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flUUHUV DAILY NEWS,
G. B. CATHCART, EDITOB.
CATHCART, Mo-MILLAN & MORTON,
Nc 18 HAYNE STREET.
Ol TY PRINTERS.
DAILY- TWELVEMO NTHS.810.00
DAILY-iHX MONTHS. 5.00
DAILY-1WH** MONTHS. 3.50
?INGLE OJPIES.5 cents
TO NEWS DEALERS_.3 cents
Cotton, closed in Liverpool at 13|d. for Middling
Cotton was quoted in New York at 32?c. tor Mid
Gold closed at 1S4L
Queen VICTCRIA'?I forthcoming book will be enti?
tled "Leaves from my Journal in the Highlands."
The number of pipormakers in Great Britain ?B
declining. In 1864 414 took out licenses ; in 1865,
402; in 1866, 392.
The Universal Exposition will he infonnally
opened on the first day of April. The inaugural
ceremonies will take place at a later day.
'..By the decision of Courts in England a flour
dealer in Toronto is possessed of $2,500,000, to?
gether with interest accruing thereon for seven
...Arrangements are being made to widen and
deepen the Dismd Swamp Canal, and to enlarge
the lock. This is an important improvement, and
displays mucb .energy on tho part of the new
The receipts from Internal Revenue, Saturday,
.were $861,382.18, making an aggregate for the fiscal
;year to date of -$208,188,938.43-5 The total receipts
jfor this month to the lGth, inclusive, amount to
$10,336,590.33, being an average of $583,536.89 per
Prince CHARLES of Boumania has received let?
ters of recognition from the following sovereigns,
ind princes : Th e Emperor of the French, the'
j?ag of the Hellenes, the Grand Duke of HesBe,
the Grand Duke of Oldenburg, thj Grand Duke of
Saxe-Weimar Eistfnach, Prince DE SCHATJENBTJBG
XTPPE, Prince DE SOHWABBTJBO-BTJDELSTADT, the
Duke c? Anhalt, the Duke of Brunswick, the Duke
of Saxe-Altenburg, and the Duke of Saxe-Meinin
Last week $38&,000in fractional currency was re?
ceived by the United States Treasurer from the
rtinting division of the Treasury Department.
During the sain? period the following amounts
were forwarded to the points mentioned: To the
Assistant Treasurer at New York, $200.000; at
Philadelphia, $200,000; at Boston, $50,000; to
United States Depository at Baltimore, $70,000; at
?memnati, $100,000; to National Banks and others,
$199,41L29-niaking a total of $819,411.29.
An exchange says: "John Randolph once re?
marked, looking earnestly- at the dome of the
Capitol-'My trie ad, that's a great extinguisher of
provincial talent.' Ben. Butler will find ont how
much of truth there is in this before the close of
the present Congress. And the public geaerally
-will learn how applicable the remark is whenever a
Jair opportunity bi presented for Bingham, Shella
Larger, or a gross of such men whom we might
?me, to measme intellectual broadswords with
Gen. CASTELNA'D*, ?id-de-Camp of the Emperor
^NAPOLEON, who, a short time ago, was ordered on
. special mission to the city of Mexico, to confer
-with MJUH?UJ BikZATKB and the Emperor MAXI
TTT.TAN onMexican affairs, has returned to Paris.
The New York World Bays BTJTLEB proposes that
the pair of gamecocks recently presputed to Gen.
JJXZ be made reto a fricassee for the benefit of
?iungry Southern3TB. Trna is a natural suggestion
from BTJTLEB'S peint of view. 'He has always had
? cook in his eye.
The New York World, speaking of the prospect
?f early recon:rmiction, says : We are per?
mitted to print the following extract from the
private letter of an eminent Confederate gen?
eral, dated Match 8, to a friend in this city :
*'The act of Congress, bad as A is for us, I think
niH result (if it ?ands as the law, and I presume
* i. will,) in settling mattera between the North and
Ule Boutn. i mink ttie~great body of the people or
the South are exceedingly anxious for & final settle?
ment ; and that, J .-elvin g on this being .such, they
vifl, without delay, acquiesce."
Tiie income tax returns, says an English journal,
- are very suggestive and instructive as to the gen?
eral progress of the country in prosperity. From
those contained in the tenth report of tho commia
eioners it appears that the increase of the value of
lands, Ac., (comparing 1864 with 1858) has been at
the rate of 1.16 per cent, per annum ; houses, 3.50;
gas works, 11.45, and railways, 7.57. On the other
hand, the improvements in profits of trades and
professions in the same period has 'teen at the rate
of 4.51 per cent, per annum. . In L "dand the im?
provement in this respect was only at the rate of
?93 per cent, per annum.
We learn from the New Orleans papers that
BOBA CE GEEELEY, the. groat philosopher, has ar?
rived in that city. Mr. G SEELEY in, we understand,
on a tour of observation to the South, but we do
not know whether he will extend it to Mobile or
not. Mr. GUKET.EE has some queer ideas in refer?
ence to the participators in the "great rebellion,"
T ide the New York Tribune and the "History of the
Great Rebellion," and it is to be hoped that his
visit South will have the effect of making a radical
change in them, and that he will return to his
home ? wiser man. With all his singular hobbies,
Le possesses good sound sense ard is not so en?
tirely bigoted as to be unable to' distinguish be
iMf?tsn just and unjust views.
^Generals . FTJLI:SETON and HEXPESE (MILES
CRBTLT.Y) were before the Judiciary Committee
^Saturday, in obedience to subpoenas. The form
or was examined at; to the restoration of property to
Southern rebels and his official action in con?
nection with the Freedmen's Bureau. He will he
iftrther interrogate id on Monday. Private MILES
OffiaoLLT was overhauled about his " talk with the
President''anti bis account of Presidential views
on repudiation. The " boy," says the Herald, had
Iiis back up, and gav? answers not required nor
relished by the Committee. This testimony was
altogether in favor of the President and repudia?
ted the soft impeivchment of repudiation. If ho
lad caused the impression that Mr. JOHNSON fa?
vored repudiation, all he could say was that ho
nad been unfortunate in the use of language, and
that nothing was farther from his intention.
