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CHARLESTON DAM NEWS,
G. B. CATHCART, EDITOB
OATHCART, Mc-MILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE STREET.
DAILY-SIX MONTHS... 5.00
DAILY-THREE MONTHS. ?.50
SINGLE COPIES.O cent*
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cents.
Cotton tras easier at the close of the New York
market, and was quoted at 27J for Middling Up- j
Gold was closed at ?35?al35}.
In Liverpool cotton was quoted at Jl?d. for Mid?
Under the death notices in the Now Bedford
Mercury is that of a parrot, which died at the age
of 40 years.
Russell County, Va., will export ".his year thirty
thousand dollars worth of mulos and twenty thou?
sand dollars worth of horses and cattle.
The Franklin Banking Company, of Memphis,
failed on the 11th of April. Thc liabilities are es?
timated at $93,000 and the assets $12,000.
Governor BBOWTTLOW has declared the registra?
tion of voters in eight Counties of Tennessee to
be null and void. . .
A negro school teacher has been appointed Reg?
ister of voters,, under.tho. Military Bill, in Alabama,
on tho recommendation of the prominent white
citizens of Jackson County.
Ex-G?veruor JOSEPH E. BBOWK, upon tho invita?
tion of a number of prominent citizens of Savan?
nah, will address them this morning on tho politi?
cal issues of the day. So we learn from the Sa?
Several highly respectable citizons of Lafayette,
? ' Ind.; have started for Montana. Not loss than a
thousand persons wore, .at .tho depot to bid them
. farewell, and the Lafayette Cornet Band accom?
panied, them as far as Springfield.
Ex-Admiral SEMITES lectured on Wednesday last
, at Memphis, to an immense audience for the
benefit of th? Faunie Thurston Society. The sub
.' -' ject was : "The Alabama and her Course, as viewed
" by the Laws of Nations."
Wisconsin takes tho load of the women suffrage
. movement, the Senate having concurred, "by a vote
of 19 to 9, with the Assembly resolution proposing
-. to amend the constitution so as to extend suffrage
to all over tho age of twenty-one years.
JOHN HENS Y PCH.UTT.KB. a boy ten years of age,
and the onlv^ son bf Mr. H?BEST SOHUTTEB, of j
Washington city, was accidentally killed at Rock
Hill College, Ellicott's Mills, Maryland, Thursday
morning, by a base ball bat, which slipped rrom.
the hands of a fellow student while he was attempt?
ing to strike a ball with it.
The Boston Advertiser (Radical) speaking of the
proposition of some crazy fanatic, that Congress
shall "reconstruct Maryland," scouts the idea,
and adds, " if wo permit this, we shall have Con-,
gress reconstructing the Northern States next 1"
And why not ? If it can righfully wrest from a
. Southern State one of its sovereign prerogatives, it
..may attempt the same on a New England State.
The Concord Statesman says that a Boston man
. : recently sent to a friend in Manchester, N. H., a
. pair of Bramah fowls, colored a beautiful crimson,
and they, were pa . d off by those in tho secret as
justimported, at ^. jat expense, from Japan. The
'beautiful birds caused a sonsation among poultry
? breeders, and their eggs sold at fabulous prices, it
is said aa high as $4 an egg.
A large meeting of negroes was held in the Rich?
mond Theatre on Monday evening last Mr. R. T.
DANIEL, Commonwealth's Attorney of the City of
Richmond, an Old Line Whig, made a long and
eloquent speech, which was very well received. He
was succeeded by Mr. MACFABLANTJ. Messrs. MAB
MADUKE JOHNSON, N. A. STUEDIYANT, and the Rev:
Dr. BUBBOWS, all made happy speeches. So says
the Bichmond Whig ot the 16th.
Major Firrr.T), of the Marine Corps, recently tried
?' by a conrt-mairHal ai. +."h? pi,il?.i^l?,i,ir. H.p. ir?wA,
. -publishes -a. card .steting that the case hos as?
sumed a new and. unexpected phase. One of tho
members of the court has been reported for un?
gentlemanly behavior whilo on duty as a member
of the court, and charges are being prepared
- ;, against the Judge-Advocate and members of the
i .court for scandalous conduct tending to the de?
struction of good morals and neglect of duty.
... An old gentleman (thought to be a member of
'"' the Legislature from the "rural districts") went
into Trinity Church, at Boston, Sunday afternoon,
while Rev. Slr. GALLATTDET was repeating the ser'
Tice to the deaf mutes, by signs, etc. After atten?
tively watching the proceedings a few moments,
he rose from his seat, took his hat and cane and
started for the door, and, as he passed out, shook
his head reproachfully at the sexton and muttered,
' ? 'T can't stand"thom ritaaltantrnms nohow 1"
. The South London. Press has the following:
"Our readers will probably he surprised to hear
' that Mormonism flourishes in the neighborhood of
Kensington, and the 'Veinte" who meet oncea
week in Kensington Ball are increasing in numbers
mid influence. On Tuesday last they gave a con?
cert and conversazione in aid of the fund which
provides means fox those who are inclined to pro?
ceed to the colony, of 'Salt Lake,' and the assembly
was, we are informed,'very numerous and enthu?
The New Orleans Crescent says a well-dressed
. man, whose appearance and manner indicated him
'. to be ah Englishman, amused himself recently by
'? allowing a terrier dog, which accompanied him, to
' dig for rats in tho new levee embankment in the
Third District. The dog showed himself efficient
in the hunt, and succeeded in so thoroughly un?
dermining" the bank that it occupied all of Weelues
. . day morning to repair the damages, and was con
' sidered for a time to be cause for apprehension for
s break at that, point.. Owing to . the occurrence
not having been noticed at once, the party was not
Tho Memphis Avalanche says that there are in
that city fourteen gambling houses, each of which
pays $100 monthly blackmail to the police. There '
are nineteen brothels. Their contribution to the
police is $25 each month. Each inmate pays an
additional $10 every month. - A short time ago a
very bold robbery was committed-$1,400 wcro
Stolen. By appointment a policeman met the rob?
bers at a gambling house, to obtain the share of
ibe police. It'being difficult to effect a division,
the money was sent out and changed, the police
- man waiting the return of , the, messenger.
. Count BTSMABCK recently presented a poor bnt
faithful secretary with a portfolio bound like a'
book, in which were deposited five thousand tha
-' 'lera;. ' On; meeting bis secretary the next day the
Count asked him if he had perused the volume.
