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THE DAILY
Daily Paper $10 a Year.
'Let our Just Censure
PHOHX
0
Attend the True Event.'
Tri-Weekly $7 a Year
BY J. A. SELBY.
COLUMBIA. S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 19, 1865.
VOL. I-NO. 225.
THE PHONTX,
rUBLISUED DAILT AND TUI-WEF.ELT, !
BY JULIAN A. SELBY.!
y T AT E rBINTE R.
TERMS-IN AD VANCE.
ADVEKTISEM EN TS
Inserted at $1 per square fer thc first in?
sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent.
SfW Special notices 15 cents a linc.
PKOSPECT OF ANOTIIF.II COLLISION
OF AUTHORITY.-A few days since thc
Freedmen's Court sot about thc good j
work of closing up the negro dance j
houses which hare been opened by a ;
low class of white mau in the negro
"settlement" just outside the cor
porste limits of the city, and which
were complained of by the citizens as
intolerable nuisances. Oue of these
was run by Dan, .Dunuegan & Co.,
on Church street, and report said it
was frequented by gangs of lawless,
drunken negroes, to the great scandal
of the neighborhood, ' 'and the peace
and dignity of the State." Dunn egan
was arrested, taken before the Freed?
men's Court and fined $50. Dunue?
gan subsequently went before the
grand jury of the United States.Dis?
trict Court and lodged ' 'an informa?
tion," and that body returned an in?
dictment against John Lawrence,
Judge of the Freedmen's Court, and
his clerk, J. B. Coon, for "extorting
money under cover of their office.
A warrant was served upon them, but
no bail was given, and we learn that
* Judge Lawrence has been ordered by
the Freedmen's Bureau not to obey
tho warrant, as lie was in the discharge
of his duty.-Nashville Union.
DISQUIETUDE TN CANADA. - Tho-j
New York Herald gives the following
as a snmmajy of news from that :
province :
The French inhabitants of Cunada 1
are adding to thc disquietude which j
the Fenian excitement luis recently j
inflicted on the Canadian Govern- 1
ment. The French organs un il the j
members of tho French association
known as the Sons of Libert}', have '
become very bold in their denuncia- j
dons of British domination and
British confederation schemes. The j
French Canadians would rather see
the province annexed io the United I
States than merged into a colonial
union, whereby their influence and
their nationality would be completely \
overslaughed mid neutralized. Al?
ready the French newspapers in
Montreal have received a semi-official
warning in reference to the alleged
imprudence of their course. Mean?
time the members of the government,
backed by the British ministry, are
pushing their confederation pro?
gramme, but so fur apparently with
no positive assurance of success.
Wanted-$4,000.
IHAVE the above amount on hand.
Would like to eng:tge as clerk in some
good mercantile establishment, with a view
to future partnership. Address
* J. W. NEWTON,
Dec 17 3* Columbia, S. C.
w antod,
? SITUATION aa TUTOR, in r.vfamily
/\_ of five, six or eight children. All tho
English Branches and Latin and (?reek (if
lesired) taught. Apply at this office,
stating salary. References given, if rc
qniretl. Dec 5 IS
i?<ar<o>t;?oo.
BY order of Jacob Bell, Ordinarj will be
sold, at public sale, on WEDNESDAY.
2??tli inst., at the residence of the late Mrs.
Matthews, all the lb.ns. .,o!d and Kitchen
FURNITUREbelongingtothc estate of the
lato Jos. Matthews.
J. I'. MATTHEWS.
DJC f> Adm'r Est. of Jos. Matthews.
McltfEaster's Hotel.
WTNNSBORO, S. C.
THIS old and favorably known
.HOUSE is still kept by the widow of
?John McMastcr, Esq.. deceased.
Tue patronage of old friends and of thc
public is solicited. Der 12 tut
For Sa!c;
MY DESIRABLE libICK RESI?