The Washington correspondent of the New York
Herald, speaking of the President's financial
policy,says: "Heknows that the administration
of JOHN QUIN CT ADAMS was deemed extravagant
and rejected by the people in consequence of an
annual expenditure of $13,000,000, and ho feels
anxious when he recurs to the fact that the na?
tional debt is now over $2,530,000,000, with an anrual
interest of about $186,000,000, to be provided for
out of the revenue system, in addition to the vast
and growing annual expenies of the machinery of
the Government. Hence he is in favor of a policy
which, in the language of the message of 1865,
'without being oppressive to the people, shall im?
mediately begin tc effect a reduction cf the debt,
ind, if persisted 'in, discharge it fully within a
definitely fixed number of years.' "
The "centfJ," ctr system of buying and selling
grain by the 100 pounds, which is now in general
ame in the West and in a few Eastern cities, is like?
ly to create some confusion in the quotations, but
in order that buyers and sellers may avoid error,
We give a mle by which they can make their own
calculations: "The standard weight of wheat per
bushel is sixty pounds; corn and rye fifty-six
pounds; oats, tturty-two pounds; barley, forty
eight pounds. The price per bushel being given,
to find the price \>er cental, multiply the price per
Jrashel by one hundred, and divide by the number
Of pounds in a bushel. ?'or instance, at $1.50 per
Jrashel for whea;, what is tho price per cental ?
150x100-15,000x60-$2.50-which is the prico per
cental. Again, the price per cental being given,
to find the price per bushel, multiply the price per
cental by the number of pounds in a bushel, and
?ivide by one bundled. Example: At $2.50 per
cental, what is the price per bushel of sixty
founds? 250x60-15,000x100-$1.50, the price per
The Herald's Yera Cruz correspondence, dated
Ttarch 8? says tha ?the French rear was at Soledad.
DIAZ was to bave reviewed his troops at Hum an?
tis, preparatory to the expected attack on Mexico
City, and ESCOBEDO was awaiting che result to make
an attack on MAXIMILIAN at Qaoretaro. General
GOMEZ commanded at Yera Cruz. A number of
persons in Uiat city had been warned against any
expression of opinion. It is behoved that the idea.
Of a National Cocgress had not been wholly aban?
doned by MAXIMILIAN. Imperial advices say that
an attack upon the capital would not occasion any
fear, as the Liberal forces were ^sufficient for its
capture, arid ts there were-three thousand merv
defending Puebla, a force of eight thousand mon, I
with corresrjonding artillery, would be required to
endanger that city. The report of a recent battle
near San Felipe, between ESCOBEDO and MTBAMON,
is contradicted. Their forces are still confronting
ono another. Tho rumor that JOAQUIN MIBAMON
was shot by order of ESCOBEDO is confirmed, but
not the rumor that over a hundredotbar prisoners
were served the same way. MAXIMILIAN'S agent at
San Francisco says that the city of Mexico was not
occupied by the Liberals on the 17th ult., which ia
Tho L>mchburg (Va.) Republican says that "o.
Federal officer belonging to the garrison of this
plac? was met a few days ago while riding about
the suburbs by a rusty looking specimen, who
came forward and offered to 'surrender.' The of?
ficer asked if he had killed anybody, or done any
mischief of any kind. The specimen said he had
deserted the Confederate army in 1861, but had
heard of General LEE'S amnesty proclamation
while hiding about in the mountains, and had
come forward to give himself up, and be returned
to service. Great surprise and consternation
seized upon tho specimen when he learned that
there was now no Southern anny, no Southern
cause, and that all the battle-flags had been folded
and put aside. The specimen waa treated to a dose
of amnesty oath and a pair of blue breeches, and
went on his way rejoicing, to North Carolina, in
which 'district' was his home when he left it six
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the Neto Postoffice Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston :
SECTION 6. And be it farther enacted. That lists of let
tera remaining uncalled for in any Postofflce in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper sholl be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only tn the newspaper
which, being published weekly or ofteneri sholl have thc
largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
J8SS* ASL communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Eayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Dauy
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of Hie eily must be accompa?
nied with the casli.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1867.
THE SUPPLEMENTAL BILL.
The Supplemental Bill, after an interchange of
amendments between the House and the Senate,
has at length passed both branches of. Congress,
and the machinery by which the Military Recon?
struction Act is to be put in operation is now,
1. The Military Commander of the District
must, before September, 1867, cause to be made a
registration of qualified voters.
2. He must provide tho means and mode of reg?
3. After the completion of the registration,
which may be earlier, but must not be later than
September, an election of Delegates for the Con
i vent ion must be ordered-the time and place of
the meeting of the said Convention being appoint?
ed by the said Military Authority.
When the qualified voters vote for delegates to
the Convention, they will also vote whether they
wish a Convention at all. If upon ascertaining the
result of that vote, it is found that the people of
the State have voted against a Convention, the se
lection of delegates is void, if, on the contrary, the
majority of votes cast are for a Convention, the se?
lection ie valid, and the delegates so chosen trill
assemble at the time and place which either has
been or will be ordered by the Commanding Gen?
The ratio of representation in the Convention
will be--with the exception of Virginia-the same
as in the Hoo?C of Representatives in the State.
