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The Daily JNews.
SATURDAY MORNING. ArP.IL 7, 166C.
rs HAVANA. _
HAVANA. WEDNESDAY, March 28, 1SGG.
The news from Mexico brought b^the American
?teamer Vera Cruz and tho Spanish steamer Cuidad
Oonda" shows no abatement of the civil war now lor a
long lime, ragi-g in that unfortunate country, both
Barties claiming victories over their opponents, but vic
t?'ies that produce no results tending toa settled peace.
The great battle between Regules aiu M< udi z, of which
no exact account he s \ et been obtained, although tho
latter claimed a victory, has been variously commented
upon by tho Imperial Press, som?? of which papers
doubt the veracity or Mendez' account, and even sty
that it has been found impossible to see his official ac?
count of the battle transmitted t? headquarters.
One of the above-nam'd journals Bays that the engage?
ment took pltce cn the 20th, in the Plains of Uruapan,
and was very hardly contested, although un forton ate for
the Imperialists, Mendez being compelled to make his
escape from his adversaries pistol in hand. This event
caused a general flightjof theJImperiaUsts, and occasion?
ed muc'.i alarm at "dorelia and Toluca. Mendez, how?
ever, instead of being panlc-strack, assembled his fugi?
tive soldiers, and with about uve hundred whom he had
collected together, and whom he harangued, he fell
upon Uruapan, where the enemy were reposing upon
their laurels, and cut them to pieces.
So says the Mexican paper, the Pajaro Verde and from
the silence observed by the Government, who could
easily' contradlot it if it was not true by publishing
Mendaz' official dispatch, it may be considered as the
true^version of an affair which had been msde the sub?
ject of various contradictory accounts in the newspapers.
Another paper, the Bandera, says that Regules was at
Uruapau, trying to strengthen his force, which, if true,
does not agrea with the Pajaro Verde, that Mendez had
fallen upon the Liberals at Cruap m und cut them to
pieces. We are. thorefore, still left in obscurity as to
the real result of the battle, which from various consid?
erations appears to havo been disadvantageous to the
Imperialists and if tho Liberal papers wcro brought
here os aro those of tho Euplro, we might perhaps And
that such was really the case.
The papsrs of the capital confess to thc Imperialists
having received a defeat at Parras, in which a detach?
ment of tne foreign legion, with their commander, Bri?
an, and Capt. Casse, were destroyed. Thc number of
the detachment kil'ed wat ISC; aud tho survivors, a J In
number, fort-fled themselves in tba college building un
til they were relieved !? another cv maraudant of the
name of Capt. Saussle, at wli-ise approach tor leaders of
thc Lib? ral bands, Vlezci, Naranjo, Trevino, Canada,
Aureliane and Nivera withdrew their forces. General
Douay left Buena Vista for Parras with about one thou?
The French paper, the BttaAtte. published at Mexico
city, say? that two small detachments of the Foreign
Legion were surrcunded and destroyed near Parras by
Escn(>9Jo's bands, strcngthtned br a large uuml.erol
negro fillelusCeros from tho United States, ;he cora man?
der, Brian, and the greater part of his officers being
?"?d and horribly mutilated
? . _ :*- -T-r of the cJ?tf':!~-ti)? iVe-says
The other Freec c-. - . . , - the
tum* tum if??M<ihw?itaufferoJ conviuera ly. ana int?? .
.meany's for es were those of VICZCA, thc Jua l-t Gover?
nor of Coahuila. The event had crotta sassab > neath n
in the capital.
