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(lUASLESTON DAM NEWS,
G. B. CATHCART, EDITOE
CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,
Nt 18 HAYNE STREET.
DAILY-I HX MONTHS. aM0
BADLY-1 HEBE MONTHS. ?>B0
BINGLE OPEES..'... .5 cents
IO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
Cotton closed in New York dull at 30} for Mid?
dling Uplands. Gold closed at 34?.
Cotton c'.osed in Liverpool unchanged but dull.
Middling Uplands 13d.; Orlo ms 13Jd.
There wore seventy-two fires in New York city
Boston is going to build a five thousand ton
The London Punch has a circulation in the
United States of 2?,000 copies weekly.
Memphis is going to put down seven miles of
wood pavement this season.
An infant with a $1000 note pinned to ite dress
was recently left in a London railway station.
The Paris washerwomen are charging a franc a
shirt, all on account of tho Exposition.
The premises of OVKBEND, GTJBNEY & Co., No.
65 Lombard street, have boen sold for ?29,500.
R. G. FOSTER, Mayor of Apalachicola, and an
old and esteemed merchant, died at that place last
Public attention in France is occupied with the
donation of 400,0001. of the national money to M.
A mau in Evansville gave his daughter a terri?
ble whipping for "shingling" her hair and refusing
to lead in.prayer.
The Springfield Republican says General BUT?
LER is bottling himself up politically as tight as
he did in his military career.
ANANIAS WILLIAM JAMES AKDBEW JACKSON .TOMOO
is a registered colored voter In wMbinSlun. He
ought to vote.
o-ua is ambitious to prescribe the length of
orthodox coat tails and the style of collar a mau
Germany will send a clock to Paris that' will show
the time at twenty-six di?erent points in all parts
of the world.
It is equivocally stated that the Princess of
Wales' attack of rheumatism was the result of ex?
posure while indulging in her favorito amusement
A fashionable young man in San Francisco, who
had lived on his wits, shot himself dead in despoir
at the smallness of his capital.
A correspondent says the English department of
the Paris Exhibition will be "ugly, disorderly and
untasiefuL" The French will smile maliciously.
The provisions of the Supplementary Recon?
struction Bill are not the kind of provisions the
starving portion of the Southern States expected.
There is quite a flutter among the ladies on ac?
count' of a report that the State Constable intends
to prevent the sale of hair oil, that article contain
-i jag more or less alcohol.
The Mobile papera have a description of a Jeremy
Diddler who has been swindling the people iu
Michigan, representing himself as a wealthy
An "Emigrant Aid Association" of a very com?
plete character has been Cramed in San Francisco.
The Chamber of Commerce has also appointed
emigrant agents at Hamburg and Liverpool.
Two-story careare growing in favor on the Euro?
pean railways. The lower story hos compartments
in the English style, and tho upper is on the
American plan. The whole height of the car is
about fourteen feet. . ? -
The Tribune says very forcibly: "We cannot bo
far wrong in saying that more blood was shed in
one street in New York on St. Patrick's Bay than
hos been expended during all thc Fenian insurrec?
tion of which any account has yet reached us.
The Delaware Legislature, at ita recent session,
prssed a Bill equalizing punishments without re?
gard to the color of the criminals; refused to ratify
the Constitutional Amendment, and passed an
amendatory school law.
In Philadelphia as a lady with a small child in
her arms was getting out of one of the passenger
w?u-w s<-i< \JSJ. uno touirurAi, una une piatrorm
guard catching in the lady's crinoline she was
dragged about twenty feet on the track.
The Norfolk papers protest against the throwing
of slops and dishwater from high windows on the
public pavement of that city. A "local" complains
; of having hod his new spring suit doused all over
with an amalgam of coffee-grounds, suds and the
debris of a breakfast.
The Newberry Herald says: "A finer prospect
- thus far for a bountiful yield of wheat we have
never seen in this State. The breadth is very,
large and the stands good. This we observed
everywhere. Parties who have travelled exten?
sively say the same. So be it.
A statue of HEKBV CLAY will be inaugurated in
the Court House at Louisville on the 12th of April,
when an address will be delivered by the Hon.
ROBERT C. WINTHROP, of Massachusetts. Messrs.
Mrr.T.ftBT) FrtxsioBE and A H. STEVENS are also ex?
pected to be present.
The people of Maine understand the proper way
- to keep infants out of places of amusement. A
town in that State recently had a festival, and on
its show bills the public were informed that the
terms of admission were twenty-five cents; for
- children under fourteen years, fifteen cents; but
under four years, one dollar.
Massachusetts doss not recognize greenbacks or
National currency in the payment of interest on
. her public debt. She pays, and hos all along paid
specie on her State bonds. The consequence is
her five per cents, ore above par. There are some
good fruits after all in the old Bay State, and we
readily recognize and give her due credit for them.
The Helena Clarion says the planters on the up?
lands of Arkansas have made little or no prepara?
tion for seeding, in consequence of the continued
rains, and the work of those on the river lowlands
bas been indefinitely suspended hy the overflow.
' The flood had abated sn inch or two, but the Mis?
sissippi was threatening still higher water.
The new dining-room of the Leek House, at San
Francisco, is said to be the finest in the United
States. It is au immense octagon, with arched
ceilings, thirty-two feet high, splendidly orna?
mented-the ^fioor being composed of colored
woods, inlaid and relished equal toa mosaic table.
The room is in tht> new addition to the house, and
is said to have cost $40,000 in the way of ornamen?
tation alone. '? ' .
