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CHARLESTON DULY NEWS,
U. R. CATHCART, EDITOR
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
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The cotton market closed easier in Now York at
27?a28c. for Middling Uplands.
Gold was qnoted at 37j.
In Liverpool cotton'declined jd. Middling Up?
lands sold at 124.
? Han Francisco lady anea to recover $30,000 for
the loss of an eye.
The North German Parliament will adjourn on
the 15th instant.' ,:
There are twelve hundred moro negroes than
whites on the 'Washington register of voters.
General SHERMAN and his "daughter MINNIE"
are preparing to go on a pilgrimage to th? Holy
The fact of next y ?ar being 'leap year" bas ad?
ded ?13,000 to the estimates for the British army.
That is one day?a pay for the forces.
General WADDY THOMPSON ia still engaged in the
energetio prosecution of the duties of bia profes
eion-the law-in the quiet little town of Madison,
PHILIP HDHEICB, lato ?B?<.i-n t?r-r or ?. tw?a?
railroad, baa been arroted in Chicago, under tho
extradition treaty, for alleged forgeries to the
amount of orer $50,000, cosarsittcdin PruBsia.
. A1 distinguished London sturgeon noa taken the
lecture-room to reassure the ladies in regard to
the "chignon fallacy." . He says the "organisais"
are neither enr?sanor .epizoa, but only octozoa,
which are comparatively harmless.
The Baltimore Sun, of Tuesday, says: "Mr.
BESCH and Mr. BABNOTI are again quarrelling be?
cause the boa at the Museum is fed with live rab?
bits. Politeness prevents people from saying that
both these gentlemen are in danger of becoming
DOSS.'' - - >
Miss BOGERS lately gave a remarkable exhibition
of deaf and dumb pupils in the drawing-room of
Mrs. JOSIAH QUINCY, near Boston. By a most care?
ful system they are made to understand from the
expression bf the mouth, and not, as usual, by the
, There were various meetings in churches and
.at other places in different parts of tho city of
'Baltimore last evening, in opposition to the run?
ning of the street cara on Sunday, and some others
wul be held this evening. Those who favor the
ninning appear passive, but are said to be confi?
dent, and seem content to roly on voting when the
time cornea to-morrow.
A few wooka ago the Sew York Herald denounced
Harper's Weekly as a vile sheol. Now we find it
held up, with much commendation, in the columns
of that same paper, as the great mirror of Ameri?
can civilization, combining the excellencies of
JPunch arid the London illustrated Hews. Harper's
Weekly and BONNEE'S Ledger are the great papers
The index, published at Warren ton, Va., Col.
MOSBY'S present home, bas the following paragraph
- in relation to' the work entitled "Mosby and his
Jtten": "We are requested by Col. J. S. MOSBY to
etate for public information, that a book purport?
ing to contain a history of his campaigns of the
war, lately published by J. MABSHM.T. CRAWFORD,
is unworthy of credit and contains about as much
truth as the Arabian Nights' entertainments, or
Some weeks since an account of the blowing up
of Table Bock by the Canadian authorities was
.published, the object being to prevent any acci?
dents from future fall of rock. A hole was drilled
and a charge of powder placed in it, but it seems
the usual packing was omitted or wrongly ar
?ranged. The consequence ia that though the
powder burned vory prettily, Table Bock still
stands unharmed. A few pieces only were de?
tached and felL
A gun has been invented in Prance, in which
anectricity is very ingeniously applied to the igni?
tion of the charge. Two small electric batteries
are enclosed in the stock, the conducting wires of
.which emerge at the surface, near the breech, and
hy a very simple means are connected,' at pleasure,
<with a.fine platinum wire within the charge, so as
io render it incandescent, and thus ignite' the
powder. Cartridges thus prepared, cannot, aa
those containing fulminate often do, explode of
themselves ; but it is not probable that the contri?
vance wfll ever be more than a scientific curiosity,
unless found to answer for artillery.
The tomrnissioner of Internal Revenue has de?
cided that Banka are not to deduct from their
profita the amount of the tax paid the State and
municipal authorities on the shares of the stock?
holders, but are required to include that amount
5n estimating the tax on their dividends and added
surplus. It is proper that stockholders should be
apprized of this decision that they may include
their proportion of the amount thus paid by the
- Banks for them in their estimate of the deduction
' to which they are entitled in rooking their state?
ment of taxable income.
Among the frauds recently discovered by the
Treasury Agenta, under the direction of General
.JSXTNNEB, United States Treasurer, is that of a
(Collector of Internal Revenue, who haa been de?
fected in efforts to secrete the Government fonds
and deposit them to his own personal account in
various banks of various cities. The amount re?
covered already is over $200,000, which was found
-deposited in banks in New Orleans, Memphis, etc.
-He cleared out from his district, and endeavored
to withdraw; the fonds, but the Treasury Agents
were ahead of him with dispatches, and, with the
jud af. the military, was arrested in Texas a few
days ago. . ,
The Wilmington JHspnlcli saya. the schooner
United Slates sailed yesterday for Venezuela
with a'cargo of about fifteen living souls, destined
to settle "for better, for worse," in that yet un
" tried land. - The scheme did not prove popular
here, and a number of those who were induced to
Tentare their lives were poor miserable creatures
who had worn threadbare in this country, and
icould not be much worse off anywhere. An equal
proportion were reckless, dissipated adventurers,
porno of whom are happy -riddances. There were
only a few well-to-do, mteuigenWooking people in
According to the Washington correspondent of
the Boston Courier, BUTLER is more persecuted
out of the House than in it. All sorts of jokes re
" spoofing him are scribbled o? the walla of hotels
- and public buildings. He boarded at the Kirk?
wood House, and when that establishment waa
closed hy a landlord's creditors, a Btory was
.started that the hotel was shut up because one of
the boarders had stolen all the spoons. After a
'?reek of horribly rainy weather, somebody wrote
on the wall at Willard's Hotel: "What makes the
' clouds so black this week? Answer.-Because
BUTLER has stolen their silver linings."
