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G. R. CATHCART, EDITOB
CATHCART, ?icM?LLAN s MORTON,
To. 18 KAYNE STREET.
?A ILY-TWELVE MONTHS.
TO NEWS DEALERS.....
Cotton closod in Now York at 27 for Middling
TJplan<2s. Gold closed 137?.
Cotton olosod in Liverpool yesterday evening
at lljd. for Middling Uplands.
A Gorman statesman soys BISMARCK keops NA?
POLEON on his logs by boxing his oars first on tho
right Bide and then on the left.
Two mammoth tapo worms, ono 100 feet and
another 75 feot in length, woro taken from the por
son of Mrs. CATHARINE ROUAL, in South Troy
Now York, on Tuesday,by Drs. LYON and STEARNS.
In thc absence of mails, a California paper got
.up an article on "the six days of creation," end
tho editor of a Salt Lake shoet wrote a teador on
The choico of black for clergymen originated
with LUTHES, who, when he abaudonod the dress
of a monk, took what tho olector of SAXONY pre?
sented him, black cloth, or the court color.
Tho increase of tho area under cotton cultiva
iion in the Bombay (India) presidency is about
270,000 acres, representing increased export to tho
value of $5,000,000. !
London has nearly 8000 policemen, divided into
eighteen divisions. A strong standing army
ready for service night or day. Tho expeme of
tho department is $3,500,000 a year.
The damage to the Knoxville and Charleston
Railroad by the recent floods is estimated at $200,
000. A bridge at Bridgeport, Tenn., has been re?
cruit, costing S10J,000.
President JOHNSON hu orderod the return to !
New Orleans of tho statue of WASHINGTON which
was taken from the Capitel at Baton Rouge in
1862, and shipped to Washington City.
That wonderful starvation caso in Dayton has
come to 'a very lamo and impotent conclusion. Thc
"apirita" suddenly cut Air. BROWN'S acquaintance,
and ho hos gone to eating again.
- Tho timely announcement is made that the
American Institute will hold a World's Fair in New
York in 187G, beginning on tho 4th of July, tho
centennial of Amoricau Independence.
RhotfeTslarvd has the groatest population to the
square mile of anv Stat 3 in the Union, and greater
than any country in Europo except France. Thc
labor in tho State showa an annual product of $601
for every man, woman and child.
King GEOBQE, of Greece, has arrived at Lon?
don. It is understood that the Sing will proceed
to St. Petersburg and ask for tho hand of tho
Grand Duchess OLGA, daughter cf tho Grand
Duke CONSTANTINE .
Quaker attire was once the universal costume of
' sober citizens of thc midd.o class in England. All
have departed from that fashion' now but the
Quakcio, and they have never changed, but kept
on in the old way.
Some timo ago, $18,000 in notes of the Fincastlo
(Va ) bank were stolon from a gentloman in Wash?
ington. One day last week $5000 wero found in
Baltimore, $10.000 in Philadelphia, and $3000 in
- S^etcrsb.urg^ Va.
LUCY STONE is creating quite an excitement in
Kansas on tho question of Woman's Rights. It is
believed that thc propositions to strike out from
the Constitution the words white and male will
both carry this fall.
.. " A San'Francisco correspondent says that a sys?
tem of slavery exists on the Society Islands, undor
the auspices of tho French government, unequalled
in barbarity by any former plantation system down
' South. The victims are Chinese coolies and na?
tives pf the Pacific islands.
?- A young man-went to a Catholic church in St.
Louis with two acquaintances whom he had fallen
in with, and, as ho was devoutly worshipping on
his knees, they seized him by the nock, half
choked him, and stole his pocket hook. While he
. prayed his companions preyed.
In 1840 we consumed 24,000 pounds of opium, at
a cost of $40,800. In 1850 wo consumed 87,000
pounds, at a cost of $253,600. In 1860 the impor?
tation reached 119,500 pounds, at a cost of $437,
750. Meanwhile the population has doubled, but
the consumption of opium has quintupled.
Alluding to the purchase of Russian America by
the Unted States, the Journal, of St. Petersburg,
says: "We can only state that the transaction is
mutually advantageous, and that the ports' of
Eastern Siberia will be granted certain privileges,
and that the commercial interests of both coun?
tries will be promoted.
