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NEWS SUMMARY. .
. Cotton closed in New York with a decline ol' lc.
?Middling Uplands 26c.
Gold closod at 1371al37J.
At Liverpool, Cotton was inactive. Middling
Uplands ILid; Orleans ll|d.
Four hundred and nineteen deaths occurred in
New York last week.
The Stato Librarian of Minnesota is a woman, a
AH FX was ro-ently married in San Francisco,
Cal., to a Chinese D2II0, Miss Cult Ho.
The Sultan of Turkey threatens to make war
on Greece for countenancing the Cretans in their
Count ScirwABo, of Bot.ton, has presented tho
?Howard University At Washington with one thou?
sand volumes. *,* "' . .
Thirty thousand dollars worth of jewelry was
purloined ov burglars in New Orleans a day or two
?ince. . . i .
An old man of eighty-four has applied for a di?
vorce in'Michigan. He complains of a system of
""?.?neral tyranny and mismanagement."
The cash receipts of the Commission for the
-relief of the poor of the South, amount to $165,000,
of which New York contributes $51,000 and Cali?
fornia $40,000. _ .' ^
About 100,000 pounds of a good quality of sugar,
made from beet root, has just been received at
Springfield, UL, from' a manufactory recently
?established in Livingston County, in that State.
-There is a possibility of the entente cordiale be
-tween Spain and Great Britain being temporarily
suspended, in consequence of the former not
promptly liquidating certain pecuniary claims it
assumes to hold against it, on behalf of its sub?
jects. . -
An interesting item of nows-highly suggestive
iii itself- is printed in tho San Francisco papers.
An order .was received from Japan for $10,000
?worth of leather to be used for military accoutre?
ments,'which was filled by the steamer, and by
this time hos been made use of in Japan.
A Western paper contains the following item of
news: "Captain BLAKISTON, of the steamer Morn?
ing Star, has just been presented with a service of
three years in the penitentiary, in consideration of
?he distinguished ability with which he plundered
a passenger and kicked him overboard."
The contract for the manufacture of a cable to
Le laid between Placen tia. Newfoundland, and Cape
Breton, so that the Atlantic Cable may be-brought '
in direct -communication with those that are now
np between, the Cape and New York, bas been
closed byrCiB?s W. FiKtD. '
The California papers aro discussing the com?
parative height of .the mountains in the West, and
claim Mount Whitney,, in California, as tho, hi ghost
in the.country, afc an altitude of 15,000 feet. They
?cut down Mo -mt Hood to' 12,000, and Mount St.
Elias. to'lliDOO: ': ' : ; .1 . : " ' '
A company has been organized in Philadelphia,
and is no v making preparations for the establish?
ment of a skating rink, which is to be frozen over
for the accommodation of skaters during the sum?
mer. It is said that the pond will be completed
said in skating order by the 4th of July. Stranger
things have happened.
Mr. DCKLEY, American Consul at Liverpool,
.writes to.GovernorBaowmow that the solicitors
.employed by tho Stato of Tennessee to bring suit
XOT the recovery of $40,000 in State bonds, stolen
"by BUBTOK, Secretary of State under AKDBEW
JOHNSON, while Military Governor, have gained the
suit, and. the bonds have been recovered by the
A youngster came homo after having a. .glorious
imo in the puddles, his face all aglow;,and.his
rubber boots full of water. The punishment of
staying in the house for the remainder of the day
did not seem'very hard at first ; but as his little
?heart warmed up with the recollection of the tri?
umphs of the rooming, when he waded deeper
Hum any of his playmates had dared to, he could
tear the restraint no longer, and went to bis
mother, saying : "Please, mother, whip me, and
let me go out again !"
Gen. MOSQUERA, of the United States of Colom?
bia, who has long been charged with entertaining
dictatorial, and, perhaps, monarchical, aspirations,
bas at length carried ?ut his long-threatened at?
tack upon the Congress of the Republic. No less
than sixty-eight members of the Congress have
Loon arrested, among them ex-President Miran,T.?.
An Army entirely devoted to MOSQUERA had over?
thrown the Constitutional State Government in
^Magdalena, and established a hew one entirely de?
voted to the Dictator.
Gen. JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON, late of the Confeder- '
-ate'army, says the New York Tribune, is preparing '
a history of his campaigns. JEFFERSON DAVIS will,
cf course, be handled vigorously, and the work
?will embrace, in addition to a record of battles and
marches, a philosophical view of contemporary
?events, sufficient to give ii tho character of a his -
?cry rather than a narrative. Gen. LEE IS also - :
busy at a review* of his campaigns, which a New
York publisher is to take in hand, paying him, it
ie reported, about 10 per cent, on the sales.
The Norfolk . Journal has the following: "Tho
Merrimac is rather a tough customer. - On Satur?
day last Mr. UNDERDOWN applied the match to the
-torpedoes placed under this vessel, when a mest
-terrific explosion took place, throwing the water
and fragments of the vessel to a ' great height in*'
?he"air. This is tho third attempt at reducing the
-wreck to a manageable size, and on this occasion
?one hundred pounds of powder were used. ;ilt-will
xequiro several more blasts to destroy this vessel,
00 famous in the- naval history of this late
The "bell-man," who attended to tho signal for .
-raising and lowering the platform in the Hoosic
(Mass.) Tunnel, met his death in a singular man?
ner on Saturday: last. It appears that a drill,
about five feet in length, fell off the platform,
-which at the time was at the mouth of the pit, and
falling a distance of three hundred and seventy
feet, struck hun in the side, passing entirely
-through his -body, pinning him to a heavy plank,
-which hod to bo split with an axe before he could
Le released. The mar; lived but twenty-four hours.
The New York Gazelle says : "Dr. G. W. Hos
JLEE, who is at present editing the Herald, U a
striking example of a successful .self-made man.
JLo was at first a printer in the office of the jour?
nal in question, but found time, in addition to that
devoted to his daily labor, to store his mind with
much learning. He became a linguist, acquired a
-thorough knowledge of the classics, studied medi?
cine, took his diploma with all the honors, and yet
-was all the while a journalist, not losing, during
-these years of study, the opportunities for promo?
tion in the Herald office, where he became acorres-,
pondent, a member of the editorial staff, and final?
ly, as we said above, managing editor."
New York capitalists are very energetic at pres?
sent in their railroad ei. 'arprises. A new road, to be
.called the Chattanooga and New Orleans Railroad,
"hasbesn commenced, and is being'pushed for
-ward as fast as possible. The company building
it have also purchased the right of way of the
Wills River Railroad, and are now ongaged in con?
structing 0 road to run to Mobile, Ala. A bridge
is also to be cmilt over Tensas Bay, so Jhat the
-trains can nm directly into tho city of New Or
leana, and thus save twenty miles of steamboating.
