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(HAKLESTON DAILY NEWS,
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Gold closed in New York at 343c. Cotton wi?
heavy, and.declined Jc; Middling Uplands quoted
Cotton closed in Liverpool easier, at 133@13Jc.
for Middling Uplands.
A ton of merchandise is carried from Liverpool
to this country for ?7, whereas a ton of lottcrs
costa ?3581. When shall we havo cheap ocoan pos
A gentleman in Boston, who prefers that his
joanie should not bo known, has given 5100,000 to
found a theological school (Episcopal) at Cam
fridge. E. S. RAND, Esq., Hon. R. C. WDITHIIOP
and Judge J. P. PUTNAM aro appointed trustees ol'
The Nova Scotia Parliament met on Saturday
The Governor's Breech congratulates tho Hoiwe
npon the pw?;.erons and pcacenblo condition of
the Province and the succoss of tho confederation
amendment. A lively session is anticipated.
An esohange says : Mr. Senator 'WILSON wants
zne Government tb take charge of the bounty due
the negro soldiers, because they have not sonso
enough to take care of it themselves. Ho tlion
wants the negroes to tako charge of tho Govern?
The ?V. O. Times ot Saturday says : The officers
of the French frigate Megore, who ave stopping at
the St. Louis Hotel, are said to boar dispatches an?
nouncing to the Emperor NAPOLEON tho complote
retirement of the French troops from Mexico,
The'intelligence will be telegraphed direct.
Tho New Y?rk'2Vi&u?ie has a telegram from San
Francisco, March ?G, saying that Gen. HORAN, Im?
perialist, commanding the City of Mexico, address?
ed a proposition of arrangements to Gen. LIVCA.
^Republican, commanding Cuernavaca, to surren
der the city. The Liberals are in peaceful posses?
sion of Acapulco.
Thc ex-Grand Duke of Tuscany has Bent in
^fclaim to the Italian "Government for the i estera
lion of his personal property, which he'values
?bout 50,000,000 of livres. Among tho articles h
claims are throe Raphaels, and a great number of
exquisite works of art in silver, gold and precious
During the late cold weather, on the Ogsdons
Jrorg frontier, RIOT ?RE Hajos wis detected, as sla?
ted, in smuggling liquor from Canada. Ono of
the beams in his sleigh rack was bored about seven
feet with a two-inch augur, and contained about
three gallons of whiskey. It was so constructed
ss to deceive the most prying eyes, and was dis?
covered by the merest accident.
The population of London is over three millions,
jvhich is considerable larger than the population
of all England in the day of RICHABD H. The
London of SHAKSPEASE'S time was a village; oven
in the reign of JAMES I it was but 153,000 inhnbi
iants. Tn 1810 it had increased to 1,000,000; in
1831 it swelled to 1,500,000; in 1840 it had passed
2,000,000, and so has gone on until now. when it
xurmbers 3,000,000 and upwards.
The Rio Grande Courier has the following extra?
ordinary puff: "The pistols used on tho occasion
tot the recent 'duel' on tho 'other side,' wore from,
the well-known establishment of WESEL & DE
CRESS, of this eily. AU gentlemen who wish to
'do likewise' can find a splendid assortment of
jnost approved arms-also, ammunition of all
kinds-at their house, on Elizabeth street."
jp. The Columbus Sun says : "We have been kindly !
furnished with the following statement of the
shipments of Sea Island Cotton from the ports of
Jacksonville and Palatka, Fla., from the 1st of
September, I860, to the 15th of March, 1867 : Ship?
ped from Jacksonville, 6200 bales ; shipped from
> Jalatka, 3300 bales: total, 9500 bales._Ofjhe
went to Charleston, and 2300 bales went to New
- lort Much of the New York Cotton was shipped
Tia Charleston and Savannah.
The Busk (Texas) Observer says : "Capt.VEmso
Jias deposited in our office a deer skin, the hair of
which ia pure white. The animal has frequently
been seen by hunters in this vicinity, during the
fall and winter, and was killed by Mr. STAFFORD,
ons day last week, about five miles from town, It
TS also his opinion that this unusual color of the
Siair was caused by extreme old age, and that it
was nearly blind from the same cause, its eyes
presenting a very glassy and unusual appearance.
Earl DEEBX has officially announced in the Eng?
lish Parliament that the Turkish Government oas
granted all tho demands of the Servians, and that
Servia is now practically free. Turkish accounts
claim a victory of the Government troops over tho
insurgents in Thessaly. As regards Crete, wo aro
told by cable dispatches that the Turkish Govern?
ment has - consented to the return of the Cretan
.exiles, that the reforms in favor of tho Cretans
will be hastened, and that the .Cand?an deputies
have reached Constantinople.
'-; H. PAUL HEDONTN, of Rouen, a member of nany
Seamed societies, has invented an apparatus to
Which he has given the name of "Electro-Bathom?
eter," which can determine with exactness the
depths, which have hitherto remained unknown.
Some experiments haye probably already taken
place near far is, The depth of the Seine, and
?hat of the Bois de Boulogne, are not, indeed, im?
measurable by the old method, but M. HEDONTN
wishes to prove that he can ascertain correctly
ivith his apparatus any depth whatever. The
?hock of his sounding lead against the bottom de?
termines a magnetic current which indicates at
?he surface, with electric promptitude, the precise
instant of contact.
? The trustees of the Peabody Fund for the edu?
cation of people in the South, says the New Tfork
JSvening Post of .Monday, are to hold an official
session at the Fifth Avenue Hotel thia Week, when
jit is expected that Mr. PEABODY, the donor of this
Splendid fund, will be present to give his views on
ihe disposition of his princely gift. The majority
cf the trustees will dine together to-morrow, and
Mr. PEABODY, who is now the guest of Genoral
WETMORE, has selected at the Fifth Avenue Hotel
Ihe apartments of the distinguished gentlemen
composing the Board of Trustees. The session
promises to be a very importent one, as the bone
31 te of the fund are at once to be directed to '.he
purpose for which it was designed.
-The New Orleans Price Current, ot tb" 9th, pub?
lishes the result of its information collected re?
garding the i cast nmwn'a ooRor and: molasses
crop.' It' gives returns from 328 plantations, thc
aggregate product from which is given nt 30,767
'hogsheads. There were 347 plantations under
partial cultivation, and the estimates, from the
.Whole, range from 33,000 to 42,000 hogsheads. The
estimates from the molasses crop- reach" 05,000
barrels, at 65 gallons to the hogshead, on a basis
tot40,000 hogsheads, comprising 40 gallon? to the
Jjarrel. The plantations under culti vatio a before
ihe war are numbered At 1291; the crop of 1861-'2
(the largest ever raised) waa 459,410 hogsheads. '
MR. PEABODY'S GIFT, .TO . THE -LONDON ?oofc
"Prom the statement of the trastees . of this gift
for 1866, it appears that'the original fond has been
increased by the earnings of interest and rente to
Jthe extent of ?15,416 8a. lld., making thosthnto
lal of the trust to the end of December, .1866,.
