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CMRLESTM DAILY MIN,
G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
DAILY-i'UX MONTHS. 5.00
/ DAILY-1HREE MONTHS. 3.50
?SINGLE O fPIES.5 cents
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
. NEWS SUMMARY.
Cotton closed iii Liverpool on the StU at 13Jd
for Middling Uplands.
ta New York cotton declined; Addling Uplands
quoted at 29|.
Gold closes at 34.
Telegraphic advices from England bring intel?
ligence of a Fenian rising in Ireland, but it ap?
pears to be a mere feint, as they have been easily
repulsed by the troops.
They make alcohol from coal smoke in England.
The degree> of M. D. was conferred ontwonty
iwo young mon at the Medical College of Augusta
on Friday last.
The great original painting of LINCOLN Reading
the Emancipation Proclamation td his Cabinet, by
?CARPENTER, has been placed over the east door of
the rotunda in the capitol.
A child was born a few miles south of Bowling
Creen, Clay county, Ind.. very much resembling a
turtle, one of its arms being so shaped and work?
ing backwards, the other norning to a point like a
A beautiful tunnel was discovered, not long
since, under a river in the interior of Peru, the
-work of the old Inca Indians, and a lasting proof
?of their civilization.
A Peruvian surgeon in San Francisco wan-ants
to every young lady the tiniest and most graceful
foot by means of the amputation of the little toe
/of each foot.
Bunting cf which flags are made is manufactured
at only two rn??s in this country. The new tariff
puts a duty of $1.85 per yard on it. Then, of
?coarse, the old flag will now be dearer than ever
A meteor, of extraordinary size, passed recently
?ver the neighborhood of Bordeaux. In its transit
it dropped sparks, three of which were found in
feotes burnt in uiubr ellas carried by those who wore
ont of doors at the time.
The Aberdeen (Miss.) Examiner says that there
are more freedmen at work on the farms of Mon?
roe county than at any period since the war, and
there are more acres "under the plow" than have
been cultivated in tho last three years.
Four hundred and twenty-three deaths occurred
in the New York city and public institutions during
the past week, thirteen of which were from acci?
dents or negligence, twenty-six from scarlatina,
?nd fifteen from typhus and typhoid fevers.
The New York Herald's Mexican correspondence,
slated at Fresnfllo, in the State of Zacatecas, gives
a short bnt comprehensive history of the unlit ary
experienoes of ORTEGA, the pretended President,
who is now a prisoner in the hands of JUAREZ. In
regard to his probable fate, the writer says the
chancea are good for his beidg shot as a deserter,
though he may be tried, convicted, and pardoned
when it is found how futile his revolutionary efforts
A steam plough, with engines and tackle
?complete, has been sent ont from England by
a manufacturer, who sends with it a skilled agent,
to give it a thorough trial in one of the Western
iStates, at the expense of che manufacturer. The
apparatus cost $10,000. A duty of $4000 was levied
?on it, but a bill has been introduced in Congress to
refund the amount. It will plough an acre an hour
to the depth of twelve inches.
The Austin (Texas) Intelligencer hos the follow?
ing : On the 19th of last month, a considerable
party of Indians visited the settlements in San
$aba county, and carried off a large drove of horses
(belonging to the settlers. A small party of whites
attacked the Indians, hut we learn they were
worsted. The redskins were too numerous, and
irere armed with six shooters and Sharp's rifles.
Among the curiosities promised for the ap?
proaching exhibition are floating Islands on the
?Seine at Billancourt, as may be seen on the great
Jakes in China. The inhabitants of the celestial
?empire construct immense bamboo rafts, on which
a layer of earth is spread, and this being planted
jsoon forms a vast field covered with vegetation.
The man erects his tent in the centre, and then
trusts himself with his family to the waters.
The Montgomery Mail, of the 6th, publishes a
new schedule for the Montgomery and West Point
^Railroad, and says: "We invite the attention of
the reader to the new schedule of the Montgomery
and Weat Point Railroad, to take effect on and after
Sunday'next. By this change a double daily line
is established east-the trains leaving this city at
?> A/M. and5 P. M., and arriving at 8 P. M. and 8
JL M.-thus forming a close connection with all
joads'east and wost.
A dispatch from Montreal announces that the
3iew kingdom or dominion, or whatever it may be,
is to be ruted over by the third son of Queen VIC?
TORIA, Prince A ETHTB WILLIAM PATRICE ALBERT.
?Ie is aged seventeen, and his name of PATRICK,
given him'in compliment "to Ireland, and the fact
that his entry.into public life was made at Dubhe,
rure thought to mako him popular with the Irish.
Thia popularity, it is supposed, may tend to neu?
tralize Fenian designs on Canada.
The Washington National BepuUic.in says:
* 'Th? affi??irs & the secret service division of the
Treasury Depaistflaent recently effected the seizure
nf counterfeit's^ tools, consisting of steel plates.
?dies, presses, and various other articles used by
?counterfeiters, at St Louis, Mo. One of the gang
was also secured *while in the act of printing coun?
terfeit 'fraction al currency. A large amount of
partially finished fifty cent fractional currency
notes was seized at the same time."
The exercise cf the elective franchise was prac?
tically illustrated in the election of officers for the
Mercantile Lib rary, Philadelphia, on Tuesday. A
jK)U was opened for the female stockholders, who,
to the;number; of one hundred and fifty- ?ix, cast
their votes. Both sexes voted together, and the 1
proceedings were conducted with tho utmost pro?
priety,' no confusi?n or disorder, as too often is the
?case where men vote alone. The ladies walked up 1
with as much.? any froid as if they were accustom- !
ed to the privilege. As illustrating how the thing '
anight be done, this voting at the library election
ahould be notea^' V;'
The Norfolk 'Virginian says: "The Hon. Mr. 1
BENJAMIN,was,not- the most popular man in the
?Ctonfederaey at the date of the great disaster. In '
fact, he ranked -high among the 'best abused' men
in the Confederacy; but the mom enL he became an
exile the asperity of criticism became disarmed.
It could not haye been otherwise with a bravo and
g?nerons people. Mea thought of his eloquence, j
Jus tearning, and his. sincerity, and forgave and i
forgot the blunders of the Minister. Viewing him ]
in this hght, it will, please our readers to learn that ?
?on a recent occasion he was publicly complimented I
&t the end of his argument in an English court by \
Jhe Lord Chief Baron. (
GEORGE PEABODY^ Esq., has added another to (
3ns long list o? splendid gifts for charitable, edu- j
cations! and scientific purposes, by bestowing one (
fcundred and fifty thousand dollars upon tho i
?county of Essex, Mass. This is his i.ative county, i
juad the donation is to promote thc study of tlie i
cultural and physical sciences. He directs that t
forty thousand dollars be applied to the purchase <t
ot land in the city of Salem, the purchase of the t
JHall of the East India Marino Society, and the ?