The bridge is to be used by the Mobile and Ohio
jg&ilroad and tho ' Great Northern Railroad. It is
proposed to have the road extending to New Or?
leans completed in fourteen months from last
. "March. Many of the small Gulf Islands aro also to
"bo connected by bridges. /
The New York World says : Certain agents of
the Fire Insurance Companies have made them?
selves and their employers ridiculous, if not odi?
ous, by issuing circulars to their sub-agents, or?
dering them not to take risks from Jews. Making
.religions distinctions in matters of trade is ex?
tremely offensive as a matter of taste, and will be
strongly condemned 'by people of all denominiv
tions. The Jews have held meetings throughout
the country to protest against this objectionable
distinction, and, at a meeting of Jews held ia New
York on Monday evening, it was decided to appeal
?itt the courte, and compel the oSending companies
to rescind the offensive' order. It will be a nice
legal point to decide who thor an incorporated com -
pony, cm -make- religion* distinctions in dealing'
.pith it? custom tra.
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-^-?^ I>XILY
NEWS publishes the Official List- "of Let?
tersremaining in the Postoffice at the end
of each week, agreeably to the following
section of the New Postofficc Lato, as the
newspaper Jiaving the largest circulation m
the City of Charleston:
SECTION S. And bo it further enacted, That lists of let
tera remaining uncalled for in any Po?tomeo in any city,
town or village, wheren newspaper shall bo printed,
shall boreaflcr be published onco only in tho newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have tho
largest circulation within range of delivery of tho said
OS-Ail communications intended for publication in
Uiis journal must be addressed to the Editor of Hie
Haily News, 'Nb. 18 Bayne-street, Cliarieston, S. C.
Business Communications to Pf'tOsher of Baily
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica
. lions. -?' '
Advertisements outside of Ute city must be accompa?
nied with the cash.
FRIDAY MORNING,' APRIL 19, 1867.
CAPITAL FOR THE SOUTH.
A friend handed us a copy of thc New Tork
Evening Expresa, April 5, and called.?ur attoiir
tion to an editorial headed "Is a Military Mon?
archy Constitutional?" In it occurs the fol?
lowing paragraph :
"The Five Monarchy Bill, South, is a curso to
tho South, not alone because it is a despotism, but
because it destroys the South,-makes uninhabi?
table the South, stops all emigration into the South,
and all investment of capital there. Any Northern
business man, how, would as soon send a dollar
for investment into .Hayti, or Jamaica,.or Costa.
Rica, as into tho South. The threatened amalga?
mation of races there is destructive of all life,
liberty, safety and property.' Hence, death, itself,
is even preferable to submission to such a state of
things,-and therefore it should be resisted in
every constitutional, legal way, as long as life is
loft for such resistance."
Save us from our' friends ! The Express, a
"democratic" organ, and counsels opposition
in a constitutional, legal way-to the Military
Reconstruction Act-the Five Monarchy Bill,
as it facetiously styles that instrument. Grant,
for the sake of argument, that the facts in re?
gard io a want of confidence among capitalists
are as here set forth. Obviously the most sen?
sible thing for our friends to advise us, or for
us to do, is to endeavor to. bring about a
change at the earliest, possible period. But
the remedy proposed by the Democrats has no
such end in view. Suppose thc Supreme Court
should entertain a proposition of this kind, a
decision may not be given within thc next two
years perhaps. We have just seen that Georgia
was permitted lo file a bill enjoining thc Gene?
ral in command of the Third Military District
from carrying out the Act within the limits of
the States under his command. And what is
gained thereby ? Gen.. POPE is summoned to
appear before the Supreme Court some time in
December next. Of course there will be agita?
tion at home, and opposition to a Convention
even, pending the action of thc Supreme Court;
whereas if the people were permitted to go on
quietly to reconstruct their social and political
system,, the whole work would probably be
over before that time, and thc States be repre?
sented ?n Congress before Gen. POTK will have
an opportunity to obey that summons. .
Gen. SICKLES, in his.speecb* delivered, at ? tho
Board.of Trade Dinner in this city, ;on the 2d
of April-, uses the'following langtrag?, which
we recommend to 'fha'. careful perusal of our
Northern Democratic ..friends, as a text for fu?
ture'editorials in ? their papers, if they would
really serve us, and hot merely make tools of
us for lie benefit of- the great-Democratic
party.' ; ''../ ; " '.' ' ' " ,."".'"
il en. SICKLES said : Gentlemen, you have my
authority for the statement:.to capitalists, .tra?
ders, to manufacturers, to all . who desire to
embark in your agricultural " field' of labor, and
to all who. wish to' invest moneys in your se?
curities, and in your lands, that..the military,
authorities will do nothing tending to impair
the value of your porsessions, or to increase
the risks of those who have heretofore embark?
ed in enterprises on your soil. Whatever we
can do to strengthen confidence in your re-'
sources, and to promote the material prosperi?
ty of the commonwealth, shall be done."
. Now herc is an honest pledge, intelligently
conceived and sincerely made, whicli we have,
no.doubt, will be,faithfuily kept; and.will ex?
ercise no little influence in, restoring the confi?
dence, which the New York Express says is
lacking among Northern'capitalists.
So again in his recent ' order (No. 10) the
capitalists is still protected. Section VI. says :
"All advances of moneys, subsistence, imple?
ments and fertilizers, loaned, used, employed,
or required for the use of aiding the agricultu?
ral pursuits of the people, shall be protected.
And the existing laws which have provided the
most efficient remedies in such cases for the
lender, will be supported and- enforced." So
also Section IV, "judgments'or decrees entered'
ar enrolled, on causes of action arising subse?
quent Lo the 15th of May, 1865, may .be en?
forced by. execution'against the property of
the defendant." All these provisions have the
same end in.view, to encourage'the capitalist
from.abroad to invest his money here, ensuring
him the same right? and privileges, A3 far as
pertains to the security of his property, as ajre-i
enjoyed anywhere under tue segis of the civil,
law. ? .... -. ., .
? We hope all-tairreal friends at the North will
give publicity to these facts, and thus show
that they are ready tpjhelp us to the extent of
their ajbility. " ' ' ' '
5pEliATE?OL. C. CO CRT BN AV TEW.
I? A large:'circle of. relatives and friends, both
in this, his native State,: and in North Caro^
lina, were called to mourn the loss pf this dis?
tinguished officer, whose death was reported
on what-was then deemed unimpeachable evi?
dence, as having occurred at the Battle of
Sharpsburg, September 18, 1862. In this be?
lief the family have rested ever since, until a
few weeks ago. the startling intelligence was
suddenly announced to his widow that Col.
TEW was still living-a prisoner at the Dry
Tortugas. The party giving Ihis information
accompanied it wuh such details as to the per?
sonal appearance and manner as to give reason
for well-founded hopes, that amid the confusion
of the Confederate retreat from Maryland in
the fall of 1862, Col. TEW had not really been
killed, but only captured; and by the artful
ingenuity of this informer, the family were de?
ceived into a hope, Which almost amounted to
a belief, that . the story was indeed tme, and
that he whom-'they ;had thought so long dead '
was living the dreary life of a prisoner. .
