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THE
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR
CATHCART, Mell ILL AN & MORTON,
PROPRIETORS.
No. 18 HAYNE STREET.
CITY PRINTERS.
TERMS GASH.
SUBSCRIPTION
DAILY-TTfELATS MONTHS.SlO.OO
DAILY-SEC MONTHS... 5.00
DAILY-THREE MONTHS.. 2.50
8TN?LECOPIES.....?.....5cent?
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents
NEWS SUMMARY.
Cotton in New York yesterday was active but un?
changed at 27?a28c. for Middling Uplands. Gold
issi.
Cotton declined iu Liverpool ? since opening.
Hen. JOSEPH A. WRIGHT, Minister at Berlin
Prussia, is seriously indisposed. His disease is
not certainly ascertained.
General Pam, the leader of tho Frogressitas of
Spain, is, it is said, negotiating for a loan with
which-as his* sinew of war-ho can upset Queen
ISABELLA'S government.
'Rev'. J. J. WEST, of Winchelsea, England, re?
fused to read the burial Service over the corpse of
? man who was washed up a t sea, because "he did
not know whether he had been baptized 1" .
England guarantees a loan of twenty millions to
iud the new confederate government of the British
United Provinces to construct a railway from
Halifax to Quebeo, some two hundred and fifty
julies. <;
The Gormans in New York club for the purchase
of lager beer by the.keg on Saturday, and meet on
Sunday to drink it. So they get around the excise
Jaw, and, getting their tipple cheaper than they
used to at saloons, drink more of it. ?
Prof. THOMAS CHENOWETH, of Baltimore, an art
' ist on his travels, recently visited i? or tress Monroe
and commenced giving instruction in painting to
JEFF. DAVIS, Miss HOWELL, his sister-in-law, and
ethers.
Mr. L. P. WHEAT, a young pianist of decided
talent, made his debut at WALLACE'S Theatre, re?
cently. Mr. WHEAT is a brother of the late Gen.
WHEAT, of the Confederate army. He waa assisted
at his first performance, by Madame PAREPA, and
6 critics say that be. acquitted himself : admirably.
The Catholic Prelate, Dr. MANNING, in a pasto?
ral letter to his London diocese, informs his hear
Crs that for eil years the numerous flock in the
Irish dioceses of Cashel, Ferns and Emley have
pledged themselves not to set foot in a public
bouse on Sunday.
The Macon Telegraph announces the arrival in
that city of Mrs. HARRIET BEECHES STOWE, and
nopes that her sojourn in the South has beena
pleasant one, and that she finds the' morals of
Southern people much improved since she wrote
"Uncle Tom's Cabin."
. j The Bean of Winchester was recently presented,
jon his ninety-second birthday, a model of Win
??.heeter Cathedral, tar ae- feet eight inches in
length, the work of a shepherd of Hie Hampshire
Downs, who carved it with no other implement
iban a penknife.
General GLLLEM, commanding at Natchez, re
yerta that the accounts of destitution and starva?
tion are, so far as they relate to Mississippi, much
exaggerated. During January no r?lions were
issued to citizens, black or white, except those in
JnoapitaL
A child, three and a half years old, is at present
confined in Richmond Bridewell, Dublin (the same
from which JAKES STEPHENS escaped), serving out
sentence .of fourteen days' imprisonment and
bard labor-for the crime of. soliciting alms I
g Probably the child was hungry when it begged.
Queen VICTORIA has a dusky godson in the per
json cf the SHAHAZADAH, the infant son of his High?
ness the M^narajah DHULEEP SINO. Tho christen?
ing wa? performed in the private chapel of Wind?
sor-Castle on March '20, the Queen standing in
person. The child received the names of VICTOR
*-_A T.it giyy. -
Hr. GBUBB, an optician cf Dublin, has com
. pk ted an enormous reflecting telescope, which
was ordered by the Victoria Legislature for the
?um of ?5,0CO, for Melbourne. The tubo of the
instrument is four and a half feet in diameter.
.^The aides are made of tapering steel ribs, and the
(entire instrument is nut only singular on account
cf its dimensions, but also because of its complete
ness, accuracy, and''finish.''
Count BISMARCK, in the German Parliament, in
% caustic speech, has settled, so far as Prussia is
< interested, all hopes' of Polish nationality. Ad
(dressing tho Polish deputies, he said : "The re
lostabhahment of Boland is ii fantastical . dream,
^here are not Poles enough iu the world to acoom
phsh it," Jt should be remembered that the Count
is an aristocrat, and does hot know how many
^Poles-it would take to do the Cracow-vienne.
At Bayonne there ie a glut of sardines. A local
a paper says : "The streets never cease resounding
.with the cries of the sellers. Such has been the
.abundance that a pinnace of St. Jean de Luz, not
' ^finding the fish fine enough, 'threw the whole back
?rato the sea, A wowan of this town, hawking
about a considorablo quantity an 1 unable to get
;rid of herstocl^.set rp aery of Croumpalslous, ou
. que lou? fui (buy them or I throw them away ) ,r
?3ope the market on Chis side will be lower.
. " ' At/Vienna an "IDteUigeuco Office" of a novel
character has been opened; here marriageable
?jgirls in quest of husbands are to be found. The
? "Mondes are in OBeroom, the brunettes in another.
?Bo?ge on noir ? is the question asked of the vis?
itor, and as he loves blondes or brunettes he is
jshowii into one or the other room. The noxt thing
* ?ire shall hear will be that daughters are disposed
jef by lottery.
The Commercial ?sys that Lavacca is one of the
'best markets in Texas in which to sell bides. Im
I jjnenee quantities arrive from Indianola, Vines' Bay,
;and other points, r.nd find a ready market for
?ash. Tiie . same paper says a firm in that city
have received twelve hundred Mexican dollars
from New Mexico for New Orleans, the fir?t ship?
ment of the kind since the war, and that the pros?
pects are that the Mexican trade through Lavacca
" will be larger this year than ever before.
lhere is an interesting question before a jury in
the Supreme Court, New York. It is, in brief, as
follows : WILLIAM A. SANBORN bought of SILAS C.
