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(HESTON DAILY 1WS,
G. B. CATHCART, EDITOR
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE STREET
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Cotton closed in New York easier; sales 27?a28
for Middling Uplands. Gold closed at 33.
In Liverpool Cotton was quoted at 12$ d. for
Middling Uplands, and 13d. for Orleans.
Out of 700 convicts in the California State
Prison, only three axe females.
There is a colored theological school, with thirty
scholars, in Augusta, Ga.
The tax per capita in Boston is $31; in New York
$22; in Philadelphia $11.
There is great opposition in Baltimore to the
running of the street cars on Sunday.
An old Episcopal church at Richmond, Staten
Island, was burned last Thursday. It -as built
by Queen ANNE in 1713.
The State Treasurer of New Hampshire receives
?only $600 salary, and is obliged to give bonds to
the amount of $200,000.
The National Democratic Convention, to meet in
Louisville, has been postponed until the 4th of
Seventy-five new buildings, twenty of them BOT:
mills, have been built in Pensacola, Florida, since
The total number of barrels of flour inspected in
Richmond, Va., during the quarter just ended was
JOSEPH R. HAWLEY, who w>\d the Republican
candidate for Governor at the recent Connecticut
election, is a native of North Carolina.
A fine of $250 was imposed upon fifty-four jurors,
who failed to respond to their names in the Su?
perior Court, New York, on Monday.
The Augusta (Ga.) Chronicle estimates the
- number of disfranchised classes in that State at
It is said that the Viceroy of Egypt has -just ac?
corded to England the right of her troops carrying
arms when-crossing the Isthmus.
Bonnets from the skin of the cobra di cape Ho,
and ladies' mafia made of vulture down, are among
the articles sent from the Cape of Good Hope to
the Paris Exhibition.
Mayor HOFFMAN has veto 3d the resolution of
the Aldermen appropriating money to buy a file of
Ttie Herald. He objects to paying $2000 for old
newspapers which would be of no material benefit
to the city.
A trial at Canandaigua, N. Y., developed the
existence of a* "Mutual Refreshment Club," with
COO members, who, in fifteen months, drank 832
casks of lager beer and wore out sixty packs of
' playing cards.
The New York Evening Gazette posts us np on
gentlemen's shirts: "Wedding night shirts are
made wi*h ruffles, and worked in colors. F?rtha
mora modest they are gotten np plain, but made
with coat sleeves. Striped and spotted linen wjHc?
^ be worn for travelling shirts."
The Cleveland City Council lias pasgi^*?t?^j.di
nanco to pat down the Nioha^'OTTpavementon
Euclid Avenue,- provid^ecVyChe people are satisfied
with it. Theyjaav?"two weeks in which to decide.
adiana, is-still in darkness, the ram?
paging Ohio having drowned ont the gos works.
It will probably be several days before the citizens
of that benighted locality con obtain any "more
light on the subject," the flood having almost de?
stroyed the retorts in the gas houses.
It is announced, on the authority of one of the
officers of the Bank of England, that "in all its
: dealings with!the United States the bank had never
lost a dollar by an American." The largest note
ever discounted by this bank was a "piece of pa
" per" for ?600,000, about $4,000,000 in gold.
M. BOISSON has introduced a method of treating
superficial wounds by a jet of air from the com?
mon bellows, immediately forming a dried film
over the exposed flesh, beneath which healing is
greatly facilitated and other obvions advantages
?eonred. Burns which have removed the skin may
be treated advantageously in this way.
The Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, at its
recent meeting, offered two premiums on cultivat?
ed forest trees-one of one hundred dollars for the
best ten acres, and another of fifty dollars for the
best five acres-to be planted the coming season,
and the awards to be made at three years old, or
A correspondent of the St. Louis Republican pro?
poses a simple and unform rule for determining
the difference in the price of any commodity per
bushel and per cental. It is to multiply the price
per cental by the bushel weight of the article, and
cut off the two right hand figures. Thus, if $2 90
be the price of corn per cental in. Atlanta
290x50=162(40. The cut off represents parts
100, making nearly $1 C2i. If $5 per cental be the
. price of wheat-500x60=300(00 per bushel.
The Emperor of France promised to Queen
VICTORIA, the statues of HENEY LL, RICHARD
CkBUB DE LION and ELEANOR of Guienne, old pic?
tures, the propel ty of an Abbey (in the interior of
France. Upon the publication of the fact, there
iras immediately such a storm op the part of the
press and the clergy, that bis Majesty has con?
cluded to do what most be very ^unpleasant under
the circumstances, viz : to write to the Queen that
he had mistaken his power. He finds that he can?
not give away what is not his.
On Monday there were several strikes among the
laboring men of New York. The carpenters, who
b?v? heretofore 'been receiving $3 50 a day, de?
manded $4. The coopers raised from $2 60 a day
to $3. Tho painters at Flashing, L. L, also strack
for an increased rate, and several other trades are
preparing for similar movements as soon as they,
see what success their fellow-laborers may have.
The masons, for instance, will demand $3 a day
after May 1st. Among the carpenters j it is said
that several employers have agreed to pay the in?
creased rate, bat others refused it. The Laborers'
Society of Brooklyn also struck on Monday, and
ask $3 a day .
One of the roles of the Richmond Railway Com?
pany, says the Dispatch, is that colored persons
?hall not ride in the streetcars except as nv reen,
but may stand on the front platform. On several
occasions recently, colored men have gotten into
the cars, bat have mostly retired from them when
informed of the rules. Such, however, has not
always been the case. On one of the oars a day
or two since, two of them, after having got in,
were with difficulty induced to leave, bnt did so
ander threats, and after making a note of the con?
ductor's nome, and the number of the car. We
learn that it is the intention of the company
to put on cars for the colored people as soon as
the patronage will justify it.