??165,418 8s. lld. The buildings at Spitalfields and
Jalington continue to be fully .occupied. The sani?
tary; condition of the buildinge continues highly
satisfactory. Four blocks of buildings, affording
accommodation for ' one hundred and ninety-five
lainiliee, haye just been completed at Shadwell,
sad named, like those' at Islington, Peabody
Square. These, when filled, together with the
orhers now occupied, will contain about four hun?
dred families, numbering about two thousand per*
According to a return Just issued by thoPrae
Sian War office, the total number of troops brotffht
Jay Prussia into the field 'during the last war was
?69,076. Of 01686 442,466 belonged to the stead?
ing army, 129,025 to the reserve, and 97,588 to gar?
risons. At the close of tho war there were still
200,000 troops, consisting of 80 squadrons of the
Landwehr, SS fourth battallions of the armv, ayl
nearly the whole Of _ the Landwehr of tho second
ison who had not been,called into th&fierd. .' The
jLandwehr was thu* distributed : 24 infantry, bit^1
feltons, of802 men each, w^re attached to the first
corpa of reserve; 52 squadrons of cavalry to tho
Cavalry of the line, and 92 infantry battalions, 14
Sqnadrons of cavalry, 120 compares of artillery,
jand 26 detachments of pioneers wero employed in
LARGEST CIRCULATION.- The DAILT
NEWS puUishcs the Oficial List of Let?
ters remaining rn thc Posloffice at thc end
of each week, agreeably to the followbuj
section of the New Postqficc Law, as the
neiospaper having the largest circulation in
the City oj Charleston:
SECTION A And bo it further enacted. That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Post?nico in any etty,
town or village, where a newspaper shall he printed,
tuiall hereafter ho published once only in the newspaper
which; hoing published weekly or oftener; shall have tho
largest circulation within range of delivery of tho said
MS- Ad communications intended for pttUicatxon tn
Ulis journal must be addressed to the Editor of Vye
Da ily Weirs, No. IS irayncstreet, CJiarleston,S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Davy
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
tions. , ..'
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa?
nied willi the easlu > - ... -_
THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 21,1867.
ANDREW JOHNSON ON REPUDIATION.
Our Northern exchanges are very much exercis?
ed at a letter published in the New York Citizen ot
tho 9th instant, written from Washington by ita
editor, Gen. HALPUTE, ["Miles C-'Reuey"]; and giv- ?
ing tho particulars of a conversation he had with
thc President on tho subject of the national debt
Mr. JOHNSON holds that repudiation is inevitable if |
the present policy of Congress continues. But,
on so important a topic, we prefer to give his own
We aro drifting toward repudiation; and tue
moneyed aristocracy of the national debt-the
very mon whose interests are most jeopardized
aro'BO blind that they are practically helping to ac- j
col?rate, not'"check, oin* course In this downward
direction. Wc need tho industry ?uni enormous
Sossible products of tho latclj revolted States to
olp us in bearing our heavy burden. We need
confidence and calm-we need internal harmony;
and above alL'we need a return to the unquestioned
Bnnrflmanjr of thn r-iv? i..????kd cumratuaonai re?
straints.- if our; debt is not to Do repudiated within
the next half-score of years. * * * *
"No party aa. yet-and possibly no party for some
years-will oponly hoist the banner of repudiation.
Buta majority of those who shaped the legisla-'
tion of this last Congress must knesr-unless they
deceive themselves, or aro too ignorant to appreci?
ate their own acts-that we are drifting in that ;
direction, and that it is hy their votes we have
been swung out into the downward stream.
Doubtless, some of them would either be, or affect
to fool, horrified if to-day branded as repudiation- !
ists-just as, in, 'the infancy of the Freesoil agita
tion, it was considered a bitter slander if tho 'Free
soilcr'should be styled an 'Abolitionist.' There
are steps in everything, and the term of reproach
to-day will be worn as a feather in the cap some
vears from now, unless the true conservative wis?
dom of - tho country can be awakened-and rapidly
-from its asphyxiating dream that our 'national
debt is a national blessing.'' . : ' 1 , ?
"And look at the effect of the Reconstruction
Bill just passed over my una'vAiling veto 1 I mean j
its peculiar effect aa a stop in tho direction of repu?
diation, ondnot ita general effect aa a high-hand?
ed meonuro of Congressional usurpation, striking
out of existence so many Statos, and establishing
a military despotism over more than one-third of <
our geographical Union, Thia Bill auddenly adds
four millions of ignorant and penniless negroes to
tho voting force of the country-an accession of
just so much strength to thc party whose interest
it is, and must increasingly become, to favor repu?
diation as a polioy. To secure the public.' credit,
our effort should oo-^-if that were possible-^to res?
trict, rather than to extend tho right of suffrage ;
for money rapidly aggregates in a few hands, and
whenever the men wno have an interest in seeing
that our national debt is paid, shall have become
out of all proportion few compared with those who
hove an interest in its repudiation, the votes of tho
many wBl carry it ; and the debt of three thousand
millions will be struck out of existeno9 by ballots,
just as rapidly and utterly as the similar 'amount
invested in Southern negroes has been abolished
during the recent war under showers of bullets."
Of course the Radical prosa ia indignant; They
cannot say that the President is wrong ' either in
Iiis premisos or in his conclusions ; but still it is
contended he ought not to give utterance to such
views ; as if his commenting on so stupendous a
tact could make, the slightest difference in the
course of events. Instead of heeding his warning
voice, he is abused as . n, wilful and -malicious
prophet of evil. The New York Tribune of the
11th says: . ..:;'....
We protest against tho President's imputation on1
tho morality and honor of.the negroes.'. Many of
them may be ignorant ;-jet they Know .that tho
national debt is thc price of then- freedom. There
may possibly be found a low caste negro here and
there whom tho Copperheads can seduce into vot?
ing f?r repudiation ; nut no colored person who has
any self-respect or regard for his reputation would.
associate with or countenance such; a; scandal to
If over repudiation shall be attempted in
earnest, the national debt will be found to resem?
ble the farmer's stone wall five feet thick and four
high, so that it was higher after it fell down than
b??Qrcu_ jpQJtojwdjalfijfl i^fMte?"wnft;n*''grSenn
back or national bank, all the deposits iii saving s
as well aa other banks, all tho receipts of rail?
roads, ?to., &c. There are not five legal voters in
each hundred that "would not be impoverished by
tho b uro attempt The mere suspicion that they
might attempt it if fully in power, will consider?
ably help to keep tho Copperheads in the minority
for many years to como.
The Tribune is doubtless, correct;, in assuming
that repudiation^ the national debt would swamp
moneyed men everywhere; but it should remember
that the number, of those who have nothing to
lose is always greater in every society than those
who have. . Taxes are. onerous under all circum?
stances, and when they become oppressive and
there is any apparent way of escape demagogues,
aro very apt to find it out, and us? Bu?h fact to
their advantage, lt is, of course', to ba hop 2d that
tho colored voters will take the advice given'in the
above extract from tho New York' Tribune, aa also
the advice tendered the 'Virginia negroes: a few
days ago in the same journal to follow. Gov. PKTB- .
POINT'S counsels rather than Mr. HUNNICUTT'S.
