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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
G. B. CATHCABT, EDITOR
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON,
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Cotton closed in New York on Saturday steady.
Middling Uplands, 28c. Gold was quoted at
In Liverpool Cotton closed heavy, with a down?
ward tendency. Middling Uplands, I2id.: Orleans
Cape Town, in Africa, with a population of some
80,000, is still without a gas lamp !
Her Majesty's steamer . TTasp has been sent to
Quiloa to endeavor to ascertain the truth as to the
reported murder of Dr. LIVINGSTONE.
Work has already been commenced in removing
the rubbish of tbs Lindell Hotel in St. Louis. It
ia to be immediately rebuilt.
A subterranean police has been established in
Madrid to operate against thieves who make their
way into houses from tho sewers.
BRIGHAM YOUNG sent $100, recently, to JAMES
PINE, Esq., of Port "Byron, New York, to pay a
board bili contracted thirty years ago.
The Tcras telegraph announces its thirty-third
birth day, and states that it is the oldest paper in
the State, and older than the "Old Bepublic of |
An Australian sheep-grower has come to Texas
to keep sheep. He wants to show Americans how
to do it i w?U commence with a small nock of 10,000,
and then work up. Probably he will be worked up.
A newly invented flying machine in California is
. expected ? to; .make a trip Across the continent in
twenty-four hours. .This is decidedly a case of
great expectations nerf to be realized.
At the Universal Exhibition at Paris there is on
exhibition a locomotive, constructcd in 1861, which
N hail run 93>750' miles in three years, .without sub?
mitting to any repairs...
Gen.'G." W. RANDOLPH, of Bichmond,-ex-Confed
erate Seerota-ry of War, died on Wednesday last, at
the residence of bis brother, near Monticello, Al?
bemarle" county,Va.,, at the age of fifty. He had
been in ill health for some time..- : - -,
Messrs. SPAULDING and BATLEY, the managers of
the National Theatre,in Washington City, will give
? benefit on the lath instant, the proceeds to be
appbed to the relief of the destitute poor in the
Southern States. . ^ -
The foliage-of pine trees in Austria has been
made into a fibre that" is good for stuffing chairs
and mattresses, raid from, which are woven suc?
cessfully bed coverings and similar substitutes for
A splendid drinking fountain, to be known as the
?gifl-of the lateTYLER DAVIDSON, is about' to be
?rooted in Cincinnati.'The .shaft will be thirty
two feet in height, and the bronze figures, to be
cast rn Murdeh, will cost $50,000 in gold.
Tba Boeton Posi says we often boast of "healthy I
New England;" in comparison with the Southern
States, but figures show that there rae more peo?
ple die of Consumption in the State of Maine, ac?
cording to her population, than Louisiana loses by
yellow fsver and cholera.
A letter from New Orleans, says: "On Mardi
Gras, rae of the masqueraders wore a military
g|?>?fraj?^ made of
'spoons J Asho^j^OtToy, the. people seeing the
spoons, even the negroes, too,' shouted 'Butler,
General HANCOCK'S Indian expedition, fifteen
hundred ?trong, proposes to go Fort Lamed, on
the Santa Fe..road^'.where bo will invite all the
chiefs, ca*hostile tribes to council, and discuss
terms" of peace.". If they fail to agree, he will im
modiatary cuter upon a vigorous war against them.
In diggingi'a'ccTIar-.onihe coiner of Superior and
32rie streets^Clevd^^ the petrified
body of a man was found, together with a number
of knives, arrow-heads, ?c., as usually found in
Indian graves. One of the arms was accidentally
broken, but otherwise the body is nearly perfect,
While a steam fire engine, returning from a fire
was crossing: the Erie Canal bridge in Rochester,
the flooring gave- way, and the engine, horses, and
. three men were precipitated into the canal below.
. The men were all more or less injured, one of the
horses was killed, and the steamer badly damaged.
The. contractors for the Chicago lake tunnel
claim to- have loat money on the work, and have an
application before the Council foi an additional al?
lowance. The'-Trater which is now in use, one of
the papers eay??-J ls fe nnd to bo" beautifully clear,'
althoughvjittte; pieces of vogetable matter, like.
moa?, ;ai? seen floating-in it."
fhVf?t culinary novelty is alphabetic soup. In?
stead of the usual fand cylindric and stfx-ahaped
morcela of marcaroni, which have heretofore given
body to our broth, the letters of the alphabet have
been substituted. As these letters of paste pre?
serve their form in passing through the pot, their
appearance in the plate ia capital, to say nothing
of thedr whimsicality.
. A bureau- agent in Georgia,- sends the fol?
lowing communication to the Cuthbert Appeal:
"Please announce through, your columns, that
pers.on?.qf both c?lera, who aro blind, deaf, dumb,
deiormt?,'imbecile or decurejpid,"are requested ' to
cali atmyoflit?e in Cuthbert, Coorpia, and register
their narnia, in view of being assisted by the gov?
ernment of the tjnited States."
Paris is going mad over a sort of humming top,
juat mvent?d. by a patientloas doctor. It ia made
to revolve by a vulgar: whipcord and handle, and
, when it reaches ita maximum of rotation six small
tops como out of it and begin to spin round it ; at
the will of the spinner they return to the bos om of
their mother. -The inventor calls this the prolific
top ; a happier name would be the opossum top.
Nnmerou?gxpedients are reported from Massa?
chusetts forget around the prohibitory liquor law,
. which is now being. enforced with rigor in that
State. The latest expedient is the sale of mince
pies with akrg^qu^trfy 'of brandy bl them, or.as
a'Boston paper ' expresses it,- about one drunk to
eachmincepiej. - These are known a8 "anti-prohi?
bition pies,'Vand are chiefly sold in the highly ex?
emplary and mor il town of Boston.
An English artist bas succoeded in the photo?
graphing of guns while being fixed, in the pic
tures which weife t?k?h, the moment had been so
exactly seized, that the ball could actually be seen
protruding from the muzzle of the gun, while in
the verj act of leaving it. The electric mechanism
hy which the gun is fired and the plate exposed at
the exact instant desired, is said to be equisitely
The earthworks of the Paris Exhibition, includ?
ing the Park, amount to upwards of half a minion
cubio yards. The iron work amounts to 13,200
tons, of which 10,000 tons aro in the great ma
chinery gallery. The windows of this gallery pre?
sent a surface of 53,700 square yards, and those of
the other galleries 25,0C0. The palace itself occu?
pies an area of 140,181 square yards. Of this 61,000
square yards will be occupied by France, 21,653 by
England, and 2900 by the United States.