DENCE, corner Henderson and Lau
?rel streets. The house has every con?
venience for a respectable family. Posses
sion given about 1st Januarv next.
Nov IA fC* E. L. KERRISON.
\
FOB CHRISTMAS.
TO? BOOKS, in great varictv, at
Deo. 17 3 r. B. GLASS* Bookston
CRACKERS.
-1 /\ BARRELS, assorted, at
JA/ E. POLLARD'S, on Main st.,
Der 17 S* Contr? of oki Brick Range.
RICE THAT IS RICE.
"j f\ Bli LS. more of that superior NEW
JA/ RICE, direct from the Charleston
Mills, just received and for sale ar the Auc?
tion Room of LEVIN A PEESOTTO.
Dec 17 _o_ I
Two Furnished Rooms tc Rent,
IN u desirable locality; suitable for single j
gcntlcmon. For terms. Ac. apply to
P. B. GLASS,
Dee 17 2 Gen. Commission Agent.
New York Daily Papers
RECEIVED every morning. Also, Dlus
trated Weeklies-bound volumes for
1862, '63 and "G4. For 6ale at
P. B. GLASS' Bookstore,
Plain street, opposite Bedell's Row.
Dec 17 2
CARTES FOB ALBUMS!
BEAUTIFULLY COLORED PHOTO?
GRAPHS, smtable for Photographic
Albums, conrprising Groups, Landscapes,
Figures. Ac. ALSO,
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, various
styles, sizes and prices, suitable for Christ?
mas presents. lor sale at
P. B. GLASS' Bookstore,
Plain street, opposite Bedell's Row.
Dec 17 3
Stolen,
FROM my premises, on Friday
night, six miles from Columbia,
_ "__?two MULES-one a large iron
gray norse mule, sixteen hands high,
eight vears old, shod all round, mane and
tad trimmed; the other a black mare mule,
sixteen hands high, shod all round, with a
sear on one hind leg. A reward of $50 will
be paid for their return and the detection
of tho thief. J. 1). FROST.
GC?LD PENS ! j
? CHOICE SUPPLY of vcrv superior
i\_ and elegant GOLD PENS: the. nnest
over offered in this market, with holders of
various styles and sizes.
AI-SO,
STEEL PENS >f every description.
QUILLS <>f the best qualit?.
Sealing Wax and Wafers.
Wood. India Rubber ar-.d Metallic Pen- i
holders.
Pen Racks and Tin Check Colters.
Japanned Cash Boxes.
Post Office R .A's.
Ivory Paper Folders.
Gum Labels, Chalk.
Backgammon Boards, Chessmen, Dice. ?
Bristol Board, Drawing Paper.
Parchment, Visiting Cards.
Indelible Ink, India Ink. i
! Camel Hair, Sable and Bristle Brushes. ;
Copying PCCSSCS, Copying Rooks, Ac.
, Mucilage, Desk Pads, Letter Clips.
Faber's Black Lead and Colored Pencils.
Pocket Books, Red Tape and many other
articles of Office, School ?nd Counting
House Stationery.
ALSO,
I The most superior LETTER, CAI' and
i NOTE PAPER and ENVELOPES, at
P. B. GLASS' Bookstore,
On the site of the old Post Office.
1 Dec 17_ 3
NOTICE!
JUST received, 500 pieces of BONNET
RIBBON. Also, a large; assortment of
VELVET RIBBONS - ailmunbers -and thc
. largest stock of latest, style LADIES'
HATS in this city, which we offer at very
1 reduced nrices.
We also offer a large stock of DRESS
: GOODS, of all descriptions, and All-wool
1 BALMORAL SKIRT , at NEW YORK
1 PRICES. ABELES, MYERS & CO.,
Dec. 16 (i Bronson's Old Stand.