. There is said to be a hitch in the BEECHES novel
in the Ledger. The novel halts-the gifted author
finds it difficult work and delays handing in the'
manuscript. A friend lately asked why the delay,
when Mr. BEECHER candidly told Lim that he
thought "novel writing was not his forte," and
added naively, giving his friend a poko in the ribs,
"but if I foil, all they can say is, that BEECHES,
cant write a novel," and he laughed heartily at his
Princeton College has accepted the JEROME gift
of five thousand dollars, and the interest will bo
expended annually in the purchase of prizes for
gentlemanly conduct on the part of the students.
The senior class and the literary societies will each
furnish one candidate. The collegians will make
the first choice, subject, however, to the final de?
cision of the faculty. In a year or so, therefore,
we shall know whether it is as easy to raise gentle?
men, as prize turnips.
The Hartford (Conn.) Times says : Tho famous
Gen. PITKIN, who is traveling through Connecti?
cut as "a Southern patriot," who barely escaped
with his life, turns out to be a young mon who
Jived not long ago in East Hartford-who was
wont to appear and perform upon the stage among
the actors, and actresses .of "Wyatt's Theatrical
Company," of American Hall, Hartford-and who,
during the war,' or most of it, was a roaring rebel
in bis declared sentiments. Wo conclude from
the above that he is the same Piners who plays at
A Paris correspondent relates the following : "A
lady, after gazing for some time at a window
where was exhibited a dress for three .hundred
tenes, entered the store, pointed ont the piece,
and laying daws - r?ete fer three hundred frase?
on the counter, directed the clerk to wrap np the
dress for her. With the most cheerful courtesy
ho brought her a box containing-quito another
affair. The lady insisted upon her first choice.
The clerk declined. The proprietor waa called.
TB? urged many, reasons ?it would derange his
window, the second piece was exactly the eame,
?tc, etc, .The lady referred her claim to a lawyer,
who decided in her favor, and she bore off in
triumph for throe hundred france, a dross that
fTM worth near?y fifteen hundred,"
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-Thc DAILY j
NEWS pull?hes the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at the end
of each week, agrccaUy to Hie following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTION 6. And bo it further enacted. That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for iu any Fostofflce in any city,
town or village, whore a newspaper shaU be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only m tho newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have tho
largest cumulation within range of delivery of tho said
SS~ Ad communications intended for publication MI
this journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Uayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communicalions to PubUslier of Daily
We cannot undertcPce to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa?
nied urah the caslu_
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1867.
DISTRESS IN THE ?TATE.
It is impossible to neglect or misinterpret
the evidence which reaches us from all portions
of the State of the misery of our unfortunate
people. The statements of nearly all the local
newspapers are confirmed by the accounts of
intelligent and public spirited men in the up?
per Districts especially. There is no doubt
that to-day there arc hundred" who have not
daily bread, and thousands wno cannot look
forward for more than ti few days to the cer?
tainty of needful food. The statement made
by a respectable clergyman of tfie condition of
things in the neighborhood of Sumter District,
which he investigated carefully and conscien?
tiously, is enough to startle every reflecting
man. Three hundred and sixty persons, within
an area of five miles, without food, and the ma?
jority of them living on husks, is fearful. And
we are informed by some of the most trust?
worthy citizens of the State that in their Dis?
tricts the great majority of the farm?ro Wc
not provision for laborers or work animals
willoh will last a month. That they are work?
ing in thc hope of finding some means of oredit
as their work progresses, and that no where
have the larger planters surplus supplies from
which they can, as has been the custom, aid
their poorer neighbors. We shrink from pub?
lishing the details which have been brought to
our notice. Think of a case like this vouched
for by the humane pers on who afforded the re?
lief-a woman, whose husband was killed be?
fore Petersburg, rising from her sick bed to
bury one child, who literally had died of starva?
tion, and dragging herself thirteen miles,
though a stormy night, to beg for food enough
to save the life of the child she had left The
causes of this terrible suffering are .for the
most part beyond our control, but there is one
cause we can reach, and that is the excess of
cotton culture over the provision crop. There
has been a greedy thirst for the profits of cot?
ton, which has induced too many people to neg?
lect the food crop, and we do hope that it is
not yet too late for the planting community of
the State to realize not only that it is their in?
terest, but. their duty to plant largely of pre?
visions. We know all the difficulty, We know
that with high wages it is impossible to plant
corn profitably, and that large planters must
to meet high wages, extortionate interest sr>d
the risk of uncertain labor-plant what will
pay. But, short of thc point at which it becomes
a sacrifice, we think it the duty of every man
who can to contribute to secure the State against
the recurrence of another failure in the pro?
Not only does this suffering destroy our peo?
ple by actual physical misery, but it de?
moralises their characters. A constant strug?
gle for life wears out hope;' it makes men
reckless, and endangers even more than politi?
cal grievances the interests of society. It is
useless to deny or attempt to conceal the fact
that large masses of our people are in ? condi?
tion of feeling neither right nor safe. Beside
the suffering from want, the returns t.o . the
dition of indebtedness, with all its consequent
embarrassment, from' which no energy can ex?
tricate us. We believe that a remark, at
-tributed to one of th e.most eminent lawyers of
the Slate, is true of the whole State. "If," he
said, "all the suits aro pressed to settlement by
execution, the sale of all the lands in the dis?
trict at present prices, will not pay costs"-and
they will be pressed to settlement. In the city,
creditors are not disturbed by false rumors
and unfounded alarms; The business men of a
large community are always liberal; they un?
derstand that their interest is the interest of
the community, and there is a certain average
of profit and loss, which they know how to cal?
culate and how to ' meet. It is not so in the
country. There men's minds are thoroughly
disturbed: their fears aTe excited; they know
that a Convention is to be held during the year;
they do not know what is to be its composition,
nor what its policy, whether it will interfere
or not with the question of debt, and they
very naturally desire to secure the liens which
they hold. Most of the agricultural debt too
is-secured by land. Negro property has been
destroyed, and when land is sold the debtor
has literally nothing wherewith to recommence
W? do not propose to sit in judgment upon
the action of the Legislature. We compre?
hend the enormous difficulties with which the
whole question is surrounded, and we respect
the spirit of good faith and honor which in?
duced men as wise and humane as any other
citizens of the State to hesitate in disturbing
vested rights and tampering with the obliga?
tions of contracts. But the condition of things
in the State is such that no man with good
feeling, or good sense, can regard it otherwise
than with distress and apprehension. The
proceedings in York and Lancaster, and New?
berry, are too significant to be disregarded.