HERRING S safe which the vender alleged, under
.warrantee, was burglarproof. The safo was forced
3bya burglar and $26,060 taken therefrom. The
question for the jury to decide is, is HEERING, un?
der the warrantee, responsible for the money
stolen ? If held responsible, the burglar proof safe
business will be rather an unsafe one for any gen?
tleman with money to engage in. The jury will,
probably, definitely settle tte question this week.
' There is a ridiculous rumor afloat in Europe-(it
came to ns by cable)-to the effect that the Em?
peror NAPOLEON is calmly awaiting the fall of the
.throne of T?ABFT-T.A of Spain, in order to aid tho
ymg of Portugal to an Iberion unity, aud tor
which s. nice he is to receive the Island cf Cuba I
Our impression is that NAPOLEON is far from being
jr, fool, and never entertained any such nonsense.
Ja the first place the hunted sisters would, even at
the risk of a great maritime wai*, oppose the trans?
fer of the Queen of the Antilles to another power;
and in tho second, France is satisfied with the
po rfu! neighbors that now adjoin her. She docs
net desire to lose all prestige in the councils of
Europe.
In Chicago, last Friday night, an Irishman at?
tempted to commit suicide by taking a largo dose
cf morphine. The nome of the distressed Celt is
PATRICE LALLY. He was found lying in a gutter
5n Fourth avenue, laboring under the potent effect
tot the dose o? poison he had administered to him?
self. He was taken home, and a physician called,
.who soon brought tho candidate for a change of
residence to hiB sonsos. No sooner, however, had
the determined Milesian regained consciousness,
ihan he grasped a razor, lying on tho table near at
fraud and inflicted a fearful gash in his throat. It
jbecame necessary to bind the desperate man to a
mohair, when his wound was sewed up, and at latest
accounts he was improving.
A lady who has recently aitem'.cd St. Alban's
Church, in New York, which m*,? bo takeu as a re?
presentative of the most "advanced (ritualistic)
thought," gives a startling account of the pro?
ceedings there. The rector is Mr. MORRILL, a na?
tive of Saco, Maine, andaman of great obesity.
He is now undergoing medical treatment for the
purpose of reducing his flesh. In administering
the sacrament to his Hock, he does not allow any
one to touch, the bread and wine, but holding
them, as he walks, elevated above his head, makes
ta dab with bread and cup at each individual mouth,
as the Burnish priests put waters on the tongues o?
their communicants. WTien the sacramental cere?
mony is finished, he drinks every attainable drop
of the consecrated wine, and then, rinsing tho cup
irith nHCOnfiocrated wine, drinks that, in order
that not even the vapor of the first Bhall be lost.
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-Tlie DAILY
NEWS jwblishes the O?eial List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at the end
of euch iceek, agreeably to the following
section of the New I'ustojjtcc Law, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in
thc City oj Charleston:
SKCTION C. Aud bo it further enacted, That lists of let?
ters reonainiug uncalled for in any Postofflco in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper sholl be printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in tho newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
oulce.
US' AH communications intended for publication in
this tournai must be addressed to (he Editor of ike
Daua News, No. 18 Hayne-slreet, Charleston, S. U.
Business Communications to Publislier of Daily
News.
We ca nnot undertake lo return rejected communica?
tions.
Advertisements outside of the eily must be accompa?
nied miOkthe cash.
-
CHARLESTON.
FREDDY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1867.
THE RUSSIAN TREATY.
This treaty, annexing the Russian posses?
sions in North America to the United States,
has been ratified, and we have the satisfaction
of knowing that when wc do get back into the
Union, it will be a considerably larger Union
than when wc left it. There appears to be
some doubt as to the character and extent of
the advantages of which we will then be par?
takers. Tho most liberal statement of the i
friends of the treaty, embrace positive coal j
mines, possible gold mines, a sufficient supply
of furs, a surplus of fish, and ice enough to
make a national ice-house, and to do away
with the necessity of a protective tariff on the
domestic manufacture of that very important
article.
Mr. SEWARD'S diplomatic life has been very
eventful, and with great difficulties he has had,
thanks to us, great success. Although ably
supported by Mr. ADAMS, at London, and Mr.
DAYTON, at Paris, he has owed much to fortune
and to General GRANT; and the Trent affair,
after all, can only take its place iu diplomatic
history as au ingenious extrication from a not
very pardonable blunder. But the foreign
minist er who has added 880,000 square miles
to the area of the republic, has certninly some
solid ground to stand upon, and as that terri?
tory is said to contain the highest mountain in
the world, he has provided a fit pinnacle from
which the American Eagle can, when the days
of good feeling come back, "spread itself"
over the immense country ihai will then lie
peacefully beneath the shadow of its wings.
And now, as this is achieved, and especially as '
thc " sixty day " notes no longer need renewal, I
but have been paid up in full with interest, the j
venerable SIMEON, of the Slate Department, j
can say to Mr. JOHNSON: NOW let thy servant
depart iu the blessed hope of diplomatic im
mortality. .
The treaty is a wise one, and the Senate did
right to ratify it even if tho territory is not as
valuable as represented. And the price is
scarcely worth considering when we reflect I
that either Mr. PEABODY, Mr. ASTOR, or Com?
modore VANDERBILT could have paid it, or Mr.
JEROME could have bought and divided it into
prize farms to the successful competitors for
"gentlemanly conduct."
It is very clear that, following the instinct
of proprietorship that is always developed from
a plantation*to an empire, we intend to own
this continent, "from the centre all round to
the sea,'' and to realize the humorous anticipa?
tion of one of our old-time statesmen, who,
upon the acquisition of louisiana, exclaimed:
"We are growing-we are growing." Just
think what splendid mileage those fellows will
have who are Senators from Patagonia and th?
North Pole.
The Canadas are only taking a round about
way lo come into the glorious Union, and to
bring a Prince of the blood royal with them
who will be endorsed by Mr. BENNETT, Jr.
And the Austrian Minister has appealed
piteously to Mr. SEWARD to let poor MAXI?
MILIAN get safe home.
