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CHARLESTON Dip NEWS,
U. R. CATHCART, EnrroB
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE STREET.
CITY P lt INTERS.
DAH.T-T WELVE MONTHS.$10.00
DAILY-SES MONTHS. 5.00
1 AELT-THREE M ONTHS.. ?.30
i i NSLE COPIES.5 cent?
5 ) NEWS DEALERS .3 cent?
Gold closed in New York at: 134 g am.?.
The Cotton market in Now York was easier,
^fiddling Uplands 29. *
Cotton closed in Liverpool at an advanco of id.
Middling Uplands 12d.
Tho Hebrews in Now York are about to establish
jm Insurance Company with a very large capital.
A patriarch in Arkansas, 104 years old, can shoot
a rifle with unfailing accuracy.
The Sultan's eunuchs, cost h tm about 1,500,000
piasters a month.
The FABEB family have boon making lead pencils
since 1570. ?
a>?t.toM:u'?"r?"?>"> p.. J ?M*W??C
office were the first in Maine to set a thousand
jems each toward the fund to erect a monument to
The Durham choose factory at Montreal last year
turned out 101 tons, tho product of 900 cows, which
was sold at an average cf 12"t cents per pound The
factory is conducted on the co-operative plan.
It is estimated that the population of Iowa was
swelled at least sixty thousand by immigration
during 1866. This number will probably be ex?
ceeded during the present year.
Sheep, in Germany, before being sheared, aro
"Tubbed in vats of very warm water, with potash.
After cooling, water is sprinkled over them until
the wool is white, and they are then kept maclean
jmrl warm shelter until dry enough Tor shearing.
A gun weighing 98,915 pounds, with twenty inch,
"hore, 'arrived in Jersey City the other day by the
"New Jersey Railroad, from Pittsburg, where it
.was made. It is intended for one of tho fortifica-'
?tionsin'New York Harbor.
It is definitely settled that the maritime or com
jmercial G?rman flag shall consist of three stripes
?-black-white-red, this being a combination of tho
jold Hanseatic colors, red-white, with the Prussian
The Lawrence (Kansas) Journal says that im
jnigratiou is beginning to pour in. The cars, both
jon tho main line and Leavenworth branch, coming
"West are loaded with people looking for locations
The Avery Island (Louisiana) salt mine is said
?to bo the finest in the world The mine is inex?
haustible, . and the material pure as crystal, con?
taining ninety-nine per cent, of puro salt. It has
?a working company with a capital of $2,000,000.
MAHOITMED Barra PACHA, the Turkish Minister of
"Pbiictv died recently at the advanced age of one
hundred and nine year.-;. He started in the ser
Tice as a private janissary, and gradually worked
"his way up to a succession'of provincial governor?
ships, and finally to the post vacated by his death
Some time ago tuey started-a female seminary
fin Salt Lake city. It flourished well, but in the
"height of its prosperity the M?rmon principal
(eloped with and "married" the whole school 1 For
-the benefit of our fair readers, we would .state that
-this is a mere rumor, and later advices fron Utah
.have not confirmed it.
The Dismal Swamp Canal, in Virginia and North
?Carolina, is being dredged and deepened Its
?width is also to bo increased from forty feet to
sixty, and ita locks extended twenty-five feet.
"TVhen these improvements are completed, it will
accommodate ten times the present amount of br
ness. '. i.
Tlio DvUouo*U4r (ST- V.> fi? O?JTC . " TnrtR of
futter are passing down on the railroads.. Some
of it has been held for a long time, and, after be?
ing re-worked, is sent to market There being no
hope of farther advance or safety in longer keep?
ing, it must be sold to avoid losses." This, we sup?
?sose, is the " strong" batter frequently sold by our
.Cats are animals of which the supply generally
exceeds the demand It is not so, however, just
?t present at Luzerne, in Switzerland, where the
cats are quoted as "scarce," and are said to be
selling at a high price in consequence of a malady
that has greatly 'thinned their numbers. The
head of the animal, when attacked, swell rapidly,
%t refuses all nourishment, and soon dies.
A co temporary remarks '.'if the pubhc knew one
half of the trash that enters into the composition
cf what is commonly sold .as ground, coffee, they
would be struck with astonishment and disgust."
The remark holds good not as to coffee' alone; for
it is equally t applicable to moat of the .prepared
articles offered in such "perfection, alleged cheap?
ness and abundance.
The grasshopper invasion of Kansas and West?
ern Missouri, last fall, will be remembered The
?St. Joseph (Mo.) Ber aid now says the farmers in
that city are living in dread of a return, or rather
.a recurrence, of the invasion. They are dispirited
dare not tn de, incur any expense, or act upon the
idea that they are this fall to reap the reward of
their spring labors. This fear actually has a very
(depressing influence upon business.
In the Supreme Court, Circuit, Pa?t 2, New York,
in the case of WM. A. SAMBOBNE VB. SILAS C. Hea
?ETNG el at, a verdict was rendered for the defend?
ant. The action was brought by 4he plaintiff to re?
cover $24,800, which bad been stolen from a Bufe
-purchased by him from the defendant's agent at
-Chicago, under representations that it was burglar
proof; ' The safe was broken into by sledging the
spindle of the knob on the outside of the chest.
Secretary SEW ABD has issued a circular lotter to
.the Consular agents and Ministers of the United
States stationed at ports likely to be visited by
jGeneral SHERMAN'S expedition to the Holy Land
commending the General and his party to then
consideration, and intimating that any attention
paid to him by foreign States will be gratefully ap
. predated by the Government. The Secretary of
. the Navy has given orders to supply the Quaker
City-the vessel in which the party sails-with arr
tillery and flags to be used in saluting.'
A correspondent of the ,St Louis Republican,
-who has been on a visit to "some newly discovered
Jeadminoo i^irittiunui. ^W?ai? that lead has been
iound in large and paying quam*??, in variona
idealities,- and as a consequence the mineral ex?
citement is very high. The richness of the coun?
try in mineral wealth cannot fail to be developed
: 5n a short time. - The rough and rocky ridges along'
.the water courses appear to be full of lead, and it
(only requires capital and labor to find it in paying
? An interesting salvage case has been argued be?
fore the United States District Court of Brooklyn,
^Eastern District, in which the 48d Regiment (col?
ored infantry) claim two-thinds.of the Taine of the
" steamer Merrimac, for having kept her afloat by
constant bailing and - excessive ' labor while on
i ?>oard of her as passengers from New Orleans to
JiewYorkin 1865.' The vessel "sprung a leak, it
appears, when about two hundred, nod ten miles
from the mouth of the Mississippi, and required
all the exertions of the crow, Working hy reliefs,
amder the charge of their officers, to save her.