In Chester, the bar, through Mr. HELTON, the
Solicitor of the Circuit, with admirable judg?
ment, we think, moved the continuance of the
whole docket, and it was granted.
Compelled as we are, to go through the ordeal
of a political.agitation this summer, which is.
full of danger and difficulty, it is most desir?
able that oar people should be held together,
closely united "in the bond of peace" that be?
tween them there should be no dissention and
no ill feeling.
Is there not in the State intelligence, hu?
manity, energy, public spirit enough to com?
bine even our reduced means for common re?
lief? can we not at least, endeavor to lighten
each others woes ? And if the ship in which
we all sailed into an unknown sea, full of high
hopes and glorious anticipations, has founder?
ed, can we not share in patience the disaster
of a common shipwreck and not fight over the
scant provisions which must sustain a common
life in the hope of a common deliverance?
MR. BUCHANAN,-His Excellency, ex-United
States President, JAMES BUCHANAN-irrev?
erently styled by the iconoclasts of the North,
the "old Pub. Funk"-has been' invited, by a
number of/Pennsylvania Democrats, to a public
dinner. He did' not go to the dinner, but wrote
a letter instead. lu this letter he gives advice.
Ile says : "Adhere to .the Constitution of your
country. Never despair." . Now, we havo
never been among those who either entertained
:or professed anything like hero-worship for the
.'Sage of Wheatlands," but at the same time we
can see nothing in th? advice above quoted that
.should subject him either to the ridicule or oblo?
quy, which is measured out to him with (?lib?
eral hand by the Radical press of the North.
The New York Tribune, of the 29th, ult,, com?
menting upon this letter, 'says : "Considering
that -Mr. B. held that the ConstitutiorAjustified
Secession; such an opinion as tbis^fsnot,likely
, to revolutionize our politics," Tjhis sentence
must have been penned by :.. :iew hand.
Surely our venerable friend, "H. G.," 1ms not
forgotten that thc Tribune, iu the winter of |
1800-*01, repeatedly said in its editorials:
"Let the wayward sisters go.'' Where then is
the great difference, on this cardinal point of
tho loyal creed, between Mr. li. and his critic,
the Tribune ?
WANTED, A WHITE CIRL AS CHILD'S
NURSE--a Protestant preferred. Good references
?required. Apply at this oflico. _ 2 _ April 2
ALADY WISHES A SITUATION TN SOME
respectable family; ls capable of doini; any kind ot
house work, or cooking and washing for a small family.
Any ono desiring such a ono, apply over AMML'S Store,
corner Meeting and Market street. 1* April 2
WANTED, A RESFECTAULE WHITE
WOMAN, to cook and wash for a family. None
need apply unless they can give good references. Apply
at this office. _ 1_ April 2
WANTED, BY A RESPECTABLE WHITE
GIRL, a Bituati. n as CHAMBERMAID, and make
herself generally usotuL Boat recommendations given.
Apply at No. 16 HENRIETTA STREET.
April 2 _ _ 1*
WANTED-A PEW .HOKE WHITE MEW,
to work on a plantation near tho city. Place very
healthy-great inducements offered. Apply at No. 69
TRADD Bi'HEET._tutu?_March 12
AWIDOW LADY WISHES A SITUATION
in some respectable tamilv. Is capable of dom;; any
kind of Sewing. Any ono desiring such a ono will
please make application at this otllce. -
SITUATION WANTED.-A lOl'XC MAX
who is an experienced Accountant, and well versed
lu the Exchange, Hanking and Lumber Business, wishes
to obtain a situation at a moderate salary. Address W.
H. G., at this office. March :3
PRIVATE B?ARDIX G.-M KS. H. KAMI?
LAH bas removed from No. 140 Meeting street to
jxo. 52 Society street, where sho ?B prepared to take a few
more Boarders on reasonable terms, tutus* April 2
PRIVATE BOARDING_A PEW BOARD?
ERS can bo accommodate at No. D2 RUNG STREET,
east side, near Broad. A lew Day Boarders can be ac?
commodated. January 81
TO RENT, TUREE ROOMS AND PART
OF A KITCHEN, in a desirable locality. Apply at
this Office. April 2
TO RENT, TWO ROOitIS, OR BOARD IN
a private family. Apply at Post?nico, or to Mrs. A.
MITCHELL, SmiLh street._0_April 2
rilC RENT, A VERY DESUSARLE KESI.
I DENCE with six room? rantrr ?na ^*.ooLug mum,
-J-.T., mu Buiiauie outbuildings, No. 21 Lynch street
Apply at No. 23 LYNCH STREET. 2* April 1
FLAT ROCK RESIDENCE TO RENT._
The premises adjacent to the Church, known as
THE PARSONAGE, and within walking distance ot tho
Post?nico. Apply to A. H. LEABROOK, Esq., Secretary,
at Flat Rock, or at Charleston to
C. G. MEMMLNGER,
March IS ftulmo Ch.innan of Vestry.
mo RENT OR FOR SALK CHE AI?, THE
A. delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 ABUloy street. For
particulars, address E. F., Daily News Office.