However improbable sucii a statement may
appear to strangers,-it could not. be disregarded
by his family; and efforts were at once made
to secure the necessary', permission,, to enable
his father HENRY ,S.~TEW, Esq.,-to visit the
prison, and do that Which'alone could' probe to
the bottom this remarkable story. It was one
of those cases where the merest' doubt was a
cruel suspense, and every possible effort to set
that doubt ai rest became a sacred duty, wliich
devolved upon his father.
? Mr. TEW left Charleston for Baltimore, carly
in March,'taking passage at that point in the
steamshipLiberty, for Key West. He was
kindly received by the Commandant of the Post;
Gen. B. H. HILL, who furnished him with
transportation to tho Tortugas and back. He
was treated with equal. kindness. : by Major
RANDOLPH, commanding' at the Tortugas, and
every facility afforded him , in the .search he
wished to make; - - -
MR.'TF.W had the opportunity of seeing every
prisoner on the island,-and after a careful in?
vestigation of the whole matter, he has returned
convinced that his son met .his fate at Sharps
burg, and that the entire story of the adven?
turer WALLACE, who had given thie informa?
tion, is a wicked, although ingenious .fabrica?
As this report was & matter that carne home
to very .many in our community; it is a mountr!.
ful satisfaction to know that everything that
could be done -to ?ol ire;: tho -mystery has been
done, ?ad that both here, in, his native cilyy
and everywhere along his route, to and from
the Tortugas, ho was the recipient of marked
courtesy and attention. '"
"11TAKTED, 15 COLOHF.l) LABORERH.
VV For tornis, ic. apply at No. 140 CHURCH STREET.
near Market. 1? ,_ April 10
T?TT x VTcn j, wii,r,.o? ?..>..?? ?..._ TO 1M>
W houBo work aud cook and wash for a whlow lady
and child. at Mount Pleasant. For terms, apply to Mr?.
HUB Kits, No. 281 Kin? street.
WANTED TO MUCK, A COLORED BOY
to wait about the house. Ono of good character,
who is wining to make himself generally useful, will lind
a pleasant homo ?nd receive liberal wages. Apply at
Mrs. SPADY'S. No. 25 Mozyek street._'iPf1!.!0
-\I7ANT1ED~TO 111 UK, ACOWHRD GIRE,
VV as child's nurso and house Borvnnt Apply at I
Ko. 10 RUTLEDGE STREET, 3d door a'novo Queen.
April J?, .,.'.. ? rv ? ? ? _. - ? '.
T*TISB1ES: SOMETHING TO WU. A lADV
VV that tau cut and moke men and;boy's clothes,
ladles' und children's'dresses, can keep bouse, and malro
herself generally useful in thc houso, kitchen and
garden. Low terms. Good rolerences given if required.
Any one writing please state terms. Address
"C. W." BOX 31,
April 7 ,._Vouco'a Ferry. S. C.
I~M MI Oil AT 1 O K- FL ANTEES WHOSE
Plantations are located in healthy situations can ob?
tain any requisite number of German or Irish Laborers,
at short notice. For terms, ic., apply to
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM.
No. 432 King street, corner Hudson street.
March G wfm2mo Opposite Citadel Square.
-fTvUOM TEN TOFIFTF.EV DOLL ATS S PEU
Jj DAX'.-WANTED-Agento i?r GREELEY'S HISTO?
RY COMPLETE 1 Extraordinary opportunity I Unpar?
alleled success! This History contains accouuts of
about one hundred battles not generally iouud in tho
earlier works on the rebellion, even in those moat widely
circulated. Now that Greeley's History is completed.' its
popularity is greater than ever before, and sells with a
rapidity which makes it the most valuable work tor . can?
vassers uver publishod. Call or address T.\HUltLEY,
No. 160 Meeting streot, Charleston, S. C.
April 9 . . . ;_ .inwf Imo
NTT INFORMATION OF WILLIAM AU- [
GUSTOS CUBBIE will be thankfully received by
his brother, SAMUEL M. CUBUIE, at St George's, S. C.
April IC _ Imo
dil O?C v iE GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
ND?*<V? ?NG MACHINE, S25.-Wanted-Agonts," S150
per month :tnd all espouses paid, to suit tho ( Jennine
Bartlett Sewing Machine. " This Machine will do all the
work that can bo done on any high-priced machine, and
is fully.patented? licensed and warranted tor flvo years.
We pay the above wages, or a commission, lr.mi which
twice that amount can be made. For Circulars aud
terms address H. BALL & CO.. No. 724 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa. ... .36 April 10
TO IIB NT, TWO ?OOMS AND DRESSING
Boom, with Piazza, furnished ur unlurnisked, and
Kitchen Boom, Cistern and Well of Water. Apply at No.
29 HABEL ST HF. Kf._1* ? April 19
TTIO RENT, TWO OR THREE ROOMS, IN A
_L good location. For particulars, apply at No. 220
MEETING STREET, oppoaHe Eagle Fire Eugine hoi^e.
TO RENT, FOR SIX MONTHS FROM 15TH
May, a pleasant HES ID KN CE, on South Bay, No.
40, with six upright' rooms, pantry and dressing room.
Apply at NO. 121 CHOBCH STREET._1*_April 19
TO RENT, FOR SIX MONTHS, FRO.H 1ST
of May, with or .? Ithout Furniture, that largo and
elegant DWELLING, No. 13, situated at corner ol' Meet?
ing street and Smith Lane (quite convenient to the Bat?
tery), containing nine upright rooms and a One attic, to?
gether with all convenient und - necessary outbuildings.
Un the premises there ts a largo cistern of excellent
water, and also a nico vegetable garden. Apply at the
premises. Terms mod?rale to an approved tenant.
TO 1CEXT, THE COMMODIOUS THREE"
; STORY BRICK RESIDENCE. No. OS Tradd street;
his 12 square rooms, dining rooms, pantry, pump, cis?
tern, cook and wash kitchens, carriage house and
stables, together with ample servants' aecoinmodations;
gas fixtures throughout. For terms, Ax., apply to J. C.
MARSHALL, No. 60 Tradd street sm March ?
TO RENT, A NEW AND WELL FIN?
ISHED two and a half story BRICK HOUSE, sit?
uated in Trum bb Place, near the corner of Broad and
Rutledge streets, containing 4 square rooms, two largo
well mushed attics, two dressing rooms, pantvy, cistern,
and all tho necessary outbuildings. Inquire next door,
to C. C. TBUMBO. rawl'_March 25
\TCSAS'S FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
, STREET, TO BENT. Apply on the premises.
TO RENT OR FOR SALE CHEAP, THE
delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street For
particulars, address B. F., Daily News Outee.
j February 20_._.
TO RENT.-THAT DESIRABLE RESI?