An explosion occurred on the 3d ult., at the Clo?
ver HUM Coal Mines, near Richmond, Ya., in which
sixty-nine fives were lost-thirty v-hite,.and thirty?
nine colored. The explosion was caused by the
accumulation of gas in the pits, but little is known
of the accident, as the mmes immediately took
fire, and the northern shaft was closed to smother
it. A bucket, shoe and lantern were blown by the
force of the explosion from the bottom of one of
the shafts to the top of the mine, a distance of
Mr. B. M. BROWN, eighty-four years old, and a
resident of Dayton for the last thirty years, is un?
dergoing the process of voluntary starvation. Ac?
cording to the Journal, of that ci??, he and his
family assert that he hos taken no food since the
28th of February. He feels no pam from his loug
fast, and asserts that ho has no appetite. He is
reduced to a skeleton, expects death, and is satis?
fied with the expectation, but believes that "guar?
dian angels'" have, bv, some spiritual essence, pro?
tracted bis fife.
philadelphia has more citizens of African de?
scent than any other place in the country-tho
present number reaching 4!s,000. They support
seventeen churches, worth $225,000, with a mem?
bership of 5440, and 1700 Sunday-school scholars.
They have twelve or fifteen free schools, with a
?ally average attendance of 2200. There are
thirty-four negroes in the city whose combined
Wealth amounts to ?1,358,000. The richest man is
Stephen Smith, a lumber merchant. He owns
seventy-five houses in fee.simple, and is worth not
less than $300,000. Harris Lindsay, a bounty
broker during the war, is worth $250,000. Five
artists and a number of excellent musicians re?
ceive distinguished mention. Among the latter is
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The BAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in thc Postoffice at the end
of each week, agreeably to thc following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as thc
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTIONS. And be it further enacted, That bata of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Poeloffice 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
AST Ad communications intended for publication m
Otis journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
DaUyNews, No. 18 Eaynestreet, Charleston, S. C.
Business Communications lo Publisher of Baily
News. ? - .
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica
Advertisements outside of Gie eily must be accompa?
nied willi the cash. m ''
MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1867.
MISSISSIPPI AND THE SUPREME COURT.
It appears that the preliminary steps to
the argument before the Supreme Court of |
an injunction against the President and
Generai ORD to prevent the execution of j
the Reconstruction Act, have been taken in
Washington. We see also that in Mississippi,
the State on whose behalf the motion is
made, there ' a great difference of opinion as
to its wisdom. Many of her most distinguished
citizens, including some who served with large
reputation during the war, have expressed very
decided opposition to this proceeding. We do
not purpose to criticise the action of the State. |
Judge SHABKEY is a very eminent lawyer; has
presided for a long term of honorable years
over the Bench in Mississippi, and is a wise
and moderate man. if he thinks that a learned
argument on Constitutional law will either per?
suade the Republican party to abdicate their
power or reconcile the South to a more willing
submission, and if the Supreme Court is will?
ing to hear him, we suppose such an argument
will do no harm ; and, perhaps, a century
hence a philosophical student of our history
may find in it matter for profitable study. But
as a matter of practical influence upon the duty
which lies before us; it is about as important as
the discovery of an ancient record containing
a Greek argument before the Areopagus.
> The practical publi? mind of this country has
long been convinced that" one of Che chief evils
of our past history has been the everlasting
constitutional -argufying which made every
question of practical policy a legal issue, and
which forced people who wanted to-do the same
thing to quarrel for ever over the way in which
it should be done. Now, if there is one fact
Which is clear fo-day it is this,, that the people
-of both sections have determined to settle thia
question and be done with it. We, of the South,
would have preferred to settle it in accordance
with the principles of Mr. JOHNSON'S policy
for that policy spared our pride; preserved j
most of the old forms of political th ought J
and action, and did not add to thjMnaternS de?
struction of war, the shock of -s, complete revo?
lutionof ideaj? ;Obejwn-?y who really held the
power of the country refused to adopt this
policy. After two years, during which our in?
dustry was paralyzed, our energy suppressed;
our minds tormented and confused os to what
we were.and where we were, , the political
struggle ended in the defeat of those we believed
our friends-a defeat as complete as that which
preceeded the surrender of our armies. And
just na General LEB, in words of brave and
touching simplicity, which will live for ever in
history, said to his scarred and tattered veter?
ans, ' I have done the best I could for you,"
and sent them home to fold up their flags and
put away their arms, so Mr. JOHNSON has
fought bis fight and met his defeat, and neither
be nor we, if we are wise men, will violate the
terms of surrender by a useless and mischiev?
ous guerrilla warfare. .
We might as well say plainly what we think
honestly. We think the South ought to stand
upon its own creed. If we are indeed martys,
do not let us deny the principles for which we
suffer. We went into the war with the distinct
declaration that we were exercising our right
when we seceeded. We resolutely and delibe?
rately came out of the United States. We disa?
vowed its authority, rejected its constitution,
repudiated its flag. We claimed to be, and we
were, an independent people-a complete self
sustaining Government. . For five . long years
vre maintained that independence, and have j
written upon the pages of history tho record of [
aj national life which was as glorious as it was
brief. We were a free, brave and independent
pieople ; but we were oonquered. The Confede?
racy we created vanished. "The earth has
bubbles as the ? water hath, and this was'of;
them." That great army, whose deeds were in
ill,men's mouths, suddenly and silently passed
>ut of all men's sights. The flag whose gleaming
stars and bars were recognized by every nation
is the symbol of a lawful belligerent, faded
'rom the seas ; and as a people we stood in the
yorld of civilized nations without a shelter ?ave
lie shattered fragments of our State organiza
ion. Now is-it consistent with self-respect, is
t wise, is it true to disavow all this, all that
nade our war a war for right. Can we main?
ain fo-day that the States which passed the
Ordinance of Secession were not States, but,
is Mr. SEWARD called them, a combination of
awless individuals, who had usurped tho State
luthority? Can we maintain that the Govern
nent we reared was no Government-that
IEFFERSON DAVIS was not the representative
>f a lost cause, but a rebel Senator more unfor?
tunate than AARON BURR in his failure, and not
is lucky in the legal acuteness by which he is
lefended? Can we to-day stand before the su?
preme tribunal of the republic and declare that
ive are now, what wc have always been, in?
separable portions of an undivided country
that as equal and co-ordinate States we haye
never left because we never had the right to
leave the Union? If so, what shall South
Carolina answer when the blood of her children
eries from every battle-field, why and for what
have we perished ?
