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?MSLET BA?L? NEWS,
G. R. CATHCAJIT. EDITOII
CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,
Nt 18 HAYNE STREET.
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BAILY-1 BREE MONTHS. 8.50 I
TO SEWS DEALERS_J...........'...'....Scents |
Cotton closed in New York firmer at 29 J for Mid?
dling Uplands, and at 13d in Liverpool.
Gold close a at 34$.
Very fine leather is now manufactured at San
A proposition has gained favor in Virg
make produce a legal tender.
A revolutionary mother in Westfield, N^f., cele?
brated thc birthday of WASHINGTON, ana the hun?
dredth anniversary of her own birth.
The total loss by fire during january, 1867, with?
in the umita of tho United States, was $4,013.000;
and total loss in February was $4,405,000.
A slave in Brazil has carved a statute of Cupid,
for which he has won the national medal for thc
best work of sculpture, and received his liberty.
Fros IX, the Pope, ia the two hundred and fifty
seventh Pontiff who has Bat in the Papal chair. He
is now in his seventy-sixth year, and bas been for
twonty-one years tho Pope.
It has been calculated that in Britain a salmon
represents a value equivalent to that of a good
sized sheep, without imposing on any one the
trouble of housing and feeding.
The New York Herald has again "swung round
?he enrole," and now nominates, as a means for "a
great settlement," General U. S. GRANT for Presi?
dent, and General B. E. LEE for vice-President.
A Texas planter recently went on to Washington J
and hired fifty freedmen. The Government j
paid all the expenses of their transportation. This 1
may bo a useful hint to others in sections where
labor is acareo.
The larger plantations in Louisiana aie planted
in sugar ; the smaller ones- in cotton.. More rice
Will be raised this year than formerly. . The freed?
men' command higher wages-fifteen dollars a
month and rations.
New Jersey gives each of her soldiers a testi?
monial in the shape of an engraving, comprising a
likeness of Governor WASP, throe war pictures,
and a series of resolutions with a letter from the
Governor in ornamental script.
Gen. B. E. LEE writes to a friend in Louisiana :
"I am glad to inform you that Washington Col?
lege* ia progressing as well as could be expected.
We have now three hundred and forty academic
students, and twenty-five in the law class, with an
able carps of teachers."
The beet sugar enterprise has proved a snccess
in Chatsworth, Livingston County, Illinois. Four
thousand tons of beets - were raised last year on
four hundred acres of prairie land, at a cost of
four dollars a ton, yielding 400,000 pounds of re?
The Gazelle de France publishes statistics re?
specting the provincial press, from which it appears
that there are two hundred and sixty-seven country
papers in France. Out of that number, only fifty?
one are independent ; ali the rest aro more or less
.in the dependency of the Government.
The latest version of the Pope's epigrammatic
description of his distinguished English visitors is
Hus: "Lord CLARENDON I liked and understood.
Mr. .GLADSTONE I liked, but couldn't understand.
The Duke of Argyle I understood, but didn't like,
lord BUSSELL I didn't like, and didn't under?
stand." '? , ^
General MANSFIELD, Adjutant-General of Indi?
ana, in his report to tho Legislature cn tho conch-,
lion of tile State militia, says it consists at present
jof a major-general, li-tenant IT-??BIBTV-T?~~MTT
^^?^^^Jg^S^f^mlt^; ?id l-R recom
Gp^aBsage-of amilitia law that will add
BSPnipesition will come before the Missouri^}
HBgn?ntur? in a day or two to sell tho Missouri
raT?acific Railroad for tiree minions of dollars, it be
H'jng understood that responsible parties aro ready
y io give that amount fer it. SL Louis city and
county own a large portion of the stock of the
road, and it is -urged that they should have the
first opportunity to buy lt.
The Virginia and Tonnessoe Valley has just been
visited with tho heaviest freshet that has occurred
within the memory of the oldest inhabitant. The
whole valley from Lynchburg to Chattanooga has
"been swept by the swollen streams. The Virginia
and Tennessee Railroad is badly dr. ma ged at this
point, and two bridges on the East Tennessee and
Virginia Railroad arc gone.
In London a large bill-posting firm has offered
the English Government $70,000 in gold a'year for
the privilege of using the fence around Hyde Park
for advertising purposes. In America, as an evi?
dence of the effect of advertising on the public, it
is said that when a citizen of New York recently
advertised for a wife, he received about eighteen
hundred answers from husbands, saying he could
The United States authorities have decided to
return .the "Jeff. Davis'' mansion to the city cf
'Richmond, and as the "Southern Orphan Associa?
tion" is thereby prevented from complying with
the contract made with the holders of certificates
in their proposed gift enterprise, the agents have
boen notified to discontinue the -sale of certificates
?H further ordered, and to refund tho .money for
thoee already sold by them. ?
Mr. GEOHOE PEABODY, intending soon to leave
for England, informs those who have written to
"him' asking loans of money, subscriptions to
churches, public charities, Ac., or assistance for
themselves or others, that the great number of
these communications has rendered it impossible
for bim to read or answer, or even to open them
in person. These letters, amounting to nearly
four thousand' have been burned in his presence
Somebody has been reading in a scientific journal
an account of a curious and recent invention de?
signed to catch safe burglars. The depredator no
sooner commences, in perfect ignorance of the se?
cret arrangements, to force open the door, drill
toe lock, or move the safe, - than by so doing he
sends a telegraphic dispatch to the nearest police'
office, exhibiting the number registered in tue _
police booka of the house in which the robbery is;]
The grave'of the Revolutionary hero, General!
"fjfluai, PUTNAM, at Brooklyn, Conn., is neglected:!
and in danger of being; forgotten. The tablet ?
which formerly marked it is now locked up in a
?store of DANIEL P. T?LEU at that place, that visi?
tors may be prevented from chopping-it to pieces.
Some years ago the State made an appropriation
to erect a monument to General PUTNAM, on con?
dition that the people of "Windham county raised
an equal amormt, which they failed to do.
The Edinburgh Courant is authority for the fol?
lowing statement in regard to Queen VICTORIA as
sn author : "The preface to the collected speeches
?if the late Prince Consort, if not actually written
"try her Majesty, was at least 'inspired' by her, and
"her reputation for literary skill has on several oc?
casions given grounds to reports that her Majesty
"has intended that hor name should be included in
the roll of 'royal authors.' A rumor of this kind
ts again current, and we understand that it ia very,
ganarally believed that her Majesty is' actually pre?
paring a book of her own composition for the
The Washington Chronicle suggests that each
State shall provide, in Washington, residences for
Sta Senators and Representatives, tho expenses of
grounds, buildings and the like being borne by tho
?State., "Would it not be a simpler-mode for Con?
gressmen to vote themselves money enough out of
the United States Treasury to pay for residences ?