DENCE, No. C8 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.app.ovod tenant, terms moderate ;
possession given on 19th inst Enquire at WILKINSON
* GILCHRIST'S LAW OFFICE No. 48 Brood street
April 17 - - .. . ? ' r_
TO RENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE KO. OZ
'.KING STREET, with use bf. a Uno cistern. For
further particulars, apply oh tho premises. '
TO RENT, TWO OR THREE LARGE
BOOMS in a private family, with Piazza, Pantry
and Kitchen, in a pleasant location. Tenus reasonable
to a suitable .enant * Apply No..;35" CANGON,' near
SMITH STREET. ?_April 13
BRICK STABLE TO RENT_A COMMO- I
DIOUS BRICK- STABLE, with accommodations
lor horses and vehicles, can be hired, if applied for soon:-.
For particulars apply on premises, No. 59 CHURCH
STREET, wost side, near Trodd. , . April ll
TO RENT, i THE HOTEL I V SUMMER?
VILLE, known os BROWN'S ; HOTEL, opposite
Episcopal Church, either in Rooms or altogether.
Terms.-For Booms furnished $7 per month, unlur?
; . . . . . . - ALSO,
A LARGE STORE 30 by 40 feet; and two small
STORES. The a trail stores have two rooms attached.
For terms, icc, apply to Mrs. J. T. BROWN,
April 16 . tnthsia Summerville.
TO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
now occupied by Mr. A. N. Cohen as a Clothing
Store, two doors above George- street, on the northeast
side: ft'so, the upper part of the house may bc hod with
the 8 to re. Possession given on the first day of May. To
a good and responsible porty tho rent will be moderate.
For further particulars, apply to P. EPaTIN'S, corner ?
King and Wentworth streets, under Masonic Hau.
TWR SALE, TWO ROSIN STILLS AND
JP FIXTURES. W. S. CORWIN & CO.,
April 18_No. 259 King street
FOR SALE, A GOOD, GENTLE MILK
COW, j Apply at No. 4 BULL STREET. April 18
FOR-SALE, A FINE MILCH COW. SHE
gjvAq about fifteen quarts milk a day, and is very
gentle. ?>pTy at No. 195 ST. PHILIP STREET, near
Line street_ thring*_, April 18
F>R SAXE, A PLEASURE BOAT, SCHOO?
NER rigged, in complete order, with sails and oars:
Apply at PAIR CHILD A- HAMLIN'S OFFICE foot'
Laurena street 2* . April 18
A SPLENDID RESIDENCE AND FARM,
1\ situated within the corporate ltm'ts of tho town of j
Aiken, S. C.-The residence is large and commodious,
containing eleven rooms, all with fireplaces ;.piazzas ure
attached to the first and second stories, with all tho con?
veniences necessary to a complete ' residence. . The
grounds are handsomely laid out with Evergreens, Roses,
Acland the vegetable garden very ample. Tho ?utbuild
ffigit, servants' houses, stables, ia, ore all In complete
driel'. Tho Farm consists of about, fifty acres of Uno
This property, now the residence of Mrs. M. 'M.
Schwartz, is offered for sale at a reasonable price, and on
Bccoromodoting-terms, for the purpose of division among
the heirs ol the ?ate Geo. Parrott The entire furniture
ol the house and premises ii ay bo purchased with the
Address W. S. WALKER.
W. G. MOOD,
_March20_ wa Executors. Estate Geo; Parrott.
T7VOR ?ALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHYLA-'
_L DELPHlA University Of Medicine and Surgery.
This Scholarship entitles -students to lull instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery. Physiology, "Materia Medico,
Chemistry, Oostetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chu
dren. Principles and Practice ol' Medicino and Patholo?
gy. As this is one or the first Medical Universities ot
the country, a favorable opportunity is offered thom
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply at this j
.Onice. December 15
(ft jr/"I REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR
??tl VJ. the recovery of a HORSE MULE, stolen trom
Mr. Thomas Bay's Plantation in St James Goose Creek
Parish, in January lost, Sold Molo is tall,. eight or I
nine years old, a dark bay, has a scar on hind leg near
tho fetlock, also some scars across the withers, caused
by a cart chain. Apply ot this office.
April 18 thstuS
mO LEND, SEVERAL THOUSAND DOL
JL DABS on approved security. Apply at THIS OF
FICE _ April 19
BONDS, STOCK, &c.
BONDS, STOCK AND SECURITIES OP ALL KINDS.
BANK BILLS bought at highest price, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
April 17 wnnamo _ No. 8 Brood street
t?h Q ffc AA TO LEND, ON BOND AND MO RT
JJOUvU GAGE ON GOOD CITY PROPERTY, at 2
percent a month. Apply by letter to "JAMES," Mills
House. mwf3* April 16
' COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. ?
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED OURSELVES
TN PARTNERSHIP, tor the transaction of a GEN?
ERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, un?
der the name Of JOHN & '.'HEO.'GETTY, at No. 48 K
EAST.BAY, between Boyce's North and South Wharves.
Particular attention given to Purchase and Sale of Cot?
ton, Bice, Provisions, Naval Stores, ire, &c ,
Consignments solicited. JOHN GETTY," ' '
r. THEODORE GETTY.
Charleston, March 28,1867.
References-Z. A. Souron & Co., J. T. ALUUBOEII & Co.,.
Philadelphia; RHETT, SO? & Co., STDBOXSB & Co., Kew
York. . March 30
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
BOOKS,* PAP-B, ENVELOPITJ, BLANKS, BtANK
Books, Pictures, Engravings and Instrumente, ot
The subscriber having determined to reta;.) from busi?
ness, presents to tho public the opportunity of purchas?
ing BOOKS, STATIONARY and Fancy Goods, at half
price. Bibles, Prayers, Testamenta, in variety end size.
Hymn Books of "all d?nominations. Novels, Travels, Bi?
ographies. H?rtbry, ' Theology, Scientific, Agricultural,
Oardonlng, Cooking ond Sporting \Vori;s, Note Paper $ I
to $2 60 ream, Letter and Cap Paper, at ?2 50 to ?3 ream.
Envelopes at tu and ti 60 per thousand. Come and
avail yourselves of the present opportunity.
- SAHL. HABT. Sn. "
AprUS - _ No. 832 King street,
EDWARD M. L'ENGLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
. JACE^NVILLE, FLA.,
XY7TLL PRACTICE I?. TH? " cOTOTS m EAST
TV FLORIDA ?.? .
References- MCCBAHY A Ros, .?aixus ,t Pnom. WK. M?
Soaper, Esq. ' ? ttoo*. - r,December 21 :
'. .-' -'.. ' ;."'Vv .'? . '..-'..: :-.'.'.'.v'--.'
rpHE HEG ULAR MEETING Oe" THIS SOCIETY WILL
J. bo held This (Friday) A'cmiiio; tho 19th instant, at 8
o'clock, at Tully's, No. 124 King ?lrc.il.