?erection, fitting up and furnishing of such build- \
jng8_ thereon as shall he necessary for the pur?
poses of this trust. One hundred thousand dol- r
Jars to be kept invested as a permanent fund, and c
cnlythe income thereof to be used for the pur- ?
poses of this lixust. c
The Rev. W. H. BELLOWS, D. !>., on Thursday 1
last delivered a lecture before tho Lee Literary 1
Union, New York, in the Universalist Church, on t
?'The Nineteenth Century," in which he said that i
unity was the grand characteristic of this century, I
distinctions ol' race, color and condition arc all <
abolished. The lecturer closed with the following <
"tremendous" perovation : "The time was verg- i
jng towards us when the flags of all nations would i
Jw woven together, when the nations would Bit I
down at a commcn table, end when the glorious I
day would dawn of an inssparable community of i
numan interest and of all God's children. The '
shackles of four million slaves, the Freedmen's <?
bureau Bill, the taxes on three thousand millions
freely paid for the fruits of the war aud a united
?country were the things that America could send t
to the International Exhibition. (Applause). .
Beat it who could, for it was God's work." (Ap- t
clause.) - 11
LABGEST CIRCULATION- The DAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List of Let
tfyrs remaining in thc Postoffice at the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the Neto Postojfke Law, as the
newspaper having thc largest circulation in
the Citu of Charleston:
SECTION r>. And be it further enacted, That lists of lot
tors remaining uncalled for In any Postofflce in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper Bball be printed,
shall hereafter bo published once only in the newspaper
which, hoing published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation within range of deliver}' of tho said
J8?~ AU communications intended for publication in
this journal must be address&i to the Editor oJTthe
Da ily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Marleston, S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Bauy
News. . . _ .
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
tions. , " .
Advertisements outside ofOie edy must be accompa?
nied iciUi the casfi.
SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1867.
Tho Northern people must have excitement. The
slavery question is dead ; the "Rebel States" are
properly gagged and brigadiered; the negroes
havo suffrage, temperance is unpopular. Tho
number of sensation topics is thus becoming more
and more restricted ; and by ibo ordinary law of
compensation the interest centres and intensifies
on those that are left. These we believe just now
are the Woman Suffrago and the Impeachment
Questions. Ono or the other of these now forms
the theme of almost every lecturer in New York,
Brooklyn, Boston, and all the smaller towns and
villages of the Northern country.
On Saturday evening last, on his way to Wash?
ington and Congress, General B. F. BOTLEB de
lighted the people of Albany, New York, with an
exposition of his views on the Impeachment ques
tion. This was very kind of Mr. BOTIEB, seeing
that he had already done so on a previous occasion
at Brooklyn ; and, in fact, had been venting bis
opinions freely on this subject ever Binco last
fall ; yet be modestly in his exordium says, that he
comes before the audience on a somewhat unusual
topic. He moreover asked bia bearers to examine
with him "without beat, calmly, coolly, and in the
full exercise of judgment, why it was that our
fathers put tho great power of impeachment and
removal into the Constitution." This he wishes
thom, to do "to convince tue reason and instinct (?)
and not to ;aflame the passions." He then said
"Harsh vituperation, hard names, slander, scan'
dal, and personal abuse, never yet harmed any
man ; for, if it had, he who speaks to you would
have been dead long, long ago."
He then examines the grounds, wherefore the
President should, in his opinion, be impeached
1. Usurpation of executive power, in that he estab?
lished governments in the Southern StateB, with?
out having any right to do so. "Two-thirds of
both HouseB of Congress have said that the acts
wore illegal, and that nb legal governments exist
there. Somebody ought to be impeached-either
both Houses, or the President. Which shall it
be ?" And again he said : "Wbethor he behoves
he is right or believes he is wrong is not the ques?
tion. The question is: "Is ho in the way?"
[Laughter and applause.] If ho is, he must bo
got out of it." This is the whole statement of the
question. Ho is in the way, and it is nothing but
most palpable hypocrisy that can induce BUTLER
or any of his confreres to revert to the Constitu?
tion in plea of their iniquitous agitations. Can
any sane man for a moment believe that the clausa
in the Constitution, providing for impeachment,
ever contemplated an error of judgment, (suppos?
ing, for the sake of argument, that the President
is in error), as a ''high crime and misdemeanor ?"
He next arraigns the President for hiB exercise
of the pardoT?ng power ; and while he disclaims
his intention of bringing 'ip "Old Bailey matters,"
he, nevertheless, meanly and slanderously hi-.+a,
that tho President made the granting of par lou H
a matter of salo and profit-one of the foulest
slanders and basest falsehoods ever uttered. Xt
puzzles na to think how even the ingenious BI^-T-BB
will be able to show that the President's pardons for
political offences are unconstitutional, though these
j pardons were double and triple the cumber of what
BUTLER alleges them to have been. Ho wasted but
little argument on this charge. The following eon
tents him :
"Does any one here think that it is constitu?
tional for tho President to carry the pardoning
power so far as to be obliged to have a pardon-mill
to grind out pardons by tho thousand ? Does any?
body bolieve that ?"
He then comes to the last count in .his indict?
"Again, I will not go into the question of ap?
pointments to office, for I hold that there is some?
thing higher, more noble, and more grand in
political action than the question of who should
hold office ; and if I were to draw articles of im
Ecachment, I would put those main great acts of
is as the principal dish, and perhaps I might pep?
per it and salt it with a little of his personal ac?
tions, and thc question of how he disposed of the
offices ; but that would be but the condiments to
tho great dish which I should propose to put be?
fore the American people."
This is all, absolutely all, that can be brought
against the President, by BUTLEB even, his bitter?
est enemy, tho most violent partisan, the most un?
scrupulous politician to be found in all the coun?
try. And is it upon such flimsy allegations and
special pleading that the country is to be plunged
into a revolution, that the industry of the land is
to be paralyzed, commeroo and business of all
kinds ruined ? Little as wo have the right to ex?
pect sensible action on any political question from
the North, we cannot help th inking that the more
sober portion of the people will discountenance
such unprincipled and suicidal party tactics.
But what says BUTLEB on these matters? He
propounds these questions: "Is it expedient ? is it
best ? hadn't we better get along with him ? is it
wcrth while ? to which wo, of course, know his
answers. "But it is objected," he continues, "that
the business of the country will suffer. How is
tho business now? [Laughter.] Paralyzed be?
cause we don't know how the thing is to be settled.
Is it best to wait two years longer and allow this
continued chronic state of unsettlement to go on ?
"Let me call your attention further to another
trouble. 'Why.' I am told, 'don't do this, if you
do you will injure our bonds abroad-you will
shake your credit abroad.' What has our credit to
do abroad ? We carried on this war, and the bank?
ers of Europe would not lend us a dollar until we
got through substantially, and showed that we
were the strongest and ablest nat'" . on the globe.
And thon, when we got through the war, they
consented to take our bonds at 40, 50 and 60 cents
on tho dollar, and I behove now they have got up
to 71 or 74 cents, or somewhere thereabout. Well,
they say that our bonds will go down in Europe,
and tho people in Europe won't take them. I may
be mistaken, my friends, but it seems to me that
if I could bring about that result I should al?
most be w?ling to be impeached myself."
