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CHARLESTON DAILY IWS,
G. R. CATHCART, EDITOR
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE STREET.
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Cotton closed lower in New York, at 27a27?c. for
Gold quoted at 1363. y
The Liverpool market continued heavy; Middling
In the new Senate of Connecticut there ia but
one lawyer. So of the Rhode Island Senate elect.
The 'Vinification" of Italy has given VICTOR
EMANUEL posse?t?on of no less than fifty palaces
and royal villas.
A Montana paper says "the mortality of Helena
is extraordinarily good. C . dy seventeen men were
killed daring the past two weeks."
A New York Company is about to erect a glass
' factory on Rock River Canal, Rockbridge County,
Va. The sand is worth eleven dollars a barrel,
yielding ninety-six per cent, of sillica.
The largest paper mill in the world is about to
go into operation at Greenville, Conn. It will turn
ont 35,000 pounds of printing paper per day, and
is expected to produce a decline in price.
Mr. WM. H. BABCOCK has ceased his connection
with the Chester Standard, and Major S. P. HAM
XLTON will hereafter conduct the editorial depart?
It is reported that Queen YICTO?UA has deter?
mined to exerciso her prerogative ol' clemency in
future, and that no capital execution shall ever
again occur in England.
?ATexas exchange asks: "What are the most
lasting obligations? and answers : 'Obligations to
pay,' which the last Texas Legislature handed
down to posterity unimpaired."
Judge. BALLARD, of the United States Supreme
Court iir Kentucky, yesterday deposod from ofiico
A. H. HTJBBABD, United States Commissioner at
Lexington, for transcending his authority.
During the month of February and March the
Freedmen's Bureau restored to owners in Tennes?
see eleven plantations, containing 2400 acres;
thirty-five plantations, acres not given ; twenty
four houses and lots ; one grist mill ; one stable.
The Newborn (N. C.) Commercial says that a
whale, some forty feet long, was captured on Satur?
day last off Beaufort harbor, and ?towed into port.
It is said that] forty barrels of oil will be got from
The Treasurer of Coshocton County, Ohio, was
some time ago found by the Sheriff in the office
gagged and bound, and $22,000 of the county mo?
ney gone. It now tams out that the Treasure
and the Sheriff were the "gang" of thieves.
< ? watch has been manufactured in Paris which
ia wound up by simply opening the case to note
the time. It only requires to be opened once a
month to keep it always going, and it is perhaps
the nearest approach, io perpetual motion yet in?
The Western and Atlantic (Ga.) Railroad paid
?60,p00 into the State Treasury for the months of
January and February last each. March did not
pay expenses, owing to the blockade. The road
under good management, is worth, about half a
million a year to the State.
The New York Times says: "The difference in
the death-rate between this city and Brooklyn
during the past week, speaks volumes against tho
evils of overcrowding in. our tellement houses. Ia
Brooklyn tile proportion was 17.74 per 1000 inhabi^
tante, and in New York it was 27.92." _
At a full meeting of the New Orleans Associated
Presa, held in that city on the Sd instant, it was
determined to discontinue . the Monday morning
edition of the. following - journals of that city:
the Picayune j the Crescent, the Bee and the
A dispatch from NeW London Conn., April 9,
says; "A prize fight for $1000 came off to-day on
Fisher's Island, between GEORGE ROOKE, of Provi?
dence, and CHABLIS COLLINS, of New York. After
fighting sixte'en rounds, in an hour and fifteen
minutes, COLLINS-was declared the winner, in con?
sequence af a foul "blow."
The American Board of Foreign Missions during
the year ending Fe?brmirv 3?th, received in dona?
tions from the people of the United States $175,
608 15. This is $4,070 50 more than the receipts
of tho previous yeux, but is reported to be mnch
less than the increased expenses of the Board of
Missions demand. .
A company in boring for oil on the Leesburg
pike, eighteen miles from Alexandria, Ya., at a
depth of ninety feet discovered silver, and at 109
feet oil in greater aDun dance than in any Pennsyl?
vania wella at that depth. They have also come
upon a gola vein, and they propose to bore to a
depth of 400 feet for od.
A paper published in Manilla states that when
the hull of the Spanish iron-clad Numantia was
cleaned atOtahite, the workmen found a large
piece of electric wire around the screw, which had
been attached to one of the torpedoes in the har?
bor of Callao. Had the wire performed the duty
for which it was intended, there would probably
be no Numanciain existence now.'
A merchant of .Boston, when in Lyons, France,
was so much phased with the fountain which
stands in front of tho Hotel'do'Ville, that he was
induced to order its counterpart for Boston Com?
mon. It is in bronze, twenty-five feet high, and
exceedingly beautiful. The oollOBsal figures at the
' ; base are splendid specimens of art. It is now on
At a meeting cf the Palestine Exploration So?
ciety? held in Oxford, England, Sir HENEY RAW
LTNQS05 gave it as his opinion that tho excavations
going on and contemplated at Jerusalem would
give a knowledge of Jewish history, from the time
of SOLOMON do wu to the destruction of the city,
more full and perfect than we have of any period
of Grecian or Roman history.
In the last number of the Nation tho editors an?
nounce that.the;/ will not he. tu ter specially advo?
cate the claims'of the colored race, the rights of
the black man having been secured by law. This
is the first crumb of real comfort we have had in
some time. A prospect of the cessation of Radical
agitation will have an effect noarly as b?n?ficiai on
tho credit of thc country as the early resumption
of specie payments.
We learn from the Richmond Dispatch that a
convention of gentlemen representing the rail?
roads between Kingsville and New York, was held
in that city last week. They adopted a new
schedule from New York to Kingsville, and a new
tarin" of through passenger rates. These are not
published, as they do not go into operation until
next month, and may possibly be modified by a
meeting to be held in New York before that time.