The Tuscaloosa Monitor, in speaking of the re?
construction question, says : "It makes no differ?
ence to us whether yon call it a submission, accep?
tance, acquiescence, or compliance. So that tho
people comply with the terms, yon may call it what
yon please. To our mind, tho distinction is about
the same as that between tweedle-dum and twee
dle-dee. What we want is unity, concord, and
harmony of action in this hoar of our country's
trial By all means let us have this, and not fall
put about mere verbiage."
JAKES PARTOS has written a letter to the Now
York Times, defending himself from tho charge of
Writing " recklessly." He says: " I do not respect
a reputation not founded upon merit nor talent
ignobly employed. Valor, self-control, integrity,
perseverance, consideration for others, I hold in
the deepest respect, by whomsoever those virtues
are exhibited. I respect HENRY CLAV, because he
possessed them; I do not respect DANIEL WEBSTER,
because he had them not. I respect poor JOHN
RANDOLPH, because, with all his foibles, ho was a
juan of honor. I cannot respect CALHOUN, because
T cannot believe he was sin care." How sorry
Mr. CALHOUN would be if ho knew what the great
Mr. PAUTON thought of him. By the bye, how
came JAKES GORDON BENNETT into that " Gallery
of distinguished Americans?"
The London Herald gives the following curious
account of a new form of social dissipation: "Ladj
BATLEY bsd a large missionary party at her resi?
dence in Belgrave Square on Monday eyenmg last,
Poor hundred cards of invitation were issued, ano
three hundred and fifty-three attended of the no?
bility, and gen^ .int?eated'kIn so valuable i
cause. - The Bishop of the Mauritius and'severa!
missionaries spoke of their respective stations in i
most in to reo ting manner, and tho .party separated
at near 12 o'clock, highly gratmed with their
Christian and interesting entertainment. It is
much to be wished that others who have houses,
&c., for such assemblages, v/ould follow her lady?
ship's example. The party partook of. toa and
coffee on entering, and a cold collation on goinf;
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at the end
of extch week, agreeably io the foUotoing
section of the New Posloffice Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
tlie City 0/ Charleston:
t?K.cnoN A And be it further enacted, That hats ol let?
ters remaining uncalled lor in any Poe lorilee In any city,
town or village, where a newspaper ?hall be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in the newnpaper
which, being published woekly or oftener; ?hall have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
JJSB" Ad communications intended for publication in
Ulis journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Dany News, No. 18 JIayne-strcet, Charleston, S.O.
Business Communications to Publisher of -Daily
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of Hie eily must be accompa?
nied willi lite casli.,
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL ll, 1867.
Our readers not unfrequently see references
to ritualism and the ritualistic movement.
Many of them are doubtless informed on the i
subject. There maybe others, however,.whose
ideas are very much confused, and to whom a
brief and succinct statement of the controversy
may not be unwelcome. This ecclesiastical revo?
lution, which seems to be near its culmina?
tion, may bo said to have had its qrisin some
nve uuu t wemy'yeaTS ago: T'ttere were isolated '
instances before that period of very high .
church clergymen, who indulged in "Anglican"
eccentricities, and some who exchanged the
English for the Roman Church; but there was
nothing like a general movement. In 1842 or;
1843 appeared the "Tracts foy the Times,"
which created considerable excitement and dis?
cussion during the few years following, till
more important public events made it pass into
comparative oblivion. The party lines, how?
ever, within the church from that day on, have
been clearly drawn. But within the last year:
or two, there have been indications of further'
divisions. High and low church no longer
suffice to embrace all the children of the
church. There are many who -were "high
church" in other days, but are' now unwilling
to.go the length of the Ritualists. There are,
therefore, three parties now, which, however,
we presume, will soon coalesce again into two.
Those parties differ from others that have been;
engaged in a contest of opinion in this that the
progressionists at the same time represent the.
reactionary element. In other words, they,
The Ritualists, if we can rely ort the accounts
that reach us through our English exchanges,
are gaining strength, and with this growth in?
crease their demands. Ceremonies arc now
practised which were almost undreamt of in
1843, or even in 1851, and the novelties of ex?
ternal worship are justified by the' assertion of
principles which in those days had not' been
discovered, or at least found no champion bold
enough to maintain them. The Ritualists of
to-day have made the discovery that it is pos?
sible to shake Off the bondage of Protestantism,
and yet .remain in the English Church ; and
that those who do so are its only .true and con?
sistent members. ' ?
Twenty-five years ago, in England, and fifty
years ago in Germany, there had been spas?
modic, attempts to revive various external,
rites, but they fell through. They owed their,
origin to the same morbid love of the sensuous,
which gave birth to Romanticism in liter?
ature. Time has almost effaced their
memory iu literature, and in theology we-bad
fair hopes of seeing a similar result, When
this present romantic revival has produced a
marked change of the phase of the question.