"What's the difficulty ? The members of the last
Congress roted themselves a bounty each of $4000,
why may not the present members vote themselves
$40,000andporohase residences? No harm in a
veto If it should come; Congress is the Govern?
ment, and the Government is omnipotent.
The London Lancet has some gratifying intelli?
gence for the fair wearers of "chignons.^ The
taise "hair used for these beautiful (?) excrescences
is mostly obtained from the poorer Russian
peasants, and in 70 per cont, of this hair is found,
mya M. LnrDEMANU, a Russian Professor, ?
parasite, to which he gives the name of gregarino.
These parasite!) have a moat ignoble anoeatry and
Habitation, being found In the interior of the
pcdlcultts capitis! They We not easily destroyed.
They resist the effects of drying, and even of.
3>oihng._ Acids, oTkalieB, ether and other agente
.would kill them; bat these would "be injurious to
/the hair, ?nd so cannot be used. The atmosphere
of a ball room is most favorablo for the develop
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The BAIL?
NEWS publishes the Official l?s? of. Let?
ters remaining in thc Postoffice .at thc.end
of each iceek, agreeably to th? foUoioing
section of the New Postoffice Lav;, as the j
newspaper having the largest circulation in '
the Oily of Charleston:
SECTION fi. And be it further enacted. That lists ot lot- !
tere remaining uncalled for in any Post?nico in any city, I
town or village, where a newspaper shall be printed,
shall hereafter be publishers once only in tho newspaper I
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of tho said
OS" Ail communications intended for publication in
Ulis journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 B?yne-street, CharieslonJS. C.
Business Communications to Publisher af Daity
We cannot undertake lo return refected communica
Advertisements outside of Hie eily must be accompa?
nied wiili the cash.
" TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1867.
. THOSE of onj^Feaders who aro acquainted with
his nam^Kowlodgo, and fine literary attain
monJ^TOlbe pleased to learn that the Hon. WIL
j^T?ENitY TEES COT has agreed, for a time, to
mtributo regularly to our editorial columns.
TIGS MILITARY KILL.
Tho passage of tho supplemental Bili reported
from theJudioiary Committee of the Senate w?j
relieve us of tho necessity of any discussion as to
what action tho government of the State should
take in tho execution of the Military BUL When
passed, and.the indications are that it will be very
soon, it makes it the duty of tho Brigadier General
commanding the Department to establish a register
of legal voters, to provide the necessary machinery
for such registration, to issuo a call for a Conven?
tion, and to regulate the details of the olection for
that body. TOOBO powers may be delegated to tho
Provisional Governor, but it ia not worth while Sow
to anticipate wbothor h$ Bhonld accept them.
This will, of course, depend very much upon the
relations between tho Military Commander and the
Governor, and, in this State, we can safely leave
the decision, should it ever become necessary, to
tho intelligence and patriotism of our present
But while the State Government is thug relieved
'from any participation in the legislation necessary
'to corry out the provisions of the Military Bill, it
is now clear to our people that the alternative of
ting and acquiescing in a Military Govern
tem, is taCl'll away, and that by the first oeptenw
'ber at f axtn?St, w? Will be forgea TS reto?strrgnge
political comee of this state from ita lowest Torrn
dations. 5 there aro tnoso'w?'oTtlelflaS themselves
with tho hope that this sacrifice can be avoided ;
?hat the Supremo Court will be found an altar of
ofuge to which we can escape from the persecu
ion of a powerful and resolute conqueror, we will
not attempt to disturb the delusion. Time will
cruelly correct it. It was once held in this State,
that upon all the great questions of the polit?
ical relations of the Federal Government and
tho States, the Brrarjame Court had no right
to pass judgment, and" we will fina that one,
at least, of our articles of State Sovereignty
has become incorporated into the constitu?
tional theory of the country. And if it
wore not so, we have yet to see an occasion in
which the judicial authority of any government has
ventured to array itself against any policy which
the supreme political power of that country has de?
clared to be necessary for its interest. As between
the Government and the individual, to the honor
of the Magistracy be it said, that they have never
hesitated to vindicate the independence of the ju?
diciary, and to do right to thc citizen. And it may
be that in the military provisions of this Bill there
aro powers which the Supreme Court might feel
authorized, to limit, or to abrogate, but on the
great principle of the Bill, the right of Congress
to prescribe the mode of restoration of the unre?
presented States, and the terms which may be im?
posed in the exercise of that right, the Supreme
Court will never undertake to pass ila solemn judg?
f The sacrifice which we are called on to make ia
indeed a great one-Treater, we may say^rt^out
i^a?^ei?&i%'tnan has"5v?r"t^?n i?rced upon a
people. But it is of the last importance for
to understand its extent, to see how far it is
the necessary consequence, of our failure, and
whether the elements of even this radical change
-^^ .r^-^^frrillnd for grnv1.- Sincejthe.formation Or
the Constitution the population of the South has
bean divided into two classes-the free white and
colorod slave population. For all political pur?
poses, except to add to the Southern representa?
tion in Congress, this latter population had really
no existence. Tho relation between them and
their masters influenced the social habits and the
tocal laws of the Stetos in which they lived, but
their presence hod no effect whatever upon those
great principles of civil right which determine the
character of a national-government. That this is
so, is evident from the fact that the great mass of
the owners of these slaves-the political population
of the South-have always been in party affiliation
with the Democrats of the North; that is to' say,
the perfect political sympathy between the North?
ern people and the white Southern political popula?
tion was in no way curiturbod by the presence of
theso slaves. Upon alt questions of constitntional
right of the character1 and extent of Federal pow?
er, of State sovereignty, of the prerogarive of the
citizen as to life, liberty and person, and upon
most questions of mere policy, the'slaveholders
and the non-slave-holders of the United States
could and did think and act together. Now, in
what way. does the emancipation of the, slave, with
a consequent ngnt QI snflrage. affect this relation?'
What hew o?anse does it add to the fieraaUgB^Tt
What right does it take away from the free white
mlimwhieh he fornierlyTRSgaiiBaedV What new
pohfical elemonj. does.it add to those constituents
whren naya n?ftiqrto cone to make'rm what ts
kn?wn OS tb?" h-mKnfxn avatom Jil : UlVfgggmn?*
Our readers must bear m mind that we are not
discussing now the effect of this change apon
our social habits, our local laws, nor. our rela?
tive strength as compared with other States,
but simply this question-Does "tbn ernnT[oiTm
fa'on. of the slave, with the ngnt ot sufifragejfri
"iyj^fopai'Eprinciple,; alter the Constitution
of the United States V"~*ff we Baff ourselves*
maq?~thi8 change, if we had, "by Btate laws,
conferred this right of suffrage, does any one
for an instant suppose that we would have
considered such a change a revolution ? Indeed, -
if such a change could have lWn gradually effect?
ed by the means of a nrc^imrtvgnalnieation. negro.
suffrage would have become a fact without "?ven
attracting attention. What wo mean then is this :
='0 fcj~1ll?ilhil!!l^^ United Stetig
anrfall relations and rights o? SlSSe^rrT?^rvtfra
torar?_coEc'?ruud, ??grjg'ftaljanlv tho odaTtioi. of
rw?rks no changea, creates no new rigr^?T^o^rlia-.
karns not"Sn? -arfaTcrpl?r"We maybe inisteken.
pbTw? think it of great importance that our people
fully comprehend thia fact in all its consequences,
because it will enable us the more readily and the
more successfully to meet the real difficulties and '
dangers which thia change threatens.