The passengers on tho Great Eastern, just ar?
rived at New York, have had a gay time, Mr. Du
CHATLLU delivering two lectures on tho voyage,
-while Captain ANDERSON gave a lecture on the At?
lantic cable, and tho night of the great storm the
ship's crew gave a negro minstrel entertainment.
Two daily papers were published by the passengers
during the trip, one of which was called tho Ocean
Times, while the other was tho Great Eastern
Maily Telegraph, A grand billiard match was in?
dulged in between some parties of ladies and gen?
tlemen, in which the ladies came off victorious.
Besides these, games of cricket, foot-ball, hurdle
races, &c., we::e indulged in.
Tho first Sunday School in Richmond was
originated in 1816, by Miss POLLY BOLLES, and
taught by her in tho Bamo room in which she
taught her day school, on Franklin street, between
Nineteenth and Twentieth. She subsequently
taught in tho basement of a honso occupied by
Mr. JOHN ENDERS ; from thence it waa removed to
a commodious warehouse, and afterwards merged
into the regular Church School at tho "cid Meet?
ing House," corner of Nineteenth and Franklin
Tho Washington Star says: "Too sudden and
\yholenome a conversion of tho lately defeated
Southern malcontents to Republicanism would be
suspicious, and not nearly as hopeful for the po?
litical future of tho South, as the indications that'
their chango of attitude in reference to negro suf?
frage and other questions involved in the scheme
of reconstruction under the military bills, is being
gradually and painfully accomplished, and meets
?with considerable opposition from some in whom
the old rebel spirit is still unconquered. The press
and people are taking sides for and against recon?
struction, and ever}- day tho dividing line is being
more sharply defhiod. In Richmond tho Tintes
. may be taken as the exponent of the impractica?
ble" hard-headed school of old fogy politicians,
jrhile the Whig represents their opponents."
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publishes the Official List of Let?
ters remaining in the Postoffice at thc end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as thc
newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTION 5. And bo it further enacted, That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Postofflce in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shall be printed,
Bhall hereafter be published once only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest ckculation within range of delivery of tho said
SS" Ad communications irUended for publication in
Uiis journal must be addressed lo the Editor of the
Dany News, No. 18 Wayne-street-, Cliarieston, S. C.
Btistness Communicalions to Publisher of 'Baily
We cannot undertake lo return refected communica?
Advertisements outside of Qie city must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1867.
It is perhaps unnecessary to discuss further
the motion before the Supreme Court as the
argument was to have been made yesterday,
and the action of that tribunal will soon be
known. But it is important not to misunder?
stand the position taken in behalf of the mo?
The States of Mississippi and Georgia move
for leave to file a petition for an Injunction
against the President, the Secretary of War
and the military commander, preventing them
'rom putting into execution the provisions of
the Reconstruction Act, upon the ground that
the Act is unconstitutional-the unconstitution?
ality of the law consisting in this : Ti at these
States are now and have always been States of
the Union, not responsible in that capacity for
the unlawful acts of their individual citizens,
and that the provisions of the Act contravene
the rights of such States under the Constitu?
tion, and are beyond the powers vested in Con?
gress by the same instrument.
Now if in 1860, New Yerk or Ohio had made
before the Supreme Court precisely the same
motion, that the Slate of South Carolina was a
State of the IV on and had no right to secede
therefrom; that the President was about to
prevent this action by force of arms, and Con?
gress had by law raised an army for that pur?
pose^ .and then calling upon the Supreme Court
to enjoin the President and the Commander-in
Chief from proceeding, and thus submitting
thc whole question of the State action to the
decision of the Court, would South Carolina
have paid the slightest attention to the mo?
Would she not have maintained
1. That the question was a political one, and
extends beyond the judicial functions of the
2. That whether the State had a right to
secede or not, was a question to be decided by
the sovereign State alone.
And if that was true in 1SG0, what makes it
less true in 1867 ?
If the Supreme Court could not decide upon
our right to secede, how came the same Court
to decide upon the consequences of our seces?
sion ? Or, is it meant gravely to argue that,
as we had the right to secede from the Union
of our own will, without the consent of the
Union, so we have the right to go back of our
own will, without the consent of the Union ?
If we had not the right to secede, then our
act was revolution, aside and beyond the law,
and the result was submitted to the decision of
arms and not to the decisions of courts.
If we had the right to secede, then our sepa?
ration was both de facto and ac jure, and how
in the name of reason can we get back except
by one of two ways-negotiation or force ? If |
by negotiation, where are the articles of the
Treaty of Peace ? If by force, in what char?
acter can we present ourselves before the courts
of the country thaffconquorod IIB ?
In view of such embarrassing questions, is
not the conclusion of Judge CAMPBELL, pub?
lished in yesterday's NEWS, the wise one, when"
he says, "I regard it as an inexorable fact
that there is no constitutional opposition that
can be made to the Military Bills that will have
any other operation than to increase the exist?
THE SPECK OF WAR.
The rumors of a growing difficulty between
France and Prussia, first announced a few days
ago, are confirmed by the Cable dispatches in
this morning's NEWS. Luxembourg, the im?
mediate cause of thc present quarrel, is a
"grand duchy," containing about 200,000 in?
habitants, bounded east and northeast by
Rhenish Prussia, south by France, and west
by Belgium. It is a province of Holland, but
has for years been one of the German States;
the King of Holland thus holding the same re?
lation to the German Diet as the King of Den?
mark did, by virtue of the Schleswig Holstein
Now that the Diet is dissolved, and all the
smaller German States are virtually mere vas?
sals to Prussia, the King of Holland very pos?
sibly would prefer to withdraw from the new
North German Confederation, and either hold
Luxembourg himself independently, as he does
any other of his provinces, or else ?ede it to
France "for a consideration," as the province
is of little real value to Holland, being entire?
ly detached from that country. But the city
of Luxembourg, the capital of this Grand
Duchy, being a strong fortress, built for the
special purpose of keeping the French out of |
Germany, the Government of the latter coun?
try will not consent to such transfer, and the
negotiations that v.-ero said to have been en?
tered into have come to a sudden halt.
