificed by party hatred
ind unjust laws to appease the wrath of the
prejudiced patricians of England.
Throughout thc United Kingdom, thc embers
)f Fcnianism arc smouldering and may at nny
moment be fanned into a blaze. Attempts
aave been made to blow up two of the principal
English jails, several incendiary fires are re?
ported tobare taken place, a plan has been
liscovered for the simultaneous seizure of the
nilitia armories in Great Britain. All England
is alarmed, special constables are being sworn
in, soldiers arc moved from point to point, the
habeas corpus act is expected to be suspended.
Sow, at last, it seems to be understood that
i remedy must be found for the wroDgs und
grievances of Ireland.
This remedy eau certainly be better applied
sy thc English House of Commons than by any
benian uprising. An opon insurrection in Ire
[aud, without foreign aid, must end in blood?
shed and utter defeat. No half-armed and
semi-orgauized insurgents could expect to cope
with trained regular soldiers; and if victory
could be won, it would be at. thc cost of years
of war and years of suffering and persecution.
But thc English Parliament can, by assimila?
ting the laws of Ireland to those of England,
ind by making thc Irish Church Establishment
Jependent on thc coniributions ol'its own mern
bers, check the out-How of emigration and
remove the most deep-seated causes of the
growing discontent of the people, and the
consequent favor with which every Feuiun
idea or doctrine is now everywhere received.
Parliament can give Ireland the opportunity to
become prosperous. Under wise ?iud equal
laws Ireland will prosper, and, in prospering,
her people will be working towards a national
But, to secure the desired result, England
must be in earnest, and lier legislators must
have learned thc uecessity of prompt and libe?
ral action. There is good reason to believe
thut this is now the case. Irish Reform will
bc taken up early next session, and it is an?
ticipated that measures will be proposed which,
if carried out, will give Ireland nore than she
expects if not all thal she deserves The wait?
ing policy is the truest; and thc Irish will gain
more by husbanding their strength than by
frittering it away in any present riot or pre?
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THE FALL TERM OF THE FEMALE COLLEGE,
Spartan burg, S. C., will opea October 3d, 1867.
The President, Rev. A. W. CUMMINGS, D. D., wdl bo
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December 18 , wfml8
MEDICI^ AND SURGERY.
rIE PHn^FiPHIA~irNrVERSITY OF MEDICINE
AND SURGERY was organized in 1348. Chartered
ty the Legislature, February 26.1853. Nam e changed
?vA'tegiulative enactment to the Eclectic Ik edies] (ol
!cge, of Philadelphia, in 1860. In 1863 it purchased the
Pennsylvania Medical college, established in 1342, and
the Philadelphia Medical College, which had previously
been merged into the Pennsylvania Mrdical College, lu
1664 lt purchased the Penn Medical Univi raby. Tho
Trustees of the separate schools united, petitioned and
obtained a special Act of the Lopis.ature, consolidating
these institutions and cha-gmp their names to that ot the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
March 15,1865. AU these various Acts oro publl bed in
lie statutes ol Pennsylvania. Tho cost of the I uilding
ind museum was over ono hundred thousand dollars, lt
trill bo observed that tho University, as now organized, is
he legal representative of the (our Medical Colleges that
it has absorbed. It is a liberal school ol medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached to any medical cliques,
but embraces m ita teaching everything of value to the
Sationt.-It has two foll sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of October, and continuing until the 1st of
january, as its first session, and from tho 1st oi January
:o the 1st ol April, as its second; the two constituting one
ull course of lectures. It has also a summer session,
:ommcucing the. 1st April sod continuing until August,
?OT the preparatory branches, such as Lunn, Greek,
Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
rickets.-Tickets to tho full coarse of lectures $120. or
KO for each session. For tho summer or preparatory
:ourse $25. Graudating leo $30. To aid young men of
moderate means, the University has issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold to first-course students tor
t76. and to second-course students and clergymen for
(30, each constituting thc holder a life member, with tho
perpetual privileges of tho lectures, and all thc teachings
tl tho school. The only additional tees are a j carly dis?
jecting and matriculating ticket, each ol which is $5.
The Adtantages of Scliolarships.-l'he student holding a
scholarship can enter tho College at any time during the
,-car, atte.ua as long as he chooses, and re-enter the inBti
: ii ti on us f.cquentiy as de.ired.
It requires no previous reading or study to enter the
University on scholarships, hence, all private tuition fees
Students, by holding scholarship?, can prosecute other
business a part of the time.
The candidato lor graduation can present himself at
?ny time, and receive Ids degree us soon as qualified.
In casca stu cut should holi scholarship and not be
ible to attend lectures, it can os trausiorrcd to another,
.hus preventing any loss.
Parent?, guardians or friends of students wishing to
purchase scholarship tor them a year or more bet?re
.heir a:tendance at tue University, can secuto them by
lelvunciug one-half the price and paying tho balance
ivheu thc student enters. Physicians and benevolent
aicn can bestow great benefit upon poor young men by
presenting them a scholarship, und thus enabling them
lu oolam an honorable profession.