THE UNIVERSITY OE1 SOUTH CAROLINA.
In a previous article on this ' subject'wo gave ex
pression to a doubt "in regard to iic twMnesa of I
the policy of adding a Medical College to the old
South Carolina College in Columbia, now known as
the University of South Carolina, '. We suggested
the propriety of adopting tho old M?dical College
in this city for this purpose. Ita being at a dis?
tance -from the school of arts, and of law, so far
from being an objection,'is rather an advantage,
independent of the superior facilities a city and
aoaport"'like oura". affords. for. the .prosecution bf j
m?dical studies. i ''/ L . -
The Uniyeraity of New York, altiiough located in
the some city with the Medical College, and called
by ita name, to all intenta and purposes, is a totally
distinct institution. The University .' Medical Col
lego-has always occupied ' a distinct building at a
distance from "Washington Square, where thc Fac?
ulty of Arts hold forth ; and the two never como in
contact, as far as. we know, except on commence?
ment days, when, as a matter' of form, the Chan- i
cellor of the University delivers an address to the
medical graduates. The same thing obtains in
the University of Pennsyl varna. Ta the University
of "Virginia, a quasi Medical Department has been
carried -on for a ; number ' of years,- but owing
to tho1 Interior- situation of Charlottsvins
and. its village character, the school never
attained to tho respectability of a first class
medical college; never had 'mowo:, than ' a
small number of students, and was overshadowed
by tho. college at Bichmond. ' A move was recently
mode before the Legislator? of Virginia to unite
the medical schools at Charlottesville "and Rich?
mond, and transfer tho property of the latter to
the caro bf the Trustees of. tho ' Uaivareity. sTEhe
Coimnitteo onSchobis as? CoUeg?tfirFth? Lower
House hold a meeting to consider Ino subject a lew
days ago, and refused toTnterfere with' the exist?
ing arrangement by a vote of 4 to 3. We incline to
think that the result would have been otherwise, if
some of the Committee had not felt doubtful about
the right of tho T^gislatare so ffliHtp* change Mr.
Jjarraasos's original plan,-which certainly included
the teaching of the medical" sciences ?ai. hi* Uni?
versity." . : ;'. ;., ";, '.',.".'
.Oxford , and Cambridge, two of the oldest ?n4.
most celebrated rmiversities in the world,- have:
none of these professional schoqla. attached to
thom, And tho best writers on" the subject of
eduction,'Sir "WILLIAM HA?LTON among thenv;
haye pronounced against tho policy of combining
the two. ?n fact, ii raps directly counter to the
highest arti most philosophical view of education.
Medicine in London, and, in fact, nearly all over
Europa, 'is,^uow taught in hospitals, and not in
sountry schools. ":
We hopo.the Trustees of our University will re-'
consider this matter, and rescind .their action.
Ehis is no time for new experiments. In th?
ar osent convulsed state of publio affairs, we should
let well enough alono. We have no interest what- |
>ver to subserve in our advocacy of thia measure,
?ave the good of,the State, and the cause of ?da?
tation. W* would rather see one gcod schPoL
reHj officered, and of a high standard bf scholar
mipt, than adosen mstihrtipns tmch as havehitb
arte'.disgraced a largo part of the United States.
UUBKnCTES OP FRENCH JOURNALISM.
M.i SR GzEAttiUN, -tho distinguished editor of
ia l?beri?; itappeara, is to; furnish/tho first case
rider the hew law- regulating the pres*. "'_"He was.
ummonedpp'mea?.before .M.' JD?'..0o?w,?tbe.
'Judge orlustaiction.H Twenty,yean ago,the
ame: M. DE GI?AEDIN, then chief editor of La
''reste, had - a similar eummona to appear before
lie Chamber Of Pyira, where he pleaded pis omi '
'ic-, v ' . ?' ~-?;.;.-;'."...' ':'..:'....:?'?,..
causo, and Tf&a acquitted by a vote of one hundred
and thirty-four against sixty-flvo. In his paper ho
Bays that ho will again appear before tho Judge in
1867, as in 1847, without counsel, pleading his con?
viction that, if ho has used his right as a momber
of tho press, ho u?? .not abused ii.
Tho printer of La LVwrie also shared tho honor
of this summons, to appear on Wednesday, March
6, before the 6th Chamber, and answer to a charge
of having endeavored to bring tho Government
into disrepute, spoken disrespectfully of it, and
stirred up hatred against it. Tho punishment for.
this off.nea by the law of May 17,1819, is impris?
onment of from ono month to four years, and a
fine from 150 francs to 4000 franca. . It is thought
by those who know the feeling in Government
circles 'hat M. DE Gm ARD IN will got tho tull extent
of tho law. Tho Emperor and his Ministers aro
much embittered by the invectives they wore
obliged to boara few days before from the eloquent
JULES FAVBE and his compeers, and will scarcely
be magnanimous enough to allow this opportunity
to pass without teaching tho ultra-Liberals a
WAA TKO-A FEW MORE WHITE M EV,
to work on a plantation near the city. Floes very
healthy-great inducements offered. Apply at No. 09
TBAPP STREET._tutos_March ia
AWIDOW LADY WISHES A SITUATION
in some respectable family. Is capable of doing any !
Und of Sowing. Any one desiring such a ono wul
please make application at this office.
TO RENT. ~
TO RENT, PORTION OF?% RESIDENCE
in Kassau street near Woolie. Oas and Cistern on
the premises. R. M. MARSHALL tc BRO.,
Brokers and Real lia tato Agents,
March 21 1 No. 33 Broad street.
rpo RENT, A SHALL HOUSE,WITH FIVE
X Booms and Kitchen, <n Wentworth street, two or
turee minutes walk from tue Poa tofflcc. Apply at Ko. 46
WENTWORTH BTREET. . . March 13
-\nJlfAN's FARM, WEST END OE NUNAN
J3i STREET, TO RENT. Apply on tho premises.
March 1 ? - ' ._i
rvyo iiisriT %m WK SALE CHEAP, THE
A delightful RESIDENCE No. S Ashloy street For
particulars, address B. F., Dally News Office.
February 20 ,
BOARDIN G?-TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN
can be accommodated with good Boord and a
pleasant room, on application at No. C9 CHUROS
STREET, west side, near Trodd.
A few DAY BOARDERS con also be accommodated.
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A FEW BOARD?
ERS can bo accommodated at No. 92 KINO STREET,
east side, near Broad. A few, Toy Boarders can be ac?
commodated. ... . . " Januarys!
BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
MES JOHN LAURENS, ASSISTED BY THE BEY.
W. B. W. HOWE, ot No. 13 Coining street,
j. erm commencing October 1st. and oudmg J oty ..sr.
For particulars apply as above.
October 18 ' th
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY,
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
Er?ry atieniion given to the sale
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOB ANT* DELTVER FREIGHl
TO ' 'J?NY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
AprillO _'_AngUKa, Ga.
' MEDICATED PAPER,
ASURE CURE FOB THE PILES, PUT UP IN
PACKAGES of I00O pieces. "
Price' 60 cents. For sale by
March 18 Imo_No. 69 BROAD STREET.