When at tho close of this war, the conventions
of the Southern States gave effect to the emanci?
pation proclamation of Lincoln by their respective
ordinances, four million, of people, formerly
slaves, were declared free, and by consequent leg?
islation were placed oh a footing of orril equality
with their former masters. Their rights of per?
son and property were respected, their marriages
declared valid, their contracta made bmding, their
wills lawful. They were given the right to form
associations among themselves to hold public
meetings, to petition the legislature, to agitate
and to bo agitated. They wera taxed for the sup?
port of the Government of which .they were made ?
citizens. It was clear that snob a mass of people,
with such rights and with the perpetual discos- ?
01011 of such rights by public opinion abroad, the
Influence of which could not be excluded, could not
bo held in a condition of perpetual tutelage. The
public mind of the South, waa, wo think, prepare d
for the gradual admission of these people .to politi?
cal rights. . A system of qualified suffrage, embra?
cing the requirements both of property and intelli?
gence, and which would have made thia right the
reward of industry, thrift and honesty, would have
met no violent and periatent opposition at the j
South. But before a diHcussion of thia subject
could d?velopeI Southern feeling and opfauon, thia
BDI has precluded all opportunity for the tempor?
al achievement of a sure and safe result, and has. |
?iven the right of suffrage to ?very mole -in the
3tate who ia over twenty-one years of age; and Who
bas resided twelve months within its Kreits, what
ire tho conseqc enees and what ara the dangers of '
his legislation, are the questions we propose to
lia cuss. ; ?'? . y' ? ' ; ; ? ? ?
KORIE CONS'? SS'tPSSOSAX, '. ?BOE?TOiTEBPTS.
The Oonstitation bf the United States, "th e
?alladium Of OUT' Liberties," as the Fourth of
Inly oraton were wont endearingly torefer to that
nstmmcnt, eecraa to_hjjyo been badly shatterod
7 tho events of the patt half ? dozen jean
Doctors innumerable have tried their hands at
renovating and arnon dang thia said Constitution. I
The Abolition of Slaven- Amendment was adopted
unanimously; tho Howard Amendment, "Article
XIV.," also bids fair, oro long, to become engrafted
upon the original corpus; but it is not yet consid?
ered strong enough to stand the buffetings of
Radical aggression. The changed political atmos?
phere is still too much for the old Constitution,
"as thus amonded," md further doctoring is
deemed necessary. Wo fear, amid tho quilted
patchwork, that will shortly pass und'<r the name
of tho Constitution of tho United States, ihe origi?
nal instrument will no longer bo recognizable.
Mr. HENDERSON, on Wednesday last, introduced
a Joint resolution in the United States Senate, pro?
posing an amendment to tho Constitution of the
United States, that no State shall deny or abridge
to its citizens the right to hold'office on account of
race or color.
Now, in our humble opinion, the fundamental
law of the land should bo encumbered as little as
possible with unnecessary enactments; otherwise
it must lose much of its force. Tho first section
of Article XIV., shortly expected to become an in?
tegral part of the Constitution, was doubtless
meant to embrace what is here proposed as sn ad?
ditional graft. We havo heard of Constitutions
before now that were in danger of being ruined by
TTJANTED UIMKDIATKLY, COPIES OF
VV the '-CHARLESTON DAILY COURIER" from
February 10th, I860, to April loth, 18G0 (inclusivo), to
complete tho set on file in Charleston Library. Partios
having a complete file, or several single numbers, are re?
quested to send their terms to mo os soon as possible.
WM. O. MAZYCK, Librarian C. L. 8.,
Northwest corner Broad and Church streets.
WASTED, A IVO Bl A ur TO WASH; ALSO
A WOMAN to mind a child and do sewing; must
como well recommended. Apply at No. SI WENT
WORTH STREET._1*_March 12
WANTED-A FEW HORE WHITE MEN,
to work on a plantation near the city. Place very
healthy-great inducements offered. Apply st No. 68
TRAPP STREET._ruths_March 13
WARTED, A SITUATION BY A RESPEC?
TABLE White Girt to Cook and Wash. Apply
corner of MOES?S end ST. PHILLIP STREETS, Nc ICS.
WANTED, BY AN EXPERIENCED SEA
COTTON PLANTER, a situation as Superinten?
dent of a plantation. Apply-to GAILLARD & MINOTT,
No. 22 Agger's Wharf._2_March ll
WANTED_TWO ROOMS IN LOWER
part of the city. Address "C." News Office.
March ll - - 3
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CHILD'S
NURSE OR HOUSE SERVANT, by a respectable
white woman. Apply at No. 88 TRADD STREET.
AGENTS WASTED FOR. THE LIFE AND
CAMPAIGNS OF .
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE.
Br Jas. D. MCCABE, Jr., of Va.
Send for Circulars and see bur terms, and a foll de
scription of tho work. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH?
ING CO., corner 7 th and Main B toots, Richmond, Va.
February 14 Imo* '
AWIDOW LADY. WISHES A SITUATION
in some respectable family. Di capable of doing any
kind of Sewing. Any one desiring such a one will
please make application at this office.
TO REST, TWO OR THREE PLEASANT
BOOMS, in the western portion of the city, with or
without board. Apply at Doctors RODAL & LYN AH,
comer of Market and King streets.
March Ul tuths3?
TO REST, A BRICK RE S IDE .VC-ii UF g
rooms in Elizabeth street, opposltei*ieaz4cna street.
March 12 1 R. M. MA .-.-.HAIL & BRO.
npO BENT, A COMPORTABLE DWELLING,
_L with all necessary appurtenances, at No. M Beanfain
street. Inquire at No. 27S King street.
January 6 stn th
TO RENT, A BUTTE OF ROOMS, WITH
Pantry and Kitchen attached. Apply st the Drug
Store, No. 131 Meeting street. . 3 . March 0
rpo RENT. THE COMMODIOUS THREE
A STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 68 Trodd street;
has 12 square rooms, dining rooms, pantry, pump, cis?
tern, cook sad wash ' kitchens, carriage house and
stables, together with ample servants' accommodations;
gas fixtures throughout For terms, kc, apply to J. C.
?M-AWHWAr.r. Ko. 60 Trodd street. March 8
_ THE HOUSE corner Vand erh?ret and King streets.