The Licendudo Don Jnan Jose de Ia Garza took -.om
maud on the fith of tho Liberal forces of the centre and I 1
south of the 8tate of Tamaullpas. Cortina had recog- 11
nized him as jL'ommander-iu-' ibiei or that Diblr.ct, and
had offered bim tbe assistance of Ave hundred armed
men. Tho Tampico papers state that Garza intended to
take that city by a coup-de-main, having sent forward
his brother for that purpose with four hundred and fifty
cavatrv. who ? r re to surprise it by forced marches, bu' I !
that iv ^ad failed from the garrison of Tampico having I i
boen reinforced with i ix hundred men, well equipped,
and who vere propared to g.o a severe lesion to tho
Liberals if they attempted to make flu athek. 1 lie ob?
ject, say tbe same papers, in try lng to tff(*.?*. tte place
was to collect $400,00.1 Or $600,??? by forced contrlbu-11
Hons from raerehan's for thc futuro military ex
OB thc 12th ult. there were executed early iu the morn
lng. at Tampico, turee Austrian soldiers, two Belgians 11
snd a Mexican, the first five deserters from the Importai I i
army, and the latter a guerilla of the band that existed
in the neighborhood. I <
Tho last accounts from Mazatlan, dated ih?\ 19th \ ?
ult, stato that the city continued to be besieged by
General Losada has received official orders to open tho
campaign against the Liberals In Sinaloa.
TheEata'ctte says that Ogazon, who was at Callacan
together with a large Lumber of officers, had caused
himself io be proclaimed President, In virtue or the
Constitution of 1857.
The. Imperial papers mention a victory obtained by
the Government forces over the Liberals lu Chihuahua.
On the 22d the commandant, Cananco, made an attack
on Coslhuiriache. which he took by main force, thc L b
era's under Mendez and Salas, who held lt, being obli?
ged to flee, with the loss of 6 killed, 8 wounded, and a
large number of p lsoners taken, including several
leaders, as well as horses, equiomonts, and arms. The
Imperialists had 7 wonnded and 1 killed.
The Monterey Gazette states that the guerilla chief
Jose Maria Elisonda was attacked on the 24th nit, at
San Francisco de Apodaer. by the imperialists, in
which engagement he was defeated and killed.
An official dispatch from the Imperialist Colonol Ace
val, states that about a league and a half from Slauo
Grande in the direction of Osjaca, all the Liberal forces,
amounting to more than one thousand men, under the
command of the leaders, Dias, Ltiva, Plza, Lopez, 0>cz
co and Segura were at'acked by a force of Importai cav?
alry and scattered in all directions. The rout is slated
to have been complete, all the leiders having been
. 0$llZ*A t? fl?e 0I? foo*, ard escaping in the woods
"Among the killed thero w?s found the Wy cf Licuten
ant-Colonel Alberto, leader of the forces fruin Tlapa.
The late sad event at Riofrio, where tho Belgian Com
mistlaners were attacked, has been made the subject of
police investigation, and traced to its orginization In
the Capital. The affair has been placed iu the hands of
a French police ag-nt, Mr. Maury.
According to the Monitor de ta Frontera, there has boen
captured at Cortlnts' rancho four pieces of artillery,
which had been given to him hy American officers.
Canalei wat in front nf Cortinas' forces, who were spirit?
less, and his outposts within musket shot. Cortinas
still ?efused to fight, whi'o Canales sought every occa?
sion to bring an engagement about
Almonte, on accouut of his acceptance of the mission
to Europe, had given up, for the sake of economy, tbe
vari, us hi .h offices that he held at thc Imperial Court
At the instance of Marshal Bazaine, Gen. Jeannlngros
has boen honored with the Grand ero -s of the Mexican
Order of Guadalupe,Commandant dc la Hoyne, with tb?
dignity or Officer of tho same; and with that ot h night,
Cap ts. Bamtel, Casablanca and Noel, fer their soldierly
bravery at Monterey and Lerraas.