The Washington correspondent of the New York
Tribune states that Senator REVERDY JOHNSON
Sive? it TS his opinion that the Supreme Court has
no original jurisdiction in the case ot the Recon?
struction Act, recently passed by Congress, and
that it most come before it on appeal from the
lower courts. This opinion is shared by FESSEN
2>KN, TRUMBULL, STEVENS, and other prominent
Republican lawyers. Governor PATTON, of Ala?
bama, declines to be identified with it, and the
Governor of Louisiana, it is thought, will oppose
the aotlon._ Governor OBS, -also, in his recent
-?peech at.the Board of Trade dinner, stated that
le was not in favor of carrying the case to tho
Supreme Court. In our telegraphic columns to?
day will be found the initiative, taken yesterday be?
fore the Supreme Court by Judgo SHARKEY, of
The Scientific American contains the following
account of a very desirable article for every house
bold : "A simple instrument for making artificial
ice is now manufactured in Paris, by which a
beautiful cylinder of ice is produced in ten minutes,
or a bottle of wine or other article can be reduced
to the freezing point of water ia the same recepta?
cle. The instrument consists of two metallio
cylinders united, one within the other, the space
between them being devoted to the freezing mix?
ture, and the interior of the smaller cylinder, to
the water or other article to be cooled. These be?
ing introduced, the cover is put on, and the
cylinder is rolled to and Ero on a table by the hand.
The chemicals consisted formerly of one part each
of water, subcarbonate of soda and nitrate of am?
monia; but for the latter a cheaper salt not men?
tioned is now substituted, and the mixture is pat
np in quantities sufficient to make seven pounds
of ice (if we reckon correctly from the indirect
statement before us) for fifty centimes, orles?
than one dime. The instrument costs ten francs.
Jt is called the gla?ier roulante,"
Honorable JOHN T. MONBOE, of New Orleans,
says the Richmond Examiner, has rather a hard
time of it. He has been turned out of his office
five times by military -authority. BUTLER suspend?
ed bim in May, 1862, reinstated bim again, and for
the second timo ejoctod him and sent him to Fort
Pickens. In 1863 General CANBY turned him out,
after an hour's occupancy of his office. Shortly
thereafter he was reinstated, when General BAIRD
turned him ont again. He was soon after reinsta?
ted with his authority, and now General SHERIDAN
deposes him. Like WILKE*, in the old country,
and BROOKS, in the new, he preserves amidst, and
probably because of, the enmity of power, tho re
spect of the people.
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publishes thc Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTION 6. And he it further enacted, That lista of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Postofflce in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shall be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener; shall have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
SO" A3 communications intended for publication in
this journal must be addressed lo the Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Dauy
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the edy must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1867.
COMMERCE Of THE PORT.
We publish this morning our tabular com?
mercial statements for the quarter ending
March 31, ]18G7. The increase in the quantity
and value of the exports for this quarter over
the same period of the year 1806 is so large
and exhibits such a marked improvement in
this branch of trade that we have been in?
duced to give the following comparative state?
ment, viz :
Exports First Quarter, 1867. Cotton
and other merchandise, Foreign.... 41,926 $6,391,316
Exports First Quarter, 1866, Cotton
and other merchandise, Foreign.20,818 4,667,917
. Increase.21,077 $1,833,998
Exports First Quarter, 1867, Cotton
and other merchandise. Coastwise.. .19,995 $2,824,603
Exports First Quarter, 1866, Cotton
and other merchandise, Coastwise...10,788 1,976,008
It will thus be seen that upwards of 30,000
more bales of Cotton have been shipped in the
first three months of this year thau for the
same period of the year I860, and an excess of |
valuation of nearly $2,700,000-a very heavy
increase when the reduction in the price of
this staple is taken into consideration.
On the other hand the Import trade Bkows a
falling off,'the decrease in the amount of duties
received during the quarter amounting to near?
ly $25,000, as compared with the first quarter
of 1806. The Import business of our cUjj
necessarily exhibit these fluctuations! until a
larger capital and inorv^^ggjs^P^uking
?& t.hall len^JJj^u?^isiance to build up
'direct trade. The high rates of
duties and scarcity of money, together with the
unliquidated liabilities of the country trade,
these, combined with our political status, have
tended to impr.ir confidence and restrict trans?
actions in foreign importations.
We append a summary of the business of the
quarter as follows :
Value or Imports. $207,689 00
Receipts from Customs. 110,446 3!)
Value of Goods in Warehouse. -45,808*00
Duties on Goods in Warehouse.. 27,437 82
Value of Imports, Foreign.;. 6,391,316 00
Value of Imports, Coastwise. 2,824,503 00
We have received a communication inquir?
ing whether, if the State should exercise its
its privilege of voting upon the question of
Convention or no Convention, by deciding
against the call of a Convention, the present
Military Governmrnt would continue, without
those changes which only a Convention can
We think this question indicates a very grave
and dangerous misconception of our position,
and of the purpose of the Reconstruction Act.
The leading idea of that act ia unquestion?
ably the restoration of the South to its normal
condition in the Union. It is clear that both
the people and the political leaders of-the
North have come to the conclusion that a con?
tinuance of the present anomalous relations of
one-half of the country to tho other is unsafe,
dangerous to the large general interests of (he
Union, and embarrassing to the political calcu?
lations of the future. -The very significant
declaration of Governor MORTON, who certainly
represents the extreme of the Republican
party, that if the South was not restored by
1808, that party could not hold together, is an
evidence of this.