- . ''*YeB, your lushness," said the secretary, "and I
I am BO captivated by its contents that I am waiting
'the" appearance of the second volume with feelings
of the greatest- interest." The Count smiled but
., ; said nothing. A few days afterward the secretary
Teceived. a, second portfoho, bound and filled like
the first, and on the title page of which was tho.
sentence, -"Tfi?s work-is complote in two vol
wnes." . .?. -.:..-..<
The new charier for the University of London,
concerning the examination of women, is drawn,
with such a breadth of expression as to admit not
only of examinations such ?a those of the Univer?
sities of Oxford and Cambridge, which would - be
useful to governesses and others, and test general
- educaw^n, but also of special examinations for de?
grees. The British Medical JbwrnaZsays: "This
would, of conree, be opposed under present j cir
; i xjnmstances, although we believe -that the legal
members of .the University are willing formally to
, jvdmit ladies to examinations and diplomas in i&Wj
and the medical members would not oppose their
"*? admission to degrees in medicine. ; We understand
'?' ?hat many moro ladies are desirous of admission
to the bar than seek an entrance into medical
?practiced ; '. '..
A Montreal (Canada) paper, of the 11th, says :
In official circlsa there is an uneasy feeling as to'
the possibility of Great Britain being drawn hito
-' ihev?rtoxo? the coming war in Europe, and the
- money market thereby bocarning.sostringent as to
prevent the m?ernat?o^
loans on provniciaL'?osouxvt being raised. It is
"? al?)'apprehended that if GreatBritain were to go
to war with Rnss?v-On.tho ..Eastern question, the
United States,. AB'tho: ally of the latter, wouldat
ii, ;iarktb^ BritishcNorth American Provinces, thus
drawing all the disposable British troops to this
i, -, continent, and. - leavmg Franco smgUvhsnded to'
' fight Russia. In such ?';??^''^i^teh''.CoInmbiA;
. . : would be lost. Aa to the cession ci Busaian Amer^'
.! -ie*, ii was atflrst hoped hero that tho tiresty would;
aotbe ratified, and now the possession is likened
: onto Afine loo field. Greenbacks s??? ?t'27.toa7J
parities at 106 to 10^. ..
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
NEWS publishes th?/Oflt?a! List of Let
tersfjremainvng in t&e Postofflce at tile end
of each vieek, agreeably to thc following
section of the Areur Postoffice Law, as the
newspaper lixtving the largest circulation in
the City of Charlesion:
SECTION 0. And oe it farther enacted, That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled tor in any Postoffice in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shall bo printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in the newspaper
-which, hoing published -weekly or oftener; shall have the
largest circulation within rango of delivery of the said
OS- AU communications intended for publication in
Ulis journal must be addressed lo Hie. Editor 0f"?c
Daily News, No. 18 nayhe-slreet, Cliarleston,-S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Daily
. We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
tions. . " . s ., .
Advertisements outside of the city must be accompa?
nied with, the casli. j ; :
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 18, 18G7| (f
HUN, HERSCHEL V. JOHflSON.
The freedmen had a great mass meeting in.
Augusts, Ga., on Saturday last, at whjch mah j
speeches were delivered; among them one by."
cx-Gov. HERSCHEL V. JOHNSON. He said thai.
he could address tho colored people as hi?
friends; he wished them well, desired their
prosperity and advancement in thc social scaled
and success in all virtuous and worthy aims.'?
He said he had reason to be their friend. J,
When this war began, in the Providence of GooV!
under the laws of the land, as they then existed,
I owned a large number of daves. Dorins; all our
intercourse, wbUe they stood in that relation ito
mo, I can say that I never perpetrated, intention-;
"tionally, toward them an act of inj us tico or op^
Sression. Nearly all of thom are in my service to-.
ay. They are my friends. Thoy are contonted--'.
they are happy.. ' They expect to share equally
with me the fruits of then* labor. I have em?
ployed tb?m the present year in the business of
agTicultrure. The written contract between us is
that they are to receive one-half of all that is
made upon tb c plantation, and if they are faithful,
and Providence sends sunshine and rain, they will j
realize a handsome remuneration for their toil!
and I shall see to it that they receive every dollar
I to which they may he entitled.' The relations be?
tween me and thom, before they were emancipated,'
was that of mutual conSdonco, kindness and
friendship, s Since their emancipation, that rela?
tion hos undergone very little chango. . .
He then proceeded to tell them that it was a
great mistake to suppose that those who were
recently slaveholders cherish feelings of un?
kindness toward the negro race.
It is not so. The tono and temper of all the '
better and moro sensible people, so far as I have,
been enabled to aa certain, are kind, magnanimous
and just. I am aware, my friends, that in; various
forms efforts nave been made to induce you to be-'
lievo that the white race are vour enemies.
* .*.** * * * * *.'.*'
My friends, you and 1,1 and all of us, are Georfri
ans; wo wero born upon her soil; our kindred who
have gone before us sleep in the dust of our be?
loved State;-we nave been raised together; our
children have played together; together we have,
passed through many, scenes of sorrow and afilio-:
tion, as well as enjoyed many scenes of happiness
and of hope. Are all these' memories, of the past
to go for naught, and will you, in the hurry of tho '
moment, at the suggestion of those who, perhaps,
do not understand us. take it for granted that we
must be enemies to each other, and array ourselves
in hostile, attitude at the ballot box, and in all that
concerns our political welfare? Will you take it
for granted that wo are antagonistic, and cannot
Uve ia peace and harmony? My friends, let no
such feelings as these find a permanent lodgment
in your hearts. At all events, give to the race
.against whom it is sought tb array you a fair trial.
Put them to the test, and if they refuse.you your
rights "of freedom-if they persistently pursue a
courso of injustice, then withdraw your"confidence;
but, as sensible men, do not till then. !
We regret that want of space forbids our
giving his remarks in full. They were' in ex?
cellent spirit,-full of wholesome advice, and
cannot but bo productive of good results, .' ~,
"When -MT. -SEWARD recently made a pur?
chase of 460,000 square mil'es-of Russian Ter?
ritory, and '-annexed" it to the United States,
some averred he had presented the country
with a "sucked orange," and others that he had
got a "big thing on ice;" but beyond this wo
have heard of no serious complaint. As far as
TT? if??.-.,-, U?V ijuuitioa was not even submitted
to the "plebiscite." The seals, walrusses,
Esquimaux, Indians and Russian fur-traders,
who constitute'thc population of that delightful
district, -were not asked for their consent to
this summary transfer of their allegiance; but
as yet no objection has been heard of from
them. Annexations axe not so peaceably con?
summated in Europe. Rivers of blood are shed
before an acre even of royal domain is permitted
to change masters. But, notwithstanding these
sanguinary conditions, such schemes arc al?
ways on foot. Thus we find at this present
moment France casting a covetous eye ?. upon
Belgium and tho Bavarian Rhine Province, -
Prussia with her grasp on Luxembourg, and,
in fact, on all of Germany not already
thoroughly Prussian. Italy has her eye on the
Tyrol, and the Ancient Illyria. Greece wants
Crete and the other Turkish Greek Provinces;
and the Russian Eagle will -swoop down and
gobble up the remainder of Turkey, perhaps
magnanimously resigning the Danubian Prin?
cipalities to Austria. A great European war
may see some or all of these; "and perhaps,
many other changes brought, about. " * ;
We were led into this strain of thought on
seeing an article in last Saturday's Courrier dct
Etats Unis, on "The Annexation of Belgium.'*'
M. OLLIVIEU," in his speech in the. Corps L?gis?
latif, March 15, said "France ought not to have
one hand constantly stretched toward the
Rhineland the other toward Belgium; and for
this he said there was one reason stronger than
all the rest; and it is this, that the populations
of those territories do not desire annexation."