The Faculty embraces seventeen eminent physicians
iud surgeons. lae University has associated with it a
urge hospital ch nie, whete every lorin ol' mcdisal and
urgical disease is up elated on und treated in tho pres?
ence ol ibo class.
COLLEGE BUILDING.-Thc College building, located in
Ninth street, Bauth of Walnut, is thc finest in the city.
Its front is collegiate gothic, und is adorned with era
battlemeuts and embrasures, presenting a novel, bold,
iud beaulilul appearance. Thc laeade is of browu stone,
bruaracuted by two towers, rising to tho elevation ol
..i^hty leet, aud crowned with an embattled parapet.
I he building contains between fifty und sixty rooms, uh
supplied with water, gas, and every other convenience
that modern improvement can contribute to facilitate
medical instruction. Only five hundred scholarship*
a ili bc issned, and as two hundred ami City arc now
iold, those wno wish to secure oue should do so at once.
Money can be remitted by express, or a draft or cheek
scut on any National Bank in thc United States, when
the scholarship will be returned by mail, sigued by tho
President of tho Board ol'Trustees, JOSEPH S. FiSUER,
t.- q., und tho Dean ol thc Faculty, W. PAINE, IL D.
AU orders lor scholarships or other business of tho Uui
rersity, should be adJressed to Prolessor W. PAINE, M.
D" Philadelphia, Pa.
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lull regular Materia Medica. Price i5; posta"e tree.
Address as above.
MEDIUM MD ?ERY.
A BKMI-MOKTHLT JUURNAL OF MEDICINE, SURGE BY,
raVSIOLOUT, HYGIENE AND UENEBAL LITERA?
TURE, DEVOTED TO TUE ritOTESSIOS AND
The cbespe* t Medical Paper in the world, published
:verv two weeks at the University Building, Ninth-street,
South oi Walnut.
live copies tu one address.4.3.1
Teu copies to one nddress.7.50
Fifteen copies to one address.y.JU
Twenty copie* to ow- address.10.0'j
'j he getters up of tht Club Miall have one copy gratis,
Address W. PAINE, M. D., Editor.
September Vi Philadelphia, Pa. J
rpo UEXT, A CONVENIENT AND PLEAS*
X ANT BKI K HOUSE, with ampi-' room, Urge lol.
good cistern and pump water; located at tho head of
Franklln-strect. Rent Moderate, Apply to B. A. ROD
Kt ;l\ S, corner of Meeting and Society streets.
December 27 1
TO KENT, TWO OR TH KEE PLEASANT
Southwest ROOMS, in a private family, near (the
Buttery, willi or without board. Also, a few SINGLE
GENTLEMEN received at $7 per week. Apply at THIS
OFFICE._? December 27
TO KENT, ROOM S PARTLY FURNISHED.
Apply ai No. t? MEETING-STREET, between the
hours ol 10 and 2. tuf2* Dccembo. 24
TO KENT OK FOR SALE, HOUSE AND
LOT, No. t?a Rutledge Avenue. Lot 35 by 201.
For terms apply to E. L. BARRE,
December 18 mwfC No. 141 East Bay. Up Stairs.
TO RENT. THAT ELIGIBLY sri l'AT Kl)
STORE, No. 308 King-street, between Wentworth
and Society streets. Apply to
STEIN MEYER & SON.
West ond of Dcuufaln-stroet.
December 23 mwfu
mo RENT, THE DESIRABLE DWELLING.
_L No. ao COMING-STREET, opposite innjean-street,
bavins 60ven rooms, witt attics, pantry, closets, and all
necessary accommodations for a genteel family. For
terms, ic, apply to No. 7 GEORGE-STREET.
December 3 mwf
TO RENT, THAI BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE.
No. 50 Cannon street, containing foursquare rooms,
dressing room and pantry, with double piazza; gas fix?
tures throughout: subie, hayloft, carriage houae and
smokehouse, all complete. Also, one two-story HOUSE
in tlie yard, containing lour square tooms. Possession
given on the 1st December. Apply on the PKI.MISLS.
November 27 wi'm
rpo KENT, THE - WATERLOO" I'LAN
JL TATION, situated on John's Island, immediately
on the Stono River, lt contains 400 acres first qualiiy
cotton land, 200 acres prime provision land, and about
3uo acres woodland, 14 negro houses, overseer's house,
2 cotton houses, bani, und gin house, ah in good order.
For terms, kc, applv to lt. C. MCFADDEN, sumter, S.