TO RENT, PART OP A HOUSE, CONSIST
LNG of four large Rooms, one Attic, Kitchen and
Servant's Room. Terms moderate to good tenant Ap
ply at No. 59 BEAUFAIN STREET. 3* March 30
?VTTJNAN'S FARM, WEST END OP NUNAN
J.1 STREET, TO RENT. Apply on tho premises.
THEO. F. CHUPEESf,
OFFICE, ... No. ?75 KLUG STREET,
KEAELT OPPOSITE HASEL.
rTlHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH LN
1 BESTED at moderate prices.
TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
Or by DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
March 5 ruths 6mo
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
FOE CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA, USE DR. C. G.
GARRISON'S CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA PRE?
VENTIVE, tt has not its equal in tho world.
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PEE BOTTLE
T>n??," POWIE & MOISE.
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. 151 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
_April 2 mthsc
TEMPOS CORAM DIFFER SOS IN ALUM.
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who will avail themselves of its remedial power may be
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deemed hopeless and incurable. . ?.- :
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any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
.BERGER. 9HUTTS tt CO., Chemists,
March 80 ly . . No. 285 River street, Troy, N. Y. '
. USE THIS, LADIES, AND NO OTHER,
. With your PASTRY have no bother;
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TAYLOR AtTOUNG, No. 186 Front street, New York.
. For sal? by...?j . # GBUBER * MARTIN.
._No. 236 King street
HENRY BISCHOFF st CO.,
_Na UK East Bay.
'.' . : . W. 8. GOSWIN it 0?V/
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DOWIE * 2IOI8E, Drugg&ta,
- Na 181 MEEITNG STBltfiT. "
' 9f?jfKtfM . . ". thstuOtoo
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING WILL BE
bold TMt Evening, at tho Hall, at 7 o'clock.
April 1 1 Secretary.
VIGILANT KIRK E\GI.\'K COMPANY.
ATTEND THE REOULAR MONTHLY MEETING
or your Compauy at your Hall. This Evening, at 8
i'clock prcclaoly *
April 2 1 JOHN T. HUMPHREYS. Secretary.
CHARLESTON STEAM PIRE COMPANY OP
ATTEND THE REOULAR MONTHLY MEET1NO OF
your Compauy This Evening, at Market Hall, at 8
A full and punctual attendance ls requested, as business
of importance Trill bo presented.
E. JOHN WHITE,
April 2 1 Secretary C. S. F. C. A.
FKEISDSCH \ FTSBCND.
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE SO?
CIETY wUl be bold This Evening, at 8 o'clock P. M.
E. PFEIL, Secretary.
April 2 _1
JEFFERSON LODGE NO. 1 I. O. O. P.
rriHE QUARTERLY. MEETING OF THIS LODGE WILL
I bu bold This Evening, at 8 o'clock. Members are
particularly requested to attend, and come prepared to
By order. W. A^KENYGN,
April 2_I* Recording Secretary.
CHARLESTON BOARD OP TRADE.
1\HE FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF THIS BOARD WILL
. bc celebrated This Day, 2d of April, at tb?
The Polls will bo open from 1 to 3 o'clock P. M. for the
election of officers for the ensuing year. Tho members
will roass' mblo at tho Charleston Hotel in thc Afternoon
for Dinner, which will Od served at 6 o'clock.
R. S. BRUNS. |2. DAVIS.
A. ?SIMONDS. JNO. F. O'NEILL.
D. F. FLEMING. L. D. MOWRY.
JNO. B. STEELE, Secretar}-.
F.XTKACT CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS-EDLE 2.
SEC. 1. The officers of this Association shall consist of
Presideut, Vice-i-rcsidcnt, Secretary and Treasurer, and
au Executive Committee ot fifteen, not including the
President and Vice-president, who shall be ex-of?cio
members, and a majority of tho votes given shall be
necessary, in each instance, to constitute a choice.
THE T WO FIRST-NAMED OFFICERS SHALL NOT
BE ELIGIBLE FOR MORE THAN ONE TERM IN SUC
CHARLESTON BOARD OP TRADE.
THE REGULAR MELTING OF THIS BOARD WILL
be held immediately after tue close cf the polls
3 o'clock P. M.-wheu thc Secretary aud Treasurer's Re?
port will be read and other business transacted. Invited
guests to the dinner will assemble at 0 o'clock P. M.
By order of tnc President.
April 2_1_JOHN B. STEELE,J3cc'j\_
rjAHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE GRANITEYTLLE
I Manufacturing Company arc hereby notified that a
Aieeting is called, to take placo at G rani te ville, on Thurs?
day, the 18th instant, at io o'clock A. M. Stockhold?
ers aro earnestly requested to attend in person, it possi?
ble, as matters of vital importance to tho Company will
be presented lor their eonuidoration.
ino tirst Thursday arter the third Monday in April,
which was the day of the annual meetings tor several
years past, was changed to tho 17th July at tho last an?
nual meeting. As the Annual Report will be presented
to the Stockholders on the 18ih April, that day may be
substituted lor the regular annual meeting in July.
, WILLIAM GREGG,
February 22 Itu President
THE LADIES' FAIR,
"VT?W OPEN AT HOKUM'S HALL, JOHN STREET,
JLX for tho benefit of tho CALVARY BAPTIST
O?A UROH, will continuo until further notice. Tho patron?
age . 1 the public is roBuoctfuUy solicited.
?itt ?cutfdjcr ?Sal?
SSirb ftattfinben am Eonncrftag, ben itcn Slarit, 18G7,
veoju alic meine ?irxuitcc nue ?klanntc crflcbcnft ctitgclabcn
jtnb. liintritt SI. 3Ui|an8 "> Uhr- 2t5ut- i?a)rcbcr,
?ide cort jtina uub WncSrafie.