The Courrier des Etats Unis takes M. ?LLTXIEB
severely to task for so indiscreet an utter?
ance. It denies the premise, and will not as?
sent to " his conclusion. It: maintains, on tho.
contrary, that if Belgium were consulted, like
Savoy and Nice, by the voice of universal suf?
frage, a large majority would vote in favor of
annexation to France. ' Where did M. OitiviEB
get his facts? From VEcho du Parlement
and L'Ind?pendance Beige? If so, he is relying
upon very unreliable authorities. The former
is an official journal, and th? latter is' edited by
a Provencal from Marseilles, and we have
never heard, says the; Courrier^ that he had
been ' called to that position by universal suf?
frage-to represent Belgium before Europe.?
PAST AKD PEK9EST.
When NIEBUHR, the historian, in. the first
quarter of the present century made ?h? tour
of England, he-wrote to his father that he was
being whirled' in stage-coaches over the- roads
at the rapid rate of seven miles an. hour, and,,
therefore, was unable to c'iy the scenery, of
the country through whicu JO was passing.
This we read some y ears! ago with a smile, con?
scious of the superior^facilities for traVel^we.
enjoyed - on the . South - Carolina" .'.Railroad;! but
now; we fear, we have no longer on?'reason
for such,congi;atnlation. ; We, haye j^ei out?
stripped,, There are now railroads .is other
parts of the world that make better speedthan
the- aforenamed venerable corporation! While
at' the same time thc"ti^T^vc^?^^ji-^^??ii?t.
not greater, comfort than we are accuatomsd.to;
on the cars that daily make for this terminus.
Thus wo read of oars on the Michigan Central.
Railroad,'which: notonly have ?teganCjiylorsr;
and state rooms, but have in, a?dltion.a culb-w
ry department, by which the most recherche sup?
plies can be handed into the-drawing-rooms;'
aRd every luxury furnished that cab" Se asked
for, or desired in a first-class hote^anpVa?l this
while the (no longer impatient or weary) trav?
eller is getting on toward1 his; journey's end! at
the rate of ..forty,iniles ?nbout. " 1
We need no longer envy the proud ?adluxu
.rkroauQueen. of. Egypt,-.beneath . hen^ptirple.
awning and her dainty silver oars. Had she
Hved'-iri otrir day; she would certainly'h?V? pre.,
ferred to makc^her journey in the ..Plymouth
Rock" (the ?ame of one of the above mentioned
fcewr TSBTS at.^ Detroit). Is not thW^theage?^
progress, wheB : ?B unwashed- "Hoo?er*^ majr^
ride in plate ^greater than was at Oe c?znma?aoV:
of the most luxurious monarchs of the East ?
M. EVIXK ?>K Gut AU?) x. recently condemned
to pay affine of 4000. francs for writing in Iiis
newspaper,. La Liberte, an article headed "Lee
Meiliettres Destinecttr" has announced tb at he
will not pr?sccule lhe appeal, of which ho had
given notice tit tho time'ihis sentence was pro?
nounced. Ile says bc hos had the most 'ample
satisfaction" in the numerous :letters he has" re?
ceived from tho best and most distinguished men
in-France, tendering him their congi inflations
and sympathy, and' encouraging hlm'in his no?
ble martyrdom in the cause of liberty. There
have been attacks on tho "Government in La
Liberte, since tut date of the trial, every whit
tis'severe: ?%?h? one which caused his convic
?t?on. -}Ve havc.;only seen one, entitled "fl n'y
? y'as cw une seule fd?le commise,'' in answer to
M. ROUIIER'S. reply to M. TUIEHS. It was in
all respects as galling to the Government ns
the first one hod been. ' lt seems to bo no easy
matter, after-all, .to suppress oriticism
WASTED TO RENT. A RESIDENCE,
within 15 minutes walk of PostofBce. Address
RESIDENCE, Daily News Ofllco. 1* April 18
?~NY INFORMATION OF WILLIAM AU
-jSi' GUSTUS'CUBBIE wUl lie?tliankfolly rocoived by
his brother, SAMUkL M. CUBBIE, at St George's, S. C.
April 16_j_ ?_Imo
1TTISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
W that can cut < and make men and boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's dresses, can keep houso, and make
herself generally useful in tho : house, kitchen and
garden: ! Low' terms. Good, references given if required..
Any one writing pleaso state terms; Address
I ! j .X' '"C. W." BOX3V
April 7. ?"? ' - ? .-Vance's Ferry, S. C.:.
?j ?%f? j .-p.'iE GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
IW^*3?ING MACHIN?," $237^War^^ 5150
?3>er month, and all expenses paid, to sell tho Genuino
Bartlett Sewing- Machine This Machine will do all the
work that can bo done on any high-priced machine, and
iafuBy patented, hcuusodand warranted for five years.
Wo poy-the Above wages,- or a <x>raxnission, from which
twice that amount ! can be mode. ! For Circulars and
terms address H. HALL & CO.. No. 721 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa. 38 April 10
mo RENT,; THE STORE NO. 440 HING
JL STREET, fourth door above Calhoun, with Counters,
I Shelving, etc To an approvod tenant tcrmB reasonable
[ Apply on the premises. . , - thni3*_. April 18
ri?? BEST, THE HOTEL - IN SUMMER
I X VILLE, known as BROWN'S HOTEL, opposite
Episcopal Church, eitherfa Booms or altogothor.
Terms.-For lio3ms furnished $7 per mouth, unfur
I nished SS.
. A LABGE STORE. 30 by ?0 feet; and two small
j STOKES. The aa-all stores havo two rooms attached.
For terms. Ste., apply to Mrs. J. T. BBOWN,
April 16 tuthsl3 Summerville.
RICH. STABLE. TO RENT.-A COMMO?
DIOUS: BRICE STABLE, with accommodations
for horses and vehicles, can be hired, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply on premises, No. 59 C-UKCH
SEBEET; west sido; near Tradd. '. ? ' April ll
mo i RENT,- FOR ONE OR A TERM OF
f years, a DWELLING houso with a corner store, a
good stand for Grocery and Bar Room. Apply to No. 3
COLUMBUS STREET._3?_April 16
rRENT, 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.. ON, near
SMITH STREET. April 13
mo RENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. 93
I KING STREET, with use of a fino cistern. For
"'further partRttlars, apply on-the"premises. ?
