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M CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS....MABCH 30,1866. ______
01ttPNS BAILY NEWS,
9. R. CATHCART) EDITOR.
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Proprietors DAILY NEWS.
A. a WELLINGTON A CO.,
& 4.Rfc*EST CIRCULATION Di THE STATE.
LARGEST CIRCULATION IN THE CHT.
mW TrTTT, LIST OF LETTERS re?
maining in tho Foetoftloe at the end
of each week is published officially
In THE DAILY NEWS every Fri?
A whiBkey distiller in Hew York baa beon fined
$150,000 for false revenue returns.
The total packing of hogs in the WeBt, it is sup?
posed, wai foot up between 1,600,000 and 1,700,000,
against nearly 2,500,000 last year.
Dirty Pittsburg gets her gas for $1.90 a thou?
sand feet, which is cheaper than other city in the
Georgia and Florida papers speak very hope?
fully of the prospect of this year'B crop. The
freedmen generally do as well as could be ex?
pected, in many instances much better.
There was a meeting of the merchants of New?
berry N. 0., on the 22d, to take proper steps for
the organization of a Board of Trade. The Times
says moah Interest seemed to be felt in the mat?
ter, and perfect harmony prevailed.
It is a tated by tho Memphis Argus to be the de?
termination of the stockholdera to place General
BBAXTON BSAOO in tho Presidency of the Mobile
and Ohio Railroad, vice Hon. MILTON B?OWN, re?
One of the greatest robberies of the season was
perpetrated in Madison Avenue, New York, on
Friday night last, when burglars entered the
house, and carried off a email tin box with f 164,
000 in stocka and securities.
Dr. MARION Snots, a native of South Carolina,
h sa won such fame in France and Great Britain, as
an accomplished surgeon, that the French Emper?
or has conferred upon him the Cross of the Legion
of Honor. He spends his time between Paris and
London; hie family residing in the latter plaoe.
The Alabama Legislature has undertaken to
tax Harper's Weekly out of circulation in that
State, by requiring 150 for the right to sell "any
pictorial or illustrated weekly, or any monthly
paper, periodical or magazine, published outside
the limits of this State, and not in a foreign conn
WINDELL PHILLIPS has had a hearing before the
Committee of tho Massachusetts Legislature on
the redaction of the hoars of labor. He began
by saying that not two-thirds of the results of
freedom had been obtained by the abolition of
?lavery. We Bhould not be surprised if Mr. P.
would Boon appear before a committee, advocat?
ing the abolition of labor.
Commissioner BKTTB, in New York, has his
hands fali investigating alleged Distillery frauds.
The temptation to circumnavigate the internal i
revenue .AW is perhaps greater in tho caso of |
whiskey than in that of any other article on the |
s :hedule, tho tax is so high and a great deal of
the whiskey so very mean.
.A whale, measuring fifty-six feet in leiigth and 1
seven and a half in breadth, carno into the waters
of Smithville bay, near Wilmington, N. C., at high ;
tide, a few da-s ago, and the waters recoding it
could not ge. back over New Inlet bar, opposite
Fort Fisher. Wilming- on, and was consequently
caught and "caged." It excites great curiosity
in Wilmington. Boats are advertised to go whero
it is anchored, and seo the mousier
Thc Richmond Times, speaking of tho hand?
some statue of HENRY CLAY in the Capitol Squaro
of that city, says that it is now dirty and mutilat?
ed from head to foot. The thumb and all tho
fingers of tho right band havo been broken short
off; tho thumb of the left hand is gone; a large
part of tho rolling collar, which was originally
beautifully delicate, is destroyed, aud moat of tho
buttons are broken.
They have bad a row among tho troops sta?
tioned at Galveston. About sixty ol* them, be?
longing to three companies of the is th Ohio regi?
ment, stacked their arms and refused to do duty,
on the ground that orders to master them out had
been several times sont from Washington, and
that, the war being over, they were entitled to
their discharge. Tho insurgents were arrested by
colored troops, and were still under guard at the
latest date-the 20th.
There are signs of tron?le abroad. Austria and
Prussia are nt variance, and tho Prussian mon?
arch is embroiled with tho legislature of the king?
dom. The Czar and the Popo have quarreled,
and the latter has snubbed tho Russian Ambassa?
dor. A revolt in Roumania hes dethroned Prince
COCZA, who is a fugitive, and tho Count of Flan?
ders is invited by the insurrectionists to occupy his
place. England is troubled by the Fenians, and
NAPOLEON is plunged into hot water by the Mexi?