March 29 im tu tnt?
F OBS A LE,
FOR SALE, ONE PINE MAHOGANY EX?
TENSION DINING TABLE, fourteen leet long, in
splendid order, and can bo seen at Mr. DRAKE'S Auction
Room, corner Liberty and King street. 1 April 2
ASPLENDID SE VEN-OCT AVE ROSE?
WOOD PIANO, at Private Sale, by
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
March 30_stuth3_No. 27 Broad street.
IT^OR SALE, TWENTY LARGE, PAT,
J 4and5-ycar old broke MULES: and THIRTY 3
und 4 year old. For sale at Milln House Stable. Apply
to R-_W. CARTON._January 14
FOR - ALE, A SCDOLA-RStHl? IN A PHILA?
DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery.
Anis Scholarship entitles students to lull instructiou un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren. PriUv.iples and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of thc first Medical Universities of
me country, a favorable opportunity is offered those
studying medicine tar a scholarship. Apply at this
Oaico. December 15
LOST. ABOUT A WEEK. AGO, THE DIS?
CHARGE ot 1st Sergeant (DONELLY) U. 8. Artille?
ry. Any ono giving information of the same at this
Office will bo rewarded. 3? . April 2
MAIN GUARD HOUSE, 1
_ April 1st, 1867. ?
TT'OL.Np. AND LEFT AT THIS POST. A Gtir.n
iCqueiiwa to come forward wHi-nienniy7 3 April 2
ELMORE HAUTUAZ. INSURANCE COMPANY
THE OFFICE OF THIS COMPANY IS REMOVED TO
EDGERTON A- RICHARD'S STORE, No. 34 Broad
street, north side. JOSEPH WHILDEN,
April 2_2_ Secretary and Treasurer.
JH. HAPPOLDT HAS REMOVED HIS GUN E8
" tabus hmout to No. 112 MEETING STREET (near
Alarket), where he will continue to manufacture and im?
port to order. Double Guns. R?los and Pistols. Repair?
ing and re-stocldng executed in his usual style. A supply
ot Guns, iic, always on I??TI^
March 5 imo*
CHARLESTON GAS LIGHT COMPANY STOCK.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD STOCK.
Apply to ALONZO J. WHITE ? SON,
April 2 " 1_No. 58 East Bay street.
BONDS AND STOCK.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS '
City of Charleston Stock
South Carolina Railroad Stock
Memphis City Bonds
Northeastern Railroad Bonds
Wanted by ANDREW M. MORELAND,
April 2 tuthsS Broker, No. 8 Broad street.
BANK BILLS ! BANK BELLS !
BANK BILLS OF ALL KXND3
GOLD AND SILVER
COUPONS, STOCKS, fcc
Bought at highest price, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
February 13 withs tu3moa No. A Broad street.
Oh 1 she waa beautiful and fair.
With starry eyes, and radiant hair.
Whose curling tendrils, soft entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Coiling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy
and Glossy Ringlets or Heavy Massive
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADIES AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves a thousand-told.
It is the only article in the world that will curl straight
hair, and ot the esme time give it a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. The Crisper Coma not only curls the hair, but
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it; is highly and de?
lightfully perfumed, and ls the most complete article of
the kind ever offered to the American public The
Crisper Coma will be sent to any. address, sealed and
postpaid for SI.
Address all orders to
W. L- CLARK & CO., Chemists,
No. 8 West-Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
March 30 _ lyr
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies for the year 1867," is published for the information,
of persons-selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents ot this city. AU such persons are hereby
notified to report at thia omeo.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of aU goods
sold in this city by persons pot residents, by sample o
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 Clerk of Connell.
. FIRE LOAN.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON,!
.v - COT TTAT.T, November 9,1866. 1
A LL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN T ELE
xSk, Burnt Districts and Waste Pisces of the City, un?
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authority
to the City Council of Charleston to proceed in the mat?
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City anew," are hereby notified' that the form of appli?
cationfor loans can bo obtained at tho office ef the Clerk
of Council, between tho hours of o A. M. and 2 P. M.
AU applications must be-filed in the above mentioned
office, as the Committee will moet every Monday to con?
sider the same.
By order of the Mayor W. EL SMITH '
November 10 Clerk of Council..
ASURE CURE FOB THE PILES, PUT "UP IN
PACKAGES af 1000 pieces. -
Price 60 cents.' : For sale by
March 18 " Imo No. 69 BROAD STREET.
F. E. CHAPEAU,
(J. & T. 8. HEFFRON, SUVKKLciTENDENTS,)
(' KASCTAl'lU?JUX OT .
FIRE GAPS, BELTS, ETC.y
AKT> XKFOCSXEB OT
AT McKENSTE'S OLD STAND. *'.* ;
Corner Church and Chalmers* streets. t,
January 26 ??" . " " sTUftSmos
BREWSTER. I SBRATT,
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Equity
OFFICE No. OM BROAD STREET.
DSY GOODS, ETC,_
420 KING STREET 420
GOUDKOP & BEUTHINER.
STOW ( PENING
1> 3-4 LONGCLOTHS, at 12c.
10-4 Bleached -Sh cc Un gu; Brown Sheet In gu.
Black Silks, superior, at 71.40.
Chaules. Foulards and Organdies.
Silk Basques and Sacques, or best material and
Parasols, Shades and Umbrellas.
Ladies' Hemmed Hdkls., at 25c.
Heavy In?. English HOBS, at 20c.
GOtTDKOP ? PEUTHNER,
April 1 3 Bing street, near Calhoun.