The terms which have been granted us may
be unwise' may be ungenerous, but we cannot
alter them. We fought as biave men fight
who love the truth, but the war we inaugurated
has ended in a revolution not merely of power
but of thought. Old landmarks, old institu?
tions, old thoughts have been swept away be?
fore the torrent. ??Old things have passed
away and all things become new." Let us
bury that dead past with reverence and love,
but let us do our duty to the living. We owe
it to the children of those who died for us,
that the quarrels shall not go on forever over
their graves. We owe it to them and to our?
selves, that the cause for which they died shall
stand in history as they fought it. We do not
desire to see a great simple historical issue
jonverted into a legal puzzle and we have no
hope that what LEE and JOHNSTON could not
maintain in t he field, will be recovered by the
ingenuity of pleadings or the eloquence of ad
TUB STATE OF EUROPE.
Extremes meet. Never before in the history
of the world, have peace and war gone hand in
hand, as they do to-day in the French Empire.
The Universal Exposition, one of the most mag?
nificent, schemes ever conceived by the human
intellect, for the celebration of a universal
peace, has just been opened, and millions of
artists and savans, of the curious and the seek?
ers of pleasure, will congregate in the gay capi?
tal of the world, as the French delight in call?
ing Paris, the Champ de Manbus been converted
into a gigantic temple of peace. Yet all the
while, side by side with this mammoth world's
toy, we see preparations for war progressing
un the most colossal scale.' The reorganization
of Inc army is the one great ^question of State
policy, now occupying the public mind of
France. Thc old conscription, odious and ex?
hausting as it was to the country is nbolished,
and in its place we see a levy in mass of all the
youth of France. Yet so general and wide?
spread is this public feeling in favor of a war
with Prussia, that even the ablest and most de?
termined members of the opposition, do not
venture to attack this part of the policy of the
government. M. TUIERS and JULES FAVUE,
both endeavored to show that France has lost
prestige during the poat year, and that the
Emperor was overreached by- the superior
craft of the great Prussian Minister, but their
expositions only tend to heighten the general
indignation against the power that has brought
Such humiliation upon France, Every public
roan in that country feels instinctively, that
Germany, if she indeed succeeds in becoming a
consolidated and united power, and not France,
must hereafter occupy the position of arbiter
in the affairs of Europe, and they are deter?
mined at all hazards to prevent s\ich a perma?
nent loss of the French prestige.
The brilliant successes bf the Prussian arms
have failed to convince the French that the
Germans will not yield, as they have done in
times gone by, before the irresistible assault, of
French bayonets. And whatever the laurels
earned by Prussian Generals, the Frenchman
is satisfied that his own captains have more ex?
perience and superior military wisdom, and,
therefore, needs must be able to overcome the
others in the field. Then they further count
upon Austria as not likely to forego such - an
opportunity to revenge herself upon Prussia.
Then there are the smaller States of Switzer?
land, Belgium, Holland and Denmark, each one
of whom has its grudge against the Prussian
Eagle. Even Russia, it is thought, may be
secured in such on alliance, if she be allowed
to take her own course in Eastern affairs.
Certainly this would prove a formidable coa?
lition ; but does not necessarily decide the
contest in advance. Prussia developed most
surprising energy and resources; and when she
Will have uncontrolled sway of the entire mili:
tary power of all Germany, and be put on the
defensive, there is reason to believe, in our
opinion, that she will prove a match for all her
i With France alone it remains at present to
determine whether or not, and how long, the
peace bf Europe is to continue. Other nations
are occupied, some of them even violently agi-:
tated, with questions of internal policy ; but
there seems to be no proximate intention of
v[ar anywhere at present except in France.
Heret it is true, the champ dc Mars is given to
sin exhibition of the arts of peace, but for all
that it should be borne in mind the Temple
of Janus is not closed.
?SITUATION IS WANTED BY A RE?
SPECTABLE woman as a SEAMSTRESS or CHAM
V?.RMATT>. TB capable of Cutting and Fitting. Good
re reren cea can be given. Can be seen for three dsys at
No.; 8 SIRES STREET._1*_April 8
garden. Ixiw teniut^S?^^^^J^
Any one writing ploase s^^^r0B,'*7^P^g^?PpB
WANTED-/. CHILD'S MOISE, (WHITE,)
to.go to a healthy locality in the country. Apply
at No. 120 ST. PHILLIP STREET.
?April 5 V fm2
IM M I GR ATI ON.-PLANTERS WHOSE
. Plantations are located lu healthy situations can ob?
tain any requisite number of German or Irish Laborers,
at short notice. For terms, 4c, apply to
j .r JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM.
No. 482 King street corner Hudson street
March' 6 ' wfm2mo . Opposite Citadel Square.
SITUATION .WANTED.-A . YOUNG 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 W.
H. CK, at this ornee. \ . March i8
?WIDOW LADY "WISHES A SITUATION
.in Borne respectable family. Ia capable of doing any
kind, of Sewing. Any one desiring such a one will
please make application at thia ol?lce.
February 2C-' '' . .
T) RSV ATE BOARDING.-A FEW HOARD.
X ' 'EES can be accommodated at No. 92 KING STREET,
cast side, near Broad. A few Day Boarders can be ac?
commodated. January 31
rRENT, TWO OR THREE ROOMS IN A
pleasant portion ot the City. For particulars, ad?
dress "F. S. P.," through this Olfioe. ? April 8
TO RENT.-A PART OF A HOUSE NO. 50
Beaufain Street containing four Large Rooms,
Garret Boom, Servant and Kitchen, Gas and hue Cistern
and double piazzas with blinds. Toan approved tenant
the rent will be moderate. For terms apply to
WTM. H. DAWSON,
April 8. I Beal Estate Agent 33 Broad Street
TO RENT, FOR THE SEASON. A DESIRA
BLE STAND, for Segars and Soda. Bent moderate.