But we will not follow the eccentric BENJAMIN
my farther. Wo en mostly hope, however, that
aiser counsels will prevail, and that BUTLEB, and
?uch as he, may not be permitted to destroy what
tittle order there is left in the land.
THE EASTERN QUESTION.
Our European filos bring us advices stating that
Russia had advised tho Porte to give up Crete to
;ho Greoks, and it is understood that England and
Prussia concur with Russia. Another report
states that Turkey is about giving a Christian
jovernor to tho i?land. This latter arrangement,
vc foar, could only ensure quiet for a very brief
luxation. However, if tho first stated news is
;orroct, wo may have a speedy solution, for the
cresent at least, of the enj'ant terrible of European
liplomacy, ycleped the Eastern Question. Advice
"rom Russia to Turkey means something
noro than the same commodity, when transferred
rom Smith to Jonos. France also, as is shown by
he French Blue Book just issued.bas offered aug
gestions of a similar character, at least speaks of
he neglect of the Porte to cake its advice in rc
jard to the investigations and redress of tho
vrongs of which the Cretans complain.
The Bluo Book uses warning language also, and
idmonishcs tho Turkish Goervnmentof the gravity
)f tho situation, and that it do not hesitate before
such "sacrifices as may proserve it from the peri?
neal return of similar criaos." The position ot
England is almost ludicrously neutral. The
tfougo of Commons having debated the produc?
ion of correspondence, there were various state
nents of tho want of information, the determina?
ron to watch tho course of events ; that the Gov
imiuont has no right to take a philo-Tirrkish or a
Cretan view of the subject ; that Turkey is no
loubt in a state of transition. Whatever oise all
hese expressions by the tbreo Powers are worth,
:hey point to ouo conclusion at least, which is, that
bo Cretan difficulty is far from settled, and that
ts settlement is likely to end only in the lose by
dirkey of ono if not moro of her Christian depen?
THE Newberry/imiM says that the cara upon
be Laurens Railroad aro running within four miles
?f that town, and ?Lat they will, in a very Bhort
imo, be running through from Laurons C. H. to
WANTED-A MARRIED GERMAN LADT,
without children, wishes BOARDING. One room
without furnituro will bo sufficient Application, with
price marked, address H. W., No. 14, at this Office.
WANTED-A FEW MORE WHITE MEN,
to work on a Plantation near tho city. Place very
healthy-great inducements offered. Apply at No. 59
TRADD STREET. tus2 March 5
WANTED, A GOOD COOK. TO ONE WHO
eau bring good recommendations liberal wageB
will bo paid. TO K. RYAN,
March 8 2 Accommodation Wharf.
WANTED, A SITUATION BY ? FANCY
CAKE and BREAD BAKER. Apply within three
days, Postoffice Box 17, Charleston Postoffice, S. C., or
at No. 29 St Philip street._2*_March 8
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CHILD'S
NURSE OR HOUSE SERVANT, by a respectable
white woman. Apply at No. 86 TRADD STREET.
Plantations are located in healthy situations eau ob?
tain any requisite number of German or Irish Laborers,
at short notice. For terms, Ac, apply to
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM,
No. 432 King Btreet, corner Hudson street,
March 6 wfm2mo Opposite Citadel Square.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE AND
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE.
Br JAS. D. MCCABE, Jr., of Va.
Send for Circulars and see our terms, and a full de?
scription of the work. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH
HiG CO., corner 7th and Main streets, Riohmond, Va.
February 14 Imo*
AWIDOW LADY AV1SHES A SITUATION
in some respectable family. Is capable of doing any
kind of Sowing. Anyone desiring sucha ono will
please make application at this office.
TO RENT, A SUITE OF ROOMS, WITH
Pantry and Kitchen attaohed. Apply at the Drug
Store, No. 131 Meeting street 3_March 9
TO RENT. THE COMMODIOUS THREE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 58 Tradd streot;
has 12 square rooms, dining rooms, pantry, pump, cis?
tern, cook and wash kitchens, carriago house and
stables, together with ample servants' accommodations;
gas fixtures throughout For terms, kc, apply to J. C.
MARSHALL, No. 60 Tradd street_Marchs
mo RENT, THE UPPER PORTION OF'
J|_ THE HOUSE corner Vand erh?rst and King streets.
There i B a large hall and 19 rooms, with a good cistern,
two-story brick kitchen and outbuildings. It is well
adapted for a Boarding-House or School. Possession can
be had on the 16th inst. For terms, apply at AIM AR'S
DRUG STORE, corner Vanderhorat and King streets.
March 8_ 4
mo RENT, FOR ONE OR A TERM OF
X years, a DWELLING HOUSE with a corner store.
A good stand for a Grocery and a Bar Room. Apply at
No. 3 Columbus street._3*_March 7
TO RENT, FOUR ROOMS, WITH KITCH?
EN, over our office, No. 2? Broad street
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. 27 Broad street
FOR RENT, A TWO STORY BUILDING
containing four upright rooms, with dressing room
and pantry, situated on Ashton street north of Spring.
Large lot, with kitchen, stable, carriage house, cistern,
well, Ac. Possession given immediately. For particu?
lars apply at No. 623 KING STREET, opposite Wolff
street 5* March 5
mo RENT.-A THREE STORY BRICK
JL houBe in George street, two doors east of Conting
Btreet. Apply to FRANCIS LANCE, Coming street near
TVTUNAN'S FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
jy STREET, TO RENT. Apply on the premises.
TO RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
dehghtful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley Btreet For
particulars, address B. F., Daily News Office
BOARDING. - SEVERAL GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with genteel Board and
Lodging at No. 95 BROAD STREET. Terms, $8 per
weea ; day boardors, $3. _3 March 7
B' OARDING-TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN
can be. accommodated with good Board and a
pleasant room, on application at No. 59 CHURCH
STREET, weat aide, near Tradd.
A few DAY BOARDERS can also be accommodated.
February 27 i_
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A FEW BOARD.
EES can be accommodated at No. 92 KING STREET,
east side, near Broad. A few Day Boarders can be ac?
commodated.' . January 31
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF CAMERON, BARKLEY
& CO. U this day dissolved by the withdtawal of
Captain FENN PECK.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
R. C. BARKLEY.
CharlostoD, G th March, 18G7.
TX OLL CONTINUE THE RAILROAD AND STEAM?
ET BOAT SUPPLY B?8INESS, under the name of
CAMERON, BARKLEY CO., at the old stand, corner of
Meeting and Wentworth ^aets.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
Chariest u, G th March, 1867.
FROM THE FIRM OF CAMERON, ' < AR KLEY & CO.,
I take the opportunity of soliciting in their behalf
the patronage of my friends and the public.
(Signed) FENN PECK.