. _, JAMLS SIMONS. Jr.,
April 19 a Secretary.
HOF-K FIRE UNOINE COMPANY.
* TT. END THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING ,
?A of your Company This Keening, tho:19th insi., at !
8 o clock. A tull attendance Is requested.
H. T. PETERS,
AgrillO_ 1_ Secretary.
EAGLE PHLEENOINE COMPANY.
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUR COM?
PANY, at your Hall, This (Friday) Evening, at 8
Cy order. J. O. NOLTE. Secretary.
April 10 1
ZEKCBBl'BEL CHAPTER Ko. ll, R. A. M.
AREGULAR COMMUNICATION OF THIS .CHAP?
TER will be bold This Evening, at Masonic Hall.
Tho R. A. Degree will bo conferred.
By order M. E. H. P. W. E. MIK ELL.
Jtyril 10 J_Secretary.
SOUTH CAROLINA SOCIETY.
THE ANNIVERSARY MEETING OF THE SOCIETY
will be held at tho Halt on Tuesday, the 23 I inst.
Thoniombers aro requested to attend at 1 o'clock P.M..
for the election of Ofllcors and transaction of business.
Tho polls will close at 3 o'clock.
Dinner will bo served at hal -past 4.
FRANCIS LANCE, Clerk.
EXTRACT FROM RULE 22D.
"If any member shall neglect to pay Ids arrears on
tho Anniversary, hi* name and tho rani due by him shall
bo publicly read bytliaOlerk on the throe -subs?quent
regular meetings alter said Anniversary; and, if his ar?
rears bo not fully paid by the third reading, ho shall bo
excluded the Society." wfmtu* April 17
ST. MARK'S P. E. CHURCH.
rruTE LADLES OF ST. MARK'S "SEWING CIRCLE"
' X most respectfully announce to ladles and gentlemen
or Charleston that thoir FAIR, for tho bonellt of St.
Mark's, will be opened oe EASTER MONDAY, April 22d,
1807. at B o'clock P. M., at "HORTON'S BUILDINGS,"
Mooting street, urt.Tcnu Hasel and Pinckney streets, aud
continue for ei,jht succe>isivo nights.
Tito public aro invited to call and give us their patron?
age in this noble work.
Admission IS CCJ?U. Children 10 cento. -
SEASON TICKETS ONE DOLLAR.
Tickets to bc bad at the door, and from tho following
gentlemen: - WM. MCKINLAY.": !
April 19 3 _JOS. U. DE REEF.
A GRAND BALL FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
A. ST. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT SOCIETY will be
givon at the Hiberniau Hall, on Monday Evening, April
JOHN M. TOUHEY; Ctia.rman. . : '
JAMES COSGROVE, I WM. BAKER,
GARRETT. BYRNs. A F ABREILY,
CHARLES MULVEANY, I P.HARVEY.
TICKETS can be procured from any of the above
Comraiteo. Price S2. smwftm6 April 13
Ser C?angc???$=?nt?>cr?icocn ?lir?c roirb auf Oftcrmon?
tag cine ianbvartDie auf ben <S<6ii(jc?uiI<it5 madjcit. 2>ic.
Gltcrn ber ?tinbcr, fe n>ie bic friiueren ?ebrer [mo hiermit
O?flidift cingcloben. 2er i?abnjug jumScftnlaljc getyt ein?
ige .?Minutenna?) 7 Uhr aj?orflcn?"som 5?oTtbr(Joflcrn 3c=
petali, itinber folien be?balb puntt 7 Uhr in meinem
>=a>ti(lo!alc fein, ober ?on ben Cltcm liad) bern ?bgange
fcuittte gebraebt ?erben. SL 3. .?>offuian,
: : . 4'etftanb.
_ April 18_" _3_
@itt S>ctitft$cr $Sa?
SBirb ftattfinben am -Oftcrnicutag, ben 22tcn Slbr?,
ISG7, woju alle nieine ftreunte nnb Setamttc crge&cnft
cingeUbcn fiufc. li inn ?ti $1. Stnfang 7 lt br.
22? m. <& <b r ? b c r,
Gde ?cn Sing nnb Sinc?Sraflc.
April IG . . tnthgmi?
The subscribers hare just received
a fine aud complete assortment of |
the celebrated " PERISCOPIO
LENS," iu Gold, Silver, Steel, and
Shell Frames, which they are pre
; paired to adapt to all who may suffer
from Defectivo. Vision.
Prices reasonable and to suit the
ALLAN & SIDDONS
No. 307 KING STREET,
Sign of the " Gold Spectacles.
N. B.-The PERTSC0PIC LENS
fitted to old frames at the shortest
ALWAYS BUY THE BEST.
THE BEST SINGLE THREAD.
FAMILY SEWING MME
CAN. NOW BE HAD FOR EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
J. G-. FOLSOM'S
HIGH PREMIUM SEWING MACHIES.
WILL 8TTTCH, HEM. BIND, AND GATHER.
62 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Aptil 3 wftnlmo_Sole Agents for tho State.
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT IN
Is Fuller & Barnum's '
TUCK-CREASER li\D SELF-SEWER
THIS ATTACHMENT IS AUTOMATIC. AND MEAS?
URES, creases, and B?ches tucks at one operation,
without golding with the banda. Also for sale, SEWIN G
MACHINES OF APPROVED PATTERNS, at low prices;
SCISSORS SHARPENERS. NEEDLE THREADERS,
NEEDLES (aU fctads); OIL, TOOLS AND FITTINGS.
REPAIRING AND IMPROVING ATTENDED TO Als I
USUAL. ORDERS BY MALL PROMPTLY FILLED.
D. B. HASELTON,
. No. 331 King street, corner Liberty.
April 1 mwEmos
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE, - - 7 No. a75 KING STREET,
JTS4BLV OPPOSITE ss stew..
rpHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH TN
JL SERTED at moderate prices.
td- TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
Or by DB. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
LOCAL ANAESTHESIA. < .
March G - tnthfl Gmo
E. E. CHAPEAU,
(J. & .T. S. HEFFRON, STJTEMNTENDENTS, )
FIRE CAPS, BELTS, ETC.,
AKO rMT-OSTT.l: or
AT MoKENSIE'S OLD STAND,
... Corner Church and Chalmers streets.
' January 26 ?? f " , ; '- *. -. stnthSmos
Iff STATES oCVMMEKf HAMESS
S AD D B E S.
1 AHA SETS PIU1!E w*flox nAitinss
JA/vJvS SOO Sots Ambulance Harness
2000 McClellan Saddles.
The above havo been little raed, and will bo sold at
one-quarter thiir original ocot py
.', No. 1ST Meeting street. Up-staira,
April 17 val Nearly opposite Hayno street.
BREWSTER & SPBATT, ~
Attorneys at Law & Solicitors ia Eqcity
.-. OFFICE fie. O* O ROAD STUKCT.