Milledgeville papers say that more than one
thousand negro men have within two weeks pass?
ed over ono railroad, from Putnam ar d the adja?
cent county, foV tho West. They havo been in?
duced to leavo their employers on the promiao of
higher wager?, although their contracta had been
ratified by tho Freedmen's Bureau. The most
able-bodied and likely fellows are thus taken,
with only a change of clothing. Their particular
destination ia unknown. The planters, thus de?
prived of their employees, will be disappointed in
making their crops. This complaint comes np
from many counties. Several port ie j have been
arrested who are tLue tampering with employees.
JW Ali communie.?Hons intended for publication in
this tournai must be addressed to Hie Editor oj
the Baily News, No. 18 Hayn-street, (Marleston.
S. C. Business Communications to Publisher of
We cannot undertake io reium rejected communica?
Adcertitemente outside of fie city must be accompa'
nied with the cash.
FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 18R6. ""
To Advt -tiners.
If any business man in Charleston, or anywhere
else, donbta that "THE DAILY NEWS" is the best
medium through which to advertise in this State,
we invite him to call at our office, and wt will
take pleasure, as amatter of business, in exhibiting
to him our lists of bona fide subscribers, as well
as our daily sale?.
EXPORTS OF COTTON.
Below we present to our readers a tabular
statement of the exports of Cotton from th ir.
port to foreign and coastwise porte, comm enc
ing on the 1st day of September, 1865, the
beginning of the commercial year. This ta?
ble will embrace the weekly exports of Cot?
ton, and also the total exports to each port,
foreign and coastwise.
In view of the great importance of reliable
data in reference to this great staple of com?
merce, we shall bestow great care and attec
! tion upon the revision of this table, as well
I as the monthly and quarterly returns of the
commerce of this port which we have recent?
I EXPORTS OF COTTON FI.OM THE PORT OP CHARLESTON,
H C , COMMENCING 1ST KEPTXMBER, 18G5, TO TEE ??OTU
MARCH, 1806, INCLUSIVE._
0U8LT. j TOTA L.
Total to Great Britain.
Bordeaux and Ii oe h ell n.
Bussla-Ports of the Blacx Sea..
Sweden and Norway.
Spain-Ports on the A tia nt la....
Spain-Porte on Mediterranean.
Total other Foreign Ports..
I New York....
Total to Coastwise Porta.
Grand total.| 4.806| 58,710| 63,^10
UNSEATING SENATOR STOCKTON.
The action of the Senate of tho United
State?, so-called, in unseating Mr. ROBERT
STOCKTON, Senator from New Jersey, which
has been announced to us by telegraph, af?
fords another reason, in addition to the many
we already had, for the question our phrase
suggests, of the right of that body of the of?
fice it assumes to exoroise. It is but in name
the Senate. The President has declared that
the Senators from the South are entitled to
their seats, and that it is not, therefore, the
Senate without them. The Radical majority
in that body have themselves declared that
the States of the South oould sot secede; that |
they have never left the Union ; therefore,
and of consequence, that their Senators are
members of that body, which is not compe?
tent to act without them. It is a fact that
the Senators from ten States, acknowledged
members of the Union,-it were treason to
say that they wero ever out of it,-stand
ready to enter that body, a portion of whioh
has dosed the doors upon them; and if in this |
there was not enough to declare them a fac?
tion,in wicked and perversd infringement upon
the Constitution of their country, they them?
selves afford the further evidence. They speak
and act as a faction; there has not been one
senatorial tone from the Radical majority in
that body-no singlo word, not inspired by a
sense of party interest, and in repudiation of
the Union. There is no single act of conspi?
rators who seize upon the citadels of their
country, that does not find its parallel in the
conduct of that majority,-its warrant in the
sentiments they utter,-and in this act of ex?
cluding Mr. STOCKTON for the reason only that
he is not of their party, is a proclamation to
the world that their character is not only
real, but is avowed: that party power is the ob?
ject and condition of their senatorial office
that they have nu aim beyond, and that every
means is honorable that tends to that olycct.
That this is the moral of their recent act, cnn
hardly bo disputed. They acted in thia mat?
ter under the sanction of their oaths. That
evidence, which was sufficient to convince the
mombers ot the Dcmooratio party and a por?
tion of the moderate Republicans, that Mr.