Apply at No. 339 KING STREET'..mwaS April 8
TO RENT, A VERY DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, with six rooms, pantry and dressing room,
cistern, and suitable outbuildings, No. 21 Lynch street
Apply at No. 23 LYNCH STREET. 3 April 8
mo RENT-THE ELLIOTT MANSION, NO
X 10 George street Apply to LOWNDES & GRIM
BALL, Law Bange, Broad street
December 1? m
TO RENT, A NEW AND WELL FIN?
ISHED two and a half story BRICK HOUSE, sit?
uated hi Trumbo Place, near the corner of Broad and
Rutledge streets, containing 4 square rooms, two large
well finished attics, two dressing rooms, panky, cistern,
end all the necessary outbuildings. Inquire next doer,
to C. C. TRUMBO. mwf March 25
rpO RENT, A SMALL HOUSE, IN RUT
X LEDGE AVENUE, near Morris street
R. M MARSHALL ii BRO.,
Real Estate Agents, 33 Broad street
April C - 2
TO RENT, THREE TENEMENTS, TWO
rooms each. A large cistern and pump on the
premises. Apply at No. 9 BUEN '8 LANE
April 8 2*
BRICK STABLE TO RENT.-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICK STABLE, with accommodations for
horses and vehicles, can be lured, if applied foy Boon.
For particulars apply on premises, Ko. 69 CHURCH
STttEET, weet side, near Trodd. 3 April 6
mO RENT, THE COMMODIOUS THREE
X STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 68 Trodd street;
has 12 square rooms, dining rooms, pantry, pump, cis?
tern, cook and \ was h kitchens, carriage house and
stables, together with ample servants' accommodations;
gas fixtures throughout For terms, ?c., apply to J. C.
MA'UKHAT.r,, No. 60 Trodd rtroet sm March 8
TO RENT, THE THREE AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HOUSE No. 26 Coming struet,
opposite Montague. Apply to L L. FALK & CO., No,
303 King street April 2
XfUNAN'S FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
J.1 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., Doily News Office.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD AND
CHARLESTON GAS LIGHT COMPANY
STOCKS, CERTIFICATES OF INDEBT?
EDNESS OF CITY AND STATE, ?fcc.
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS OF CITY
of Charleston, Charleston Gos light Company Stock,
South Carolina Railroad Company Stock, Bills Receivable
of the State of South Carolina, Charleston City Bills, will
be bought by ALONZO J. WU ITE & SON.,
April 8 ' 2 OlBce No. 58 East Bay street.
ALWAYS BUY THE BEST.
THE BEST SINGLE THREAD.
CAN NOW BE HAD FOR EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
J. G-. FOLSOM'S
HIGH PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES;
WILL STITCH, HEM, BIND, AND GATHER.
J. E. ADGER & CO.,
62 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Apiti 3 wfmlmo_Sole Agents for the State.
SEWING MACHINE FOR $30.
rTUIE MACHINE WILL STITCH, HEM, FELL, TUCK
X BRAID, Ac, so simple that a child will easily man?
age it, is offered for sole, and can be seen at No. ll Ma
zyck street, No. 463 King street, and at
W. L. WEBB'S Crockery Store,
February 15 mwf?mos No. 6 Hayne street
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT IN
Is Fuller & Barnum's
TUCK-CREASER AfiD SELF-SEWER
THIS ATTACHMENT IS AUTOMATIC, AND MEAS?
URES, creases, and stiches tucks at one operation,
without guiding with the hands. Also for sale, SEWING
MACHINES OF APPROVED PATTERNS, ot low prices;
SCISSORS SHARPENERS, NEEDLE THREADERS
NEEDLES (all kinds); OIL, TOOLS AND FITTINGS
REPAIRING AND IMPROVING ATTENDED TO AS
USUAL. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY FILLED.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 331 King street .-onior Liberty.
April 1 mw!2mos
PALMETTO PIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM?
PANY. at the Hall, This Evening, at 8 o'clooJt pre?
cisely. By order. W. H. ARMSTRONG. :
April 8_Secretary P. F. E. Co.
VIGIXJANT PIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
your Engine House, This Afternoon, at half-paet
Four o'clock, in citizens dress, lor oxerciso parade.
By order. JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
April 8_l _Secretary.
ORANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. P.M.
ACOMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE WILL BE
held at Masonic Hall, This Evening, at 7J? o'clock.
All applicants for tba first degree will attend.
By order W. M. WM. A. GIBSON,
April 8_ 1_ Secretary.
ATTENTION CHARLESTON PIRE ENGINE
THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
Company will he held at your Hall, This Evening, at
7 o'clock precisely. Punctual attendance is requested as
business of importance will be transacted.
_April_8_GEO. MoLEAN, Secretary C. F. E. Co.
CHARLESTON LUCRAR Y SOCIETY.
A REGULAR QUARTERLY MEETING OF THIS 80
?3L CIETY will be held at the Library Rooms, corner
Broad and Church streets, on To-Morrow, 9th inst, at 1
o'clock P. M. WM. G. MAZYOK,
April 8 2 Librarian C. L. S.
2Birb flattpnbcn ant OfUrn SKontag, ben 22ten 3fprt?,
im 3>eutfd>en ?&rlfcen*?a?fe, m@6almere*<Stta?ic. Sin*
fttufl 8 ??bt S?benb*. eintritt $1.
Committee: Oo?n ??ebr, G&aivmatt, 3. Sosanna",
?. SU&erS, fi; ?on eife'en, ?nb 2B. ?cniic.
April 8 _8,15,18, 22?
At No. 17 i King street,
COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 8th, 1867,
From 1 o'clock to 10 o'clock P. M.
mHE PUBLIC ARE SOLICITED TQ CALL AND
_L view the scenes of this GRAND ITALIAN PANO?
RAMA, which is, without doubt, one nf the best that
ever visited this place.
SOENES TO CHANGE DAILY.
Admission 25 cents. SIG. G. COSTA.
April 8 . 2*
A Grand Concert
MR; OSWALD MEYER,
AND HIS TWO SONS,
OTTO and JXJLIEUS MEYER,
. AT THE
TUE NEK H ALL,
NO. 70 KING STREET, BETWEEN BROAD AND
Monday, April 8ti, 1867.