There is considerable difference, in other re?
spects also, between the controversy as it stood;
then, and as it presents itself to us now. It is.
not mere ecclesiastical ; dilettanteism. The'
phenomenon which has to be dealt with'now,
says Dr. LITTLEDALE, in "The Church and the
World," is that ceremonial observances every?
where in England to-day co-exist with active
parochial - and missionary work, and are re?
garded by practical men perfectly free from
effeminate sentimentalism, as important ad?
juncts in their labors. .j. 1
Tractarianism, it is said, was only a religion
for gentlemen ; but it has now taken a shape
which will enable it to wrest the middle classes
.from dissent-to civilize and christianize those
poorer classes, which have hitherto been either
neglected altogether, or approached in a man?
ner which had no effect oh them. It was tory,
and is now fast becoming democratic. Argu?
ment cannot avail against such a party. They
have been taunted with the histrionic charac?
ter of their ceremonial. Dr. LITTLEDALE,'
quoted above, says in reply,. " It is an axiom
in li tu rgi ology that no publie worship is really
deserving of the name unless it be histrionic.
The Ritualists, already claim " to be the.
largest party in the church, and to be still on
the increase. : In t?e London Quarterly for Jan?
uary we find much information oh this subject.;
As-a mark of its progress, the; reviewer refers
to the "Directoriirm*Anglicanum," first pub?
lished in 1857, edited by Rev. J. PURCHAS.
Thesecond edition, under the care of Dr. LEK,
was published in 1865. The illustrations of the
first and second editions (for each bas at set of
prints different from the other) are significant
as to the development, which Ritualism had un
-dcn?ono- durin^thej.nteryal of seven or eight
years. . Thus, whereas tho original"TTOUUBJJIP^^
represents some early stage in the celebration
of the Eucharist, the frontispiece of the second
edition displays the 'elevation of the' chalice,'
which, in the meantime, had been added to the
stock of ceremonies. In the first edition there
are two candles on the altar and. two at the
sides; but in the second edition there are eight
additional candles and four pots of flowers; on
what, we think, is called the super-altar.
* * * * The ?acolyte,' from
a tall young man carrying a flagon, has dwin?
dled down to a little boy with a girdle round'
his waist, and armed with a censer. In 1857
the altar was surmounted by an ornamental
cross; in the edition of 1606 this . has been su?
perseded by a crucifix."
"Dr. PKBET, in the "Church and the World,"
enumerates the following as Ute five prominent
points of the Charter of an Englishman's Ri?
tualistic . liberties.. 1. The ancient vestments
of the bishops and other clergy ; 2. the two
lights on the altar ; 3. the incense ; 4. the
mixed chalice;; and 6. .the eastward position in
front of tho altar, of the priest and his assist?
ants at the celebration of the Holy Communion.
Another author adds three additional points.
6. the use of wafer bread ; 7. the presence of
the 'faithful' for what is styled 'spiritual
communion ;' and 8th, the elevation of the con?
These several points are now all in court.
-The opinions of eminent counsel have been
taken, and they vary in their leanings, influ?
enced . largely,' / ho. doubt, rhy preconceived
opinion. The weight of authority, however,
seems to be against the Ritualists ; and the;
' must either relinquish these tenets or theil
benefices. They say they will' do neither, and
confidently assert that ere long.public opinion
! and the law-mating power will be with them,
r We wish'those English courts joy of these
? knotty questions:'-; ;;.'- ; ^ * / ;'. ..;;
. The worship of the yir?in ?d.the/Saints
\ auricular confession,., and other kindred doc
" Irines and observances, are advocated ' bj
[ some; but are not as yet part' of ' the ritualist!*
WAJITEU, A COMPETENT CHILD'S
NURSE, to whom liberal wages will bo paid. Un
oxcoptiouablo references will bo renulrod. Apply at
THIS OFFICE._ _1_April ll
WASTED, KY A YOUNO PROTESTANT
GIRL, a situation OH NTTRKK Good reference
given. Address "A. L.," at thin oElco. -1* AprfMl ?
WANTED, A COOK AMD WASHER, WITH?
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89 WENTWORTH STREET. thatu April ll
BATT IS ll Y RESIDENCE WANTED TO
rent, or convenient thereto. Address BATTERY,
this office. 2*" April 10
??ffyr T?E GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
HDJ?JD? ING.MACH1NR, $25.-Wautod-Agents. S150
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Bortlott Sewing Machine This Machino will do all the
work that can be doue on any high-priced machine, aud !
is fully patented, licensed and warranted for five years.
We pay thc above wages, or a commission, from winch
twice that amount CUD bo made. For Circulars and
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Philadelphia. Pa._30 April 10
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experience ss Accountant and General Clork. Best
references gi veu. Address CONFIDENCE, at this office.
April fl _ __:__
WIDOW LADT WISHES A SITUATION
hi some respectable family, ls capable of doing auy
kind of Sewing. Any one ' desiriug such a one will
please make application at this olllcc.
February 25 _^ ._?_
ISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
that eau cut and make men aud boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's dresses, can keep house, and make
herself generally userai lu the house, kitchen and I
garden. Low terms. Good re tc renee? gi veu ii required.
Any one writing please state terms. Address
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April 7 Vauce's Ferry, S. C.
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A PEW BOARD.