TO RENT .-THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. 58 Cannon street, near Rutledge Av?
enue, containing six upright and two attic rooms, with
gas throughout cistern, well, .and ample kitchen accom?
modations. To an approved tenant terms moderate :
possession given on l'Jth inst Enquire at WILKINSON
ii GILCHRIST'S LAW OFFICE, No. 48 Brood street
April 17 _-_.._ '._
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
now - occupied by Mr. A. N. Cohen as a Clothing
Store, two doors above Georgo street on tho northeast
side: a'.so, the upper part of tho house may bc had with
the store. Possession given on tho first day of May. To
a good and responsible party tho rent will be moderate
For further particulars, apply to P. EPSTTN'S, corner
King and Wentworth streets, under Masonic Hall.
April 16_. _
TO RENT OR FOR SALK CHEAP, THE
delightful. RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street For
I rarBculars, address B. F., Daily News Office.
February 20 ; ._
-VTTTOAl?'8 FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
STREET, TO RENT. Apply on tho premises.
FOR SALE, A GOOD, GENTLE MILK
COW. Apply at No. 4 BULL STREET. April 18
TGV>R SALE, A FINE MILCH COW. SHE
JP gives about fifteen quarts milk a day, and is very
gentle. Apply at No. 195 ST. PHILIP STREET, near
Line street . thstu3* r - ? April 18
TTIOR SALE, A PLEASURE BOAT, S?HOO
_U WV.K dm^-i. ixileto ntslivn wui> ^-HS ADn ABT..
Apply at FAIRCHILD & HAMLEN'S OFFICE, foot
Laurens street_ 2? April 18
T7H>R a ALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN APHXLA?
JD DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles students to fall instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medico,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren. Principles and Practico of Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of the - first Medical Universities of
the country, a favorable opportunity is offered those
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply at this
Onice. .. December 15
dhrABEWABB WILL BE PAID FOR
WDfcJV/ tho recovery of a HORSE MULE, stolen from
Mr. Thomas Bay's Plantation in St James Goose Creek
Parish, in January lost Said Mule is tall, eight or
lime years old, a dark bay, has a scar on hind leg near
the fetlock, - also some scars across the withers, caused
by a cart chain. Apply at this office.
April 18 - thstuS
CITY CHANGE BILLS.
CITY CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS. STATE
OF S. C. BILLS RECEIVABLE. For sale in par
i eels to snit purchasers.
Clir CHANGE BILLS
CITY CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS (bearing:
j G per cent interest, and receivable for taxes and other
dues to the city) '
BILLS receivable of the State of South Carolina.
Apply to . ALONZO J. WHITE & SONS,
Aprttl7 ? : 2 . Office No. 58 East Bay Street
WE HAVE THIS DAY A8SCK3LVTED OURSELVES
TN PARTNERSHIP, for thc transaction of a'GEN?
ERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, un?
der tho name of JOHN & THEO. GETTY, at No. 48 X
EAST BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves. ,
Particular attention given to Purchase and Sole of Cot?
ton, Bice, Provisions, Naval Stores, 4c, Ac .- "
' Consignments solicited. -JOHN GETTY,
Charleston, March 28,1867.
References-E. A. Sounxm tc Co., J. T. A-USTJBOEB & Co.,
I Philadelphia; BKETT, SOS tc Co., STUBGESS tc Co., New
i York. _ . March 30
BOARD!S6 ASD DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
; . T. A TITRA
i "1\TR8 JOHN LAURENS, ASSISTED BY THE REV.
I jJjL Wi B.CW. HOWE, at No. 18 Coming street.
Tenn commencing October 1st, and ending July ist.
-For particulars opuly as above.
October 18 th
?E. CAIN .
TT AS REMOVED HIS RESIDENCE'AND OFFICE, TO
n No. 48 Society street, between Sing and Mooting.
; April C :. . : '..'.-..:. ?...,!.->>-?- . 8tuth6
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Books, Pictures, Engravings and Instruments, at
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The subscriber having determined to'retire from busi?
ness, presents to the public the opportunity of purchas?
ing BOOKS, STATIONARY and Fancy- Gooda, at half
price. Bibles, Prayers, Testaments,, in variety and size,
Hymn Books of,, all denominations, Novels, Travels, Bl.
ographies, History, Theology, Scientific, Agricultural,
OartfcniBg, Coolong and Sporting Worits, Note Paper $1
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Envelopes at S2 and $2 60 per thousand. Como and .
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Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY ? CO., MANAGERS.
rVY3 BE DRAWN AT COVLNGT'" "V KT., 15TH ???
JL 30th of each month. Scheme, ?0,000- tickets 627
prizes. Whole tickets,: US; halves,. ?6;. quarters, S3;
.eighths, il 60. M ?. . -. -'-r .-...'
T fttize'of.;.:.^."..'.tet?fio? "a,pilEes.?)f.".'.....tsJooo
i Pdz^.;:v....?..?30,000 -2? PrizesT;.-;.-... .?Loco
1 Prize of............?MX? ?3 Pris?rof..l.;^..;.?400
lPrii?of."...v; . ?7.00oJlS5^*iresoi...... J8?
- aaosrfcesofraaR.. .
64 ApproiimationPrizee amounting to 49.300. - : :'? .
Combination Lottery, draws every day. Tickets: from
*i to eic . .-.,. .-...
" '? Crrculsrg sent free.' ! Drawings matted os soon asi the
Lottery ls drawn. - *' - v
. Address Hi 3C Prj^BBv Umte4Stiie? Lfwased^Agenf
Na. at Jassslscoer, cheleston, 8. C., c_-Ke J KoxC-il' O'
"Vebrtmef 30' . '". " ; ' ., .V .*.'. 3mov
Wlaoiesale &^0Eletail I>ealei?s
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BOOKS, Jc^OWKlnO?S, i
?EWS^?iEBjB,^ T? Tip NEBYr ?E'jPC,
. : qIt?w?lest?iL, c. ,s..
:':? The IRATEST ISSUES of tho I'rcns always on hand. ',
.... babscrlptions.received and Goods -deUVTred or forw
AH CASH OBDEE3 will be promptly attended to.
.- 'ggovuary 3#-*:* J :'.'.-*- v;*:. '-?; ?:-,?- ; - ?. jy
LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.
AN EXTRA MEETING OP THE LADIES' MEMO?
RIA!, ASSOCIATION wTR be holli ot tho Monome
Hall. This Afternoon, 18th Instant ot fi o'clock. Mem?
bers ore requested to bo punctual in attendance. ' a?
business of inte ron? *m? iuiportonoo will bo diBoiirwed.
By order of thc Presid? nt. ? 2 April 18
UNION KILWINNING , LODGE, :No. 4,
A. F.' M.
THE REGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE
win bo held TAM Evening, at Masonic Hall, ot 7K
O'Clock. .... .... - . - .. - R3SKS ?
Candidates for" tho Third Dogrco frill bo punctual.
By ordor of tho W. M.
W. E. HOWLAND.
18 _ 1 * Secretary.
PALMETTO BASE BALL CLUB.