Col. Lopez, ot the Regiment ot tho Empress, has been
decorated by Marshal Bazaine with thc Cross of Officer
of the Legion of Honor, on account of tho combat of
The Imperialists, in addition to tho one already men?
tioned, claim another victory lu the direction of unjacn,
which is styled the combat at Tepetlspam. Capt. Bran
nel, commander of tho Auslro-Mexicun counter gueril?
las, states iu a dispatch to his sup? rior officer, Ho ze,
that the Liberals, under the command of one Cano, who
is raid to have commltt. d any nm tint of depredations
in the district, were defmted a: Tcpctiapain, which ia
the lost town of tho District of Silacapoipan, and borders
on Tlapa, to which latter pla-o Cano belonged. The re?
sult was that the Liberals had W kided, 10 wounded and
8 taken yt. honers,betide the loss of -HO mu.-kets, i b.xes
ammomt iin, 2 hurtes uud 2 mules; the lots on the si v
of tbe Imperialisrs being 4 Mexicans and 2 Austrians
killed and a like number of both nat onalit es wounded.
Capt Branned sfterward marched to Tlapa to break up
thc haunt of the guerillas.
The French trooj s have occupied Monterey.
According to the accounts received from Santiago de
Cuba, another r?volu'ion had broken cut in St. Di min
go for the purpose of el vating General Cabrai to tho su?
preme power, and dtp ising President Ba> z. The towns
of Cibao, San Cristobal, Les Matas. Santiago, and two or
three other s bcd risen up against Baez, the rebuldon
being headed by one Carlos bedon, who, it is salt!, urged
on by ihe Hayttans, is tr; lng to make war with lbs
Dominicans, and to unite that ti public to Hay ti. Presi?
dent Geffrard. of the latter, ls suspected to be at the
bottom of the affair, and Baez had Hunt him a raessugo
on the subject Baez is said lo have defeated bis opii?
renta at Ssn Christobal, aud to havo tateu one hundred
and seventy prisoners. Armed m<n bsd been sent tu
the frontier whero tome engagement bad takeu place be?
tween the Dominicans ami the HaytiaU8 A son-in-law
of President Biez, who was sent by the Ut tor to fight
the lnsurgen s, joined them with the cry of "down with
Bar.*" Santiago ds los Caballeros was in their power.
Generals Echavariia and Curieland another individual
whose name ls not given, had sought ?helter at the E- g
lisb Consul's, but it is not eta va for what reason they
had demanded their passports to go abroad.
The National Congress was opened OB tho nth inst.,
under the Presidency of the Hon. Valentine Ramirez I (
Baez, and aa hour after, President Baez, accompanied'
by the Secretary of H ato aud other officials, presented
himself in the Chamber and read his rae>&&ge.
Although the Santiago de Cuba papers give so much
importance to the insurrection, those of the capital, St.
Domingo, although thoy.mako mention of it, do not rato ?
it so highly. It is ackn? A lodged that aa insurrection J
had broken out ou tho southern frontier, and that in
consequence Sau Cristobal bad been ocenpied by thc
enemies ot order; but that the Government was able to
put lt down. The forces of tho province of Serbo, and
those of thc neighboring dlstt lets, had beeu got ready to
march, and the inhabitants ot tbat province, as well as
of Ciboi, were resolved to support tbe Government.
The Provinces of Agua and Sank) Domingo had been de
clareo under martial law. lu the other parts of tho Re?
public, tay tho St. Domingo papers, there had been BO
attempt made to disturb public order.
It id reported ia Ha vaia that the negroes on the
estates of Zolueta, Aldaina and some other large slave I tl
owners In the jurisdiction of Matanzas, had struck ti
within the last few days, demanding to be paid for their
labor. They aro said to have offered no violence, bnt to
have refu?td to work any longer ns slaves, saying that
they wire now free. Troops hal been sent to the
estates to compel them to resume work. Ii tho mania
of not working unless paid for it, (hon ld spread in the
other estates, the plantera would ho rather nonplussed,
aa tbeFe gentlemen have been so long accustomed to pct
people'* labor for nothing that tbev would find it hard
to accustom themselves to such a revolutionary state of |
Matter* here lu the city aro not mach moro satisfac?