BRITISH SUMMER CLOTHS,
IMPORTED DIRECT PROM ENGLAND.
OAAA YARDS. FOR SALE LOW BY
?\J\J\J HENRY TRENCHARD,
No. 10 Exchango street, Charleston, So. Ca.
March 12 Imo
GREAT ATTRACTION !
JUST RECEIVED. AND OPENING DAILY. A
splendid assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER
And everything else in tho Staple and Fancy
DRY GOODS LINE.
The largest and most varied Stock in the city, all of
which will bo sold low for cash,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Call and see, and you will find the cheapest, combined
with the most select Goods, offered lower titan ever sinco
No. 306 KING STREET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts.
March 12 tuths2mo
WE WOULID CALL PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
our stock of HOSIERY, wh.ch we would offer at
I much lower prices than formerly:
LADIES' WHITE COTTON HOSE
Ladies' Open Work Hose
Ladies' Block and fa la to Hose
Gents' Half Hose in Brown and White
Boy's Half-Hose in varioty.
LADLE V BLACK, WHITE AND COLORED KID
Ladies' lisle and Silk Gloves
Gents' Lisle and Silk Gloves
Lace Mitts-in variety
Ladies' Buck Gauntlets
Gents' Buck Gloves
Misses' Lisle and Silk Gloves
Misses' Lace Mitts
With a fnll assortment of all Goods In our line at low
STALL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Street.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
NO. 287 KING STREET.
fTIHE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY INFORM
X th'ir friends and customers that they aro now re?
ceiving their 8TOCK OF SPRING GOODS, all of which
have been selected with care and at the lowest prices,
and which we now offer at a very small advance above
cost. Oar motto being. Quick Sales and Small Profits,
we would respectfully solicit our friends and customers
to call and examine our Stock before purchasing. Par?
ticular pains taken in showing Goods. Our Stock' con
I slats in part of
3-4 LONG CLOTH. 12? cents
7- 8 Long Cloth, IS, 17,18 cents by the piece
4- 4 Long Cloth. 20, 25, 30.35 cents
9,10 and 11-4 Sheetings
9,10 and 11-4 Linen sheetings-cheap
Pillow Linens-all prices
Bird Eye Diapers-all prices
Russia Diapers-all prices
Scotch Diapers-all prices
Owui^Hspi, 2u ano. *J? cents
Bleached Damask Cloths
8- 4 Bleached Table Damask
0-4 and 8-4 Brown Table Damask
Colored Tabla Damask
Worsted Table and Piano Covers.
GRENADINES AND LENOS
English Bareges-plain and figured
Melanges and Poplins, for Travelling Dresses
Colored French Printed Organdies
Colored Printed Jaconet and Lawns
Per?ois and Chambrays
Solid Colored French Cambrics and Lawns
Black Bercge and Crape Maretz
8-4 Black Borage, for Shawls
8-4 Black Grenadine
Black Bombazines, all .qualities
Black Tamlep Cloth
Black and Colored Silks.
With a-variety of other Goods, which will bo offered at
j low prices, at
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Street,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
T ACONETS, COTTON CAMBRICS
ci Nainsook and Mull Muslins
Bishop Sud Victoria Lawns
Plaid and Stripe Swiss
Plaid and stripe Cambrics
Plaid and Stripe Nainsooks
? Swiss Muslins
Muslin Edgings and Insertings
Cambric Edgings and Inserting*
Thread Edgings and Insertings
Valencias Edgings and Inserttnga
Linen Edgings and Insertings
Maltese Lace Collars, tn variety
Swiss and Cam' ric Collars, In variety
T.iTiOTi Collars and Coffs
Infant?' Bodies and Robes.
Wit i a complete assortment of all other Goods in the
[ above line.
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No". 287 King Street
larch 26 _? _
KO. 143 METUNG STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
m is amis is iii J j VUJU,UU ?*? JU?W os i?ili
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OP MERCHANTS TO
their Stock, which ia entirely new, carefully Baloo ted,
and will be sold at a small advance on first cost, for cash
or short Hmo approved paper. ^ MIRHHAT.T.
W. T. BURGE.
O. A- BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION of the former patrons of Messrs. W. T. BURGE ti
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; pnrchaeed during the recent depression In
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
" March 1 2mc W. T. BURGE
C. J. SmEPEfiBELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP. -
T UMBER CF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BULTJDIKG
Jj MATERIAL, and ? XNTS, OILS, GLASSES, fte.,
General Commission Merchant,
i iMa?ni^txLrer of /.Papery
, ;..'B?i"-i;\?.??R'?AD'B ; ?"fr.?:?B-T, -.
: ;_. .i ;<'. Comer Hodson Street, New York. -
^BALBB. .?;*A?*V- AND -IS MATERIALS OE
'"^DeMsSS^M^^^ ^ Ita.rnanrifartare. ^.
Tl CLOTfl??G Hil
Established in 1830 ?
No. 219 KING STREET,
One door south of Markot-st.,
HAVE OPENED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED
FINE, MEDIUM & LOW PRICED
Ma ll ufa. ct ure (1 expressiv for thia St?rket.
TO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS
invited. The style, workmanship and fit of tho Garments
are second to none in the city.
A largo supply of
Eii?li*li Mellon Clulli !
OF DIRECT IMPORTATION, AND MADE UP IN THIS
CITY, price $20 per suit.
Tho best supply of
BOYS' IND YOUTHS' CLOTHING
TO BE FOUND. A FULL ASSORTMENT ALWAYS
KEPT ON HAND.
THE UILORIKG DI PARTS! FF
WELL SUPPLIED WITH AN ELEGANT LOT Ol
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
WHICH WILL BE MADE UP IN THE BEST MANNER
under the care of a first -class FrcLCh Cutter, who cai
please the most fastidious.