And we may rely upon it that those who hold
power will not allow us to use the machinery
of the Reconstruction Bill asan obstructions
The registration of the legal voters of the State J
is a preparation for action, and if, when regis?
tered, they do not act, no man who looks at the
facts before him can doubt that action will be
taken for them. The insertion of this obliga?
tion of a popular vote in the bill was simply for
the purpose of obviating the inconsistency of j
certain radical Senators who had contended in
opposition to Mr. JOHNSON'S policy, that a State
could only organize of its free will, and to call
a convention by military authority without the
expressed Mill of the people, seemed to contra?
dict this declaration. Like the election of the
French Emperor, it was a form necessary to
keep the record technically correct.
The North has no interest, and no desire to
keep up a military government at the South.
What it really wants is reconstruction. The
popular mind had been taught that such re?
construction was impossible if left to the peo?
ple of the State, under their old systems of
political power, and they adopted universal
suffrage as the mode by which reconstruction
could be effected. Then, as they doubled whe?
ther that suffrage would be accepted, they
established a military government to protect
and inaugurate its exercise, and to keep order
through this dangerous transition state.
We think it clear that such men as Senators
SHERMAN and FESSENDKN were working really
for reconstruction, but were not strong enough,
perhaps not willing enough, to risk any anta?
gonism with the extremists of the parly who,
either from bad judgment or bad feeling, in?
sisted upon adding the most objectionable pro?
visions to the Act.
Any hesitation on our part in giving full and
complete operation to those clauses of the Act
in which our co-operation is n?cessnry, will be
a great mistake. It will weaken the hands of
those who have erected the "scaffolding" for
the purpose of laying the foundation for more
permanent work. It will furnish a theme for
declamation for the agitators, and, as we think,
is very evident will put us in a position of
isolation even at the South.
We have said thus much not because there is
any large number of people who tako this short?
sighted view of our duty, but because we think
it very important that even those few should
not throw away their strength by a very fool?
ish vote. It is so easy for men who cannot
readily overcome their prejudices, to satisfy
what they cannot help feeling to bc an impera?
tive duty, to take their parts in the coming
elections by voting "no Convention," that we
cannot too earnestly entreat, them to consider
what a soiemu responsibility rests upon every
one of us to do all he can to carry out fairly
and thoroughly the purpose of this reconstruc?
tion act, and thus hasten the time when the
State can bc relieved from*those conditions
which press so hardly upon her pride, her in?
terests and her coustitutional rights.
WANTED, VEST MAKERS, SEWING
Machines preferred, at COHEN'S Clothing Manu?
factory, No. 372 King Btrcot 1* April C
WANTED, A COMPETENT WHITE NURSE
for throe young children. Recommendations rc
quired. Apply at No. 30 SOUTH BAY. 1* April 6
TT7TSHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
VT that can cut and make .men and boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's drosses, can keep bouse, and moko
herself generally useful in the house, kitchen and
gardon. Low terms. Good references given if required.
Any one writing please state tenus. Address
"C. W." BOX 31,
April 7_Vance's Ferry. S. C.
WANTED-A FEW MORE WHITE MEN,
to work on a plantation near the city. Place very
healthy-great inducements offered. Apply at No. 69
TRADD STREET._tuths_March 12
WANTED, A SITUATION AS WET NURSE
by a healthy white woman, with an infant a
month old. Apply at this Office._3_April 4
SITUATION WANTED.-A VOUNG MAN
who is an experienced Accountant, and well versed
in the Exchange, Banking and Lumber Business, wishes
to obtain a situation at a moderate salary. Address Vf.
H. G., at this office. March i3(
AWIDOW LADY WISHES A SITUATION
in some respectable family. Is capable of doing any
kind of Sewing. Any one desiring such a one will
please make application at this office.
WANTED TO PURCHASE, TWO (2)
medium-sized MULES OR HORSES, young and
well broken ; also a light two-horse WAGON, suitable for
a farm. Apply at B. MCINNES'BLACKSMITH SHOP,
Chalmers street 2* April 6
Pi? V AT JO HOARDING.-MRS. H. HAM
LAH bas removed from No. HG Meeting street to
No. 62 Society street, where abo is prepared to take a few
more Boarders on reasonable terms, tums* April 2
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A FEW BOARD.
ERS can bo accommodated at No. 92 KING STREET,
east side, near Broad. A few Day Boarders can be ac?
commodated. J amit ry 31
r) RENT, A SMALL HOUSE, IN RUT?
LEDGE AVENUE, near Morris street.
R. M. MARSHALL k BRO.,
4tfH Beal Estate Agents, 33 Broad street.
TO RENT, THREE TENEMENTS, TWO
rooms each. A large cistern and pump on the
premises. Apply at No. 9 BUEN *8 LAN E.
April 6_ 2*
BRICK STABLE TO RENT.-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICK STABLE, with accommodations for
horses and vehicles, can be hired, if applied foi soon.
For particulars apply ou premises, No. 69 CHURCH
STREET, west Bide, near Tradd. 3 April C
TO RENT, THE TWO AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HOUSE, No. 66 St, Philip street,
opposite the Upper Ward Market, having four upright
and two garret rooms, kitchen, Ac. The iront may bo
used as a store. Apply at S. E. corner Judith and
Elizabeth streets. 1 April 6
TO RENT, THE COMMODIOUS THREE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 68 Tradd street;
has 12 square rooms, dining rooms, pantry, pump, cis?
tern, cook and wash kitchens, carriage house and
stables, together with ample servants' accommodations;
gas fixtures throughout. For terms, kc, apply to J. C.