DOORS OPEN AT 7 O'CLOCK, PERFORMANCE
to commence at 8 o'clock. Tickets may be pro?
cured at Mr. H. Sicgling's Music Store and at tho Turner
Hall on the evening of the Concert
Admission-One Dollar. wm2*_April 3
I ImL?GE CHAPEL.
TO-MORROW EVENING, APRIL . 9, 3867,
Will read at the College Chapel, Shakspeave's Comedy,
"THE TAMING OF THE SHREW,"
i Commencing at 8 o'c'ook. Tickets-FIFTY CENTS
to be had at Russell's, at Hohnes' Book House, and at
the door. 2* . April 8
P IN A PHILA
edidne and Surgery,
to lull instruction un
_ ology? Materia Medica,
emistry, Ooatetrics, 'and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren, Principles and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. Aa this is one of the first Medical Universities of
the country, a favorable opportunity ia J tiered those
studying medicina for a scholarship. ' Apply, at this
Office. ' December 16
WHOLESALE ROBBERY, OF SEVEN
BULL PUPS, from No. 35 Market street, on the
night of the 2d inst, between 10 and ll o'clock. They
were of a yellow color, with white ringa round the necks.
Most of them have about one inch from the rump a stiff
joint in their tails. A reward of Thirty (?30) Douars will
be paid for their recovery bv
JOHN M. MARTIN,
Aprils 3 No. 35 Market street
HATS AND CAPS.
STEELE, LEAPER OF HAT FASHIONS, HAS NOW
introduced the styles which will govern the trade.
LEGHORN, Panamo, Dunstable, Luton, Chip, China,
Curacao, Manilla, Swiss, Canton, Palm, and other
STRAW HATS, of Low and High Crowns, Wide and
Narrow Rims, suitable for dress', plantation and watering
BOY'S DRESS, SCHOOL AND YARD STRAWHATS,
at 25c, 50c., 75a, 41, SL50, Si
Little Boys' and Infant's Straw Hats.
LADIES' and Girl's Straw Shakers, 25c. each. '
COMMON STRAW HATS, $1.60 to ?3 per dozen.
Select early-don't wait for mid-summer.
STEELE'S STRAW ROOMS,
No. 313 Sing-street
April 1 mf4 8ign of the "Big Hat"
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE IRATEST STYLES OP
Boots and Shoes,
And are offered at thelowesturrketpriceaby
D. O'NEILL iSf SONS,
No. 375 KING STREET, near George.
March 29 fmw2moB
yjf ANY SIZE. STYLE OR KIND RULED TO OED?B,
AND MADE TO ANY PATTERN.
LETTER, mn m CAP PAPERS.
BAKERS' BREAD BOOKS.
OF ALL QUALITIES AND STYLES,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND AT PRICES TO
JU1T THE TIMES, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
LEGAL, CAP AND LAW
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
EXECUTED AT SHORT NOTICE.
N"o. 50 Broad Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
October 22 mwfGmo
DRY GOODS, ETC.
GOUDKOP & BEUTHNER.
SILK CLOAKS, SILK CLOAKS.
T\TE H A.VE RECEIVED A FRESH INVOICE OF
TV THOSE BLACK SILK CLOAKS which bnvo
attracted so mach attention by their beauty of style,
quality of fabric, and economy of price.
COLORED MOHAIR SACQUES, a choice article for
spring and summer. GOUDKOP &-BEDTHNEB.
April8 --J. i. "3
BM SILKS, BLACK SILKS.
AFULL LINE OF BLACK DRESS SILKS, PER-'
FECT LUSTRE, at prices ranging from 81.40 up^
wards; PARASOLS, various styles; SILK AND GING?
HAM UMBRELLAS, for Ladies.
GOUDKOP k BEUTHNER,
April 8_ " 3_No. 420 iHng street.
AFRESH TNVOICE OF DESIRABLE MADDER
COLORiD PRINTS, good quality, at 12# cents;
LONGCLOTH8, SHEETINGS, DOMESTICS, GLOVES,
HOSIERY, SOAPS, PERFU:.Tt:RY, kc, at lowest rates, at
GOUDKOP k BEUTHNER,
No. 120 King street,
- ;. Three Doors South of Calhoun.
At Reduced Prices.
TO CLOSE OUT BALANCE WINTER STOCK.
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK.
WHITE AND CHECK MATTINGS.
Cocoa and Manilla Mattings. .
Floor Oil Cloths.
Table utt Cloths.
Door Mats, Feather Duelers and Brushes.
Superior quality Brooms.
Now opening at
CARPET WAREHOUSE, .
- - Easel street.
CHAS. D. CARR & CO.
Aprils . ' -' mw
JUST OPENED A VERY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
of SILK and LACE COVERINGS of lafewt styles and
of recent importation, very reasonablajrt
No. 2*8 KING STREET.
... DRESS GOODS.
? lu this line will be found the latest Novelties in Cold,
and Black SILKS, GREN ADINES, POPLINS, LENOS
CHALLIES, POUT DECHEVRES, Plain and Figured
BAREGES and MALANGES for traveling. '
A full assortment in Shades and Numbers of the
GENUINE ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES, together with
roany other popular makes, very reasonable, ALEXAN?
DER'S BEST KID FINISHED SILK GLOVES and Lisle
Thread for Ladies, Gents and Children, also an, exten?
sive assortment of LACE MITTS,
j WHITE GOODS.
JACONETS, GOTTEN CAMBRICS, MULL, NAIN?
SOOKS, French and Swiss MUSLINS, in plain, striped
and plaided, together with a splendid assortment of
finest Cambric and Swiss Edging and Inserttngs, Thread
Valencies, Guipure Linen and Cluny Laces in Edging
and Inserting. ,
1,000 dozen L. C. HANDKERCHIEFS, good quality at
12>i cents and upwards, full lines of the most popular
makes of IRISH LINENS* in fronting, Pillow Casing 8-4,
94,104 and 114 Sheetings, and an excellent assortment
of White and Cold TABLE DAMASK, kc, kc,
In this'hue will be found a full supply of best French
and English CLOTHS, CASSIM EUES, DOESKINS,
MELTON CLOTHS, TWEEDS, JEANS. VESTINGS, and
In the Domestic Department will be found a complete
stock of Prints, Longcloths, Shirtings, Sheetings and
Pillow Casing, Scotch and Domestic Ginghams,-Brown
Shirting, Corset Jeans acd Drills, all of which will be
sold at prices that will defy competition.