Charleston. 6th March, 1867. Imo March 7
JH. HAPPOLDT HAS REMOVED HIS GUN ES
. tablishmentto No. 119 MEETING STREET (near
Market), where ho will continue to manufacture and im?
port to order, Double Guns, Rifles and Pistols. Repair?
ing and re-stocking executed in his usual style. A supply
of Guns, Ac, always on hand.
March 5 Imo*
BANK BILLS! BANK BELLS!
BANK BILLS OF ALL KINDS
GOLD AND SILVER
COUPONS, STOCKS, &c.
Bought at highest price, by
ANDREW M MORELAND. Broker,
February 13 wlthstu2inos No. 8 Broad street
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
?YILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGH1
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
.FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10 Augusta. Ga.
4 SURE CURE FOR THE PILES, PUT UP IN
?X PACKAGES ef 1000 pieces.
Price 50 cents. For sale by
February 18 Imo No. 69 BROAD STREET.
THE INFAMOUS PRACTICE OF ADULTERATING
3RANDIES having become so common, that a genuino
.rticle is the exception, it ls of vital importance to th ose
equiring it for Family U?e and Invalids, that it should
>e of undoubted purity and efficacy.
We are pleased to notice that tho old and popular Wine
mporters, BININGER & CO., No. 15 Beaver Btreet New
'ork, aro very opportune in calling the attention of fann?
ies to their
"GOLD MEDAL COGNAC,"
if which thoy Bay, that, "With a view to meeting the
lopular demand for a reliable Brandy lu its natural state,
ree from alcoholic flavor and impurities, and fully appre
ia ting the fact that it is often recommended by thu Medi?
al Faculty as a euBtaining stimulant when all other re?
medies fail, we are now bottling and selling at reasona
le rates a Brandy of our own importation from one of
ac most responsible Houses in France, and known as
"BERINGER'S GOLD MEDAL COGNAC."
This Standard Article is sold by all of the prominent
?ruggists. s6mo Feoruary 2
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
No. ll? EAST BAY, cor. Fraser's Wharf.
QACON, FLOUR, BUTTER, LAUD, CHEESE, COF
D FEE, SUGAR, of all grades and prices; TOBACCO,
OAP, STARCH, MOLASSES, aud a general Stuck ol
rROCERIES, in store and for sale low.
Liberal advances made on Consignments.
Apply SB above. Imo February ll
F. F. CHAPEAU,
J. & T. S. HEFFRON, SUPERINTENDENTS, )
?IRE CAPS, BELTS, ETC.,
AND IMFOnTF.lt OF
AT McKENSTE'S OLD STAND,
Corner Church and Chalmers streets.
January 26 stuthOmos
Sub am SMontag ten Ilten SD??'rj, ftattpnbeu. Slnfaitfl
bra'cifi 8 U?r.
2d)aiifpie? mit (Scfang in ;i Silten, rotrb 3Ut ?(uifii lining
(ominen. .<pcnrv (5. ^ertroig,
March. 6 - wm2*
HORSE AND DEVONSHIRE CALF-A
large and able-bodied HORSE,
A thorough brod DEVONSHIRE HEIFER CALF,
For sale by
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM, Agent.
No. 432 King street, corner Hudson street,
March 8_ 2 Opposite Citadel Square.
FOR SALE, A FINE SADDLE HORSE.
Can be Beenak the MILLS HOUSE STABLES.
March 8_ 2*_
MULES FOR SALE AT THE BULLS
House Stables. All who wish to buy, I will bc
pleased to have them calL T. JOHNSON.
March 8_ * _3*3
ASPLENDID RESIDENCE AND FARM,
situated within tho corporate linr'ts of the town ol
Alien, S. C.-Tho residence is largo and commodious,
containing eleven rooms, all with fireplaces; piazzas arc
attached to the first and second stories, with all tho con?
veniences necessary to a complete residence. Tho
grounds are handsomely laid out with Evergreens, Roses,
&c, and tho vegetable garden very ample. Tho outbuild?
ings, servants' houses, stables, ic, ore all in complote
order. The Farm consists of about fifty seres of fine
This property, now the residenc of Mrs. M. M.
Schwartz, is offered for salo at a reasonable price, and on
accommodating terms, for the pnrpoBe of division among
the heirs of the lat? Geo. Perrott Tho entire furniture
oi the house and premises u ay be purchased with the
Address W. 8. WALKER,
W. G. MOOD,
February 22 Executors Estate Geo. Parrott
OR SALE, TWENTY LARGE, PAT,
4 and 5-year old broke MULES: and THIRT? 3
and 4 year old. For sale at Mills House Stable. Apply
to lt. W. CARTON._January 14
FOR a ALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHILA?
DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
til graduation in tho MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medico,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren, Principios and Practico of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of the first Medical Universities of
tho country, a favorable opportunity ls offered those
studying medicino for a scholarship. Apply at this
Office. December 15
IWUND, A ? VTtt'S BROOCH, WHICH THE
owner, by jurovlug property aud paying for adver?
tisement, can obtain by calling at No. ll HAYNE
STREET. 2 March 9
Tl SOLU OIL WPM,
MANTTFACTtTKEEB 0? THE
SOLINE BURNING OIL,
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST TN USE
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL, NON-EXPLOSIVE.
OFFICE NO. 68 BROADWAY, NEW TOBE.
JOHN S. BANKS, GENERAL AGENT.
THIS SUPERIOR OIL GIVES A BEAUTIFUL LIGHT,
equal to Gas in brilliancy; is much cheaper; is per?
fectly safe, as lt is nonexplosive; and is far superior to
any o th or oil or Burning Fluid ever offered to the public
The Company will also furnish the trade, at manufac?
turers' prices, all kinds of Patent Safety Lamps, Lan?
terns, Chandeliers, etc., admirably adapted for Hotols,
Churches, Private Residences, Stores, Warehouses,
Offices, Steamboats, Bailroads, and for Plantation use.
In fact, they are better for any purpose whatever, for
which a light is used, than any other lamp invented, and
are Bold at a price that comos within the reach of every
Contracts taken for lighting Towns and " 'Hagcs.
For further particulars, terms, etc., address tho COM?
PANY, or JOHN 8. BANKS,
No. 68 Broadway, New York.
Opinion of the Rev. Mr. Repiten in regard o the
quahtj- of the Sohne Oil:
WiucNBTON, N. C., 3lBt December, i860. .
8m: I have been using your "Solino Oil" for some
time in a night lump, and find lt the safest and most
economical burningfinld I have ever used. It gives a
steady and beautiful soft light, and I can my from expe?
rience that the article obtained from you is not explosive,
but ia perfectly safa in the hands of any one.
REV. A. PAUL REPITON.
Orders for the above Oil and Lamps will be received at
McKAY & CAMPBELL'S,
Hasel street, opposite the new Pest Office.
January 19 3mo8
THEO. F. CHUPEHV,
OFFICE, - - - No. 275 KING STREET,
NEABLY OPPOSITE HASEL.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH IN?
SERTED at moderate prices. .