The only variation between the requirements of
this Ac ; and the Reconstruction Act is thia: By
the. Eeconstruction Act so member of the State
Legislature who had taken ar. oath to support the
Constitution of the United States, and a/towards
"given aid or comfort" to the Confederacy, can hold I
office ol* vote. Under thia provision all tho mem?
bers of the Legislature, who had been members
only since s?cession, would have been capable
both of holding office and voting^bocauBO after tho
establishment of 'the Confederacy members of
the Legislature no longer , took an oath to sup?
port " th e Cons?tutiondf the United States. But
it appears, that in Virginia, for many years
past, members of the Legislature have not
taken the oath io . support the Constitution of the
United States, but only the Constitution of the
State, and that a large class was therefore exempt
from the excludion of this o?anse. This haring
been brought to the notice of Congress, an amend?
ment was carried, by which the exclusion was ex?
tended to all members of the State Legislature who
have "given ai^Pand comfort," Ac., whether they
had taken the oath of support to the United States
Constitution or nor. In this State, therefore, it
follows.that tho' who were members of the State
j Legislature sin -o the war, but who had never been
before, and who were, therefore, not included un?
der this disabling clause, are now, by the amend?
ment, excluded both from voting and holding of?
fice. Practically, the difference is small, but with?
in that limit it is an extension of the disfranchise?
The most important practical point of this Act
is, of course, the registration clauses:
L Who is entitled to register.
2. The manner of registration.
It is of the utmost consequence that we should
have a clear idea of what class or classes have the
right to register as voters under this Act.
Every male citizen has that right who can and
does take an oath that he meets three require?
' 1. That he is a citizen of the State, who has re?
sided for-months (12 months we believe is the
time) in the State, is at tho time residing in the
District or Parish where he registers, and has not
been disfranchised for any participation in any re?
bellion or civil war against the United States, nor
for felony against the State or the United States,
and that he is twenty-one years of age.
Upon this it is only necessary to remark that at
present there is no legal disfranchisement for par?
ticipation in any rebellion, ?cc, such as is effected
by the third clause of the Constitutional Amend?
ment, and the extension of the exclusion is mem?
bers of the Legislature.
2. That he has never takon an oath as a member
of Congress of the United States, or as an officer
thereof, or as a membor of any State Legislature,
or executive or judicial officer of any State, to sup?
port the Constitution of the United States, AND
afterwards engaged in immrrection or rebellion
against the United States, or given aid and com
fort to tho enemies thereof.
Tho citizen to be disabled under this clause,
must have done two things. He must have taken
an oath to support the Constitution of the United
States in a certain official character, and after?
wards he must have given aid and comfort, Ac, &c.
Tl he has taken the oath and afterwards has not
given aid and comfort, &c; or, if he has given aid
and comfort and has not taken the oath, then he is
not excluded from the right of registration.
8. That he will faithfully support the Constitu?
tion and obey the laws of tho United States, and
will to the best of his ability encourage others so
The next question is the manner of registration.
It is the duty of the commanding officer to ap?
point three persons in each Election District, to
make a complete ragistiation and superintend the
These three persons must bo either "loyal offi?
cers or persons," who, before entering upon their
duties, shall take what is popularly known as the
Whothor ' loyal officers or persons'* means offi?
cers of tho army or loyal citizens who can take
thi3 oath, we can scarcely determine, nor do we
think it necessary, as the interpretation of the
Act will, doubtless, bo soon placed beyond doubt
by the issue of the orders requisite to carry it into
OUR CUP NOT YET FULL.
No man knows what he can do, or what ho can
endure, till he is tried. Tho South was brought to
thc verge of ruin by tho war. The sudden emanci?
pation of her slaves, and concomitant disorganiza?
tion of her labor system, of necessity retarded her
recuperation. Bad seed and unfavorable seasons
produced short crops, ?nd of course a great deal
of suffering, as our people have no resources in
reserve upon which to fall back. And as if al]
this was not enough, wc now receive advices from
almost every part of the South and West, of fearful
ravages caused by thc heavy rains and?dmost un?
precedented freshets. It is particularly unfortu?
nate just at this time, when so much of our bread
stuffs is brought from a distance, delayed by
th?8 interruption on account of damaged railroads
and bridges, which consequently must raise its
price. Tho want ?md suffering will ina ease; and
.?-. fear we have not seen the end yet.
Plantations are located in healthy situations can ob?
tain any requisite number of German rr Tish Laborers,
at short notice. For terms, kc, apply to
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM,
No. 432 King street, corner Hudson street,
March 6 wfni2mo Opposite Citadel Square.
WANTED, A WHITE;WOMAN TO COOK,
WASH and IRON for a small family. Apply at No.
12 LEGARE STREET._2*_March 10
AWIDOW LADT WISHES A SITUATION
in some respectable family. Is capable of doing any
sind of Sewing.. Anyone desiring' such a one .?III
please make application at this office.
rREF?T, FOR ONE, OR A TERM OF
YEARS, the commodious RESIDENCE and exten?
sive PREMISES, No. 54, western extremity of Brui street,
Apply to T. GRANGE SIMON8,
Febnrry 18 w No. 38 Montague street
r> RENT, TWO OR THREE ROOMS,
with part of a kitchen, in a desirable part of the city,
near to South Bay. Apply at No. 21 LEGARE STREET.
TO RENT, A SMALL HOUSE, WITH FIVE
Rooms and Kitchen, in Wentworth street, two or
three minutes walk from the Postofllco. Apply at No. 40
WENTWORTH STREET. _March 13
XT?NAN'S FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
_N STREET, TO RENT. Apply on the premises.
March 1 _
TO RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street. For
particulars, address B. F., Baily NewB Office.
BOARD.-SEVERAL GENTLEMEN CAN
be accommodated with genteel- Board, by applying
at No. 95 Broad street. Also a few Day Boarders, on
reasonable terms._6_March 20
BOARD-TRANSIENT AND PERMANENT
BOARDING mn be obtained at low rates, by apply?
ing at No. 95 BROAD STREET, near King.
can be accommodated with good Board and a
pleasant room, on application at No. 59 CHU rt CS
STREET, west Bide, near Trodd.