49*An early call bi respectfully solicited.
No 948 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets.
April 1 mwf 2m o
. NO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
la VUMMiUBJ VV JIU ll ?illa
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF .MERCHANTS TO
their Stock, which is entirely new, carefully selected,
and will be sold at a small advance on first cost, for cash
or abort time approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL.
W. Ti BURGE.
O. A. BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION of tho former patrons of Messrs. W. T. BURGE k
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during the recent depression In
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
Marchi 2mo W.T. BURGK
MANUFACTURERS OF .
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED OAR WHEEL BOXES,
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
December 18 fimo
NO. 571 KING STREET.
CABINET MAKER, UNDERTAKER,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO H?S
friends and the public generally, that he keeps on
hand FURNITURE AND BEDDING of all descriptions.
Furnishes Funerals with Mahogany, Walnut, Cedar and
Metallic Coffins. Also, with fine Hearses and First-class
Carriages. Will attend to disinterring bodies and trans?
porting the same. Personal attendance will be given at
CARRIAGES for Railroad and Steamboat accommoda?
tion, and FURNITURE CARTS, will bo furnished at any
time, by applying at my LIVERY STABLE, No. 5 Can?
non street, near King.
Thankful for past favors, and hope, by strict attention
to business, to merit a continuance of the same.
March 25 _ mwf2mo.
HARRISON BARNET, MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Bauds, Pins, Tassels, GimpB, Loops, Cords, &c. ; White
and Buff Hollands; No. 126 WILLIAM STREET, oetween
Fulton and John streets, New York.
Store and Office Shades made to order.
December 24 mwf Gmo
C. F. VOUER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1807, Etc.
j. fine and large selection of NOVELS, by the most
eek Hated authors. SONG BOOK8, BOOKS for Home
Am sements, kc
AL the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on baud, and subscriptions re?
ceived for tho same.
Orders from the country ore respectfully solicited.
>ppy*r* T T?T7HAT/. November 8
BREWSTER & SPRATT,
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Equity
OFFICE No. 9N BROAD STREET.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS. I
OA A A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE COEN. TAND?
OU UU LNG and for aile, by
W. B. SMITH _ CO., '
April 8_ 1_Napier's Bange."
BALES N. E. HAT, LANDING THIS DAY
per stearn ship Lodo'na, at Union Wharf. For
2 . No. 10 Gillon Btreet.
sale by ?
BRAN, SHORTS, OATS, &c.
LANDING THIS DAT FROM BRIG JENNY
ACHORN AND WTLL BE 80LD LOW.
fT AAA BUSHELS BRAN AND SHORTS,
?UUU 1000 Bushels Oats, . . ._
100 Bois. Irish Potatoes varions kinda,
51 Bbls. k?n dried Corn Meal, '
50 Bbls. choice extra Family Flour, -
25 Half bbla family Flour.
PLANTING PEAS, every variety, Grist and fresh
ground Meal, Broom Corn Seed, Ac., 4c, Sweet Pota.?
Slips, 8tock Corn. Apply to
At the People's Grain and Seed Store No. 219 East Bay,
April 8 mwf 3 Opposite Ney Custom House.
N. LEVIN; JR.,
Nos. 104 and 106 Market street,
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
customers that be bas just received per steamship
Manhattan, from New York,
? One tierce DUTCH CUCUMBERS .
One tierce Spanish Olives
He la also prepared to take orders for Passover
Groceries, consisting in part as follows :
TEAS, COFFEE and SUGARS, of all qualities ; choice
Butter, Rosher Fat, Cheese, Wine and Rum, Matzot,
Matzot Flour, and Cakes of all varieties. - . '
April 6 . . , . . ;, ,, , ... fina
Established in 1830 !
No. 219 KING
HAVE OPENED A LABOE AND WELL ,ASSOBT?D
FINE, PD1M & LOW PRICED
Manufactured expressly- foi; this Market,
TO WHICH ' THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS
invited. The style, workmanship and flt of the Garments
aro second to none in the city.
A largo supply of .: .. - .
English Melton Cloth !
OF DIRECT IMPORTATION, AND MADE UP IN THIS
CITY, price $20 per ault
' The beat supply of
BOYS' 111 YOUTHS' CLOTING
TO BE FOUND. A FULL ASSORTMENT ALWAYS
KEPT ON HAND. ,.
THE ?AILOMG DEPARTMENT
WELL SUPPLIED WITH AN ELEGANT LOT. OF
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
. . AND:.
WHICH WILL BE MADE UP IN THE BEST MANliEE,
und?r the care of a first-class French Cutter, who can
please the moetiastid?ous.
COTTON ANP MERINO CAUSE UNDEESHIRTS
The noted STAB BRAND LINEN BOSOM SHIRT)
COLLARS, of all styles
SCARFS, NECKTIES 'A - : -,
FRENCH KID GLOVES, Ac., .of the newest pat?
All that is asked is an inspection
of the Stock, which will he shown
Prices fixed and marked on each
B. W. McTureons, Supt.
TEMPUS CDRANDI DIFFER ISON IN A???M.
pinion ELIXIR SPEW.
FOR THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION, PAINS Iff THE
CHEST AND SIDES, DIFFICULTY IN BREATH
ING, BRONCHITIS, CATARRH, ASTHMA, COUGHS,
HEMORRHAGE, and all affections of the Lungs.
This great ?wivifyer is orTered to the public, that all
who will avail themselves of its remedial power may be
It only requires a fair trial to confirm its invaluable
agency in diffusing through each channel of tho human
organization a restored vitality. It invigorates and em?
bues the Lungs with li - ul thia 1 elasticity ; restores warmth,
which is their essential element; rouses the sluggish ves?
sels into activity; heals the affected lobes; purines 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 is perfectly safe, possessing neither
narcotic nor emetic properties, which unfortunately are
always ouployed as essentials in every preparation for
Cough or Lung affection-a mistake which too often in
its irritating end debilitating consequences, only con?
duces to much general derangement of the system, de?
stroying appetite and creating an injurious nervous ex?
citement, augmenting suffering with frequent fatal re?