tory, for r ibberles, witn violence, iti the broad daylight,
are of comm u cccurre ce in the c-owded ttreets of tjo j
capitol in the IslaLtl of Cuba. Yesterday, at oneo'clock j
in the aftotno n, a yonug man, wki'st passing alony
Luz-sireet, was attacked by two negroes, ?ho, pulling a |
knife and a dagger to his breast and throat, ?tri ped him
of his ?o:d watch and chain and taen to ?k to their
heels, . scaping a though pursued by th-ir victim and a
police officer to th" cry of "6to,> thief " At tiitht o'clock
in tho evening of the same dav, tho driver of a vehicle
was wounded and robbed in the environs of the city by
two white men, who had hired bis coach Inside the
nails, aid a tacked hi u as above mentioned 03 getting
outside, taking away his watch and three dollars, and
inflicting on him three wounds. A colore 1 man about
Hf ty years of age was wounded last night by tone un?
known person in Blarco-strect, af the cerner of I
Twcadero. There they .ire daily, net to mention of
night y occurrence, and demand itrlcCsT vigilance fi om
Tbe different towns of the island are occupied in
electing the deputies who are commissioned t > go to
Madrid to give evidence in matters connected with ad?
ministrative reform in the island. From tho oligarchical
nature of tho institution? of the country, the number
of electors ls so verv limited that lt can hardly be con
Bidered a maror of popular import. Among thc der'
ties elected is the liberal Cuban writer Saco, who for bis |
works was banished from the island ai d lives In Europe.
Be was ch?spn by the electors of 8intiago dc Cuba to ]
represent them. BABA.
Death of Gen. J. H. Morgan.
at* AUTHENTIC ACCOUNT OK THAT EVENT-HE IS SHOT ]
nVENTV MINUTES AFTER HE HA1> SUliJIEMiKIItt) TU
THE y?DE?AT. TROOPS.
Happening to be present at the death of Gen. J. H.
Morgan, ssys a writer ii the Columbus Crisis-, I have I
:oncluilcd to send you a few memoranda of tint and ils |
iccoinpanylng events. I accompanied the expedition I
into Tenuessto nude for the purpose of driving back j
ien. Gilltm's brigade of Federal cavalry. We arrived |
lt Crem ville early in the ovcuiog of tho 3d of Scpteni
aer, lWi. Grcenvlllo ?H distant from Bull's Gap (Ccu.
Slllem'fi position) nineteen miles. Thc General rMab
Ished his headquarters at thc house ol'a Mrs. Wtl.iams,
in the town of Greenville.
His own brigade was sent on the road leading to 1
Ftndgersvllle, to a point tUreo miles from Greenville, for
die purpose of getting f-.rage, and a do acumen t of T?n
irssee cavalry, ?Ix hundred strong, was ordered under
Colonel Br.dtord, to encamp on tho road leading to
Bull's Gap. and to picket the roads leading to t ard bc
;nemy. 'ibis forco ?as not incrSibcu u?oiu?e u larger
lumber of torses could not be foraged in that directly.
Tue cmutiy between Greenville and the (Jap is hilly
ind wild and very poor. Gen. Gillern stated afterward
lhai he received information of tho status cf tfldirs '
ibout Greenville, at half-past nine ofthat night. He im- t
mediately moved bi? command In tho direction of
?rceuvi'le; when about nvo milra from town bo halttd
ind sent a detachment through the Wood?, and Fuccerd
MI in Retiing ou tho Hank of Bradford's comii?ud
ro;e hi u (bradford) back irom thc road, leavinVit
pen to Cr?eiivi:ip.