France, however, is arising, it seem3; and
Prussia demands an explanation, very
much as she did a year ago of Austria. Troops
are sent to Mentz and to Rasladt, both German
fortresses, on the French frontier. Luxembourg
has been reinforced, and other energetic pre?
parations made all along the border, from
Switzerland to the northern terminus of the
THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
We have been favored with the loan of a
copy of the By-Laws of the University, and
may be pardoned for suggesting to the Trus?
tees and Faculty, that if they wish to give any
publicity to their institution, they would prob?
ably attain this object more readily by sending
copies of their catalogues, etc., to the several
newspapers of the State. We do not know
whether or not the University stoops to the
vulgar precticc of advertising. Wc fear not ;
and as a consequence we find very few who
know anything either of its organization or
operations. With a view of enlightening our
readers, we copy from this borrowed pamphlet,
sundry facts of interest.
In the first place, thc University of South
Carolina is not a new Institution, but only thc
old South Curolina College, "reconstructed."
The Board of Trustees consists of the Governor
and Lieutenant Governor of the State, the
President of the Senate, the Speaker of the
House of Representatives, thc Judges of Hie
Court of Appeals, the Circuit Judges of thc
Court, of Law, and thc Chancellors; as mem?
bers rx officio, together with twenty other per?
sons, elected by joint ballot, of thc Senate and
House of Representatives, to hold tlie office for
tour years, and until others shall have been
elected. A most unwieldy body, and from its
very nature, ill adapted to have thc care of the
public education of the State. A "minister of
public instruction," and a " Board of three
Curators," elected with special reference to
their fitness for t he post. Avould seem to us to bc
better adapted for a proper discharge of such a
delicate and responsible duty.
The Act establishing the University, passed
December 19, 1865, provides ibr the following
schools: 1. A School of Ancient Languages
and Literature ; 2. A School of Modern Lan?
guages and Literature ; iL A School ot His?
tory, Political Philosophy and Economy; 4.
A School of Rhetoric, Criticism, Elocution and
English Language and Literature; 5. A School
of Mental and Moral Philosophy, Sacred
Literature and Evidences of Christianity ; 6.
A School of Mathematics, Civil and Military
Engineering.and Construction ; 7. A School of
Natural and Mechanical Philosophy and As?
tronomy; 8. A School of Chemistry, Phar?
macy, Mineralogy and Geology.
In thc Supplemental Act, passed December
20, ISfiG, additional provision is made for a
"School" of Law with one Professor, and a
School of Medicine with two Professors. Chan?
cellor INGLIS was elected hy the Board to the
Professorship of Law, but has declined the
position. Drs. J. J. Cnisour and J. T. DAUBY
were elected to fill the two Professorships of
the School of Medicine. Dr. CHISOI.M also de?
clined. These vacancies, we believe, have not
as yet been filled. j
We have seen no catalogue of this Universi?
ty, but have been privately informed that the
attendance last year (in all the schools) was
about one hundred. ? ..
The University system is still an experiment
in this country, and it may take some years
before it will supersede thc old style "Colleges;"
and there are many who think the latter bet?
ter suited to the genius of this country, or
more correctly, to thc standard of education
prevalent here, than the European University
That this our State educational institution
may be wisely and creditably conducted, thal
the best man who can be found may be always
chosen to fill any chair thai may become va?
cant,-that the Universitj' may become success
ful and prosperous, and lake rank with the
first institutions in the land, is our earnest
wish and heartfelt hope.
HORSE: WANTED -WANTED FOR HIS
keep a good SADDLE HORSE. One that will work
in harness preter? ed. Apply to Lieutenant KINGMAN,
Upper Wards Ouard House. 1 April 13
?r/\ TO 100,000 PINE OR CYPRESS
0 U STAVES WANTED. For particulars apply at No.
1 M AR REI STREET._stuth_April 13
WISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
that can cut and make men and boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's dresses, can keep house, and make
herself generally useful in the house, kitchen and
garden: Low terms. Good reterences given if required.
Any ono writing please state terms. Address
"C. W." BOX 31,
April 7_Vance's Ferry, S, C.
EMPLOYMENT WANTED, IN ANY BUSI?
NESS, by a young mon who bas bad several years'
experience as Accountant and General Clerk. Best
reterences given. Address CONFIDENCE, ot thlB office.
dhfijlr T.iE GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
MDi?t). LNG MACHINE, S25.-Wauted-Agents, $150
per month and all expenses paid, to nell the Genuine
Bartlett Sewing Machine. This Machine will do all the
work that can be done on any high-priced machine, and
ia fully patented, licensed and warranted for tire years.
We pay the above wages, or a commission, from winch
twice that amount can be made. For Circulars and
terms address H. HALL k CO.. No. 721 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 36 April 10
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A FEW BOARD.
EBS can be accommodated at No. 92 KING STBEET,
east side, near Broad. A few Day Boarders can bo ac?
commodated. January 31
TO RENT, TWO OR THREE LARGE
BOOMS in a private family, with Piazza, Pantry .
and Kitchen, In a pleasant location. Terms reasonable
to a suitable tenant. Apply No. 45 CAN.s ON, near
SMITH STREET._April 13
TO RENT FOR SIX MONTHS FROM THE
FDtST OF MAY, that pleasantly situated HOUSE,
No. 13 Legare street, containing six large rooms, a
pantry and. dressing room, with standing furniture.