Under the influence of thia approved and invaluable
Specific the most distressing Cough yields, difficulty in
breathing and pains and soreness subside, hemorrhage
is arrested, and health and strength re-established.
PRICE FOR SINGLE BOTTLE $L25.
Sold by the Proprietor, northwest corner SOCIETY
AND MEETING STREETS, and the principal Druggists.
April 2 _ ly
FOR CHOLERA AND DIARRHOA, USE DR. C. G.
GARRISON'S CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA PRE?
VENTIVE. 11 has not its equal in the world.
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE
For sule, wholesale and retail, at my store, No. 211
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
OOWIE & MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
No. 131 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
April 2 mths6
GROCERY AND MtSCEUASTOUS-;
," ;;y MOLASSES. ? :fWM
C%?\ BBEB. NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES - .
RAVENED & BARNWELL,
. ' . . No. 177 Eut Bar, 7
April 8 '1 Opposite AccommodationWbatfc__
COEN, OATS,JB?AN, SH?BTS, &^
Vi AA- B?Sffit^IEriaXWBlTEC?BN-"
?UUU awotmaheto.MmeTeuto?prn ".
.0000 buahsla Prime'Cats ?. ' L? ?J-?
500 bushels Bran . . . ;
I 100 bustos Shorts _ _ ^r
v-Mff Maa, Eitr?; S?jwa?^^
, For safe by= - i JOHtfCAMPSBrf* CO.,
' ' " NattMatket, opposite Stafe atreet ;
'April 8_" : - -
A Kf\ BBLS. EXTRA, SUPERFINE AND MIDDLING/
4fcOl/ 160 bbis. Self-Ral?tog Flour
60bbte. Trenton Crackers
76 bbls. Crushed A. and C. Sugars
- 50 bbls. Choice Brown Sugars
26 bags Bio Coolee
' 300 boxes Sean, Starch and Candice
60 firkins and tubs Butter
. 80 tierces and tube Lard. - ;
? . ..ALSO, t? ; J - W~^':t
A choice assortment o? GBOCEBJE3. ?, -
. For safe tow by ' ..-.y:r'.
April 8_mtuth3_No. 167 EAST BAY.- . \
] HAY !
d~?f\f \ BALES PRIME NORTH ETVER BAY, PER
JQ-\J\J ? Steamer Moneta;- Foraateby--*-^- -
: ? ; . .: - B,M. BUTLER,
April 8 : 1 -, NorttAffeattoWbart
j MOUE! FLOUR!
TUST RECEIVED FEB STEAMER AN ASSORTMENT g
.J of freshly ground FLOUR, cminjiriatng Super, Ex- "
tra and Family Flours. .,,'. - >. '*-lr '?/.??"-?i^'-' '
For salfe by . V EAVENEL ir 0O;,:
j April 8, . 2 :. " COT. East Bay and VandarboratWharL: -
PRIME TYT13TE "-ft?S???^I&^VJ?K^'
Q1 O K BUSHELS PBTH? r WHITE ' ' MILLING
(JI?O COHN, hmdiiigfromSchooner B. F. Jones, 3
and for sale by --JSD: GAMPSEN & CO.,
- j April OJ ^ ? , No. lA lPntat oppoBita State atreet |
! HAMS;MD Wmsm?: :
OA ITEBCES CHOICE SUGAR CUBED PALMETTO
m\\ I WAMA . I f. ")''
j 15 bbls Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey. .xt ;
! JuatrecdVeaanofbr aatebT ...
LATJBY i - ALEXANDER,- . -
April 6 . ??? a:>-;- :;.?vrHaJpaaMI'iV^:/..
j . < . COENA?XOAT. -" :.
U CT A A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE' MARYLAND
OOB5? m brdk, per schooner Golden Gate.
For aale low while landing, by ? WEST it JONES, _,: .
j April6_. . . ..'K$.7frEaaf;Bay.
WM. S= CORWIN & CO.,
I : .'WHOLESALE AND B^ATL^EA
! CHOICE FAMLY GEOCEEIEJS,
I -ii,- ;".-"'; '.ANP^ffiTniBinmsrdgj'^ t;r,<.>ov;
FINE WINES, BRAllt?l
I . ^Vft?JM^? ,-:i.i.7..-L? i t . \
Tl /TB. EVERT E. BEDFORD. THB^ MANAOR .iafe^
1YJL THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMEIIT, returna many
thanks to the customei-s and patron? mr their nberal
patronage and appreciation of, tim qUatity of . igooxfeipur
olaaedby tot-m daring the past year. It ha? teen, and
always wifl 0* cur aim, to PLEASli OUR CUSTOMERS,
and aa we offer for safe the fh^oualUy of aR klnda' of ?
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS,, etc,, we^Satter ouraelyea
that, with our- fadHtiea; can grre g^eial aattaftction
TWM SIMONS, ^'^^^.^^ SiSida S
No^S!^^irlng Them- t??l?\, Soo4<ji?Z???M?-T?^
WARRANTED AH EEPRESENTED. ; /?<\? *:~?
THAT WE SELL. ABE IMPORTED DIBEOT BY W. 8. g
CORWIN & CO., and pass through no other banda,' en
abling us not only to WARBANT. THEM AS P?BE AND' -
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at the foUbwing pr*?: ,
FINEST 'YouNCl jixoON.. '..i. ...^.v. ..JftOO ,
FINE YOlTNGnHYSON; ;T:.v.'?. .v?-.C?^?.i.i^llB?1ifl8,:;
FINEST GUNPOWDER...>? .^.?; .....>'. 12.86 , '
CHOICEST ENGIJBH? BE?AKFA8T. Xii .-. ri.-. 1 S5
CHOICEST OOLONG................... .. -.. .. .... ?J
CHOICE OOLONG..St?OivSi*..v.Vi'i...r...?f?^80 ?
] We keep, also, a aupply oCifbif^^gadaa^* good.;
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at ll 60
nerpo?ndi' ?t.'^r.*;-' " ,~-u"~."^ ~-* ' " ^'
?JUBt. reoelyedi a nw anrppfeS*? 01VD:?VAffi>EFElV!>
t??; PARCHED, OOo.; GROUND. 52c; OLD RIO, 36c..,
The PARCHED COFFEE we rertfeasnt to be Of the
FIRST QUALITY; parche i by na with great care. A trial
Of these Coffees, Green, Parched and Ground, will con-. , ;
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGHATRA: . . -l'Ai-'
! The FJI^G OF OBDEBS ^-oe^
one bf the Managers. Gooda delivered to au parta of the .
cfoFBBBOF-CgABGB..'??'>?'? >?gw ." . ~ - ...
