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MARLESTON DAM NEWS,.
G. B. CATirCAKi.', Enrroit
CATHCART, MCMILLAN St MORTO%M
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Cotton cloned in New Yor""?at 26a2CJc. for Mid?
dling; Uplands. 1 , ' .",
Gold closed 38J.' '-- ??
Co't?n?loseditt Liverpool active, excited, and
advanced ?ajd.^ Middling Uplands 10=alld.
Three men shot 48 wild goose and 32 loons, near
tho month of the Connecticut river, tho other day.
Whipping Behool girls on the calves of their legs
?B a now feature iii the- Aurora (Illinois) schools.
False calves are ah the rago among the victims.
Speculators and business men are making moro
uso of ; tho 'Atlantic Cable than ever before. The
?New York Times tJainks a reduction in rates would
increase the business oight-?old. . . : '"'? ..
A yellow ivrain jfell roceutly at Bowling Greon,:
Ky.,.and'the;dTops being analyzed were found to
contain a .solution of pitch pine, probably derived!
from moufiSSin-foroacs over which the clouds had'
.':^08>^Bege':haB"&r^n*unmg purposes fifteen:
hundred tlioua.mil dollars, and it is designed soon i
to erect an entirely now sot ot brown stone dormi?
tories, a memorial chapel,'the Peabody Geological
Museum, and a new Divinity Hali.
Three country lawyers o? one burgh in Mississip?
pi sent their severatLapphcations to THAD. STEVENS:
for a copy'of 'ImVbankrapt'billy-and all called him j
"My Dear," etc. Taos, .answered with three copies.
of his Contiscafaori Billy and a circular commencing
"My Very.Dears." ' . ? '
.Thocolored men's shipyard-at Baltimore was.
purchassd by them not quito thirteen mouthe ago. ?
It is entirely,managed by colored many' aud 225
workmen'are employed,' 35 hoing white. Last year,
work was 'done to the amount of $7(3,000, the pro-;
fits.being 25 per cent.. '. f . . '
SPUBGEON, tho famous Lyndoh preacher, some?
times gets off .an; amazing good thing. "Broth-,
ron," said he, the other day, in the cousse of one
of his .wonderful sensational sermons, "if God had:
referred th?"Ark to a Committee on Navai Affairs, ;
it's my opinion it would not. have been built yet."
A notorious pickpocket has sued the Police Com !
missioners of - Memphis in the sum of $10,000 for'
daniages" don o his character; by. parading him
through the streets of that city with a placard on;
his shoulders bearing tho title of "Pickpocket and
'thiiL" "'" ' ? ? "> '
'??' Indigent freedmen in Richmond are tolling off in,
number, and indigent whites are increasing. In
March, 12,605r of the former wore assisted hythe
Freedmen's Bureau, against 80,000 tho month:
previous. Tho whites .assisted .were 4094, which',
was quite an increase - over tho number in
February.* ; ?'
They do some sensible things at Havana. A re- i
cent regulation requires the daily attendance of a
Vet?rmory surgeon at' thie slaughter house, to in-j
?pect every ?aimai brought to be slaughtered,'
thus effectually preventing' the sale of unsound'
meat. This regulation has long since obtained all'
over Europe. -1 V- .-'-i [,
W. M. F. ASSY, ex^Goyernor of New Mexico, and' :
now Indkaa ?ge?t, says tho "mhieral resources of i
the country can meyer be fairly placed in course of;
development until the Indian troubles .aro-finally',
Adjusted, and this he'boHevos can bo better andi
so?taeT obtained by a pacific policy than by persis-'
tent .warfare..; ;.; "j ;->v," !("'?"':!'.* ?
T?e Bi??hmohd 'Whig ht?'gbrie over into tile Ba- ;
dicalcamp. This is tho first fruits of the WILSON'
campaign, and it.comes quick and with startling
leffe'cti " The' Organization of the Radical Repub?
licans in the Sooth-Wa strong effective iparty ia a'
fixed iaefc. . Let tho Democrats beheve andi
A Paris letter says : "That nothing may be;
wanning to the honor and glory .of- M. DE BB-'
aiABCK our tailors have invented the paletot Bis?
marck. So that soon wo sh all seo Frenchmen and'
Austrians; alike compelled by. .fashion to wear the'
.ttaounrr? .?~?4~?*.i-.>--lts principal recoinineiiaa
d?tiou win prpbobiy. bo that, thieves will not be
able .to annex ifc?. ...i:- .:..:'.?. ? ? !
Some one .told Mr. Justice ^MOOTSLET,. of Mon?
treal, on the ist of April, that a stranger in tho !
Court was one of the Judges of the Supreme
Court, from New York, and travelling incog. His ;
.Honor, of course,' invitedJius brother to '? aeat-pn
ike bench, and consulted him fraternally on aBi
Jmottypprnto." -Th?'learned jurist turned, out to
be a travelling'merchant. . r
The Paris correspondent pf the Tribune says :
ihat, to realize tho Exposition, "Now, moke of
your imaginary 'house' a real structure 180,000.
yards square ; sct it in a park three times greater." !
This would make'a house ono hundred and three
miles square; and a pork one hundred by three j '
hundred, which would give "ample room and:
verge enough," not only for all the wares ot ali the .
world, but even for the imagination of *hi? corres--. -
Lynn, Massachusetts, is the headquarters of the ; -
shoe trade in this country. . The tax assessed for
business done during the month' of March, was ?
$31,849 SJ, which shows a larger business than was j
aver done before in'one month. The value of
shoes sold m that city during the month of Janna-1
Ty, according" to .the returns, was $396,873 ; in Feb?
ruary, $1,011,513: ; and in .March; $1,255,454. The
total value of the.goods sold during.the lost three : .
months, w'as.$2,663,S4?", i
Mrs. JENNIE SCOTT and Miss ESTES, found a
pocketbook in 'St. Louis, some ' time ago, and re- :
turned it tp-Miufam? flAT.T.ttT^Tirwh">TMir''yTte
tho owner. There waa but twenty dollars in it:
when returned, and Mrs. CALLAHAN claiming that
lhere was $2:00 in it at the time it was lost, caused j
the: arrest of the finders. They wer? ultimately
discharged, and Mrs. SCOTT a few days ago obtain-;
?da verdict pf $2000 damages.for. false . imprison-:
ment.. . ..
The Medical' Messenger of St." Petersburg con- !
tains tho following details respecting the winter in:
Russia: "The present season-has been remarkable
for the severity of the temperature, and up to the ;
present time there has been hut one thaw, after an !
jntense cold of 30 degrees, below Centigrade (22j 1
4egrees below zero Fahrenheit). The number of; i
persona suffering from illness has increased'con- .-.
siderably, and all the civil and military hospitals ' ,
aro filled. The prevailing affections are typhus
2uid intermittent foyer, diptkeria, etc". :: -. '....>:
The New York Tribune ot Wednesday saya:1'
Tho weekly report of , tho Registrar Vital Statip.'?.c'a
shows that wbils in tho cleanly precincts ot the
Fifteenth Ward'the?eativrrate^was birt"l "in "8,524
of inhabitants, in thc. .'gj^tb vTard it wes 1 -bj. 987j
or more tiian ei^?t j^ea as great.1 in 'the. Firstj
Foutb, si^^ Md Tenth'Wards, the rati o was 1
1771. Those who still denounce the power
delegated to the Boord of Health for the deaning
out of nuisances should.be allowed, to Uve in tbp
Tenth Ward for a whiled
The , savings of ijhe peoplerat New York and
Brooklyn amount to aompti?hg enormous. During
the past year, in ' Nsw' York, tho dopoeits in the
savings banks increased $10,828,328; or, from $83>
020,421 on January 1st, 1866, to<93,418,947 on Jan
nary isty 1867. ?In BrppUyn, the increase was
$2,697,881; or^rpor'$16;<rl6,68S on January 1st, 1866,
to $18,317,017 on^January lat, 186^. "The total inj.