C., IsAAC W. GRIMBALL, John's Island, or to JAMES
M. CALDWELL A: SON, Charleston, S. C.
FOK REN T, PART OF AD KKK. HT Kl LT Y
SITUATED MANSION, in thc southwestern por?
tion ol the city, consisting of a suite of three or lour
spacious rooina on the first floor, with kitchen and ser
vauts' apartments. Terms model ate. Address "A,"
Daily NewB Office. November 19
II LI V <V Rfc BO LL,
CABLNET MAKERS, UPHOLSTERERS, CARVERS,
TURNERS AND FbESCO PAINTERS, No. 50
Mr. ll. BEIN having associated himself with Mr. A.
RE BO CL, b'gs leave to announce to his mends and
patrons that lucy ure prepared to UXOCUte auy work m
the above hue, viz: UPHOLSTERING, CABLNE1
MAKING, and DECORATIVE WORK oi any descrip
Uon, done at short notice.
Mr. RCBOUL be ng a Tresco Decorator, is prepared to
decorate Walls, Ceilings, fcc. Designs of Fresco Work
furuished. fmw 2mos December 27
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
Copartnership under the firm name of RIORDAN,
DAWSON & CO., tor the purpose ot conducting tho News?
paper known as TUE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, in
the City of Charleston, Slate of South Carolina.
By ibo ueod of Copartnership, FRANCIS W. DAWSON
alone is authorized to sign tho finn :.ume of RIORDAN,
DAWSON A CO., to any moneyed obligation or written
contract ol said firm.
B. R. RIORDAN.
iRANclS W. DAWSON.
Charleston, S. C., October 28,1867.
December 23 C
LOST AND FOUND?
LOST, IN KING-STREET, BETWEEN
Liberty-st. an.l Burns' Lane.a Chased GOLD L AND,
ino finder will bo rewarded by leaving it at THIS OF?
TICE. 1* December 27
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECTIVES, I
CBABLESTON, S. C., December 24, 1867. )
EECOVERED AND BROUGHT TO THIS OFITCE
ONE OVERCOAT, ONE bINGLE CASE ENliLlSH
iJoLL'n EXTj GOLD WAICH. ONE GOLD THIMBLE,
ONE GOLD RING, and numerous other articles. Tar?
bea losing the same wUl please call, prove property, and
pay expenses. H. W. HENDRICK^,
First Lieutenant and Chic! of Detectives.
LOST, ON THE CARS BETWEEN KINGS?
VILLE aud tins ei.y, a RED HU80IA LEATHER
KMUMOMNALE, eoutahung k25 in money and a free
ticket on the road in the name ot Miss Hoffman. Any
0110 flndi-g the s uue wld be suitably rewarded by hav?
ing it at THIS i'i TICE. December 18
FOR SALE-A FINE LOT OF TURKEYS,
GEESE and FOWLS will b3 sold cheap, at HUNT'S
Yard, King-str.ei, neir Line-strtet.
December 27 1
FOR SALE CHEAP, A 50 SAW COTTON
GIN, but little used. Apply to
Docomber27 fm Adg?. s North Wharf.
HANDSOME ROSEV. GOD PIANO FOI
SALE.-For *ale, ?. seven-octave PIANO, nearly
new. Will bo sold lr..,. Apply Kt No. ll KING-s iREEl,
where lt can ba Mien. fmw December 27
"V .' ALU MILE VEGETABLE FARM NINE
V 'J LIN miles from Charleston, on tho State Road,
on j ra? u Dalt mdes from Mt. Holly ou thc Northeastern
IUdlroad, containing 250 acres of cleared new land, fit tor
long or short cotton, rice, and vegetables for an early
market; ali under now and substantial louies; also a
htrge pasture for racing stock, under good tubstantiai
For terms, apply at C. P. P.lPPENHEIM'S Hardware
Store, No. 417 king-street. fmw3* December 27
17U>R SALE, A VALUABLE FARM OF 151
. acres, on the South Carolina Railroad, twelve miles
irom Charleston. I: is suitable lor a cattle or dairy larm.
It ls In tlie vicinity of the bed ot phosphate limo recently
discovered on thc Ashley River, and would be valuable
to that busme-a us a Summer ri sort for those who super?
intend it. And being immediately on thc railroad, would
prove convenient going to and Irom Charleston.
Apply to PERK?CLEAR it HALSEY,
West end Montague-street,
De. ember 21 Imo Charleston, S. C.
TO PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A Urge amount of TYP1: and JOB MATERIAL for
sale, in lots to suit purchasers. Terms reasonable, and
ca?b. Also, a fine HAND TRESS, price $250; an Adams'
Power Press, price ? 1 :u0; und a Card Press, price $100.
Apply to F. G. DEFONTALNE, Columbia, S. C.
SEA ISLAND AND UPLAND COTTON AND
RICE PLANTATIONS, FARMS and CIT? PROPEK
T? of ali kinds for SALE and LEASE by
CLIFFORD ?c MAT H EWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 66 Broad street.
November 9 3mos
fTIHE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO ANNOUNCE TO HIS
J. patrons and thc trado generally that ho bas remov?
ed his stock of Boots, Shoes and Trunks from No. 141
MEETING-STREET io that spacious Warehouse No. 29
HAINE-STBEET (Sign of thc Big Boot), where hu will
bo happy to greet his customers a- usual.