FOR SALE OR RENT,
^ A DWELLING HOUSE, containing
t'i???* eight rooms, situated two miles from
dUULColumbia, on the Camden Road. On
the premises are a carriage house, stable,
barn and all necessary out-houses. The
lot contains ISO acres, wooded. Apply to
BENT. T. DENT,
Dc; 13 _ At the. Market.
GU NSMITHING.
PETER W. KRAFT would
respectfully inform his old
.friends and customers that
?he bas resumed his old busi
: ness of a GUNSMITH, and will promptly
attend to all orders. Dec 7 12 "
Cotton Seed
? O AAA BUSHELS choice COTTON
; JUt\J\J\J SEED for sale. Apply to the
' undersigned, at Marion C. IL, s. C.
D'C ll t<i* W. W. DURANT.
If you Want a Comfortable and Con?
venient Residence for your Family,
KENT THE LATTA IIOLSE !
THE above is located near tho Char
" r lotte Railroad Depot. Tin; building is
divided into nine comfortable rooms, with
a piazza on all sides, and every conve?
nience in the house a family could desire
On thc premises are line out-buildings,
such as Kitchens, Servants' Rooms, .Sta?
bles, Carriage House, ?Sc.
Thc ground attached consists of S4 acres
LAND, suitable for pasture and growing of j
all kinds of grain; fine Vegetable Garden, I
Orchard, Ac.
For terms, applv at the Auction Room of
Messrs. LEVIS A PELXOTTO, corner of
Assemble and Plain streets. Dec 14
FROM
Columbia to Charleston.
THE NEW and FIRST-CLASS LIGHT
DRAFT STEAMER GEORGE ia now
prepared to make engagements to take
Freight from Granby Landing to Charles?
ton. All goods forwarded by this Une will
be insured, if desired. Also, forwarded to I
New York, and advances made upon tho !
same, if required.
Dec 14 Imo A. L. SOLOMON, Agent.
J95T" Thc Abbeville Banner, Newberry
Herald, Anderson Intelligences and Chester
Standard will publish tho above "for two
weeks, and send bills to this office.
NOTICE
UNTIL FURTHER ??
O IES. ID IE3 3rL St. ,
THE SUBSCRIBE R'S
"WILL BE AT THE STORE OF
C. S. JENKINS,
ASSEMBLY STREET, NEXT MARKET*
SANTA CLAUS.
Dec Imo
BOOTS, SHOES AND LEATHER,
a??~ THE subscribers have just received
tr*!;; general assortment of BOOTS and
1 MsilOES, consisting of: Gent's Single
and Double-soled BOOTS. (Ph?adelphii
make,) Balmorals, Gaiters, Bootees, Bro?
gans. Ac. Also, a line lot of the very best
Baltimore Oak Sole LEATHER. We will,
as usual, make to order all variet'es of
Boots and Shoes, of tho best material and
workmanship, for cash only-a rule from
which there will lie no exception.
J. A A. OLIVER,
Sumter st., between Richland and Laurel
_ Dec 7_Imo*
j Just Received from New York
AND FOR SALE AT
L. ?. CLARKE'S,
WASHINGTON STREET,
ALARGE and fashionable assortment of
ORNAMENTS and TRIMMINGS for
I Ladies' Dresse? and Clonks, consisting of
! Bugles, Butterflies, Drops, Fancy Cords
and Buttons, of every description and size;
! Breakfast Shawls, Central Park Hoods, In
? fant's Socks, Ladies' Fancy Neck-Tics,
I Ladies'Fancy Neck-Ties, with fringe, Dress
j Elevators, Belt Buckles and Clasps, Silk
I and Leather Belts, Belting Ribbons of all
i colors and widths, Velvet Ribbon of all
widths. Ladies' Scarfs. Collars and Culls,
I Traveling Bags, Ladies' Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, Ladies' L. c. Handker
! chiefs. Gent's L. c. Handkerchiefs, Gent's
! Silk Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Gloves and
I Gauntlets. Gent's Buck Gloves, Skirt Braid
of all colors, Coat Bindings, Balmoral
Skirts, a large assortment of Hoop Skirts,
Ladies', Gent's, Youth's and Misses' Under
Vests. Ladies' Flannel Skirts, Ladies'
largo Rouble Shawls; a fine assortment of
Perfumeries, Brown Windsor Soap, Tooth
Soap, Toilet Powder, Boxes and Puffs, Hair
Brushes and Combs, Nail Brushes; a line
assortment of Dross Goods, al greatly
reduced prices -DeLaincs, Black and Col'd
Alpacas, Mcrinoes, Calicoes, Ac; Klaek
Cloth and Oassimeros. Fancy Cassimeres,
! Blankets, Umbrellas, Blue Shirtings, Pa?