crease of ^vings .during theyear in, the two cities
?y.afl-yi^ WMipilP, while_'"the thri?^.deBPaitors, have
'in - savings ba^ drawing interest nearly
;.-: The-G*rmak citizens ot Huscatine,' Iowa, are at
'.p^r?seht greatry excited ovex a disturbaace which
i.ioPk place in the German Evaiigelical Church of
' that^cItV, on-Sunday evening last. The Bev. Wa
, ^EEM?MEIE, poster, took occasion to denounce cejv
tain members of the congregatioa for having taken
*-yta$?1?.'a'tne?Wcatpeif?rn?iniM under the*pafcron
.agp ofthoT?rnvorefc?r'Jcioty. Bx remarks wore
yap ofiensi?e tioat an attempt was made to draig him
'. .from the pulpit, bat was : prevented by the .more
*; eonsworate portion of the congregation. "She rey- '
'?rend gentleman has received vwarning to leave j
? town, and has sought the protection of the an- j
thcrities. ,... ?:'-.' v ,-.:. ! |
- During the- recent . passage of^- the 'steamer
GMtmo, from.i^Terppbl ito NewYarktan iceberg
i -waa encountered which stove a hole in her bow,
';, ?nd fri several days ?he was' in imininant. danger
of sinking. During the oxcitentent oho of-the
jste<OTgepaeBengers itarnished a little molanoholy
amusement^ by" foUowing'the onicers about and !
offering them money if they would let him go into
tn?'-'bo^r^with .?fiem?"'"-"^-WM 'porfee?y wining
v'j?g?hiawifeah?ali remarnonithefihip.; Shewaa
: .?;f??oa Chriatiap,:he ssid, and, pTeparof tp dip ;
Thai hp wa?'?* qWtt' ready io;go, and worMTUtbisr
't^^. J^w*tork "lira^'.iih?rp Ito woo^Mv?. time
NEWS publishes the Oj
rcrs^rema?iiny injhe Posi
??^^\rzk- J?&L-*-1-- S?S-*1-^ Stiff-_?.
7i?%sp^r having me largj?t circulation in
thc^?&y o?^Char^toh: ?' \?s8^
SECTION 6. And bo lt funner enacted. That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for in any Post?me? in any city
shall-horoaftor bo published oncorraly In tho newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall baye tho
largest <:'<-culation within range of delivery of the said
aar Ad communication^ ?nt?ndedj'or puMication in
. tk4*jo*?zz<? must be addressed to Hie Editor of Hie
Da?y mtett,:2fo. 18 Hayne-atrcet; Chariestcmj & C.
Busmtss Cmnmunicaltohsto(Pubiishvr cpDa?y
NeWS. .'. .">' ..'-'. .-O-'-i .Ni.uv.-. -. (
Wecemnot^mdertake-to return refected communica?
-?cteer?ueroerUs outside of Hie city must l>eaccompa~
nocd witii Hie cash. . .:*..: ... - ..- . --. ;
SATURDAY MORNING, APBTX. 27, 1867. j
. :. PAY:iie.-, .'il::-. r
We are sending out at present, a great num?
ber of bills for subscription and advertising,:]
and most earnestly request that all those who,]
may receive them',::."will kaye the.kindness to
make prompt remittances. A great many of |
these accounts have been standing for a year
and more, and it is absolutely necessary now:
that they should be.'paid;
? GOVERSOK PKKRY'S LETTBK,
Govornor? PBK,BY?S Advice to4 the; people of:|
the.State is this: That, aa ;a Military. Govern?
ment" has been established' '?oveT them, until a j
Convention has been called and'a new Constit'u-.
tion framed by "it has been submitted to and;
approved ' by '-Congress^ ' they should '- use; 'the i
privilege given by the Reconstruction Act;' re-';
fuse to call a Convention, and, by thus per-!
pVtuating th?'M?iti^'G 'the.
necessity pf ' unly?rs?j.] suffrage, and_ gain time j
for the coming reaction .of - public . opinion at
the'; North,-to'-repeaMhe Act and restore-the
States to >vbat he "believes to ho their ??ristit?-i
tiona! rights. .-. - . - .. .,
This advice.the Governor bases upon three .
assumptions; .'Which":hs states With emphatic
distinctiveness : . 7.' ii'''] '.'.. '.'?'?"" :t
1. "That it is to be hoped, and it is generally:
believed, that the military commanders in the
Southern States, will exercise their despotic;
powers wisely-and humanely. *..*..-A.,des
potism wisely, justly and virtuously administer- |
cd, is thc most perfect government that can be'
established. It is the. government -of - God, i
established by him for- the government of the
This .certainly docs seem to be a strange con?
clusion for a people who, tho Governor says,!
" fought four long bloody years for - whatthoy
believedto be a sacred right, proclaimed by;
all the American people in their Declaration of |
Independence," and if it is a correct conclusion,"
it'?si still stranger tl?ut the Governor should'de- j
sire a re-action at the North to. set aside " the j
most : perfect . government that can be estab-:
fished:"- ' r':. '?'?
' And tliis brings us to the.second.assumption;
in the Governor's argument, and that is, that
if we vote '.'uo convention" by a majority,, then'
; universal suffrage will not be '-established, and:
the present' Mintary. Government will' continue'
until some indefinite good time which is coming.
~. To this we would say:, . .
1. That there is not the slightest prospect of 1
such a vote .being in the-majority. ..The-col?
ored Vot?-H)f-: the-State will be an-unit'for -the;
Convention and the;white vote w?T be "divided^
the only practical result , being: that as
the freedmen believe that the call of the Con?
vention is necessary to the establishment by
Stat? legislation'bf their newly acquired rights,
they will regard this effort to avoid a Conven?
tion as a symptom'of bad faith on oar part and
aa proof-of our unwillingness- to do them jus?
tice, and we will lose the "opportunity tcseoure
ihat harmony of ."political action b'etweeh'Ith,1
two Classes Which, ia ?so ?boolixtolj; ucoosocwjr. to
the .well being of both. ... ,-: " - ^., |
2; In the nectt place suppose such a -vote to
prevail what guarantee havB:we.that the'Mili?
tary Goverrjnentj; ss.- it.exists now, would be
continued ? If it is so agreeable^to us at present
that we" will defy the reconstruction act to pre?
serve it, cannot.the same Congress which made
it what it is, make it what it chooses,.. so > as ta
compel us'to calla Convention1 to get rid'ofit?
And does Governor, PEBRY. ' suppose " for an in?
stant, that the power which has kept us out as ?
long as it saw fit, cannot force us to come back
whenevwit'sees fit? . -'i ... : . ?;... :.