A Washington dispatch of the 29th says : Sev?
eral large boxes filled with presents for the Presi?
dent, Secretary SEWARD and Gen. GRAST, con?
signed to the Japanese Commissioners, arrived
to-day. Tho sword for General GRANT is one -of
the finest pieces of workmanship ever seen in this
Yale College is opulently rich, and the faculty
are making the most of the money to raise it to the
highest standard of excellence. They have for.
building purposes fifteen hundred thousand dol?
lars, and design soon to erect an entirely new set
of brown stone dormitories, a memorial chapel,
the Peabody geological museum, and a new Divini?
We learn from the Turf, Field and Farm that
Captain JOHN TV-AYEBS, the celebrated pistol shot,
is making arrangements for opening a gallery at
Washington, D. C. In 1836, at New Orleans, he
shot an orange from the head of a friend, at the
distance of thirty-six feet, and is ready, on a suit?
able wager, to repeat the feat A friend of his ex?
presses a willingness to become a rest for the '
Senor ROMERO bas received official reports from
Genenral BENAVTDES, commander of the Liberal
forces besieging Vera Cruz, and from General POB
zxBio DIAZ. The reports folly corroborate the in?
telligence previously received of the defeat of the
Imperialist General MARQUEZ. General BENAVTDES
?ia'd heard of the capture of Queretaro by Esco
BEDo, and also mentions a rumor that MAXIMILIAN
had been made a prisonor.
A Mr. BROWNING in the Massachusetts Legisla?
ture, a member from Lee, opposed an appropria?
tion to the Agassiz Museum as being of no "practic?
al use to the people." Mr. B. declared he was
down on a great institution for the preservation of.
pickled snakes, and periwinkles, and dead fish and
such trash, and the old fossils who want to keep
their snakes, and fishes, and rubbish, should pay
"? for the keeping of them out of their own pockets.
A remarkable case of swindling took place in
Sidney Bar, C. B., a short time since. A man
named HARRY JAMES CLEAVELAND claimed to he ve
; received a telegraphic despatch announcing that
lie had fallon heir to property valued at ?2500 a
year. He exhibited tho dispatch to several mer?
chants, it waa thought to be genuine, and they
trusted him to a largo amount. He tried the same
- ? game in Halifax, but was detected, and is now in
A strong story of coincid?'r;r?s is told by an Eng?
lish paper-that at Liverpool two women in differ?
ent localities, each carrying a grandchild down a
stairway, stumbled and fell. In each instance the
child waa uninjured, but the wo; ian died the same
evening. The name of eaoa woman was ELIZA?
BETH FLEMINO. We should' ra_b?r be excused
from behoving the whole of thr.t story. Weare
? : willing to admit that tho two women fell down
A Yorkshireman has just been sontenced to a
' year's imprisonment, in England, for theft. For
... . the last twenty-three years he has supported him?
self by the manufacturo of spurious fossils, Ro
M maa reinoins, coins, flint instruments, and other
'it ? forged relics of the Roman and ancient British pe?
riods,', with .which ho has deceived many of the
moat ernineflt antiquarians of the kingdom. In
1869, having been detected by Professor TENSAKT,
he was induced to exhibit before various learned
societies . his method of manufacturing spurious
If / It appears oy a Parliamentary return jost issued,
h .. that on the ist of March 20 English vessels ot war,
of 34,617 tons, and a complement of 5313 officers
""" sod men, were in. the Mediterranean; 29 vessels, of
24,327 .toca; and a 'complement of 5488 men, in
? North America and tho West Indies; 9 vessels, of
>. 7647 tons, and 1115 men;' on the southeast coast of
' America; 7 vessels, of 7590 tons, and 1275 men, at
V the East Indies; 3 vessels, of 3078 tons, and 446
.raen, at tn0 Cape of Good Hope; 19 vessels, of
15,179 tons, and 1894 men, on tho wost coast of.