ESS can be accommodated at No. U2 KINO 8TUKET,
cast side, near Broad. . A few Doy Boarders can bc ac?
commodated. ? January 31
BRICK STABLE TO RENT.-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICE STABLE, with accommodations
for horses and vehicles, can be hired, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply on premises, No. 69 CHURCH
STREET,' west gide, near Trodd. . - April ll
AFURNISHED BED-ROOM AN D PARLOR
TORENT.-Apply'te No. 321 KING. opposite, to
TJ RENT, FOR THE SUMMER, A
- pleasant RESIDENCE on South Bay, No. 40, win?
six upright rooms, pantry, and dressing rooms. Apply
at No. 121 CHURCH STREET. 1* April II
TO RENT. A HOUSE ANS LOT IN ISLING?
TON COURT, Cannonsboro '. This House has four
square rooms, dressing rooms and pantry, also a cistern
ot 2500 gallons; also a kitchen with lour rooms and fire?
places. Lot large and residence 'pleasant, with a good
neighborhood AppryatNo. 32 WASHINGTON STREET,
one door above Calhoun. ths2 ? April ll
FURNISHED RESIDENCE TO RENT
for one or more years, that four story DWELLING \
No. 15 Rutledge street, (between Wentworth and Mont-- ?
gue), ready furnished, containing twelve rooms and all
suitable outbuildings. Possession given tho 20th May
next. To an approved tenant the rent will be moderate.
Apply io CLIFFORD & MATHEWES,
Real Estate Agents, No. 55 Brood street.
April I_th tu :
TO RENT, THE THREE AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HOUSE No. 26 Coming street,
opposite Montague. - Apply to I. L. FALK ? GO., No.
303 King street. ? _April 2 .
TO KENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street. For
particular?, address B. F., Daily News Office.
February 20 . _
TO RENT.-A PART OP A HOUSE NO. 59
Beaufain Street, containing four Large Rooms,
Garret Room, Servant and Kitchen, Gas and fine Cistern,
and double piazzas with blinds. To an approved tenant
ute rent will bo moderate. For terms apply to
WM. H. DAWSON,
April 8 . " .... ' Beal Estate Agent 33 Brood Street. _
VftJNAN'S PA RM, WEST END OP NUNAN
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, March 1
FOR SA't-E, A NO. ONE MILCH COW.
with a young calf. Call at No. 17 CHAPEL STREET
April 10_j__ '- _2"
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Jj DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing ?Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
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gy. As this ia one or the first Medical Universities of
the country,; a favorable opportunity is o tiered those
studying medicine tor a scholarship. Apply at this
Office. December 15
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
IN PARTNERSHIP, far the transaction'of a GEN?
ERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, un-'
der the name of JOHN & THEO. GETTY, at No. 48>?
EAST BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves.
Particular attention given to Purchase and Sale of Cot?
ton, Rice, Provisions, Naval Stores, &c, ic.
Consignment!! solicited. JOHN GETTY._.
THEO DORK GETTY.
Charleston, March 28,18G7.
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CHINE AND FOUNDRY BUSINESS ir* all its bronchos,
at the old stand, PHfENIX IBON WO HKS. north aide of
Pritchard street . JOHN F. TAYLOR.
JAMES BARKLEY. *
Charleston, 12th March, 1867.
March 15 Imo
HATS AND CAPS,
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until 28th inst., at STEELE'S "HAT HALL,"
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April ll fnS - Slvrn of the "Big Har."
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April 8_ No. 332 King street'
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April ll j ?OKS GANNON,
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April ll , ", ,B- M.8TROBKL.
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PALMETTO LOAN AND BUILDING ASSO?
AT A MEETING OE THIS ASSOCIATION, HELD ON
the Cth mst., tho iollo ?tog resolution wa? unani?
mously adopted : _ ,
"That a Special Meeting of thc Stockholders of the Pal?
metto Loan and Building Aasociation be called on Thttrs
dav next, 11th inst., at 8 o'clock V. M.. at Masouic Hall,
to adopt measures for winding up tho affairs of tho sold
Association, and that tho notice of this meeting be pub
lished in two dally papers of the city."
lu accordance with tho aboye resolution, a meeting of
this Association will be held at Masonic Ball, This Even- |
ino, at 8 o'clock. BE ONO. WHITE,
April ll 1 Secretory and Treasurer,
PROF. PORCHER WILL READ THIS pvpuran T
the College Chapel, tie ^Iv^hllLT^
Commencing at 8 o'clock. ' ' i 1
April II- VJ ' " . . :
SDcfl eblgcnSiinbc? wirb Oftcrmontag ben 22tcn ?U-ril
Pa tfinben. 25a? Sraitcrfvicl Sentit ?S "ft1*
fett.gc? ?erlangen jar ?Hffift>nu,g 8cbrad)t. -
April ll 33 M Committee.
M USIKALISCH-THJE ATBALISCHlf
?>cutc, Shuinerjlaa. Moine". ' 31 ?.a m OT i 11 e c
April ll . j.,-" ' ,\ '" 'V ~~ ~'-,
Gin Widmet, ?tm Scflcnbergrau^itroc ??am?ab, wirb
am 'JNontag ben l?ten Stpril auf bern StbiiSenpla?c flatt'
finbett. Sie ?D?tgliebcr, fo mic ba? ganse beutfttje ^ubti^
furn finb biermit auf bat* ?yrcnnblic?ftc gebeten fi? boran auf
bat! 3ablrc?d)ftc ?m beteiligen. ..' ; .
~ffii?'ti E. ;<?fe?babn wirb bie @efe?f(6aft bon nrnt^
?trafo 9KcrgenS 9IIIb> mib SWittage li. Ubr bittaus befb'r=
bent, fo tete SBenbe 7 Ubr roieber b?it?bringcn. .