There is a large hau and 19 rooms, with a good cistern,
two-story brick kitchen and outbuildings. It is well
adapted, for a Boardtng-Housc or School. Possession can
be bsd oi> the loth inst. For terms, apply at AIMARAS
DRUG STORE; coiner Vsnderhorst and King streets.
March 8 4
SST, POUR ROOMS, WITH KITCH?
EN, over our office. No. 27 Broad street
SMITH k MCGILLIVRAY.
Real Estate Agente, No. 27 Broad street.
March 7 . .._
rpo RENT.-A THREE 8TORY BRICK
1 bouse in George street, two doors east of Coming
street. Apply to FRANCIS LANCE, Coining street, near
Wentworth. March 1
rnO RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
X delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street. For
I particulars, address B.F.,-Daily News Office.
BOARD-TRANSIENT AND PERMANENT
BOARDING can be obtained at low rates, by apply
I lng at Na .95 BROAD. STREET, near King.
March 13 . _,- _6_
BOARDING.-TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good Board and a
I pleasant room, on application at No. so CHURCH
I STREET, west side, near Trodd.
A few DAY BOARDERS con also be accommodated.
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A FEW BOARD.
I ER? can be accommodated ot No. 92 KENO STREET,
east Bide, near Broad. A few Day Boarders can bo ac?
commodated. . January ai
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rrUJE FTRM OP 0. C. WIGHTMAN & CO. IS DI8
_i_ SOLVED THIS DAY, 1st March, 1867. Parties in?
debted to the late firm will make payment to O. O.
WIGHTMAN, who is alone authorized to receive pay
mente and settle the indebtedness of the some.
- \ sr ILL CONTINUE .THE BUSINESS - AT THE OLD
i W STAND, QUEEN STREET, NEAR MEETING, on
his own account C. C. WIGHTMAN.
Marchi, 1867. ? ftns_March 1
ra UL? COPARTNERSHIP OF CAMERON, BARKLEY
JL & CO. U this day dissolved by the withdrawal of
i Captain FENN PECK.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
R. C. BARKLEY.
Charleston, 6th March, 1867.
I*/ILL CONTINUE THE RAILROAD AND STEAM
VV BOAT SUPPLY BUSINESS, under the name of
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO., at the old stand, corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
R. C. BARKLEY.
-Charleston, 6th March, 1867.
THTBOM THE FIRM OF CAMERON. BARKLEY & CO..
JU I take the opportunity o'? soliciting in their behalf
I the patronage of my friends and tho public
(Signed) FENN PECK.
Charleston, 6th March. 1867. . Imo March 7
JH. HAPPOLDT HAS REMOVED HIS GUN ES
? tahlUlhmentto No. 119 MEETING STREET (near
Market), where he wffl continue to manufacture and im?
port to order. Doubla Guns, Rifles and Pistols.- Repair?
ing and re-stocking executed in his usual stylo. A supply
af Guns, Ac., always on hand.
March 6 ' Imo?
I SOUTHERN 1MB GOMM,
O?Bee-No. 147 Meeting street.
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
and Yaloables. . ,.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
. TO ANT POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10_Angosta. Gs.
A SURE CURE FOB THE PILES, PUT UP LN
jfx- PACKAGES of 1000 pieces.
Price 60 cents. For sale by
February IS Imo ? ? No. 59 BROAD STREET. -
3350 FOR A MONTH I
IS TBE TUNE THAT BARLOW, TBE OLD OPERA
TOR, ls catering to, at the OLD STAR GALLERY.
?here lie wm elva his attention te ?a curing the shadow
ero tho substance fades-eiipeciaUy the OIL and PORCE?
LAIN POETRArrs, of which competition ia doited. Spat,
cirnons con be seen, taken from lifo, and small pictures
enlarged at the Qanerr, southrawi corner King and Mar?
ket streets, Charleston. . ; _February M
FBANCiS B.L?E, .
ABcmracT A:,D ENGINEER,
HA.VX.4G RETURNED TU-' THE CITY, HAT BE
found at Us Office, LAW RANGE, Broad street.
Marcha , . '1110?'
o Xi. B. LOVEGREEN.
" " _ " Secretary c. C.. No. 1. R. A. M.
Tho arrear list wtl! bo read. 1 March 12
SOUTH CAROLINA fHll I Il T . i" ? 11 -117
^ETYwffl be held TA? rwninyTaHHiikinst., at No.
810 Meeting street, at 8 o'clock prccnlrllte^omccrs
f y ordor of the President.- V IllscrflS^
Marc?12 **_Permanent Sec'y and TrcasT*^
T^L?^H?^P MOM?HLY MEETING OF THIS
??L,8tW?t?,wl??0llela ?? at 7 o'clock, in
SrSwi \ Tho Comndttee on LeWs h?vto??j>
P?^?SB?^ persons5 will
Marchi I J?HNMCMAfe^ary.
LADIES' FTEL SOCIETY.
^^^SEGULAB MONDILLY MEETING OF THE
rh?i?^LC!^??f1S??ie?y,,':H.bon(lld ot 010 Depository,
Chalmers1 street, Thu Ddy?Zh<? 12th inst., at 1 o'clock.
. SURVIVORS'- ASSOCIATION. *"
mHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
JL Association will be boM at Market Mall. This Eve?
ning, at half-past. 7 o'clock,
By order of the Pre??lent
"_. ," j, t*. E. CHICHESTER,
. "m 105TH ANNIVERSARY.
TTUIE ONE HUNDREBlAND FIFTH ANNIVERSARY
JL ot this Society will TM celebrated on To-Morrow, 13th
March ensuing, at MasOrAfrHalL
A mooting for the transaction of business and tho
election of officers will behold between tho hours of 12
M.and SF. IL f
The Society win dine tfecther at 4 P. M
" , ," " .rt. CAMPBELL DOUGLAS,
Mardi 12 - th2 tnjy2_Secretary
_ CITY" COUNCIL.
rpHE REGULAR MEJgniG WILL BE HELD TN
A. Council Chamber,TTas Day, at 6 o 'clock P M
M-.~>, 10 i' ^ H- SMITH,
March 12_jj ._Clerk of Council.
ELECTION OF A Crr V l l VII. ENGINEER.'
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
mHE CITY COUNCTLjiviLL PROCEED AT ITS NEXT
JL Regular Mooting, to be held This Dav. March 12
to au election, for a CT?Y CIVIL ENGINEER. Applil
fa5ts?TSl,pleaBe nam* their sureties. Bond required
ls cor S5000. i.
Letters received up ?aa o'clock M, on tho above men?
tioned day. ^r*- W. H. SMITH,
March 13_Clerk of Council.