*The libellants claim that the case ia unusual and
aloes not come ander the law disallowing salvage
to passengers. The Court has reserved its de
aiiaion. " v ' :
The New York flira/cra special correspondence
from. Matamoros, M?xico, gives further news from
; ?he :yioi?ily of Queretaro to tho 22d ult. No doubt
jet present exista that the recent engagement re?
ignited in an Imperial defeat. The fighting was
^ery stubborn, and the losses are admitted by Es?
pant?tehe .very, heavy on both sides. The Im?
perial chiefs had issued o, proclamation offering
.310 to any. soldier who would join, them with his
arms, and $5 for any one who would ' join them
without-his arms. It.is probably intonded as a
hait for deserters from-the Liberals. The com?
mander of Matamoros had again requested A loan
cf the merchants cf-tnat city, the amount raised
heing $30,000. ' . / ' *
The worst of our inconveniences m railroa?
- ira vol are insignificant compared with what is on
: dared ia tibe East Indies, if tho following from an
Indian journal is tobe lehe^ on-: "Last year no
Jess than seven or eight corpses, if*we ' remember
Tightly, were taken from the camccfos of; this line.
<Calcutta and Del1)!) idenue-^victims to abarbarcus
. system' of ? over-pwkmg. Men and ' women ', are
often so crushed in a thiru^Iaae ?rrriage'itt ti) be
compelled to remain standing during the entire
length of a journey, sometimes fonthundred or ?
. ?ve hundred nulea, ind at the hottest season of
the year. Nowhere ai> the natives treated other?
wise than aa wQd beasts. Tiaketa for distance?
ender those paid for are oonstanOyistoed to tho
, LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The "DAILY j
Nfiws publishes thc Officiai Lisi of Let-\
tars remaining in th? Postoffice at the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of Ute New Postoffice Law, as the
newspaper haoing the largest circulation in
the Gi fy of Charleston:
SECTION 6. And bc it further enacted. That lists of lot
*ers remaining uncalled for in any Postofflce in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shan be printed,
shall hereafter bo published once only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of tho said
Xf3~ AH corraramicfitwns intended for publication in
tit's journal must be addressed to Oie Editor qftlie
Daily News, No. 18 Eayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
JSusiness Communications to Publisher of Daily
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa?
nied wiih the cash.
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1G, 1867.
Why it is that our forefathers had such a pre?
dilection for narrow streets, we have never
been able to ascertain. But so it is, and not
here only. On thc contrary, we find views
more contracted, and streets more strait, the
further east we trace our steps, and the deeper
d(>wn wc look into the vieta of the ages. In
Syria, Turkey, Greece, and Italy, we find the
fares. In trv.tli they scarcely merit that name,
for they wore almost exclusively made for the
use- of the pedestrian, and afforded ample
room and verge enough for the ?'hampered"
donkey. Those ancient burgh era doubtless
were good men and true, and very well in their
way, but they knew nothing of business. They
had no street cars, exprese wagons, omnibuses,
hacks or drays. In fact, we do not believe they
had so much even as a "one-horse shay." Tho
consequence of this old fogyism. this highlyTe
prehensible want of foresight, is that nearly
every city in Christendom has been compelled,
since thc opening of the present ocntury, to
the no small annoyance of tax-payers, to reno?
vate and reconstruct on. an expensive scale. In
Paris, as is well known, this work is continually
progressing. M. IIAUSSMAN'S name will de?
scend to the latest generations as the great
iconoclast of the present; earning odium only
for what he destroys, and no credit for what
he is constructing. In New York also, and
other of the older and larger cities of the
North, we find this same course of improve?
ment continually going on.
Charleston, our venerable old city, like her
sisters, has her narrow streets. Ours arc not
generally very crooked. They were not pro?
jected upon cow-paths, as the late EDWARD
EVERETT said was the origin of tho streets of
Boston; and as has beer, said also of Pearl
street in New York. Improvements have
been necessary, and were entered upon,
from time to time, as permisson was ob?
tained from the Legislature. But it was
not until a general Act was passed for this
purpose, appointing "a; Board of Commission?
ers, with power and authority to declaro in
what cases the streets, lanes, and alleys of the
city shall be widened; and to provide for carry?
ing into execution the objects of the said Board;
' and for other purposes.therein mentioned.
I This Act provides for nine Commissioners, to'
j be appointed by the'Legislature, whose appro
! val and sanction was necessary before City
! Council could take any steps: in carrying out
I the other provisions of this Act.
Section VIII of this Act (of 1817) Says:
"And, whereas, narrow and confined streets,
lanes and alleys, are disadvantageous to every
city, exposing buildings so. situated to great
danger from fire, and the inhabitants thereof
by close and confined air, , to malignant dis?
eases: Be it further enacted hy the authority
aforesaid, that from and immediately after the
passing of this Act, no street, lane, alley, or
court shall be opened, laid out, extended or
established within any part of the City of
Charleston less than sixty Jeet, and Until the
same shall be previously approved by the Com?
missioners of the Streets of said city.
There has been no. opportunity in Charles?
ton during the past thirty years of entering on'
yuck improvements on an extensive scale,.and
at so little cost to tax payers, as we have at
present: The fire of 1861 laid waste a large
part of the heart of the city; and while it is,
true that business has not increased within that
period, and it cannot, therefore, be said that
any extensive alterations in the topography of
the city .are absolutely necessary, yet we are
glad to know that liberal ideas have made great
progress here within the last "few years, and
there are now but few freeholders opposed ,io
any reasonable scheme having in view.the: im?
provement of the city. We expect; within a
few years, not only to do the business we had
in I860, but largely to increase it. And now
is the time to make the necessary preparation,
especially in the burnt district, where ;stf ??ts.
can be widened at a very,small cost/ f- '
Accordingly soon after, the. present Council
was organized various plans were proposed, all
having for their' object the widening and
straightening of. streets, most of them within .
the burnt District; and .as the old. plan-of a
Board of Commissioners, "appointed from
time to time by the Legislature," whose sanc?
tion had to be first obtained for carrying .'Out
any such improvement,-was too slow and cir?
cumlocutory, laid the way open for continual
complaints; in short, did not' work wel^-^oun
cil petitioned the Legislature for a'repeaVof that
part of the Act of 1817; and on December ?4,
1866, the Legislature passed an Act amendatory
to that of 1817, which says that "hereafter ii
shall be left to the.Mayor and Aldermen of
Charleston in.City Council assembled to deter?
mino' what, streets, lanes, alleys, or courts shall
feTaia out., vp??,,,}, widened, or extended with?
in, the limits of the city, and to ?ar?rj
improvements into execution in the canner
provided by law, without the intervention of
commissioners." The Act also authorizes City
Council ta close ' any street, lane, or alloy if
they deem it necessary for, the benefit of the
city. . ...'?;'!? ..; \:
The City 'Council,' after litving detennin?d
on an improvement of this character, appoints .
a Board of .Commissioners to assess the private '?