. .'_ -.^jySi^OT?lJ) OPERA
JL TOR, ja catering to, at the OLD STAR GALLERY,
where ho wal give his attention to securing the shadow
ere the substanoe lades-especially the OIL nnd PORCE?
LAIN PORTRAITS, of which competition is defied. Spe?
cimens can ba seen, taken from life, and. small pictures
enlarged at the Gallery, southeast corner King and Mar?
ket stree tat" Charleston. February 21
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LAUGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable for Gentlemen, La?
dies and Children. and being desirous of diminishing our
Stock before the season advances too tar, we would espe?
cially draw the attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which wfll be made In our prices for the -next two
or three weeks from date.
? ' Apply at tho . , DEPOSITORY;
January 29-? " . . No. 17 Chalmers street,
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Baise Sup?
plies tor the year 1887," is published tor Ihe information
of persona ?oiling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents of "this oily. All such persona ore hereby
nooned to report at this office.
""Three doilars.on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by persons not residents, by ?imp?o or
'otherwise." ' "' " W. H. SMITH,
March 8 _ Clark of Councu.
THE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO. IS
published at Marlon, S.-C, In the central portion
of the country, and offers a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Druggists, Machinists, and all classes who dean-?
to extend their business in the Pee Dee country. .
For the benefit af our advertising patrons, we sholl, in
addition to our subscription list, -sfhieh is constantly in?
creasing, publish and distribute gratuitously 3000 extra
coplea of the STAR, daring the business sasSOB thia
Fafl. , ..; ? ? .-.- '
Rates of Advertising liberaL ..;,.- ' .
-; " ' W. J. McKERALL,
November 20.. - ?"? ?'- Editor and Proprietor.
WILLIAM BROOKS ANES,
STEAM GAS FITTER ASO PLUMBER,
"PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, OAS
X FITTING ' ' AND PLUMBING . PROMPTLY : AT.
1KNDJE? IO, ... : "-"' No. U6.KING STREET,
. August 31 .Between Broaa safra onew streets.^
" - . . OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
. .:MarchLJ86T.J . :
ALL TAYEKN-KEEPER8, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous Iinji nra, within the city Emits, who
have' not executed their bondsand taken out tho proper
cards tb show -that they have license to BCR. will be re?
ported as not complying with the law, alter Monday, 6th
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have the
same placed in o conspicuous place lathe window. AH
failing to. observe this notice wfll also he reported,.after
the abovo-m an tl onad time. W. H. SMITH,
March 2 ' Clerk of Cotmcflv
., "..."" PUBLIC NOTICE. ) ?,:. "?.
ti.?.:, ? ' - OFFICE OF "CITY TREASURY. 1 .
_.. ..? ._.- ?" ? '- January 3,1867. J.
T> UBXIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
X the following Ordinance licenses have boen, prepared
for delivery from thiaOffice '"' 'g. THOMAS,
? " City Treasurer.
Sic L Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
Pity Oovnrilartrtibled, That from tod after the first day
of January, licenses shall bc. taken out for aB carts, drays
and wagons, used for private ozid domestic purposes, in
the same manner, and according to the same provision*
now of force in relation to carta, drays and wagons, let or
drlvanflbi Ure, except giving bonds,': And each such
cart; dray OT wa?on, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining the number- thereat and marked Frivaie, to be
placed on tho ontside of the Bhafl.
Ba?-, 2. No person shaU be taken by the Treasurer os
Sro. ?. The following- sholl hereafter bo tho rates for.
licenses for pubHo and private earta, drays; wagons, &c
moluding the horses or mules used thereof, which shaU
be free from other taxation; ? - ~" " : "" .a , v'-.
TOBUO CABTC, KBA-ai, gre, CB. THOSE ?1?PLOVED ET AST
injslyia. WHAirvxa, yo? aaa nraxcrr om nromacr.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
mulevJVan."-.^': ; .o:.-,.'... . "
For ?very cart, dray ar wagon," drawn by two hones cir
: For every back and carriage with two wheels, tao.
For. every hack and corrioT with four wheels, US).
_FcrJerery stage or omnibus (except lino omnibus),
withiwo horses, S50.
"Star .every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus)
drown by four homes, $60. . . ^ -
^For every Irtick drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For wary^express wagon drawn by two or more horses
BBXAD' CASTS ?Stt>~ 7SZVAXX C ABT?, DBATJL ETC.
For overy bread, cart or wagon, ?M. '
?. 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, mftrr.handlae, lumber, or ?ny
other commodity, for -compensation; either directly or
indirectly for the some, shall pay for a license the sum of
SB, exclnstveof theIXOSW'OTnonie. "? - ;.*.,.? *
.M.. : Rifled la City Council, thia 16th day or January.
'[I.S.} in tho year of oar Lord one thousand eight hun
' " dred and slxty-stx. '., ... ? " ,. .... ,.
i-' ?. - P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
" ' h.... BytheMayor. .'. . 'TT "
Januarys .. W. H. SMITH, Clerk of CouncIL
f S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H., AT
JL ?3 por annum, and, having a large circulation
?arofgh all the upper and lower Districts of the State,
viSords great advantage? to advertisers. -
Taloa for advertising very reasonable-for Thiel, apply
lo ocr Agent, Mr, T. P. SLIDER, at the H?ls Howe,
. THOS. F. tm. H.-SBENEKUK.
November is Editors ?ad r.opnetor*.
UNION KILWINNIN G I.< 1JGE, No. 4. A. F. M.
THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS L'.?DGE
will bo held TACj Evening, tho ilst ln?t., at Masonic
Hall, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Candidates for tho E. C. Degrco will bo punctual.
Uv o: lier nf Hw, w M WM. E HOWLAND,
GERMAN TOLVSTEKR ASSOCIATION.
THE KEGTJI.AK MONTHLY MEETING OF THIS
Association wia bo held To-Xight, Thursday; March
21st, at the Hall of Mr. Lindstodt, corner or King aud
Calhoun streets. Tho arrear list will be read. Punctual
attendance is requested.
March 21 1? OUST. HOFFMEYER. Secretary.
STONEWALL FIRE ENGINE COMPANY;
A TTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OP
xa. your Company. This Evening, at Market HaU, at 8
By order : W. G. MILLER,
March 21 I " " "? Secretary.
FOR SALE. AFINE SPRINGER, AT THE
point of calving, perfectly gentle, and is, in all re?
spects, suitable fora Family Cow, and has given every
indication ora larj;o quantity of milk, which is vory visi?
ble to tho purchaser, removing everything io the way of
a mysterious purchase Apply at'No. 30 CANNON
STREET. Charleston. 1? Slarch 21
FOR SALE, THE BEAUTIFUL RESI?
DENCE, No. 74 Hasel street, occupied by Dr.
chteolni. This piece of property is considered one of
the most attractive ba the city.
For further informal ion apply to A. J. WHITE k SON
or to Dr. CHfSOL.-u. th! March 14
FOR SALE, A LARGE LIKELY MARE,
with a MULE COLT ten days old. Apply to H.
KODDIN k CO., Pavilion Hotel Stables, Meeting street.