AS" TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
Or by DR. RICHARDSON'8 apparatus for producing
March 6 ruths Gmo
9250 FOR A MONTH I
IS THE TUNE THAT BARLOW, THE OLD OPERA?
TOR, is catering to, at thc OLD STAR GALLERY,
where he will giv?i his attention to securing tho shadow
ere the substance lodes-especially the OIL and PORCE?
LAIN PORTRAITS, of which competition is dolled. Spe?
cimens can be seen, taken from lifo, and small pictures
enlarged at tho Gallery, southeast corner King and Mar?
ket streets, Charleston. February 21
WffiM OF M OLD DRUG STORE.
rjTHE SUBSCRIBER WOULD RESPECTFULLY IN
X ?ORM his friends and the public generally that ho
has opened a FIRST-CLASS DRUG STORE at his Father's
Old Stand, known for over twenty-five years aa Burn
ham's Drug Store, where ho has a well-selected and com?
plete Stock of DRUGS, PERFUMERY, DYE STUFFS
and FANCY ARTICLES, which will be sold low for cash.
Country orders, accompanied with cash or city ac?
ceptance, will be promptly filled.
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED at all
hours, day and night. E. S. BURNHAM.
March 1 tuthe3
DANCING SCHOOL AT MASONIC HALL.
MONS. BERGER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
public that ho will open a now Class, which will
be exclusively for beginners, on the 6th March. For par?
ticulars, apply at the Hall from ll to 12 o'clock, or at tho
time of tuition. ws4 February 27
and DAY B0ARDER8, can be accommodated at
No. 105 East Bay._thslmo February 14
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable for Gentlemen, La?
dies and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our
Stock before tho season advances too far, wo would espe?
cially draw the attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which will be made in our prices for the next two
or three weeks from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
january 29 No. 17 Chalmers street.
SEWING MACHINE FOR $20.
rE MACHINE WELL STITCH, HEM, FELL, TUCK,
BRAID, Ac, BO simple that a child will easily man?
age it, i fi offered for sale, and can bo seen at No. ll Ma
zyck Btreet, No. 463 King street, and at
W. L. WEBB'S Crockery Store,
February 15 mwf 2mos No. 5 lia vue street
THOMAS P. RYAN,"
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NO. 1 COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
February 7 Gmo
C. S. JENKINS,
MEASURER AND INSPECTOR OF
TIMBER AND LUMBER,
OFFICE AT F. N. BRODIE'S,
West end of Broad Street,
Jaunary 22 tullis 2mos Charleston. S. C.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
CITY HILL, November 0,1H6G. J
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN T IE
Hurnl Districts and Waste Places of the City, un?
iter "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to thc City Couur.il of Charles'on to proceed in thc mat
tor of a Fire Loan, with u view io aid in building up the
City anew," ore hereby notified that the form of appli?
cation for loans can be obtained at the ofllce af the Clerk
of Council, bctwoenthe hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must be flied in the above mentioned
office, us tho Committee will meet every Monday to con
aider thc same.
By order of the Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November 10 _ Clerk of Council.
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orangeburg, S. C. Terms ?S2 per annum, in ad?
During the spring and fall seasons extra copies of tho
DRANGEBUUG NEWS will be circulated for tho benefit of
?mr advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the most liberal
terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
february 25_Orangeburg, S. C.
THE TRI-WEEKLY NEWS;
PUBLISHED IN WINNSBORO" S. C., AFFORDS A
profitable medium for thc advertising public ol
We respectfully solicit their patronage for our mutual
GAILLARD, DESPORTES A- WILLIAMS.
WnAyg?B^HO^ra^?? OR BEFORE THE 131H
??arcIIikl^S^?*i&AND PAINT THE ROOF OE
THE UPPER :Mjy&ifc-w
' i. ?^tfS5l?r^ WILLIAM KIRKWOOD,
Morell 9 _^/^r- Chief Clerk.
OFFICE CLERK OF COLTNCLTJ.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raiso Sup?
plies lor tlie year 1807," is published for ihe information
of persons scl'ing Goods hy sample or otherwise, who aro
not residonts ot this oity. All snch persoiiB aro hereby
notified to report at ?I?R office.
"Three dollar? on evory hundred dollurs of all goods
sold In this city by persons not residents, by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March ? Clerk of CounciL
DETECTIVE OFFICE, MARCH 7, 1807.
Parties having lost Overcoats, Huts, Ladies' Cloaks,
Chemise und Shirts,. will pl?aso call at this Office and
identify tho ?ame as early as possible.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
March 8 4 1st Lieut and Chief of Detectives.
ELECTION OF A CITY CIVIL ENGINEER.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
FEBBUABT 28, 1867. J
THU CITY COUNCIL WILL PROCEED AT ITS NEXT
Regular Meeting, to bo hold on thc 11th of March
next to an election fur a CITY CIVIL ENGINEER, un?
der the following Ordinance, which is published for in?
formation. Applicants will please name their sureties.
Bond required is for 55000.
Letters received up to 12 o'clock M., on the above men?
tioned da}-. W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
TO ESTABLISH AND REGULATE THE OFFICE OF
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER.
SEC. 1. Se it ordained by Ute Mayor and Aldermen oj
Charlexlan, in City Council assembled, and il is hereby or?
dained by the authority of the same. That an offico shall
be created to be called tho Office of City Civil Engineer,
and tho election of an Officer who shall bo skilled in Civil
Engincoring, Surveying, Architecture and Building, to
IUI tho same, shall be hold for tho first timo at the first
meeting of Council alter tho ratification of this Ordi?
nance, und tho expiration of tho usual notice, thereafter,
at tho regular timo of electing City officers by Council.
Said Officer so elected shall hold his office for four years,
and untilhis successor is elected and qualified, and shall
have snch power, and perform such duties os are heroin
prescribed, or as maybe hereafter prescribed, not incom?
patible with tho nature of his office.
SEC. 2. Thc said City Engineer may, upon assuming
the duties of his office, or at any timo during his
term of office, with tho consent of the Mayor, appoint an
Assistent Civil Engineer, to bc approved by the City
Council, who shall act under his directions and be re?
movable at his pleasure.
SEC. 3. Said Civil Engineer, before acting as such,
shall give bond and surety, to bc approved by Council,
in tho ponai mun of five thousand dollars, conditioned
for tho faithful performance of thc duties of his office;
and that he is not and will not whilst in offico, bo direct?
ly or indirectly concerned or Interested in any city con?
SEC. 1. Said Civil Engineer shall pr?vido a Skeleton
Map of tbo City, on such a scale as will admit full details,
and upon which bc shall locate all information which may
from time to time be obtained by him, or received into
his offioc, and shall as early as practicable provide a com?
pleto Topographical Map of tho City, showing such en?
virons as the probable growth of the City may hereafter
include. This Map to be on such a neale as to show the
width of strcots and sidewalks, the levels of all corners of
blocks with reference tornean low tide, tho directions of
proper drainage, and the true mode and means of such
drainage-both superficial and subterranean. All Unes
Of the City Boundary sud of streets, aud levels of streets
and drains, whonovor ascertained, shall bc marked upon
the ground by permanent memorials, and also bc localed
on the Map and duly recorded. Ho shall prepare
and lay before City CouncU plans and specifications or
all improvements which may be in contemplation,
together with an estimate ot the expenses of the samo.