STOCKTON was entitled to his seat, left the
ultra-radicals under the political conviction
that he was not. It were simple to suppose
that this was mora than a political conviction
that they thought Mr. STOCKTON was unfitted
for his seat for any other reason than that he
was not of their party. It doeB not matter what
were the facts in the case. The concurrence
of all the Radicals in one opinion in reference
to a fact, about which so many doubted, was
not an accident-it was not the just impression
of the caso before them. It were simple to
suppose that they were not drawn to that con?
currence by a E ^nse of party interest, and
that they have not declared, and that they did
not declare, that it is not their purpose to act
aa tho Senate of the country.
It is too late, perhaps, to excite the interest
of our readers by evidences of the indisposi?
tion of the Senate or Congress to act as the
legislature of the country. They have so
constantly exhibited the party character, and
our readers are already so familiar with the
facts to be presented in support of this as?
sumption, that it were ordinarily a waste
of time to dwell upon them. Rut in this act
I of the Senate there i* so clear an indication
I of tho fact that it may still be worth atten?
tion. There are seventy-two Senators, twen?
ty-two of whom are excluded from their seats
by the majority who happen to have posses?
sion of the hall. Of those remaining, some
are absent, some sick, and less than the half
of them, therefore, and not more than one
third of the whole body, have availed
themselves of the opportunity to determine
who shall be co-membera with them, and
j seizing the Government of tho country, are in?
dicating the purpose to use it in the establish
I ment of their own power.
THE VETO OF THE*CIVIL JilGHTS BILL.
The veto of the Civil Rights Bill by the
President is a fact of which it were not too
much to say that it has given satisfaction
here. In the ground of his objection we, of
the South, of course, concur. We know the
evils of the system to have been inaugurated;
we have dreaded the terrible e vi lu of that
estrangement between the races which must
have been its necessary results. There is a
solicitude to preserve the negroes, and a con?
viction that their preservation is only consis?
tent with such relations as must naturally re?
sult from our experience, and satisfaction,
therefore, that this effort to disturb the course
of it has been defeated.
But, perhaps, the most general satisfaction
at the South ls in the evidence it affords of
the purpose of the President to persist in his
policy. It hos been doubted whether he
could sustain himself under the pressure that
has been brought to bear upon him. The
elections at the North, so far, have not been
favorable ; it is probable those about to occur
will not be more so -, it is not improbable
that there may be a prominent majority in
Congress against him and us ; in the face of
such majority, it will be clearly impossible
for him to carry on the Government without
an act of arbitrary power; it was questioned
whether, seeing this result, he might not
shrink from the alternative, and concur in
that Congressional usurpation which, only at
suoh stupendous peril, he could make further
efforts to avert.
From his recent aot it would appear that
these misgivings are gratuitous. It now ap?
pears that he has veered no single point from
bis proposition at the beginning of the resto?
ration movement What he said then, in
plain and simple language, he acts up to now.
Without unnecessary demonstration he moves
steadily right on-every step in the direction
of his object-and saying once that he would
rather be rigbt than President, now being
President, he exhibits still that it is his pur?
pose to be right And it ira a source of pro?
found satisfaction to our people that the phys?
ical powers of the Government are yet in the
hands of one who evinces sc persistent a pur?
pose to use them only in vindication of Con?
WA Pi T K D, A WHITE WOMAN TO DO
general homework for a email family. Also, a
CH AMBE BM AID. Good wages piren. Inquire at Mo.
ti Bnll-ttreet_ 2?_March 30
WA 1ST BD-A COOK,, WASHER AND
JBONEB to go in the country. A good price and
permanent sltuaUon given. Also, for same healthy lo?
cality, TWENTY HANDS, to plant-money or part of
orop given. Apply to W. PBESrON DOWLING, Atlan?
tic Wharf Office, or corner King and Mary-streets.
Marou SO fmw
WASTED TO PURCHASE!, A FARM OF
FBOM THBEE TO FIVE H?NDBED A0BE8 OP
GOOD COTTON LAND. The improvements must oe
good, location healthy, and easy of access. Address
FARMER, with full particulars sud price, Postoffice,
Box 86, Charleston, 8. 0._6?_March 29
AYOUNO WAN WANTS TO O ? T A
SITUATION in a store as a clerk ; he will devote
his whole time to the store. The best of references win
be given if neoestary. Address "A. C. B.," Charleston
WANTED TO DIRK, A COLORED GIRL,
as child's nurse sod hou.se servant. Apply at
No. 118 Calhoun-streot, opposite College-street.
LABORERS W A N T E ?.-ADDITIONAL
LABORERS (white or colored), wanted on the
Edlsto and Ashley Canal Liberal wages paid. Apply
to 0. E. CHICHESTER, Superintendent, on Work, near
Summerville March 10
TO KENT, &o.