3. And even if this MilitaryGov?rmBenV?s
allowed to continue, how..does .that save us
from universal suffrage? . . ; .-.-rui'Su : ? .>
Sec. 6;of the Military1 Bill provide!?; ??Thai
until the people of said rebel States.""shall "be
by law admitted to representation in ?he", fi??T
gress of -the'United States, ' any- civil govern?
ment which may exist therein -shall be - deemed j
provisional only, and in. all respects snhjiect to t
the .parampunt authority, of the United States
at any .time' to abolish, modify, .continue or I
supersede the sanie j. and- m all elections to" any I
offices under, suck provisional government, all per?
sons shall be enltiled-to vote' tinder- 'the''provisions j
of'the'fifth section of this ait '.n ' J'i"
. Now, until the registration is effected sind ?
tho Convention called, all elections have been
suspended, but -when the registration has been j
completed und uo Conv< ^ntion called, who will j
be entitled to vote foi; Sheriffs, Ordinaries
and "all, municipal, offices, even if i, we
take it foi-' -.granted?'- ;thatno- legislature
will meet? "indeed is not *'ui??v?*sat;;;s^. i
frage inaugurated by the very, vote Convention !
or no Convention, and. how will .'.'no Convenf
tion" benefit ,us,-unless the^Goyernor considers
that it wiil be a benefits to have all the'Xegis- j
iative Tjower of the Sta/te vested in the Milita--j
ry Crjmmander, and all the administration' offi
ae*T,j selected by-uniyers\al suffrage ? " " - '
- ' The third assumption of Governor PKRBV is, j
that the reconstruction act is a violation cf the
constitutional rights bf" tho Stale, 'and ought,
therefore, to bo' ^rejected. We cannot discus?B
th? principle here involved at.present; but wp
ask the Governor if it-is correct, how-can-w'e.
with any more: consistency accept- "the Presi?
dent's policy of reconstruction ?" Is th?app??it
ment of Gen. SICKLES aa Military Commander
any clearer violation of the constitutional rights
of South Carolina,' than his own appointment as
Provisional Governor ? And is the hn?o?ition
of universal suffrage any more direct interfer
- enc si with the rights of.th? State, thain~Gd1i;?r
n?r PiB&Y*V:?T?b?ai?tion, '" 4?TMg?4fna?Vth'e -
President's:direciioW? ?CpnVer?tion'of the Stats, ;
upon .a basis of Representation in'express direct
vigiation. of^the p^visionaj^oj-th? ?State^onst^- .
tution, and which the Governor himself claimed'
did by his mere will sind ple?s'ur?, 'f<aboTisfithe^
odious Parish representation," and-change the
constitution?lcharact?rvofthe'State?.?.. . jv
We have had occasion, and we hope to
? have still further occasion,, to express^ sincer?-"
ly and fully pur admiration cf the gooi'&ense
and. good temper, of the -military commander of
this District but we cettaiiuy havecnot reach?
ed, and are very iureVthat. he himself could;;
never wish us to reach, that point wnere'we
should regard Gen: SICKLES as -a'despot by di?
vine right- Governor PERRY' .overlooks' the.r
fact that, in his desire to.maintain a Military.
Government as a preventive to other and more
obnoxious features of the Recon^rtictiofi ActEe
is really giving the widest force and'latitude
to the Act itself. If. the .late oivil. war ifni this
country had terminated as other civil wars h?&
done in the establishment of a military despot?
ism under-one supreme chief whose^rill, lite
NAPOLEON'S, was law? there would be some point:
in? the' Governor!* political.philosophy. Bu?
the M?itery Gdvenitaaatwhlahhe wordd main-"
tain is'nothing of ii?e; 8ori?f''"'Tlue"M
ernment:of NortH a?r?d Sonth Gairol?ia-Is'^Sl?a^
ply the admin tra tor of ' the . Bacons true tion Ab t
-the agent of that political authority which
passed it. The same power which placed Gen.
SICKLES in command can displaco him, ami
how would the Gogrnor's.. arguaient apply to
a new.appointmenrowho should ^represent. the
oxtremo vf?ws ofpHbc ^hittcr?S ?ccti?ffi- of
tho ?Bepublican party." When Governor
PEBttY then gravely rcqommcncfci-.. the p^pJLe?
of South Carolina to vote" "no Contention," he is
simply advising thom to refuse to govern them
aafrtjftr buL^insist4ii>o^-bcing ?W-WU^hy^h?*^
Republican party, through that uiost dangerous
and irresponsible -of political' "authorities-a
Military Government, a government which may
be tOMlayiWise and just and firm, but whichinay
bo to-mbrrow, by a change of coxnmariuersj en?
tirely tS?S-reversci' i ~ -; -. ? > - t
What is usually known, or vee shouldjay
.'spoken of, ias the Prussian" system^ of common
"schools, is more correctly denominated Ger?
mon : for it is the outgrowth of German civili?
zation. As,, most "of. our. people have heard
much'-of German 'schools, and bave a general
idea of their superiority over others, without
having any definite knowledge on thc subject,'
we hove Jhbught it may.' not bc unprofitable to
gi^ejspme of their, more characteristic features;,
espepially 'at this time, when our own schools,
of every grade, by reason of the -long "inter?
ruption by the war, haye been brought back to
the formative stage, and are awaiting a plastic,
master-hand to give them being, character and
individuality.; .Mr. J. '.Boss I?ROWNB'S book;
"An^Amexican-Family .in Germany," recently
published,, wi?i?ssist " our memory in the exe?
cution of1 this task.':. ... ?"'. ,1 :,
She schools ixl Germany are conducted j with
grepi caroVand'uhder; strict municipal r?gula-;
tionB. The teachers ure geneeallyf persons of
superior, ability- knd"th?rough" education.-' This
will be r?adOycredited, when we consider that
owing to the cx'ccss,.of"pop.ulatioir, it is gener?
ally as difficult there' fir a tsneher to gfti?> "
position..of honor, and.emoluuient in his pro t'es
*ibn,ia'8it-is here for Alawyer ti.gain fam? '? or;
fortune at tho bar. Teaching is not "takon up",
by any and every bne;;it'is- a profession, the;
avenues to which are as carefully guarded by,
Government as those, to the army or "the civil
f\ A great feature in these schools is thc amount'
j -of oral exercises- through which the children
are required to pass. No mere learning by
rote ?"'is" permitted.- Everyi biranch . musi be
thoroughly understood; and however .> little a
pupil may acquire he must comprehend it as
far a's he "goes. Superficial show is altogether;
disregarded.-. Until a boy is duly qualified in a:
primary class he cannot enter a higher -one.^
Great attention is bestowed upon those studies
most likely to be of use to the pupil in future
life, as, for example,. the -modern languages,
mathematics; -civil:? -engineering,- geography,
drawing, book-keeping, natural philosophy,
geology, etc. ..Due regard ia also paid to the
health of the pupil. He is required to exercise
at frequent intervals, to bathe, sing, walk,
and '. hold .himself in an erect position. Tho
"School 'hours in summer are from 7 A. M
until C P. M.;. with an intermission of two
hours for dinner ; ; ? in- winter from 8 v
This, however, varies .in different parts of the
country. All the studying is done in i school
?In this way there is. but little opportunity for.
street lounging and rowdyism. At school all
are considered .boys, big and little, ima all are
so treated. Precocious young gentlemen of
sixteen."are regarded,/ with 'special ' disfavor.
Neatness and cleanliness ' in dress and person
are imperatively required.
The relations .between..teachers and their pu?
pils are-bf-tho ?mest kindly and affectionate
character. The'sa'me ihtrrchango bf friendly
souvenirs which sb frequently -take' placo in
families, is also a. prevailing custom in this
connection. Birthday and Christmas presents
are made, to the teachers, aftilTbn these occa?
sions' &e'i%^ijst? school unites; in .doing-them
honor-' ' Alfcbtibnale '. addre?s?s.-arV- delivered
on both sides, and there is ul ways a very hap?
py scene 'of rejoicing;' - 33-very 'chU'd-'brings
something, of course according to- his means.
Many: bring- flowers ' 'or' ornamental- - 'plants,
purses, watch-guards, otc; etc. Stt-'?ri -New
Year and on his birthdayf. the teacher receives
. congratulatory epistles from nearly Cali his ;, pu?
pils ; and a vein of refined sentiment pervades
the everyday .lifo.-of? these poor, humble, and
obscure villagers, which our ?orb practical
but very unpbetic couhtryiaea-'find it''difficult
to credit. ;?<",:? gt
During the summer holidays, pedestrian
"tours are made" through various parts'of the
country, having in view health, recreation, and
instruction. . .Sometimes these, tours extend tb
thermountarna:.. of ..Switzerland :and Bavaria.
The classes are accompanied by their teachers,
who omit no opportunity of instilling into their
minds a practical knowledge ' of geology, bota?
ny, :entomology, and suck other studies as
come wjithin the sphere of their rambles. Each
boy carries-with him a tin case, -in'which tb
preserve the specimens picked' up by the way?
side.'"- As they Wander along through-the beau
-^?^;tuCpici%i^3De'part?s pf the 'country, they
sing glees and choruses, make sketches . of the
old castles, or bathe in the mountain streams.