ASPECIAL MEETING OF THE PALMETTO BASE
BALL CLUB wal bo held 77?> Evening at 8 o'clock,
ot tho Live Oak Club House. Punctual attendance ls
particularly requested, as business of importance will
be Submitted. WM. H. BELL AM V,
April 18_1 Secretary,
PHCEXDC FIRE ENGINE COMPANY
ATTEND A .REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF
your Company at Market HaU, TAi? Evening, 18th
instant, at 8 o'clock. Tho Arrear List -will be read.
April 18_1 Secretary.
ST. GEORGE'S SOCIETY.
THE 131TH ANNIVERSARY OF THIS SOCIETY
witt bb celebrated at TULLEY'S BOOMS, King
street, near Queen, on Tuesday, the 23d inst. Tho Mem?
bers will assemble at 12 o'clock for the Election ol offi?
cers and transaction of other business.
DINNER will bo on table at 6 P. M. All tho Members
aro respectfully invited to attend. - .
: : C. E. ^WUNDERLICH, )
GEO. E. GIBBES, J Stewards.
A J. CBEIGHTON, J
April 18 _guning
mHE REGULAR MEETING OF THIS SOCIETY WILL
JL bo hold on Friday Evening, tho 10th instant, ot 8
o'clock, at Tully's, No. 124 King street
JAMES SIMONS, Jr.,
April 18 . -.2 Secretary.
Wat ftattStnben am SfRontao. ?lbcnb, ben 22tcit ?H>ni,
in ter Snrnbaflc. Gmtritwtartcrt finb frei aden ?D?itglicb
crn rest Vereins ju erhalte?. Sad ISemmittcc.
April 18 thru 2
Ser (S?an?ieli(d)-?ntvcrifd)cn ftitdjc wirb auf Oftcrmon
tag cir.c ?aiitpartbic auf ben iSrbii?cnplats madlen. Sic
Gltein ber ?inbcr, fe ?ic bic fr?heren ?cbrer finb ?tcvmit
D?fiiC?ft ctngclabcn. Set i?abnuia. jnm gcttplaUc getyt ein
ige 9)??mttcnnaf$ .7_USr SUngcna oom. Storth-ISaftern Sc
pstaS.i grabet folien kcf??alb puiift 7 Uhr in meinem
Sdsnnetate fein) ober ?in ben Sltcrn nad> bern Abgang?
f?nfte gcbradit werben. 9t. 3. Soffman,
SBttb fiattfinben aht-?ftcnt ?Oiontag, bert 22ten Stpril,
im Scutfdicn Spr?^cn-?anfe, in ebalmcrS<-StTa?c. Sin'
faun 8 U6r Slbciib?. eintritt .SI.
Committee: 3o6n Scyr, (tyairman, 3. 5. 3obann8,
fi. Slbcrt, S. i>on Gi?cn, unb S3. fienue.
I April 8_8, IS. 18,32?
@tit ?cutler SS all
SBirb ftattfinben am Qfterntontag, ben 22tcn ?tbrif,
I 1S67,~ ?ojn alle meine 'iyrciinbc nnt 33cranntc ergebenft
lingetaben finb. eintritt $1. Slnfi ig 7 llbr.
2? m. ? d) r 8 b cr,
Sdc ?on i??i3 unb SincSrafic.
April IC . , tuthsmi*
AGRAND BALL FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY wm be
I given at the Hibernian Hall, on Monday Evening, April
I tho 22d, . .
JOHN M. TOUHEY, Chairman.
JAMES COSGROVE, I WM. BAKER,
GARRETT BYRN-, A. FARRELLY,
CHARLES MULVEANY, I P. HARVEY.
TICKETS can be procured from any of the above !
Commitoe. Prien $2. **" smwfSmG April 13
HATS AND CAPS.
BILLS RECEIVABLE, j
BILLS BECFJ-VABLE,. OF THE STATE OF SOUTH I
I CABOLINA, will be received ot par tn payment for HATS
I unt? 28th inst., at ' STEELE'S "HAT HALL,"
' . No. 313 King-street
April ll th2 8Lm of the "Big Hat"
c<T>xsi^m A dix TJ?J e
The subscribers have just received
I a fine and complete assortment of I
tho celebrated ki PERISCOPIC |
LENS," in Gold, Silver, Steel, and
Shell Frames, which they are pre?
pared to adapt to all who. may suffer
from Defective Tision.
Prices reasonable and to suit the
ALLAN & SIDDONS
No. 307 KING STREET,
Sign of the " Gold Spectacles."
N. B.-The PERISCOPIC LENS
j fitted to old frames at the shortest
April 16 tuthi
THEO. F. CBUPEHV,
OFFICE, - - - So. 275 K?SO STREET,
NEARLY: OPPOSITE HW.. .
mHE* MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH -TS- !
I SERTED at moderate prices.
?5" TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of |
Or by DB. BICHABDSON'S apparatus for producing
March 5 tutha Gmo
SADDLES, HARNESS, ETC,
(J. & T. Ss 'HEFPBON, SU?PEEINTEI^Ea?TS,)
FIRE CAPS, BELTS, .ETC.,
AT McKENSIE'S OLD STAND,
i Comer Church and Chalmers streets. '
. .Jannary, Wt."- ',.'-'? : ;.->?- stothSmoa.
?-. yO.^CK?^TEra^r, V: I. :;
J. General Comnussion Merchant,
Maiatil^tnii^r ?f "leaper,
li O. 137 R GADS 8TRB ET, ?
- Corner HudsonStreet, New TfbrS.
TpkEALEB TN PAPES ANT> TN'?-MATKBIALS OF
. J_/. cverydeacription tor itt rnanufacture. .
^beoemuer 18 '?'< -si, . Onto I
EXCELSIOR! EXCELSIOR !;..
dHASTELl^^'S 1 ;
Vox Removing Snperflncmst Hair.
rff^Q THE LADIES FaPECIALLY, THTS :INVALtrABLE
JL depilatory recommends lteelf os being on almost tn-: :
dispenaible article to female beauty, is casfiy.aSpB?d,
doc? not burn or Injure tho skin, but acts directly on the
roota..": Iiis warranted to remove superfiuoua hair from ?
low foreheads, or from any part of the-b<- iy, completely, "
tory in existence. Price 75 cents per package, aent post?
paid to any address, on receiptofan ordor, by i " '
"". . . _. BEBGE^S^ '
.?iMarchVaO'^';.. ljrT. ^ ?;Sw:aW;BlTsrt?Sit?<q^^ .
_ INTELLIGENCE OFFICE.1 ? '.' '
r- P.BONFORT, ) r ' " s
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
No. 399 KING STREET,
(Opposite Burns"' Junii*-},
BEGS TO INFOBM
bor customers, sud thu
Ladies' gcncroDy that she
will IBIS DAY open her
large and, beautiful stock
AND OTHER MILLINERY GOODS.
MBS. ZEBNOWS STOCK HAS BEES SELECTED
vltb great care, with a view to moot the tastes and pock
!ts ol tho public. A call before purchasing solicited.