STOCKHOISERS' ME ETI A'Ct.
fTTHE STOOKHOLDEjtS OF THE GRANTTEvTLLE
JL Manufacturing Cosipany aro hereby notified that a
Meeting is called, to tatt placo at Granlteville, on TAtirj
day, tho 18th April nertjot 10 o'clock A. M. Stockhold?
ers are earnestly requemad to attend In person, if possi?
ble, as matters of vltalipportance to the Company will
be presented for their c iialderation.
The first; Thursday^ftor the third Monday in April,
walch-was tho day olJbCL annual meetings for soveral
yeera past, was chango* to the 17th July at the kalan?
na meeting As the . Annual Report will be presented
^ *? Stockholdors onUho 18ih April, that day may bo
substituted for tho ropdar annual meeting In July
_ . A, "W~ WILLIAM GREGG,
February 22 .,?',ftn President.
A<"" ???"ated yrfurlS??h^corporato llm-ta of tho town of
?. c;-The roslf enc? is largo and commodious,
SS?yfif7^?01^011^1"1 "replaces; piazzas ?re
attached to the first and second stories, with all the con?
veniences necessary iq a complete residence. Tho
grounds are handsome!; laid out with Evergreens, Roses
Sc, and tho vegetable garden very ample. The outbuild?
ings, servants'houseij. stables, ?tc, aro all in complete
order. The Farm consists of about fifty acres of fine
planting land. 5|,
This property, now tho residenc of Mrs. M M.
Schwartz, is offered for sale at a reasonable price, and on
accommwiatlng tenn?; for the purpose of division among
the heirs of taehvtoioeo. Parrott. The entu-o frirnitnre
ol tho house and premisos u ay be purchased with the
, Address S" W. S. WALKER,
,_ i . . CT W. G. MOOD,
February 22 ?,l Executors Estate Geo. Parrott.
FOR SALE, THAT TWO ANO A HALF
STORY WOODEN HOUSE known as No. 1 South
street, near America, containing four square rooms,
basements, tx. Tkfc??t ia high and dry, and the build?
ing now, and in compl?te order. On tn? oremises ls a
good cistern and wcli of water.
For terms, Sc, ap;hj to B. A & J. F. EARLY,
January 22 - tnth ._No. IS Boyce's Wharf.
FOR SAl^. 'TWENTY LARGE, EAT.
?and6-year old broke MULES; and THIRTY 3
tol*W^CAltT0^0atM1Ua H0aSe ^^ff*
T??^?ALE. A SCHOLARS ll If IN A PHYLA
J-, DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery
Thia Scholarship entitles students to foll instruction un?
til graduation In the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anifgmy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and chil?
dren. Princjples and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. Aa thia is ono of the first Medical Universities of
the country, a favorable opportunity io offered thone
studying medicine 'for a scholarship. Apply at this
Office, v, , December lt!
LOST, A BLACK NEWFOUNDLAND DOG.
A reward will., bo paid for his return to No. 29
CHARLOTTE SXEEET. 2? March ll
station, a and-C. Balitead, on IBttTor l^tostsTfa aniaft
dark bay HORSE MULE. When lost he had shoes on all
his feet, and his bair bore the marks of the traces and
breeching of harness. A reward of Twenty Dollars will
be paid for bis recovery, or any Information th at will lead
to it, and the conviction of the thief.
" " ROBERT CHISOLM.
Near Green Pond Station, February 22,1867.
February 28 ; tufO
CITY SIX PEE CENT. STOCK-INTEREST QUAR?
. GAS STOCK
RALLBQAD AND BANK STOCK.
? mc- by H. H. DJELEON,
March 12 1 . . No. 22 Broad street..
BANS BILLS ! BANS BILLS !
BANK BILLS OF ALL KINDS
GOLD AND SILVER
" ? . A_ COUPONS, STOCKS, tte.
Bought at highest price, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND. Broker.
February 13 wlthatn2moa No. 8 Broad street.
8e6en8?Serr?a)enmaen, SnterisSerforgungoi, CL, ut
einer ber ?efren Snftotien be? Sattec? (ber ?niderbo?er,)
tte?r?e aufgegenfeitiflen Shtben begrimbtt i?,
Sefergt ju ben ma?iaftm ^r?nrien.
feamurirenber Srjt, som. Uffervarbt,
SBr. e. ?ettert. die ?ins unb gRerrtetftraBe.
January IS tnffimo
115, RAI HTS, ETC.
n so? OIL mm.
S0L??E TBURKING; OIL,
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST IN USE.
NO SMOKE, NO SMELL, NON-EXPLOSTVE.
oimox HO. 6? BSOADWAT, NEW VOBK.
JOHN a BANKS, GENERAT. AGENT.
mms SUPERIOR OHi GIVES A BEAUTIFUL LIGHT,
I equal to Gas to brilliancy; la mash cheaper; ia per?
fectly safe, as it is nonexplosive; and is far superior.to
any other oil or Butntok Field ever offered to the public
The -Company will also furnish the trade, atmanufac
turers* prices, all kinds of Patent Safety Lamps, Lan.
terns. Chandeliers,: etc, admirably adapted for Hotels,
Churches, Private R?sidences, Stores, Warehouses,
Offices. Steamboats, Bnfl road?, and for Plantation nae
In fact, they are better for any purpose whatever, for
which alight is used, than any other lamp Invented, and
are sold at a price that comes within the reach of every
Contracts taken for lighting Towns and Villages.
For further parUcntsrvterms, etc., address the COM?
PANY, or JOHN S. BANKS, .
- General i Agent,
No. 68 Broadway, Now York.
Opinion of thc- Bet. Mr. Eopiton in regard o the
quality of tho SolmeOil:
WnarrsGTas, N. C., 31st December, 1866.
Mr.Banks: ., . : \- .. .
SB: I have Men rising your "SoUne OH" for some
time In a night lamp, and find lt the safest and most
economical barning finid I have ever used. It gives a
steady and beautiful soft light, and I can say from exp??
rtenos that the artillo obtained irani you is not explosive,
ont is perfectly safe in me hands of any one.
KEV. A PAUL BEFITON.
Orders for Ote above OB and Lamps' will-be received at
MCKAY & CAMPBELL'S,
Hasel street, opposite the now Post Offlco. ?
January 19 Smos
THEO. R CH?BEP,
OFFICE, - ?Ko. 375 EIBG STREET,
NEABXV MWOeiTE BABEL.' ' .
. - . , '_" ' '. - VJ.
mHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TE?CTH SN
X BgRTEP at moderate prices. .
?S>iTEETH EXTTLuCTED without pain by mcair*of
fy NITBO?i Mlf B,
Or by DB. EICKA?DSCN'S apparati? for prodnan^'
. LOCAL AWiK?Tl?EaiA. .
Maren S' '?. ? ?v^ , ' " ' " ' '" tnfhsrSmo -
. K.VS.; K. ^mm?MEK(^~
?IWN^TlOKl^PUT IN. AND STORES
with mattes, end dispatch. : .
. . . . ' AJao,?osBAixLow. .-V
S and 4 in. OAK AND ASH, ft WALNUT, fi TOPLAR.