A few DAY BOARDERS can also be accommodated.
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A FEW BOARD.
ERS can be accommodated at No. 92 KING STREET,
east side, near Broad. A fow Day Boarders can be ac?
commodated. January 31
SOITHERN BIPRESS C0MPAN?
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
, Every -attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELITER FREIGHl
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
AprflO . Augusta. Ga.
ABURE CURE FOR THE PILES, PUT UP IN
PACKAGES of 1000 pieces.
Price 60 cents. For sale by
March 18 Imo No. 59 BROAD 8TREET.
S250 FOR A MONTH !
IS THE TUNE THAT BARLOW, THE OLD OPERA?
TOR, ls catering to, at the OLD 8TAR GALLERY,
where he wfll give his attention to securing the shadow
ere the substance fades-especially the OIL and PORCE?
LAIN PORTRAITS, of which competition is defied. Spe?
cimens can bo seem taken from life, and small pictures.,
enlarged at the Gallery, southeast corner King and Mar?
ket Btreets, Charleston. February 21
MUTUAL AD) ASSOCIATION,
HAYING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF BEADY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable' for Gentlemen, La?
dles and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our. j
Stock before the season advances too far, we would esp? .
chilly draw the attention of the public to words the reduc?
tion which WTO bo made in our prims for the next two
or three weeks from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 29 No. 17 Chaim era street.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an ''Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies for tho year 1867," is published for ino inform?t* or.
of persons selfing Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents of this oity. AU such persons are hereby
notified to report at this office.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
Bold in this city by persons hot residente, - by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk of Council.
THE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, IS
published at Marion, S. C.. in tho central portion
of the country, and offers a 'favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Druggists, Machinists, and all classes who desire
to extend their business in tho Peo Dee country.
For tv.e benefit of our advertising patrons, we shall, in
addition to our subscription list, which is constantly in?
creasing, publish and distribute gratuitously 3000 extra
copies of the STAR, during the business season this
Rates of Advertising liberal.
W. J. MoKERALL,
November 20_ Editor and Proprietor.
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED TO. No. U6 KING STREET,
August 31 Horwfc.-u Broad and tjne<-i> gtreetp.0
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March L1867. ?
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING Bprntuous liquors, within the city limits, who
havo not executed their bonds and taken out the proper
cards to show that they have license to sell, will be re?
ported as not complying with the law, after Monday, 5th
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have ?he
Bame placed in a conspicuous place in the window. All
failing to observe this notice will also be reported, after
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH,
March 2 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3, 1867. f
PUBLIC NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
for delivery from this Office. S. THOMAS,
Ssc. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled, That from (and after the first day
of January, licenses shah be taken out for all carte, drays
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the samo manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let or
driven Ifor hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the BhafL
SEO. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less he or she be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The following shall hereafter be the rates for
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, Ac,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which shall
be froe from other taxation:
PUBLIC CARTS, DRATS, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED IN ANT
BUSINESS WHATEVER, TOR HIRE DIBECT OB INDIRECT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, 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 hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except Une omnibus),
with two horses, $50.
For every stago or omnibus (except line omnibus),
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horcos
or mules, $60.
BREAD CARTS AND PRIVATE OABTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bf%ad cart or wagon, S5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed in the trans?
porting of goods, wares, mercliandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, cither directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a iicenso the sum ot
$5, exclusive of tho horse or mule.
Ratified in City CouncU, this 16th day of January,
( L. s. ] in tho year of our Lord one thousand eight bun?
dled and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By the Mayor.
Januarys_W. H. SMITE, Clerk of Council.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, )
CITY HALL, November 9,1806. j
ALL PELS'INS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN TSE
Bun ' Districts and Waste Places of thc City, un?
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City CouncU of Charleston to proceed in the mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City anew," aro hereby notified that the form of appli?
cation for loans can be obtained at the office ef the Chirk
of Council, between the hours of 0 A. M. and 2 P. M.
AU appUcations must be filed in the above mentioned
office, as the Committee will meet every Monday to con?
sider the same.
By order of the Mayor W. EL SMITH,
November 10 Clerk?of Council.
THE TRI WEEKLY NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WINNSBORO* S. C., AFFORDS A
profitable medium for tho advertising public o?
We respectfully sohclt their patronage for our mutual
GAILLARD, DESPOSTES & WILLIAMS.
Nevon bei 15
THE SUMTER WATCHMAN
IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT SUM?
TER, S: C., by GILBERT A FLOWERS. Proprietors,
at FOUR DOLLARS per anuum, invariably in advance.
Advertisements inserted at usual rates.
Every style ot Job Printing executed in tbr niftiest
style and greatest dispatch, Sfpiemoei
BOARD OF F IR EM ASTERS.
k REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE HELD
%? Tfiit Evening, at tho Market Hall, at 8 o'clock.
B. M. STKOBEL,
March 20 1 Clerk and Superintendent
:ERUBBABEL CHAPTER, NO. Il, ?. A. M.
A N EXTRA CONVOCATION OF THIS CHAPTER
gi will be held This Evening, at 7 o'clock.
By order M. E. H. P. W. E. MIKELL,
March 20 1 ? . Secretary.
KALMIA MILLS COMPANY.
AMEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
KALMIA MILLS COMPANY will be held on Wed
lesday, the 27th inst, at 7>i o'clocfc P. M., at the office
if Dr. J. J. CHISOLM, Hasel street, .Charleston.
B. F. EVANS, President
March 18 mwI3
FOR SALE.-ONE-H4LF OF THE INTER?