COTTON AND MERINO GATJSE ?NDERBHXBT?
The noted STAB BRAND LINEN BOSOM SHTBT?
COLLARS, of all styles
FRENCH ETD GLOVES, ic, of the newest pat
All that is asked is an inspectioi
of the Stock, -which will be showx
Prices fixed and marked on ead
March 30 Imo
WILLIS & OHISOLMT^
FACTORS, C0?MISSI0X MERCHANTS,!
W/ ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SAXE ANI
TY SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic P?rtalo
COTTON. RICE LUMBER AND NAVaJL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston.. S. C.
WILLIAM fl. G1LULMD & SON,
Heal Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAY NE STREET.
GRAESER, LEE, SMITH & CO.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, a C.
C. A. GRAESER. _
G. W. LEE, of Sumter. A SYDNEY SMITH.
CHARLES SPENCER, of Boahopville,
January 1 . r- tuthsSmos
0, F. VOILER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lar o supply of STATIONERY
X HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1867, Etc
.1 JLLSO, . _
A une and largo selection of NOVELS, by the most
celebrated authors. SONO BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
All the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for the samo.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TPHOmriilfH?'. Uoraiittaf 8
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
No. 537 KINO STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of tho Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mall or Express.
All CASH OBDEBS will be promptly attended to.
February 38 ly
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE Cl Ol HES G, suitable for Gentlemen, La?
dies and Children, sud being desirous of ?"mtirt.iiiwjf our
Stock before the season advances too far, we would espe?
cially draw the attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which will be made in our prices for the nexttvo
or three weeis from date.
Apply at tho DEPOSITORY.
January 20 _No. 17 Chalmers street.
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN OBDEBS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk,
No 127 RKADE-tiTREET, CORNER HUDSON,
v for EXTON "3 PREMIUM TRENTON
All orders sent will bo promptly attended
erne* ' iWftBWt?
LOMBARD & CO.,
0 OM MISS 10 N M RR CH A HTS
Alco ngroax&ag'' ASP . T>S:IT,T?* . ?
NO. is i&mBH&n-w*. -3-? WHAE?,
Advances mado on Ooas'^cmehta of Rice as? Ooi??u
to oar address. ' ."' <.?.?.
References, by permission: To Messrs. JAMBS Ano?
ft Oo., Isesnc,- ttXSKX** BSOTSMia ? Co., Obarieston. 8.
; October 1 ..
GROCERY ASD If?&CtUA?ES.?S
BRA?;, SHORTS, Y?LL?W COit?
Kt AAA BUSHELS CB\N
t>,\/Uv ii ..' buHbuln Short?
1.800 buubcls Yellow Com.
Liiidmy nom Schooner l'aiap-co. and for noiu by
J.NO. CAMPSEN J: CO.,
April 2 2 So. U Market street opposite stuto streot.
PRIMK "WHITE AND NORTH
CAROLINA COHN I CV ?ILK AFLOAT.
5AAA tiUSKI LS PRIME WHITE AND NORTH
mXJXJyJ Carolina Cuni, per Schooners "Crown.
Point" and McLeau. For salo by
.1X0. CAMPSEN & CO.,
April 2 2 No. 14 Market Htr*?t .>pi?..-Mto State street.
"EXTRA BALTIMORE I^??RT"
BBLS. EXTRA BALTIMORE FLOITR. "MIDDLE
10 bbls Eitra Baltimore Flour. "Mt. Vernon." Higa
grades and suitable for family uso, for twin by
BUDD k BLAKE,
April 2 2 Boyce's Wharf.
~ CORN ! CORN ! CORN f
1 BUSHELS PRIME WHITE PROVISION
500 bushel" mixed Corn.
Landing from Schooner Louisa Frazier. For sale low
from the Wharf by J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
April 2 !
CORN! CORN !! CORN !! I
r\?^fl BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN IN NEW
Vy'Jv two bushel ba??. vrt?>h will be sold low
while lauding, this day, ex schooner Abl>ori;ahail8. Ap
P'y to S cENHOUSE A: CO.,
No. HO East Baj-, corner Frazer's Waarta
April 2 o"*
K?MPAK, LiWI & CO.,
Choice Family Groceries,
No. 6G MARKET-ST.,
Fotra DOORS EAST OF MEETII?O.Cnarlcston, S.
?3- GOODS PURCHASED OF US DELIVERED TO
ANT l">n'u'0S of tho City Free of Charge.
Feb . 19 tu th s2 Ul os
AND FOR SALE LOW
PARKER & CHILD'S,
No. 103 EAST BAY:
fr r\ f\f\(\ SEGARS, AT $8 PER M
0-_/?UV/vy 60 dozen Durkee's Yeast Powder, at
?l 87 X per doz. PA ..KER & CHILD,
March 26 tnthsC No. 103 East Bay.
CORN ! CORN ! CORN ?
4LHJO bulk. Lauding'"this "day^ o?-?choon?r?
Crown Point and Kate McLean, and for salo by
C. N. AVERILL & SON,
March 30_3_No. 68 East Bay.
CHOICE CARDENAS MOLASSES, IN HHDS.
tierces and barrels. For salo by
RISLEY i? CREIGHTON,
March 30 Cor. East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS TN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
FINE WEES. BRANDIES, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KING ST.,
MR. EVERT E. BEDFORD, THE MANAGER OF
THE ABOYE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
manta to the customers and patrons for their liberal
patron&eo and appreciation of tho quality of gooda pur?
chased by t J-m during tho past year. It has boen, and
always will ? -t rur aim, to PLEASt; OUR CUSTOMERS,
and as we oiler for sale the first quality of all kinds of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc., wo llattor ourselves
that, with our facilities, can give general satisfaction
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assist in
tho management, would bc pleusod to seo his friends at
No. 259, assuring them that all goods purchased arc
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELL ARE IMPORTED DIRECT BY W. 3.