' HO. ?6,y?lXifVW?XBL .flVVUEEBT. : .
DRY GOODS, ETC.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
JUST RECEIVED, AND OPENING DATLY.
splendid asssortiucnt of SPRING AND SUMJIli
Anil everything ciao tn the Staple and Fancy
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Call ?nd seo, and you -viii fiad tho cheapest, combined
with tho mopt select GoodH, ottered lower than ever since
No. 306 KINO STREET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT,
JUST RECEIVED AT
No. 182 King street,
COR. OF HOItLBECICS ALLEY.
March 12 tuthBml
IMPORTED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND.
?1AAA YARDS. FOR SALE LOW BY
iiUUU HENRY TREN CHARD,
No. 10 Exchange street, Charleston, So. Ca.
March 12 Imo
LATHROP, EDDINGTON & CO.,
Nos. 320, 328 and 330 BROADWAY', N. T..
I NVl'l'E THE PARTICULAR ATTENTION OF CASH I
X BUYERS (Jobbers and Retailers), to their stock of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. All depart?
ments ore complete in every respect, part?cula-ly that of
DRESS GOODS, in which we are from day to day adding
thc newest and choicest styles. Oar stock consists of
DRESS GOODS PKINT8
. " Bleached Sheeting-; Brown Sheetings
WcoUen Goods Yankee Notions
White Goods Embroideries
Gent's Furnishing Goods Hosiery
Millinery Goods Carpets, kc, kc.
AU which we offer, at tho lowest market prices, by the
package or piece. tuthsl2 February li)
IN A FEW DAYS,
With an entire New Stock
OF THE LATEST IMPORTATION.
J. R. READ & CO.
No. 263 King street,
March 4 OPPOSITE HASEL.
A143 MEETING STREET^
CHAELESTON. S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & ROWEN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
-^- Toomastie JDgy Qoods,
TNVTTE THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO '
JL, their Stock, which is entirely new, carefully selected,. I
and will be sold at a email advance on first cost, for cash\
or short time approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL
W. T. BURGE
O. A BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION of the former patrons of Messrs. W. T. BURGE k
CO. to oar stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during the recent depression in
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
March 1 2moe- W. T. BURGE
WILL RE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE THE 1STH
March, TO REPAIR AND PAINT THE ROOF OF
THE UPPER MARKET.
MorchO _Chief Clerk.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clanee of Section 1 of on "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies for the year 1S67," is published for Otc information
af persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents ot this oily. All such persons are hereby
notified to report at this omeo.
- '.Three donors on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by persons not residents, by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8_-_Clerk o' Conncfl.
DETECTIVE OFFICE, MARCH 7, 1807.
Partiea having lost Overcoats, Hats, Ladies' Cloaks,
Chemise and Shirts, W'U please call at this Office and
identify the some as early os possible.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
March 8 4, 1st Lieut, and Chief of Detectives.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March 1,1867. f
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within the city limits, who
have not executed their bonds and taken out the proper
cards to show that they, have license to soil, will be re?
ported as not complying with the law, after Monday,- 5th
hat ....... ;
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have the
same placed in a conspicuous place in the window. All
failing to observe '.his notice will also be reported, after I
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH,
March a_Clerk of Council.
CITY TAXES-BIONTHLT RETURNS.
OFFICE OP THE CITY ASSESSOR. 1
CITY HALT, March 1,1867. J
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
JTN that the Monthly Returns for the month of Febru?
ary post, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified
on the 28th day of December, 1S56, most be made os or
before tho 15th instant. D. C. GIBSON,
Marchi 13 city y
OFFICE CHIEF FIRE DEP ARI MENT,
CHimvEeTOS. S. C.. February 15.18G7.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
undersigned until the 16th of March, for furnishing
SESTEEN HUNDRED FEET OF THREE-lN CH DOUBLE
EXTRA OAK TANNED LEATHER, DOUBLE COPPER
RIVETED FIRE HOSE, warranted to stand one hundred
end seventy-five pounds water pressure to tho square
inch, in fifty ieet sections, st so much per foot, and so
much for brass butts per pair; butts to be New York
Also for FOUR SETTS OF BEST RUBBER SUCTIOVS,
in-one length each, of twenty-one feet, with swivel brass
butts, and brass baskets, 18 inches long, to screw on end
ot sautions, at so much per foot; baskets and butts extra.
Sizes of suctions and number of threads to the inch for
the butts will be furnished. M. H. NATHAN,
February IB Imo Chief Fire Department.
OFFICE OF CHIEF HP DETECTIVES
FEBRUARY 7,1867.-Recovered and now at Uris
office, - yards COTTON GOODS. .Tho owner is- re?
quested to come forward and provo property.
J. C. CAMPBELL,
Februarys Lieut, in Charge.
OFFICE' OF CITY TREASURY, ?
v' _ January 3,1867. j
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licensee have been prepared
for delivery from this Office. 8. THOMAS,
? ? ? ? City Treasurer.
SEC. L Be it Ordained by Ike Mayor and Aldermen in
Otty Council assembled, That from tend after the first day.
of january, licenses shall be taken out for oil carts, drays
sod wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the sarnc manner, and according to the same provisions
row br furce in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let or
driven [for hire, except giving bonds, And each such
can, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining Ilia number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on tho outside of the shaft
SEO. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer as
surety to say bend under the Ordinance concerning li?
cense* for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less ho or she be a freeholder.
SEO. 8. The following shall hereafter be the rates fox
licenses for public end-private certs, drays, wagons, kc.
Including the horses or mule? used thereof, which shalt
be free from other-taxation: .V,.
ronnie CARTS, DPAYS, EIC, OB THOSE ssmoxZD ts AUX
nusnnss WHATKV?, ros HUE nnoc-r on rtronuscT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by ono hon? or
mule, MO. - '."???''
For ?Very cati, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
For every back ?nd carriago with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheols, IMO.
For every 'stage or omnibus (except hue omnibus),
with two torses, $60.
TBor every stage or omnibus (exoept. line omnibus),
dr?wn by four horse?, tea
Iv every truck drawn by two or more horses or mule?,
^ES every express wagon drawn by two or more horses
er ?Uss, MO.
.nasas OASIS Aits PurvATX CABTS, ?BATS, irre
: For every bread cart or wagon; ?5.
For every anet, dray or wagon, used- for private or do?
mestic purposes, end not to be en. ployed ttl the taos
porting of goods, wares, merchandise; lumber, or any
otter comroodlty, tor compensation, either directly or
Indirectly ferr the aime, sholl pay for a license tho sum or
?Aj-eaciosivo of tito horse ox mulo.
?Sr Ratified ta City Council, this 18th day of January,
.[Ll] tatho yoar of otu- Lord ono thousand eight hun
' ' ' " * flfefj srvfr sf TTty^rttf i
g. 0. GAITJji.RU, Mayor.