November 9 V
NATURAL IIIST?RY AND GEOLOGY.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON,
PROPOSES thu formation of a Class of Young Ladies
for tho study of Natural History and Geology.
Tho courso of instruction will consist of ton Conversa?
tional Lectures, five on thc Classification of Animals and
Plant?, and five ou-Goology. or tho Structure of tho
Thc Lectures wiil bo Illustrated by Philosophical Ex?
periments and lino specimens of Natural History. Th?
"Binoptric Lanterns," with largo comprehensivo dia?
grams, will also bc used.
Lecture every Wednesday Afternoon at 5 o'clock, at the
Tickets for tho Courso, $4 each. Where a number
unite from one School a reduction will be made.
April 19 ?2
DcntscLc Amerikanisch? Sclinlr.
StnfiMt-otra?c, jieifisen ?eorge= nub SccicU) *2lraf;c.
Rafter Jj. v. qjbilltpii unb 0. tficnct, ?autt(cl>rcr.
Ste 3bB''n9c biefcr Sdmlc, rcelibc am Iftou Ulai b. 0.
er?ffnet rocrben wirb, werben fin) boit aile jur DitKtbtlbitng
ber Stigcnb, unb f?r bic faufmaunifebe Saufbabu erferbcr
lieben ?cnututffc enrerben. Sie aviintlitbe Gr?ermmg ber
lebenben Spracacn rctrb biefe <?dmie fi* }ur Jpauptaufaabe
madden. Jpauptftubieu : cnglifcb, beutfib, franiPftfd),
3?cdmcn, <5?reibcn unb iSittbflibruug.
Sic D???bcbcn ?taffe ftebt unter ber Seining einer tUibtU
gen Syrerin. r
Stnmelbuijgcn ?erben fon ben ?paupt?cyrevn entgegen ge*
April 17 wibi
Will be opened April 18tb, a
choice assortment ot' FANCY MIL-1
LIN ERY, comprising all the styles |
for the season, and of very choice
Material. The Stock is complete, and
the attention of customers is in?
No. 423 King street.
April 18 thstuG
MRS. M. J. ZERNOW,
No. 399 KING STREET,
(Opposite Barns' Lane),
-?JV BEGS TO INFORM J?^.
??j^WgJg her customers, and the f^^SrwW
JSljgSS?jH Ladies' generally that she '^?^^^W.
fi|ffjj(|gj? w-iU THIS DAY open ter^^Sa^>^
'83^\^ large and, beautiful stock
AND OTHER MELUN ERY GOODS.
MRS. ZERNOW'S STOCK HAS BEE-i SELECTED
with great care, with a view to meet the tastos and pock?
ets of the public. A call before purchasing solicited.
April 18_ ?
MADAME F. L?DEC?S7~
MILLINERY MD FANCY GOODS,
KO. 252 KING-ST, Up-Stairs.
fTlAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF INFORMING THE
I LADLES of Charleston, and vicinity, that sha bas
recently open od a largo assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would bo glad if La?
dies would call and examino them.
Mrs. T.udecus promises to sell at the cheapest possible
rates, being satisfied with small profits.
STAMPING AND FANCY WORK
Done at tho ?-hortest notice..,
She has'the agency also of Madamo Demorcst for the
ealo of her DRESS PATTERNS, by tho aid of which
every Lady can be her own Fashionable Dressmaker.
April 6 s tu th
MISS ROSA MURTL?ND'S
No. 295 King Street,
(OVER MESSRS. SHEPHERD & COHEN'S.)
"N/TISS M?RTLAND HAS JUST RECEIVED, PER
JLVJ. "Manhattan, " a beautiful assortment of SPRING
AND SOMMER MILLINERY, and solicits a call.
Latest Stylos always on hand.
MKS. E. MASTERMAN,
(AT M. A A ASHTON'S,)
No. 405 KING STREET,
Opposite Burns' Lane,
T*K~r? LEAVE TO INFORM THE LADIES OF
Charleston that she has opened her STOCK OF
MILLINERY for their inspection, including a good as?
SPRIG BONNETS, HATS, ETC.,
WITH A GENERAT. VARIETY OF THE MATERLAL
required in the business.
At Reasonable Prices.
April 16 ; ; tutbsS
CARIURT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTUREES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 56, 67, 69
and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
. T. F. CARHABT.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN. .
December 10 Gmo _A. T. HAMILTON. -
WHOLESALE ANT> RETAIL D KALEB tN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 6mos CHARLESTON. S. C.
~ UPHOLSTERY, ETC.
THOMAS E. DAIMK,
NO. 571 KING STREET.
CABINET MAKER, UNDERTAKER,
WOULD BFiTPECTFULLY . ANNOUNCE TO HIS
friends ?nd thc public generally, that he keeps on
hand FURNITURE AND BEDDING of all descriptions.
Furnishes Funerals with Mahogany, Walnut. Cedar and
Metallic Coffins. Also, with fino Hearses and First-class
Carriages. . W?1 attend to disinterring bodies and trans?
porting the'same. Personal attendance will be given at
oil hoars..' . .
CARRIAGES for Railroad md Steamboat accommoda?
tion, and FURNITURE CARTS, will bo furnished at any
time, by applying ?t my LlY.fc.RY STABLE, No. S Can?
non street, near King.
Thankful for past favors, and hope, by strict attention
to business, to merit a continuance of tho same.
March 25 . mwftano.
HARRISON BARNET, MANUFACTURER AND IM?
PORTER of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Bands, Pins, Tassels, Gimps, Loops, Cords, Ac. ; White
and Buff Hollands; No. 126 WILLIAM STREET, oetweon
Fulton and John streets, New" York.
Store and Ofiico Shades mad? to OTdcr.
December 24 ...->?.?? mwfCmo
Havana Plata Kentucky Slate Lottery
.MDBEA?, EDDY"* Co., MANAGERF.
fW\0' BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 16TH AND
J. StHh or each month. Scheme, 32,000 tickets 527
prizes. Whole tick?tc, S12; halves, ?G; quarters, $3;
eighths, tl 60.
1 Prize of.......... $60,000 2 Prizes of:........$5.000
1 Prizoof.S2?.0O0 29 Priz? of.........81.000
1 Prize of.?8,000 63 Prize of..??00
1 Prise Of.. . ?7,000 165 Prizes of ...... $300
220 Prizes of ?125. ^ ,
&i Approximation Prizes amounting to ?9,900.
' CkmiblnR?ou Lottery draws every day.- Tickets from
tl to ?IC' -v
CirccuVr? sent irec. Drawings inai?rd a? soon as the
Lottery ta damn. . .
Address M. T. PFV'K?ttj, UCtfisJSt::eaLAcentel Alwnt
No. M. ?isui ?OK?, ch.nojtoD.s. a.-Key Box 621 0
- 'Veft?nuy lO \-.'"?ono .