Russia did not want the country; we would
not have let anybody elss have it; so we made
a fair trade, and now, while French and Eng?
lish, Austrians - and Prussians, Russians and
Italians, are quarreling over Eastern questions
?nd German questions, Brother Jonathan can
sit with sublime indifference on the top of thc
Alleghenies and spit his tobacco into either the
Atlantic or Pacific, whitling huge California
Limber with a clasp knife made of iron ont of
Iiis mountains, and mix; his cobbler with
lemons grown in his own tropics, and cooled
?viih ice brought from his own Arctic circle..
HARPER & BROTHERS.
The New York Round Table of April 0th
jays : #
We have seen very sad stuff eulogized by South?
on papers for uo other apparent reason than that
t was of Southern authorship, and the impression
seems universal among the editors of the region
bat all unfavorable criticism of St. Elmo is due to
'Yankee hatred." The Richmond Christian Ob?
server goes so fax a? to lament, in a leading arti?
llo," the demoralizing influences of the press and
)f the greater part of the literature of the North
lent broadcast over the land for a quarter of a cen?
tury," and periodically there is au e htorial orusade
H augur a ted against "those wretched Harpers,"
ind all who read their publications. The puerile
'olly of this state of mind and all who foment it is
limply contemptible. It is mean in the extreme
br Northern journals and publishers, who in
rarious ways have the odds largely in their favor
a avail themselves of their advantages to taunt
.hose who are less favored and thwart their efforts
n their own behalf. It shows a lamentable wont
)f pluck for Southern editors to whine at Northern
tttacks instead of repaying them manfully. If the
satire of Harper's Weekly is too keen and is some?
times extravagantly partisan and unjust, the rem?
edy lies not in denunciation of it but in making a
.ocort in laud. For every severe cartoon that New
fork finds material for in the South, Charleston
ind New Orleans, if their eyes were open, could
levise two that should tell against New York. It
s not surprising that much of our literature in?
spires resentment, because much of it is disgrace?
ful and libellous ; but the South will find it no
jasy matter to suppress it, and had much better
jegin to make a compensating literature of its
iwn.
Now there is in all this, undoubtedly, a great
leal of truth ; and we cnn assure the Rouud
Tulle, that our "eyes are open," and that we
;an see the beam in our brother's eye, as well
is the mote in our own. We have at divers
imes in a very mild and modest way attempted
o hold the mirror up to nature in tl\e manucr
indicated in the above paragraph; and imme
liatelr there was a hue aud cry, both at home
md abroad, that we were keeping up strife,
jenerating bad blood, and doing mischief gen?
ially ; and that a peaceful reconstruction
?ould not be accomplished by any such pro
jess. As we desired peace and harmony above
L'verylhing else, we promptly ceased our efforts
in that direction, and can only regret that our
Northern cotemporaries should not bc actuated
ty a like impulse, bury the hatchet, and wit h a
nauly and a Christian spirit, give us, if not
positive aid, at least the benefit of a neutral ac
ptiesceue, and not retard the good work by
heir malevolent papers and pictorials.
View it from what stand point we may, thc ccn
luct of the HARPERS is main beyond all ex
iression. This house owes its immense wealth
md influence in a very large measure to thc
South. These States, for many years before
the war, were their chief market ; and no firm
in the Xorlh was more solicitous of pleasing
?heir Southern brethren, more anxious in ex?
cluding every possible trace and taint of "abo?
litionism" from their publications than IIAR
I'KB & BROTHERS; and this was the case up to
the commencement of the late war.
Wc recollect a dinner at DELMOXFCO'S, given
by one of the elder members of the firm, in the
fall of 1 SOO, to a distinguished Southern Meth?
odist Minister. Clergymen of different denom?
inations were invited, but they were all good
Democrats; opposed, tooth and nail, to the
revolutionary innovations, then gaining more
ami more ground in all the Northern churches.
Mr. 11.uti*KR look great pains to assure the
gentlemen from the South, thal they [the Dem?
ocrats in the church] would rout I he Aboli
tiouists; and he was loud in his denuncialion
of thc Radicals.
How is it now ? And how has it been all
through the war ? Thc moment the mails to
thc South were slopped, und that market
closed, the great house of HARPUR held a
counsel of war, and a policy was adopted, now
that, there was no longer any money to be got
from the South, to go to work and minister lo
the most vindictive passions of Northern Radi?
cals, and thus turn an honest penny in that
latitude. This.they did, and finding it paid so
well, they have ever since adhered to it. And
there is to-day no more mischievous sheet in
America, than Harper's Weekly: and this wo
say, in the face of th charge of shovl-sighled
illiberalily, launehed at us in lhc paragraph
quoted above.
It may be said that it is puerile to charge a
business house willi inconsistency. Perhaps
so. But we in this part of thc world arc still
very much behind the times, and very deficient
in the power of abstraction, which others are
so largely endowed with. We cannot yet
separate the man from his actions: and are dis?
posed to hold him responsible for what, he or
any of his agents say nr do. lt may be that in
the course of time, after we have become
thoroughly reconstructed, we may learn to go
the whole animal in morals as well as in
politics.
We have not thought it necessary (o refer
specially to Harper's Magazine, or any of their
late mendacious histories of thc war, or ma?
lignant novels, purporting to portray the
"Inside" of the Confederacy during the war;
because their "Weekly Journal ol' Civilization"
is a fair sample of thc general policy pursued
by the establishment. When there are so many
respectable houses, conducted hy honorable
gentlemen, who supply these commodities, we
may indulge a hope, that our people will shun
the HARPERS' imprint.
WANTS.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK (WHITE OR
colored). One wishing a steady situation, and
with good refer enees, may apply at No. 2G GEORGE
STREET._1_April 12
IMMIGRATION.-PLANTERS WHOSE
Plantations are located in healthy situations can ob?
tain any requisite number of German or Irish Laborers,
at short notice. For terms, kc, apply to
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM,
No. 432 King street, corner Hudson street,
March 6 wfm2mo Opposite Citadel Square.
TTTISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
VV that can cut and make men and boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's dresses, can keep house, and make
herself generally useful in tho house, kitchen and
garden. Low terms. Good reterences given if required.
Any one writing please state terms. Address
"C. W." BOX 31,
April 7 Vance's Ferry, S. C.