Gas and water works in good order. Two cisterns, sta?
ble, carriage house, and large servants' accommodations.
A good gard errand several excellont fruit trees.
Apply to MOTTE A. PRINGLE,
April 13 jsmvr?i South Atlantic Wharf.
TO RENT, FOR THE SEASON. A DESIRA?
BLE STAND, for Segars and Soda. Bent moderate.
ApplyjatNo. 339 KING STREET. mws3 April 8
RRENT, A HOUSE AND LOT IN ISLING
TON COURT, Cannonsboro'. This House has four
square rooms, ? t easing rooms ?od pantry, also a cistern
ol' 2600 gaUons; also a kitchen with four roouw and fire?
place e. Lot large and residence pleasant, with a good
neighborhood. Apply at No. 3a WASHINGTON STREET,
one door above Calhoun. ths2 April ll
TO RENT, THE COMMODIOUS THREE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE. No. 58 Trodd street;
has 12 square rooms, dining rooms, pantry, pump, cis?
tern, cook and wash kitchens, carriage house and
stables, together with ample servants' accommodations;
gas fixtures throughout. For terms, kc, apply to J. C.
MARSHALL, No. CO Trodd street. sm March 8
AFURNISHED BED-ROOM AND PARLOR
TO BENT.-Apply to 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, can be hired, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply on premises, No. 59 CHURCH
STREET, west side, near Trodd. April ll
TO RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley Btreet For
particulars, address B. F., Daily Nows Office
-VTUNAN'S FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
J.1 STREET, TO BENT. Apply on thu premises.
TO RENT.-A PART OF A HOUSE NO. 50
Beaumin Street containing four Largo Booms,
Garret Boom, Servant and Kitchen, Gas and uno Cistern,
and double piazzas with blinds. To an approved tenant
the rent wlB be m>derato. For terms apply to
WM. H. DAWSON,
April 8 Beal Estate Agent 33 Broad Street
ASPLENDID RESIDENCE AND FARM,
situated within the corporate limits of the town of
Aiken, S. C.-The residence is large and commodious,
containing eleven rooms, all with fireplaces; piazzas aro
attached to Die first and second stories, with all the con?
veniences necessary to a complete residence. The
grounds are handsomely laid out with Evergreens, Roses,
kc, and the vegetable garden very ample. The outbuild?
ings, servants' houses, stables, kc, are all in complete
order. The Farm consists of about fifty acres of fine
Thia property, now the residence of Mrs. M. M.
Schwartz, is offered for s&le at a reasonable price, and on
accommodating terms, for the purpose of division among
the heirs of the late Geo. Parrott Tho entire furniture
al the house and premisos u ay be purchased with the
Address W. 8. WALKER,
W. G. MOOD,
March 20 ws Executors Estate Geo. Parrott.
RR a ALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHILA?
DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery.
Ibis Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
di graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgely, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Oostotrlcs, and Diseases of Women and Chil
Ircn. Prim-iples and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As thlB is one of the first Medical Universities of
mo country, a favorable opportunity is ottered thone
itudying medicine for a scholarship. Apply at thiB
Office. December 15
DB. O?II^ p '
HAS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE ANlf?FFWE, TO*
No. 48 Society street' betwe?rt King and Meeting?
April 6 g ' ' t stuthG
-1- 1 --r~*G*G^~-jt tm
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
FIE COPARTNERSHIP HITHERTO EXISTING BE?
TWEEN W. W. S HACKELFORD AND S. S. FRASER
nader the name of SHACKELFORD k FRASER, at
Jharleston, and FRASER k SHACKELFORD, at George
own, S. C., is This Day dissolved by mutual consent
W. W. SHACKELFORD will close the business of the
Charleston firm, and S. S. FRASER that of the George
W. W. SHACKELFORD
WILL CONTINUE THE FACTORAGE AND COM?
MISSION BUSINESS on hi* own account at
charleston, and S S. FRASER will do the same at
toorgetown, S. C.
Charleston, 1st April, 1867. mwf April 1
HERETOFORE EXISTING BETWEEN JAMES
DOUGHEN k JAMES WALSH, nuder the name
nd style of JAMES DOUGHEN, is This Day dissolved by
April 11th, 18G7. JAMES WALSH.
April 12 2*
IT7E HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
VV IN PARTNERSHIP, for thc transaction of a GEN?
ERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, un?
ter tho name of JOHN k THEO. GETTY, at No. 48,'/.
?AST BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves.
Particular attention given to Purclmso and Solo of Cot?
on, Bice, Provisions, Naval Stoics, kc. kv.
Consignments solicited. JOHN GETTY,
Charleston, March 28,18(i7.
lirfrreitctis-E. A. SOUDKR k Co., J. T. AnnuitoKK & Co.,
'hiladclplda; Basrr, SON is Co., SruiuiKSS Si (kt., .New
fork._ March ju
rHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
COPARTNERSHIP nuder tho natue ol JOHN F.
.'AYLOR & CO., for the purpose of conducting thu MA?
CHINE AND FOUNDRY BUSINESS in all its branches,
t the old stund, PH??NIX IRON WO?KS, north side of
?ritchard street JOHN F. TAYLOR.
Charleston, 12th March, 1807.
March 15 Imo
[S AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
Merchants and business mon try it for a lew months.
.No risk no gain." Send on your cards and increase
our trade this fall. There's notldug to equal Printer's
uk-it hos m ado many a fortune.