! A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY. B1?TTEB wiff, arriyeion^;
Tuesday. 3mo February 4
' DISSOLUTION OF COPA11TNK118HIP.
fTUTE COPABl'NERSHrP HITHERTO EXISTING BE
J TWEEN W. W. 8HACKELFORD AND & S. FRASER '
under the name of SHACK ELFORD ?t FBA9EB, ; at .
CfoarloHton, and FBASEE k 8HACKELF0RD, at George?
town, 8. C., is This Day disaolved by mutual consent'
: W. W. BHACKELFOBD will close the buaineaa of tte . .
Charleston finn, and & S. FRASER that of the George. _
t?wnrlrmi'- """" . ',' "V'V---.- '
"?TIT?LL" CONCTHJE THE FACTORAGE AND OQK- ; R
YV MISSION BUSINESS ott " bia own- account Lt ? .
camri^tfttnti, ?od B : a. FRASER -?ffl.'do- tt? aameiat
Georgetown,S. C. . .? ,-< ? .
; Charleston, lat April, 1867. . mwf April 1 -
'.j .."; ;\it?Tt<m....';?;'^i^i??.*.<*''
mEE COPAETNEBSHD? EOBETOFORE FOISTING "
X between OB, under tho name arid firm of R, W. 5
GALE k GO.; fe ttl? day dissolved by mutual consent, g
Mr. B. W. Gafe withdrawing, therefrom. The aflWra of
the late firm wu! be closed by Mesara. Bellamy & Bobin- g
gon. v -.<. .v B. W. GALE. J v; ijiiKTiP
WM. H. BELLAMY.
-: GEO; 0. BOBINSON.;
Oharleaton, S. C., April l, 1867. j . ^ '-;
r.j1 : THEtnroimsTGNKD -f
?irTILL OOOT?NUE THE CABP5A^_jLiaNE88
YV AND GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, under
tho name and firm of BELLAMY k ROBINSON, at the
old Blande, Noa. 46 and 48 WENTWORTH STREET and
No. 86 EAST BAY. . .
WM H. BELLAMY.
???3J :>.. GEO. O. ROBINSON. ,~-ZJ
Charleston, S. O., April let, J887; j .. :. ^
IN RETIRING- - . - . - ,:
FIOM THE FIRM OF E. W. GALE k 'CO., I RE?
SPECTFULLY solicit for Meaan. BELLAMY &.
ROBINSON the same liberal patronage which.has always
been extended to me. .
For tte present lean be found with tte* new firm,
where I shall be happy to see any of my busin' aa friends .
and custom?'?. B. V GALE.
April 2 '" ' ..... '
NOTICE. ,. . ,.. ...
rE UNDERglGNED HAVE THIS Dal FORMED A.
COPARTNERSHIP under the name of JOHN F.
TAYLOR k CO., for the purpose of conducting the MA?
CHINE AND FOUNDRY BUSINESS toall ita branches, g
at the old atand, PHfENIX IRON WORKS, north aide of
Pritchard street JOB^.TAYLOB. .
; JAMES BARKLEY.
Charleaton, 12th March, 1867^ -.
March 16_ ? ;--: ? . ? 'Imo ;
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
IN PARTNERSHIP, for the tranaaction o?a GEN?
EBAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, un?
der the name of JOHN k THEO. GETTY, at Na 48)?
EAST BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves.
Particular attention given to Purchase and Sale of Cot?
ton, Bice, Provisions, Naval Stores, kc, kc
Conshmments solicited. JOHN GETTY,
THEODORE GETTY. . _..
Charleston, March 28,1867.
Srferencet-^E. A. SO?UEB & Co., J.T. ALBCEGEB&CO.,
Philadelphia: Barn, Son k Co., ST?BGE&S k Ob., New
York._ March ?
MARCELLUS P. SMITH RETIRED FROM OUR
firm, by mutual consent, on March 26tb, 1667.
April2 6 GEO. W. CLARK & CO.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, i
March L1867. ?'
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS SET AIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within tte city Units, who
nave not executed their bonds and taken out the proper
cards to show that they have license to seR, will, be re-,
ported as not complying witt the few, after Monday, 6th
Those who have carda are hereby notified to bavette
asme placed in a conspicuous place in tte vindow. AB
failing to observe this notice will also be reported, after
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH, >
Marcha _ Clerk of Conn efl.
USE THIS, LADIES, AND Not)THEB,
With your PASTRY have nb bother;
At every grocers you can get it,
Try a box and ne'er regret it
This YEAST POWDER fe used by all lrat-claaa Hotels
and Restaurants through the country, and is Arising its
way into every household where good Yeast Powder fe
appreciated. Samples free. Every box warranted to
give satisfaction or money refunded. Manufactured by
TAYLOR ir YOUNG, No. 186 Front street New York.
For sale by GRUBER k MARTIN,
No. 236 King afreet
HENRY BISCHOFF ii CO.,
No. 191 East Bay,
W. 8. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 269 King street
DO WIE k MOISE, Druggists,
No. 161 MEE UNG 8TBAET.
Opposite Charlee ton Hotel
January 24 . thstuCmo
JOHN IZABD MIDDLETON,
SHIPPING MD COMMISSION MERCHANT
NO. 7 SOUTH STREBT,
P.ARTICULAR ATTENTION TO SALE OF COTTON,
Bice and Southern Produce, and Purchase of Hain
Guano and Plantation supplies. Liberal advances made
BEFEBENCIS-Messrs. Lambert Gttongs k Co., Balti?
more; Porcher & Henry, Charleston ; Cohen, Banckal k
Co., Charleaton; J. D. Aiken k Co., Charleston; Gour?
din, Matthlessen k Co., Savannah; Du vant * Wanlos, Sa?
vannah; 8 to vail k Edmonaton, Augusta; Fisher k Low
rance, Columbia, S. C.; Mayes k Martin, Newberry, 8.
C.; James Pagan, Esq., Cheater, 8. C.
February 26 mthSmq