December 23 EDWARD DALY, Agent,
most rensonaric rates.
December 20 ftuthC
PRIVATE BOA KD.-TO LET A FURNISH?
ED ROOM, with the use of a parlor, with or with?
out board, in a private tinnily, where there ore no othor
boarders. Apply at THIS OFFICE. December 12
EE M O V A L-B O A R ? I N G .-MRS. A.
TRACY having removed her Boarding Establish?
ment from No. 69 Church-street to No. 79 BROAD
STHECT, is now prepaicd to furnish Board to a limited
number of Ladies and Gentlemen. Terms moderate.
BOARD WANTED.-A PRIVATE FAMILY
willing to board another family, consisting of hus?
band, wiic, young lady, two children and nurse, on rea?
sonable terms, will please address or call on LEONARD
CHAPIN, No. 20 Haync-strcet, and state terms and lo?
cality. 'Ihrec or four rooms required. December 14
BOARDING.-EXCELLENT BOARD CAN
ho obtained, at reasonable rates, by appljing at No.
414 KING STREET, one door above Hudson street, near
tho Citudel. The Street Cars pass tho door every ten
minutes. 3ino October 7
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANE MN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, an unfailing remedy ?or ail Diseases of tho
Digestive Organs and tho Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PAN KN IN'ii HEPATIC
BITT ERS, an unfailing ?eme?yfor all Diseases of the
Digestive Organs and the Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PAN'KNIN'S HEPATIC
Bl IT EUS, an unlading remedy tor all Diseases of tho
Digestive Organs and ihe Livor. For sale by ail Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOU1HEKN* TONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
BiTTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Diseases ol thc
Digestive Organs and tho Liver. For sale ny all Drug
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNTN'3 HEPATIC
BITTERS, an untailing remedy for all Diseases ol the
Digestive Organs and the Uvcr. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN lOMIO, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, au uuuiling remedy tor all Diseases ol thc
Digestive Organs and Ul?! Liver. For sale by ?.ll Dnig
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TuNlc, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, an uutailmg remedy for all Diseases of the
Digestive Organs and the Liver. Ter sate by ull Drug?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
BITTERS, an unlaiiiug remedy for all Diseuses of tin
Dig) Stive Or,',aus und tho Liver. Tor sale by ull Drug*
DON'T FAIL TO TR\ THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TOMC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
RUTERS, au u utah lng remedy Cur all Diseases ol the
Digestive Organs aud the Liver. For sale by all Drag?
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN IONIC. PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
Eli'TERs, ;iU tuMaSittf! remedy for all Dis. uses ot the
Digestive 0roauaund tilo Liver. For sale by all Drug?
DON'T FAIL Ttl TRY THE CELEBRA?
TE^ SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HEPATIC
B TIERS, un unfailing remedy for all Diseases of the
Digestive Orgaus aud thc Liver. Tor sale by all Drug?
gists. Kr November 27
FUN FOR ALLI
FULL INSTRUCTION'S BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
male or t?male, ran master the irreal art <.! Ven?
triloquism by u lew hours' practice, malting a world 01
bin, and alter becoming experts themselves, can teach
others, thereby making it a source Of income. Full ia
structions sent by mai) for 59 cents. Satisfaction guar
Addrrss J'. O. Drawer 21, Trey. N- Y.
May 13 ITT
HIGH SCHOOL. OP CHARLESTON.
AMEETING OF TflE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
will bo held in the Mayor's Office at the City Hal'.
This Day, thu 27th Instant, at 12 o'clock M., on boab
neas of importance. General and punctual attendance ls
RICHARD YEADON, Chaira an.
JAMES LOWNDES, Secretary. _December 27
MARION L?DGE NO. ?, I. O. O. P.
THE QUARTERLY M EETING OF THIS LODOE WILL
be held Thit Evening, the 27th Inst ,at 7 o'clock. A
full attendance is requested. (Juicers for the ensuing
tonn will bc elected this evoning.
By order. C. F. D. PETIT,
December 27 1 Secretary.
CITY STOCK ! CITY STOCK !
?jyj-ARKET PRIOR PAID BY
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
December 27 2 Broker, No. 8 Brosd-street.
SAVING > INSTITUTIONS.
FREEDMAN'S SAVIMS AND TRUST CO,,
No. 9 STATE-STREET.
MONEY DEPOSITED ON OR BEFORE THE 20TH
January, 1868, will bo entitled to interest as from
January lat. NATHAN RTTTER, Cashier.
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
No. 9 STATE-STREET.
DEPOSITS CAN ALWAYS BE WITHDRAWN WITH
OUT NOIICE. Deposits of Specie aro repaid m specie
All other Deposits are repaid in "GreenDacks" or Na?
tional Bauk Bills. NATHAN RITTER.
December 24 Imo Cashier
WALTER PA NN ILL
For North and South Carolina.