TermB for the paper-S3 per anuum, in advance.
Advertisements inserted nt the rate of SI per square ol
Welve hues or less for each insertion.
Card? of ten hues or less, at tho rate of $10 for three
Contracts by tho year or for six months, allowing priv
lege of changing, on more favorable fenns. Addross
EDWARD A. BRONSON.
November 1./ HnuUsbei ..navtepnetor)
YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE ENGINE
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF THE COM?
PANY, This Evening, at Market Hall, at 8 o'clock
A general attendance of tho members is desired, as
business of importance will bo submitted.
By order of the President W. W. HART,
April 13 i , Secretary Y. A. S. F. E. Co.
BALL! BALL! BALL!
AGRAND BALL FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY will be
given at tho Hibernian Hall, on Monday Evening, April
1 tho 22d.
JOHN M. TOUHEY, Chairman. .
JAMES COSGROVE, I WM. BAKER,
GARRETT BYRtf- A. FARRELLY,
CHARLES MULVEANY, P. HARVEY.
TICKETS can be procured from any of the above
I Commitee. Price $2. smwfsmC April 13
Gin ^idni?, jum Sefton ber grau SBttttoe ?am?av, frivb
am ??tontng ben l?ten Styri? auf bern @et)?vcnpI(Ujc flatt'
i finben. 2>ic SDZitgliebcr, fo wie ba? flange bcutfebe $ufc(i*
kill m finb hiermit auf ba? greunb?idjflc gcOctcn fia) boran auf
Tbati 3at>?rcid>fte 311 bct6eil?ncn.
25ie @. ti. CHfcnfttyii wirb bte ?cfctffdjaft ton Knit*
Strafte 'Diorflen?t y ffbr uub 3Btttaa.? 1-.V Uhr yinau? befbr*
brat, fo rpie Slbcnb* 7 libe toicber yximbringen.
April 10 i
LOST, YESTERDAY IN A RUT LE DE
street car or In the stovet ? LEATHER POCKET
BOOK containing twenty dollars ($20) and some amall
change. The finder will bc reworded by leaving the
sam : at this office. 2* April 12
SADDLES. HARNESS. ETC.
JOHN OGREN'S SADDLERY ESTABLISH?
HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE LOWER FLOOR
to the second floor, corner Meeting and Hosol
streets, entrance on Hasel street, next door to the Post
office. I have on hand a fine assortment of SADDLES
AND HARNESS of every description. These articles are
of my own manufacture, and can be wananted satisfac?
tory to those who are desirous of purchasing anything In
that line. I also have a lot of MCCLELLAN SADDLES,
newly fitted up, which I will dispose of tor a low figure.
REPAIRING os usual will be promptly attended to in
future, os it bas been in the past 3 April 13
F. F. CHAPEAU, ~
(J. & T. S. HEFFRON, SUPERINTENDENTS,)
FIRE CAPS, BELTS, ETC.,
AND IMPORTER OF
AT McKENSlE'S OLD STAND,
Corner Church and Chalmers streets.
January 26 stuth3moa
BANK BILLS! BANK BILLS!
BANK BILLS OF ALL KINDS
GOLD AND SILVER
COUPONS, STOCKS, Ac.
Bought ot highest price, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
February 13 wlthstu2mos No. 8 Brood street
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BILIS
CITY OF CHARLESTON BOLLS
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD STOCK
BANK BILLS, Ac.
Bought at highest rates, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
April ll 3 No. 8 Broad street
?ADAME F. LUDECUS,
?WILLUM MD ?GOODS,
NO. 252 KING-S?, Up-Stairs.
rLKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF INFORMING THE
LADIES of Charleston, and vicinity, that she bas
recently opened a large assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would be glad If La?
dies would call and examine thom. *
Mrs. Ludecus promises to seQ at the cheapest possible
rates, being satisfied with small profits.
STAMPING AND FANCY WORK
Dono at the (hortest notice.
She hos tho agoncy also of M?dame Demorest for the
eolo of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the old of which
overy Lady can be her own Fashionable Dressmaker.
MISS ROSA MURTLAND'S
No. 295 King Street,
(OVER MESSRS. SHEPHERD A COHEN'S.)
MISS MURTLAND HAS JUST RECEIVED, PER
"Manhattan, " a beautiful assortment of SPRING
AND SUMMER MILLINERY, and solicits a call.
Latest Styles always on hand.
April 6 tuthslmo
MADEMOISELLE ESTELLE HAAS
No. ?U KING STRET,
EESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE LADIES THAT
abe has just received direct from Paris, nud will
OPEN THIS DAY. THURSDAY, March 11th, a handsome
SPRING BONNETS, &c,
Which she will dispose of at reasonable prices. AU aro
invited to calL 3 April ll
THEO. F. CHUTED*,
OFFICE, ... No. 275 KING STREET,
NEABL? OPPOSITE HASEL.
nrTHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH LN
JL SERTED at moderate prices,
jf?- TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
-Or bjPDR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
March 5 4 ruths Cpo
ELDER & BMWNW
EE8 of the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND B.vBY TENDER, Pro?
pelling Horses, and all kinds of Rock
lng Horses, Invalid Chairs, wJth donblit
, and singlo wheels, from $25 "to $16;
Children's Carriages. Fancy nnd Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sulkies, Involid Carrioge., .mode to order. Fancy
Propellers nud Baby Rochers, Ac, Ac, life-size Horses,
made to ordor.
Depot, No. 638 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 440,
160, 461 and 462 WEST STREET, New York.