I..They are the happiest set ofbe?ngs in existence.
Knowing no troubles, overflowing ..with health,
and in theTull enjoyment of liberty, ...they.pre?
ssent, a picture ofcpure and perfect-happiness,
if such a thing can exist upon earth.' ;
"Will'any one pretend to say that'such' a life
as this, innocent and refining in all its ten;
denoies, is hot iafihitelybetter than the holiday
?ife of our American children ? Here'iher? "is
no dissipation, no encouragement', to. evil "or
profligate habits, no morbid, and..unwholesome
eioitementsv-';A love of nature in its most at?
tractive.aspects is encouraged. Not a stick, or
Stone, or flower, on. the -way-side, but has its
j '-meaning:; .' The beautiful legends of the ''cotra
t^are'ihe subjects bf sprig, and story. ' Health
earned by exercise brings with it an increased
capacity for study. The mind and .body are
refreshed, and when .the-holidays are over, the
teachers and pupils return to their duties with
clear heads and strong nerves, In this'-way
the" G?rmaris "acquire 'those robust constitutions
which are thc admiration of the world ; and
ampag our Teutonic citizens we " find, the best
civil engineers, .draughtsmen, chemists, botan?
ists, and geologists .to ..develope the resources
of -bur-country^ ;- ;-; 'H>? ? s . .-,.."? :<?>?
BBI^KN3>H> -XUSSIDBNCE AND FARM,
_St situated -orlthln the corporate lim'te of the town of
Aiken, 8. O-The residence ia large and commodious,
ccmtaJnh^eievenroomB, all.with fireplaces; piazzas are
attached to the first and second stories, with all tao con
Tcniancfs necessary to a completo" residence. ' Tho
grounds:ar? handsomely laid oat wimEverRWens, Koses,
I Sc., ?nd the vegetable, gard ea y-ery ample. The outbuild?
ings, servarits" houses, stables, Ac.,.are all in complete
order. -Tho Farm consists- of about fiftv acres of fine
planting land. . . 'iii, .Hv.--:?? ?? -t- ?.>. ?
. Thia- property, -now JJUe- residence of Mrs. iL M.
. Schwarte, is offared for sile "ata reasonable prtco, and ota
accommodating ?erm^for-?iep-nrpos* of division among
-the: bell? Cf the lato Ooo. Parro it. Xheon?re farnimra
.ot Uie hoo??. ?nd premise* g ?y .De. purchased with thc
-. "".'' - W. S. WALKER, *
March) 30 . ws BreentorsEstotoQeciParrotfc
OS SAI^E, A SCHOLAKSHIP X9I A PHTJOA
_ ' DKLPHLA University of Medicine and Snidery.
Trna Scholarship entitle* students to full instruction nu?
tt! graduation in faa MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia M?dica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Disease? of Women and Chu
drcn, SrhnJplos and Practice of Medicino and Patholo?
gy. . A? thu? ia ono. o? tho first Medical Dniversl?es of
the country; "a favorable opportunity la offered those
studying 'medicine tor a . sabotarshlp. Apply st thia
OUtoaiic f ?? ' -.- ..?? '- DecembsrU".
Y7H>K SAI.E, A.- BISE BAU WITH NEAT
X) ' ftrtarevtar sale? at No. 6 Berssiord- stroot. Call
I at TOBKEB'8 B?liard Saloon, comor of King qndMsrttSt
j?tr?et?, y;?.".,?,;'., \v>.... -, .
,?CDA WA!IE^,-APJ?AItATP8, Fp%8???t^
O Oencrator.-3 fountains and Draw Stand, with msxblo
\ slab ia* counter. "All complete and in good order.
' - ??? ?-?:.,.'? E.H. KELLEBS &.CO.; :
Beal Estetei Agents, Auctioneer? \
.... ' AMD ' ' -: -
atptaaberS . ' ?
?^8???tcatMt_?3oJin tona" cinc.autc jjteilettu>i?|tC'
if*?sr**" ?tc*rc rniy '??S. ?MCTUUM "55., It??ea cci
.."",^a"_ family. Appear No. 1 ^ WENTWORTH
3 J Rt ET. between Anson and Ka.it Boy streets.
TT PSOVED ono. fair wages will bo poid. A German
prelorrcd. Apply ot No. 213 MEETING-. bTREET. man
Ual??un, betw eeji tho hours ?f 8 andX? d'clock-AC?I. . .
April2G "" '3*
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CLERK BT
on activo citizen of ?niddlo agc, who writes o
Hood hand and ls quick at figures; is capablu of taking
charge ot o set of nooks, and can produce tho highest
recommendations'for ability and character. But a mod.
erato compensation asked for services. Address
CV,-. '<Z . "WILLINGNESS," !
April 23 :. _ . At this Office. .
ANY ISFUKMAXIOSi OF WILLIAM Xfjl
GUSTUS CUBBIE will be thankfully rocolved by
hw brother, SAMUEL M. CUBBIE, at fit George's, 8. C
April IC . _ -. ;- Imo '
UftS>C T.JTE GENTJIIJlBJ-BARTLETT SEW
\U>?0? LNG MACHINE,^S25.-Wanted-Aconta, $150
uer month and all oxponso* paid, to sell tho Genuino
Uartlett Sowing ATn<-hiPn SSQfifl My'""" will do all the
work that can bo done o;i airy high-priced machine, and
is fully patented, Bcensedand warran Lol for ilvo years.
Wo pay tho abovo wages, or a commission, from which
twice that amount can bb made. Eur Circulars and
terms address U. HALL & CO.. No. 724 Chestnut street'
Wuladolpiiia,-Po..-. -??? 3C-j T.?- ... '\ April 10 ;
WISHES >OM^??t>G. 'JToliaoS. ? LABU
that ?oh cut and mako mon and boy's clothes,
la'iies' and children's drosses, can keep house, and maka'
hersch generally userai in tho house, kitchen and
pardon. Low terms. Good references given if required.,
Any one writing please state terms. Address
- :? L "i?.0. T?.'_*<BQX 31,r ,.
April 7- ! * j- g . ; ?. ".Vance's Fe?ry, S. C> ;
TO BENT, A ?EAT RESIDENCE, OF
four square rooms, two attics, dressing-room and'
gantry ; gos throughout Premises in perfect order, and;
situated in a desirable portion of. tho city. Ample
?tchen and yard room. Apply ot OFFICE.
April 27_ " ;
ROOMS I ar SUMMERVILLE.-F O li ll
pleasant rooms and a kitchen to rout situated near
mu Hotels. Enquire at . 8XKBPE8 "HAl"mwUL"
' 1 ' ' ' No.'?SKiilg street ?
April 27 tana ?
rRESIT, THE COMHOD1UCS TMRTEE
STORY BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 03 Trodd streets
aaa 12 square rooms, dining rooms, pantry, pump,; ?fin?
iera, cook and wash Idtcnens, carriage nouse and'
stables, together with ampi: servants' accommodations;;
jos fixtures throughout For terms, iic, apply to J. C.i
iL??li^UAl^^o?il0^iaiAm^c^^ sin ^fMarch 8 ?
To rtKjwT," rel tojiiSoDdiius-HOUSE, IK -
southerh portion of city, very near tho Battery.:
Possession given immediately. Apply to BUDD &
SLAKE, Boyce's Whait.,, ... ? tatusa April 22 !
rpo RENT, TUE HOUSE NO. 1 MIDDLE
I street containing six rooms, and two dressing
rooms, with some standing furniture. For terms apply
to ' '. i \ ? . ' FAIRCHILD ^HA??LIN,' K
April,23 '' ' i tnthsS . y ;. East^Cnd-Laurens sVrebt ;
TO BEST,: ? STEAM CIUCCLAR SAW,
MILL capable of cutting from five to eight thousand
tuet per day. lt is situated In the contra of a weR-tim-i
berco tract of pino land, two miles from Wando River
md twenty from Charleston. . On the. placo there- ia a
stable and uD other necessary outbuilding?; there is also a'
grist mid attached to it For further particulars, t-pply
io FAIRCHILD'& HAMLIN, coat end Laurons, street
Charleston, S. C. '; tnthdl " ' April 23 ?