?property needed for-the purpose; and we do'
not 'think such* a Board will have mueh^dini- .
culty in ascertaining the. proper value Sf ' the
lots; in question, and .in giving satisfaction -
to lot-holders, as we may take it for granted
that practical business men, of .character-and'
standing, will be selected' for"a discharge 'of ,
this delicate duty.,,... . . . r ' ,'f,. .. ' j
Council has determined to widen King street,
a move ? which ''. has ihehearty endorsement jof
the whole city i We. hope they 'wifl'.crmimue
their efforts, and do the some 'for.Queen street,
if not from East Bay,.at least from. Meeting
street to the Roper Hospital . There is hut one
house, on the north side of the street, in those1
three squares th?f'w?da'haVe^iolD?'rec?rae?;' :
and the proprietor of it, we iearn,'.is quite wil?
ling to have it done. All the remainder, .within
those limits' is part -of the "brrfTit t?stmet?' and.. :
will . cost ..but\ tittie." -A sufficient Wid^??g? pf
Queen street will enhance the val?a of proper?
ty, both along the- street itself, : and .in its ,v?- '.
'cinity; and'there is_ no reason why, it; this
scheme is carried out, Queen street should not
in-a^few years be as pleasant and.juj fashlona
ble a street for a private.residonce as Went-'
-worih street is at present."1 " ' - .\ ,
True, ' it' v?tt 'be "urged, .. our ?ioksq?ei- at
present is not in a plethoric condition, and" all
needless outlays should be avoided; and though
it may be true that neither the'city nor the in?
dividual corporators : haye any money "to spare
just now, it is still Ote part of wisdom that the
measure should be determined now, and the'
lines iron, so that ho .one in building along thai
,street shall havs tc incur ?ndicas expense.
Wc know thc Committee on Streets in tho City
Council favors this improvement. We believe
that nearly all the property holders in thc vi?
cinity desire it, and as it will unquestionably
bo of benefit to the city nt large, we can sec
no vulid objection to thc proposition, nor even
reason for delay.
Witt IN EUROPE. .
The Nation has some sensible remarks on thc
situation of affairs in Europe! It says : "Tre?
mendous as arc the military preparations of
thc Great Powers iu our day, lhere is no ques?
tion that tho enormous increase which we wit?
ness in the size of armies, is in reality a
fresh guarantee for tho pence and prosperity of
the world. It is a curious but instructive fact
that thc length and frequency and destructive?
ness of war have declined in the ratio of the
increase and effectiveness of armaments, and
that when thc King of Prussia takes thc field
with half a million' of men, ho is not half so
formidable a foe to industry and civilization as
FRANCIS L: or CHARLES V. wheu ho went war?
ring with his 30,000 pr 40,000."
ANY INFORMATION OF WIUiIAJH AU?
GUSTUS CURRIE will bo thankfully received by !
hts brother, SAMUEL KL CURRIE, at SU George's, S. C.
April 10 ?? ,_? ? - ?
WANTED*,' A WHITE NURSE FOR j
three small children. Must como well recom?
mended. Apply at No. 30 SOUTH BAY.
WANTED, A. WHITE WOMAN, CAPABLE
ol cutting and fitting ladies and phlWrotrt drcss
?fj,,ag'Lyh/i.t3-B3Utw.ii>, rraVn ;oorscl : gousxuiiy saefiu.
April IC -" ; ?_5 x
WAKTED, A SITUATION?RY A RESPEC?
TABLE WOMAN,' to take charge, ot half-grown !
Children-to cut, nt and sew for them-or to take full
charge of an infant. Best of reference given. Address
left at this office between one and two o'clock Tuesday
and Wednesday. " ; 1*_ April 16
?XXTANTED TO RENT OR. PURCHASE, /
YY FARM on tho Neck, within sis miles of tho city
Persons interested will please call at No. 25$ KING
STREET, ? ? . . ? 2* April IC
f*f\ TO IOO,000 PINE OK CYPRESS
Ovf STAVES WANTED. For particulars tpply at No.
j MARKET STREET._stu th ._April 13
WISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
that can cut and make mon and boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's dresses, can keep house, and maka ;
herself generally useful in tho house, kitchen and
gardon. Low terms. Good references given if required.
Any one writing please state tonns. Address
"CW." BOX 31,
April 7 '..'' ii-, w yanco'?Ferry, Si 0.
(??SOtX. T;?E GENUINE BARTLETT SEW- !
?P^t). INC MACHINE, $25.-Wanted-Agents, ?150
per month and all expenses paid, to sell tho Genuine I
Bartlett Sowing Machino. This Machine will do all the I
work that can be done on any high-priced machine, and 1
is fully patented, licensed and warranted for five years.
We pay the above wages, or a commission, from which
twice that amount can bb made For Circulars and
terms address H. HALL & CO.. No. 721 Chestnut street,
-Philadelphia, Pa 30 April 10
B 0 ARD I fri Q. "
PRIVATE BOARDING.-?A J?KW BOARD. I
EBS can be accommodated aL No.02 KING STREET,
east side, near Broad. A few Day Boarders can bc ac- '
commodated. January 31
mo RENT, FOR ONE OR A TERM OF
fl years, a DWELLING house with s coro er store, a
good stand for Grocery and Bar Room. Apply to No. 3
COLUMBUS STREET._3" April IC
mO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
I now occupied by Mr. A. N. Cohen os a Clothing
Store, two doors above" George street, on the northeast
side. Possession given on tho first day of May. To a
good and responsible porty tho runt will be moderate.
For further particulars, apply to P. EPSTIN'S, corner
ging and Wentworth streets, under Masonic Hall.
April IC _'_" '? ? '_
TO RENT, THE HOTEL IN SUMMER?
VILLE, known as BROWN'S HOTEL, opposite
Episcopal Church, either in Rooms or altogether.
Terms.-For Rooms furnished $7 per month, untar?
A LARGE STORE.'SO by 40 feet; and .two small
STORES. The small stores have two rooms attached.
For terms, tc, apply to Mrs. J. T. BROWN,
April 16 tathax3 Summerville.