October 26 thstnlyr
HAVING ACCEPTED THE AGENCY OF THE ABOVE
ohl and well-known manufacturers, I am prepared
k> lill all orders to the trodo. and will always havo a full
?lock on hand, which will daily bo delivered to any part
of the eily. J. N. ROBSON,
January 31 th;tu3mos_No. 02 East Boy.
DARGAN & DARGAN,
mm AT LAW.
WILL PRACTICE IN THE COURTS OF THE
ATf" Prompt attention given to collection of claims.
REFERENCES.-Messrs. Pressly, Lord k Inglcsby, James
Tupper, Esq., Charlcatou, S. C.
J. F. DARGAN, T. G. DARGAN,
Florence, S. C. Darlington, S. C.
March 13 Imo
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF 'THE CITY ASSESSOR, I
CITY HALL, April 1,1807. J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
that the Monthly Ret ms for thc mouth of March
[>:iKt, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on
Hie 2Hth day of December, I860, must bo made on or be?
t?re tlie 16th iiiKiaut. D. C. GIBSON,
April 1 13 City Assessor.
DRY GOODS, ETC
JUST RECEIVED, AND OPENING DAILY, A
splendid as?Sortment of SPRING AND SUMMER
And everything else In tho Staple and Taney
DRY GOODS LIKE.
The largest and most varied Stock in the city, all of
which will be Bold low for cash,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Call and Bee, and yon will find the cheapest, combined
with the most uolect Goods, offered lowor than ever sinco
No. 306 KING STREET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts.
' dO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
cn,T\, BURGE & BOWEN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OP MERCHANTS TO
theil' Stock, which is entirely new, carefully selected,
and will be sold at n small advance on first cost, for cash
or short timo approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL. ,
W. T. BURGE.
O. A. BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION of tho former patron? of Messrs. W. T. BURGE k
CO. to onr stock, which ts LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during the recent depression lu
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
Mandi 1 2mo W. T. BURGE
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
BOOKS, PAPJR, ENVELOPES, BLANKS, BL ANK
Books, Pictures, Engravings and Instruments, at
The subscriber having determined to retire from busi?
ness, presents to tho public the opportunity of purchas?
ing BOOKS, STATIONARY and Paney Goods, at half
pnce. Bibles, Prayers, Testaments, in variety and ab?,
Hymn Books of a? denorninatiens, Novels, Travels, Bi?
ographies, History, Theology, Scientific, Agricultural,
Gardening, Cooking and Sportiug Works, Note Paper SI
to $2 50 nam. Lotter and Cap Paper, at $2 CO to $3 ream.
Envelopes ac $2 and $2 60 por thousand. Come and
avail yourselves of the present opportunity.
SAML. HART. SB.
Api-U 8 _No. 332 King street.
n li) M
HUNNS ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
FOR THE CURE OP CONSUMPTION, PAINS TN THE
CHEST AND SLUES, DIFFICULTY LN BREATH
LNG, BRONCHITIS, CATARRH, ASTHMA, COUGHS,
HEMORRHAGE, and all affections of the Lungs.
This great revivifyer is offered to tho public, that all '
who will avail themselves of its remedial power may be
1 lr-only requires a fair trial to confirm its Invaluable
agency m diffusing through each channel of the human
organization a restored vitality. Ifcsvigorotes sud em- 1
butta the Lungs with healthful elasftoRy ; restores warmth,
which ! s their essential clement; rouses the sluggish ves- '
sols into activity; heals the affected lobes; purifies and
enrich ea tho blood; regulates the circulation; induces 1
free and easy respiration, and expels, through ita admin?
istration, each and every concomitant disorder present in
the malady recognized ag. Consumption, and hitherto
deemed hopeless and incurable.
Th if compound ls poriectly safe, possessing neither
narcotic nor emetic properties, which unfortunately are
alway? employed as essentials in every preparation for '
Cough or Lung affection-a mistake which too often lu
its irritating and debilitating consequences, only con?
duces to much general derangement of tito system, de?
stroying appetite and creating an injurious nervous ox
citemont, augmenting Bullering with frequent fatal re- i
suits. - '
Under tho influence of this approved and tavalnable .
Specific tho most distressing Cough yields, difficulty in *
breathing and pains and soreness subside, hemorrhage
is arrested, and health and strength re-established.
PRICE FOR SINGLE BOTTLE *L25. _
Sold by the Proprietor, northwest corner 80CTETY
AND MEETING STREETS, and tho principal Druggists.
April 2_ly_ ,
M. M. QUINN, " J
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
No. 527 KING STREET (
(Opposite Ann street), j
C lia i*l es ton, C. S. i
Tiio LATEST ISSUES of tho Press always on hand. (
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express. E
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to. ,
_February 28_ly 1
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY- <
MADE CLOTHING, suitable for Gentlemen, La?
dies and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our ^
Stock before the season advances too far, wo would espe?
cially draw the attention of tho public towards tho reduc?
tion which will bo made lu our prices for Ute next two
or three weeks from date. .
Apply at the DEPOSITORY, *
January 2!) No. 17 Chalmers street
W1ELIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION' MERCHANTS, j
SHIPPING AGENTS. '
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NA VAL STORES. j
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March 1.1867. J
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within the city limit*, who
have not oxecuted their bonds and taken ont the proper
carda to ahow that they have license to sell, will bc re
norted as not complying with thc law, alter Monday, 5th J
Those who have carda are hereby notified to have the
same placed in a conspicuous place ia the window. All
failing to observe thia no tl co will also be reported, alter -
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH,
March 2 Clerk of Council.
F. M. BURDELL,
WILL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PURCHASE
and sale of MERCHANDISE OF ALL KINDS.
Office at the comer of BROAD AND EAST BAY
STREETS, in basement of State Hank, where samplea
may be scon.