April io_Sag (iommittee.
F i NAN Cl Al.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
PEOPLE'S NATIONAL BANK STOCK.
RAILROAD AND BANK STOCK.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD BONDS.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS.
For sale by H. H. DKLEON, '
April ll_1_No. 32 Broad street.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BILLS
CITY OF CHARLESTON BILLS
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD STOCK
BANK BILL?, Ac.
Bought ot highest rotes, by : ' "'. ,',
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
April ll 3_ No. 8 Broad street
BANK BILLS ! BANK BILLS !
BANK BILLS OF ALL KINDS
GOLD AND SILVER
?M..-; COUPONS. STOCKS, tc
Bought ot highest price, by
ANDBIiW M. MORELAND, Broker,
. February 13 withstu2mos No. 8 Broad Btreet
CITY STOCK, CITY STOCK.
CITY OF CHARLESTON STA" PER CENT. STOCK
Certificates of Indebtedness of City for Interest
City of Charleston Bills 1
Northeastern B. B. Coupons
Bouda, Stocks of all kinds
Wanted by ANDREW M. MORELAND,
April G stuthS Broker, No. 8 Broad street
No. 194 KING STRET,
^~ry ESPECTFULLT INFOBMS THE LADLES THAT
XL she has just received direct from Paris, end will
OPEN THIS DAY. THURSDAY. March 11th. a handsome |
SPRING BONNETS, fte.,
Which she will dispose of at reasonable prices. All ai
Invited to eau. ? , _April ll
MISS ROSA MURTLAND'S
No. 295 King Street,
(OVER MESSRS. SHEPHERD 4? COHEN'S.)
~V|~ISS MUBTLAND HAS JUST RECEIVED. PER
iTL "Manhattan." a beautiful assortment of SPRING
AND SUMMER MILLINERY, and solicits a call..
Latest Styles always on hand.
AprU 6 tuthslmo
MADAME F. L?DECUS,
MII1RT AND FANCY GOODS,
NO. 252 KING-ST, Upstairs.
fTTAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF INFORMING THE
X -LADIES of Charleston,,-and vicinity, that she' has
recently, opened a huge assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would be glad if La?
dies would can and examine them.
Mrs. Lndecus promises to sell?t the cheapest possible
rates, being satisfied with small pronta.
STAMPING AND FANCY WORK
Done at the ?hortest notice. .... : ,.. .
She has the agency also of Madame. Demorest for the
eale of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the aid of which
every Lady can be her own Fashionable Dressmaker.
April 6 . stcth
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
N E Vf S PA p1p ***** "~* "TIO m^RJ?. vmn
RJo. 637 KING STltKKT
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, O. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received: and' Goods delivered or for?
warded by Man or Express. - . .
AR CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
February 28 . ? ; ; ; . ly
Havana Flan Kentucky State Lottery
MTJRBA?, EDDY & o., MANAGERS.
mo BE DRAWN AT COVSGTON, KY., ISTH AND
I 30th of each month. Scheme, 32,000 tickets-527
prizes. Whole tickets; *12r halves, '80;- quarts?, $3;
eighths, $1 BO.
1 Prize of..$30,0001 2 Prizes of..?5,000,
1 Priseol........;..t^000 ? Pdae..^
1 Prize of.........'.. .58,0001 CS Prizes of. J... MOO
1 Prize of..87,000 165 Prizes of.. 9200
229 Prizes of $125.
M Approximation Prizes amounting to $9,900, '.. ?
Ccmbtnatlon Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
?ito ?io. , . ;
tfrculrrs sentfree." Drawings maded a? soon aa the
Lottery is drawn.
Address b. T- fE'J'RRel, Uulled Stiles Ltcerael Agent,
Noi'iH. BaSHtstreet, t.h-rieatoiv&. C c.-h>.- Box521.0.
February 20_ 3mo
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 BAYNE STREET. :
There cometh glad ttdlngs of joy to all, ' .
To yoncg and to old, to gi eat and to small;
. The beauty which once wa? BO precious and rare, .
" Is free for all, and all may be fair.
By thc rue of
ENAMEL, ^ 7.
?o* jttrproTin*airi^ '
t The!m<Mt vamahle'ind perfectpreparaaon;m use, tor
giving the akin a beMUful psarl-llke tint, that ls only
found In youth. It quicldy removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches. Ssliownem. . ErupHosa,
and all impuritlea of the ?km, kindly healing the ?ease
leaving tho skin ?Kite and "clear aa a?abaater. Ita use
cannot bo defected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation ls perfectly harmless. It ia the
only artlclo of tho kind used by th.i French; and lacon
aUered by the' Parfalan as InoMspensable to a perfest
toilet. Cpwarda of 30,000 bottles were sold during the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of ita efficacy, nie?
only ir. rente s?afc by matt, post-paid, on receipt of an
BERGER, SHOTTS & CO., Chemists.
. . , . 285 River St, Troy, NrY. i
j March 30. ijr
_OR Y COOPS, ETC.
GREAT W?mm !
JUST RECEIVED, AND OPENING DAILY. A
splendid assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER
And everything else In the Staple and Fancy
DRY GOODS LINE.
The largest and most varied Stock in the elly, all of
which will bu sold loy; for cash,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Call and see, and you will find tho cheapest, ccrabiued
with the most select Goods, offered lower thau ever since
No. 306 BUN G STREET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts.
GREAT EXCITEMENT !