TO RENT, THE HOTEL EV SUMMER?
VILLE, known'a? BROWN'S HOTEL, opposite
u.pi?Copoi church, either in Rooms or altogether.
Terms.-For Rooms furnished S7 por mouth, uniur
.;. ?''. AXSC.i,,- : . J f ..'--< H."-!
. A LARGE STORE. 30 by 40 feet;' "and 'two small
STORES. The eu-oil stores have two rooms attached.:
For terms, ic.; apply to . . .Urs. J. T. BROWN;
April lo" tatuali_Summerville, j
TO RENT, FOR SIX MONTHS, FROM 1ST,
of Moy, with or without Furniture, that largo and
elegant DWELLING, No. 13, situated ot corner of Meet-'
bag street and Smith Lane (quito convenient to the liat
tory), containing nine upright rooms and a fine attic, to?
gether, with all convenient ont! necessary outbuildings.
un the premisos there is a largo cistern of excellent
water, and also a nice vegetable garden. Apply ot tho
promises^ Terms moderate to on approved tenant' ' ? ?
TO RENT OR FOR SALE-CHEAP, THE
delightful RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street For
particulars, address B. F.,:Daily News Office. . - ;:;*;2>'J ?
February. 20_ . _'?
RICKI STABLE TO: RKST^-?.'.C?MMO
DIOUS BRICK STABLE, with accommodations
lor hnrsea.ond-vehicleB, cam bc lured, if applied for soon.
FC*-pai??tth?-s 'opply on premises, No^Sir^-HUliCK
STREET, west side, near Trodd._, April ll ;
rpo RE NT, PlUiT OF HOUSE NO. 3S FIN CK-'
I NEV struct Tao Boomi are in .thorough repair,
.j. nero is a good cistern on tho lot t ' Apply ba -the"premi?
ses. ._April 22 :
rpo KEST.HALL' OK.THE HOLS? KO,lo?
I KING STREET, with use of o fine cistern. For
rurther particulars, apply on thopremises.. .
April 17 ' "'- ' " ' ? "'' ' "
TO RENT, THAT. . DESIRABLE STORE
formerly occupied by Mr. Al N. Cohen as o Clothing
atoro, two doors above George stroet.on the northeast
side: a.so, the upper port ol the house* may bo had with
tho store. Possession given on tho first day of May. To
o good and responsible party tho rent will be moderate.-'
For reuther particulars, .apply .to, P. EP&TLN'i. corner
K<"C and Wentworth streets, under Masonic Bau. - '
rpo RENT_THAT D?SIRABLE RESI
I DENCE, No. 53 Cannon street near Rutledge Av?
enue, containing six upright and two' attic robins, with
gus a1r01ii5l1tr.it, wintern, Woll. and Tnplt. Jcitclroik MM?.
uiodations. To an approved tenant terms moderate ;
possession given on l'Jth inst Enquire ot WILKINSON
? GILCHRIST'S LAW OFFICE, So. 48 Broad street.
April 17_ j
TO RENT, A NEAT TWOiSTORY'HOTD'Sta
No. 24 CANNON STREET,, It has lour rooms, twow
story kitchen,' good'yard, and other' convenieuces.' Td
an approved tenant the rent will be. Twenty-five Donara
por month. Apply ot. MACKEY-& BAKER'S FURNI?
TURE STORE, corner King and Market streets.
April2G - ' .- .' t. ; ?i ', C.;. .'
3n ber ?alfc tt8 Sr?bcrIi?Scn Suntc? ont St?tnb ber
testen Unttt?aliinig- ein fthttiurj. ftibtnc?J .?l2nntilla -mit
J5uglc Summing. ??a?ri?t fcaviittr tsirb banfbarft cm?*
fangen.wetben ?OB ??benbop,-133 ?I??tin?f Slr.; ';
April 37 1 j
BO AR PIM G. ,,
HANDSOME APARTMENTS, WITH
; - BOARD.' in the neighborhood of the Battery. ' ' Ap
ply at No. 2 LEGARE STREET. ** April 27
BOARD AND LODGING.-A 'GENTLEMAN
and Lady, or two Young Men, will find o pleasant
uaom with Boord by applying at No. 13 BULL STREET.
? April2g ?'- <--..'. '? ? .'?. ".'>'??-;
: . PRIVATE BOARDING.,. j .:-.
rpjHE "KINO MANSION,'' CORNEE MEETING' AND
JL George streets, will bo opened on the lat Slay for tba
accommodation of Permanent, Transient and Day Board?
ers. H. It JACOBS, Proprietor.
MBS. E. E. OTTOLENGUL Superintendent
April29- :j; r, f i :? Q h K~% \
BOOTS AND SHOES.
' A TO THE ILADIES. W
TUST RECEIVED AT XEE. :*?BI? BOOT,**. WHITE
t?' ? SLIPPERS,- of tho latest style, in mae for the' '"Moy
Festival and Parties," with numerous other kinds suita?
ble for the season, and will replenish weekly by the Phila?
delphia and New York steamers,
T. M. BRISTOLL, i
April 25 thetas Bend of King street
B. G. WMl?l
No. 12 East Say, ' '
Agent of FREDERICK HDSPRATT
WOOBBM) CHEMICAL WORKS,
" Near .Wairiijgton, England,
TNFORMS THE PAPER, CLOTH AND SOAP FACr
A.- TORIES, that by tho ship Amelia, from. Liverpool,
be expects to receive a supply of CHEMICALS which he
desires to sell upon arrival ot the meet reasonable mar?
ket rates, vi?: v.. ,i- ; ?',.?? :j ti -j). ~,jf7i. I
35 costa BLEACHING POWDER
31 drums (iron) Caustic Seda
8 tl arces Bleaching Powder ' ' ?
71 puncheons Green Copperas.
? -eo-The ConsUcu?oBattst of Augusta,-Ga.,- and .the
FoyettoTfue> ~Sf,C'i, ,ObservcT,iwill give, two lnserOon?
Mid send bl? toChfcleston^ows^-- tuths3 - 'April 23 ?
.; . THIS BATHING HOUSE . -j
A T THE BATTERY .'virrLL' BB- OPENED ?OBr THE
f\ Season on '77EDNESDAY, May 1st, and remain
openuntUSeptemfct 16th'.: \"?:'i iii'], -"/t;-:* Vi ?iii \
seASoa norm -
To admit ono person, $6.00;. FamfUee of three persons
and overi' ?4.00' each person;' Children, 'S4.00; Single
Baths, 25 cents; Children, 16 cents. .P. KILROY,
. April26 '-. ?? ' 5/>'.?.;:; Proprietor, '
INTELLIGENCE OFFICJHi. -J ; J-,,?''j
? . . '.' ?: .;-P.'B0^0RTy .
HUDSON, near KINO STREET, rear of CITADEL. \
"JT^ARM EASTDS,^ C?OKSV WA3HEBS, KOUBB 8EB
P VAATS, ba., wanted immediately.
Marchas ;_ tnths2m ,
;M ; -t CEISPEB COm?u,-;! ;.y
. . Oh! she was beontlful and fair,
,With otarry eyes, and radiant hair, ?.-u t.
Whoso curling tendrils, soft entwined,
, Enchained tho verj- heart and mind, .-'-?;"; ? -
" "CRISFKR COMA, !