A detadiroent of four Companies of the Thirteenth | f
rrtnnessee Cavalry was then sent forward to charge the
own. They met with no roUMance. Tho square on
rhlch Mrs. W.'s houso is situut-d (the house and
[rounds occupy the square), w-s surrounded iramedl
,tely ; officers of the stiff being arousedhy the courier1
if whoui there wore three or four at the iron* .?
ushed oat and wero captured one by ono. /?' Pi
dorgau at empted to escape thrcugli tb" , General
ng exit In that direction cut off. be " B*riien [ ?a?,;
,mong some ?r-pe vines: ?0 ^ t?ceaW himself
Japtolu Bogers fajbgona of his r^J^^^^
i ... G.'s clerk, the other. W^o, tUL. 0lIicctB of hii
lUff and couriers we 0 toge'.QOr under KUBr(i Withiu
wen ty yards of his place oj concealment, ho LCCCHSU
1ly heard the questions Mtba them and tho threats
nile against them.
Toe questions vere as to his whereabouts-the
hreats to mat0 them tell his place of concealment
Seeing that '?nere was no hopes of successful conceal
nent, fcc. came out and surrendered to Captain Wilcox,
Jp?ipany G, Thirteenth Teuuestee Cava'ry. He had al-1
ready both of General M.'H pistols In his possession.
This captain pat on his horse (ho and fifteen or twenty
3'hers had rlddeu Into the garden, baring broken down
the plank fence to get in) and conversed with the Gen
8-M and us for esme time-about ten or twisty minutes;
b 'ben rode off. In a few minutes after ne left a man
L./je up and presented his gun at General Morgan : the
General aald : "For God's sake don't shoot me-I am a
prisoner." The gun was fired asia thc General fell. Tho '
muzzle of the gun (a ?oil'? army rifle) was within two
feet of Morgan's breast when it was dhu barged ; his
Nothing and his body wore blackened with powder,
rbis man th-n dismounted and threw the General's
Dody across his boroo, lu front of the saddle, and rode
jbnut town shouting "here's your horne thief "
When Gen. Gillern eave us permission to go and at
end to Gen. M's bidy, we found it lying in the road,
ibont one mile fi om tho place where it bsd been shot,
lt was so covered with mud that we could scarcely re
'ognize it. Tho ball struck the centre of the broant,
ibout throe or four inches below its junction with tho
leek, and came out behind tbe left hip bone. He met
ils death as be met bis foes a thousand times before;
herc was no shrinking - not a quiver of the nerve
hough he saw murder lu that brawny felon's eye.
?c ntu.'ky will yet be proud of John Mor,'an-of his gal
ant, dashing lifo, and fVailess death. And in the "laud
)f suu and flowers ' !oug will ???? death be the tbemo of j
long and story. The man who thot hin was camed
Campbell, of Company O, Thirteenth Tenuessoe ca~!~f
Ie was promoted to a lieutenancy for bis bravery on
At K orville tho staff officers were locked up in Iron
:agos, lu a jail, whose windows had neiihcr glass nor I
ash They ned neither chance of clothing nor over
oats, nor blankets. Thnse had been takeu from them,
['hey were p ruittod to go into tho prison yard in the
lay lime, and the. h- -1 a dead lit>o lhere.
We found at Knoxville several effico B tnd men of
Jorgan's cou.mand, who had 1 e n taktn two neeks be
ore us. They told us tint the soldiers wh?? captured
hem said that they had orders not to tale Gen. Morgan
Aft tr this it was rumored that the soldiers of General
Jordan's command refused to take an prisoners of War
nen bf longing to the Thirteenth Tennessee cavalry
Icoorul Gillern scut a communication, under a tl ig of
nice, to General Brerkiurtdge on thia subject, com
lUining that some 11 embers of tho Thirteenth had been
Hied, and stating that he suppoeod ll was done in re
illation for tho "reported" murder of Ooneral Morgan.
Ie stated that Gtnersl Morgan had been killed tu fair
^ .t, and Inclosed a copy of a ii"to from Captain
logera, of General Morgan's stsff, in answer to one
rom him inquiring Into the circumstances of General
larsen's death. (Hogers was then a prisoner Iii Geni?
al Gillem's hat.ds.;
At the bottom of this note was written: "A trno co;iy.