OFFICE.No. 59 BROAD-STREET
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. L. HONOUR,
AUCTIONEER AND INSURANCE AGENT
NO. 8 BROAD-STREET.
rtSURANCE ON HOUSES. STOCKS. FURNITURE
fcc. tc, taken in first-class SOUTHERN Insurance
Com pani es. Although the Companies repr?sent?e1
this Agency do not pnt ont FABULOUS CAPITALS JN
PAPER, they will be found STRONGER in comparison
TO MARKET VALUE OF THEIR CAPITAL AND THE
AMOUNT AT RISK, than the largest capital represented
hi the City of Charleston.
J. L. HONOUR,
INSURANCE AGENT, No. 8 Broad-street.
December 17 Imo
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
WILL BE ISSUED BY SLY O'CLOCK EVERY
MORNING to subscribers in any portion of the
city, at EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK, payable weekly
Orders left at the Periodical Stores of Mr. C. C. RIGHTER
Nos. 161 and 338 KING-STREET, or st the Office of the
DAILY NEWS, No. 18 HAYNE-tiTREET, will receive
prompt attention. J. SILVERSTEIN,
December _Agent for City Delivery.
--" ' B O Q K S
For the Holidays
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS COMPLETED HIS USUAL
\ HOLIDAY BOOKS,
made with gretit care, and comprising the choicest Pub
llcationa of the London and Continental Press.
His specialty, however, for this season will be
SUITABLE FOR ALL AGES, and selected from the very
beal, publications ot LONDON AND THE CONTINENT
Ho also offers choice editions of BIBLES AND PRAYER
BOOKS, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, PAPETERIE, 4c
all of which, hiving beon recently purchased for cash, on
un usually lav arable terms, will be sold at correspond
ingly LOW RA i Es.
IMPORTER OF FOREIGN BOOKS,
De camber IC No. 285 King-street.
~ IP. Q,ui3srisr,
(LATE M. M. QUINN.)
fjP-T0Wi\ BOOK SIWS DEPOT
No. 337 KING STREET, OPPOSITE ANN,
1IHLL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND ALL THE
VV LATEST PUBLICATIONS, such as BOOKS
MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, ic; parties living uo
town will find it convenient to give me a call, and can
?lly on getting their papers regular. City papers sold
id subscriptions taken for all Papers and Magazine?
oretgn Papers and Reviews ordered for regular sub
Particular mention pail to orders from the country.
A good supply of SCHOOL BOOKS always kept cn
hand. 3mo November 21
SHACKELFORD & KELLY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
NO. 1 BOYCE'S WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
W. W. SHACKXLFOOD. WV. AlKE>" EXULT.
July 12 f
Jt. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
Real Estate Agents, Brokers,
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
KEAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ic, BOUGHT AND SOLD
ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED; PRO?
fl?" Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, ic, every
Wednesday. October 19
WILLUM fl. GILLMD & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 DAINE bTP.EET.
~WILL1S & CHISOLM,
"ITfi'ILLATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
Yr SHIPMENT ito Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER ANO NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. H. C.
E. WILLIS.A. li. UHISOI.M
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINE
liOLl) AJiD SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
ALL WARRANTED TO RUN AND THOROUGH?
LY REGULATED, AT THE LOW PRICE OF
HA Tl SEA CTION G VA RA A' TEED.
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.$250 to $1000
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches. 200 to 600
loo La-ies'Watches, Enamelled. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watchps... 050 to 3n0
200 Gold Hunting English Levers. 200 to 250
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches. 150 tu 200
500 Gold Hunbug American Watches. 100 to 250
500 silver Hunting Levers. 60 to 150
500 Silver Huuting Duplexes. 75 to 250
600 Ladies'Gold Watches. 50 to 250
11100 Oold Hunting Lepines. 60 to 75
WOO MisceUanoous Watches, all kiuds. 60 to 100
250U Silver Hunting Watches. 25 to 60
50 X) Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 75
The above stock will be disposed of on thc popular one
price plan, wiving every' patron a flue Gold or solid Sil?
ver Watch lor tlu, without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnifi?
cent Stock, certificates, naming the articles, aro placed
in scaled envelopes, and well mixed. Holders are enti?
tled to the article named ou their certificate, upon pay?
ment ot Ten Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth $1000
or one worth less. Tho return of any of our certificates
entitles you to the article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective of its worth; and as no article valued less
than ilO is named on any certificate, it will at once
be seen that this is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate transacUcn, which may be participated in
even by the most fastidious I
A single Certificate will be sent by mail, postpaid, upon
receipt of 25 cents, five for $1, eleven for $2, thirtv-tbrec
and elegant premium for $5, sixty-six and more valuable
premium for MO. one hundred and most superb Watch
lor S15. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this
Is a rare opportunity, lt is a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by the Government, and open
to toe most careful scrutiny. Try us. Address
WRIGHT. BRO. i CO..