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
??AMS! If AUS !! HAMS !!!
rruERCES ol' ' III: FOLLOWING BRANDS OF
J. Choice SUOAlt OUKI'.I) IIAT.in
DUFFIELDS (?lally expected)
CASSAKDS and COULTER & CO..
oil of choice quality, in Hue order, just received and tor
?ale h.v HUNKY' COUIA & CO.
April 17 5
Ll VF. H POOL SALT.
1 AAA SA,'KS (LARGE AND STRONG) LIVER
1A/V/U I'OOI. SALT. Forsalo bv
Arni! I'-. f. HENRY CORIA A- CO.
SIDES, SHOiILD?ltS. HAMS, &c.
?)/r II1IDS EXTRA CLEA? SIDES
?? O Gi) hhds Prime Clear Ulli sides
50 hhds Prime Uibbcd Hides
4(1 hhds Prime Shoulders
100 bbls Prime Mess Pork
70 tierces Lear L-ird.
In store, and for sale low bv
JEFFORDS (c CO..
April IS -2 No. 27 Vendue Range.
FLO U R ! F L0?IliT
CONSTANTLY ON RAND A SUPPLY OE SOPER.
EXTRA AND FAMILY FLOURS, freshly ground,
received per steamer weokly direct from the mills.
EAVENEL ,v CO.,
East Bay and Vanderhorsfs Wharf.
April 17 w fm I mo
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I JUST RECEIVED FROM PHILA?
AFINE STOCK OF GENT'S CALF, PUMP SOLE,
STRAP SHOES. Gent's Calf Oxford Ties, hand
sowed ; Genfs Calf Balmorals; (lent's Calf Co.-.giess Gait
i crs. The abovo Goods I offer for salo at tho lowest possi?
ble prices. F. CUBISTMAN.
No. 353 King front,
April ll? 1 may 4 Under the American HoteL
TUE LATEST STYLES OF
Boots and Shoes,
And ore offered at tho lowest m'.rkct prices by
D. O'XEITX dc SO\'S,
No. 375 KING STREET, near George.
March 20 fmwamos
DRY GOODS, ETC.
NO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreisn and
Domestic Dry Goods,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO
their Stock, which is entirely now, carefully selected,
and will be sold at a small advance on first cost, for cash
j or short time approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL.
W. T. BURGE.
O. A. BOWEN.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN
I TION of the former patrous of Messrs. W. T. BURGE &
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during thc recent depression in
Northern Markets. Orders promptlv executed.
March 1 2mo W. T. BURGE.
JUST OPENED A VERY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
of SILK and LACE COVERINGS of latest styles and
I of recent importation, very reasonable at
Ko. 2*8 KING STREET.
In this line will be fr und the latest Novelties in Cold.
! and Black SILKS. GREN ADINES, POPLINS, LENOS
CHALLIES. POUT DECHSVRES. Plain and Figured
BAREGES and MALANGES for traveling.
ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES.
A full assortment in Shades and Numbers of the
GENUINE ALEXANDER'S Elli GLOVES, together with
many other popular makes, very reasonable. ALEXAN?
DER'S BEST KED FINISHED S ELK GLOVE.", and Lisle
Thread for Ladies, Gents aud Children, also on exttn
I sive assortment of LACE MITTS.
JACONETS, COTTON CAMBRICS, MULL, NAIN- I
SOOKS, French and Swiss MUSLINS, in plain, striped
and plaided, together with a splendid assortment of
finest Cambric and Swiss Edging and Insertlngs, Thread
Volencien, Guipure Linen and Clnny Laces in Edging
1,000 dozen L. C. HANDKERCHIFS. good quality at
12J? cent? and upwards, full lines of the most popular
makes of IRISH LINENS, m fronting. Pillow Casing 8-4,
0-4,10-4 and 11-4 Sheetings, and an excellent assortment
ol White and Cold TABLE DAMASK, ire, &c,
In this Uno will be found a full supply of best French
and English CLOTHS, CASSIM ERES, DOESKINS,
MELTON CLOTHS, TWEEDS, JEANS, VESTINGS, and
In the Domestic Department will bc found a complete
stock of Prints, Longclotbs, Shirtings. Sheetings and
Pillow Casing, Scotch and Domestic Ginghams, Brown I
Shirting, Corset Jeans ai.d Drills, oU of which will be
?Old at prices thai wOl defy competition.
45-An early call is respectfully solicited.
Ko 248 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
JUST RECEIVED, AND OPENING DAILY, i
splendid asasortinent of SPRING AND SUMMER
And everything else in tho Staple and Fancy
i Tho largest and most varied Stock in the city, ali of
I which will bo sold low for cash,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
CaU and see, and you will find the cheapest, combined
j with the most select Goods, offered lower than ever since
No. 306 KING STREET,
Between Wentworth and Society sts.
TSE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE !
GOING OFF AT HALF PRICE"!
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS, 10 cents
Methodist Hymn Books, 25 cents
Baptist Hymn Books, 25 to 75 cents
Presbyterian Hymn Books, 25 cents to $1
Catholic Prayers, 25 cents to $1
Catholic French and Spanish Prayers, 50 cents
Episcopal Prayers, 50 cents to to S1.50
Episcopal, in French, 75 couta
Testaments, in French or English, 50 cents to SI
Pocket Bibles, 50 cents to $1,
Webster'? Spelling'Books, 10 cents.
Collat HART'S "BOOK STORE."
April 15 _
JUST RECEIVED FROM MADAME DEMOREST THE
DRESS MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Cloaks, Basques, &c, mado 10 order.
Country t rdcra filled promptly.
? . MISS E. J. BONNER,
./ Broad street, next east of Mansion House.
April 2_- _: v : -, imo
~~ ? NOTICE.
MAYOR'S OFFICE, 1
_._ -CKABUHXOS, P.a. April IClh, I8G7. f
TT AYING BEEN CALLED UPON BT THE MfU
i1 TARY AUTHORITIES to assist in the enforce?
ment of Par. XII.. General Orders No. 10, from District
Headquarters, of April ll th, by Instructing the police to
arrest ell persons, of whatever casto or color, who may
be found carrying deadly weapons, and tarn them over to
the Military for trial. Now, therefore, I call upon the
citizens of Oiarleston to abstain from violation of said
paragraph, thereby saving themselves from being brought
befara a Military Commission, and relieving tho Mayor
from thc necessity of discharging BO painful o duty.
; April IT .6 ... . . KO. OATT.T.?ru>, Mayor.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
JUST RECEIVE J) TER STEAMER.
/A BBL*. OF 'BILANS S Y KUI"
OVJ 200 bbls. of Flour. Supor.
200 l>bls. ot Hour, Kxlra.
100 bbl?, rf Flour, Family.
For Kilo by ' RAVENEL Je CO.,
Apr'l TJ 2 tiu-a Bay ami Vuuderliorst'H Whait'.