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.
February 25
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, IN ANY* BUSI?
NESS, by a young man who bas had several years'
experience as Accountant and General Clerk. Best
references giveu. Address CONFIDENCE, at this office.
April 9 . . .
dhi)? T-*E GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
Hif??O, LNG MACHINE, $25..-Wanted-Agents, $150
per month and all expenses paid, to sell the Genuine
Bartlett Sewing Machine. This Machine will do all the
work that can be done on any high-priced machine, und
is fully patented, licensed and warranted for Ave years.
We pay the above wages, or a commission, from which
twice that amount can be made. For Circulars and
terms address H. FfAT/r. A CO.. No. 724 Chestnut street,
PMladelphlq, Pa._36_April 10
TTUtOM TEN TO FIFTEEN DOLLARS PER
JU DAY.-WANTED-Agents lor GREELEY'S HISTO?
RY COMPLETE. Extraordinary opportunity! Unpar?
alleled success I This History contains accounts of
about one hundred battles not generally found in the
earlier works on the rebellion, even in those most widely
circulated. Now that Greeley's History is completed, its
popularity is greater than over before, and sells with a
rapidity which makes it the most valuable work for can?
vassers ever published. Call or address T. HURLEY,
No. 160 Meeting street, Charleston, 8. C.
April 9 mwflmo
BOARDING.
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A FEW BOARD.
HRS con bo accommodated at No. 92 KING STREET,
east aid?, near' Broad. A few Day Boarders can be ac?
commodated, y January 31
TO RENT.
F-.AT ROCK RESIDENCE TO RENT.
The premises adjacent to the Church, known as
THE PARSONAGE, and within walking distance of the
Postoffice. Apply to A. H. SEABROOK, Esq;, Secretary,
at Flat Bock, or at Charleston to
!.'..? CG. MEMMTNGER,
March 15__ ftulmo_.Chairman of Vestry.
TO RENT, A NEW AND WELL FIN?
ISHED two and a half story BRICK HOUSE, sit?
uated in Trumbo Place, near the corner of Broad and
Rutledge streets, containing 4 square rooms, two largo
well finished attics, two dressing rooms, pantry, cistern,
and all tho necessary outbuildings. Inquire next door,
to C. C. TRUMBO. mwf_ March 25
"VTUNAN'S FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
J.1 STREET, TO BENT. Apply on the premises.
March 1_
TO RENT.-A PART OF A HOUSE NO. 59
BeaiUain Street, containing four Large Rooms,
Garret Room, Servant and Kitchen, Gas and fino Cistern,
and double piazzas with blinds. To an approved tenant
tho rent will be moderate. For terms apply to
WM. H. DAWSON,
April 8_Real Estate Ageut 33 Broad 8treet
TO RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street. For
particulars, address B. F., Daily News Office.
February 20
TO RENT, THE THREE AND A HALF
STORY BRICK HOUSE No. 26 Coming street,
opposite Montague. Apply to L L. FALK k CO., No.
303 King street April 2
TO RENT, FOR THE SUMMER, I
pleasant RESIDENCE on South Bay, No. 40, with
six upright rooms, pantry, and dressing rooms. Apply
at No. 121 CHURCH STREET. 1?_April ll
AFURNISHED BED-ROOM AND PARLOR
TO BENT.-Apply te No. 324 KING, opposite to
Liberty street 3* April ll
BRICK STABLE TO RENT.-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICK STABLE, with accommodations
for horses and vehicles, con be hired, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply on premises, No. 69 CHURCH
STREET, west side, near Trodd. April ll
FOR SALE.
I710R SALE, A NO. 1 MILCH COW. AP
J PLY at the CORNER OF WASHINGTON AND
CALHOUN STREETS._1*_April 12
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 the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, und Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren, Principles and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of the first Medical Universities of
tile country, a favorable opportunity is odored those
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply at this
Office. December 15
COPARTNERSHIPS.
THE COPARTNERSHIP
HERETOFORE EXISTING BETWEEN JAMES
DO CG HEN k JAMES WALSH, under the name
and style of JAME? DOUGHEN, is Thin Day dissolved by
limitation.
April 11th, 1867. JAMES WALSH.
April 12_2*
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP uuder the name ol JOHN F.
TAYLOR A CO., for tho purpose of conducting tho MA?
CHINE AND FOUNDRY BUSINESS in all its branches,
at tho old stand, PHONIX IRON WORKS, north side or
Pritchard street JOHN F. TAYLOR.
JAMES BARKLEY.
Charleston, 12th March, 18GT.
March 15_Imo
COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
IN PARTNERSHIP, for Uie transaction of a GEN?
ERAL SHlPPDiO AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, un?
der ?he namo of JOHN k THEO. GETTY, at No. 4S}S
EAST BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves.
Particular attention giveu to Purchase aud Salo of Col?
ton, Rice, Provisions, Naval Stores, &c. kv.
Consignments solicited. JOHN GETTY,
THEODORE GETTY.
Charleston, March 28,1867.
References-E. A. SOUOEU k Co., J. T. Annuit?t? k Co.,
Philadelp'fia; BUETT, SON k Co., STUUUKSS .t Co., New
Yorv. March ?li)
CLOSING ur
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
BOOKS, PAP lt, ENVELOPES, BLANKS, BVANK
Books, Pictures, Engravings ana instruments, at
halfprice.
The subscriber having determined to retire from busi?
ness, presents to thc public tho opportunity ol'purchas?
ing BOOKS, STATIONARY and Fuucy Goods, at bah
price. Biblos, Prayers, Testaments, iu variety anti size,
Hymn Books of all denominations, Novels, Travels, Bi?
ographies, History, Theology, Scientific, Agricultural,
Gardening, Cooking and Sporting Words, Note Paper $1
to $2 50 ream, Letter aud Cap raper, at $2 60 to ?:i ream,
Envelopes at $2 and $2 50 per thousand. Come aud
avail yourselves of tho present opportunity.
SAML. HART. SH.
April 8 Nu. 332 King street.