L C Gillern, Brig. General." When General Breckin
idgo aiterward attacked and routed Goncral Gillern, we
npturtd his headquarters' desk and private papers,
moog which was the original note of Captain Bogers,
Uer -il and amen t? 1 to read as tho copy General Gillern
ent General B.. and very different from the said copy.
'he e pip -rs ure still lu existence.
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DRE8S TRIMMINGS, STRAW GOODS, RIBBONS, ARTIFICIALS, ETC.,
Carefully selected for the
WHOLESALE MD RETAIL TRADE,
Which he is enabled, by recent purohasos for CASH, to offer at greatly reduced prices. Purchasers wlB do welS
by giving him a call, as he wiU endeavor to give general satisfaction.
'(FORMERLY FBOM CHARLOTTE, N. C.,)
No. 306 King street, between Wentworth and Society streets.
P. S -The attention of merchants from tho oountry is also respectfuUy solicited, SB they will find goode well
adopted to their trado.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRY GOODS HOUSE.
THE BEST AND LARGEST SELECTION OF SPRING GOODS, ESPECIALLY 8ELFCTFD FOB THIS
Market. A caU from the LAD HIS, COUNTBY MERCHANTS, AND PLANT LBS, ls respectfully solicited,
Having secured the most polite Salesmen an the trade, they wUl be happy to see their friends at
NO. 268 KING, COBNBB OF WENTWOBTH-BTREET, UNDEB TEE MASONIC HALL.
WM. BOT, formerly with BROWN & CALDER,
B. C. MCCLURE, formerly with WM. HOWLAND.
L. B. LOVEGREEN. formerly with A. F. BROWNING A 00.
S. H. 8EYLES, formerly with A. F. BBOWNING k CO.
L. D. BO MAB, WM. H. STEIN ME? EB, Bookkeeper.
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE
KING & CASSIDEY,
W H OLES ALE DRUGGISTS,
No. 151 Meeting-street,
Opposite Charleston. Sotel,
C II ARLES TON. 8. C.
No. 219 KiN?-STREET, WESTSIDE,
ONE BOOR SOUTH OF MARKET-STREET.
NOW OPENED, AND RECEIVING WEEKLY PEE
Steamers, a choice selection of SPBING AND t UM?
MER OLOTBING OF ALL GRALES. The garments of?
fered are thoroughly made, and equal In all respects to
custom work Special atteation ls invited to the stock
_ SACKS AND SAOETEES
BOYLAND YOUTHS' CLOTHING (to suit all agis)
GENTLEMEN'S FUBSKSHING GUODS (ku great va?
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT suppUed with a
fine line of CLOTHS, CAS8IMKBE8 and COATINGS,
suitable for thc season.
Capt. B. W. McTCKEOUS takes charge ol tho BALES
DEPARTMENT, and will be happy to see his friends
and supply them as heretofore.
WM. MATTHIESSEN, Agent.
WHOLESALE IND BETAIL DEALER IS
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Trnnks, Valises, Etc.,
No. 233 KING-STREET,
NEAR THE CORNER OF MARKET-ST.,
IN THE ADOER BUILDING.
MY STOCK 18 WELL SELECTED AND BOUGHT
for cash, and I propose ti tell to Country Mer?
chants on the same terms, with ten per cent, advance
above original cost.
Tho largest stock of GENTLEMEN'8 FUBNI8BING
GOODS, ever brought to this ma kot, may be found
here. Imo March 16
OIHE SUBSCRIBEB, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from tbe North, takes this method of informing
tho public that he ls receiving a full assortment of
CLOTHS, CASHMERES, COATINGS AND VESTINGS
of tho beet foreign and domestic manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and at
very low figures, i OTP ons wishing anything in my line
will find lt to their advantage to give me a cati, as 1 have
the most experienced woikmen, and am prepared to
make them up In the very beat style at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand. No. 31? Broad-street.