EST in one of PAGE'S BEST SAW MILLS, with
30RN MTT.T. attached, in complote order and in daily
iperation, located on the Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, near Thnmonaville, S. C.; together with tho
privilege of cutting limber on or about five hundred
icres of heavily timbered land. Also, a line young
MULE. Thft above will be sold cheap for cash. Offers
lddressed to Mrs. HARRIET L. SOWERS,
March 20 wfs3 Florence, S. C.
FOR SALE, A LARGE LIKELY MA RE?
with a MULE COLT ten days old. Apply to B.
KODDIN k CO., Pavilion Hotel StableB, Meeting street.
FOR SALE, A YOUNG DRAY MULE, 15
hands high, sound and gentle; works In any hind
9f harness. Inquire at No. 28 STATE STREET.
AT PRIVATE SALE, ONE OF PHELANI'S
first-class BILLIARD TABLES, with everything
complete and in good order. .Can be seen at the Ph dun
Billiard Saloon, corner of Meeting and Market streets.
ASPLENDID RESIDENCE AND FARM,
situated within the corporate lhn:te of tho town of
Aiken, S. C.-The residence is large and commodious,
containing eleven rooms, all with fireplaces; piazzas are
attached to the first and second stories, with all thc con?
veniences necessary to a complete residence. The
grounds are handsomely laid out with Evergreens, Roses,
He, and the vegetable garden very ample. The outbuild?
ings, servants' houses, stables, kc, are all in complete
order. Tho Farm consists of about fifty acres of fine
This property, now the residence of Mrs. M M.
Schwartz, is offered for sale at a reasonable price, and on
accommodating terms, for tho purpose of division among
the heirs of the late Geo. Parrott The entire furniture
ol tho house and premises n ay be purchased with the
Address W. S. WALKER,
W. G. MOOD,
March 20 ws Executors Estate Geo. Parrott
OR SALE, TWENTY LARGE, FAT,
4 and 6-year old broke'MULES; and THIRTY 3
and 4 year old. For sale at Mills Hou60 Stable. Apply
toR. W. CARTON._January 14
FR ? 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. Principles and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As tins is ono of the first Medical Universities of
the country, a favorable opportunity is offered those
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply at this
Olfice. December 16
JH. HAPPOLDT HAS REMOVED HIS GUN ES
. tablisbmentto No. 110 MEETING STREET (near
Market), where he 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, kc, always on hand.
March 6 Imo*
PRY GOODS, ETC,
BRITISH SUMMER CLOTHS,
IMPORTED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND.
i)AAA YARDS. FOR SALE LOW BY
?UUU HENRY TRENCHARD,
No. 19 Exchange street Charleston, So. Ca.
March 12 Imo
NO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF 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 time approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL.
W. T. BURGE.
O. A BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION of tho former patrons of Mesara. W. T. BURGE k
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased, dur in? tho recant d?pression in
Normern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
March 1 2me' W. T. BURGE.
J. ? P.
BEST SIX-CORD CABLED
JOHN & HUGH AUCHINCLOSS,
SOLE AGENTS IN NEW YORK.
March 6 wfm2G
SAW MILLS, ETC.
WEST END BEAUFAIN-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
H?BGINS, OWEN & CO.,
HAVING LARGELY INCREASED OUR MACHIN?
ERY, we aro prepared to fill orders for all kinds
and sizes of LUMBER suitable for domestic or foreign
markets, upon short notice, and at fair rates. SPECIAL
ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITY ORDERS. Our PLAN?
ING MILL is in operation, and work will be furnished
to customers at LO WEST, PRICES.
PLANED, TONGUED AND GROOVED BOARDS
always on hand.
Wo keep a largo supply of PLASTERING LATHS,
which will be sold at greatly reduced prices. *
B. H. HTTOOraS.JAB. I.. OWEN.H. C. H?DGINS.
February 27 wfmlmo
LEA & PERRINS'
BY |??7 of a letter from a
fl MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
ii at Madras, to his
TO BE THE ONLY rmr *r\ Brother at
ffK?^M WORCESTER, May,
Good Sauce !Sq18?l:
S^fflS "Tell LEA k PER
AND APPLICABLE -S?gp RTNS that their SAUCE
iiljjnMiV is highly esteemed in Ia
10 ?SS??- dia, and is, in my opinion,
"^T,"" ,T.^TT,m"' ?wB?fS* the most palatablo, as
EVERY VARIETY IfiK^f well as tho most whole
Mlnnilsome SAUCE that is
OF DISH. *wfcga>^ac.''
Tho success of this most delicious and unrivalled con?
diment having caused many unprincipled dealers to
apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the Ponuc is
respectfully and earnestly requested to see that tho name
of LEA k PEBBXNS are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YORK, AGENTS.
October 10 finwlyr
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN ANE NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk,
No 127 READE-STREET, CORNER HUDSON.
1ST JR AV YORK.
*g-Ageucy 1er EXTON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. AU orders sent will be promptly attended
to. Hmo- TVivrnlu-r \R
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No. 83 CHURCH STREET, one door
norto oi Hroao Hirf-c:. AIIOUST MI
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orangeburg, S. C. Terms S2 per annum, in ad?
During the spring and full seasons extra copies of the
OnANQEHunu NEWS will bo circulated ior the benefit ot
our :..'vertisiug patrons.
Contrnct Advertisement:! inserted on thc most liberal
tenus. Address SAMUEL DI 13BLE,
Editor Oningpburg News,
Februaiy 25 Orangcburg, S. C.
GREAT COMBINATION SHOW,
m nm M v
FROM NEW ORLEANS,
Whore it has been re-organized and refitted for Its
Second Annual Tour through the
IN SELECTING AND ARRANGING THEIR GREAT
nttra-tion tor their COLOSSAL EXHIBITION, it has
been tito ni m of the Managomont to present, for tho pa?
tronage of tho public, an entertainment that shall com?
bine all tho elements of NOVELTY, CURIOSITY AND
EXCELLENCE; and, with a lavish expenditure of time
and money, they havo organized and perfected tho great
combination, combining, under one immense pavilion,
for ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION.