TAVEllN-KEKPEltS'NOTHK.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
March 1.1867.}
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within tue city limite, who
have not executed their bonds and taken out Hie proper
cards to show that they have license to sell, will he re?
ported as uot complying with the law, alter Monday, 5tli
inst.
ThoBO who have cards are hereby notified to have thc
same placed iu a conspicuous place in the window. All
tailing to observe thiH notice will also be reported, alter
the above-mentioned time. W. U. SMITH,
March 2 Clerk ol' Council.
EDWARD M. L'ENGLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS IN EAST
FLORIDA.
References-MCCRADY k SON, ADAMS A* FnosT, WM. MC?
BURNEY, Esq. f Onio* December 21
_MEETINGS._
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
PANY.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF YOUR CORPS WILL
po hold ot your Hall, Cannon street,' This (Friday)
Evening, April 11th, at 8 o'clock precisoly. Rc punctual.
Byordor. H. BEAUSSANG,
April 12_1 Secretary M. F. E. Co.
BROTHERLY ASSOCIATION.
INSTITUTED 1849-INCORPORATED 1857.
THE EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE
hold This Day, the 12th inst, at 4 o'clock P. M., at
the resldenco of E. G. Crocker, St Philip's street
By order of the President M. J. SIMONDS,
Acting Secretary.
N.B. Supper at 8 o'clock. 1* April 12
SURVIVOR'S ASSOCIATION-ANNIVERSA?
RY MEETING.
MEMBERS WILL ASSEMBLE PUNCTUALLY AT
S o'clock, This Evening, April 12th, at Market
Ball, to celebrate tho First Anniversary of the Associa
lion. An election for officers will be held.
By order of the President C. E. CHICHESTER,
April 12_1_Secretar}'.
EAGLE FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM?
PANY at your Hull, This (Friday) Evening, at 8
o'clock precisely.
By order. . J. O. NOLTE,
April 12_1 Secretary.__
CHARLESTON SAVING'S INSTITUTION.
A8PECIAL MEETING OF THE CORPORATION
will be held This Afternoon, at 4>? o'clock, at the Of?
fice in Church street on business of importance. Tho
Corporators are requested to attend. I
By order. jA COB F. SCHIEMER,
April 12_ l_Secretary.
VETERAN PALMETTO GUARD SOCIETY.
rE ANNIVERSARY- MEETING OF THIS SOCIETY
will be held at No. 124 Eing street This Evening, at
8 o'clock. E. H. SCHEVEN,
April 12_1 Secretary and Treasurer.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
fTVHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE GRANITEVTLLE
JL Manufacturing Company are hereby notified that a
Meeting is called, to take place at Graniteville, on Thurs?
day, tho 18th instant, at 10 o'clock A. M. Stockhold?
ers are earnestly requested to attend in person, if possi?
ble, as matters of vital importance to the Company will
be presented for their consideration.
The first Thursday after the third Monday in April,
which was tho day of the annual meetings for several
years past was changed to tho 17th July at tho last an
uual meeting. As tho Annual Report will be presented
to the Stockholders on the 18ih April, that day may bo
substituted for the regular annual meeting in July.
WILLIAM GREGG,
February 22 flu President
AMUSEMENTS.
Deutsche Sch?tzen-Gesellschaft.
Gin sRidnid, sum Scftenbcr5rau2Bitnr>c tfamlab, toirb
am 'Jliontag ben l?ten ?lpri? auf bent <Sd)?ljcitp?a(je flatt'
finben. Sie SWitglieber, fo trie ba? ganjc bent}d)c bitblt*
furn finb hiermit nuf bao greunb?a)fte gebeten fia) baran auf
bat* 3ablrcid>fte ju beteiligen.
2)ie <5. CS. Cifcn&ajm wirb bie ?cfetlf?aft uon 9fim>
Strafjc '?lorgcn? ? Uhr nub Wittag? U ll&r binau? before
beru, fo ?ie ?lbcnbd 7 llbr wicber beii?bringcn.
Sao (?ommittcc.
April 10 4
LOST.
LOST, YESTERDAY IN A RUT LE DE
street car or in the str<*et a LEATHER POCKET
BOOK containing twenty dollars ($20) and some amall
change. The finder will be rewarded by leaving the
sam" at this office. , 2* April 12
LOST-LOST, ON YESTERDAY, A LARGE
GOLD SEAL, with glasses on both sides. A libe?
ral reward will be paid for the same, if returned to this
office. 1* April 12
FINANCIAL.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BILLS
CITY OF CHARLESTON BILLS
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD STOCK
BONDS, STOCKS
BANK BILLS, &c.
Bought at highest rates, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
April ll S No. 8 Broad street
HATS AND CAPS.
JL Straw Hats. A
STEELE, LE AT ER OF HAT FASHIONS, HAS NOW
introduced the styles which will govern tho trade.
MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
LEGHORN, Panama, Dunstable; Luton, Chip, China,
Curacco, Manilla, Swiss, Canton, Palm, and other
STRAW HATS, of Low and High Crowns, Wide and
Narrow Rims, suitable for dress, plantation and watering
places.
CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT.
BOY'S DRESS, BC BOOL AND YARD STRAW HATS,
at 26c., 50c., 75c, $1, $1.50, $2.
Little Boys' and Infant's Straw Hots.
LADIES' and Girl's Straw Shakers, 25c. each.
ALSO,
COMMON STRAW HATS, SI. 50 to $3 per dozen.
Select early-don't wait for mid-summer.
STEELE'S STRAW ROOMS,
No. ?13 King-street
April 1 mf4 Sign of the "Big Hat"
MILLINERY, ETC.
GRAND OPENING.
No. 194 KING STRET,
RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE LADIES THAT
shebas just received direct from Paris, and will
OPEN THIS DAY, THURSDAY, March 11th, a handsome
assortment of.
SPRING BONNETS, M,
Which sho will dispose of at reasonable prices. AU are
invited to call. 3 April ll
SEWING MACHINES.
ALWAYS BUY THE BEST.
THE BEST SINGLE THREAD.
FAMILY ?11 MAUI
CAN NOW BE HAD FOR EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
J. G. TOLSOM'S
HIGH PREMIU? SEWING MACHINES.