March 20 _- 3
AT PRIVATE SALE, ONE OF PMELAN'S
first-class BILLIARD TABLES, with everything
complete and in good order. Can bc seen at the Phelan
Billiard Saloon, corner of Meeting and Market streets.
FOR SALE, TWENTY LARGE, FAT,
4 and 6-year old broko MULES: and THIRTY ?
and 4 year old. For sale at Mills House Stable. Apply
to H. W. CARTON. * January 14
-|7H>R ?ALE, A SCHOLARS HIP IN A PHIL V
Jj DHLPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery,
j This Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology. Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren. Principles and PracUco of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this ia one of the first Medical Universities of
tue country, a favorable opportunity is offered thone
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply nt this
Office. December IS
BOWERS & SILCOX,
HAVE REMOVED FROM THEIR OLD STAND,
Me;ting street, to No. 78 BROAD STREET, under
the Carolina Hotel, between Meeting and Church streets,
where they will be happy to meet their friends and cus?
tomers, and will attend to all business entrusted to thom,
having a spacious store-for tho salo of all kinds of MER?
CHANDISE. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac. On hand
constantly, PLANTATIONS, FARMS, HOUSES AND
LOTS FOR SALE. ' HORSES, MULES AND VEHICLES
of all descriptions will bo sold by them. They also so?
licit OUT-LOOR SALES, to which their personal atten?
tion will bo given. ADVANCES MADE and PROMPT
SETTLEMENTS for all sales. thmw3 March 21
DR. B. LEBBY'S OFFICE IS REMOVED FROM THE
Drug Store of E. H. Kellers k Co. to his residoncc.
No. 4 S BEAUFAJN STREET. Onice hours from'8 to 9 A.
j M. and 2 to 4 jj o'clock P. M. wf2? March 21
JH. HAPPOLDT HAS REMOVED HIS GUN ES
. tabhshmentto No. 110 MEETING STREET (near
1 Market), where be win continue to manufacture and im?
port to order. Double Guns, Rifles and Pistols. Repair?
ing and re-stocking executed in his usual stylo. A supply
of Guns, kc, always on hand.
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
j OFFICE, - - - Nb. 875 KING STREET,
KEABXT OPPOSITE EASEL.
nriHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH TN
I SERTED at moderate prices.
aSf- TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
NITROUS OX YD,
Or by DB. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
Marchs ...- . ruths6mo
DRY S00OS, ETC.__
GREiT ITTRMON !
JUST"" RECEIVED^ AND OPENING DAILY. A
splendid asesortmont of SPRING AND SUMMER
id everything else in the Staple and Fancy
DRY GOODS LINE.
The largest and most varied Stock in tho city, all of |
I which will be sold low for cash,
I WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Call and see, and you will find the cheapest, combined
with the most select Gooda, Ottered lower than ever since
No. 306 KO?C, STREET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts,
Mareil 12 . . tuthfiSmo
BRITISH SUMMER CLOTHS,
IMPORTE? ' DIRECT FROM ENGLAND.
OA AA YARDS. FOB SALE LOW BY
??UUU HENRY TREK CHA RD,
No. lfl Exchange street, Charleston, So. Ca.
March 12 _, - ... . ? ? into
NO. lilt IfflL\G STREBT, ?
CHARLESTON, S. O.
MARSHALL, BURSE & BOWEN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
! Domestic Dry Goods,
I ii VITE THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO
X their Stock, which is entirely nev, carefully selected,
and win be sold ot a small advance on first coat, for cash
or short time approved paper. . ". *"-.- *"
E. W:* MARSEALL.
-<t? W. T. BURGE.
' . ., , .;.;> . 'OL A BO WEH.' '
I THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION ot tho fdrmer patrons of Messrs. W. T.' BURGE &
OO. to our stock, wbAchfs LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during tbs recent depression in
Northern Marketa. Orders promptly executed. ?
Marchi . 2me W. T. BURGE.
;S. A. LAMBERtv "
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
.' ^^?iV:'^VYO-B?..'-;;';';;'_ .
'MW Agency - for ' EXTON'S ; PBEMTOM -TRENTON
CRACKERS. All orders tent will bo promptly attended
to.. : ,. j/..J',. v. . ;''sno? '.-" - D??mbejrli?v
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
TT AS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALHKR8
li street to NO. 83 CHURCH STREET, one dcor
uorto olKroan ?bw'.V /-? ' ". .. Ausnet tU .
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATTJBDAT -MORNING, AT
Orangeburg, 8. C. ITerms $2 par annum, in Ad?
vance; ' ? .--..- ..".?.-?...:-?/, .
" DurJEg the spring1 ana ran seasons extra copies of thc
OBABOZBTUIO liswa w?l be cu-ralsied for the benefit ot
our BdvorttsiMt patrons. -' y\:".; : '...
Contract Advertisements Inserted on ino most liberal
terms. Address . . , .'.. : SAMUEL DIBBLE, ' *
. .' t i ? ..Bdlt0rtOranf?trazsy??r*?
,; gohrntay^o .. ?rangetourg. 8. C,
: FIRE-LOAN. ? ...:!...? -A.-;- r,
. MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, )
<hrrHax^ November 9, isca. J
4 LL PERSONS DESIROUS OT BS3UTLDING IN THE
ISL'- Burnt Districts and Waste Places Bf the CKy,. un?
der "An Act of the Goncral Assembly, giving authority
to the City Council of Charlcctan to prooee.1 rn tho mat?
ter of a 2ire Loan, with a view to aid in banding np th*
City anew," ara hereby notified ?mt the form of appli?
cation for loan! ena be obtained at the office of the Clark
of Council, between the hours of 9 A M. and 2 P. M..
AH applications must be filed tn the above mentioned
amos, aa the Oomadtt^wBlnieet'eTsry JITswd^'iv^aM^
ifflftr t?vh larne ' . .-'*-?' "T. -
By order of tho Mayor ^:^':W.^??'.BMCtI^;:'''
.",;v!'.;';i'?;'':""fj'- ." . ' ''";"' ; .', . ? ;?
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
BACON, TOBACCO, &c, &c.
OA AAA roiiNDsPRIMEO, R. SIDES
iiU.UvV/ 0?00 pounds Primo lobbed Side?
WOO pound? Prime Breasts
C600 pounds Prune Shoulders
2"00 pounds Primo Strips.
14.000 pounds SHOULDERS
9000 pound? Ribbed Sidos
COO?) pounds C. R. Sidos
T00O pound? HaniH
2000 pounds Pork Heads.
SMOKING AND C'TIEV.'ING TOBACCO.
10 coses Nelson & Mcilwaine?* 8MOKING TO?
BACCO, "The great Southern Harmonizer"
10 cases Nelsou 4- Mcllwaine's Smoking'?"obacco,
C eases Keloon & Mcllwainc's Smoking Tobacco,
200 half boxos and caddies now Chewing Tobacco,
SALT, PAPER, PICKLES, ?tc.
100 sacks LIVERPOOL SALT
000 reams Wrapping Paper
80 boxes tickles. Brandy, Fruits, Sauces, kc. Ax
7 casks Crosse & Blackwell's Chow-Chow and
200 boxes Smoked Herrings.