TRA UNIE D BSEARS!
Tho Manager, in announcing the commencement of
the Second Annual Tour of
GREAT COMBINATION SHOW!
Is pleased lo be enabled to present an array of artistic
names comprising the best in tho world t Better Biders,
greater Equestrians, bolder Gymnasts, more daring Acro?
bats, finer blooded Horses, smaller Ponies, funnier Mules,
more original Clowns, than any Company now havening I
Witness tho following hst, comprising only a portion of
tho performers, forming the great Congress of Artists,
connected with this Model Exhibition of the nineteenth
Mr. EDWIN ORO?ESTE, tho Original Jonversationnl
iat, late of Lent's Circus, will appear at each entertain'
afr. TOM BURKE, a quaint old-fashioned Clown.1
THE CELEBRATED BLISS FAMILY!
Mr. GEORGE BAOHELDOR, the great Vaulter and
Leaper of tho age; Mr. TOM WATSON, who bids fair to
win the title of Champion Rider of tho World; Mr. RObT.
HUNTING, tho Double Somersaulter and Lightning
Leaper; Mons. DELOUIS, and his Wonderful Trained
Dogs; W. LARUE, the Wild Horseman of the Plains;
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 thc Stud and Trainer nf Ani?
mals; WM. SMITH, Mr. BURKE, Mr. WILLIAMS, Mr.
REDDiN, Mad'm DELOUIS, Mod'm STANLEY, Mrs. D,
WILLIAMS, Mr. H. JENNINGS, and a host of Acrobats,
Tumblers, Gymnasts, Equines, and auxiliaries.
Among the many features of this Colossal Exhibition,
will he 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 .Eolns, which
will bo followed by tho Procession of Acting Boors, Sa?
cred Bulls, Performing Dogs, Ac, Ac.
WELL EXHIBIT ON
TUESDAY, MARCH 19.
AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE on Wednesday, Thurs?
day, Saturday and Monday, March 20, 21, 2.'} and 2G.
Admission-75 cents; Children under 10 years of age,
Separate seats for Colotcd Persons, 50 cents.
Doors open at 2 and 7 o'clock; Performance commence
an hour after.
Tickets for sale at the principal hotels.
Will perform at Orangeburg on TUESDAY, March 20,
and Columbia on the 27th inst.
March 12 tuths3 6
..- ? JV .
THE LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
CAPITAL, (?1,000,000) ONE MILLION STER?
CONTINUE TO ISSUE POLICIES FOB FIRE RISKS
ic Uiis City.
A. S. JOHNSTON, Agent.
Office at JOHNSTON, CHEWS k Co., No. 41 HAYNE
STREET. mwf 12 March ll
C" APTTAL AND SURPLUS ?275,172 87 ALL PALO IN.
Hoving been appointed Agent of this First Closs
SOUTHERN COMPANY, I am now prepared to issue
Policies of Insurance AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE on
Houses, Stocks of Goods, Furniture, Cotton, Vessels in
Port, fcc., kc, kc
Policy holders in this Company participate in the pro?
fits. A Dividend of forty-five per cent declared to Policy
holders for thc past twelve months.
Dividend Scrip taken in part payment of premiums.
J. L. HONOUB, Agent,
February 21 C wfml3 No. 8 Broad street.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.810,000,000 IN GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
December 7 mwftyr
%rfi(?icriiit;]cu Werben ferembt befor^t von tem unter*
jeicbiictcii Agenten. Jv. 39! c l d) c re",
Office We. H7, Alirtij ?strafte.
. March 18 ' 6*
General Commission Merchant,
Maimihcturer of P.voor,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
NO. 127 READE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
DEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
even-description 1er its manufacture.
DbtviUI:i>i Iii t.-i o
F. M. BURDELL,
WILL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO TOE PURCHASE
and sale of MERCHANDISE OF ALL KINDS.
Oluee nt the corner of BROAD AND EAST BAY
STREETS, in basement of State Bank, where samples
may be Been.
REFERENCES-Mr. C. M. Forman. Mr. Theodore D.
Wagner, Messrs. John Fraser k Co., Messrs. Mordecai .t
Co., Messrs. W. C. Dukes k Co., Messrs. Gourdin,
Matthiesscn A- Co., Charleston, S. C.
October 24 wfmGmo
?S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. IL, AT
53 per annum, and, having a large circulation
through all the upper and lower Districts of the State,
affords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates ihr advertising very reasonable-for which apply
lo our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at the Mills House.
I'HOS. F. k R. H. ?R ENE KER.
November 15 Editora ann Picplietcis.
3R0CERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
OKN.OATS, FLOUR AN? BACON.
?AAA BUSHELS OATS
iUUU 3000 buflhels Prime White Corn, in two
00 bushels Primo White Corn, in three bushel Backs.
00 bushels Yellow Corn
00 bushei? Damaged Corn, for stock
00 barrels Extra Flour
50 barrels Super Flour
12 huds. Prime'Bacon Sides.
For sale by C. N. AVERILL k 80N,
March 20 3 No. 68 East Bay.
?ACON SIDES, SHOULDERS,
OHHDS CHOICE CLEAR SIDES
75 hhds Choice C. R. Sides
25 hhds Sound C. R. sides ..
25 hhds Choice Ribbed Sides
75 hhds Choice Shoulders
10 hhds Sound Shoulders
25 boxea C. R. Si es-in Bait
10 boxes Clear Si les-in salt
20 boxos Bellies-lo salt
25 boxes Sound S. C. Hams
25 bbls Choice ?.. C. Hams
25 tierces S. C. Hams
60 bbls Breakfast Bacon
10,000 lbs Strips
CO tierces and barrels Pure Lard
15 kegs Pure Lard.
PORK, PORK. Ac.