Importers, No. 161 Broadway, N. Y. j
THE BAZAAR Hi ALT) OF THE WIDOWS' HOME
fill reopen at the Home, in Broad-street, on Thursday
Scening, 2Gth inst., at 7 o'clock, with additional attrac
ions ; will open ou Friday at 1 P. M., and on Saturday
it 12 M., rlosing each day al 10 P. M.
Donations of Refreshments, Fruits and Faucy Articles,
Till be thankfully received, there being still a demand
Admission as before. On Saturday Evening the Draw
ngs will take place, when holders of Prize Tickets w?l be
idmittcd upon exhibiting the same at the door.
December 21 S
ST. MICHAEL'S CLOCK.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, DhC. 18, 1867.
INSTITUATES FOB REPAIRING, CLEANING AND
ii PUTTING IN ORDER, ST. MICHAEL'S CLOCK,
will be received at this office until Monday, 30th inst., at
12 o clock.
Also, the Clock can bo examined by applying at thc
Main Guard House for tho key ot the < "burch.
Separate estimates for ARRANGING THE STRIKING
APPARATUS will be received at thc eame time.
By order. W. H. SMITH.
December 19 Clork of Council.
TO JV.\K-SHOP KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
DECEMBER 2, 1867. J
THE JUNK-SHOP LICENSES OF THE FOLLOWING
persons have expired. They are hereby notified to
apply at this Office immediately and ronaw the same :
PHILIP RILEY, Warren and St. Philip-streets.
M. RE?NOLUS, No. 5 Bedon's Alley.
MAR? BURKE, No. 72 Calhoun-strcet.
EDMUND WALLACE. No. 24 Washington-street.
JAMES WALLACE, No. 95 Spring-street
JOHN LEAHY, No. 2H Coming-street.
MARY HAFFERTY. Columbus and Hanover-atreeta.
MARY CAMPBELL, President and Cannon-strests.
P. MANION, No. 57 ?tate-sireet.
JOHN HENNY, No. 16 Queen-street.
JAMES BARBY, No. 10 Whorl- itreet,
D. CONBOY, No. 32 St. Phlhp-.itreet
P. DOBAN. NO. 10 Exchange-street.
P. PINKUSSOHN, No. 53 East Hay.
>Y. H. SMITH,
December 3 Clerk of Council.
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHARLESTON, November 26, 1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICENSES IXPIBED FIRST OCTO?
BER last. Those who fall id to renew at that time
are not considered as having a Lk ease, and consequently
are no Auctioneers. W. H. SMITH,
November 27 Clerk of CouncU.
OFFICJ: CLERK OP COUNCIL, )
May 1867. J
Thc following Section of " An Ordinance to abolish the
office of Sperintendent of Street* ; to provide for Keep
iug the Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Coarta in the
City of Charlesston Clean, anti for other purposes," is
hereby published for the Infor nation of all concerned :
For the due protection of the said contractor or con?
tractors, it is further ordained, That every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in any
sheet, lane, alley, or open court, shall on every day
(Sundays excepted) have the dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
offal, placed bi front of his or hex lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and In readiness for the contractor, by the hour of
seven o'clock, A. M., rrom the til st day ot May to the-!
first day of November In every year ; and by the hour ot
nine o'clock, A. M., frcm the first day of November to
the first day of May following. And any person offend*
lng herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, In any street, lane, or alley, or open court, alter the
hours above named, shull be subject to a fine not less
than two nor more than five dollars, for eooh and every
offence, to be Imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May 15 Clerk of Council.
TO REGULATE THE DREDOING) OF DOCKS.
Whereas, The best Interests of the city, aa well as the
convenience of the shipping visiting the port, demand
that tho channel of Cooper River be kept op<in with suffi?
cient depth of wat/jr for all commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction:
Be it ordained. That in future all mud removed from
any of the city docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall bo removed one hundred and atty fathoms from
the end of the dock.
Tho Harbor Master shall bo furnished with a copy of
this Ordinance, which he Ls required stricUy to enforce;
and to report for prosecution ali violations of the same;
which shall subject tho parry so offending to a fine not
exceeding ono hundred dol?ais for each and every
Ratified In City CouncU this oigb* lay of October, in the
year at our Lord one thous* A 1 eight hundred and
ILS.) P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of CouncU._Cctobor 18
TO PROVIDE FOB THE LIQUIDATION OT THE rNTRBTST
OM THE DEBT OF THE C1TT, WHICH ACCRUED ON THE
THIRTIETH DAT OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY 1HE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN In City Connell assembled, That for the pur?
pose of liquidating the interest on the public debt ot the
city, whu-n accrued on the mir;loth day ot September
last, six per cent, stock, obligatory on the corporation of
the City of Charleston, shah be issued under the direc?
tion of the Mayor, to the persons holding stocks or six
per cent, bonds ol tho city, and enttlcd to receive the
interest accrued thereon at the time above stated, the
said stock to bear interest attar the rate of six per cent
per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable tu thirty
years from date: Provided, That no part of said stock
.hall be issued tor any sum less than twenty donan, or
for any fractional port of a dollar: Provided, also, that
all sums for less than twenty dollars, and for fractional
parta of a dollar, shall be paid in city bibs.