By the Mayor. _ \ T ?
^naaryS . W, H. SMITH, Clerk of Conncfl.
AMUSEMENTS. ?, ?
MI K ?7 L I P M A N'S
FROM NEW ORLEANS,
Whore it ha? been reorganize d and refitted for ita
Second Annual Tour through the
IN SELECTING AND ARRANGING THEIR GREAT
attra- tion lor their COLOSSAL EXHIBITION, it haB
been the aim of the Management to present, for tho pa
tronagc ol' tho public, an entertainment that ehall com
bino all tho clements of NOVELTY, CURIOSITY AND
EXCELLENCE; and. with a lavish expenditure of time
and money, they havo organizod and perfected tho great
combination, combining, under one Immense pavilion,
for ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION.
SAC II D BULL!
T R A I NIE E> BEA R S !
or, in announcing the comm
nnual Tour of
GRE1T COMBINATION SHOW!
Is pleased to be enabled to present sn array of artistic
names comprising thc best in tho world 1 Better Riders,
greater Equestrians, bolder Gymnasts, more daring Aero
bats, finer blooded Horses, smaller Ponies, funnier Mules,
more original Clowns, than any Company now travelling!
Witness thc following hst, comprising only a portion of
the performers, forming tho great Congress of Artists,
connected with this Model Exhibition of thc nineteenth
Mr. EDWIN CROUESTE, the Original Conversational?
ist, late of Lent's Circus, will appear at each entertain?
Mr. TOM BURKE, a quaint old-fashioned Clown.
THE CELEBRATED BLISS FAMILY!
Mr. GEORGE BACHELDOR, the great Vaulter and
Leaper of tho age; Mr. TOM WATSON, who bids fair to
win the title of Champion Kider of tho World;Mr. RObT.
HUNTING, the Double Somcrsaulter and Lightning
Xoaper; Mons. DELQUIS, and his Wonderful Trained
[Dogs; W. LARUE, Ole Wild Horseman of the Plains;
I JOHN NAYLOR, the most affable of Ring Masters, and
most versatile abilities that must, in time, win fame and
position; WM. MORGAN, Scenic Equestrian; Professor
THOMPSON, Master of the Stud and Trainer t f Ani?
mals; WM. SMITH, Mr. BURKE, Mr. WILLIAMS, Mr.
REDDiN, Mnd'm DELOUIS, Mad'm STANLEY, Mrs. D.
WILLIAM.., Mr. H. JENNINGS, and a host of Acrobats,
Tumblers, Gymnasts, Equines, and auxiliaries.
Among the many features of this Colossal Exhibition,
will be tho Grand Procession led by ECKHART'S
WORLD-RENOWNED METROPOLITAN OPERA BAND,
drawn by a splendid team of Andalusian Horses, in the
beautiful and elaborately decorated Car of .Solus, which
win bo followed by tho Procession of Acting Bears, Sa?
cred BuUs, Performing Dogs, &c, kc. ~
WELL EXHIBIT ON
TUESDAY, MARCH 19.
AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE on Wednesday, Thurs?
day, Saturday and Monday, March 20, 21, 23 and 26.
Admission-75 cents; Children under 10 years of age,
/ Separate seatl
f Doom opsa ax a and. 7 o'cioct, Performance commcuco 1
an hour after.
Tickets for salo at the principal hotels.
March 12 tuths3 G
WHOXiE&AXJS UTO EX TAIL DEALEB IN
(10i:^/C.MERES AM VESTINGS, j
: . GKHT8' FUHMSIUISG GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD* STREET, ?
January 23_6mos_CHaRT.ESTOrT. S. C.
"VfOW READY. AT FROM $18 TO $25 PER SUIT. ALL I
1_> complete, and MADE AT HOME exclusively by
SOUTHERN HANDS IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
S. C. The undersigned begs leave to inform his friends
that he is receiving about 300 suits, made from English 1
material, and imported direct by HENRY TRENCHARD,
Esq ; importer of British Woollens, No. 19 Exchange
street. An early call is requested by
WM. MATH I HESSEN, 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 he will be glad to aee his old friends and custom?
ers, and hos in store a full assortment or CLOTHS,
COATING, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS of every va- I
riety, which he will make up to order at as low prices as
any similar establishment.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS !
FOB GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr it Ca),
wai superintend the Tailoring Department as usual, and
win give his espacial attention to Cutting Garments, and
Making and Trimming.
6 SAILORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILD, No. IOS East Bay.
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and. Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
So. IOS K AST BAY JTEEET,
December 21 3mo Under the American Hotel.
flRHiRT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING. KOS. 5* 67, St
and 61, Hudson street, near Dr .ano. New i.-?t
X. F. OARHART.
. W. H. WfBTJTOID.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 Gmo A T. HAMILTON.
JOHN G. L?SSSLES",
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
KIN?STREE, WILLIAMSBURG DISTRICT.
PRESSLEY & BARRON,
MANNING, CLARENDON DISTRICT,
ICHN G. PRESSLEY, 1 . (B. P. BARRON,
KlngstKO, 8, C. J X Manning, 8. 0,
VOITW GK PRESSLEY, 1 < J. W. DOZTEE, -
Kiagstreo, S.O. i ? Marlon, a H.
February!* - th?
A LARGE WEEKLY, IS ISSUED EVERY THUB3
3L ?DAS*, at a? a: year, in advance. Advtrasements
naertod st usual riUs.
G. E. ELFORD,! Wl,"_
GROCE?tY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
SIDES AND SHOULDERS.
(A HHD.S. BA* 'ON sriillS. PRIME
O 4 boxe? Bneou Sides. Plantation Mr lt
5 buds. Bacon Shoulders, prime.
1 hhd. Bacon Shoulders. Plantation M. ...
G boxes Bacon Shoulders, l/ummiion iK.?t
For ?alo low by LUKINS A-'nra
March 12 tiitlismwlil No. 7? ljist lisv
C< WIN ! CORN ! Ci > ? X ! ~
CHOICE SHOULDERS AND LEAP
<-)i\ DTTps. STRICTLY CHOICE BACON S1IOUL
?? \jf DERS
60 kegs Puru Lard.
Direct from Cincinnati, and for ?ale by
March 12_tutli2 HEN KY COBLA i .'<>
CO FFEE A N D SUG? RT
RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMENT.
fr er BAGS RIO COFFEE
4 rj 10 bbls. RoiiueiUjugars
M..Andofor sal(> by CLACT?S & WITTE,
_Ma_rchi2._ tuwa No. 80 Eaet Bay.
12.000 S0"!, YELLOW AND wnFTE
r"s,5* . J/ V/ \s COHN, ex schooners "A. Bartlett"
"Edna Harwood." aud "Margaret Reinhardt ..*rx-?T'
Marchi|iJOby _ _ T- J" T & CO.