Will be opened April 18th.
choice assortment of FANCY MIL?
LINERY, comprising all the styles
For the season, and of very choice
Material. The Stock is complete, and
the attention of customers is in?
No. ?23 King street.
April IS_ thstuG
MRS. E. MASTERMAN,
(AT M. & A. ASHTON'S,)
No. 405 KING STREET,
Opposite Barns' Lane,
mAKES LEAVE TO INFORM THE LADIES OF
JL Charleston that aho hos opened her STOCK OF
MILLINERY for their Inspection, including a good as<
SPRING BONNETS, HATS, ETC.,
WITH A GENERAL VARIETY OF THE MATERIAL
required in the business,
At Reasonable Prices.
April IC tuthsO
MISS ROSA MURTLAND'S
No. 295 King Street,
(OVER MESSES. SHEPHERD & COHEN'S.)
MISS MTJBTLAND JUST RECEIVED, PER
..Manhattan," a beautiful assortment of SPRING
AND SUMMER MILLINERY, and solicita a call.
Latest Styles always ou hand.
April 6 tuthslmo
MADAME F. L?DEC?S,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOOPS,
NO. 252 KING-ST, Up-Stairs.
PTVAKES THIS OPPORTUN ITV OF INFORMING THE i
I LADIES of Charleston, and vicinity, that she hos
recently opened a largo assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would be glad if La- I
dies would caB and examine them.
Mrs. Ludccus promises to seR at the cheapest possible
rates, being satisfied with small profits.
STAMPING AND FANCY WORK
Done ot the ?hortest notice.
She has the agency also of Madame Demorcst for the
eale of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the aid of which
every Lady can be her own Fashionable Dressmaker.
April G_stn th
EMPORIUM OF FASHION.
S. S. J.
"WILL OPEN ' ON WEDNESDAY MORNING,
APRIL 17TH, AT
NO. 371 KING STREET.
A CHOICE STOCK OF
SPRING ?ND SUMMER MILLINERY.
Dress Trimmings, Etc.
ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
PATTERNS FOR LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S \
DRESSES, COVERINGS, Etc
GREAT ATTRACTION !
JUST RECEIVED, AND OPENING DAILY. A
splendid asasortment 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 see, and you wUl find tho cheapest, combined
with the most select Gooda, offered lower than ever since
the war. '
No. 306 KING STBEET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts.
March 12_" _ tnth?2mo
KO. 143 MEETING STBEET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
' Domestic Dry Goods,
I'NVITE THE ..ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO 1
JL their Stock, which ia entirely new. carefully elected,
and will be sold at a em an advance on first cost; for cash
or short timo approved paper.
. E. W. MARSHALL."
>,V,-. j - - W.T. BURGE.
. . , O. A. BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CAL?, THE ATTEN- 1
HON of the farmer patrons.of. Messrs. W. T. BURGE & 1
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE. AND ATTRACTIVE, 1
entirely now; purchased during tho recent depression a?
Northern Marketa. Orders promptly executed.
Marchi .:?i> W. T. BURGE.
THE IIP ?
- AT TE05 WOHMtHSTTL BEVELATIOJfS "\
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
IVfaaajaae H. A. P?RR1GO.
SHH KEV ALS SECRETS HO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness thoa?) who, from doleful
avente, catastrophes, crosses m love, loss of relations and -
friends, loea of money, &c, -nave become despondent
She bringa together thoso long separated, gi ves informa
tto concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost OT
etalon property, tell? yon. the business j yon are best
qualified toparme and in what you will be most BUooess
fcL causee speei r raarriagee, and tells yon the very doy
you wdl marry, ^irea yon the names, likeness and char?
acteristics of the pofaou. She roads your rear thought?,
and by her almost supernatural powers, unvntls the dark
sad ntdden mysteries of tbefutnre, Prcm fbo stsro wo
ase tn the firmament--the malefic stan that overe?me:?,
pr^rrdttlt^tn fl"? tpittfignimMim <m the aspects and
positions of tho planets and the fixed stars lathe heavens
atthe?m?-of Birth, abe deduces tho future destiny of
man. Fail not to consult the greaten Astrologist on
earth. It e^attjWLbaf^Mfis; and you may never again
have so favorable ari opportunity. Consultation fee, with
Kkenesa and aE desired fajfonuatton, KL Parttes living,
ai* distance can consult the Afadamo by maD.wUh equal
safsty and satisfaction to themselves, aa If to person. A
foll and eipitelt char', written out. with ?ll inquiries on
sweredand Ukraeaaenc?beed, sent by mail on r?ceint of
prJoe above mentioned. Tho strictest set-rosy w?'?bo
roajnteiaed, ?nd all correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. BeferencescJ the Mgfceot order furnished those de
atlihg them. Write rjalnly the doy of tho month and
ysar In which you wereborn, encloains a anal! lock bi
:.. Addreaei" ^.-" .? ::':-'^'?^UHB.H. A: PEBRIGO, ???
<r-, - T KV? 1^*??%Bomigs,!." \
Haren 80 ?-? ??.:'?*;?.. jy. .
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
?XTR1 CHOICE SUG AR CU R EI)
'f\ BARRELS OF THE CELEBRATED BRAND OF
IV "Wm. Clifford Ncff." for walo by
J. ntN'-TlOFT. Jr.. Bf'l<"r.
April 18 thtu2 . No. MC East Bay. _
?IDES, SHOULDERS,- HI?MS, &C.
> tr BHDS EXTRA CLEAR SIPES
5 O 60 liliC? Prime Clear Hlb Sides
00 blute Primo Ribbed Sides
40 lilid* Primo Shoulders
100 bbls Prime Mess Pork
TO tierces Leaf Lani.
In store, and foi suio low by
JEFFORDS k CO.,
_AprH18_ 2 No. 27 Vendue Range. _
CORN AND HAY.
BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN
125 bale** Hay-landing from steamer Al?
oco from Pliiltdclphia, and for wlo~by
n. F. BAKER te CO.,
April 1ft 1 Xo. 20 Cumberland street.
BACON, FLOUR, PORK.
[> f\ CASES PRIMK UNSMOKED SLUES AND SHOUL- I
0\J DERS I
10 cases Extra Bacon Breakfast Strips
20 barrels Choteo Pig Hams, small size
17 barrels Moss Fork
300 barrels Family, Extra, Super and Common Flour
Molasses. Su,rar, &c. kc
20 TUBS CHOICE "NEW" BUTTER
40 boxes Cheese
25 cans Pure Leaf Lard
25 Wt? No. 1 Salmon.
Landing and for sale, by J. & F. DAWSON.
Corner East liay and Accommodation Wharf.
1 AAA SACKS (LARGE AND STRONG) HVER
JLV/UU TOOL SALT. For ?ile by
_April 16_?5_ HENRY COBLA <fc CO^_
HAMS ! HAMS I! H AMS !!!