And all applications for improvements made to the City
CouncU shall bo referred to said Engineer, who shall re?
port thereon. He shall roceivo proposals to do aU the
public work; and with tho aid and concurrence of the
Committee on Contracts, sholl decide upon thc samo and
make contracta therefor, subject to tho approval of tho
City CounciL He or his assistant shall superintend aU
the public works ordered by the City CouncU, and super?
intend the opening and closing up of the pubUc
drains to admit private drains, or for other purposes.
Lo shall inspect all materials used, or to bo UBOd in tho
construction or repairing of all public works of thc city,
and shaU reject ah such os m his opinion may be unsafe
or defective; and aU tho pubUc works to bo dono by tho
city shad be done under completely advised and matur?
ed plans and specifications, prepared by thc Engineer,
with thc concurrence of tho Committee on Contracts, and
to bo approved by tho City CouncU, and shall be carried
out under tho superintendence ot tho Engineer and his as?
sistant; and oil contracts shaU bo so mode that the City
Engineer shall direct tho work; and whenever, in bis
opinion, tho said work is not progressing in a manner
agreeable to the terms of thc contract ho shall cati it to
tho notice of tito Committee on Contracts, and, wit li their
consent, shall have power to suspend tho samo, and have
any unfaithful work removed and rebuilt at the expense
of the contractor, in accord.ir.ee with the terms of tho
contract Sureties in aU cases to bc furnished; and in
cases of failure of the party or parties of the second part
to carry out the work and complete the contract, tho
said Cl vii Engineer shall, with the approval of Council,
make new contracts to complete such work at tho expense
of tlie sureties for any amount the said work may cost
over and above the amount of original contract. And
no payment of money shaU be mado on any public work
until the Bald Engineer shah certify in writing that such
work bas been dono according to tho requirements of
SEO. 6. No contractor for city work or materials shall
receive any relief over and above his contract, unless
there sb auld be some unforeseen cause for granting such
relief, and then tho application must bo recommended
by the City Civil Engineer, and pass CouncU by a vote of
two-thirds of tho wholo Board.
SEC. ?. Said Civil Engineer shaU perform all Survey?
ing, Engineering, Architecture, or work relating there?
to, as ho may deem necessary, or as he may from time to
timo ho directed in writing by tho Mayor or Council.
SEC. 7. Said Civil Engineer shaU lay down, and have In
charge, a standard moasuro of fifty feet which shall be
authority, and govern in all cases of contested measure?
SEC. 8. The Engineer, or bis assistant, shall superin?
tend tho opening and closing up of aU the pubUc drams.
AU persons, companies, or corporations, intending to
open uny public drains, must give timely notice, so that
the Engineer can make ids arrangements; and uU parties
so applying shall bo required to pay a foe of ono dollar for
each cuse. Any party opening u public drain without
giving said notice of his intention so to do, shall be hobie
to a fine of twenty dollars.
SEC. 9. AU pipes for gas or water, or trackB for City
Railways, hereafter to bo laid, sha J bo laid in accordance
with the orders of said Engiucci so as to occupy that
portion of tho street which ho my direct
SEC. 10. Said City Engineer shaU bo tarnished with a
suitable office and instruments, either in the City Hall
or some other convenient location, which shall be kept
open during tho usual buainoBS hours. He shall therein
ho provided with tho necessary conveniences for record?
ing and keeping, and shall there keep carefully, as city
property, aU mups, plats, profiles, drawings, estimates,
books, instruments, and other things appertaining to
his office, and shaU keep therein, in convenient forms,
copies of aU papers and communications mado by him
to any department or office of thc city, true copies of all
contracts made through him, and also books of accounts,
showing all transactions relating to his office.
' SEC. ll. The said Civil Engineer and his assistant shall
perform all the duties now required of thc Surveyor of
the Upper and Lower Words, and thc ofllco of City Sur?
veyor, now existing, shall bo abolished as soon as sold
Engineer shall enter upon tho duties ot his offico.
SEC. 12. Tho said Civil Engineer shaU bo entitled to
charge private parties the foes which tho City Surveyors
are entitled to for the samo sondeo under existing Ordi?
nances, and all private parties applying to tho Civil En?
gineer for official information, or for reference to official
plats, drawings, documents or standard measure in his
office, sholl pay to said Engineer fees which shaU bo
established by City Council.
SEC. 13. Thc said Engineer shall receive, in addition
to his fees, a salary of two thousand dollars per annum,
payable monthly. Tho Assistant to tho Engineer shall
receive, in full compensation for his services, for BUCII
time as ho may bo employed, a salary ot tbo rate of one
thousand dollars por annum, payable monthly.
SEC. 14. That all Ordinances, and part of Ordinances,
repugnant to tho provisions herein contained, are hereby
Ratified in City Council, this twenty-sixth doy of Febru?
ary, lu tho year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
[L. 3.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clork of Council. _ 10 March 1
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, )
January 3, iai57. J
PUBLIC NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
thc following Ordinance licenses have boen prepared
for delivery from thiB Office. S. THOMAS,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled, That from bud after the first day
of January, licenses shall be taken ont for all coils, drays
und wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
tho sumo manner, and according to tho sumo provisions
now of force in relation lo carts, drays and wagous, let or
driven for biro, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall bo provided with u badge con?
taining the number thereof, und morked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the shalt.
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer os
surety to any bond under tho Ordiuonce couccruing 11
cciiHOH for carts, drays, wagons ond other carriages, un?
less ho or she bc a freeholder.
SEO. 3. Thc following shall hereafter be the rotes for
licenses for public and private curta, drays, wagons, ftc.,
including tho horses or mules used thereof, which shall
be free from other taxation:
roBUO CANTS, DRAYS, JUC, or. THOSE EJIPLOVED ra ANY
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB UUO DIRECT OB INDIRECT.
For every cart, dray or wogou, drawn by one horse or
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, S20.
For every back and carriage with lour wheels, $10.
For every stage or omnibus (except linc omnibus),
with two horses, $50.
For every etago or omnibus (except line omnibus),
drawn by four horses, SCO.
For every truck drawn oy two or moro horses or mules,
For every expresB wagon drawu by two or more horses
or mules, &G0.
11BEAU CARTS AND PRIVATE CABTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread curt or wagon, $5.
For every carl, dray or wagon, used for priv?te or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed in thc trans?
porting ol' goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly for tho samo, sholl poy for a license thc sum of
f 5, exclusive ol tho horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this loth day of January,
[L. 8.j iii thc year of our Lord one thousand eight huu
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By the Mayor.