FURBISHED RESIDENCE TO, RENT
for one or more years, that four story DWELLING
No. IS Rutledge street, (between Wentworth and Mont :
gue), ready furnished, containing twelve rooms and all
auitable'oulbuildings. Possession, given tho 20th. May
next. To an approved tenant the rent will be moderate.
Apply to . :-".'-.- CLIFFORD. * MAT HE WES,
1 - Real Estate Agents, No. 66 Broad street.
April 4 th tu
T1TX4?T ROCK RESIDENCE TO REST,
_|T Ulxu premises aajsvcub Uj tito Ohwob, Imfiwn an
THE PARSONAGE, and within walking distance of the
Postoffice.. Apply to A. HXiEABROOK, Esq., Secretary,
at Flat Rock, or at Charleston to
C. G. HEMMING ER,
j March 15 ftulmo Chairman of Vestry.
"DRICE: STABLE TO RENT--A COMMO
n DIOTJS BRICK STABLE, with acco.-nmodations
for horses and vehicles, can bo hired, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply on premises. No. 69 CHURCH
STREET, west side, near Trodd-_April ll
rpo RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
JL delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street- For
particulars, address B. F., Daily News Office.
? February 20 __
TO RENT, TWO OR THREE LARGE
BOOMS in a private family, with Piazza, Pantry
and Eltchen, in a pleasant location. Terms reasonable
to a suitable tenant. Apply No. 45 CAN .NON, near
SMITH STREET._April 13
NUBIAN'S FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
- STREET, TO RENT., Apply on the premises, j
TTHiR SALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHTLA
JC DELPBXA University of Medicine and Surgery.
Thia Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Oostetries, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren. Principles and Practice of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of the first Medical Universities ot
the country, a favorable opportunity is offered thone
studying medicine ' for a scholarship. Apply at this
Office. , December 15
BANK BILLS ! BANK BILLS !
BANK BILLS OF ALL KINDS
GOLD AND SILVER ? '
' COUPONS, STOCKS, Aa
Bought at highest price, by .
ANDREW M MORELAND," Broker,
February 13 withstu2mos No. 8 Broad street -
FOR SALE.-BELLS RECEIVABLE OF
the State of South Carolina, (These Bills are re?
ceivable for all Taxes and other dues to the State.)
Wanted, CITY OF CHARLESTON BILLS, City of
Charleston Certificates of "Indebtedness. Apyly to
ALONZO J. WHITE & SON,
. April 16 "2 No. 68 East Bay street
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS (OLD)
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD BONDS
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD BONDS
CHARLESTON & SAVANNAH RAILROAD BONDS.
Apply to JAMES M. SHACKELFORD,
Broker, Na G Broad street, up stairs.
April 15 2
TLXTE HAVE THIS DAT ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
TT IN PARTNERSHIP, for the transaction of a GEN?
ERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, un?
der the name of JOHN ti THEO. GETTY, .at Na 48)4"
BAST BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves.
' Particular attention given to Purchase and Sale of Cot?
ton, Rico, Provisions, Naval Stores, &c, &c .
Cunnlcmnenta aoll ci ted. ? JOHN GETTY,
Charleston, March 28,1867.
References-E. A SOCDEB & Co., J. T. ALBUBGEB & Col,
Philadelphia: BRETT, SOU & Co., STURGESS & co.. New
York. March 30
SADDLES, HARNESS. ETCV^
JOHN OGREN'S SADDLERY ESTAB1JSH
? r .- MENT
HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM THE LOWER FLOOR
to the second floor, corner Meeting' and Hasel
streets; entrance an Hasel street, next door to the Post-,
office. I have os-hand a fine assortment of SADDLES
AND HARNESS of every description. These articles ore
of my own manulactnro, and can be warranted satisfac?
tory to those who are destrona of rrarchasing anything in
that line- I also have a lot of MCCLELLAN SADDLES,
newly fitted up, which I wir, dispose of for a low figure.
REPAIRING as usual will be promptly attended to in j
future, as it bas been in the" past. - a . April 13
?'(J.'.&'f?LV a HEFFRON, S?TBBINXENDE?era,);
d?MMj?f?^ HABNESS, '
FIRE C?PS?BELTS, ETC.,
. " ^fjj XKF0BTKB OF
: AT McKKNSIE'S OLD STAND, '.
Corner Church and Chalmer? streets.
. January. 36 . ' *" ' stuthSmo.
.''-"- '-' '. " ATA GREAT SACRIFICE.. . j ?
BOOKS, PAP?B, " ESTVSXOFE3, BLANKS,": BLANK
Boots, Hctum?, Eagravln?s sai Inatoanentoj at
.jMlffBtoew in'U ; >? ".<-\.S?*,?i "i" *.
. S The subscriber having determinod fc% retire from busi?
ness presenta to the public tho opportnnriy of purcha3
ing BOOKS, STATIONARY' and Fanny Gooda, ct half
?toa. 3iblt?, Prayera. Testamenta, in variety and size.
Hymn Books of ali denominations. Novels,'Trivets.' Bi?
ographies, History.' Theology, Scientific, Agricultural,
G^dmlng, Cooking and Sporting Warks, Note Paper 81
to ?SO Team, Letter and Csp Paper, at *2 60 to S3 ream.
Envelopes at ?3 aaa $2 60 per thousand. Come and
??&tt?l-&S' ::.*&,>.??:.} Ut., >:S,Qy33aKiog street ?
t?>-?,M ?J-.1 MnW?6?f.--:? "?..?PPH . '
AFFICE CLSRK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING.
\J clause of SacUon 1 of en '-Orainanco to Raise Sup?
plie?. for they? ir 1867," is published for the faxforzuition
of penonn neilin* poods by sample or otherwtoe, who aro
not residents of th h city. - AD ?ich persona aro hereby
notified to repart at thia office.. ..".'..;;'".
' "Three dollars oa every huodrod dolUm of Ml goods
Bold lu this city by serious nu. rcsidenis. by sample or
efte*****^ ' i'-SasaaiSa??r"i" w. H. SMITH,
Msroh8 : (^erfc or Connel]
JETNA SOCIAL CLUB.
A TTEND A REGULAR MEETlNa OF YOUR CLUB
xJL T?i?i Enning, nt palmetto Fire Company's Hall,
Auson ?trout, ut S o'clock precisely.
' By order. W. H.-ARMSTRONG.
_ April 10_1?_Secretary .?Etna S. C.
CHARLESTON STEAM FIRE COMPANY OF
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COMPA?
NY ?TAti Evening, at Market Hall, at 8 o'clock pre?
cisely. A foll attendance is requested.