.S 1>RIME 1
. : from S. honners "ii. J. Palmer,"
"C. V,'. Elwell" and **L. ll. Hopkins."
Fur sale by T. J. KERR .Sc CO.
BUTTER ! BUTTER !!
RUTTER ! ! !
100 FIRKINS-100 FIRKINS.
CHEAP. CHEAP, CUEAP. CHEAP.
CIIEAI'EK. ClIEirEii. CHE?FEK
CHEAPEST. CHEAPEST. CHEAPEST.
GOOD. GGOlh ?000. GOOD.
(?BO. W. CLARK & CO.'S
April ia_ _6
CORN, OATS, BRAN, SHORTS, &c
or,/",/", BUSHELS PRIME WHITECGRN
OVJVJVJ C000 bushels prime Oats
3000 bushels Brau
lui KI bushels Shorts
. 200 bbl?. F.xtra Supoifine and low priced FLOUR
25 bbls. Extra Rye Flour
CO bbls. (Joni Meal.
AND TO ABKIVE
1S.0O0 bushels prime white and yellow CORN, in
bulk and bag - , per schooners Ella Fish and J. Richardson.
For sale by JNO. CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. ll Market opposite State street.
April 18 3
1 OAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT IN FINE CON
LJ?VJVJ DH ION landing from bark Effort
For sale by W. B. SMITH A CO.,
April 18 Napier's Range.
QA A DALE-0 PRIM E N. R. HAY. LANDING FROM
OvV ?tea- r Manhattan on Bnwn's Wharf, and
for sale low by JNO. CAMPSEN & CO.,
No. 14 Market street, opposite State.
April 18 2
QA A A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, LAND
OvUU LNG from sehr?. Hopkins and Elwell.
For sale by W. B. SMITH A CO.,
April 15 Napier's Range.
N. LEVIN, Jr.
Nos. 101 and 106 MARKET ST.,
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS, that he will open this day at 3
o'clock, P. M., a choice assortment of PASSOVER GRO?
CERIES, consisting of tho following ?rdelos, viz :
SUGARS, TEAS and COFFEE of all qualities.
Choice Butter, Kosher Fat, Wine, Rum.
Cakes, Candy, Chocolate, Maccaroni.
Matzot Flour, Dutch Cucumbers.
Large Spanish Olives, Ac, iee.
All goods purchased will be delivered any part of the
city, free of charge. wf2 April 17
KNOX & SON'S ALLO A ALE.
CASKS JUST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE BT
. WM. C. BE c. & CO.,
Corner East Bay and Vandorhorst's Wharf.
April 16_ tuthslO
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS TN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 KINGST.,
MR. EVERT E. BEDFORD, THE MANAGER OF
THE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, returns many
thanks to the customers and patrons for their liberal
patronage and appreciation of the quality of goods pur?
chased by tn.m during the past year. It has been, and
always wm i" < ur aim, to PLEAS ? OUR CUSTOMERS,
and ss we oOer for sale the first quality of all kinds or
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, cte, wo flatter ourselves
that, with our facilities, can give general satisfaction
WM. SIMONS, Esq.;*having been engaged to assist in
thc management, would be pleased to seo his friends at
No. 259, assuring them that all goods purchased are
! WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELL *T?~ IMPORTED DIRECT BTW. S.
CORWIN A CO., and pass through no other hands, en?
abling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, bnt to sell at the following prices' :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON.82 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON.1 60 toT 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER.2 25
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST.2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST. 1 50
CHOICEST OOLONG.2 00
CHOICE OOLONG....,.1 50
Wo keep, also, a supply of cheaper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at 51 50
Just received, a new supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE,
j 45c.; PARCHED, 50c; GROUND, 52c; OLD RIO, 35c.
Tho PARCHED COFFEE we represent to be ol' 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
one of the Managers. Goods delivered to all parts of the
city FREE OF CHARGE.
A supply of GOSHEN DALRY BUTTER will arrive on
KAMPM, LA1?1D & CO.,
Choice Family Groceries,
No. 66 IVIARKET-ST.,
FOUR DOOKS EAST or Msi-rrKO,... .Charleston, S.e.
?5- GOODS PURCHASED OF US DELIVERED TO
ANY PORTION of the City Free of Charge.
February 19 tnths2mos
TEMPOS C?MliDlJfm SON IS AM*
PDLMOMC ELiXiR SPECIFIC.
FOR THE CURE OF CONSUMPTION. PAINS IN THE
CHEST AND SIDES, DIFFICULTY I.N BREATH?
ING, BRONCHITIS. CATARRH. ASTHMA, COUGHS,
HEMORRHAGE, and all affections of the Lunns.
This ?rest rrvivi??er is o?ered to the public, that all
who will avail them .-elves of its remedial power may be
It only requires a fair trisito 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 is their essential element; rouses the sluggish ves?
sels into activity; heals the affected lobes; purifies and
enriches tho blood; regulates the circulation; induces
free and easy respiration, and expels, through its admin?
istration, each sud every concomitant disorder present in
the malady recognized ss Consumption, and hitherto
deemed hopeless and Incurable.
This compound ia perfectly safe, possessing neither
narcotic nor emetic properties, which unfortunately axe
always employed as essentials in every preparation for
Cough or Lung affection-a mistake which too often in
its irritating and debilitating consequences, only con?
duces to much general derangement of the system, de?
stroying appetite and cresting an injurious nervous ex?
citement, augmenting suffering with frequent fatal re?
sults. . '
Under the influence of this approved and invaluable
Specific the most distressing Cough yields, difficulty in
breathing and pains and soreness subside, hemorrhage
is arrested, and health and strength re-established.
PRICE FOB SINGLE BOTTLE SL25.
Sold by the Proprietor, northwest corner SOCIETY
AND MEETING STREETS, and the principal Druggists.
Ohl she wa? beautiful and fair.
With starry eyes, and radiant hair.
Whose carting tendrils, soit entwined,
. Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Curling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy
and Glossy Ringlets or Heavy Massive
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADIES AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves a thousand-fold.
It ls the only article in the world that will curl straight
hair, and at the same tune give ita beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. The Crisper Coma not only carts the bair, but
invigorates, besutiflea and cleanses it; is highly and de?
lightfully perfumed, and is the most complete article of
the kind over offered to tho American public The
Crisper Com? will be sent to any address, sealed and
postpaid for f L ;.?.?.',.?
Add~~ sll orders to
W. L. CLARK ie CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
March 30 lyr
WILLIAM H, GILLILAND & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
* OFFICE NO. 88 HAYNS OTREST.
September 8 - _. ".
jCVNK OF LOCKWOOD A JOHNSON'S CITY MAKE
yj 8 inch cylindre and 20 loch etroin, in compl?te o?
der, for sale low, at State, comer Cumberiaad street, by
April 6 OW . F. W. CLAUSSEN. ,