per Cambric. Linen. Black and Colored
Dress Silks. Marceline Silk, Ac. Dec C>
Engine, etc., for Sale.
A FIVE-HORSE ENGINE, in running
xY_ order, with pulleys, etc.. for sale low.
Apply at this office. " Dec 12
Charleston Advertisements.
MES. R. F. W. ALLSTON
PROPOSES (D. V.) to open,
the FIRST MONDAY in Janua
ggrv, at her residence, No. 37
[Meeting street. Charleston, S.
C., a BOARDING AND DAY
SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES.
It will he Mrs. Allston'a earnest desire to
merit the confidence <>f parents and guard?
ians. For terms and circulars, apply as
above. Dec 16 $6
G-roceriesS Groceries!
BACON SIDES and SHOULDERS.
PIG HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON.
BUTTER. CHEESE, LARD, FLOUR.
TEA, SUGAR, COFFEE, BISCUITS.
Candy, Pickles, Soap. Si arch..
Candles, Sweet Oil, Herrings.
Codfish, Mackerel, Salmon.
Raisins, Potatoes.
Liverpool Salt.
Whiskey, Brandy, Gin.
Port, Madeira and Sherry Wine.
And a general assortment of Groceries,
Ac, for sale low for cash bv
PHILIP FOGARTY A CO.,
Corner Atlantic Wharf and East Bay,
Doc 17 Imo_Charleston, S. C.
m$. Se ? COTCHETT,
FASHIONABLE
BONNET EMPORIUM,
263 King Street, Charleston, S. C.,
HAS on hand all the most
fashionable
Bonnets
H AT 8 !
She will be pleased to re?
ceive and fill orders from ber
old customers with neatness,
cheapness and despatch, by express.
Dec 12_tuft
R, S. CATHCART.
WM. GURNEY,
WHOLESAIE mm,
And Commission Merchant,
102 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
C1UGAE, COFFEE., TEA, MOLASSES,
Bacon, Lard, Cheese. Mackerel and
Butter; Liquors of all kinds.
tar Liberal advances made on consign?
ments. Dec 12 tutti
TO OWNERS AND SHIPPERS
OF
3FACTOE, SHIPPING
AND
COMMIS. MERCHANT,
Office 143 Meeting Street, Directly Oppo?
site Hoyne Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WILL make liberal advances on con?
signments through his friends:
Messrs. Sawyer, Wallace A Co.", New York.
Messrs. Donner, Potter A Co., New York.
Messrs. Boonen, Graves A Co., New York.
Messrs. Haselhurst A Smith, New York.
Messrs. Thayer. Brigham A Co., Boston.
Messrs. J. A D. Malcoloison, Liverpool.
Messrs. John K. Gilliot A Co , Liverpool.
Messrs. Henry Sloan A Son, Philadelphia.
Messrs. Pendergast, Fenwick & Co., Bait.
Messrs. Gardner, Dexter A Co., Boston.
Messrs. ('liarles Smith A Co., Boston.
His facilities f<>r Insurance coverCotton,
Ac,-all the way through, by land ami pea,
from any point, at lower rates by floating
policies than can bc effected here.