MARSHALL, No. CO Tradd street sm March 8
TO RENT, THE THREE AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HOUSE No. 2G Coming street,
opposite Montague. Apply to I. L. FALK k CO., No.
303 KingBtreet . April 2
NUN AN'S FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
STREET, TO RENT. Apply on the premises.
TO RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP. THE
delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street. For
particulars, address B. F., Daily News Office.
MISS ROSA MURTLAND'S
(OVER MESSRS. SHEPHERD k COHEN'S.)
MISS MURTLAND HAS JU8T RECEIVED, PER
"Manhattan," a beautiful assortment of SPRING
AND SUMMER MILLINERY, and solicits a call.
Latest Stylen always on hand.
April6 _ _tuthalmo
MADAME F. L?DECUS7
WRY il UM GOODS
NO. 252 KING-ST, Up-Stairs.
fTlAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF INFORMING THE
JL LADIES of Charleston, and vicinity, that sbo bas
recently opened a largo assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would be glad if La?
dies would call and examino them.
Mrs. Ludecus promises to sell at the cheapest possible
rates, being satisfied with small profits.
STAMPING AND FANCY WORK
Done at tho shortest notice.
She has the agency also of Madame Demoreat for the
cale of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the aid of which
every Lady can be her own Fashionable Dressmaker.
April 6 stu th
CITY STOCK, CITY STOCK.
CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PER CENT. STOCK
Certificates of Indebtedness of City for Interest
City cf Charleston BiUs
Northeastern R. R Coupons
Bonds, Stocks of all kinds
Wanted by ANDREW M. MORELAND,
April 0 stutb.3 Brokar, No. 8 Broad street
BONDS AND STOCKT
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 tuth&S Broker, No. 8 Broad street
B??KBI1LS! BANK BILLST
BANK BELLS OF ALL KINDS
GOLD AND SILVER
COUPONS, STOCKS, kc.
Bought at highest price, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
February 13 wlthutu2moa No. 8 Broad street.
STOCKS, BONDS, CITY BILLS,
CITY OF CHARLESTON SIX PEE CENT STOCK
South Carolina Railroad Stock
City of Charleston Indebtedness of Interest (Bills and
State South Carolina Bills Receivable.
Apply to SAM'L. C. BLACK,
April 6 2 Broker, No. 26 Broad street
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
No. 527 KING 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 Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly atteuded lo.
February 28 ly
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer of Par>er,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
NO. 12 7 READK STREET,
Corr v Hudson Street, New York.
DEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
every description tor il? manufacture.
December 18 Gu.o
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the use of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR you
can bo cured permanently, aud at n trifling cost
The astonishing success which has attended this in?
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness,
General Debility and Prostration, Loss of Muscular Eu
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of youthful
icdiscreiion, renders it the most valuable preparation
It wiU remove all nervous "dVr-ctions, depression, ex?
citement incapacity to study or business, 1 ms ol' memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of in?
sanity, Ac. It will restore tho appetite, renew thc health
of those who haye destroyed it by sensual excess or evil
Young Men, bo humbugged no more by "Quack Doc?
tors" and ignorant practitioners, but send without delay
for the Elixir, and be at once restored io health und hap?
piness. A perfect Cure it Guaranteed in every.iuHtauce.
Price SI, or four bottles to ono addre-a ?3.
One bottle ls sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
CflALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for tho
Bpeedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections cf
the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from nne to
five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on thc system, and never nauseate Hie
stomach or impregnate tho breath. No change of diet
is necessary while using them, nor does their action in
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Pri: e SI
Either of the abovo-meutioned articles will bo sent to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders lo
BERGER. SH?TTS k CO., Chemists.
March 30 ly No. 285 River Klrect, Troy, N. Y\_
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
TOYS, CHINA, SLATES AND SLATE
8TBASB?RGER k NUHN, FORCED BY THE RAPID
increase of their business and their present inade?
quate accommodations, have made arrangements to re?
move from No. G5 Maiden Lane to tho extensive lofts of
No. 394 BROADWAY, near Canal t*lroet, New York, on
the 15th of March; offering there tu buyers better in?
ducements than ever before. thstu3mos February 28
ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC MALE ORPHAN
AMEETTN ? OP THE SOCIETY WILL BE HELD AT
the Vestry Boom of St. Patrick'?? church on Sun?
day, 7th inst, at 3 o'clock. Business of importance to
be transacted. A full attendance is requested.
MARION FIRE EN GINE. COMPANY.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF YOUB COMPANY
will be held This (Saturday) Evening, April 6, at 8
o'clock precisely. Punctual attendance of all Members
(honorary and active) is desired.
* By order.
A. S. BEAUSANG, Secretaiy M. F. E. Co.
April G 1
ATTEND THE BEGULAB MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Society This Evening, at tho Society's Hall, at
8 o'clock. By ordor. S. D. H?TSON,
PALMETTO LOAN AND BUILDING ASSO?
AMEETING OP THIS ASSOCIATION WILL BE
held This Evening for the purpose of considering
the adoption of measures tor winding np the affairs of
the Association. A full attendance is requested.
By order E. JNO. WHITE.
April 0 Secretar}' and Treasurer.