Sot ?urline.tba:Hair.?f either ^r trrto tfVayy
?nd G?OBify/Bingl?ta cr Ho?'-y llaasive '.-'
??'?-- ? ' Curia. - . ...:','.'. >"; '
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LVDIE 1 AND <fENTLE
MEN can beautify themselves a thouassd-fald.
It is the only article In the world that win curl straight
hair, and ot tbs same tuna glvpit obeautlfuL gloosy ap
pearanoe. ; The Crirpc?1 Qamo not only euri? th?hoir, but
rrrvigorateB, beknufiS? Mld;*leaiiBos it; is-highly'and de
UghfiruUy perfumed, and is the moat completo arUcl? of
the kind ever offered to the Amnrlcan public The
Crisper C^mA wiD.be. sent to any oddrMe,. sealed ani
W. lt. CLARK 4 CO., Chemist?,.
..?'.?".'?,':',-;'?'.? No. 8 Weat Fayette street, Syracuse, ti. 7. , '
'w?.y^yi '-.va- ^;v^t.ii?.>'; ? . lyr : ?
.ENGINE, ' "\ " ["
ONE OF LOCKWOOD & JOHNSON'S; CITY HAKE
3 inch cylinder and 20 inch' ?uxi?to, i? oomp?eie or?
der, for aile low, ot State, cornea; Cumberland atreot by
!nAprU? iW . F. W. CLA?TS^N.'
1 ?cwtfd>cjr ?Utti?cvic
ajicircstiirtoBigc moaot?iaje S>???imi?ilua? Sicfcd ?'crttn?
i^rt gehaltet! ?creen ui?rgru (?Sonntag) S?afljmittog um 4
"Ohr in iSdjr?Jwi .^aHe," Cdc vea-?i-y uitb tine etrafi?.
^3in^aufttaS*t? ^tBfttetttat, . i Jf.lSUit*?ciiit;!
CZ, "JW V ' *> <SeIret?r.
Aptfl 27_ x *
npuFi BOARDv?ststasBEsassast -UTTT.T. MEET THIS
X MORNING, at the Citadel Oreen, at 10 o'clock, to
Join in the procession ol the Eire Department.
1 . "**? **.. .) j... ' .'X.'. W. H. SMITH,
April 27 _1_Clerk of Council.
CHARLESTON HOOK AMI LADDER COM
. ?? PANT NO.. L
-Vfl-KMBERS WILL ASSEMBLE AT THE TRUCK
JjJL House, TMt Horning, at 8 J? o'clock precisely, in
lull Uniform, for Parade. .
. . By order or Foreman. W. D. DAVIS, ,
'. April 27 1 _ateretary.'
CHARLESTON STE ABI FIRE COMPANY
YOU ARE. HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
" the Eugine House, Market street, This Hay, at 8
o'clock A. M., in fuR Uniform (black pants), for Annual
Parade and Inspection. E. JOHN WHITE,
Aprd 27 _ 1_Secretary.
~~: EAGLE PIRE BK OINK COMPANY.
"Xr?U ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
1 your Engine House, This (Saturday) Morning, 27th
i: i a cant, at 0 o'clock precisely, in Full Uniiorm (white
pants), for Annual Parado and Inspection of the Fire De?
Honorary and Contributing Members are invited to
participate. J. O. NOLIE, Secretary.
April 27 , ' rt, 1
VIGILANT PIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
V/ OU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
' J_ your Engine House, in State street, This Morning,
tue 27th inst., at half-past 8 o'clock, in lull uniform, lor
Parado and Inspection; "'.
- By order. JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
. April 27 _____ 1 "_Secretary.
PIKENIX PIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
tho KmrLuo House, This Mo ruing, 27thic st., at 8X
i o ciock, in tull uniform, for Annual parado and inspec?
tion. Ry'order. CATHCART,
April 27 , .' . ', ' , 1 Secretary.
CHARLESTON PIRK ENGINE COMPANY
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED IO APPEAR AT
. the Engine House Thu Morning, at 8 o'clock, in
luii uniiorm (red shirt and blocs: pants), for Annual Pa?
rade and Inspection.
',. '. ' By order. ' GEORGE MoLEAN, :
April 27 ' 1_Secretary c. F. E. Co.
?ETNA STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
<X7"OU ARE. HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
i X the Engine House, This Day, 27th instant, at 8
o'clock, punctually, . in full uniiorm, for Animal In?
spection Parade. -
By order of the President. . JOHN Mc LEISH,
April 37 ?'? ''? 1 secretary .Etna Co.
MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM
: ?.-CA ' ?. PASY.
YOU ARE: HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
your Engine House, This Morning, 27th Instant, at
b u olock, In fud .uniiorm, for Annual Parade and Inspec?
tion of Fin: Department, -
By order. S. BEAUSSANG,
Apnl27. . 1. . . Secretary M. g. F..E. Co.
GERMAN FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
the Engibe House, in FuU Uniiorm (white pants),
?'Mts Morning, ar hair-past 8 d'clock, toe 27tn instant, tor
Annual Parade and Inapecdon of ino Fire Department.
By order of the ProsidouL ? JNO. C. WOHLERS,
. April 27 . ' ._' 1? _SucreUry G. F. E. Co.
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE COM?
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
tho Englue House, Thia (Saturday) Morning, tue
2. ul instant, ut 8 o'clock precisely, in. Fud Uniterm for
'Anniversar}' Parade. "
?- Also attend tue ANNIVERSARY MEETING at the hall.
This Evening, at H o'clock. '
A punctual attendance is requested.
By order. " Wai. H. ARMSTRONG,
Ayr?27 .1 : 'Secretary P. S. F. K. Co.
~ HOPE FIKE ENGINE COMPANY,
YOU ARE HERE li Y SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
.tha. Engine House This Morning, 27th instant,
aC ? o'clock,! in fud uniform (Olack paws), for A-inual
Parade and Inspection of the Fire Department.
.<> W. H. SMITH,
. AprU27 2' -, President/
WASHINGTON FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
APPEAR AT THE ENGINE HOUSE THIS DAY, AT
. SH o'clock A-M-. in. full uniform, for Annual Pa
racke of Jaire Department.
. . . By order: . A W. STEVENS,
' : April 27 1_Secretary-ff. P. Co.
STOSEWALL FIRE ENOME COMPANY.
YOU' ARE- HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR AT
the Kngin.. House,' This Morning, at 8 o'clock pre?
cisely, in foll uniiorm (white pants,) for annual Parade
and Inspection. Hy order; - W. G. MILLER,
, April 27 ..?"?,_; .' ?_Secretary.
YOUNG AMERICA STEAM FIRE ENGINE
... ., ." : , COMPANY. .-.
a SS?MBLE AT ENGINE HOUSE, ANSON STREET.
"J\ - This (Saturday) Morning, (FuR Umform), at
at o'clock precisely, for Annual parade and Inspec?
Br order. W. W. HABT,
April 27 .'"' . 1 ' Secretary Y. AS. F. E.Co. ?
CHAHLESTOS FLOATING DRY DOCK
i,3._ .. i AMD MARINE RAILWAY COMPANY. . "
>? A. SPECIAL MEETING OP THE STOCKHOLDERS
__.-wlU.he neid en Monday, the 29th inst, st 12 o'clock
jtiTiridi.w. ax tho office ot W.-B. Heriot & Co., Nd. 9Broad
street A general attendance is requested.
.. .,'.., ... WILLIAM B. HERIOT,
April 20 ; . 3 .: . ..? President
THE FLORENCE FA?R.
.TH^i1??ES OF FLORENCE ?isPECTPULLY IN
?^.^B^am?foaPA-ts '"ch wm heThoMta
^6 Bgf?gc 1-odge. op. the*, 15th. 16th and 17thofM?y.
i ,^J^?^ ^ -^.^^ tobeneTOlentobl
J8**8-, ^?-^.?01 ?Pen on tte morning of the lst\..ii
ir??Sfe-S? tonight of the loathers wiU bo aseries
a CONCERT. Sc one need stay away for fear of berne
S?i?^<^ S?i There.w-UI bet nb EXTOETION.^^No arttSe
will be sold for more than you can purchase elsewhere.