HOUSE ON SOUTH BATTERY TO ilE VT.
To Bent, that throe story WOODEN HOCSE on
south Bay. The House contains twelve rooms, with
piazzas to the south, with ampio accommodations for
servants and hornes. This would be a tine stand for a
Boarding House, and its proximity to the Battery would
be a fine stud far an leo Cream ostabhshnit nt or Res?
taurant Apply to P. J. PORCHER.
March 30 fwm3 Southwestern Railroad Bank.
STORES TO RENT.-THAT ULI LIM VG
on Fraser's Wharf, adjoining the storo occupied
by James W. Brown t? Co., and immediately south of
new Custom House. Thobul'ding is divided into four
warts, each division containing three floors, having a
front of twenty feet, by a depth o? forty feet. They
may be used either as storos or warehouses, and will bu
reuted singly or together. Apply to I. B. K BENNETT,
No. ill Brood-street, second floor, or address A. C. E.,
box No. 144, Charleston P. 0. fm?1? March 30_
TO KENT, THE HALF OF Til AT DESIR-!
AULE RESIDENCE ut tho comer of Montague sud
Sadsdeu-streeta. For terran nnd oilier pari launs ap?
ply to W. E. HA?KE1 L, at Planters and Mechante'
Rank, or at the premires. stathli M.ireh 30
TO KENT, A FARM OF 1UU ACRES, ABODT
nve miles from tho City, near Anlilry River. Aper*
at No. 61 Broad-street, up attira, to WM. U. DAW80X .
January G Bw
TO RENT.-SEVERAL. FINK RU O MS.
with Kitchen, Pantry, fcc Location central and
pleasant for further particulnr* apply at
March 29 3 No. HO M BUTING-STREET.
TO RENT-1 FURNISHED SltKBPIMG
P.OOM, with gas light, will bc rented to gentloaien,
if desired, in a respectable family wbcru thens ore no
boarders. Apply at ibis office 2* March 29
TO RENT, THAT Li?, SIR Ali i.E RESI?
DENCE, No. 37 ?pring-strect, ?with six room?,
pantry, dresf lng room, kitchen and outbuildings-newly
painted, cistern and well of water-for six months
from the 1st of April. Apply nt 100 Wtntworth-street.
March 29_ th'in3*
TO RENT-THE FINE THREE STORY
BRICK HOUSE, corner Water and Church streets,
containing nine upright Booma, two Attics, Store Room
and Piazzas inolosed with vetotians. Apply to
R. Q. PIHGKNEY,
february 1 thstn No. 7 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
TO RENT, THAT PLEASANT LY S1TUA
ED Residence, east side Rutledge Avenue, ono
door above Radcllffc-Btrcot. The house contains (4) four
?quare rooms, dressing room, and pantry. All neces?
sary outbuildings on premises, and ia completo order.
Apply to PINChNE? BROTHERS. No. 7 Vanderhorsfs
2 'arf-_ statt March 10
T?T??LT' THK FI.'iE, LARGE, COM3IO
DIOUB STORES. Nos. Meeting-street and M
and C Hasol-strtet, next t s corner of Meeting, former?
ly occupied by Mr. L. M. Hatch.
For particulars, apply to
JOSEPH WALE ER, Agent,
ur v. o, Corner of Mooting and ilarset streets.
T?J5?SLT,1 TH*T DBLIGHTPOL RE8I.
i. DENCE, No. 23 Meetinf;.street, corner of Ladson's
Court, with uno garden aud shrubbery.
Shed No. 6 Pinckney-Btrea.
Apply to ' THEODORE STONEY.
March 15 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
I. O. O.P.--MARION LODGES NO. 3.
THE QUARTERLY MEETING OP THIS LODGE
will bo held, TA? Evning, at 8 o'clock. A fall at?
tendance la desired. Members will come prepared to
pay their dues, aa the arrear li?t will be read, and the
tulos enforced. By order. 0. F. D. PETIT,
March 30 1* Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA SOCIETY.
THE 129TH ANNIVERSARY WILL BE CELEBRATED
On Tuesday, 3d AprlL The Foll for the election
ot Officers for the ensuing year will be opened from 1
to 3 o'clock P. M.
The second reading of the Report of tho Committee
on revising the Rules, was madethe special orcor ior
two o'clock P. M.
By a Resolution paasf d 13th February, 1866, all arrears
due to April, 18- 6, were cancelled. Members are re?
quested to be prompt in payment of the one year ar?
rears, wbloh will be due on 1st April next
March IC wis ?ul F. LANCE. Clerk.