WILL STITCH, HEM, BIND, AND GATHER.
J.E. ADGER&CO.,
C2 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Apiil 3 wfmlmo Sole Agente for the State.
SEWING MACHINE FOR $20.
rE MACHINE WILL STITCH, HEM, FELL, TUCK
BRAID, fte., so simple that a child will easily man?
age it, is tillered for sale, and can be soen at No. ll Mu
zyck street, No. 403 King street and at
W. L. WEBB'S Crockery Store,
February 15 mwf2mos No. 5 Hayn? stroot^
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT IN
SEWING MACHINES
Is Fuller & Barnum's
TUCK-CREASKR AND SELF-SEWER
COMBINED.
THIS ATTACHMENT IS AUTOMATIC, AND MEAS?
URES, creases, and stiches tucks at one operation,
without guiding with tho hands. Also for Bale, SEWING
MACHINES OF APPROVED PATTERNS, at 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, corner Liberty.
April I mwf2mos
UPHOLSTERY, ETC.
"m?DOW SHADES.
HARRISON BARNET, MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES.
Bands, Pins, Tassels, Gimps, Loops. Cords, &c. ; White
and Huff Hollands; No. 120 WILLIAM STREET, ootween
Fulton and John streets, New York.
Store and Office Shades inad'? to order.
December 24 mwfCmo
THOMAS E. DMM,
NO. 571 KING STREET.
CABINET ME Eli, UNDERTAKER,
AND
UPHOLSTERER,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS
friends and tin- public generally, that he keeps ou
hand FURNITURE AND BEDDING of all descriptions.
Furnishes Fanerais with Mahogany, Walnut Cedar and
Metallic Coffins. Also, with line Hearses and First-class
Carriages. Will attend to disinterring bodies and trans?
porting the same. Personal attendance will bc given at
all hours.
CARRIAGES for Railro.nl and Steamboat accommoda?
tion, and FURNITURE CARTS, will ba famished at any
time, by applying at my LIVERY STABLE, No. 5 Can?
non street, near King.
Thankful for past favors, ami hope, by strict attention
t> business, lo merit a eon?iiuance of the same.
March _2a mwrimo.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
JUST RECEIVED
THE LATEST STYLES OF
Boots and Shoes,
And are offered al tho lowest ur rket prices by
D. O'NEILL & SONS,
No. 375 KING STREET, near George.
March 2S> fmw?mos
PRY GOODS, ETC,
SILK CLOAKS
AND
JUST OPENED A VEET EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
of SILE and LACE COVERINGS of latest styles and
of recent importation, very reasonable at
LOUIS COHEN,
No. 348 KING STREET.
DRESS GOODS.
In tbis lino will be fr und the latest Novelties in Cold,
and Black SILKS, GREv ADDI ES, POPLINS, LENOS
CHALLIES. POUT DECHEVREB, Plain and Figured
BAREGES lind MALANGES for traveling.
ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES.
A full assortment in Shades and Numbers of the
GENUINE ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES, together with
many 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,
WHITE GOODS.
JAC0NET8, COTTON CAMBRICS, MULL, NAIN?
SOOKS, French and Swiss MUSLINS, in plain, striped
and plidded, together with a splendid assortment of
finest Cambric ard Swiss Edging and Inscrtings, Thread
Valeucien, Guipure Linen and Cluny Laces in Edging
and Inf ertin c;.
LINEN GOODS,
1,000 dozen ll C. HANDKERCHIEF, good quality at
12% cents and upwards, full Unes of the most popular
makes of IRISH LINENS, in fronting, PUlow Casing 84,
9-4, 10 4 and 11-4 Sheetings, and an excellent assortment
of White and Cold TABLE DAMASK, Ac., Ac,
MEN'S WEAR.
In tlus line will be found a full supply of best French
and English CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, DOESKINS,
MELTON CLOTHS, TWEEDS, JEANS, VESTINGS, and
UNDERSHIRTS.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
lu 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 au d Drills, all of which will be
sold dt prices that will defy competition.
jKS'An early call is respectfully solicited.
LOUIS COHEN,
April 1
Mo 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets,
mwf 2mo
1Q&7.
SPRING TRADE.
NO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHAELESTON, S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
f Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
r??VITE 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 short rime approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL.
W. T. BURGE.
O. A. BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEND
TION of the former patrons of Messrs. W. T. BURGE &
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during the recent depression in
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
March 1 2mo W. T. BURGE.
INSURANCE. ~
INSURANCE.
MACBETH & RAI EIL
Corner East Bay and Exchange St.,
NEXT OLD POSTOFFICE.
RISES TAKEN IN THE FOLLOWING RELIABLE
FIBT-OLASS COMPANIES :
CAPITAL t ASSETS,
SIX MILLION DOLLARS!
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED
AND
Paid in Charleston.
MARYLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore,
Maryland. .
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COM
PANY, of Baltimore, Maryland. ?i
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
of Baltimore, Maryland.
HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore.
NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore.
STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of New York.
YONKERS AND NEW YORK INSURANCE COMPANY,
New York.
INSURANCE COMPANY VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,
Winchester, Virginia.
GULF STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Tallahassee,
Florida.
ORIENT MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of NewZork.
J? Il AVENEL MAC B ?TH.. D. R AVENEL, Jr.
April 10 wfm2mo
QUEEN
m IMfRAME COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.910,000,000 IN GOLD.
APPLY TO
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADORE'S SOUTH WHARF.
December 7 mwflyr
5eoen8-=iBcrnd)erimgen, 2nttrfl=23ctforgungen, et., in
einer ber beften Slnftolten bes ?anbc? (ber ihtidctboder,)
n>ci?)c auf gegenseitigen ?llu?cn feegriinbet ift,
beforgt ju ben inafiigftcn Pr?mien.
eraminirenber 9lrjt, 2?m. UfferBarbr,
Xv. e. ?. ftelier?. gie Sing ?nb SBarf?tfrra??