ASPLENDID RESIDENCE AND FARM,
situated within the corporate linrts of the town of
Aiken, S. C.-Tho residence is large and commodious,
containing eleven rooms, all with fireplaces; piazzas aro
attached to the first and second a tories, with all the con?
veniences necessary to a complete residence. The
grounds are handsomely laid out with Evergreens, Roses,
kc, and the vegetable garden very ample. The outbuild?
ings, servants' houses, stables, kc, are all in complete
ordor. Tho Farm consists of about fifty acres of fine
This property, now the residonce of Mrs. M. M.
Schwartz, is offered for salo at a reasonable price, and on
accommodating terms, for the purpose of division among
the heirs of the late Geo. Perrott. The entire furniture
ol the house and premises a ay be purchased with the
Address W. S. WALKED,
W. G. MOOD,
March 20 ws Executors Estate Geo. Parrott.
FOR a ALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHILA?
DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
til graduation in tho MEDICAL DEPARTAIENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren. Principles and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of the first Medical Universities of
the country, a favorable opportunity is offered thone
studying medicino for a scholarship. Apply at this
O thee. December 15
FOUND, A WHITE AND DROWN COW.
The owner can have her, by coming forward, prov?
ing property and paying erpenaea, at No. 64 Bull stn et.
April 6 1*
WHOLESALE ROBBERY, OF SEVEN
BULL PUPS, from No. SS Market street, on the
night of the 2d inst, between 10 and ll o'clock. Thev
were of a yellow color, with white rings round the necks.
Most of them have about one inch from the rump a stiff
Joint in their tails. A reward of Thirty ($30) Dollars will
be paid for their recovery bv
JOHN M. MARTIN,
April 5 3 No. 35 Market street,
HAS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, TO
No. 48 Society street, between King and Meeting.
April G . stuthG
Mrs. 0. mWNEMAM
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HER FRIENDS AJjft'
the public generally that her
At No. 44 NAS8AJ>6y?gEET, will be opened on SATUR?
DAY AFTFS^oN, tho 6th inst., for tho season,
p ^wAf^nB also keep ICE for sale.
April 6 1*
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE, - - - No. 375 KING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE EASEL.
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH IN?
SERTED at moderate prices.
SGS' TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
Or by DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
March 5 ruths Gmo
FOB MOTHS. RELIABLE! OHEAPM FRAGRANT? Sold by
druggists overywhero. HARRIS k CHAPMAN, Factu
rors, Boston. 2 April 5
fTVHE THOROUGH-BRED STALLION "SANTEE"
X will make tho Spring season at the Mills House Sta?
bles, Chalmers street, at $20 the season, with privilege of
returning any mare, that may not provo in fool, the fol?
lowing season. "Santee" is a sorrel stallion. 7 years old,
163? hands high. Sired by Garret Davis, dam by Shark.
He was raised by Colonel Alston. wths3 April 3
ELDEE & BROWN,
MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT?
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
ORADLE AND BABY TENDER, Pro
trolling Horses, and all kinds of Rock
mg Horses, Invalid Ohalrs, wlthdonble
and single wheels, from S25 "to $46;
Cblldron's Carriages. Fancy and Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sulkies, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fancy
Propellers and Baby Rochers, ic, ?ic, life-size Horses,
made to order.
Depot, No. GS8 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 449,
460, 451 and 462 WEST STREET, New York.
October 26 thstnlyr
FOUR HIGH PRESSURE BOILERS, THIRTY-SIX
feet long, thirty-six inches in diameter, with Bteam
(hum attached, all new; suitable for a Steamboat or Saw
Mill. To be delivered on the Wharf, at Bay Point, S. C.
Will be sold low for cash.
Apply to JOHN TUOHEY,
April 2_ruths?_No. 48 East Bay.
FROM ONE TO FIVE HUNDRED HEAD BEEF
CATTLE-the youngest or' which warranted to be
four years old-doh vera bib at Palatka on the first day of
June next Apply to COHEN, HANCKEL k CO.,
No. 46 East Bay,
April 2 tutbsS Corner Boyce k Co.'8 wharf.
And other Purposes.
THE 1REAT DEMAND FOR THESE USEFUL AND
ECONOMICAL STOVES has induced UB to increase
the supply, and we are now prepared to furnish thurn, at
manufacturer's prices, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
J. B. BU VAL & SON,
No. 337 KING STREET.
One door north of Liberty street.
April 2 tuths3
P. BON FORT,
HUDSON, near KING STREET, rear of CITADEL.
FARM HANDS, COOKS, WASHERS, HOUSE SER?
VANTS, kc, wanted immediately.
March 20 tuths2mj
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
BETWEEN ROYCE'S NORTH AND SOUTH
SHTP CHANBLER ANB COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Healer and Im?
porter in RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
.Hunilla and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, Buck and Twines,
Parcelling, Copper, Sheathing, Metal
and Zinc, Paints, Oils, Tar, Tallow,
Spirits Turpentine, Anchors, Chains,
Blocks, Boats, &c, &c.
Personal and particular attention
given to purchase and sale of MER?
CHANDISE ANB PR0BUCE con?
signed or trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made.
Brown &? Level's Patent Life Sav?
ing Tackle and Boat Betaching Ap?
paratus, for steamers, always on
hand, and for sale at New York
HATS AND CAPS.
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS,
The Temple of Fashion,
A 269 KING STREET. ?