January 3 W. II. SMITE, Clerk of CouncU.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
March 1.1807. J
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within thc city Uraits, who
hove not executed their bonds and token out the proper
cards to show that they have Recuse to sell, wiU be re?
ported os uo* complying with the law, alter Monday, 5th
Those who hove cards arc hereby notified to have thc
ROU t placed in a conspicuous pince in tho window. All
tailing to observe this notice will also bc reported, after
tho Bbovo-mcutioned time. W. n. SMITH,
March 2 Clerk ol' Council.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE C1T? ASSESSOR. 1
Cm- HALL, March 1,1?C7. J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO A LL "CONCERNED
that the Monthly Returns for tho month of Febru
ory past, in compliance with thc Tux Ordinance, ratified
ou the 28th day of December, 18116, must he made ou or
before tho 15th instant. D. C. GIBSON,
March 1 13 City Assessor.
Ol'FICE CHIEF F J RE D?PARIMENT, \ ~
CJIABLESTON, S. C., February 15,1807. I
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
undersigned until tho L'.th of March, for furnishing
SIXTEEN HUNDRED FEET OF THREE-INCH DOUBLE
EXTRA OAK TANNED LEATHER, DOUBLE COPPER
RIVETED FIRE HOSE, warranted to stand ono hundred
and seventy-live pouuds wal pressure to thc square
Inch, in fifty lett sections, at so much per foot, and so
much for brass butts per pair; butts to bc New York
Also for FO UR SETTS O^ BEST RUBBER SUCTION'S,
hi ono length each, of twenty-one feet, with swivel brass
butt?, and brass baskets, 1H indies long, to screw on end
nf --uclions, at so much per foot; baskets and butt? extra.
Sizes of suctions and number of threads to the inch for
the butts will he furnished. M. H. NATHAN,
February 15 Imo Chief Eire Department.
OFFICE OF CHIEF OF DETECTIVES
FEBRUARY 7, 18I?7.-Recovered ?iud now ut Ulis
?flice. - yards COTTON ROODS. Thc owner is re?
quested to conic forward aud prove property.
J. C. CAMPBELL,
February 8 Lieut, in charge.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
FIFTY OASES SUBSTANTIAL
SHOES-the prices are low-they
are oifered at RETAIL.
No. 137 MEETING STREBT,
March 9 2 UP STAPES.
DRY GOODS, ETC.
NO. Hi MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
rlVITE THE ATTENTION OP MERCHANTS TO
their Stock, which is entirely new, carefully selected,
and will be sold at a small advance on first cost, for cash
or short timo approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL.
W. T. BURGE.
0. A. BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION of tho former patrons of Mos sra. W. T. BURGE A
CO. to onr stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during the recent depression in
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
Marchi_2moB_' W. T.BURGE.
IN A FEW DAYS,
With an entire New Stock
OF THE LATEST IMPORTATION.
J. E. READ & CO.
No. 263 King street,
March 4 OPPOSITE BASEL.
CASSTMERES AND TWEEDS
IN LARGE VARIETY,
JUST RECEIVED AT
JAMES B. BETTS',
NO. 252 KING STREET.
March 5 ,_6
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.,
Nos. 32G, 328 and 330 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
INVITE THE PARTICULAR ATTENTION OP CASH
BUYERS (Jobbers and Retailers), to their stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. AU depart?
ments are complete in every respect, parri eula rly that of
DRESS GOODS, in which we are from day to day adding
the newest and choicest styles. Our stock consists of
DRESS GOODS PRINTS
Bleached Sheeting* Brown Sheetings -
Wc nilen Goods Yankee Notions
White Goods Embroideries
Gent's Furnishing Goods Hosiery
Millinery Goods Carpets, Ac., Ac.
All which we offer, at the lowest market prices, by the
package or piece. tuthal2 February 19
?VfW READY, AT FROM $18 TO $26 PER BUTT, ALL
J3i complete, and MADE AT HOME exclusively by
SOUTHERN HANDS TN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
S. C. The undersigned begs leave to inform his friends
that he ls receiving about 300 suits, made from English
material, and imported direct by HENRY TRENCHARD,
Esq, importer of British Woollens, No. 19 Exchange
street An carly call is requested by
WM. MATHIESSEN, Agent,
No. 219 King street between Market and Princess.
March 7 Imo
A. S. HULL, Ag't.,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SIDE. BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
where be will be glad to see his old friends and custom?
ers, and has in Btoro a full assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING, CASSTMERES and VESTINGS of every va?
ri oty, which he will make up to order at as low prices as
any similar establishment
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr & Co.),
will superintend the Tailoring Department as usual, and
will give his especial attention to Cutting Garments, and
Making and Trimming.
January 17 _ 3mos
SAILORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILD, No. 103 East Bay.
Decembor 24 _3mo
^PARKER & CHILI}"
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 103 EAST BAY STREET,
Decembor 21 3mo Under the American Hotel.
MRMT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 67, 69
and Cl, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 Gmo A. T. HAMILTON.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER EN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
January 23 6mos CHARLESTON, S. C.
TF YOU HAVE CHILLS AND FEVER, USE DR. C.
1 G. GARRISON'S FEYER AND AGUE CURE. It
is a perfectly sain and reliable remedy, a sure cure.
PricoSl per bottle.
For sale, wholesale and retail, at my store, No. 211
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
BOWIE & MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. 151 Meeting street opposite Charleston Hotel.
March 4 mthsfi
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FTATURES, GAS
FT'.'TING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
1ENPR? TO. No. 116 KING S'J'KEET,
August Hi Friwr-Pii or.ian ?ind urii?f>i' Erects.
ALARGE WEEKLY, Iii ISSUED EVERY THURS?
DAY, at S3 ? year, in advance. Advertisements
inserted at usual rates.
G. E. ELFORD,J p
NcvembcilS U. V. TOWNES, f MUOrf'
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
HAY, COEN, OATS, &c.
LANDING THIS DAT FROM SCHOONER
CHARLOTTE FISH, AT BROWN'S WHARF,
f)?r fi BALES HAY 1
?OVJ SOO bushels Com
300 bushels Oats.
AND IX STOKE
60 BBLS. MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
100 bbls. Flour-Soper, Extra and Family
60 boxes Adamantine Candles.
For Bale by KING k GIBBON,
No. 10 Gillon street, near the Old Poutofiice.
March 9_. 1
A A A TONS R, A. EGG COAL. FOR GRATES
??^Xj 130 tons R. A Nut Coal, for Stoves and Range?,
now landing from schooners Sydney Price and Fanny K.
Shaw, and for sale low while discharging.
March 9 4 Coal Yard No. 61 Market street
A A BBLS. VERY FINE ARTICLE BAW TAR-Hi
^fcU good order for shipment
Also a good selection of OAK and PINE WOOD, for
sale low. STFJNMEYER & SON,
March 9_2 Foot Bcaufain street
NEW CROP MOLASSES;
1 AA HODS. NEW CROP CUBA MOLASSES, JUST
JL\J \J received per bri? John Pierce, from Matanzas.
Landing this day, and for aale by
, J. A ENSLOW k CO.,
March 9_1 No. 141 East Bay.