ELMORE MUTUAL, INSURANCE COMPANY
CHARLESTON, Maroh 30th, 1866.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH SEC1ION 1ST OE BY
LA #8, the AD natl Election for Nine Directors will
take place on next Wcdnciday, April 4th, at the office
First National Banu, between the hours of 13 M. and 2
P. M. JOSEPH WBLLDEN,
March 30 Secretary and Treasurer.
YAWL BOAT_ONE FINE YAWL BOAT,
with Oars, Ac, for rale.
OLNEY A CO.,
March 30 1 Nos. 9 and ll Vendue Range.
FOR SALE -ONE 4-HOItSE ENGINE,
good as new, with BOILER; all in complete order.
And a new COBN MILL, of a large size. Will also drive
1 two cotton gins. Will be sold at a very low price for
cash. Apply at BLUNT A BIMP80NS, No. 46 Spring
street, near Rutledge. ftu4* March 30
Olim MULES I - JUST ARRIVED A
lot of weU broken YOUNG MULES. For sale at
charleston Hotel Stables. 3* March 29
SEA ISLAND PLANTATION-FOR SALE
OR RENT, A SEA ISLAND PLANTATION on Wad
malaw Island. Perfectly healthy the year ron ad; fish
and game in abundance. Apply at
No. 141 MEETING-STREET,
March 78 3 Opposite Sayne.
F" OR SALK, THE T5SKS~?S THEY
stand on twenty-two thoo Rand acree of land, on the
Qt. John's River, Florida. Apply to
W. 8. WALKER.
March 28 10_No. 3 Broad-street.
faut* SALE, A SECOND-HAND 8-HOKSE
1 PORTABLE ENGINE, Lobby's make, in perfect
order, ready for work. Inquire of
WHARTON A PETSCH,
Corner Line street and Railroad Avenue.
rrr-sii) FOR SALE, A FINE AND
/? 'Ss?Sylfast propeller BOAT, suitable for
?<zMjagdc rlvw &nd creclt navigation. Dirnen
? nfl SPBB&*? sions-length 42 feet, beam 8 feet 10
inches, hold 2 feet S inches; three month's old; double
engines ; London make; 6 horse power. Can be seen at
North Atlantic Wharf. Apply to
WILLIS A CHISOLM,
Jiarch 21 North Atlantio Wharf.
VAL,l'A ULK; PAKM7~8?"W~AND~UH?ST
MILL, AND MILL SITES, FOB SALE-A FARM,
at Flat Bock, N. C., containing 426 acres, of which about
one-fourth is cleared and under fence, and consists of
meadow and high land. On the tract is a good Farm
House, containing six rooms, a large number of fruit
trees, a Saw Mill driven by a flutter wheel, a Grist Mill
with an overshot wheel, of 24 feet diameter, and 4
foot bucket attached, intended for and capable of work
i lng a large amount of machinery, with a never-failing
stream of water, and a stone foundation already laid for
a factory; a miUer's house, and another not quite finish?
ed, and sites on the same fall of water for two or three
other mills. Adjoining the milla, and on a hill com?
manding a beautiful and extensive view, there is a new
and commodious DWELLING, built in cottage style,
with kitchen, stable, lce-hcrase, and aU other outbuild
I lugs necessary to a complete establishment, with garden
and orchard attached. For terms and farther particu?
lars, apply to COHEN, HANCEBL A CO.,
March 8 s m th No. M East Bay.
DR. 8. CHATBUBN BBOWN HA8 BEMOVED HI8
Residence to No. 224 MEETING-STREET, nearly
opposite Eagle Engine House.
He may be found at his Office, No 2 George street, st
e.V. M.. and 1 and 6 P. M., of each day.
March 30 3 wfm?
nrmE SUBSCRIBER HAS REMOVED TO NO. 27
JL BROAD-BTctEJCT, where he proposes to carry on
the business of AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
AGENT. Will also continue as formerly his REAL ES?
TATE AGENCY and Brokerage in Stocks, Bonds, Notes,
Exchange and other Securities,
a. MCBRIDE SMITH.
Refers to-Messrs. BAVENEL et CO., Charleston;
Messrs. WILL IB A CHISOLM, Charleston; Messrs.