" AJrioa.staiion; 14 vessels, of 19,842 tons, and 3321
mon, tc the Pacifier 40 vessels," of 30,246 tons, and
fi 4628 mon, on tho China station; 6 vessels, ^'6793
i ? fcons - and 136Tmeri;"m Australia^ and J, surveying.,
j? -veasel witli 90 men detached, ir? tho Straits of
.;JP&*#*T' ?,. .'-.:? ? . " ' , " i '
LARGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
>JEWS publishes the Official List of Let?
ters remair.inn in the Postoffice at thc. end
of euch v>e*'c, agreeably to the following
?melion of . JV?iO Postoffice Law, as the
newspaper nerving the largest deviation tn
the City of Cairleston:
SECTION 6. Atxl bo lt further enacted. That lista or lot?
tere remaining uncoiled tor In any Post?nico in any city,
town or village, who o a nowsiaper ?hall bo printed,
shall hereafter bo pabashed once only in tho newspaper
which, boins; publisbctl weekly or oftener, shall have U?e
largest circulation within rango of dolivery of tho said
SS~ Ai communications nUenoMforpiMwcdion in
this journal must he addressed lottie JCdUor of (he 1
. Da'dy Sews, So. IS Uayne-street, Cliarieston, S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Daily
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Advertisements ouisii'e of the city must be accompa?
nied willi the cash. _
c H?IL? S T OK.
WEDNESDAY MORNING-, MAY 8, 1867.
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 have the kindness to
make prompt remittances. A groat many of
these accounts have boon standing for a year
and more, and it is absolutely necessary now
that they should be paid.
SUFFERING IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
The New York Herald of the 4th, publishes a
communication from Governor OER, accom?
panied by abstracts of letters addressed to Rev.
WM. MARTIN, of Columbia, who had issued cir?
culars, calling for information in regard to the
extent of the destitution prevailing in different
parts of the State. These abstracts, which we
publish this morning, tell a tale of wide-spread
and all hut hopeless destitution, sueh as the
world has not heard of since the famine in Ire?
land twenty years ago.
The appeal which is made to tho humanity
of the country by thia mere statement, is gener?
ously and heartily endorsed by the Herald.
But while we acknowledge the kindness with
which this has been done, and recognize the
relief which in many instances has been afford?
ed by the exercise of Norlb ;rn charity, there
is a truth contained in this statement which we
would impress upon our Northern friends.
That truth is that this destitution and suffering
is the direct result of the political agitation of
the last two years.
When the war closed throughout the South,
there was universal preparation to go to work,
aud if one half of the land that could have been
planted had been cultivated, if one half of the
energy which could have been exercised had
been employed, there would have been but
comparatively little destitution, and no where
any possibility of starvation.
What prevented it ? The unnecessary and
mischievous agitation in Congress, or if it is a
fairer statement, tho unfortunate difference be?
tween Congress and the Executive. What the
South wanted was capital-Capital to buy mules,
to supply provisions, to pay the wages of freed?
men, who had nothing .but those wages to de?
pend upon. There was ample security for such
capital, and for large and sure returns of in?
terest upon its use. And this capital would .
have conic but for the constant threats of con?
fiscation and the uncertain political status of
the States in which such capital was needed.
What wise mon, seeing the influence of Mr.
STEVENS, and listening to declarations of com?
ing vengeance, "a little mild confiscation pun?
ishment first, aud then quiet," would have ven?
tured his capital in property which might be
snatched from his debtor.
Then, too, the wildest theories and the most
foolish theorists on the subject of negro labor
wore all powerful. It seemed at one time as
if the Democratic party had resolved that no
freedman should be permitted to labor; that
the whole of the present generation were to be
secured in the employment. of. a perpetual
holiday. . . ..-.'?.
And in this State the monstrous iniquity of
the confiscation of the Sea Island' lands de?
molished labor through one of the richest and
most productive sections of the State, while in?
ducements, the most delusive but the most at?
tractive, were offered in other sections to per?
suade the laborers to emigrate.
And both of these are still at work. Violent
and extreme men are still threatening confisca?
tion, and. even such a Democrat as Mr. BROOKS
shows his love for the South by tho declaration .
that he would sooner trust capital in Hayti
than in the Southern States. .'
Thc condition cf things, however, is impro?
ving, and we would say to the Herald and all
other papers or individuals who would-prevent
the recurrence' of such suffering, that the
surest way is to put an end to the political agi- "
tation which is consequent upon the unsettled
status of the South, and to discourage and con?
tradict the thousand wild and wicked rumors
with which the Northern press teems, that per?
sons and capital seeking employment in the
South run unusual risks. The truth ia just
the reverse, and, much as. we have suffered, -
Mr. SIEVRNS' speeches and Mr.- STEVENS' peli
cy, by creating and fostering this distrust, have
deprived'Nbrthern.,eapitalista .of more j certain
and. larger profits than have been offered to in?
vestments for many years in this country.
THE SITUATION IS CENTRAL AN?