A M VILLE DE PARIS,
NO. 291 KING,
Corner Wentworth street
COMPETITION IS THE LIFE OF TRADE.
JN ORDER TO REALIZE ON OUR PRESENT STOCK
HONG" ?0'r7?37,??fc<J. ?3'll_bo sold at prices lower than
TINGS, at _ " " ? n
BLOCK & LOYNS,
No. 291 King-st., cor. Wentworth.
PRINTED LAWNS, NEWLY ARRIVED, AT 25 CTS.
Fine Printed Challys, at 30 cents per yard
Fine Filabene and Bessach Dress Goods, at 35 cents per
Other Dress Goods in like proportion
Parasols, from SI .50 to S7.50 each
French Corsets, at a reduction of 20 per cent
Hoop Skirts, from SI to S2.75
Misses* and Children's Hoops, from 25 to 75 cents
HOSD3RY-Ladies' Hose, from 25 cents upwards-re?
Longcloths, from 15 to 25 cents per vard, good quality
MUSLIN WINDOW CURTAINS-Embroidered Muslin
Window Curtains, at European prices
LINENS-Fine Irish Linens, at low prices
Damask Linen, all qualities
Linen Damask Cloths, Napkins and Dolleys
Scotch and Bird's Eye Diaper.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
Black French Broadcloths
6-4 Silk Mixed Coatings
Fancy Spring Cassimorcs
Single and Double Width Black Doeskin
Silk and Marseilles Vestings
Kentucky Jeans, Black and Grey, at 25 cents
Paris and English Linen Bosom Shirts
Gents' Linen and Paper Collars
Gents' Brown, Grey, and White Half Hose
Thread, Silk and Kid Gloves
Sill Neck Tics, from 40 to 50cents
And the rest of our Stock in proportionate price?.
NO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHAELESTON, S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
TNYTTE THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO
A their Stock, nblch is entirely new, carefully selected,
and will be Bold at a small advance on first cost, for cash
or short time approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL.
W. T. BURGE.
O. A. BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN
I TION of the former patrons of Messrs. W. T. B?RGE k
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
I entirely new; purchased during the recent depression in
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
Marchi 2mo W. T. BURGE.
General Commission Merchant,
MaxLLiiactLLrer of jpaner,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
KO. 12 7 READE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
DEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
evervdescription tor its manufacture.
"ET E. CHAPEAU,
(j. & T. a HEFFRON, SUPERINTENDENTS, )
FIRE CAPS, BELTS, ETC.,
aHD IMPOUTEB OF
AT McKENSIE'S OLD STAND,
Comer Church and Chaim era streets.
January 26 _, ? _stnth3mos
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, 1
- . COT HALL, November 9,1866. f
ALL PERSONSDESTROUS OF BEBUILDING IN TETE
Burnt Districts and Wasts Places 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 otaFire Loan, withe view to aid in building up the
City anew," are hereby notified that the form of appli?
cation for loans can he obtained at the office ef the Clerk
of Council, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 2 P.M.
AR applications must be filed in the above mentioned
office, aa tho Committee will meet every Monday to con?
sider the same.
By order of the Mayor W. EL SMITH,
November 10 . ? _Clerk of Connell.
TEMP?S GtMDI DIFFER NON IN ONiNDM.
nimm EL?XIR SPECIFIC.
FIR THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION. PAINS IN THE
CHEST AND SIDES, DIFFICULTY IN BREATH
j INO, BRONCHITIS, CATARRH. ASTHMA. COUGHS,
HEMORRHAGE, and all affections or the Lunga.
? Thia great r*vtvifyer is offered to the publie, that all
who wul svaU themselves of its remedial power may be
[ benentted. '
It only requires andr trisito confirm its invaluable
agency in diffusing through each channel of the human
organization a restored vitality. It invigorates and am
bues the Lungs with healthful elasticity; restores warmth,
which is their essential element; rouses the sluggish ves?
sels into activity; heals ? the affected lobes; purifies and
enriches the blood; regulates the circulation; induces
free and easy respiration, and expels, through its admin?
istration, each and avery concomitant disorder present in
the mslady recognized as Consumption, and hitherto
deemed hopeless and incurable.
\ This compound ia perfectly safe, possessing neither
narcotic nor emetic properties, which rmfortunatcly are
always employed aa essentials in every preparation for
Cough or Long affection-a mistake which too often In
its irritating and debilitating consequences, only con?
duces to much general derangement of tho 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
P breathing and pains and serene*, subside, hemorrhage
I fs arrested, and health and strength reestablished
. ' PRICE FOR SINGLE BOTTLE SL25.
Sold by. the Proprietor, northwest comer SOCIETY
AND MEETING STREETS, and tho principal Druggie.
April 2 .... _ ly- '
JOH N IZA lil) MIDDLETON,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
: BO. 7 SOUTH STREET,
j BAL TI MOE ?, Md.
T) ARTICULAR ATTENTION TO SALE OF COTTON,
X Blee and Southern Produce, and Purchase of Grain
Guano and Plantation suppUea. liberal advances made
TT! fl*"'****** .i 'T' - ',^J>'?
Bfu.u^n ? Wi ?n.IambCTt OltUngS at Co.. Balti?
more; Porcher & Henry. Charleston ; Coben; Hanckel k
Co- Charleston; J.D.Aiken*Co., Charleston; Goer
din, Mstthieesen k Co.. Savannah; Dunrot k Waples, Sa?
vannah; Stovall k Edmontton, Auguat?; Jlaher A Low
ranee, Columbia, a C- ; Mayes 4 Martin, Newberry. &
C. ; James Pagan,'E???., Chaster, S. C.
FfJbruarjr? . mthStao
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
SOAP, CANDLES, BUTTER,
CONDENSE? MILK, RAISINS AXD WHIS?