Terny of Admtesion to the Fiur.-TceX^XSSon
to the Tableaux, 60 cents. Admission to the Concerta)
CENTB- : A E. BROWN,
..erm?'-'-. ^tary ofl^es'Fair.
SPUING &- STJMMER; CLOTHING.
PIERSON & CO.,
_ Nc?.- ; ae . HAYNE . STREET,
_r~_FFER THE . BALANCE OF THEIR STOCK OP
\J . READY-MADE -CLOTHING at Whblr sale or Retail,
at very low prices, to City and Country Trade, comprts
j lug every variety, of SPRING AND .SUMMER GOODS.
April27_ . . .-, - . ' ? Imo
"HSfE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR STOCK OF
YT YOUTH'S, BOYS', AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of fine, and medium qualities, to which we Invite
your attention. Call and e-TSTrrlne. We will take pleasure
lo show and sell them. ' . ?
REMEMBER THE STORE.
.1 .'. _f_DLLE OP THE BLOCK.
April 28 .' . Known ss'Victoria Hotel Range. :
M'S ?L0TH1G FACTORY
. ,,. ??.y IS REMOVED TO CORSER OF h
WHERE HE INTENDS KEEPING A
OM TRICE HOUSE
With the same Prices of
Tto Publirj aro -requested to call and eraanme his
GOODS, aa they vrKl bo sold ot tuo prices markod.
April aa ? = -, WBQ
WnOLEOAZ^B AKX> w^*fTf D?4I_EK TR
W^?^0& M mm,
' GESTS* FCRNISHIfIG GOODS. .
Now -85 BRO?I) STREET
???nnaryas ' elmo?' ; cwaw^-goyp-)^ ?" ? :
CARMR?, WHWOP .ftCO.,
MANTjFACTUEKRS AND ' WHOLESALE DEALERS
A MERIGAN EXPRESS BUILDING, ?08. ? 87 Ka
A and ?1, Hudson -drfot, near D^ief New ?0?
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS.
7AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, PER
I V/\JVJ Schooner Lilly, for sale by
?. TUPFER & SONS.1
April 27 . ?> - . 1
BULK CORN AFLOAT !
'AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN TN BULK i
J \J \ J V7 landing por schooner Farland. and for salo
n lot? to ?ult purchasers by WEST & JONES,
-April37_.. ......:- a.. j-? - -SiKja?EaakBaj.
MOLASSES ! MOLASSES !
Dj: HHDS. CHOICE NEW CROP CUBA MOLASSES
Jt) SO bbl?, choleo new crep Muscovado Molasses.
Far sale by H. KLATTE & CO.,
No. 108 East Bay, cor: Aoco rpm oration Wharf.
April 25 _ " ' '_"Oisin3
CORN, CORN, AFLOAT!
.><) AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE AND SEL- I
??J.\J\J\J LOW CORN, landing from steamer
?.'alcoa, and schooners Ella Pish, Ida Richardson and I
Francis Hatch. For sale by
JNO. CAMPSEN ic CO.,
No. 14 Market, opposlto State street.
April 26_. ?? _
HAY ! HAY AFLOAT!
1 AAA BALES PRIME N. R. HAT LANDING FROM
JLvlV/v/ ship Galena, on Brown's "Wharf, and for sale I
tty JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
April 26 3 No. 14 Market, opposite St ato BL
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
UFFICE, - - - No. ?75 KING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE HABEL.
rjTHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH IN
A SERTED at moderate prices.
US' TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means ot |
Or by. DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
Marchs \ tuthsCmo
S4PE m mm \mw\m \
FART ICI PATION POLICIES.
rHBEE-FOUBTH3 OF THE PROFITS OF THE j
COMPANY RETURNED TO THE INSURED.
THE GEORGIA HOME
. COLUMBUS, Ga.
CAPITAL (oil paid in,).$330,000 00
DASH ASSETS, January 1st 18S7... 375,193 18
mSB ABOVE RELIABLE SOUTHERN COMPANY,
fl now offers to the citizens of Charleston, the follow?
ing advantages :
INSURANCE AT HOME. LIBERAL SETTLEMENTS,
RETURN OF THREE-QUARTERS OF TTS PROFITS.
This Mutual Principle. . which promises to refond to
our Patrons (regulatedby tho prouts made,) from one
third totone-holf the amount of Premium paid, should
corr mend this Company to those desiring to Insure.
Policies Issued at fair rates on Dwellings, Stocks, Cot?
ton and Merchandise, by ii i
LEE & CO,
April, 24 -walo. _No. LBroad street
THE EUFALA HOME
OF EUFALA, AT.A..
CAPITAL (all paid Iii).. .......-;$850?OOOi
f pHE UNDERSIGNED HAYING BEEN APPOINTED I
? I . Agents for above Company, are prepared to take
FIRE ANO MARINE BISKS!, at reasonable rates.;.,
. - ? , LEE i CO.. Insurance Agents.
MES. E. 'mfflEBXM;
(AT H. & A. ASHTON'S,)
No. 405 KING STREET,
- Opposite Borns' lame, -
rfUEES LEAVE TO INFORM THE ? LADIES OS I
X Charleston that she has opened her STOCK OF
MILLINERY for their. ' Inspection, Including a goodia, j
sortnrent of ...
WITH A GENERAL VARIETY OF THE MATERIAL
required In the "business, ' '
At ' Reeisonable Prices.
April IC _ . ' . . " tuttis
"- : '.' AT -:' . "v .'? :
MISS ROSA MmTLAND'S
No. 295 King Street,
, (OVER MESSRS. SHEPHERD A COHEN'S^) '
MISS MURXLAND HAS JUST RECEIVED, PER
"Manhattan." a beautiful assortment of SPRING
AND SUMMER MILLINERY, and solicita a call.
Latest Styles always on hand. , .
? Aprils'. V. . ,-. ? tnthslmo
:-' MADAME F. . LUDEC?S, ;
MILLINERY, AMS FANCY GOODS,
NO. 252 ?ING-ST, Up-Stairs.
; ..j.--; :. . .i_? ?
rfUKES TH? OPPORTUNITY OF INFORMING THE 1
X LADIES of Charleston, and vicinity, that she has
recently opened a large assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would be glad' if La?
issa would call and examine- them. J-!!.??;
Mrs. Ludecns promises to sell at the cheapest possible :
[ates, being satUfled with small pronto*- . :
STAMPIKO .AND FANCY WOBK ;
Dono ai tho ?hortest notice. , " j.
She bas the agency also of-Madame Demorest for 'the I
sale of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the aid of walch !
avery Lady can be ber own Faahlonablo Dressmaker.
. Aprils ; ?? .-. :.: ?. ?-.J ?. staBi
Will. be ope?ed April 18th, a
choice assortment cf FANCY MIL?
LINERY, comprising all the styles
for the season, and o ' very choice
Material. The Stock is c omplet?,and
the attention: of enstom?rs - is ?n
vited. i i"-1"-- -
No; ?2S;;K?ng. strejet-..
SOUTHESK AND NORTHERN ? ORDERS FILLED ON
,-. ? COMMISSION. jm
Office .of ; John P. Newldr?j,
?/b 127 JOAJ>l&TREET, 'COtt]?R S??BOIS,
?'; \j^JBtjW Y O BK;? "^?r ?
r '*? 'EXTON*? PREMIUM: TRENTON
AH orders sent will be promptly ationded
Brno. . . ' : . OncemVrV
Wholesale & Retail ^Dealers
. ?*>. oar ' KIMO: waxBft\ ???? ?
'. * '(o?vosits;;^?iiitH??^';'1,;
C hapie ^pB, C S.