Landing, and for Bale by
"LAURE!" 4: ALEXANDER,
March 21 _lhs2_No. 137 East Boy._
BACON. FLOUR, COFFEE, ?ci
ir AAA POUNDS C. R. SIDES
10,UUU 5 bhds. Cboico Shoulders
IR barrels Choice Hams, Strips and Shoulders
300 barr?lo Faintly, Extra, Super and Middling
10 bogs Prime Rio and Java Coffee
5 hhds. Primo P. R. Sugar and Molasses
Butter, cheese. Lard, Teas
Candles, Soaps, F. M. licet
With full supplies of Groceries, landing and in store.
For sale by J. & F. DAWSON,
March 19 tuth2 No. 90 East Bay.
COAL ! COAL ! ! COAL ! ! !
rTTHE VERY BEST B. A. COAL FOR PARLOR OR I
I cooking purposes', for sale low, for cash. by
BUDD k BLAH Pl.
March 21 1 Boyce's Wharf.
AMUSICAL AND THEATRICAL
ENTERT AI > MENT
Will bo given This Ermina, at S}4 o'clock. Tn oonoludo
GRAND TABLEAUX VIVANT.
March 21 1_THE COMMITTEE.
GREAT COMBINATION SHOW,
FROM NEW ORLEANS,
Where it hos been reorganized and refitted for its
Second Annual Tour through the
IN SELECTING AND ARRANGING THEIR GREAT
attraction for their COLOSSAL EXHIBITION, lt has
boon tho aim of the Management to present, for the pa?
tronage of tho public, an entertainment tbat Rh oil com?
bine all tho clements of NOVELTY, CURIOSITY AND
EXCELLENCE; und. with a lavish expenditure of timo
and inoucy, they have organized and perfected tho great
combination, combininu. under one immcuBO pavilion,
for ONE PRICE OF ADMISSION.
SA CR ED BULL!
PROF. THOMPSON S
TRAFN?ED BSE AR S!
GREAT COMBINATION SHOW !
Bi pleased to be enabled to present on array of artistic
names comprising the best in tho world I Better Riders,
greater Equestrians, bolder Gymnasts, more daring Acro?
bats, finer blooded Horses, smaller Ponies, funnier Mules,
more original Clowns, than any Company now travelling I
Witness the following list, comprising only a portion of
the performers, forming the great Congress of Artists,
connected with this Model Exhibition of the nineteenth
century :_ _
Mr. EDWIN CBOUESTE, tho Original Conversational?
ist, late of Lent's Circus, will appear at e . entertain?
Mr. TOM BURKE, a quaint old-fashioned Clown.1
THE CELEBRATED BLISS FAMILY I
'Mr. GEORGE BACH Kl,DOR, the great Vaulter and
Leaper of the age; Mr. TOM WATSON, who bids fair to
win the title of Champion Rider of tho World;Mr. RObT.
HUNTING, the Double Somersonlter and Lightning
Leaper; Mons. D?LOUIS, and his Wonderful Trained
Dogs; W; LABUE, the Wild Horseman of the Plains;
JOHN NAYLOR, the moat aflable of Ring Masters, and
most versatile abilities that must, In time, win fame and
position; WM. BORGAN, Scenic Equestrian; Professor
THOMPSON, Master of tho Stud and Trainor of Ani?
mals; WM. SMITH. Mr. BURKE. Mr. WILLIAMS, Mr.
REDD1N, Mad'm DELOUTS, Mad'm STANLEY, Mrs. D.
WILLIAMS, Mr. H. JENNINGS, and a host of Acrobats,
Tumblers, Gymnasts, Equines, and auxiliarles,
Among the many features of this Colossal Exhibition,
will be the Grand Procesfdou led by ECKHABT'S
WORLD-RENOWNED METROPOLITAN OPERA BAND,
drawn by a splendid team of Andalusian Horses, in the
beautiful and elaborately.decorated Car of Solus, which
w?l be followed by tho Procession of Acting Bears, Sa?
cred Bull?, Performing Dogs, kc, atc .
WILL 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,
BO cents. .<
Separate, seats forColen ed Persons, 60 cents.
Doors open at 2 and 7 o'clock; Performance commen?a
an hour ofter.
' Tickets .for sale at the principal hotels.
WUl perform at Orangebnrg on TUESDAY, March 26,
and Columbia on tho 27th Inst,
I March 12 -; tuths36
IM DEUTSCHE GESELLSCHAFT
, - AJfcErRI?-A;! J ~\j
&erf?$?nmBtir wcrSerc' ircisst beforgt ona bc? unter?
ja <$netm agoste*:"?'? '0. e ? 'd> e r ?,
.. . \-"?v'i-- Officio. 97,'?ing @tro?e.
March 18 ? . . . . - ..; ' -, . ? ... .,v. . . .6?
SUPERFINE; , SP?RT^G, AND
YTuNE GRAIN FOB SPORTJSfff, TS CANISTERS,
JC pound papers, and O? m. kegs. Coarser grain ex?
pressly for Water Fowl shooting, th canisters, SX, and
12%9>.kegs... ,v--.. <+?.;:. v.*-'' .?.
Gunpowder of-superior quality. F. FF. and- HHZV
jlazed and rough, In 25, 13>?. and 6'i lb. kegs. ,. _,
All khida of Gunpowder of suporler quality.
Having accepted tho agency of tb? ?DOV? old and well
tuown manuflietnrero, I am prepared to fill all orders to
he'trade.- and wilt always "b*ve *? fufl stock ra hand,
vhich will daily bo delivered to any part of the city. ? !
- , .. EN. ROBSON, -J.
;, Jaawtty-tt ? t" th?t%3mo ? - "No. 62 East Bay.
. General (^liunissiou Merchant,
Maaxixfactxirer of 3Par>er,
OF VARIOUS mow*. .
KO; i ?7 R ? A DE -ijIlBlil *,' ".
Corner Hudflop, Street, New York.
rvKALEB. m, PAPER AND VS " MATERIALS OX
\J every description for lt* maninscturc. . '.!:',
DtetmtxrVi ;, . :v v
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
RAISINS, CANDLES, WHISKEY.
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT AT VERY
MOO B0XKS ?"KUSS. WHOLE, HALF AND
*J\J V/ quarter boxes
50 boxes Patent Relined Wo?.t India Candle?
-??> bam-It? I.Vmrbon Whiskey, extra quality
00 cate? Ce-nlial Oin H J
fn CttHOa puro Blackberry Brandy
10 cascH genuine "Otard. Dupuy A- Co.V ?randy
6 quarter eafks genuine ..Rtiino" Wino
6 ilcuhohn? Very Old Whiskey
ie caws Parlor Matche?
2u collu lialo Rope.
For sale by
..,",- . " IS AA OE. HERTZ li CO.,
March 21 y' coluer Cumberland ?troet.
HAY ! FLOUR !
-| BALES PRIKTE N. R. HAY. LANDING FROM
X.fJ\J steamer Manhattan
400 barrels Extra, Super. Fiue and Middling Flour, landing
from sehr. B. N. Hawkin? and ?teamer Quaker City.