100 'SOAP ?r SUPEK10R QUALITY FAMILY
100 boxes Patent Refined Candles
10 k..-KH Family and Table Butter
20 casen Borden's Condensed Milk
125 boxes Raisins
25 bblo. Hour bon whiskey.
For side ut low prices, by
.. " ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO..
April ll n,Mu3 No 2oj East Bay._
BAGS ! BAGS !
?.000 NJS? TBREJJ BUSHEL BURLAPS
V V?.y V ,3000 ?eoond-handed two bushel Osnaburgs.
lor salo by JN0. CAMPS EN & CO..
April ll 14 Murl"-'t' opposite State street.
?.OO BT^P PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY. LAND
V '. ?NO on Union wnart, and for sule iow while
lanuing by JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
. .. i. No- 1* Market street, opposite State street.
April ll ?JJ
1 t\fi BBLS- WHITE BEANS. SUITABLE FOR FAM
JLUU ILY or Plantation use, for salo low to close
consignment *[. j. KERR & CO.
Al'rl1 10 2 Kerr's Wharf
SIDES, SHOULDERS. HAMS, &c.
t\(\ HHOS. CLEAR RIBBED RIDES
Kj\J 60 hhds. Primo Shoulders
20 hhdH. Plantation Shoulders
20 tierces Hams
50 bbls N. Y. Strips
50 tierces Loaf Lard
25 boxes C. R. Sides, in dry salt
100 bbls. Baltimore Fine and Super Flour
In store and for sale low, by
. ., ," " JEFFORDS & CO,,
ApnllO_ 3 No. 27 Vendue Range.
A ff? f\ BBLS. EXTRA. SUPERFINE AND MIDDLING
^iO\J 160 bbls. Sclf-RaiMng Flour
50 bbls. Trenton Crackers
75 bbls. Crushed A. and C. Sugars
50 bbls. Choico Brown Sugars
25 bags Rio Coffee
300 boxes Soap, Starch and Candles
UO firkins and tubs Butter
SO ti? ces and tubs Lard.
A choice assortment of GROCERIES.
For sale low by
J. H. & D. MULLER,
April 8 mtuth3 No. 157 EAST BAY.
Established in 1830 !
No. 219 BING STREET,
One door south of Market-st.,
HAVE OPENED A LARGE AND WELL .ASSORTED
FINE, MEDIUM & LOW PRICED
Manufactured expressly for tills Market,
TO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS I
invited. The style, workmanship and fit of the Garments
are second to none iu the city.
JV large supply of
English Melton Cloth !
I OF DIRECT IMPORTATION, AND MADE UP TN THIS
CITY, price $20 per suit.
The best supply of
I ROW AND YOUTHS' CLOTING
! TO BS FOUND. A FULL ASSORTMENT ALWAYS ?
KEPT ON HAND.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT
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 French Cutter, who can
please the most fastidious.
COTTON AND MERINO GATJSE UNDEBSHTRTS |
JEAN DBA WEES ., : .
The noted STAB BRAND LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS
COLLABS, of a? styles
! FRENCH KED GLOVES, ?tc, of the newest pat?
~ AU that is asked is an inspection
Prices fixed and marked on each
IB. W. McTureous, Supt
March 30_. ' ._Imo
CM?MT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
rs : ' ?
JiTOE, MEDIUM, -
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55,57.69
and 61. Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
W. H. WHITFORD.
: J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 6mo_A. T. HAMILTON.
WHonxaixx AKD BExaxti DIALES nr
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES IND VESTINGS,
GENTS' FUHSI8HIIIG GOODS.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 fimos CHARLESTON. S. C.
HAVING ACCEPTED THE AGENCY OF THE ABOVE
ola and well-known mamrtSfttorera, : sm prepared
to fill all orders to tho trade, and will always '.lave % rail
stock on hand, which will daily be delivered to any part
of tho city. J. N. ROBSON,
January 31 tb>tuSmos No, 63 Z??? Bay.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
BACON SI DES, SHOD LD ERS,
STRIP'S AND HAMS,
"j f\ HU 1)8. PRIME C. II. SIDES
J_\J B hhds. prime Ribbed Side?
6 lib UH. prime Shoulders
25 bbl?, choice N. Y. Sugar Cured Strips
10 bbl?, c hofco N. Y. Sugar Cured Pig Shoulders
15 (cs. Palmetto Hums.
Landing and for sale by
LAUltEY & ALEXANDER.
April ll_2_Np. 137 East Bay.
G. W. STEFFENS&C0.,
No. 320 KING-STREET,
Corner ol" Geoi-ge Street,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND WILL SELL AT
THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
A LARGE! ASSORTMENT O V
Choice Family Groceries,
CONSISTING IN PART AS FOLLOWS :
SWISS, LIMBURGH. TD AM, SAP SAGO, I. E., AND
Smoked Beef Tongue? .
Soused Pigs Feet.
Davis' Diamond lian,?.
Orange County Butter.
New York Sugar-Cured Hams, Shoulders and Strips.
Bass & Co.'s Pale Ale.
Jeffrey's Sparkling Edinburgh Ale.
Muir & Son's Sparkling Edinburgh Ale.