GOURDIN, MATTHIESSEN et CO, Messrs. JOHN
FRASER et CO.; GEO. B. MOBEWOOD, Esq.. Nev
MESSES. PINOKNEY BROTH RR8 HAVE REMOVED
from No. 7. VANDERHORST'S ' 'HARF to
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARP. 6 March 26
EOBEBT MURE A CO. HAVE REMOVED FROM
No. 66 Church-street to their former office. Boyce
A Co.'s North Wharf, east end of range, up stairs.
LOST, STOLEN, &o._
STOLEN, O.V THE NIGHT OF THE ?47TH
inst., a small BAY MARE, 10 to 12 hands high; hss
a knot on the left bind leg, between the hock and ankle
joint. Long fetlocks, and a few small white spots on
the bsck and rump. A liberal reward wlU be given for
her recovery, ii left at H. JAGER'S, No. 608 King-street
March 30 3
PUBLIC NOTICE.-A MULE STOLEN. IS *
on your guard how you purchase, or from whom.
A Black Horse Mule, medium hoight unusually, stout
build, large bolly, and very stout limbs for hin height
short legs and long hair, abou t ten years old. This Mule
was stolen from my Plantation, Goose Creek, about
eighteen miles from Charleston, S. C., on tho night of
tho 26th February, 1866. I will pay a very liberal reward
for the recovery of the above Mule, or for any informa?
tion that will enable mo to recover him. This Mule ls
so remarkable in his stoutness, according to height, as
to attract attention whorever he may go. Ho ls in good
wc riling order, and ls a first rate work Mule, and ls
worth In market at this time two hundred and fifty dol?
lars-a heavy loss to me nnder present circumstance?.
CHARLES P. SHIER, Charleston, 3. C.
February 28_ wfm
HERETOFORE EXISTING UNDER THE NAME OF
O'BRIEN k AI M.\R, ls this day dissolved by mu?
tual consent WM. O'BRIEN,
M. L. Al MAR.
THE UNDEIt SIGNED
WILL CONTINUE THE AUCTION AND COMMIS?
SION HOLINESS st tho old atuud, No. Iii Market
I street, and would respectfully solicit tho patronage of
the |)'iblio. M. L. A!.viA K.
COPARTNERSHIP. . |
WE HAVE THI8 DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
together ender the name and style of MOSES
BROTHERS, to transact a GENERAL AUCTION, COM?
MISSION ANL FORWARDING BUSINESS, at Na 22
Vendue Range. We hope to merit a liberal patronage,
Advances made on Consignment*.
SAMUEL L. MO^ES,
JULIUS L. MOSES.
CnABLESTON, March 2d, .060.
March 7 Imo
COPA RTN RESHIP.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH US, MR.
LEWI-JERVEY, in the conduct of the Facto?
rage and Genera] Commission Business, and will con?
tinue the samo under the firm of CART, KOPFF tk
JERVEY. GABT k KOPFF.
March 1,1806. Accommodation Wharf,
FBANCIS G. CAXT. .. .H. C. M. KOPIT. .. .LEWIS Jxnvxx
OOP A KTN RESHIP NOTICE.
I8AA0 E. HERTZ (LATE COPARTNER OF MORDE?
CAI k CO.) and EUGENE HUCHET have Ulis day
formed a Copartnership under the name of I8AAC E.
HERTZ k OO.. for the transaction of a GENERAL COM?
MISSION, AUCTION AND SHIPPING BUSINESS, at
No. 201 East Eay, northwest corner of Cumberland
Btreet ISAAC E. HERTZ.
Cbarl-'-eton, March 1, I860.
HERETOFORE EXI8TING UNDER THE NAME
of NEWMAN k FOWLER, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent A. F. NEWMAN.
November 23 _EDWABD FOWLER.
rflHB SUBSCRIBERS HAVE ASSOCIATED WITH
J. them Mr. JAMES M. WILSON, and will continue
the Whole nie Boot, Shoe, and Commission business, at
No. 2 HAYNE STREET, under the name of D. F.
FLEMING & CO. D. F. FLEMING
SAMUEL. A. NELSON.
Charleston. Dec, L 1866. December 16
ROYAL HA VA* A LOTTERY
CONDUCTED BY THE SPANISH GOVERNMENT.
$360,000 IN GOLD DRAWN EVERY SEVENTEEN
Prizes cashed and Information fm ntabed.
The highest rates paid lor Doubloons and all Mrd
Gold and Silver. TAYLOR & CO., Bank??,
February 3 fane Nc- IC Wall-siroet Now Ycrk
BOHBAEDMEKT OF FORT SOUTER,
On Monday Evening, April 2d,
AND TO CONTINUE
EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT DURING
THE BEAUTIFUL AND INTERESTING PANOBAMA
of the BATTLE OF FORT SUMTEB, comprising
the Fortifications, Batteries, and principal evetts and
incidents in this great EPOCH OF THE WAR.