SEC. 2. That the fe rm of certificate, and mode ol
transfer of said stock shah be subject to tho same regu?
lations os now ex?t in relation to other city six per cent
stocka of tho city.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, ls the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven,
[L. s.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. Surra, Clerk of Council ." October 25
TO nr.OCLATK TBE CTORAGE OF PETROLEUM, ITS POO*
DUCTS, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. I. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Alden ?len, in
City Council assembled, That from and after tho lfith day
of June next, lt shall not be lawful to keep Petrol*, im,
Kerosene, Bock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in
flammable oU or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
store or building south of Line street in a larger quail
lity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
any such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vent?is ol tin or other metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought into the city by land
or water, may be kept on any lot or in any budding in
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which timi: it
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
tho foregoing section.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons violating any part of
this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of com
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May, In
the year ot our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
fL.S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of CouncU. June 6
OFFICE OF CITY TREASDBY, 1
January 3, 1867. j
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDiB
t he following Ordinance Urentes have been prepared
forde livery from this Office. 8. THOMAS,
SEC. L Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermenin
City Council assembled, That from anti after tue first day
of January, licenses shall bo taken out for all carts, drajt
and wagon?, used for private and domestic purposes, in
thc same manner, and accord Int to the same provision
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, lett i
driven for hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shah be provided with a bsdgo coi.,
faining the number thereof, sad marked Private, to i e
placed on the outside of tue shr.ft
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by th? Treasurer as
surety to any bond unocr thc Ordinance concerning li?
censes for chris, drays, wagons und other carriages, un?
less he or she be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The following shall hereafter be the rates lot
licenses for public and private ' arts, drays, wagon*, Ae.,
including thc horses or mules u>ed thereof, which ahull
be free from other taxation:
PUBLIC CARTS, DRAYS, ETC., OU THOSE EMFLOIKD IN AM
BUSINESS WHATEVEE, FOR HESS DIRECT OR n?DIRECT.
For every cwt, dray or wagon, drawn ky one horse or
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn ty two hone? or
For every back and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hark .md carriage with four wheels, MO.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus,
with two horses, *50.
For every stage or omnibus (except Uno omnibus^
drawn by lour horses, $60.
For every truck drawn oy two or more horses or mules
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horses
or mules, SCO.
BREAD CARTS AND PRIVATE CAJTTS, DRATS, KIO.
For overy bread cart or wagon, $5,
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do.
mestic purposes, and not to bo employed m the brand,
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly tor the same, shall pay for a license the sum ot
$5, exclusive ot the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this 16th day of January
I f.. s.] In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun*
dred and sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
January 3 W. H. SMITH, Clerk ol Council
READ FOR FOUR INTEREST.
CiAVE YOU lt MONEY UNTIL YOU BEACH THE
O Southwest corner of Meeting and Wentworth streets,
where B. WHITE will sell you just such FURNITURE
as you want, from a CRADLE to a CHAMBER or PAR?
LOR SET, at prices thit have plea.-ed many otberu. are
pleasing every day, and co they will you.
Everything warranted aa represented.
Hair, Cloth, and Varn.sh cheap to thc trade.
Don't be kept away, and dou't leave ii others are be?
fore you; vou will get your turu.
Southwest Corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
December 4 lmo
FROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
AND MAMFACTI ICERS O*'
OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, "ear Canal Street,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FUBN1SHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Uoods purchased of our Hou?o guaranteed as re
R. W. FROST. JAMES BLACK. UKO. SNTDEB.
Oe'tobor 2* ;)mos
Toe ( aroliua Times,
PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG C. H.
rHIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT THE
middle portion of th? State, and offers the best
?cilltiei for advertisers, February Si
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOU;
m\ MACKEREL, CODFISH AND
HERRIfGS, O.V CO.'iSIGV.HE.Vl'.
I QA ,'BI'!'. HAW BBLS. AND KITS, NO. I
LOU ?0 bbl?, half lad bbl?. No. 2
60 bbls. half and bole. No. 3
S boxea Codfish
4O0 boxes S. C. Herrings.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS 4 CO.