1 51 HSD.S-. CVEAK RIB SIDES' rar" SCHOONER
XJ?/ "Reinhardt." For salo by
M"rch "_2 T\_J. KERU A- CO.
APPLES AND POTATOES
Barrels choice Eating Potatoes.
Arrived por steamer Moneta, on nonsignm"nt and for
8<TSbyfc ," KINSMAN & HOWELL.
MT11 12 1 No. ir.:; East Bay.
POTATOES AND ONIONS.
frr BARRELS IRL-H POTATOES, AND SO BARRELS
4 O ONIONS, for sale very low in
HUI SON, ONE 1 OOR FROM KING STREET,
March 12 1*_Behind Citadel.
ON CONSIGNMENT FROM MANTJFACTUBEI?S,
and for salo by P. MULKAI, at Messrs. McKay &
Campbell's Auction and Commission House, No. 55 H?sel
Btrect. opposite Fostofflce.
SOO boxes, haU' boxes and caddies of TOBACCO, price
35 cents to $1 25 per pound. as per quality.
100 boxes, half boxes aud caddies PLANTATION TO?
BACCO, a good quality at 20 c. nts per pound.
20 cases of SMOKING TOBACCO. Killi kinnick, in
ten pound bales, at 60 cents per pound. Elephant, Hia?
watha, Smith A Woodruff, Langhorne in r> pound l?ales,
at 30 cents por pound. Guerilla Club, in hall' pound pa?
pers, 65 cents per pound, ludianola. Belle Boyd. Climax,
in pound and half pound packu^os, at 3U cents per pound.
Bir?soyo in two ounce packages. Seo*ch Snuff, Ac. .tc.
No. 1 and 2 genuino DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO.
100 coils and half coils KENTUCKY ROPE, Greenlea!
brand, at 17 cents per -onad.
PRIME MILLING CORN IS BULK
Til A A BUSHELS PRIME WHYTE MILLING CORN
4 V'yJ'vJ' in bulk, per Bchooner "Addie M. Bird," on
For salo by .INO. CAMPSEN & 00.,
March 12 3 No. l-l Market., opposite Sb tu street.
COAL I COAL! COAL!
QCA TONS OF THE BEST RED ASH COAL FOR
OO V/ parlor usc. Also, fifty tons of Nut Coal, lor
cooking rangea. Now landing from Ihc schooner S.
Castncr. Apply to
C. W. SEIGNIOUS, Coal Yard.
East Bay, one door above Hasul street.
CORN! CORN! AFLOAT.
8000 BC^HELS STRICTLY PKIaIK YELLOW, TN
2000 bushels strictly primo White, in bags.
Now landing at Fraser's Wharf.
For salo by Ii-AAC E. HERTZ & Co.,
No. 201 East Bay, comer Cumberland street.
COAL! COAL !
A.Ail TSPiS K^A- S00 C0AX- FOR CRATES
?'A'JLVJ ISO tons R. A. Nut Coal, for Stoves and Ranges
now landing from schooners Sydney Price and Fanny K
Shaw, and tor salo low whilo discharging.
-, , FR. LAMPE.
March 9 4 Coal Yard No. 51 Market street.
NEW CROP MOLASSES.
?*S BARRELS VERY CHOICE NEW CEOP MO
OO LASSES, weU smtcd to city trade.
Just received, and for sale by
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
Q/\ HHDS. GOOD GROCERY SUGARS
O" IT hhds Superior Grocery Sugars
20 tierces Fair Grocery Sugars
60 hhds. Choice New Crop Clayed Melassen
40 hhds. Choice New Crop Muscovado Molasses
77 tierces Choice New Crop Muscovado Molasses
50 bbls. Choice New Crop Muscovado Molasses.
Now landing ex schooner "Mary White" from Carde?
nas, and for sale low in lots to snit, by
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
March 5 _
S. CORWIN * GO.,
/ WHOLESALE A NTV RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
--- AND IMPORTERS OF
FINE WINES, BRAM, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KING ST.,
MR. EVERT E. BEDFORD. THE MANAGER OF
THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to the customers and patrons for their lib irai
patronage and appreciation of tho quality ol' goods pur?
chased by tat-m during the past year. It has been, and
always will > e cur aim, to PLEABii OUR CUSTOMERS,
and as we offer for salo the first quality of all kinds ol'
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc, wo flatter ourselves
that, with our faculties, can give general satisfaction
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having boen engaged to assist In
the management, would be pleased to see his friends at
No. 2S9, assuring them that all goods purchased aro
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELL ARE IMPORTED DIRECT BY W. S.
OORWTN A CO., and pass through no oUior hands, en?
abling ns not only to WARRANT THEM AS PUKE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to sall at the following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON.*2 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON.1 50 to 1 76
FINEST GUNPOWDER. 2 23
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST. 2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST. 1 60
CHOICEST OOLONG. 2 00
CHOICE OOLONG. 1 60
We keep, also, a supply of cboipcr gradus-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at *1 60
Just received, a new supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE,
46c; PARCHED, 50c; GROUND, 62c; OLD RIO, 35?.
The PABCHED COFFEE wo leprcsent to be or 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 LAGUAYBA.
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended to by
one of the Managers. Goods delivered to all parts of tho
caty FREE OF CHARGE. _
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER win arrive on
Tuesday. - 3mo February 4
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SHIPPING A G EN T S.
\ Jj / ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
V V SHIPMENT (to Foreign and DomosHo Ports) os
COTTON. BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF1, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. B. CH1SOLM
THOMAS P. RYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
SO. 1 COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
PUP ON T'S
SUPERFINE, SPORTING, AND
ALL OTHER KINDS.
T7MNE GRAIN FOB SPORTING, TN CANISTERS,
JC pound pap?is, and 8% ft. kegs. Coarser grain ex?
pressly for Water Fowl shooting, in canisters, tili, sad
ft. kegs. j
Gunpowder of sepcrior quality, F, FF, and HHF,
g.?zed and rough, in 26,13%, and 6>i lb. kegs.
Ul kinda of Gunpowder of superior quality.
.laving accepted th a agency of the above old and wen
known mcnufacturers, X am prepared to all all orders to
the trade, and will always have a full stock on hand,
whian. "?Ul daily be delivered to any part of the city.
J. N. ROBSON,
January 31_thstn3mo_Nc 62 East Bay.
- MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAYING ON BANDA LARGS SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable for Gentlemen, La
Olea and Children, and being desirous of cUmirdshlng our
Stock before the season advances too far, wo would aepc
clilly draw the sttention of tho public towards tho reduc?
tion which win be made in oar prices for tho next two
or throe wooka from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 29 . ? No. IT Chaim OTB street.
wnjiAJt B. mm & SON,
Beal Estate Agents, Auctioneers
"."??, ." ' ATO'; ''. .
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYWE STREET.