. -,?^or<lor' E.JNO. WHITE.
April IC <- i
UMON CHAPTER, No. 3, R. A. OT.
TBE SECOND QUARTERLY CONVOCATION WILL
bo holden In Masonlo Hall This Evening, tho loth
mst. at 8 o clock. -- "
?^en? CantUdMCB ** ?T bc
By ordor of M.-. E.-. H.*. P.-.
. .,-" . W. C WATERBURY,
rTuTE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE "GRANITEVILLE
J. Manufacturing Company arc hereby notified that a i
Meeting w called, to take place at GranitovMe. on Thurs?
day, the 18th instant, at IO o'clock A. M Stockhold
era aro earnestly requested to attend in person, if possi?
ble, as matters of vital importance to tho Company will
bo prosonted for their consid?ration. .
~?hZ ifsLTa?rsday Monday In April,
which was the day or the anneal meetings for several
years past, was changed to tho 17th July at tho last an?
nual meeting. As the Annual Report wiU bo presented
to the Stockholders on tho 18ih April, that day may bo
suostituted for the regular annual meeting in July.
February 23 flu - President.
SBirb ftattfinbcn am Cftcrmoittag, ten 22tcn STpril
1807, wop aile meine ?yrcunbc nub Scfanntc ergeben?
ctngelabcn flnb. Gmtritt SI. Slnfang 7 Ubr.
SJ m. S <b r ? b c r,
HAS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE AND OFFICE, TO
No. 48 Society street, between King and Meeting.
April G stuthG
Mi LUNE RY. ETC,
MRS. E. MASTERMAN,
" (AT M. & A ASHTON'S,)
No. ?05 KING STREET,
Opposite Barns' Lane,
TAKES LEAVE TO INFORM THE LADIES OF
Charleston that she has opened her STOCK OF
MILLINERY for their inspection, including a good as?
SPRING BONNETS, HATS, BU.,
WITH A,GENERAL VARIETY OF THE MATERIAL]
required in the business,
At Reasonable : Prices.
EMPORIUM OF FASHION/
WILL, OPEN ON WEDNESDAY MORNING,
APRIL 17TH, AT
NO. 371 KING S?REET.
A CHOICE STOCK OF
SPRIG AND SOMMER MILLINERY.
Dress Triiaiiiiiigs, Etc. |
ALL'THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
PATTERNS FOR LADLES' AND CHILDRENS |
' DRESSES, COVERINGS,' Etc.
\ April 16 3
MADAME F. LUDECUs7
MILLINERY ANH FANCY GOODS, j
NO. 2?2 KING-ST, Up-Stairs.
rrUKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF INFORMING THE
1 LADIES of Charleston, and vicinity, that she has
recently opened a largo assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LEN EE Y and FANCY GOODS, and would bc glad if La?
dies would caU and examine them.
Mrs. Ludecus promises to sell at the cheapest possible
rates, being satisfied with small profits.
STAMPING AND FANCY WORK
Done at the shortest notice.
She has tho agency also of Madame Demorest for the I
cale of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the aid of which |
every Lady can be her own Fashionable Dressmaker.
April 6 ? ? ?_stn th
MISS ROSA M?RTLANDSl
No. 295 King Street,
(OVER MESSRS. SHEPHERD i COHEN'S.)
MISS MUBTLAND HAS JUST RECEIVED, PERI
^-"Manhattan." a beautiful assortment of SPRING
AND SUMMER MILLINERY, and solicita a caU. '
. Latest Styles always on hand.
April 6 ' tuthslmo
. f??mtti tip??erfprgttttg*
8e6en??Serfid)erttn8cn, SntetScScrforgungen, a.,
einer ber beftert 3rtf$alien bt? 8 aub efl (ber Jtnicterbocler,) |
wellte auf g e g c n ? c i t i g c r. Sta?en bcgriobei ifi,
bctorgt ju bett tn?gigften gr?mten.
Crramimtcnber Srjt, Sim. Ufferijarbt,
Sr. S. ??cgcrS. . <g(?c ?i?g 1Iilb 3J?arIctfh-afje. I
January 15 j :.. ; ..!' ?'-,'^>-- -1 tuffimo I
THEO. E. CBLTPEII?,
OFFICE, - - - Ho. 875 KING STREET,
NBARL7 OPPOSITE BASEL.
/THE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH TS
.J.' . 8EBTED at moderate p?cela,' .':..' - "T 'S' 1
X3~ TEETH EXTRACTED ' without pain by means of
?.5 Cr by DR. RICHArtDSON'S apparatus for producing
" LOCAL ANESTHESIA.
' Marchs. ' - . < ? tuthaGmo
HAVING ACCEPTED THE AGENCY OF THE ABOVE
I old and well-known rnimuiactnrers, I am. prepared
to ?B aU orders to the trade, and- vrfB always have a full
stock on hand, which will daily b? delivered to any part
Ofthe-ctty. J. N. ROBSON, '. j
. January SI thttu3maa_No. 63 East-Bay: , :
P > : f THLE UNDERSIGNED fr. j .
TT AYING BEEN APPOINTED BY THE METHODIST
'Jr PUBLIBHIN& HOUSE ai Nashville, TonnesseO,
Agents 1er tho salo of their Publications In South Carolina,
respaettnuy intern the Clergy ?nd Members > of; tho'
Methodist Churches that they have, and win continuo to
keep on hand, such Booka as may. be required. _. ?
.''''' " THE STOCK ?OHS?ST3 OP" 'f
HYMN BOOKS, SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS. r?--'; ;
TEXT AND MTSCEIJiaNEOUS BOOKS. ;
'?-tJ?-;^y-. : BOOK'?EL^
No. ISS Meeting street,
'rApxS'ft 'T' jstoth? t c^^ goteL
-V.r -v-.- . -j>vsgagaa; ? h,??- , -T?
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. ' ;
' HUDSON, MOT KISO STSBJa. :rW<ifCIT?3>SI,. },
T^ARM HANDS, CO0K3t WASHERS,-HOUSE SEE.
JBXVSatrxSi, ?o?**Mlmm?miM&? . : ?>
, March36 ? '. ' j.'.'rfe .. tatbsSkA ..
FBANCIS D. LEE,
ARCBTTEGT AND EMeiHSER,
HAVI S?G RETURNED TO THB OTTYi MAY BS
? ?end rt bia Office, LAW RANGE, Broad street.
Maxoba . i ? -SfeM
" SPECTACLES !