10 bbls MESS PORK
100 bbls Sound Mess Pork
20 bbls Extra Primo Pork.
FLOUR AND CORN.
150 bbls Baltimore FINE, SUPER AND EXTRA
300 bbls New York Fine, Super and Extra Flour
1000 bushels Prime White Corn
2000 bushels Prime Yellow Corn.
TO All RIVE-EXPECTED DAILY,
i 000 bushels WHITE CORN.
In store, and for aale low by
JEFFORDS k CO.,
March 18 4 No. 27 Vendue Range.
FRENCH PORCELAIN !
I A K. CASKS HAVTLAND & CO.'3 LIMOGES POR
L4LO CELATN, consisting of Dinner, Tea and Toilet
tats, Plain White, Colored and White, and Decorated.
Uso, Fancy Vases. Cups, Spittons, Ac. Will be sold by
he cask at New York prices, or to tho trade on usual
Samples open for inspection, and Catalogues ready for
IMribution. . . D. G. WILK1N3,
March 18 6 . No. 12 East Bay,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP under the name of JOHN F.
TAYLOR & CO., for the purpose of conducting the MA?
CHINE AND FOUNDRY BUSINESS in all its branches,
it the old stand, PHONLX IRON WORKS, north aide of
Pritchard street JOHN F. TAYLOR.
Charleston, 12th March, 1867.
March 16 Imo
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF'CAMERON, BARKLEY
k CO. is tins day dissolved by the withdrawal of
Captain FENN PECK.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
R. C. BARKLEY.
Charleston, 6th March, 1867.
TT7TLL CONTINUE THE RAILROAD AND STEAM.
VV BOAT SUPPLY BUSTNESS, under the name of
CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO., at the old stand, corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
R. C. BARKLEY.
Charleston, 6th March, 1867.
FROM THE FTBM OF CAMERON, BARKLEY k 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
. SAILORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILD, No. 103 East Bay.
December 24 3mo
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, .
No. 103 EAST BAT STREET,
December 21 3mo Under the Amerton Hotel
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEB E?
CLOTHS, CASHMERES A! MMS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 36 BROAD. STREET,
January 23 6mos CHARLESTON, & C.
-\TOW READY. AT FBOM M8 TO $26 ESR SUIT, *T.T.
1.1 complete, and MADE AT HOME exclusively by
SOUTHERN HANDS IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
S. C. The undersigned begs leave to inform his Mends
that he is receiving about 300 suite, made from English !
material, and imported direct by HENRY TRENOHARD,.
Esq., importer of British Woollens, No. 19 Exchange
street An early call is requested by .
WM. MAT HEESSEN, 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 bo glad to soe his old friends and custom?
ers, and has in storo a full aesortmenfof CLOTHS,
COATING, CASSIMERES and VESTINGS of every va?
riety, 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 k Co.),
will superintend tho Tailoring Department os usual, and
will give his especial attention to Cutting Garments, and
Making t.nd Trimming.
January 17 8mos
CARIURT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALER!)
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 67, 5J
and 61, Hudson street near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGEN EN.
December 10 Gmo A T. HAMILTON.
WILBUR & SON,
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
Nos. 13 andi 19 State street and Nos. 1 and 3
CHARLESTON, S. C.
SEWING MACHINE FOR $20.
THE MACHINE WILL STITCH, HEM, FELL, TUCK,
BRAID, tc, so simple that a child will easily man?
age it, is offered for salo, and can be seen at No. ll Ma
zyck street, No. 463 King street and at
W. L. WEBB'S Crockery Store,
February 15 mwf2mos No. 6 Hayno Btreet
HARRISON BARNET, MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER of WLNDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Bands, Pins, Tassels, Gimps, Loops, Cords, Ac. ; White
and Buff Hollands; No. 126 WILLUM STREET, ootween
Fulton and John streets, New York.
Store and Oflice Shades made to order.
WILLIAM 0. 61LLILAI?D & SON,
Real Estate Agent?, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 30 HAINE STREET.
F?ANCJ8 1). LEE,
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
HAVING RETURNED TO THE CITY, MAY BE
found at his Olhce, LAW RANGE, Broad strcot.
March 2 stulU
UT AP COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 3S &m\ 40 Park Row.
ISAAC DAVEGA, )
G?O?'.?E E. YOUNG, J HEW YORK.
atlBABB L, ??cKKNZII,)
CTATTISHS SlfCCKfiDJW TO THF VOEE1GK ?OLL?fc
O. TK? B?SiNKSH ol Meara i. BIENEY, PBS??.
?"Ir?^ A FLANDERS, wo ?Ul attend to the collection c?
,-tet dna ?hfl maturing claims throaghoct tho Unitaf
B:_E S.Z.'. '. nada.
C'JMJ?^?IOjNMSa TOM ALL TB* ST Af Mt,
ROCERY, AND MISCELLANEOUS.
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
? AURELS NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE EXTRA
> FLOUT.? nt $12.50 per bri
- barreb Now York and Baltimore Super Flour, at
- barrels Now York and Baltimore Fine Floor, at
$11 per bbl
350 b?rrele Golden Sheaf Family Jlour ."-> .
300 barrels Spring Water Extra Flour
400 barrels Baltimore and New York Super Flour
350 barrels Fine Middling Flour ? :_. .
Landing ex steamers Falcon and Florida. -
10 hhds. Bacon Clear Sides
10 linds. Bacon Shoulders . , , .
60 kegs-Lard ; - .. JL ... ;
1000 bogs Corn.
Ill of which will be sold low, by
STENHOUSE 4 CO.,
No. 110 East Bay, corner Fraser's "Wharf.
March 20_r _ .3
CORN AND HAT.
\C\C\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, FOB
Sale from wharf.- Also 100 BALES HAY. 1 .