Meas', Tontiis' an? Boys' Dejartieiit,
WHITE, BLACK, DRAB, PEARL, NANKEEN, AND
BROWN SOFT FELT HATS; also, STRAW HATS, In
following goods : Leghorn, Canton, English, Pe?
dal, Coburg, Luton, Dunstable, Milan, and
Panama, Styles, Black Crook, Croquet,
Vesta, Henrietta, Fleetwing, Cable,
Clipper, Eton Jockey, Jerome,
Oxford, Tutor, L'Orient, Our
Hat, Richelieu, and a
variety of other
Mies', Hisses au!
Dexter, Sontag, Seville,
Rainbow, Venus, Henrietta,
Star, Anna, Cinderella, Turbans,
Gladiators, Shaker Hoods, kc, in fol?
lowing Straws : Canton, Pedal Milan,
Coburg, English, Dunstable, Luton, Leghorn,
Chip and nice trimmed and untrimmed, with a
large assortment of French Trimmings and Flowers,
of direct importation. My assortment of goods ls as
large, and the prices as low, as con be found in any house
C. H. JOHNSON,
No. 269 KING STREET.
And everything else in the Staple and Fancy
DRY GOODS UNE.
The largest and most varied Stock in the city, all of
which will be sold low for cash,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Call and see, and you will find the cheapest, combined
with the most select Goods, offered lower than ever since
No. 306 KE?G STREET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts.
BUILD AND REPAIR
Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist Mills. Cast?
ing! In Iron and Brass of
Send orders to
J. M. EASON & BRO.,
Nassau and Columbus sta.,
Charleston, S. C.
BRIDGES & LAME,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
RAILROAD AND CAR FINDINGS,
machinery of Every Description.
TAFT'S PATENT BOLLING LEVER SHEARS
So. 60 Courtland-st., corner Of Greenwich,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolls, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolts,
Iron Forgings of various kinds, Ac, ?tc.
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forges and Jack Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and Silver Trimmings,
Belting of all kinds, Baggage Checks, kc, kc.
Also, Agents for the manufacturers of OAR TTF.ATI
ALBERT BRIDGES.>,.. TCEL a LANE
TO CARPENTERS, BUILDERS, &C.
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO A FURTHER
REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OF PREPARED
LUMBER for your uses.
TONGUELNG AND GROOVING.S5 per M
SURFACING ONE SLUE. 4 per M
SURFACING BOTH 8LDE8. 7 per M
ON HAND FOB SALE :
20,000feet 1% WorkedSeaso?edFlooring
10,000 foot & Worked Lining
10,000 feet ?4' Weather Boards, 9 and 10 Inches wide
16,000 feet 1M, 1><, and 2 inch Yellow Fine, 14 to 20
10,000 feet IV Stepping
10,000 feet Wide 1 inch Boards.
Your patronage is solicited.
We have lately attached a FIRST-CLASS CORN MELL
to our establishment, and are prepared to furnish
GBIST AND MEAL, in large or small quantities, to cus?
Orders from City or Country solicited. Terms cash.
WHARTON k PETSCH.
Car Works, Steam Planing and Grooving Mills,
Corner Line street and Railroad Avenue.
March 20 tuthslmo
lt YORK STEAM ME CO.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAR WHEEL LOXES,
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December If (too
SUMMERVILLE, S. C.
THE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
public that he has re-opened thc above HOUBC and is
prepared to accommodate families or single boarders at
moderate rates. P. V. BRANDT.
G. F. TOILER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPH3, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 18C7, Etc.
fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the most
eel irated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
Am seinents, Ac.
AI. the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for the same.
Orders from the country are respectfully solicited.
TERMS LIBERA^. November 8
GROCERY AWD MISCELLANEOUS?
QA Ail TW0 BUSHEL BAGS ; FOUR THOUSAND
Ovvu thxoo bushol Bags.
ALSO, ' '
Twine for sale, at lowest market price, State, corner
Cumberland street, by
April C- . st?thi. . .: F.-W. GLA?8SEN. :
O A A A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN. LAND
OXJXJKJ LNG and for sale, by
W. B. SMITH & CO., . ,
April 6 1 . !? Naplerls Range.
KAIPAUX, mm & cf
Choice Family Groceries,
No. 66 -MABKET.-ST.,
FotJB Doona EAST OF MEETING, .... Charle s ton, ?3. C,
fJS* GOODS PURCHASED OF US DELIVERED TO
ANT PORTION of the City Free of Charge.
February 19 _tnths2mofl
AND FOR SALE LOW
PA?KE? & CHILD'S,
No. 103 EAST BAY:
RA AAA 8EGAES, AT $8 PER M
t)vy?Uv/U 60 dozen Durkee's Yeast Powder, at
$1 8TJ? per doz. PASSER & CHILD.
March 28 : tuthsO Li No. 103 East Bay.
Established in 1830 !
. 219 KD?t?TEEET,
^5Be door south of Market-st,
HAVE OPENED A LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED
STOCK OF. .
FINE, MEDIUM & LOW PRICED
Manufactured expressly for this Market,
TO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS
Invited. The style, workmanship and flt of the Garments
are second to none in the city.
A large supply of
English Melton Cloth !
OF DIRECT IMPORTATION, AND MADE UP IN THIS
CITY, price $20 per suit.
The best supply of
BOIS' Ail YOUTHS' CLOTHING
TO BE FOUND. A FULL ASSORTMENT ALWAYS
KEPT ON HAND.
THE T?ILORIHG DEPARTMENT
WELL SUPPLIED WITH AN ELEGANT LOT OF
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
WHICH WILL BE MADE UP IN THE BEST MANNER,
under the care of a first-class French Cutter, who can
please the most fastidious.