SUMTER AS IT WAS, AND AS IT IS !
Doors open at 7>i-commence at 8.
AdmlBBion-ONE DOLLAR ; Children HALF PRICE.
Family Tickets-FIFTY. CENTS.
March 30 V C. E. JEVENS, Agent
(Late of Schutz?npiatz,;
fTUKES THIS METHOD OF INFORMING HIS
J. friends, and the public in general, that having
leaaed the well-known Summer Retreat, Payne's Farm,
he will open, on EASTER MONDAY, with
A SELECT PIC-NIC.
His Bar will be supplied with the FINEST LIQUOBS.
A BAND OF MUSIC is engaged.
An ICE-CREAM GARDEN for the accommodation of
I Ladles, will also be opened on the First oj' ?lay, under
j the superintendence of Mrs. EAMLAH.
March 30 2*
TO TAKE PLACE AT
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY,
4TH AND 5TH OF APRIL NEXT.
THE UNDERSIGNED COMMITTEE, APPOINTED
by his Honor the Mayor and City Council, take |
pleasure in announcing thu! the Brothers POZNANSEI
have kindly offered to give TWO GRAND CONCEBI8,
tbe proceeds of which to be used by the city authorities
for such charitable purpoaes as they may deem proper.
LEE HOWARD, )
L OITOLENG?T, ! Committee.
JAMES SIMONS, JB.. )
March 21_wfmwa S April ?
OOO SATE THE GREEN !
THE FiBST^BAND BALL
OF THE CHARLESTON CIRCLE OF THE FENIAN
SISTERHOOD will come off at the Hibernian HaU,
i on Tuesday, the 3d of April. Doors open at la o'clock
Price of Tickets of admission for a gentleman and
ladlee, $3. They caa be procured at the door, or from
any of the following gentlemen, who are appointed as a
Committee of Arrangements: Patrick Brady, Patrick
Slattery, Patrick Power, M. J. Roan tree, Thoa. Sheri?
dan, Jas. Looby, Malachi O'Shaughnessy, Stephen
Molo ny, Chairman.
Tho distinguished caterers, Frary k Kilroy, will fur
I nish Supper.
Muller's first-class Brass Band will be in attendance.
No pains or expense will be spared to make this Ball the
moat brilliant and attractive of the season.
Sic Un trri ti* ne titi roer bm SRontag, ben 2. Beril,
bern geebrten fhu littra ?on libarleflon mit finer Ianj=
partbte aufwarten in unferem neuem i'ccaie, aenanni bafl
Xrel ?teilen ?att* an ber ?ing.frrtet Koah.
?iir OTfrtfcbung unb gute Kuftoartung toirb auf? ie?i I
g elora t ?erben,
Muere" Banbe i ft angogiri.
Omnibuffe laufeu ?cu slorgeit? 10 Hbr t>cn ?ineflrafje
bi? ?um ?wnft. 2)ie SWuflt beginnt jur felbigtn jeit.
Ci labet ergebenft ein.
RUDOLPH LOBSIQER k CHAS. E. KERRIGAN.
March 29 4
MADE AND REPAIRED,
BY A. JOHNSON,
No. 35 COMING-STREET, WEST SIDE,
NEXT ABOVE MONTAGUE-STREET.
March 30 6*
ASA CHILD ?Sc CO.,
GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTHING.
SAILORS' OUTFITTING, HATS, CAPS, kc.
Agents for Allen's and Wheelock's Pistols,
No. luj East Bay, near foot of Broad-street
A. CHILDS.N. G. PARKER.
March 30 Imo
Jft NOTICE, m
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE RECOMMENCED THE
HAT AND CAP BUSINESS, under the firm of H. H.
WILLIAMS k CO , as Agent? and Wbolesalu Dealers,
No. 117 Meeting-street (up stairs) opposite Charleston
Hotel-whero we are receiving, hy the weekly steamers,
a completo stock of these GOODS, mostly manufactured
io oidor, of all tho late styles, includion PALM LEAF,
LEGHORN. AND BRAIDED HAT3.
H. H. WILLIAMS,
H. H. WILLIAM8, Jn.,
March 2G wwffl Formerly WILLIAMS & BROWN,
NEW HAT HOUSE.