REFEEENCES-Mr. C. M. Funnan, Mr. Theodore D.
Wagucr, Mesare. John Fraser k Co., Messrs. Mordecai k
Co., Mcasrs. W. C. Dukes & Co., Messrs. Gourdin,
Matthicssen k Co., charleston. S. C.
October 21 wini G m o
TO BK TUE ONLY
of a lotter Irom c
at Madras, to his
"Tell LEA A PER?
RINS that their SAUCE
is highly esteemed in In
jdia, and is, in my opiuion,
" tho most palatable, as
well as thc moat whole?
some SAUCE that is
The success of tills most delicious and unrivalled con.
dlment havlug caused many unprincipled dealera to
apply tho name to Spurious Compounds, thc Pennie ls
respectfully and earnestly requested to sec that the name
of LEA k PEBBHIB are upon thc WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA Si PERRINS, Worcester.
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
BREWSTER & SPRATT,
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors in Equity
OFFICE No. UN BROAD STREET.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
HHDS. CUBA CLAYED MOLASSES
J\J 20 puncheons Porto Rico Molasses
-Cholo Muscovado Molasses io hogsheads, horrels and
For sale by RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf..*
April 13 1
HAY! ELAYT" ~
'AA BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, LAND
) \J \J ING on Union Wharf, and for salo low while
Kiding by JOHN CAMPSEN A CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite State street.
April ll 3
TWO. BUSHEL BAGS ; FOUR THOUSAND
three bushel Bags.
Twine for sale, at lowest market pr'c?, State, corner
lumborland street, by
April G Btuth4 p. W. CLAUSSEN.
KliPAUL Lilil? & CO.,
Choice Family Groceries,
No. 66 MARKET-ST.,
?"oun Doona EAST or MEETTNO,_Charleston, S. C,
GOODS PURCHASED OF US DELIVERED TO
INY PORTION of tho City Free of Charge.
February 19 tntbs2moB
Ti inn IB
Established in 1830 !
No. 219 KING STREET,
One door s oui h of Market-st,
HAVE OPENED A LARGE AND WELL (ASSORTED
FI!, MEDIUM & LOW PRICED
Manufactured expressly- for tills Harket,
rO WHICH THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC IS
Invited. The style, workmanship and fit of the Garments
ure second to none hi the city.
A large Bupply of
English Melton Cloth !
)F DIRECT IMPORTATION, AND MADE UP IN THIS
CITY, price $20 per suit
The best supply of
BOYS' MD YOUTHS' CLOTHING
CO BE FOUND. A FULL ASSORTMENT ALWAYS
KEPT ON HAND.
THE TAILORING DEPARTKLNT
iVELL SUPPLIED WITH AN ELEGANT LOT OF
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
?raiCH WILL BE MADE UP IN THE BEST MANNER,
mder the care of a first-class French Cutter, who can
ileaao tho meet fastidious.
COTTON AND MERINO GA?SE UNDERSHIRTS
Tho noted STAR BRAND LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS
COLLARS, of all styles
?CARPS, NECKTIES .
TRENCH KID GLOVES, &c, of the newest pat?
terns. ' .
AU that is asked is an inspection
)f the Stock, whick will be shown
ivith pleasure. ,
Prices fixed and marked on ' each
8. W. McTureous, Sup't.
IANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
4 MERIGAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 65, 57, 59
tL and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN
December 10 6mo A. T. HAMILTON.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
OTIS, CASSIMBUES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS.
STo. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 Cmos CHARLESTON. S. C.
A. S. HULL, Ag%
aAS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BROAD STREET,
BETWEEN MEETING AND CHUBCH-STS.,
.herc can be found a choice assortment of CLOTHS,
ASSIMERES nnd VESTINGS of every variety, for
eutlomcu's wear, which he is prepared to moke to
rdcr at tho lowest cash prices.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr A Co.),
ill give his attention to tho Tailoring Department and
) NAVY and ARMY UNIFORMS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS.
Januar}' 17 3raos
FBANC1S ll LEE,
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER,
?AVI.VG RETURNED TO THE CITY, MAY BE
found at his Office, LAW RANGE, Broad Btreet.
March 2 stul6
'S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H., AT
_ $3 per annum, and, having a largo circulation
trough all the upper and lower Districts of the State,
fords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-for which apply
t our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at the BHDs House. '
THOS. F. & it. H. URENEKER.
November 15 Editors and iropnejoia,
GROCERY ANS MISCEUAWEO?S
BUTTER ! ! !
100 FIRKINS--?OO FIRKINS.
CHEAP. CHEAP. CHEAP. CHEAP.
HE APER. CHEAPER. CHEAPER.
CHEAPEST. CHEAPEST.. CHEAPEST.. .
GOOD. GOOD. GOOD. GOOD.
GEO. W. CLARK. & CO.'S
April 13_? ,. fl
SOAP, CANDIES, BUTTER,
ONDRSSED MILK, RAISINS AND WHIS "
LOO BSOAP 0F SUPEBI0E QUALrrr FAMILY
100 boxes Patent Refined Candles
20 kegs Family and Table Butter
20 cases Borden's Condensed Milk
125 boxes Raisins
25 bbls. Bourbon Whiskey.
For sale at low prices, by
ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.,
April ll_thsm3_No. 201 East Bay.
fHOICE WHITE CORN.
^000 ^SN15 CH0ICE WSrrE FBOVISION
Landing this day and for sale by
J. A. EN8LOW k CO.,
April 12 3 No. Ml East Bay.