Apply to COURTENAY t TRENHOLM,
March 20_1_- Union Wharves.
BACON, PORK, HAMS, &c/
\f \ HHD3. BTRICTLY CHi.-.TE.CLEAR SIDES
l\J 25 hhds. Strictly Choice Bib Sides
30 rhds. Strictly Choice Shoulders.
25 bbls. Heavy Western MESS PORK
50 kegs Pure Leif Lard
50 tierces-Choice Sugar Cured Hams.
100 half16 } 1)0X63 ADAMANTINE CANDLES ' ??? .
100 boxes English Dalry Cheese - "'. . -
2C00 sacks Liverpool Salt
Molasses, Sugar, Ac
For salo by HENRY COBLA & CO.
March 19 . : : ,. .3
LANDING FROM SCHOONER "E. C HOWARD."
Foraaleby - - a.? ?'- ?- ~ OLNEY & CO.
March 19-.? .y ? ? . ;. --. j?
ALLSOPS CHAMPAGNE ALE.
*(\ CASKS-QU ARTS AND PINTS-JU8THE(3FJVED
y\j direct from tho bottlers ex "Southern Bights.
For sale by "W. C. BEE & CO., ; - ',; 5
Corner East Bay and Vanderhorsfs "Wharf.
March 18._ .. mwf3
TUTE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY NOTIFIES
JL bis friends and tho public generally, that he has
ust opened a FRESH STOCK OF GEOCEETEB, WINES
nd LIQUORS, which he offers st very low pricea, and
ol iel ta a share of their former patronage.-.
Ail goods sold are warranted as represented, and will
?e delivered free in any part of the city. - " "
JOSEPH H. OPPIOTEJM;-Agent, -. .
No. 432 King, comer Hudson Btreet,
March 8 fmwfl Opposite Citadel Square.
SIDES AND SHOULDERS. "
HHDS. BACON SIDES, PRIME f
4 boxes Bacon Sides, Plantation Meat
C hhd?. Bacon Shoulders, prime
1 hhd. Bacon Shoulders, Plantation. Meat
6 boxes Bacon Shoulders, Plantation. Meat.
For sale low by BRUNS * BEE, -\
March 13 tnthsmwfO ? No.-78 Eist Bay.'
CORN! OATS! FLOTO !
LANDING AND TN ST?HE.
1 OAAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE AND YEL
8000 bushels primo white Oats.'
1000 bushels prime Black Seed Oats.
600 BBLS. EXTRA, SUPER AND MIDDLING FLOUR.
For sale low, while landing, by " .*..
JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.,
No. 14 Market street, oppostte. State Btreet. -
March 18_w, , . ?
FAA BU8HELSr"OWENS" BEST SELECTION OF
OUU COTTOR ? SEED. For sale by
March 18 . J.-Bj. AIKEN.* CO.
ST A A A BUSHELS GOOD SEED BICE.
OUuU For sale bj; ?? : : J. D. AIKEN A CO,
March 18 ,. South Atlantic Wharf.
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
BEST QUALITY OAK $6 & DELIVERED. PINE
85 60 delivered. : By: RODDIN & CAMPBELL,
Wood Factors, HaeeL Btreet Wharf!
Orders left at B. RODDIN & CO.'S ?Stables, Meeting
street, will meot with prompt attention.. March 15
WM. S. CORWIN & GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS TN
CHOICE F A?lL? GR0?BES,
' - AND^TMPX5BTEB?: OP'., j1 '
MB. EVERT E BEDFORD, THE MANAGER OF
. THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to the customers and patrons fbi their liberal
patronage and appreciation of. the quality of goods pur?
chased by to?m during tho .'post year. It noa been, and
always wffl i* tur aim, to PLEAS rt OUR CUSTOMERS,
and as we oder for -aale the first quality of all kinda of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc, wo hatter ourselves
that; with our flHaUttfla; can give general satisfaction
toalL . - " " ' "
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engager' to assist in
the management; would be pleased to seo his friends at
No. 260, assuring them that ail' gooda purchased are
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED. ~
THAT WE SELL ARE IMPORTED DIRECT BY W. S.
CORWIN k CO., and pass through no other hands, en?
abling us not only to WAH RANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at the following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON..........'."$2 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON...1 50 to 1 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER.-. 3 25
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST..2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST..1 60
CHOICEST OOLONG........ 2 00
CHOICE OOLONG.........*............. 1 50
We keep, also, a supply of cheaper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at $1 60
per pound.. . 9
Just received, a new supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE,
45c.: PARCHED, 50c; GROUND, 62c. ; OLD RIO," 35c.
The PARCHED COFFEE wo represent to bosof *the
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 LAGUA YEA.
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended to by
one of tho Managers. Goods delivered to ali paris of the
City FREE OF CHARGE
A supply of GOSHEN. DAIRY BUTTES win arrive on
Tuesday. 3mo s. . February 4
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & GO., JilANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
30th of each month. Scheme, 82,000 tickets-627
prizes. Whole tickets, $12; halves, $6; quarters, $3;
eighths, SI 60. . -
1 Prize of.$50,000 2 Prizes of.$5,000
1 Prize of...:.?20,000 29 Prizes of..?,000
1 Prize of.$8,000 OS-Prizes of...;.. ... .'.$400
1 Prize of..;$7,000 155 Prizes of.. $200
.20 Prizes of 4-125. :
64 Approximation Prizes amounting to $9,900.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
$1 to $10.
Curcuirrs sent tree. Drawings maded aa soon os the
Lottery ia drawn. . .
Address H. t- PP?KRS, United Stiles License-! Aj/ent,
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February 20_ 3mo
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMSSIOX MER?
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCH' IE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM
October 26_. _
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D. A. WALKER.A. F. CHEVREUX.
February 25 mwlO
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March 21 wfmlyr
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February 7 Gmo
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