TIERCES OF :HE FOLLOWING BRANDS OF
Choice SUGAR CURED HAMS
DUFFIELDS ?daily expected)
CASSARDS and COULTER k CO.,
all of choice quality, in tine order, just received and for
salo by HENRY COBLV ft CO.
1 AA BBLS- AND TIERCES MOLASSES
XV/VJ1 50 bbls Low Priced Sugar?.
For salo by HENRY COBIA & CO.
April IC 3
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
"I rv HHDS. C. B. BACON SinES
JL Vf lo boxes R. Bacon Sirte*?
5 bl ids. Shoulders
5 bbls. Sugar-Cured Stripe
10 boxes Breakfast Belly Bacon
20 halfbblB. Family Beef
200 bbls. Flour, Extra. Stipor and Fine
25 hexes Factory Cheese
For salo WM. GURNEY,
April 16 4 No. 102 Eost Bay.
(1AR1IART, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
A MERIGAN EXPRESS BUILD TNG, NOS. 55, 57. (
/\ and Ol, Hudson street, near Duauo, New York.
T. F. CARHABT.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 Gmo A. T. HAMILTON.
WHOLESALE AN*T> RETAIL DEALER IN
CLOTHS, CASHMERES AND VESTINGS,
GESTS' FURNISHING GOODS?
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 Cmos CHAELESTON. S. C.
THE RH TONIC MW 1 USE !
TUST RECEIVED FROM MADAME DEMOREST THE
tf latest styles
DRESS MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,.
Cloaks, Basques, kc, modo to order.
Country crders Ulled promptly.
MISS E. J. BONNEE, " "
Brood street, next east of Mansion House.
April 2 Imo
SOlTHERJi EXPRESS C0MP1N?,
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGH1
TO ANT POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PL.ANT, President,
April 10 .. ' , _ Augusta. Ga.
OFFICE: OF CAPTAIN OF POUCE, I
CHARLESTON, Bj C., AprQ12,1S87. J
rjTHE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE IS PUBLISHED
_L fbr the benefit of oil whom rt may concern.
C. B. SIG WALD,
. . Captain of Police.
JSc 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 up, in some conspi?
cuous place, at his or her business stand or stand,, a
?abnspicuous Sign Board or Plate, containing his or her
given name and surname, and, in case of a partnership,
the given mime and miriam o of each member of the firm ;
and every person so offending, or ?nnvi^e default herein,
shall forfeit and pay io tho ??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 ron-oin not complied with: Provided, however.
That nothing herein contained shall apply to the special
partners of a limited partnership.
Ratified December 2.1851.
Extract from Ordinance notified November WHh, 180C
SEO. 5. No cloth awning shall be put up in sucha man?
ner as to obstruct foot passengers; and no sign-board
shall be. erected otherwise than thirteen feet from the sur
lace of thc ground or foot pavement * * * I
under a penalty of Twenty Dollars for each and every I
day, white any such awning or sign-board, fixed or farm- I
ed otherwise .than os herein directed, sholl so remain.
? ?m . * m * ? nt * tc-.
SEO. 6. No person or person? whosoever shall, for the
purpose of exposing any goods, commodities, or other
articles for salo, place, or caused to bo placed, any such
goods, commodities, or other articles whatsoever, or any
table, bench, stall-board, box, or other appendage, in
any street, lone, alley, or public thoroughfare, or any
foot-pavement within tho City, under a penalty of
Twenty Dollars for each and every such offence, and for
each ?nd every night or day, as-the case may be, on
which any such offence is committed: Provided, ho-r
ever. That Vendue Masters snail be permitted to exposer
before their stores such goods and commodities ss they
sen at public auction, but not to take up more room than
the front of their respective vendue, stores,, and to" tho
distanco of six feet beyond tho same. ' . -
-SEO. 6; Bo 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, lier; or them belonging or consigned, to lay or
stand tor a longer space than four hours, in any Btreet,
lane, alley, or publia thoroughfare within the City, un?
dera penalty or Two Boilers; with costs; fer every hour
that any such arUcio or thing shall so lay or stand be?
yond the above mentioned time : excepting materials for
Tmilding^in regard to which tho. following regulations
shan be observed,' namely :' When any person or persons
shsB erect or repair any houso or other building,
upon ?". any street, . lane; ailey, or open court,
within the ''city? he, eho,--or they shall make
application for the nee of so muon of the street
or public.way as shan not- exceed tho front of tba
lot on which such building ie to be erected, nor extend
moro than six feet into the street; which space such per.
son or persons' shall forthwith enclose with asufficient:
fence, at loaat six foci high, in order to deposit within tho
same tho requisito 'materials tor . building and repairing ;
and such fence, together with vie regaining material, he,
ene or th ey shall remove ns soon as the work be' finished,
or whenever the OSsfatshan -reetalre it, on pain of for
feiUngTwo Dollars for every.hour that such fence or such'
materials shan afterward remain, um-emoved; and cm
pain, also, of having the' same: removed stints, her. or
theirexpense, by .the City authorities. ,..?. r,- -*. -, .
April 13 :.' - ..' . .. v-f- 16 ss
JKV "?TrrHKKERS and HUB. -,^aew
W TACHES forced to ?f5*??
ff. - WM grow upon the smoothest B,'2W- ?
: nice in from three- to?ftvs---w .
?-?>aKM"' .'.'waeSsbynemgI-r.- SKVtG- JBftjH ? -
gjagL NB'S-. RESTAURATEUB flffii
^WTAMBW CAPILLAIBE. tho roost. ?daBHBs?.
QfflHHT"^. wonderful discovery In -mo- *8HBr?^
.. dcm science,.acting troon '-^TSf
the Board and Hair ia sn^ almc^ miraculous xnaSfor. It
^becrriiBedbytbe eUt? of. Parla ona london with the
CiOrt flattering success. Names of ?il purchasers wei
Oe registered, and ii entire satisfaction is not given in
svery Instance, th? money will bo ehoorfully refunded.
Price by mail, aaslcd and r>cstrmia,' 31.1 Descriptivo dr
rcdarsand teatofmiaKmailed freo: Address BERGER,
5HUTTS & CO., Ch-mitts, No. 386 River street. Troy. N.
ST.. Bole Agents far- the United Saltos. -
. El ; M; SHITING-,
IHrAS BSSBDVBD EISOFFICE- FROM CHALMERS
Jtlt .-street tft .No, . 88 CHURCH BTREET, one door
lOTtb ci Bi^jrtreet. AuswrW'
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
I OrtA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT IN FINE CON
L4UW Di l ION luiiduig from bark Effort
For Bale by VT. B. SMI I'H & CO..
April lu Kapior'a Bange.
F LO Ult.
,)Cr BBLS EXTRA QUALITY BALTIMORE FLO OB.
Q0 For walo by W. B. SMITH .V CO.
April 18 1 Nt pier's Bango.