WM. S. CORWIN & GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS TN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
IE WINES, BRAMES; TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KING-ST.,
ll/TR. EVERT E. BEDFORD, THE MANAGER ?F
LU. THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
hanks to the customers and patrons ihr their -liberal
tatronage and appreciation of the quality of,,goods pur?
chased by tai-m during the. past year. It has been, and
?ways will u i ur aim, to PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS, '
aid aa we o ? c r for sale the first quality of all kinds of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc., we natter ourselves
hat, with our facilities, can give general satisfaction
o all - :
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assist in
ho management, would be pleased to see his friends at
>io. 259, assuring them that all goods purchased are
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED. ' ?
THAT WE SELL ABE IMPORTED DIRECT BTW. 8.
30EWTN k CO., and pass through no other hands, en
ibling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS FUSE AND
?*NADULTERATED, but to soil at the following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON...-v.-$2 0?
FINE YOUNG HYBON.....'....:."....'....'..; 150 to 1 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER.?2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST..;'.i... 1 50
CHOICEST OOLONG. 2 00
CHOICE OOLONG. 1 50
We keep, also, a supply of cheaper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIX FD, at il 50
Just received, a new supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE, '
15c; 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 triai
of these Coffees, Green, Parched and Ground, wiB con?
vince tho consumer on that point . '.-??^?u - V-1
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYBA..
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended tb by
ouo of the Managers.. Goods delivered to all park of the
city FBEE OF CHARGE. '," " 7
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER will arrive on
Tuesday. . Smo.;. . Fobruary*
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC.
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NOBTH AND) SOOTH . Z
SHIP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer a?d Im?
porter in RUSSIA 'BOLT ROPE,
nani)ia and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, Duck ana Twines.
Parcelling, Copper, Sheathing, Metal
md Zinc, Pamts, Oils, Tar, Tallow,
Spirits Turpentine, Anchors, Chains,
Blocks,, Boats, &c., &c
Personal and particular attention
riven to purchase and sale of MER?
CHANDISE AND PRODUCE con
iigned or trusted to my care, and
)rompt returns made.
Brown '&Lerel's Patent Life Say
ng Tackle and Boat Detaching Ap?
paratus, for steamers, always on.
land, and for sale at New Tort
M BEST TOM NOW IN USE !
PUBLIC NOTICE. . .
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY,. ' \
. ' ' Januarys, 1867.j
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licensee have been prepared
or delivery from this Offlee. \ 8. THOMAS, '
? City Treasurer. -
SEC. L Be il Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen itt.
Hiy Council assembled, That from land after the first day
if January, licenses shall be taken ont tor ali carts, drays
nd wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in,
he same manner, and according to the same provis!ona
low of force in relation to caris, drays and wagons, lstor
lr!ven [for hire, except giving bonds, And each such
art, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
dining tho number thereof, and marked Private, io be
ilaccd on tho outside of the shaft.. .<..
SEC. 2. No person snail be taken by the Treasurer aa
nrety to any bond under the Ordinance conceding li
enses for carts, drays, wagons and other carnage?, un
ess he or she bea freeholder. - .
SEO. 3. The following shall hereafter be'the rates for
ioensea for public and private carts, drays,'wagons, Ac.,
Deluding the horses or mules ] used thereof,1 which shaB
io free from other taxation: :???.y...'?.' '.>.'?
-?BLIC CASTS, DEAYH, ETC, OB TR OSE EMPLOYED XS AUX
BUSINESS WHATEVEE, FOE HERS DTBECTOB DTDIEEOT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, .drawn by one horse cr
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
?ules, $30. ,?i
For every hack and carriage with two wheels,' $30.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $10.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus),
rith two horses, $50. r .
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus), y(<
[rawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horses
r mules, $60.
BEEAD CASTS AND rnrvATE CASTS, DEATH, ITO. '
For every bread cart or wagon, $5. -
For every cart, dray or wagon, used tor private or do
aestic purposes, and not to be employed In the trans?
i? rting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
th ci commodity, for compensation, either directly or
?directly for the same, shall pay for a license the sum of
5, exclusive ol' the horse or mule.
. Ratified in City Council, this 16th day of January,
[L. B.J In the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six. .
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
By the May .
Januarys_W. H. SMITH. Clerk of Council.
USE THIS, LADIES, AND NO OTHER,
With your PASTRY have no bother;
At every grocers you can get it,
Try a box and ne'er regret it
This YEAST POWDER is used by all first-class Hotels
nd Restaurants through the country, and ia finding its
ay into every household where good Yeast Powder is
ppreciated. Samples free. Every box warranted to
ive satisfaction or money refunded. Manufactured by
AYLOR & YOUNG, No. 186 Front street, New York.
For sale by GBUBEB it MASTIN,
No. 236 King street
HENEY BISCHOFF k CO.,
No. 19; East Bay,
W. S. COBWTN k CO.,
No. 269 King street
DOWTE k MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 24 thstu6mo
PHE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED AS PART
L NERS, and propose to practice in the STATE
OURTS OF LAW AND EQUITY for the Districts of
aruwclL Beaufort and Colleton, under the name and
;yle of "DAVANT."
Office, for the present nt GTTiLTSONYILLE, South
arolina. ' B. J. DAVANT.
November 23_fm_J. C. DAVANT.
DEVOTED IO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS,
heraw, S. C. Published weekly, by W. L. T. PRINCE
TERMS OF SOBSCBtraON :
ne copy one year.$4 00
ne copy six months.2 00
ne copy three months.100
ive copies one year.15 00
BATES or ADVEBTISISG :
ne Square, ten lines or less, first insertion..$1 59
or each subsequent insertion.1 00
AU Advertisements to be distinctly marked, or they
ill be published until ordered out, and charged accord,
Merchants and others advertising by the year, tUlbe
d deduction on the above rates will be made,