Aitken's Pale Ale.
Robt B.. Byass' Best Stout Porter.
Tennent-* XX Porter.
Shalk Brother's Bottled lager Beor.
_April ll 2
?:.fiOf. T.y? BJJSHEL BAas ; FOUR THOUS A ND
JU V V throe bushel Bags.
Twine for sale, at lowest market price, State, corner
Cumberland street, by
APril C_stutht_F. W. CLAUSSEN.
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH PORTERS
RECENTLY IMPORTED DIRECT FROM LIVER?
POOL, per British barks "Regina," "Tecumseh "
.Gladstone," "Yumurri," "Southern Rights," and other
103 CASKS BYASS' LONDON PORTER-PINTS
17 casks Byass' London Porter-quarts
118 casks Bass' E. L Ale-plata
12 casks'Bsss' E. L Ale-quarts
46 casks Findlater's Dublin Porter_pints
3.Q8.casks Aiken's E. I. Ale-pints
April 9 " "" " tnulV" "?-rrinta (stone)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KING-ST.,
MR. EVERT E. BEDFORD. THE MANAGER OF
THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to the customers and patrons for their liberal
patronage and appreciation of the quality of goods pur?
chased by tar m during thc past year. It bas been, and
always will lu t ur aim, to PLEASE; OUR CUSTOMERS,
and as we ofter for salo thc first quality of all kinds of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc, we flatter ourselves
that, with our facilities, can give general satisfaction
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assist in
the management, would be pleased to see his friends at
No. 259, assuring them that all goods purchased are
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELL ARE IMPORTED DIRECT BY W. S.
CORWIN ac CO., and pass through no other hands, en?
abling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to soil at the following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON.$2 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON.1 50 to 1 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER. 2 25
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST.2 25
ENGLISH BBF.A KFAST. 1 60
CHOICEST OOLONG. 2 00
CHOICE OOLONG. 1 60
We keep, also, a supply of cheaper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at SI 60
Just received, a new supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE.
46c.; PARCHED, 50c.; GROUND, 52c; OLD RIO, 35c.
The PARCHED COFFEE we represent to be of the
FIRST QUALITY, parched by us with great care. A trial
of those Coffees, Green, Parched and Ground, will con?
vince the consumer on that point.
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYRA.
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended to by
one of the Managers. Goods delivered to all parts of the
city FREE OF CHARGE.
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER will arrive on
Tuesday. 3mo February 4
KMPAVA, LANNEiU & CO.,
Choice Fanaily Groceries,
No. 66 MARKET-ST.,
Form Doon? EAST OF Btmno.Charleston, S. C .
tS- GOODS PURCHASED OF US. DELIVERED TO
ANY PORTION of the City Free of Charge.
February 19 tuths2mos
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NORTH AND SOOTH
SHIP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer and Im
Sorter in RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
[anilla and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sall, Duck 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 AND PRODUCE con?
signed or trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made.
Brown & Level's Patent Life Sav?
ing Tackle and Boat Detaching Ap
Earatus, for steamers, always on
and, and for sale at New York
have not executed then* bondsand taken out the proper
cards to show that they have license to aelL will be re?
ported aa not complying with the law, after Monday, 5th
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have the
same placed in a conspicuous place in the window. All
tailing to observe this notice will also be reported, after
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH,
March2 -_Cleric of Council.
_ PUBLIC ftOTICE.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January S, 1867. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
for delivery from this Office. S. THOMAS,
8*0. 1. Be U Ordained By Oe Mayor caul Aldepnenxn
City Council assembled. That from landsiler theflrstday
of January, licenses shall be taken ont mr all carts, drays
and wasons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the same manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, leter
driven ?for biro, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, snail be provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof; and marked Private, to be
placed ctn the outside of the shaft.
Sao. 2. No person shaB bo taken by the Treasurer as
suretv to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and -other eemagee, un?
less he or abe be a freeholder.
Sse. 3- The tallowing shaU hereafter be the rates for
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, ?tc,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which shall
be free from other taxation:
PDiuo CA HTS, nun, sro., ott THOSE ESTPLOSXD ni AJCT
BOBDOtSB WBATXVXB, TOB HQS TOBXCr On nrnniECT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one hone or
For every cert, drsy or Tr agon, drawn by two horses or
For every hack and carriage -with two wheels, tao.
For every hack and carribee with four wheel?, HO.
For every stage or omnibus (except Une omnibus),
with two horses, ?60.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus),
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn ey two or more horses or mules,
For every expresa wagon drawn by two or more horses
or mules, (60.
Basan CARTS uro PBXvaTX CARTS, OKAYS, ETC.
For every bread ort or wagon, SS.
For every cart; drsy or wagon, used for private or do
meetia purposes, and not to be employed in the trans?
porting of good*, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, cither directly or
indirectly for the same, shall psvy for a Uconse tho sum of
?6, exclusive of tne horse or mule.
Ratified in City Connell, thia 16th day of January,
ft? a.] intheyearof ourLord ona thousand eight hrm
drod and sixty-six. '
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By thsMsycT. _ .
v Jtonary3 Vi. H. SMITH, Clerk of Oonncfl.,
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCMN?S,
SHIP 2? I ?6?AGEN T S.
T57TLI. ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
W SHIPMENT <to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
. . sVBis&Jt'BlC WHAR31, Cixsu?es?oav, S? C. . "?
E. wirf J Jai;"; X ..'.'I-", a," R.CHI30L34