Produce bought and sold ber? to fill
orders, at market rates, giving wners the
opportunity of selling tier? or ?hipping.
Consignments solicited, to which I will
give my personal attention, and returns
made in currency, goid or foreign ex?
change. Dee IC Imo
Groceries,
BAGGING and ROPE,
DRY and FANCY GOODS.
MILLINERY GOODS,
YANKEE NOTION:., Ac.
Full and large assortment now in store
and constantly receiving. For sale at
LOWEST MARKET PRICES, at. wholesale,
by CHAS. L. GUILLEAUME,
143 Meeting street,
Opposite Hayne street,
Dec i:; lrno Charleston. S. C.
Philip Fogarty & Co.,
WHOLESALE GBOCEBS
And Commission Merchants,
Corner Atlantic Wharf and East Hay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
KEEP constantly on lin.:;'.! a full stock of
choice GROCERIES, WINES, LI
QTJORS, Ac Dec 17 Imo
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,
173 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
A ORICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, of all
_Z~A_ kinds, of thc latest and. most approved
patterns, consisting of:
Plows, Harrows, Hay Cutters. Corn Shell?
ers, Cultivators, ( lotton Gins, Horse Pow?
ers, Threshing Machines and Separators,
Saw and Corn Mills. Plantation Carts,
Hand-barrows, with Plow Castings of all
kinds. ? ALSO,
Improved Hand-power Portable Cotton
Presses. Tor sale, for cash, at Now York
price?. Dee i Imo
MARSHALL, BEACH & CO.,
COMMISE MERCHANTS
AND BANKERS,
24 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ADVANCES m ado on COTTON con?
signed to our firm in New York or
Liverpool. ALSO,
Buv and sell Exchange on England und
New York, and uncurrent funds.
Deo 6 Imo
121 MEETING STREET,
WHOLESALE DEALERS EN
Dry Goods,
fknm sooss
AND CLOTHING,
ARE now receiving a large assort men tot"
STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS
purchased during thc recent decline-and
offer them at GREATLY RED Ut: ED
! PRICES.
Shall have a <.rplcto stock of CLOTH
j INO manufactured For the Spring trade.
! The attention of merchants solicited.
Dec 1 20
STENHOUSE & CO.,
FORWARDING ANO COM. MERCHANTS,
No. 110 EAST RAT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
C10TTON and PRODUCE forwarded to
) the Northern cities. From their long
experience, they feel confident of their
ability to give satisfaction. Nov 10
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
DJ
MUM WML \
CA li HYING THE U. S. MAIL.
GRASADA, QUAKER CITY.
ANDALUSIA, STARLIGHT,
ALHAMBRA, SARAGOSSA.
THE shins of this line are all first-class
and reliable, aro at least as fast as any
of the co.ist, and built at as great an ex?
pense. They are in charge oi gentlemanly
and capable commanders, and every atten?
tion will be paid to the comfort of the pas?
sengers. One of (he above ships will be
despatched from New York amt one from
Cha:!, st ..-i EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY. Cargo by these steamers
insures at thc lowest rates. All informa?
tion can be had from either of thc agents.
HAVEN El i A CO., Charleston.
VRTHUR LEARY, New York.
Merchandize and Cotton addressed to
either house will be promptly forwarded.
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPM.
LINE COMPOSED OF THE NEW AND
FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS
MONEKA, Cool. Kanhnt?n,
EMILY ?. SOUI>B5R,Capt. Winchester.
FOR XEW YORK DIRECT:
riTHESE vessels alternating weekly, offcr
JL in" every Thursday to the traveling
public a FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER
BOAT, with superior accommodations.
Thorr will bo a mail bag kept at the office
of th<; Agents, closing always an hour be?
fore the sailing of each steamer.
i or Passage or Freight, apply to
WILLIS A CHISOLM, Agents,
Ont 5 imo* Mills House. C harlaxton.

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