For ?ale low while lauding by
JOHN CAMf-SEN & CO..
No. i'l .Market,
Mardi 21 2 Opposite State street.
GROCERY SUGARS ANDCH?ES??
NEW CROP MOLASSES.
IN HHDS. TIERCES AND UARRE1.S.
For salo by RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
CORN, OATS, FLOUR AND BACON.
OAAA BUSHELS OATS
t?\J\)\J 3000 bushels Primo White Com, in two
5000 UushelB Primo White Corn, in three bushel sacks
2000 bushels Yellow Com
500 bushels Damaged Corn, for stock
100 barrolB Extra Flour
50 barrels Super Flour
12 hhils- Prime Bacon Sidos.
For sale by C. N. AVERILL & SON,
March 20_3_No. 68 East Bay.
BACON SIDES, SHOULDERS,
-I f\ HHPS CHOICE CLEAR SIDES
WJ 75 hhds Choico C. B. Sides
25 hhds Sound C. R. Sides
25 bids Choico Ribbed Sides
75 hhds Choleo Shoulders
10 hhds Sound Shoulders
25 boxes C. R. Sides-in salt
10 boxes Clear RH?- i= o?i*
nu coxes Bellies-in salt
25 boxes Sound S. C. Hams
25 bbls Choice S. C. Hams
25 tierces S. C. Hams
60 bbls Breakfast Bacon
10,000 lb? strips
50 tierces and b?rrela Puro Lard
15 kegs Pure Lard.
PORK. PORK. dec.
10 bbls MESS PORE
100 bbls Sound Mess Pork
20 bbls Extra Prime Pork.
FLOUR ARI? CORN.
150 bbls Baltimore FUSE, SUPER AND EXTRA
SOO bbls New York Fine, Super and Extra Flour
1000 bushels Prime White Core
2onn bushels Primo Yellow Corn.
TO ARRIVE-EXPECTED DAILY,
OOO bushels WHITE CORN.
In store, and for sale low by
JEFFORDS 4 CO.,
March 18 i No. 27 Vendue Range.
FRENCH PORCELAIN !
1 if CASKS HAVTLAND & CO.'S LIMOGES POR
X^fcO CELAIN, consisting of Dinner, Tea and Toilet
Sets, Plain White, Colored, and White, and Decorated.
Also, Fancv Vases, Cups, Spittons, fcc Will be sold by
tho cask at Now York prices, or to tho trade on usual
Samples open for inspection, and Catalogues ready far
distribution. D. G. WILKINS,
March 18 6 No. 12 East Bay.
BANK BILLS ! BANK BELLS !
BANK BELLS OF ALL KINDS
GOLD AND SILVER
T> COUPONS, STOCKS, ko.
Bought at highest price, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker.
February 13 wlthstu2mos No. 8 Broad street.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP ' under the ramo of JOHN F.
^i??"014 & co-> for 010 purpose of conducting the MA?
CHINE AND FOUNDRY BUSINESS in all its branches,
at the old stand, PHCENTK IRON WORKS, north aide of
Pritchard street. JOHN F. TAYLOR.
_ , JAMES BARKLEY.
Charleston, 12th March, 1887.
March IS_ Imo
rpHE COPARTNERSHIP OF CAMERON, BARKLEY
.I- * ?O. U gus day dissolved by the withdrawal of
Captain FENN PECK.
(Signed) ' ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
R. C. BARKLEY.
" FENN PECK.
Charleston, 6th March, 1867.
YfTTLL CONTINUE THE RAILROAD AND STEAM
V? BOAT SUPPLY BUSINESS, under the name of
CAMERON, BARKLEY A- CO., at the old stand, comer of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
(Signod) . ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
? ?, B. C. BARKLEY.
Charleston, G th March, 1867.
ROM THE FIRM OF CAMERON, BARKLEY it CO
I take tho opportunity of soliciting In their behalf
tue patronage of my friends and the public
(Signod) FENN PECK
Charleston. 6th March. 1867. Imo March 7
SAILORS* OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARKER & CHILD, No. 103 East Bay.
PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, ?"
No. 103 EAST BAY STREET,
December 21 3mo Under the amerton Hotel.
WHOr.FHAT.E ANT) REX All, DB.lTJTt TH
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
JtaggyjS 6raoB CHARLESTON. S. C.
TfaJOW BEADY, AT FROM $18 TO 825 PEE SUIT, ALL
_L^( complete, sud MADE AT HOME exclusively by
SOUTHERN HANDS IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, |
S. O. The undersigned begB leave to inform his friends
that he is receiving about 800 snits, made from English
material, and imported direct by HEHRY TRENOHARD,
Esq., importer of British Woollens, No. 18 Exchange
street. An early caH is requested by
? . WM. MATKEESSEN, Agent,
No..219 King street, between Market and Princes*.
March 7 Imo
A. S. HULL, Agt,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 7ft BROAD STREET, NORTH
- -8XDE, BETWEEN - MEETING AND CHURCH,
where he will be glad to see his old friends and custom
bas in store s, fuU assortment of CLOTHS.
COATING, cvfflTMBBES and VESTINGS of everyls
nety, which he will make up to order at as tow prices- as
any similar establishment. - v^v!:
_ ALSO, ' " .. ...
?APULLASSOBTMENT. OP FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. : ?wi?
_M.JNO. T. FLYNN (formarly Of O. D. Carr ft Co.).
wfll superintend the Tailoring Department as usual, and
Makmg^and1 Trimm? 'atten?on to CviV^ Garments, and j
January 17 ? ? . _3m oa
CAMM, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND W^OtifflALI?-: DEALERS
t MEBICAN EXPRESS BUILDTHG, NOS. 55, 57? 8
?. ?nd 61, Hudson street, near Duane,1 New ? York.
K " T.F.CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD. !
J. B VAN WAGENEN.
JJoc4mberlO fimo A? T. HAMILTON.
WpAM H. MMM 4 SON,
Seal Estate Agents, Anctioneers
' * - v . - ? AN?*..'?? ii. :i ?
OPPICE NO. 33 HAYN E STREET.
LAW m m?mmmiw
Nos. 3S sa? 40 rar& Eovr,
GKOR3S B.. YOUNG, S SSV SOBS,
BiBABD X,McKENka.) ...
OT AYING SUCCEEDED TO THP TOBDGH OOLUO
OL twujtminjene ot toi BILNEY, nra
?IBH * ?LANDBBB, we win attend to the eouoctb? o?
??JljgBO aaa maturing claims- ttiwsgaaut Sha nat**
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS. _
OF A ono roi:
FAMILY GROCERY STORE,
Corner King and Society Sts.
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKK PLEASURE IN AN?
NOUNCING lo their friends, and thc public in gen?
ital, that they wUl open 77u.< Day \Thur$day\ Mardi 21nt,
18C7, ono of tho flnest sclocrious of CHOICE FAMILY
9ROCERIES that has ever been offered to tho public,
ind ot prices greatly reduced lo those offered heretofore:
?nd every article wiR bo warranted an represented, and
Jelivored free of charge to any part of thc City.