The subscribers Iiavo just received
a flue and complete assortment of |
the celebrated " PEREOSCOPIC
LENS," in Gold, Silver, Steel, and
Shell Frames, which they are- pre?
pared to adapt to all who may sufter
from Defective Vision.
Prices reasonable and to suit the
ALLAN & SIDDONS
No. 307 KING STREET,
Sign of the " Gold Spectacles.'
N. B.-The PEREOSCOPIC LENS
titted to old frames at the shortest
April 18 tutbnlnio
DRY GOODS, ETC.
GREAT BARGAINS. GREAT BARGAINS.
NO. m Kl STREET.
IHAVE REMOVED FROM KO. SIB TO NO. 192
KING STREET, whore I am prepared to sell
$25,000 WORTH OF DRY GOQ$S,
of all descriptions, damaged by wat or at the late ?f% at
50 per cent, below cost.
AU who wish to parchaso CHEAP GOODS, have now
an opportunity to invest their money to advantage, and
had better call early at
No. 192 King street,
April 16 2 Opposite Zogbaum, Young k Co.
NO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO
I their Stock, which is entirely new, carefully selected,
and will be sold at a small advance on first cost, for cash
or short time approved paper.
W. T. BURGE.
O. A. BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION of tho former patrons of Messrs. W. T. BURGE k
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during the recent depression in
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
March 1 gmo W. X. BURGE.
JUST RECEIVED, AND OPENING DAILY, A
splendid asssortment of SPRING AND SUMMER
And everything else in the Staple and Fancy
DRY GOODS UNE.
The largest and most varied Stock in the city, all of
which will be sold low for cash,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Call and aee, and you wm find the cheapest, combined
with the most select Goods, offered lower than ever since
No. 306 KING STREET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts.
TEMPOS CORANMJIFM SOS IN ANSON.
P?LM?NIC ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
"L70R THE CUBE OF CONSUMPTION, PAINS IN THE
Jj CHEST AND SIDES, DIFFICULTY IN BREATH.
ING, BRONCHITIS, CATARRH, ASTHMA, COUGHS,
HEMORRHAGE, and all affections of the Lungs.
Thia great revivify or is offered to the public, that all
who will avail themselves of its remedial power may be
It only roernires a <Wo trial to confirm its invaluable
agency in diffusing through, each channel of the human
organization a restored vitality. It invigorates and em?
bues the Lungs with healthful elasticity; restores warmth,
which ia their eaaenttal element; rouses the sluggish ves?
sels into activity; heals the affected lobes; purifies and
enriches the blood; regulates the circulation; induces
free and easy respiration, and expels, through its admin?
istration, each, and every cincomit&nt, disorder jnesenj.te .j
This compound ls perfectly safe, possessing neither
narcotic nor emetic properties, which - unfortunately are
always employed as essentials in every preparation for ,
Cough or Lung affection-a mistake which too of. en in
??B irritating and debilitating cons?quences, only con
daces to much general derangement of the system, de?
stroying appetite and creating an. injurious' nervous ex?
citement, augmenting suffering with .frequent fatal re?
gatta. . .-. .}? '?
. Under the Influence of this approved and Invaluable
Sp?cifie the most distressing Cough yields; difficulty in
breathing and pains and soreness subside, hemorrhage
ls arrested, md health and strength re-established. , .
~ PRICE FOB SINGLE BOTTLE ?L25.
' Sold by the Proprietor, northwest corner SOCIETY ]
AND MEETING STREETS, and tee principal Druggists.
.April 3. . -' .' . &
C. J. SCBL?PE6RELL,
. . - BETWEEN KINO AND ST. PHILIP.
T UMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND BUILDING
ti - MATERIAL, and PAINTS, OILS. GLASSES, kc,
constantly ot hand ot the lowest 'nar ket pn ct-?.
June w ?? i'.j .': T ? r ftolyr -
"'/, TAVBjtNiKEKPBlRS'NOTICB. *
? i w OFFICIE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
,v>*. . - March 1.1807.)
A LL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND 'PERSONS KETATL
iBL-ING splrituoua liquors, within tho city limita, who
rave not oiecrrtnd their bonds and taken out tho proper
?rds to ?how that they have license to sell, wiU here-,
ported as not complying with ilio law, altor Monday, 5th
oat, - ;. : , .,..[ .., .-.
. Tboso who have cards are hereby notified to have the
?amo placed in a conspicuous plt.ee in the window. All
kains; to observe this notice will aleo be reported, after
Oie abevo-ment?cned ame. ' W. H. SMfTB,
? -Umrchi -? -' ? , ?'. Clerk: of Council.
, CRISPER COMA.
' With starry eyaa, and radiant bair, .
Whoae curling tendrfls, soft entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
' ' CHISP?R COMA, :\-\: '
tot Curling tho Hair of either Sos into Wavy |
and Glossy Ringlets or Heavy Massivo
? ?j ' V".; ' Garb. - -.-vy.'.*. ... ...
SY USING THIS ARTICLE LADIES AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves a thousand-fold.
.t la tho only artlclo tn tho world that will curl straight
?air, and a? the same time grre lt a beautiful, glossy apr.
Moranoe. Tao Crisper Ooma not only curta the hair, bul
lgfctfony pcrronuM. ana la Ot3 rcoat complete article of
iie ?ad ever offered to th? .incrir^ -bite The
Jrl?per Ooma, will bo sent to any address, eoalcd and
loftpaid for tl. . .;. . j ; : -. . >' '
Adores? all orders to
W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemists,
No. 3 Weat ?fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
j*?rch8f> . -. |*t
GROCERY* ?riD MISCELLANEOUS.
1 rt?ln SACKS (LARGE AND STRONG) LIVEit
Ivl/U POOL SALT. For sali- bv
April Ki _ r> HENRY COBIA ft CO.
MOLASSES AND SUGAR.
1 f\d lsl5I-S. AND TIERCES MOLASSES
?\J\J 50 bblH Low Priced Sugars.
FOP sale by HENRY COBIA & CO.
GROCERIES AND PRO VI SIONS.
-1 f\ HHDS. C. lt. BACON SIOES
JLV/ I? boxes c. lt. Bacon Sides
5 hbds. Shoulders
5 bblr. SuKar-Cored Strips
10 boxes Breakfast Belly Bacon
20 half bbb). Family Beef
200 bblB. Flour, Extra. Super and Fluo
2!5 bc xcs Factory Cheese.
For sale WM. GURNEY,
April IS_4_No. 102 East Bay.
CORN, CORN, AFLOAT !
LANDING A VD in STORE.
3000 sa?SbELS WHITE ?tlLLING CORN, FOR
JOHN CAMPSEN ft CO..