January 15 tufthno
TEMPUS CURAND1JFFER NON IN ONTO
RODRIGUES
PDLMONIC ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
FOR THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION, PAINS IN THE
CHEST AND SIDES, DIFFICULTY IN BREATH
ING, BRONCHITIS, CATARRH, ASTHMA, COUGHS,
HEMORRHAGE, aud all atfectioua of thc Luna's.
This great rvvivifyer is olfcrcd to the public, thut all
who will avail themselves of its remedial power may be
hcuelitted.
It only requires a tah* trial to confirm its invaluable
agency m diffusing through each chanucl of the human
organization a restored vitality. It invigorates aud em?
bues the Lungs with h-althi'ul elasticity; restores warmth,
winch is their essential cleincut: rouses the sluggish ves?
sels into activity; heals thc affected lobes; purifies and
enriches the blood; regulates the circulation; induces
free aud easy respiration, aud expels, through its admin?
istration, each and every concomitant disorder present in
thc malady recognized as Consumption, aud hitherto
deemed hopeless and incurable.
This compound is perfectly safe, possessing neither
narcotic nor emetic properties, which unfortunately are
always employed us essentials in every preparation for
Cough or Lung affection-a mistake which too often in
its irritating and debilitating consequences, only con?
duces to much general derangement ol' the system, de?
stroying appetite and creating au iujurious nervous ex?
citement, augmenting suffering with frequent fatal re?
sults.
Under the influence of this approved and invaluable
Specific the most distressing Cough yields, dltliculty in
breathing aud pains aud soreness subside, hemorrhage
is arrested, and health aud strength re-established.
PRICE FOR SINGLE BOTTLE ?1.25.
Sold by the Proprietor, northwest comer SOCIETY
AND MEETING STREETS, and the principal Druggists.
April 2 ly
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
S,
S
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM
October 25
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
GREEN PEAS, GREEN PEAS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS ABE PREP ABED TO ITEL OR?
DERS for GREEN PEAS in barrels ready for ship?
ment per New York steamar, on and. after Saturday.
Orders loft at thoir office, No. 163 East Bay, win bo
promptly executed on each suiling day of New York
steamers. KINSMAN & HOWELL.
April 12_ .
~BAGS! BAGS !
^ fifi fl N?W THREE BUSHEL BURLAPS
tf\J\J\J 3000 second-handed two bushel Osnaburcs
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. 14 Market, opposite State street,
April ll
HAY! HAT I
fT fifi BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, LANE
Wvv ING on Union Wharf, and for sale low while
landing by JOHN CAMPSEN. & CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite Stato street.
April ll_
SIDES, SHOULDERS. HAMS, &c
I? f\ HHDS. CLEAR RIBBED SIDES
0\J CO hhds. Prime Shoulders
20 hhds. Plantation Shoulders
20 tiercen Hams
60 bbls N. Y. Strips
50 tk-rcc? Leaf 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,,
April 10_?1_No. 27 Vendue Range.
BRAN, SHORTS, OATS, &e.
LANDING THIS DAY FROM BRIG JENNY
ACHORN AND WILL BE SOLD LOW
?AAA BUSHELS BRAN AND SHORTS, '
D\J\J\J 1000 Bushels Oats,
100 Bbls. Irish Potatoes various kinds
5' i Bbls. kiln dried Corn Meal,
60 Bbls. choice extra Family Flour,
25 Half bbls Family Flour.
IM STORE,
PLANTING PEA8, every variety, Grist and fresh
ground Meal, Broom Corn Seed, kc, Sic, Sweet Potato
Slips, Stock Corn. Apply to
JOHN BINNS.
At the People's Grain and Seed Store No. 219 East Bay,
April 8 mwf3 Opposite New Custom House.
CLOTHING.
OP
CHARLESTON
Established in 1880 !
No. 219 KEVG STREET,
One door south bf Market-st.,
HAVE OPENED A LARGE AND WELL .ASSORTED
STOCK OF
FINE, MEDIUM & LOW PRICED
SPRING CLOTHING,
Manufactured expressly for til is Market,
TO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IB
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 Cf
BOYS' MD YOUTHS' CLOT?
TO BE FOUND. A FULL ASSORTMENT ALWAYS
KEPT ON HAND, ...
TEE TAILORING DEPiETMEN?
WELL SUPPLIED WITH . AN ELEGANT LOT OF
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
CLOTHS, CASSLMERES,
AND
COATINGS,'
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
JEAN DRAWERS
The noted STAR BRAND LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS
COLLARS, of all stylos
SCARFS, NECKTIES
FRENCH KID GLOVES, &c, of the newest pat?
terns.
All that is asked is an inspection
of the Stock, which will be shown
with pleasure.
Prices fixed and marked on each
article.
WM. MATTHIESSEN,
Agent.
B. W. McTureous, Sup't.
March 30
Imo
MM1RT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
FINE, MEDIUM,
AND
COARSE CLOTHING,
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 55, 67, 69
and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 6mo A. T. HAMILTON.
JAMES MCCORMICK,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKALEB IX
CLOTIIS, CASSURES Al VESTINGS
GENTS' FUliNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 Cmos CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. S. HULL, Ag i,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BBOAD STREET,
BETWEEN MEETING AND CH?BCH-STS.,
where can be found a choice assortment of CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES and VESTINGS ol' every variety, for
gentlemen's wear, which he is prepared to make to
order at the lowest cash prices.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr k Co.),
will give bis attention to the Tailoring Department and
to NAVY and ARMY UNIFORMS.
ALSO,
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS.
January 17
3mos
THE CAROLINA TIMES,
PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG C. H.
THIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT THE
middle portion of thc State, and offers the best
facilities for advertisers. February 28
GROCERY AND WISCELIANFOUS.
C?OICE WHITE ?0RN.
2O0Q B^S^1^ CHOICE WHITE PROVISION
Landing this day and for sale by
:'? i ? : J. A. EN8LOW lt CO.,
April 12 , 3_Ko. 141 East Bay.
BACON SIDES, SHOULDERS,
STRIPS AND HAMS. .
1 A HHDS. PRIME C. E. SIDES
IV S hhds. prime Ribbed Sides
5 hh'le. prime Shoulders
25 bbls. choice N. Y. Sugar Cured Strips
10 bbls. choice H. Y. Sugar Cured Pig Shoulders
16 tes. Palmetto Hams.