Subscription* received and Gooda deUverad or SOK
rarded by Mail or Expresa.'
All CASH ORDERS trill ba promptly attondod tn,
February33 . ..-; . . . . , >.-:ji, ... ;
:: TKE LADIES' .
MUTUAL AI? ASSOCIATION,
FAVnSGO? HAND A LARGE 8UP?LY O?SEADY
.. dum. m& btlpg destr?n?of dlmlBtoln? oar
e mads In our prlo?? for tho Dirt two
.. .. ??. MCk?toersttt??.
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
HAY ! HAT I
m?AXES EASTERN ll AY.
1-sndia;; per schooner "Jo?. Long." fr?re Bos?
For salo by ISAAC E. HERTZ * CO..
April 271 ? _ X No. Ml East Bay.
. -BASTERN HAY LANDING.
"ICr. BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY, LANDING
lUV from brig "Wm. Mason," on Union WharC
' -r- - - . ALSOISSTORPli
300 BALES PRIME NOHTH RIVER HAY. together
with a large supply of Cow Peas, Oats. Shorts, Bran, ?tc.
For salo at lowest market prices, and delivered free of
charge. R. ARNOLD lc CO.
April jg. ._ .
o w i CEAYt HAY ! HAYI
A Art BALES VERY PRIME EASTERN HAY FOR
4tUU SALE-to arrive-by
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
Conor East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
CABINET SAUCE, &c.
fi) A CA8E"" CAT?1NET SAUCE
JU\J 4 cases Mason's Blading.
For salo low, to close consignments, by
R?SLE? A CREIGHTON.
April 25 3
?)f\ HHDS MUSCOVADO MOLASSES
<-i \J BO tierces Choice Muscovado Molasses
60 hhds Clayed Molasse!.
For sale low, to close consignments, by
RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
April ag_ S
CORN! CORN I CORN!
C}f\ AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, IN
?i\J%\j\}\J bulk and bags, now landing from
schrs. Mary E. Banks and Napoleon.
For sale by RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
April 2S_?_ 3
ENGLISH ALE AND PORTEE.
ey cr CASKS -ALLSOPP'S" A "BASS* " PALE ALE
At) 25 casks "Truman, Hanbury & CO.'B" London
Porter, ex bark "Depesche".from Liverpool.
For salo by RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
Corner East Bay and Accou. modatlon Wharf.
April 25 .... 3
~KN0X & SON'S ALLOAALE.,
pi ASKS JUST RECEIVED, AND FOR SALE BY
\J WM. C. BEc Si CO..
Corner East Bay and Vanderhorat's "WharC
April IO_? _tnthslO
WRMUIUICK ? It?? 1-fU3 \
a. unit s.xj.aijij ssaavvlJftViIUkj*
WM. S. CORWIN & GO.,
I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OP
FINE WINES, BRANDIES, TEAS, ETC.,
No. 259 EING-ST.,
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 thc quality of goods pur?
chased by tann during the past year. It bas been, and
always will i? mr ali . to PLEAS ic OUR CUSTOMERS,
and as we oller for sale the ?rsi quality of all kinda of
GROCERIES, WINES, TEAS, etc, we natter, ourselves
that, with our facilities, can give general satisfaction
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assist in
tho management, would be plea sod to soe bis friends at
No. 259, assuring them that all goods purchased are
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
THAT WE SELL ARE IMPORTED DIRECT BY W. S.
CORWIN tc CO., and pass through no other hands, en?
abling us not only-to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at the following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON.,.$3 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON.1 50 toi 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER.2 25
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST......2 25
?Rwrar.TRTT mtremrPAgT.... ..1 60
CHOICEST OOLONG.. 1 2 00
CHOICE OOLONG.1................V 1 60
Wo keep, also, a supply of cheaper grades-a good
quality of GREEN AND -KTr.CK TEA, MIKED, at SI 60
per pound. ? ."- '-; s---'*'.'
Just received, .a new. supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE,
45c; PARCHED, 60c; GROUND, 52c; OLD: RIO. 35c.
The PARCHED COFFEE we represent to bo of the
FIRST QUALITY, parched by ns with, great car?. A trial
' of these Coffees, Green, Parched and Ground, will con?
vince the consumer on that point.
; GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYBA. "' "" '
? The FILLING OF ORDERS personalty attended to by
one of the Managers. - Goods delivered to all ports of tho
city FREE OF CHARGE.""" '
A supply of GOSHEN-DA?RY BOTTER wiH "arrive on
Tuesday;'. 3mo"- ^February*
ap T IC A L.
The subscribers have jost received
a fine and complete assortment of
the celebrated " PERISC0PIC
LENS," in Gold, Silyer, Steel, and
Shell Frames, which they are pre?
pared tri adapt to all who may suffer
from Defective Vision.:
Prices reasonable and to suit the
ALLAN & SIDDONS
No. 307 KING STEE?T,
Sign of the " Gold Spectacles."
N. B.-The PERISCOPIC LENS
fitted tri old frames at the shortest
April IS - - tathatmo
. ; PATTERNS. . ; '
? UHT RECEIVED FROM ytTywrp. DEMOREST THE
t? latest styles . . ._ . : .
DRESS MASING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES^ .
Cloaks, Basques, Ac, made io order. '- -.. . IU .
Country orders filled promptly. -fi
. MISS E. X. BONNER. '
Broad street, next east of Mansion House:
' April a ?- - r ' / '? ? '1 mao
THE WORLD iST?I?B
AT THE WONSEBFUL BEV?LAHOH8 ' ' .S '
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTEOLOQffiT,
SHE REVALS SECRETS NO MCBT AL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those-'wno, from doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses tn lover loas sfraAsttonii and
friends, loss of money, &c havo become, despondent,
i She brings together those long separated, gives Informa?
tion coacerrdsg absent friends or lovers, restores los? or
stolen property, tolls yon the business you are best
qualified to pursue and in what you wfli be most auccsas
raL causes speedy marriages, and' teUa y ou : the very day
yooi win marry, gives yea- tts names, naneas as*, T
actcristtcs of the person. She reads your very UV .7 _B,
and by ber almost supernatural powere, nnvsils C irk
uid bidden mysteries of me future. Flora the stars we
ssa teaaaflrmamfnt- the malefic stars thai overcome or
predom?nate in the confl(rsxatlon-?rcan': tbs. aspects and
pofiltiODs of tao pianota aed U\o fired stars la U10 h^sTena
at the time ?cf birth, sba deducer, tbs, faiare, destiny of
xotat* " Fsfl'n?t' to" consult ' the' greatest . Astrologist on
earth. It costs you Buta Wne, anayo? rcjky'adver agata
have so favorable an opportunity, ; Omwifttarion fte," with
Uieneee and ell desired irdSrmaUoxt, il.- Partteslivlng
at a distance can consult the Madame by ii^wfmequS
s&fsty and satisfaction to themselves, as if In parson. A
foll and explicit chart, writtes oct. with all inquiries an
Bwerod and likeness enclosed,- sent by mail on receipt of
price above, mentioned. Tb? , strictest secresy wal bo
maintained, and all cerresyondexte? ; returned or destroy?
ed. Re ferences o? the highest order furnlaaed those de
asrmg them. ' Write plainly the day of thc aaontbasd
year in whian you were born, enclosing ? small lock of
hali. ' ' - ? - .
Addross, MA?AIO H. A. PERRIGC,
'.-. '' P. O. DaaWBB 293, Bmnrano, N- V.
March30 : ... .. : , . ? ". -ly
. - THE- ?
Office No. Wi Meeting street,
. . rta ' . ? . :.
Every attention giT?n to the sale
Transmission of Freight, Konsy,
WILL CALI. 'POE AND DELITEE iESI?HI
TO ANY POINT IN THE C?T^ . : "
.'.:-?'."??:;. SBEE OF C3AEGE. -~