April 15 2 No. 14 Market-Street, opposite Stale.
UIIUI, WHITFORD & (fl.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 65. 57. 59
and Cl, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
i riRRember 10 Gmo A. T. HAMILTON.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
CLOTHS, CASHMERES AND VESTINGS,
GESTS' FCUNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 Cmos CHARLESTON. S. C.
A. S. HULL, ?g't.,
TT AS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BROAD STREET,
JUL BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH-STS.,
where can be found a choice assortment of CLOTHS,
] CASSIMERES and VESTINGS of every variety, for I
i gentlemen's wear, which bu is prepared to make to j
order at thc lowest cash prices.
M. .INO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr ft Co.),
will give his attention to the Tailoring Department and
to NAVY and ARMY UNIFORMS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS.
January 17 Sinos
THE BEST TONIC NOW I USE!
ELBER & BROWN,
A MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT
- ??sr EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
?gn?jns>PJ>. _CHADLB AND BtBY TENDER, Pro
*^?mmEtf?9M Meiling Horses, and all kinds of Bock
jfj!?Z^^~3?*' lng Horse's, luvulid Cliairs, witbdouble
and single wheels, from $25 "to S*8;
Cbildmn's Carriages. Fancy and Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sulkies, Invalid Carriages, made to order. Fancy
Propellers and Baby Rockers, ftc, ftc, life-size Horses,
made to order.
Depot, No. CS8 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 4*9.
460, 461 and 452 WEST STREET, New York.
October 25 thstulyr
JUST RECEIVED FROM MADAME DEMOREST THE
DRESS MAKING TN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Cloaks, Basques, ftc, made io order.
Country c rders filled promptly.
MISS E. J. BONNER.
Broad street, aext cast of Mansion House.
OFFICE OF CAPTAIN OF POLICE, I
CHARLESTON. S. C., April 12,1867. J
mHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
I for the benefit of all whom lt may concern.
C. B. SIGWALD,
Captain of Police.
Ec it Ordained, That from and after the first day of
January next, every person keeping a shop or store, or
engaged in mercantile business in the City of Charles?
ton, shall post up, and keep posted np, ba so conspi?
cuous place-, nt his or her business stand ot aland?, a
conspicuous Sign Board or Plate, containing his or her
given name and surname, and. in case of a partnership,
the given name and humnme of each member of the firm;
and every person so offending, or making default herein,
shall forfeit and pay to thc Oi ty a penalty of fifty dollars
for each and every offence or default, and in addition
thereto a further sum of fifty dollars for each and every
month during which tho provisions of this Ordinance
shall remain not complied with: Provided, however.
That nothing herein contained shall apply to the special
partners of a limited partnership.
Ratified December 2, ISSI.
Extract from Ordinance Batified November 20th, 1806. '
SEC. 6. No cloth awning shall be put np in such a man?
ner aa to obstruct foot passengers; and no sign-board
shall be erected otherwise than thirteen feet from the sur?
face of the ground or foot pavement ? * ?
under a penalty of Twenty Dollars for each and every
day, while any such awning or sign-board, fixed or form?
ed otherwise than as herein directed, shall so remain.
? . * . * ? * ? .
Ssc. G. NO person or'persons whosoever shall, for the
purpose of exposing any goods, commodities, or other
articles for sale, place, or caused to be placed, , any auch
goods, commodities, or other articles whatsoever, or any
table, bench, stall-board, box, or other appendage, in
any street, lane, alley, or publie thoroughfare, or any
foot-pavement, within the City, under a penalty of
Twenty Dollars for each and every such offence, and for
each and every night ar. day, as the case may be, on
which any such offence is committed: Provided, how?
ever. That Vendue Masters shall ho permitted to expose
before their stores such goods and commodities as they
soil at public auction, but not to take up more room than
the front of their respective vendue stores, and to the
distance of six feet beyond tho same.
SEO. 6. No person or persons whosoever, shall suffer
any fire wood, coals, goods, wares, merchandise, car?
riages of any description, or any other matter or thing,
to him, her, or them belonging or consigned, to lay or ?
stand for a longer space than four hours, in any street,
lane, ?Dey, or public thoroughfare within tho City, un?
der a penalty of Two Donors, with costs, for every hour
that any such article or thing uuall so lay or stand be?
yond the above mentioned time : excepting materials for
building, tn regard to which tho following regulations
shall be observed, namely : When any person or persons
shall erect or repair any house or otherbuilding,
upon any street, lane, alley, or open court,
rtthin the ?. city,. he, she, . or they . shall make
application for the use of so^raucjh.,, "LTJUY* affine
AR, OTTbASGoffoucfi building is to bo erected, nor extend
more than six feet into the street; which space such per?
son or persons shall forthwith enclose with a sufficient
fence, at least six feet high, in order to deposit within the
same the requisite materials for building and repairing ;
and such fence, together with the remaining material, he,
she or they shall remove as soon as the work be finish ?1,
ox whenever the Mayor shall require it, on pain of for?
feiting Two Dollars for every hour that such fence or such
materials shall afterward remain unremoved; and on
pain, also, of having tho same removed at bia, her, or
their expense, by the City authorities. * .
April 13 i 16
SOUTHERN EXPRESS (iOMPffi,
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
. .. WITH lUl .;. j
.'* Every attention - given ? to the sale
Transmission of Freight, Money,
and Valuables. 'r
WTLL CAIX FOB AND DELIVER FREIGHl
TO ANY' 'POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
' AptlllO''- . ? A- -.?'?'- " 1 Augusta. Qa? .
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
j HURRAY, EDDY & CO.; MANAGERS.
fTU) BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON. KY., 15TH AND
i ? 30th of each month. Scheme, 32,090 ticket*-627
prizes. Whole tickets, ?12; naives, tC; quartori,*3;
***t1iBf-$l'?>'?-X??'-~* ; . . ;> . Tfi A i .
?PrlSOOf?.....;.^?60,000 . 2 Prizes of........ .$?^000
1 Prizo.ofj.?20.000 ; 2? Prize? of.........?C00
1 Prize of............?8,000 C3 Prizes erf...........4*00
1 PriEOOf. . 67,000 155 Prizes of ...V?. .". ?230
... -..-^r?...' . *. 220Prizes of $12i : - .. :-. :.
. ,? A?^^
Carabtz^Uon Lottery drawn every day. Tickets from
?tosi?. . ?
Ctrcnlrrs scat Iroc Drawings malled as soon a the
IsOttory ls <i^^vn*
' : Ardross Uk T. Pl?VKRS, Ont tod Stiles Licensed Agent
Nc Ut Beaei ?erect, charleston, S. C, or Key Bax??.F VJ?