Landing and for sale by
LAUE EY A ALEXANDER,
April ll_2 No. 137 East Bay.
Gl W. STEFFENS & CO.,
No. 320 KING-STREET,
Corner bf George Stre?t,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, AND WILL SELL AT
THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES, :
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Choice Family Groceries,
CONSISTING IN PART AS FOLLOWS :
SWm^HBBBflg TD AM, SAP 8AGO, L E., AND
GOSHEN CHEESE,
Sro oked Beef Tongues
Sm tod Beef.
Sooted Pigs Feet.
Davis' Diamond Hams.
Orange County Butter..
New York Sugar-Cured Bims, Shoulders and Strips,
Walhalla Bolognas. *~
Bass A Co.'s Pate Ate.
Champagne Ale.
Jeffrey's Sparkling Edinburgh Ate.
Muir St Son's Sparkling Edinburgh Ate. >
Altken's Pale Ale.
Robt B.. Byass* Best Stout Porter.
Tennent's XX Porter. . . "
Shalk Brother's Bottled Lager Beer.
April ll_ 2
FnWLMOCERIBS.
WM. S. CORWIN & GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
FISK WISES, BRANDIES, EAS, ETC,
No. 259 KE??H3T.,
OPPOSITE HABEL.
. CARD.
MB. EVERT E. BEDFORD, THE MANAGER OF
THE -ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to the customers and. patrons for their lftwral
patronage and appreciation of the quality or goode pur- "
chased by teem during the past year. It has been, and
always will u enr aim, to PLEASis OUR CUSTOMERS, -
and as we otter for sale the first quality of all kinds cf
GROCERIES, WINKS, TEAS, ? etc., we flatter ourselves
that,- with our facilities, -can give general flmrldrtVHon ?
toalL -'A
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assist in ;
tho management would be pleased tq seelus-triands .'?tl"
No. 259, assuring them that all goods. purchased are
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
T-ELAJ3
THAT WE ffttT.T. AT^P. nrpoRTim^Ttr^TyrT'
CORWIN St CO., and pass through no otter nanda, en?
abling us not only, to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at the folio wing prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON...... :. .v../.??vT.. M 00 :
FINE YOUNG HYSON..:...vj.iil ?OtOrl 16 ?
FINEST GUNPOWDER.v.. ..-...... ...; ..,; 2 26
FINEST IMPERIAL..... .V...;?^jl>Jr.?.'.?r?-' 'A'
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST.. ......... ': \ '. 2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST.....I.,....,....-. T 60
CHOICEST OOLONG..>. ? ,f"-........ : 'j GO
I CHOICE OOLONG....-.. ? ..... v..V?.. :M 60"
We keep, also, a supply of cheaper grade*-a good
quality Of GREEN AND-BLACK TEA, MIXED, at ?1 50
per pound;'. . . . .- -. ?' .
Just received, ? nsw: supply of OLD JAVA OOFFEE,
46c.; PARCHED, 50c; GROUND, 62c; OLD RIO, 35c. 8
The PARCHED COFFEE we represent to be of the
FIRST QUALITY, parched by na with great care. Atrial
of these Coffees, Green. Parched and Ground, w?l con?
vince the consumer on that point -r',-: ':<?>"
- GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYRA ??i-:.t:};- :'- -:
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally, attended to by
one of the Managers. Goods delivered to all parts of the
dry FREE OF CHARGE. ? . v> "-. r, . -yi-. - -
A supply of GOSHEN DAXRY BUTTER will arrive on
Tuesday. " ; . ; 3mo'~\; 1 February*
SHIPIH?NDLERY, nc.
JOHN Tmmm,
NO: 48 BAST BAY,
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NOETH AND SOUTH t
WHARVES.
SHIP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer and Im?
porter in RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, 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/JtER
tELANDISE AND PRODUCE con?
signed ot trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made. : . .
Brown & Level's Patent life Sav?
ing Tackle and Boat Detaching Ap
Earatus, for steamers, always m
and, and for sale at New Turk
prices.
February 27
LEA & PERRINS'
CELEBRATED
WORCESTERSHIRE Si?CE.
PRONOUNCED < - EXTRACT
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Kt MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
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TO BE TUE ONLV ^^K^k Brother at
?AwORCESTEB, May,
Good Sauce !3SE318?1:
*^W*3 "Tell LEA 4 PEE
AKD APPLICABLE l^igE^RLNS that their SAUCE
urfSfHls highly esteemed in In
10 '^^^ijdia, and is, in my opinion,
^nw^lthe most palatable, aa
EVERY VARIETY ^Oglwell aa the most whole
BHfe?^some SAUCE that la
OF DISH. ^tVnS^m&de."
The success of this most delicious and unrivalled con?
diment having caused many unprincipled dealers to
apply the name to Spurious Compounds, the PUBLIC IS
respectfully and earnestly requested to see that the name
of LEA A- PERHDXS are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
Manufactured by
LEA dc PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN' DUNCAN'S SONS,
NEW YORK. ^GEisrre.
October 19 fmwlyr
NOW Cf DI !
November 27
PUBLIC NOTICE.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, \
Januarys, 1867.1
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
for delivery from this Office. S. THOMAS,.
City Treasurer.
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled. That from (and after the first day
of January, licenses shall be taken out for all carts, drays
and wagons, 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, let or
driven Ifor hire, except giving bonds, And each such _?
cart dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the shaft
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other .carriages, un?
less ho or sho be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The following shall hereafter be the rates for
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, kc,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which shall
be free from other taxation:
PUBLIC CASTS, DBAY8, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED Cf AKT
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB BIBS DIRECT OB DfDIEECT.
For every cart dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
mule, 120.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
mule*, 530.
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except Une omnibus),
with two horses, $50.
For every stage or omnibus (except Une omnibus],
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mutes,
$60.
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horses
or mules, $60.
BREAD CAE TS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed to the trans?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license the som of
55, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Ratified to City Council, this 16th day of January,
[L. a.] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. O. PAILLARD. Mayor. ^
By the Mayor. L
January 3 W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council, 73

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