WHISKEY ! WHISKEY !
KA BBLS HIGH PROOF BOURBON WHISKEY
0\J suitable for the trade
6 demijohns Superior Old Whiskey
6 bbls Old Rye Whiskey
15 cases Blackberry Brandy i
15 cases genuine "Otard, Dupuy k Co.'s" French
For salo low by ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner of Cumberland street .
March 9_ 2
CORN ! CORN ! AFOALT.
8000Brml?EL8 8TEICTLT PRIME YELLOW, IN
2000 bushels strictly prime White, in bags.
Now landing at Fraser'? Wharf,
For sale by BiAAC E. HERTZ k Co.,
No. 201 East Bay, corner Cumberland street
QA A BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, LAND
?l/U LNG from schooner "Charlotte Fish," or
Brown's Wharf, and for sale by
MarchO -2 ? JNQ. CAMPSEN k CO.
PRIME MILLING CORN IN BULK
>7 A A A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MILLING CORN
I vvU in bulk, per schooner "Addie M. Bird," on.
For sal? by JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.,
March 9 3 No. 14 Market, opposite State street
CORN ! OATS ! FLOUR ;
LANDING AND IN STORE. .
1 A AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE AND YEL
7 10,000 bushels Prime Oats -..
500 barrels Extra, Super and Middling Flour.
BLACK 8 EED OATS I SEED CORN X
700 bushels of the celebrated PRINCE EDWARD
ISLAND BLACK SEED OATS
1000 bushels Prime White Corn for seed.
ALSO TO ARRIVE
Per schooner A. M. Bird, daily exp ccted
7000 bushels Prime WHITE CORN in bulk.
For Bale by JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
March 8 , 2 No. 14 Market street, : opposite State.
BACON AND FLOUR. "
WEEDS. PRIME SIDES AND SHOULDERS
60 bbls. Extra Baltimore Flour
20 bbls. Prime Florida Molasses.
Just received and for sale by
T. TUPPER & S ONS," '
March 8_3_ Brown's Wharf.
AT &I0.50 PER TON DELIVERED
O A A T0NS BE9T BED ASR COAL, fEGG SIZE)*
iJUv landing ex schooner Richard Vaux, and for
sale by - CHISOLM BROTHERS, "
Marchs 2 EastiBay, cornerAdger'a Wharf.'
SIDES, SHOULDERS, PORK,
HAMS, BREAKFAST BACON, die.,
?)A BHDS. STRICTLY PRIME SIDES
15 hhds. Prime Shoulders
100 barrels Prime Meas Pork
60 barrels Prime Pork
10,000 pounds Long Clear Sides
10,000 pounds Bulk Sides
25 barrels Breakfast Bacon
40bags Rio Coffee ? . ... .
260 barrels Extra, Super artd pine Flour. .
TO ABBIVZ BX SCHB. THOMAS T. TASKER. -
68 hhds. Prime CLEAR RIBBED SIDES
20 hhds. Prime Shoulden.
TO ARRIVE BX STEAMER EVEBMAK
25 hhds. Prime SHOULDERS
20 hhds. Prime G. R. Slues ;
27 boxes Choice Sugar-Cured Hams ?
20 boxes Prime Ribbed Sides
16 boxes Prime Shoulders .
30 barrels Choice Breakfast Bacon
25 barrels choice S. C. Hams
600 boxes Scaled Herrings.
For sale low by 'JEFFORDS * CO., -
March 7_3__No. 27 Vendue Range.
LIVERPOOL COARSE SALT.
rf EXTRA SIZED, PATENT SEAMLESS DOUBLE
TWILLED and Bleached Sacks, and in fine order.
For sale by C. N. HUBERT,
March 8_3_No. 139 East Bay.
NEW CROP MOLASSES.
ft ? BARRELS VERY CHOICE NEW CROP MO
XjO LASSES, weU suited to city trade.
Just received, and for sale by
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
March 8 _
1 ? A BAGS PRLME NEW CROP RIO COFFEE.
X\D\J For sale by MORDECAI A CO.
March 7_ 4
1 A A BAGS PRLME LAGUAYRA COFFEE. FOR
1UU sale by MORDECAI*. CO.
PATTON'S WHARF, EAST END OF HASEL STREET,
is now OPEN FOR BUSLNfcSS, where DOCKAGE,
WHARFAGE AND STORAGE can bo had on moderate
terms. Apply to A. W. LA NN EAU,
On the Wharf,
Or THOMAS J. KERR,
March 4 _(5_ Kerr's Wharf^
SUGAR AND MOLASSES. ,
QA H--113- ?00D GROCERY SUGARS
OU 17 hhds Superior Grocery Sugars
20 tierce" Fair Grocery Sugars
60 hhds. Choice New Crop Clayed Molasses
40 hhds. Choice New Crop Muscovado Molasses
77 tierces Choice New Crop Muscovado Molasses
60 bbls. Choice New Crop Muscovado Molasses.
Now landing ex schooner "Mary White" from Carde?
nas, and for sale low in lots to suit, by
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
FINE WINES, BRIMIN, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KINGST.,
OPPOSITE HASEL. \
MR. EVERT E. BEDFOBD, THE MANAGER OF
THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to the customers and patrons for their liberal
patronage and appreciation of tho quality or goods pur?
chased by t . in during the past year. It has been, and
always wiU cur aim, to PLEASt? OUR CUSTOMERS,
and as we crt or sale the first quality of all kinds of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc., wo flatter ourselves
that, with our facilities, can give general satisfaction
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assis* m
the management, would bo pleased to see his friends at
No. 269, assuring them that all goods pureba-' c i are
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELL ARE IMPORTKD MBEGT BY W. S.
CORWLN & CO., and pass thror^Q no oUier ]lan(jBt en.
abling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AXD
UNADULTERATED, but tQ sell at tho following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON...V.52 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON*.1 60 to 1 75
FLNEST GUNPOWDER. 2 25
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST..2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST.1 60
CHOICEST OOLONG. 2 00
CHOICE OOLONG. 1 50
We keep, also, a supply of cbevper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at il 50
Just received, a new supplv of OLD JAVA COFFEE,
46c; PAKCHED, 60c.; GROUND, 52c; OLD RIO, 35c.
The PARCHED COFFEE we represent to be ol tho
FIRST QUALITY, parched by us with great care. A trial
of these Coffees, Green, Parched and Ground, will con?
vince the consumer on that point
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYRA.
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended to by
ono of thc Managers. Goods delivered to all parts of the
city FREE OF CHARGE.
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER will arrive on
Tuesday. 3mo _ February 4
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TT7TLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
VV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A R. OHISOIM
KAMPAUX, LAIM & CO.,
Choice Family Groceries,
No. 66 MARKET-ST,
FOUR DOORS EAST OF MEETING,-Charleston, S. C..
GOODS PURCHASED OF US DELIVERED TO
ANY PORTION of the City Free of Charge.
February 19 tuthsimos.