A. a. GOODWIN,
HITS, CAPS, SHIV GO0II5,
No. 135 Meeting-st., Tip Stairs,
OVER JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER IS NOW OPENING AN ENTERE
new and complete stock of GOODS, comprising
everything usually kept in a first-class HAT, GAP, and
STRAW oUODS HOUME, to which he Invites the atten?
tion of purchasers. Representing tho manufacturers of
many styles of tt>e goods, and having uousual facilities
for obtaining all of his goods from first hands, he leets
confident that merchants visiting thia market can select
from bia alack at tho New York Jobbers' pricca.
N. B.-Htvlng secured the services of Mr. A. 8. J.
PERRY, of the old house of Johnston, Crews & Co.,
and Mr. E T. BROWN, of the house of F. D. Fanning
& Co.. they wr aid take pleasure in receiving a call from
any of tholr old friends. Imo March 27
?9 AA A A YEAR MADE BY ANYONE
?iJ??vUV/ WITH $10.-Stencil Joela. No ex
penauce uectB^ry. The President?, Coshiers, and
Treasurers of three Banks Indorse the circular. Sent
tree witu taojpies. Ad dre HS tlu< Ainurtoan cteceil Tool
Works, Springfield. Vermont.
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK.
FOR SALE !N SUMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS.
Apply to JOHN S. RIGGS 6 CO.,
March 30 2 Northwest corner Broad ?d East Bay._
BOUGHT BT P H. KEG LEE,
_ . Corner King and Haael-atreets.
Foo roary 14
THE HIGHEST PRICE
P. H. KEGLBB'S EXCHANGE OFFICK,
COEN ER OF KING AND HA8KL-8TREETB,
October 4* . m wi
ONE AND A HALF MILLIONS ! ! I
HTS OWN BANKER.
DO NOT WAIT
TILL THE HORSE IS STOLEN
THE STABLE DOOR! I
HERRING k CO.'S
NEW PATENT CHAMPION
MADE WITH WROUGHT IRON AND
The only metal known which wUl
Effectually realst the burglar's drill
THE NOVELTY IBON WORKS, )
THE MORGAN IRON WORKS. J New York,
DELAMETER'S IRON WORKS,)
MERRICK k 80N8, )
(Builders of the great New Ironsides) J Philadelphia,
I MOBBIS, TA8KEB k MORBIS, J
EAGLi IBON WORKS, Chicago,
and all who have tested lt, agree that it is the only per?
fectly resistant against a burglar's drUl ever mw?ae?
AU holders of Government Securities, and other vaJo
ables, have it in their power to purchase from us for
their own house or counting-room,
BETTER PROTECTION THAN J8 AFFORDED
TO TEE SPECIE AND SECURITIES
OF MANY OF THE LARGE BAN KS IN WALL-STBHRt
a number of whom are still clinging to their old-fash?
ioned vaults, locks and "burglar-proofs" (?) an y OM of
FIVE YEABS AGO.
I are in constant danger of belog drilled or picked. If
people will cling to old-fashioned safes and looks, they
j must expect to be made the sport of burglars and the
! astonishment of honest men.
HERRING & CO.,
No. 261 BROADWAY,
only manufacturers of the Frankllnite (or Patent Crys?
tal ? zed Iron) Drill-resisting Safe, with LIN HS YALU,
Jr.'s DOUBLE AND SINGLE COMBINATION DIAL
Charleston, S- C.,
Cor. Meeting and Market sis.
March 30 fmw3
DAVIS & SON'S
ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
j WE OFFEB TO THE PUBLIC, AND ALSO THE TRADE.
A PUBS COMBINATION OF
By whomsoever sold, that has been in the market,
since February, 1862, has been manufactured solely
DAVIS & SON'S.
CITRATE OF UH,
A large lu voice of both those preparations on hand,
and at New York prices, by
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
March 30_SOLE AQESTfl.
THIS CONVENIENT AND WELL KNOWN RESORT
has lately received new additions and imyrovementa.aad
extension of attractions and inducements to visitors,
and companies and social groups.
Parties seeking places and engagements for Easter
Pic Nica or Excursions, will And it to their advantage ia
colling and examining this
LOB9IGEE k KERRIGAN, Proprietors.
N. B.-C. H. KERRIGAN, of the "Arbor," and lately
of tho "Four Mile House," will be pleased to see baa
friends at this Three Miles House.
March 28 4
THE EASTERN SO. CA. JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING TH
the town of Bennettav?le, S. C by W. F. F_ HEM.
Terms-Three dollars t-ere.nnumin advance;twenty
dollars for ten copies. Mai cha