March 3? J. S. pniLTJT.S._
CL0THI?6 ARD FITRIUHIN6 GOODS,
MAYNE AND MEETING STREET?,
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED A LARGE AND
bande?me assortment ol' SPBING CLOTHING, ol
th? latest and most desirable styles, to which he invitee
thc attention of buyers both from the interior and city,
Believing that tho Goods will suit thc market, not only
in quality and style but also In price, he respectfuUy so?
licits an examination of his stock before purchasing
elsewhere W. A. LUDLOW.
GEO. F. RANKIN will be happy to see bis friends at
the abovo establishment. The office of WALDRON,
EGLESTON k CO. will be found at the same placo.
GILLIOT & SON'S
BIRMINGHAM, LONDON, NEW YUKK,
AND No 45 IIAYNE-STRKET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER A LARGE AND WELL
SELECTED STOCK UV STEEL PENS of tho above
Manufacturer's make. E. J. DAWSON & CO ,
Booksellers and Stationers, No. 46 Hayne st
March 27 tuthsl3
CORSER OF FOURTEENTH AND "F" STREET I
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
C. WILLARD, Proprietor.
FOB MANY YEARS PROPRIETOR OF TEE HY G Di
HOTEL. Old Point, Ya.
february 8 ??moa
PHOSPHATE OP LIME.
PRICE REDUCED-$62.50 CASH.
109 PAYABLE BY FACTORS' ACCEPT AA
CES IN NOVEMBER.
I rr AP. P. A NT ED FREE FROM ADULTERATION. MO
YT to 300 lbs. per acre will produce fuU crops, and
ontlnuaRy add to the Lr till ty of the soil.
H. W. KINSMAN,
OLE AGENT FOB MAPER' NITROGENJZED PHOS?
PHATE OF JUMB/ :
March ii J imo No. 27U King-street.
PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
[TTE BEFEB THE TRADE AND FABMEB8 TO G.
VV A. LIEBIG'8 analysis of thia valuable SUPER
.'HOSPH ATE OF LIME, which, from its large propor?
tion of Bone and Ammonia, la certainly the best xo the
G. A. LIEBIG says:
"Tho sample represents an article I have DO hesita- -
don in pronouncing to be of a superior quality, and
which cannot fall of success."
W. B. GBIFFITH st McELHIKEY,
No. 22 Commerce-street, Agents.
AA MEXICAN GUANO and GROUND BONE, lower
than any other in the market
Address D. GAM BRILL, at Taft k Howland'a, East.
Bay. Charleston, for Circular, kc Imo March 14
LOUIS D. DBSA?SS??E,
BROKER 4 COMMISSION MERCHANT,.
FOB THE SALE AND PUBCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c,
ANS 8ALE OF
Cotton, Naval Stores and Produce,
OFFICE NO. 23 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
LOWNDES & GR1MBALL,
W'ILL ATTEND TO TIIE SALE OR PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS,'and other
SECURITirS; to tho sale of PRODUCE, NAVAL
KfOBtS, HORSES. I'Ul'.MTl'RE. &c. ; to the renting
und leasing of HOUSE* and PLANTATIONS, and also
to !ho collection of MONEY.
All orders entrusted to our rare will bo promptly
attended to. No. 27 BROAD STREET.
T. ratcxmei LOWXX.ES.BEKBLET onianiALL.
April 3 tuths3
1ST O 10?3EASTBAY
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions;
tsf Liberal advances made en consignments.
AGA. CHILD Sc CO.,
GROCERIES, BOOTS, SHOES AND CLOTHING.
8AIL0BS' OUTFITTING, HATS, CAPS, Ac.
Agents for Allen's and Wheelock's Pb.teds.
No. 103 East Bay, near foot of Broad street
A. CHILDS,...N. G. PARKER.
March 30 imo