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
BACON, FLOUR, TO UK.
or? OASES PRIME UXSMOKED SIDES AN? SHOUI
ll? can*** Extra Uauou Breakfast strips
20 barrels llhoice Pig Ham?, small tsixo
17 barral? Mess Pork
3U0 barrels Family. Extra, Super ami Common Klouj
Molasses, Su jar. &c &c.
20 TD BS CHOICE "NEW BUTTER
?IO boxes Cliecso
'215 cana Puro Leaf Lani
25 Uta No. 1 Salmon.
Lauding anil for Kilo, by J. & F. DAWSON.
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
April ir. _ ' . 1 '
CANDLES AN? SOAP.
OAA BOXES CANDLES
?VV 100 boxes Soap
Of superior quality juBt received and for sale by
April io_3_ HENRY COBLA &_ CO.
OATS AND BEANS.
3000 ?y??Er?,?RIME MARYLAND OATS
Elwell Bains. Lauding from Sehr.
SrlM fi by K- M- BUTLER,
Al)rU 15_I_North Atlantic Wh-rf.
??00O BTSH,ELf5 PRIME VTHTTE CORN, LAND
v INfc> from sehr?. Hopkins and Elwell
A.,w?'??Bal? by W- B- SMITH & CO.,
ROOO BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN NOW
roW".Vuldl,uRflrom Schooners "E. J. Palmer "
"C. W. Elwell" and "L. H. Hopkins"
April?15 by T- J- KEEE k CO
BACON AND FLOUR
30 H,SP5- rR,TE SIDES & SHOULDERS
100 barrels Extra, Super and Fine Flour.
A^nTir y " T" TUPPER & SONS,
April 16_Brown's Wharf:
BUTTER ! BUTTER Fi
BUTTER! ! ?
?j??> TIRKmS-100 FIRKINS.
CHEAPER. CHEAPER.' " t?flEiJL..
CHEAPEST. CHEAPEST. CHEAPEST.
GOOD. GOOD. GOOD. GOOD.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO.'
WHOLESALE AND BETATL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KING-ST.,
"IO. EVERT E. BEDFORD, THE MANAGER OF
1YJL THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to tho customers and patrons for their liberal
patronage and appreciation of tho quality or goods pur?
chased by tarra during tho past year. It has been, and
always will be cur aim, to PLEA Sn: OUR CUSTOMERS,
and as we oder for sale the first quality of all kinda of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc, wo flatter ourselves
that, with our facilities, can give general satisfaction
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assist in
the management, would bo pleased to seo his friends at
No. 289, assuring them that all goods purchased are
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELL ARE IMPORTED DIRECT BY W. S.
CORWIN & CO., and pass through, no other hands, en?
abling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at the following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYBON.$2 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON.1 50 to 1 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER.2 25
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST. 2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST.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. MIXED, at $1 50
Just received, a new supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE,
?c.; PARCHED, SOC.; GROUND. B2cy OLD RIO, 35c.
The PARCHED COFFEE we represent to bo of the
FIRST QUALITY, parched by us with great care. A trial
of these Coffees, Green, Parched and Ground, will con?
vince the consumer on that point.
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYRA.
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended to by
ono of the Managers. Goods delivered to all parts of the
city FREE OF CHARGE. _
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER will arrive on
Tuesday. 3mo February 4
KANAPM, UNNMD & CO.,
Choice Family Groceries,
No. 66 1VIAEKET-ST.,
Fora Doona EAST or MEETING,_Charleston, S. C.
SB- GOODS PURCHASED OF US DELIVERED TO
ANY PORTION of the City Free of Charge.
February 19 tntns2moa
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NOBTH AND SOUTH
SHIP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer and Im?
porter iii 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, Anehors, Chains,
Blocks, Boats, &c, &c
Personal and particular attention
given to purchase and sale of MER?
CHANDISE AND PRODUCE con?
signed or trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made.
Brown & Level's Patent Life Sav?
ing Tackle and Boat Detaching Ap
Earatus, for steamers, always on
and, and for sale at New York
GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE !
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS, 10 cents
Methodist Hymn Books, 25 cents
Baptist Hymn Books, 25 to 75 cents
Presbyterian Hymn Boots, 25 cents to $1
Catholic Prayers, 25 cents to Si
Catholic French and Spanish Prayers, 50 cents
Episcopal Prayers, 50 cents to to iL50
Episcopal, in French, 75 cents
Testaments, in French or English, 50 cents to tl
Pocket Bibles, 50 cents to SI
Webster's Spelling Books, 10 cents.
.-SS1.1? HARTS "BOOK STORE."
COMMMSTnwima nn "
-_--r-".f?' nJLtJL- ?J?TBECETVED FOE BUILDING
Hi a CISTERN at the Upper Wards Market.
Proposals to be handed tn on or before the 20th inst
. _\ WILLIAM KIRKWOOD,
April 6 Chief Clerk.
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
TOYS, CHINA, SLATES AND SLATE
STRASBURGES & NUHN. FORCED BY THE RAPID
increase of 01017 business and their present inade?
quate accommodations, have mode arrangements to re?
move from Na 65 Maiden Lane to the extensive lofts of
No. ^BROADWAY near Canal street, New YorsTim
tte 16th of March; offering there to buyers better in
dnoements than ever before. thgtnSmoe February 28
USE THIS, LADIES, AND NO OTHER.
With yonr 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 sR first-class Hotels
and Restaurants through the country, and Jg finding ita
way into every household where good Yeast Powder, is
ipprociated. Samples free. Every box' warranted to
rive satisfaction or money refunded. Manufactured bv
TAYLOR & YOUNG, No. 186 Front street, New York. '
For sale by GRUBER ac KASTLN,
No. 23C King street.
HENRY BISCHOFF t CO.
> Na 197 East Bav.
W. S. CORWIN * ctv
No. 259 Kimi street. -
LOWIE i MOISE, Drng^W
No. 151 MEETING 8TKEJBT
Oppoalto Charleston Hotel.
SeamrflU_ ? - ? ' thstaSmo
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IN ^J!??*?8 who hsjajeft their-c?<S? innr?b?3?
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?nt Regular O. fl. Ck^mOffic*.
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General Commission Merchant,
MstoTifa<rtnarei? of OPaioecr,
Comer Hudson StreotTlSow Yctk?-~"' -
F?KALER IN PAK2B - AND ZN MATERIALS OP
iJ er^oVacrijp?on tar its maamOctrxrc. 1 - ~> .--.-i
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