The Stock has been carefully selected, and is from the
best english, French,' American, and German Manufac?
turers, viz :
SUGARS-Loaf, Crushed, A, B, C, Extra? and Yellow
COFFEES-Mocha, Java, Laguayra and Rio
TEAS-Young Hyson. Imperial, Gunpowder, English,
Butter and Lord, Ono qualities
Sugar Cured Hams, Breakfast Eicon, Dry Beef and
Tongues, Mackerel, Salmon, Herrings, Codfish, Pickles in
Crosse & BlackwcU's EDglish Pickles, assorted
Walnut, Mushroom, and other Sauces; Lea te Perrin'?
Worcestershire Sauce, London club Sauce, Leicester,
Kp'it Peas, Lentils, Beans. Barloy, Rye, Rice, Tapioca,
Mac caro iii. Vermicelli.
A general assortment of CANNED GOODS : Oysters,
Salmou, Lobsters, Peaches, Poors, Tomatoes, Damsons,
A fino assortment of FRENCH FRUITS, in glass jar?,
warranted, of direct importation.
A fuU assortment of thc CHOICEST LIQUORS, which
wo warrant pure. Ono and old, and many other artielos
too numerous to mention ; but only solicit a coll and a
MANTOUE & CO.
HAT AND CORN AFLOAT^
1 fT/". BALES PRIME HAY, LANDING PER STEAM
It)V EB MANHATTAN
6000 busbols White Mixed Corn, in bulk, per schooner
3000 bushels White Corn, in sacks, per schooner
3O0O BT7SHEX.0 OATS
3000 bushels Yellow Corn
2000 bushels White Corn
1G0 barrels Extra and Super Flour
10 barrels Miller's Old Rye Whiskey.
3000 BUSHELS WHITE CORN-in butt:
2000 bushels White Corn, in sacks.
For sale by WEST te JONES,
March 21 _ _No. 76 East Bay.
?X01J R ! FLOUR!
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
BARRELS NEW YORK AND BALTIMORE E XTRA
FLOUR, at 512.50 per bel
- barrels Now York and Baltimoro Super Flour, at
?11.60 per bbl
- barrels New York and Baltimoro Fine Flour, at
$11 par bbl
350 barrels Golden Sheaf Family Flour
300 barr?la Spring Water Extra Flour
400 barrels Baltimore and New York Super Flour
350 barrels Fine Middling Flour
Landing er steamers Falcon and Florida.
10 hhds. Bacon Clear Sides
10 hhds. Bacon Shoulders
60 kegs Lard
1000 bage Corn.
AU of which will be sold low, by
STENHOUSE & CO.,
No. HO East Bay, corner Fraser's Wharf.
March 20_ 3
BACON, PORK, HAMS, &c,
C)4"\ HHD3. STRICTLY CHOICE CLEAR SIDES
? \J 25 hhds. Strictly Choice Rib Sides
30 I h da. Strictly Choice Shoulders.
25 bbls. Heavy Western MESS PORK
50 kegs Pure Leif Lard
50 tierces Choice Sugar Cured Hams.
100 half10} boic" ADAMANTINE CANDLES
100 boxes English Dairy Cheese
2000 sacks Liverpool Salt
Molasses, Sugar, tee
For sale by HENRY COBIA te CO.
March 19 3
?AA BUSHELS "OWENS" BEST SELECTION OF
OxfyJ COTTON SEED. For sale by
March 18 J. D. AIKEN & CO.
BUSHELS GOOD SEED BICE.
For sale by
WOOD ! WOOD ! WOOD !
BEST QUALITY OAK SO 60 DELIVERED. PINE
$5 50 delivered. By RODDIN te CAMPBELL,
Wood Factors, Basel street Wharf.
Orders left at B. RODDIN te CO.'S Stables. Meeting
? street, will meet with prompt attention. March 15
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS TN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KINGST.,
MB. EVERT E. BEDFORD, THE MANAGER OF
THE ABOYE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to the customers and patrons for their liberal
patronage and appreciation of the quality of goods pur?
chased by tot m during the past year. It has been, and
always will cur aim, to PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS,
and aa we oiler for sale the first quality of all kinds of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, cte, we natter ourselves
that, with our ftvcilities, con give general satisfaction
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assist in
the management, would be pleased to seo his friends ot
.Ne. 239, assuring them that all goods purchased are
"WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELLARE IMPORTED DIRECT BY W. 8.
CORWIN tc CO., and pass through no other hands, en?
abling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at the following prices:
FINEST YOUNO HYSON..$2 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON......;.....1 60 to 1 76
FINEST GUNPOWDER.". 2 25
FINEST IMPERIAL..i. .
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST.. 2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST...... ISO
CHOICEST OOLONG.2 00
CHOICE OOLONG.'..I SO
We keep, also, a supply of cheaper grades-? good
quality of ORREN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at SI SO
per pound. '
Just received, a new supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE,
sec.; PARCHED, SOC.; GROUND, 62c; OLD RIO. 85c.
The PARCHED- COFFEE we ropresent to be of the
FIRST QUALITY, parched by us with great core. A trial
of these Golfees, Green, Parched and Ground, will con?
vince the consumer on that point.
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYRA.
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended to by
one of toe Managers. Goods delivered to all ports of tie
city FREE OF CHARGE. ... ? - . .? .TV
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER will arrive on
Tuesday: 8mo February 4
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery^
HUBEAX, EDDY & CO., MAN AGEBS.
mo BK DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
X 30th of each month. Scheme, 32,000 tickets-5?7
prizes. Whole tickets,. $12; halves, $6; quarters, SS;
eighths, 81 58.
1 Prize of.....$50,000 2 Prizes of.....$5,000
1 Prize of..$20,000 29 Prizes of..$1,000
1 Prize of...$8,000 68 Prizes of..... ......$400
1 Prize of.$7,000 155 Prizes of ...... $200
220 Prises af $125,
64 Approximaticnrrizes amonntirg to $9,000.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
Crrcolrrs sent lree. Drawings maded as soon aa the
Lottery ia dravin.
Address a. T. PKiKRS, United Stiles Licensed agent,
Ncc ?K aasoi street, ch .neston, S. C, c--Ke- Box 52 t.O.
February 20 - ?: < ?? too
WILLIS & CflTSOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSIOX MERCHANTS,
.-' /. ' AND ' ? - .. . ' . , .J '
S HI PPIN G AGENT S.
TTTTLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
VT SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Sorts) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLAS TTC WHARF, Charleston, s.e.
E. WILLIS.............. v... - ~ .0.;. .A E. OHISOLM
October 25 . _ .
THOMAS P. RYAN,
ATTORNEY AT L'AW.i
, ; so. A COURT SOUSE: . SQUARE,
- NORTH SIDE.
February 7 Brno
BREWSTER & SPRATT,
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Equity
OFFICE So. 9H BROAD STREW.
? November 9 _- _
? ; C. S . JENE IN S, '
\ MEASURER AND INSPECTOR OF ;
TIMBER AND LUMBER,
OFFICE AT F. N. BRODIE'S,
West end of Broad Street,
January 23 faiths 2mos Charleston. 8. C. 1
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