COTTON AND MERINO GAUSE UNDERSHIRTS
The noted STAR BRAND LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS
COLLARS, of all styles
FRENCH ETD GLOVES, 4c., of the neweBt pat?
All that is asked is an inspection
of the Stock, which will be shown
Prices fixed and marked on each
B. W. McTureous, Snp't.
TEMPUS (MANDI DIFFER KOS IN AIM.
puLMom ELIXIR ww.
FOR THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION, PAINS IN THE
CHEST AND SIDES, DIFFICULTY LN BREATH
ING, BRONCHITIS, CATARRH, ASTHMA, COUGHS,
HEMORRHAGE, and all affections of the Lungs.
This great revivifycr ia offered to the public, that aU
who will avail them-elves of ita remedial power may be
It only requires a fair trial to confirm its invaluable
agency in diffusing through each channel of the human
organization a restored vitality. It invigorates and em?
bues the Lungs with hi-althful elasticity; restores warmth,
which ls their essential element; rouses the sluggish ves?
sels into activity; heals tlic affected lobes ; purifies and
enriches the blood; regulates the circulation; induces
free and easy respiration, and expels, through its admin?
istration, each and every concomitant disorder present in
tho malady recognized as Consumption, and hitherto
deemed hopeless and incurable.
This compound ia perfectly safo, possessing neither
narcotic nor emetic properties, which unfortunately are
always employed aa essenliala in every preparation for
Cough or Lung affection-a iniatake which too often in
its irritating and debilitating consequences, only con?
duces to much general derangement of the system, de?
stroying appetite and creating au injurious nervous ex.
citement, augmenting suffering with frequent fatal re?
Under the influence of this approved and invaluable
Specific the most distressing Cough yields, difficulty in
breathing and pains and Bareness subside, hemorrhage
is arrested, and health and atreugth re-established.
PRICE FOR SINGLE BOTTLE $1.25.
Sold by tho Proprietor, uorthwest corner SOCIETY
AND MEETING STREETS, and the principal Druggists.
EXCELSIOR !_EXCELSIOR !
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
rpo THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
X depilatory recommends itself as being an almoBt in
dispensible article to female beauty, is easily applied,
does not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly on the
roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous bair from
low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
skin soft, smooth and natural This is the only article
used by the French, and ia the only real effectual depila?
tory in existence. Price 75 cents per package, sent post?
paid to any address, on receipt of an order, by
BERGER, SHOTTS k CO., Chemists,
March 30 lyr No. 285 River st, Troy, N. Y,
GROCERY AMD WISCiOlAWE?US
PRIME WHITE COBN I&BULK
AFLOAT, yrl'yC- '?
g\-i BUSHELS PRIME WHI't'g, MILLING
tl LAO COBN, landing from Schooner B. F. Jone?,
Md for sale by JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.,
April 6 a No. 1* Mattet oppottta State street '
O A TIERCES CHOICE SUGAR" CURED PALMETTO '
?.il HAMS :- - ' - (- '
15 bbls Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey.
..... ?ns* w<^^.^WliCi3uK^ A rALEKANDRR,T?
. Aprflff-- ?J * ii ' No. 187BastBey._|v
A _f A A BUSHELS PBLME WHITE MARYLAND
4500 CORN in bulk, per schoonerGoUeniGate.
WHISKEY AND BUMER.
OA BBLS. BOURBON WHISKEY,' SUFI ABLE FOB
Ov/ thetrade. '" ? - <
16 kegsFamilyButter. ]|^^TZ.k co..
': No. 201 Bast Bay, corner Ouml>erl*nd street
AprilB.. ? a_
WM. S. COBWiM & GO., i
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DEALERS IN
CH0?CE FAMLt GROCERIES,
AND bip?ETEBS. OF
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, TEAS, ETC,
No, 259 KE?G-ST.,
H/TB. EVERT E. BEDFORD; THE MANAGES OF
[ff THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks tn~tam'<nmiiim?Mand patrons for their liberal
patronage and appreciation of the quality of goods pur
obasedby tom during the psst yesar.. It hssbeen^and
always wfllbf cur aun, to PLEASJ? OUR CUSTOMEBS,
and as we oiler for sale the first quality of au kinds of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc., we natter ourselves
that, with our faculties, can. give, general satisfaction
toall " ' " ~*"*" "
WM. SIMONS, Esq., laving been engaged toasstet in
tho management, would be pleased to see his frienOs at
No. 269, assuring them that ah goods purchased are
WARRANTED AS BliPBffiKNTED.
THAT WE SELL ABE IMPORTED DIRECT BY^W. 8.
CORWIN & CO.. and ness through no other bands, en
ab?ngUfln^ on?y^oWARRANT THEMASPUBEAND
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at the fo?owing prices :
FINEST YOUNG.HYSON.i ??'?$ SS
FINE YOUNG HYSON.1 W to ? 2
FINEST GUNPOWDER...2 26
CHOICEST ENGLISH BBEAKFA8T............... 2 25
ENGLTSBr BBEAKFAST... .*.1 ?Q
CHOICE OOLONG..?. ..1?