CORWIN & CO., and pass through, no other hands, en?
abling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at tho following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON.?2 CO
FINE YOUNG HYSON.1 CO to 1 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER.3 36
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST.3 3S
ENGLISH BREAKFAST. 1 6t>
CHOICEST OOLONG. 2 QQ
CHOICE OOLONG.1 60
We keep, also, a Bupply of cheaper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at *1 60
Just received, a new supply of OLD JATA COFFEE,
?&! I-ABSBH?- <s^^sk\m\j?s?PW^?\
FIRST QUALITY, parched by us with great care. A trial
of these Coffees, Green, Parched and Ground, will con?
vince Lae consumer on that point.
GENUESE MOCHA AND L?GUAYRA.
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended to by
one of the Managers. Goods delivered to all parta of tba
city FREE OF CHARGE.
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER will sxrivo on
Tuesday. Sino February 4
npHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
X under the Arm of WATSON k RY ERSON is this dav
dissolved, JAMES WATSON ls authorized to pay and
receive aU debts, and will continue business on his own
account at No. 39 BROAD-STREET.
. . " JAMES WATSON.
April 3_2? p. F. RYKHSON.
MARCELLUS P. SMITH RETIRED FROM OUR
firm, by mutual consent, on March 25th, 1867
?April 2_?_GEO. W. CLARK tc OO.
rpHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING
_|_ between us, under tho name and firm of S.W.
GALE k CO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
Mr. R. W. Gale withdrawing therefrom. The affairs of
the late firm will be closed by Messrs. Bellamy & Robin?
son. R. Vf. GALE.
WM. H. BELLAMY.
^ , , " GEO. O. ROBINSON.
Charleston, S. C., April 1, 1867.
WILL CONTINUE THE CARRIAGE, HARNESS
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, under
the nama and firm of BELLAMY & ROBINSON, st tho
old stands. Nos. 46 and 48 WENTWORTH STREET and
No. 83 EAST BAY.
WM. H. BELLAMY.
_ , _? " < , GEO. O. ROBINSON.
Charleston, S. C., April 1st, 1867.
IN RE THUN G
T7TOOM THE FIRM OF E. W. GALE & 'CO., I RE
-L SPECIF OLLY solicit for Mesera. BELLAMY &
ROBINSON the aime liberal patronage which has alway?
bean extended to mo.
For the present I can be found with the new arm,
where I shall be happy to see any of my basin- ss friande
and customers. B. w. GALE.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
IN PARTNERSHIP, for the transaction of a GEN?
ERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, un?
der the name of JOHN tc THEO. GETTY, at No. 48X
EAST BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves.
Particular attention given to Purchase and Sale of Cot?
ton, Race, Provisions, Naval Stores, kc, kc.
Consignments solicited. JOHN GETTY.
' THEODORE GETTY.
Charleston, March 23,1867.
Heferencejt-F- A. Rnima Je Co., j. x. ALBUBOEB 8c Co
rnilsdelphia; Bum, Sos & Co., STUBGESS & Co., New
riVfcLr; UNDERSIGNED HATE THIS DAY FORMED A
JL COPARTNERSHIP under the name of JOHN F.
TAYLOR & CO., for the purpose or conducting the MA?
CHINE AND FOUNDRY BUSINESS in all its branches,
at the old stand, PHCENli IRON WORKS, north side of
Pritchard street JOHN F. TAYLOR.
Charleston, 13th March, 1867.
March 16 Imo
riTHE COPARTNERSHIP OF CAMERON, BARKLEY
JL tc CO. ii this day dissolved by tho withdrawal of
Captain FENN PECK.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
E. 0. BARKLEY.
Charleston, 6th March, 1867.
XCr?LL CONTINUE THE RAILROAD AND STEAM
YT BOAT SUPPLY BUSINESS, under the name of
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO., at the old stand, comer of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
(Signed) ABCHT?ALD CAMERON.
Charleston, 6th March, 1867.
FROM THE FIRM OF CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
I take the opportunity of sou'eitiug in their behalf
the patronage of my friends and the pu olio.
(Signed) FENN PECK.
Charleston, 6th March. 1867. Imo March 7
DARGAN & DAliOAN,
ATTORNEYS AT MW.
WILL PRACTICE TN THE COURTS OF THE
?Sr* Prompt attention given to collection of dalma.
3rjKBEwcxs.-Messrs. Pressly. Lora't Inglaaby, .Vamas
Tupper. Esq., Charleston, s. a
X P. DARGAN, T. G. DARGAN,
Florence, 8. C. Dtr?ington, S, 0.
March 18 -.-_ Imo
ELDER & EB0WN,
JR MANUTAOTUBARS AND PATENT
' ?fl iVT' EES of the oalobriited COMBINATION
?HOTBK^CRADLS AND 3\BY TENDER, ?To
^BfjHSSit'elung H or leo and all kinds of rtock
S~__J?SS/^T lQK B?rse-, Invalid Chairs, with double
y ?"fT?*: and airlie wheels, from $35 "to $48;
Children's Carriages, '.'.ney and Tarnished Wagons,
Fancy Sulkies, Invalid Ctrriagea, made to order Fane?
ProceHeraraa Jsvhy Rockers, ate., ftc., life-Use Horses,
Depot, No. 638 BROADWAY. Manufactory, ?os. 4*9,
460, 4SI and 442 WEST STREET, New York.
October 25 * .ttsSS?? >-'?