December 07 fmw3
SIDE};!, 8H??LDEB8, STRIPS,
CA HHDS. STRICTLY PRIME C. R. SIDES
UU 40 hhds. strictly Primo nibbed Sides
20 hhds. Strictly Primo shoulders
20 hhils. Plantation Shoulder*
10 hhds. Bulk Shoulder*, in Orv salt
20 boxea Choioo Sugar Cured Pig Hams
. 10 hhds. Choice Sujjar Cured Strim
100 bbl*. Mess Pork
70 Obie. Primo Mesa Pork
30 bblfi. Plantation Pork
150 tubs Refined Lard
60 firkin." Pure Leaf La ed
100 boxes Manufactui ed Tobacco
25 sacks Prime Rio Coffee
25 bbls. "Yonkers" Yellow Sugar
GOO boxes Extra Scaled Herrings
100 boxes Adamantine Candles
75 boxes Choice English Dalry Chetso
75 packages No. 1 Mackerel, in bbls, half bbls. and
Landing, and in store, and for sale low by
JEFFORDS k CO.,
December 27_4_No. 30 Vendue Bange.
FIRST CARGO NEW CROP MOLASSES, EX-BARK
Sarah B. Hale, from Matanzas.
For sale low, from wharf, by
RIDLEY 4 CREIGHTON,
December 95_Nos. 143 and 145 East Bay.
OAfiA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN SPLENDID
?UUV order. For sale by
December 20 fm~?5 ROBT. MURE k CO.
TENNENT'S AND BERNARD'S DO?ELE STRONG
AND PALE ALES, in bond and In stare. For salo
by ROBT. MURE k CO.,
December 20 fmwfl Boyce k Co.'a Wharf.
Ff\ BALES SUPERIOR EXTRA HEAVY DUNDEE
ZJVJ BAGGING, 'iyK lbs to the yard.
For sale by ROBT. MURE t> CO.,
December 20 fmw6_Bocea k Co.', Wharf.
O A A T0NS> N0W LANDING, THE RED ASH EGG
fl'tv COAL, for parlor use.
40 tons superior Nut Coal, for stoves and cooking
ranges, which will be sold low for cash, by applying to
F. P. SEIGNroUs,
Coal Yard, corner East Eay and Hasel sta., east side.
December 25 3
WOOD, LUMBER, &c.
BEST QUALTTY OAK, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD,
by boat load or at retail, as well as ASSORTMENT
OF LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES, 4c. For sale low,
at foot Besutain-street. STETNMXYEB 4 SON.
December 17 ruths
~BALE B0P?7 BAGGING AND
FOB SAXE IN LOT3 TO SUIT PURCHASERS, BY
the Manufacturer H. CLDC OS,
No. 57 Pine street, New York.
September 24 imo
JOHN B. TOGNT,
No. 125 Meeting-street,
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL DEALER Di HAVANA
AND DOMESTIC S EG ABS. Fine Chewing and
Smoking Tobacco, Genuine Meerschaum and Briarwood
Pipes, West India and Domestic Fruit, French Confec?
tionery, and Jullies, Preserves-m Jars and Cans; Nuts,
French Fancy Boxes, Malaga Grapes.
A foll supply of WILLOW BASKET8, 4c , 4c.
Country orders promptly attmded to.
December 3 Imo
_HATS AND CAPS,
"THE TEMPLE OF FASHION!"
JUST RECEIVED, THE LARGEST AND MOST COM?
PLETE STOCK OF
HATS, CAPS AND FURS*
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
And at prices that will compete with any other hongs
m the city.
C. H. JOHNSON,
December 9 Imo No. 269 KING-STREET.
ZHLA-R, JD WJ^K-E
SAM'L E. MARSHALL
EESPECTFULLY BEGS TO INFORM HTS FRIENDS
that he has now on hand, and is receiving constant?
ly, the foUowing
Which he offers at Wholesale and Retail.
AXES, HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS,
COTTON ?ND WOOL CARDS.
SIEVES, CHAINS, NAILS.
' SPIKES, CANAL BARROWS,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, BULLDKBS' HARDWARE.
MILL AND GRIND STONES,
PLOUGHS, CORN SHELLERS,
STRAW CUTT ? BS,
'/ABLE AND ?XH?KET CUTLERY,
FORKS AND CASTORS,
CAPS, MUPKET9, GUNS,
WOOD TIN AND HOLLuW WARE.
RECEIVED . PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, of my orAi importation, an assortment of GUNS,
CUTLERS', Steel Corn Mills, 13. "on Ware, Sporting Ar?
ticles, Ac. Will be sold low fa "sh or city acceptance.
No. 310 KING-STREET,
THREE DOORS BELO SOCIETY,
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN GUN.
December 3 36
! MIS! STOVES!
THE VERY LOWEST MAMET PRICES.
THE JUSTLY CELEBRATED
COOKING AND HEATING
FOR CHURCHES, HOTELS. SCHOOLS AND SALOONS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE SOUTHERN MARKET
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
November 2 2mos Charleston, S. C.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. A. .MILLER.Caahler.
J. P. HORBACH.Superintendent.
PROPRIETOR. OF THE
OREENVl.'.i.S S. C.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
WM. A. HURD.Of Now Orleans.
W. F. CORKERY.Ol Spottswood Hotel, Eicumond.
Telegraph and Railroad Offices in Hotunda o? Hotel.
June 17_ ?
PROPRIETOR OF THE
SPARTANBURO, S. C.