- We keep, also, a ^supply of cheaper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TBA? MIXED, at U BO
^usTreceived. a new snppVof OLD. JAVA TOFFEE, -
_6c.; PARCHEDv Bte.; GROUND, B3O.;.OLP BIO, 86c
The PARCHED COFFEE we represent to be ??fe
FIBST QUALITY, psrehod by lis wita greit care. A trjal
of these Coffees, Oreen, Parched andr Ground, wfll con?
vince tho consumer on that whit
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUA YBAT
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended to by
one of tho Managers;, Goods deUvored to aU parts of the
city FREE OF CHARGE. .__.-. , v:"
A supply^^rfGOSB^ DmYBUTim ?riB t?ve on
Tuesday. -^,^.-;:Febrasry A -
IwJE COPARTNERSHIP HERE. -"ORE EXISTING
between us, under the.name i firm of B.W.
GALE A CO., is this day dissolved by mutual <*n??*>nt
Mr. B. W. Gale withdrawing th era rom. The affairs of
the late firm will be closed by Mee&rs. Bellamy k Eobtu
Bon. B. W. GALE,
' WM. H. BELLAMY.
GEO. 0. ROBINSON.
Chsrleston, 8.. C., April 1, 186J. ,
WILL CONTINUE THE CARRIAGE, HARNESS
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, under
the name and firm of BELLAMY k ROBINSON, at the
old stands, Nos. 46 and 48 WENTWORTH STREET and
No. 88 EAST BAY.: . . :
WM. H. BELLAMY.
GEO. O. ROBINSON.
Charleston, S. C, April 1st, 1867.
IN RETIRING ?S
TjTBOM THE FIRM OF B. W.- GALE A'CO., I R??*
JJ ykPECTFOXLY solicit for Mesar*. mer.T.auv ??
ROBINSON the s/ime liberal patronage which has always
been extended to me.
For the present I can be found with the new finn,
where I ahall be hippy to see any of my bushy ss friands
and customers. R, w. GALE.
;. NOTICE!. :.-:"r '.
fl "IHK COPARTNERSHIP OF ' CAMERON, BARKLEY
X k CO. ia thJ3 day dissolved by the withdrawal of
Captain FENN PECK. . .-?
(Signed) ....... . ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
' . , R. C. BARKLEY.
Charleston, 6th March, 1867. -
. ... THE UNDERSIGNED
TTTTLL CONTINUE THE RAILROAD AND 8TEAM
TV BOAT SUPPLY BUSINESS, -under fite name of
CAMERON, BARKLEY k CO., at the old stand, corner Of
Meeting and Wentworth streets. - , :.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
B. C. BARKLEY.
Chsrleston, 6th March, 1867.
TjTBOM THE FIRM OF CAMERON, BARKLEY U CO.,
JD I take the opportunity of soliciting in their behalf
the patronage of my friends and the public. -
(Signed) ?'-- FENN PICK.
Charleston, 6th March. ,1867. . Imo March 7
fTTHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS B KY FORM ED A
X COPARTNERSHIP under. the . naute cf JOHN F.
TAYLOR k CO., for the purpose of conducting Ute MA?
CHINE AND FOUNDRY BUSINESS in aU its branches,
st the old stand, PHC2NLX _IX)N WORKS, north side of
Pritchard street JOHN F. TAYLOR.
' JAMES BARKLEY. ~> i
Charleston, 12th March, 1867. ?S
March 16 .; . " . _^oo ' '
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OUB8ELVE8
TN PARTNERSHIP, tor the transaction of it GEN?
ERAL SHIPPING AND C0MMIB8I0N BUSINE38, un?
der the name of JOHN A - THEO. GETTY, at ggggX
EAST BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves.
Particular attention given to Purchase and Sale of Cot?
ton. Ense, Provisions, Naval 8tores, kc, kc
Consi?nment8 solicited. JOHN GETTY,
Charleston, March 28,1867.
Reference?-E. A. SODDZB A Ca, J. T. ALBUBOSB ?Ca.
Philadetohia; Bum, Sou k Co., STOBOBSB A^Co., NSW
York. " : ' " M*tcn3?
MARCELLUS P. SMITH RETIRED FROH OUR
firm, by mutual consent,
April 2 . . 6 . . GEO. W. CLARK A CO.
1 OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
? : r March L1887.1
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND KJZ80NS RETAIL?
ING spirituoufl uquors, within the dry limits, who
have not executed -their bonds and taken out the proper
cards to show that tiley have license to seO, wffl be re?
ported as hot complying with me law, after Monday, 6th
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have the
same placed in a conspicuous place in the window. AU
failing to observe this notice will siso be reported, after
the. above-mentioned time, . , W. H, SMITH, . -
Marcb.2_ Clerk of CoundL
SOUTHERN EXPRESS WPiN?7
Office No. 147 Meeting street
Every attention given to the sate
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OP CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10_ Augusta. Qa.
U8E THIS, LADIES, AND NO OTHER,
With your PASTRY have no bother;
At every grocers you can get lt,
Try a box and ne'er regret it
This YEAST POWDEB is used by ah first-class Hotels
and Restaurants through the country, and ls finding its
way into every household where good Yeast Powder is
appreciated. Samples free. Every box warranted to
give elation or money refunded. Manufactured by
TAYLOR k YOUNG, No. 186 Front street, New York.
For sale by GRUBER k MARTIN,
Na 236 King street
HENRY BISCHOFF k CO.,
No. W, East Bay,
W. S. CORWIN k CO..
Na 269 King street
DO WEE k MOISE, Druggists,
No. 161 MEETING STREET.
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
DARGAN & DARGAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF THE
?5T Prompt attention given to collection of claims.
REFEHENCEa-Messrs. Pressly, LordAInglesby, James
Tupper, Esq., Charleston, S. C. *
J. F. DARGAN, .m. T. O. DARGAN.
MaJST108'a a langton, S, Cf!'
March 18 jmg