J?RN, OATS, BRAN, SHORTS, &c
3AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CGRN
JUVU COOO bushels prLao Oats
3000 bushels Bran
1000 bushels Shorts
200 bbl?. Extra Superfine and low priced FI,OUK
20 bbls. Extra Bye Flour
60 bbls. Corn Meal,
AND TO AIUITVE
10.000 bushels prime white and yellow COBN, in
mik and bag', per schooners Ella Fish and J. Richardson.
For salo by .INO. CAMPSEN k CO.,
No. ll Market opposite State street.
QAA BALES PRIME N. B. HAT, LANDING FROM
Ov/U steamer Manhattan on Brown's Wliarf, and
br salo low by JNO. CAMPSEN k CO.,
No. ll Market street, opposite Stale.
_ April 18_ _ 2
CORN ! CORN !
A f\ f\ Ci BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN LAND
Ttvvv INO, and for salo in lot? to suit purchasers.
SCHEVEN & NISBET,
April 17 ?_2_Accommodation Wharf.
CANDLES AND SOAP.
?)AA BOXES CANDLES
?i \J\J 100 boxes Soap
Ot superior quality just received and for sale by
April 10_ ?5_ HENEY COBIA it CO.
Q AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN. LAND
?UUU INO from schrs. Hopkins and Elwell.
For sale by W. B. SMITH k CO.,
April IB_ Napier's Bango.
QAA A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE COBN NOW
Q\J\J\J landing from Schooners "E. J. Palmer,"
"C. W. Elwell" and "L H. Hopkins."
For salo by T. J. KERB k CO.
BUTTER ! ! !
100 FIRIONS-100 FIRKINS.
CHEAP. CHEAP. CHEA?. CHEAP.
CHEAPER. CHEAPER. CHEAPER
CHEAPEST. CHEAPEST. CHEAPEST.
GOOD. GOOD. GOOD. GOOD.
GEO. W. CLARK & CO.'S
KfflPML LlfflEM) & CO.,
Choice Family Groceries,
No. 66 MARIOT-ST.,
Form DOOKS EAST OF Miarrrsn.Charleston, S. C .
SSS- GOODS PURCHASED OF US DELIVERED TO
ANT PORTION of the City Free of Ch argo.
February 19 tutbs2tuo9
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPOBTEBS OF
FINE WISES.- BRANDIES, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KENGST.,
MB. EVEKT E. BEDFORD. THE MANAGER OF
THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to the customers and patrons for their liberal
patronage and appreciation of the quality of goods pur?
chased by tur-m during the past year. It has been, and
always will iw cur aim, to PLEASE OUB CUSTOMERS,
and as we offer for salo the first quality of all kinds 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
tho management, would be pleased to see his friends at
No. 259, assuring them that all goods pcrclka??? ?ft
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELL ABE. IMPOSTED DIRECT BY W. S.
CORWIN k CO., and pass through no other hands, en?
abling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND1
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at the following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HY80N.SE 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON.:.1 BO to 1 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER. 2 26
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST.2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST.. 1 BO
CHOICEST OOLONG. 2 00
CHOICE OOLONG. 1 SO
Wo koep, also, a supply of cheaper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA. MIXED, at SI SO
Just received, a new supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE,
45c; PARCHED. SOC.; GROUND. 52c; OLD RIO, 85c.
The PARCHED COFFEE wo represent to be of the
FIRST QUALITY, parched by na with great care. A trial
or these Coffees, Green. Parched and Ground, wQl conv
vince the consumer on that point.
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYBA.
The FILLING OF ORDERS personally attended fc* by
one of the Managers. Goods delivered to all parts 'jj tba
city FBEE OF CHARGE
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER will avrivo on
Tuesday. 3mo Feb mary 4
OFFICE CLERK Or" COUNCIL, 1
- ?'-'?':' .Marchi, 1867. j
ALL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL?
ING spirituous liquors, within the city limits, who
have not executed their bonds and taken ont the prower
cards to show that they have license to sell. wiB be re?
ported as not complying with the law, at tuc Monda j-, 5 th.
inst. . " , ;
Those who have cards are .hereby notified to have thei
same placed in a conspicuous place in the window. All!
failing to observe this notice wifl also bo reported, after ?
tho above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH,
Marcha _ . Clerk of Conn oj.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an 'Ordinance to Baise. Sup
Siles for the ya ir 1867," is published for the. Information
f persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, wno ar?
not residents of "this city. An auch persons are hereby
notified to report at thia office.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by '?ons not r?sidents, by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 ' - _ Clerk of Connell
TEMPOS rJBMlJlFffll SOS IN AfflM.
FIR THE CUBE OP CONSUMPTION. PAINS IN THE:
CHEST AND SIDES. DIFFICULTY IN BREATH
INO, BRONCHITIS. CATARRH. ASTHMA, COUGHS I
HEMORRHAGE, and all affections of the Longs. -
Thia great ?viviryer is offered to tho public, that all
who wm avail themselves of ?B remedial power may be
benefittec*. ; '. 1* . ' (-",.?'?.'.
It only r?uniras a fair trial to confirm Ita urnlnaM*
agency indlfltiinng through each channel of the human
organisation arestored vflaHty. ?invigorates and em
bues^l^nigswUhhialthfttl elasticity -Restores warmth,
which ia their essential element: rouses the atagriah. vi?
sela inactivity; heals the affected tobessTttxttSea and.?
enriches the blood; regulates the, drculai&?rWieM *
free and easy reimiratton, and expels, through its admin--,
Istratton, each and every concomitant disorder ?posent In.
Tb^compbuhcVla perfectly salb, possessing neither
narcotic nor rmotic properties, which^mfortunatclv ar?
ctt?nfin*i'^ wan' Jreguent fata', re
LS^SS?1^^^ ^ WProve? ana oraluabl?
Spe^ ^mottdl?twa?ing ^Couth y*?*, ??.cuUFto
nn^thtog ajul^pa^aU? . BQreno?! subside, n?Kmorrhaoe
ii???J?? Proprietor, northwest corder SOCIETY
^AprOa"^"'^W*?1^ *ad. ^pr?wdpalDrcggista.
Oh1 aho was beautiful and fair.
With Btarry eyes, and radiant hair.
Whose curung tendrils, acft entwined,
Enchained tho very heart and mind,
X^/1*: '-rr ' CRISPER COMA,
Ste Curling the Edt of either Sox into Wavy
' and Glossy Kinglets or Heavy Massive,
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By USING THIS ARTICLE LADIES ANT? GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves "a Owrasand-mM.
Kia the oaar^jtaje-to ttl? ?arid that Wvm^S^p:
S? Sn* ^^^-JrV^ ??** arador
?e kind over offered to tia., Ameritan public. The
tor?/^^ ^1?^?te^?Mtod and
Maiiili ?l' ? ^^^^^f^^1''^'^'^ SyWacttto. N. y.
COMMISSIOHEaas OPM?KKH1TS. ?
E^^P^*? ESCETVED-rOB BUILDING
Pwpoaal? to be barndee} to oa or ??for? the 20th Inst.
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