The Panama correspondent of the New York
Herald states that Isthmus politics remain tn
statu g ?o. The reports which Admiral DAHL
OREN had heard of the difficulties'along the
coast were exaggerated, and his orders to Cap?
tain "PAULDIHO, of the Wateree, to make all
haste in reaching Panama, as well as the daily
drill of the crew, proved to be superfluous. On
her arrival the Wateree found no pretext for an
attack upon the city; but.her presence had the
effect of renewing the feeling of security, which
the American residents have aot enjoyed since
the departure of the Jamestown. According ti?
the latest dates from Central America peace
has been thoroughly re-established in the dis?
contented States of Guatemala, and CRUZ, the
rebellious leader, has been exiled. The C jsta
?Rican Congress was" to be convened early in
May, and certain amendments to the. Constitu?
tion were to he discussed. The contradictory
reports from Peru rendered it difficult to judge
of the actual stato of that oountry-some de?
claring it serenely quiet; others describing it as
agitated by uprisings and revolutionary excite
. ment. In Lima the toleration measure Was
defeated in Congress by'S vote of 48. to 40, but
a proposition is still under discussion about re?
ducing the Church property by one half in that:
city. On the'11th nit. a meeting called by the
priests in the public square, in front of the hall
whero Congress meets, led to a row, in. which
paying stones were used as knock-down argu?
ments. The pelias were summoned in force,
and a company of cavalry was ordered out to
end the row. This, was accomplished after a
sharp, little fight, in which many were wound?
ed, but only one was killed. Several priests,
were arrested and are 'now in' prison.Th?-1
treaty, offensive, and defensive, made jby the
American: Congress of .1805, hag just been ac?
cepted by Salvador,.Horid?ras/:Colo'mbis?:Ven?.'.
zuela, Eucador and Bolivia.^ C^e.itfd Pero
will probably ?eeept'?i also,"" .. ,t ,? ' . ;:, ;
.. r.Tbe Santiago, correspondent ot: the samo
journal states, ander date of April 1} that the
Spanish fle?tf -has - not' yet reappeared in th?
Pacific. He adds that the'truce question be?
tween Chile and Peru ia still absorbing, atten?
tion; and he chronicles the resignation of Ad?
miral TCOKER, .' who-? left-' in the "?n??ffn;majl
steamer of tho 25th for Callao. The resignation
of thc Admiral seems to haye been prompted
by - the -hope ; of harmonizing affairs iff Peru
-tppointwcnt of a foreigner to tho command of |
a fleet against President 1'RAHO.
Thc new ten minion loan, negotiated hy
Chile in England for carrying on thc war, baa
been arranged just in time to pay pressing
debts and to continue (ho war. Tho news from
MENDOZA is unimportant. The Argentine and
revolutionary forces remain inactive, and thc
only details we receive attest, outrages on thc
inhabitants and general anarchy.
ILLINOIS LANDS WASTED.-P I JPT Y
thousand aero? of good farming lands in Illino:s
wanted. Also 20,000 acres of good Iowa lam?. Address,
Hiving numbers of the land and lowest cash price, ?. C.
DAVIDSON, Beal Estato Agont, Galesburg. Illinois.
A?ADI OF EXPERIENCE IN TEACH?
ING, desires a situation either In a school or tam- |
Hy. References gtvon If required. AJ-l-ess "R. T. A.'"
BennettsYillc, 8. 0._wfm8? May 1
BI HI I GRAT 10 N.-PLANTE ICS WHOSE
Plantations aro located in healthy sttu&tioDs can ob- j
tain any requisito number of German or L.?2 j Laborers,
at short nonce. Tor terniB, kc. apply to
J Obie tH H. OPPENHEIM,
No. 432 King street, corner Bu Ison street,
March G w?m2mo Opposite Citadel Square.
ANX INFORMATION OF WILLIAM AU?
GUSTUS CURRIE will be thaukfully received by
his brother, SAMUEL M. CUESTE, at St. George's, a. C.
ANTED, AN ELDERLY WOMAN AS
Cook for quite a small family. Ono who is will?
iup to muUu hersch generally useful, is civil and iigroo
able in maimers, van apply at No. CO Calhoun street.
WAN l'BO, A SITUATION AS CLEltK BY
an activo citizen of middle ago, who writes a
good hand and is quick at figures; is capabl.' of ta ?dug
charge ol a sot of books, and con produce th- highest
recommendations for ability and Character. But a mod?
erate compensation asked for services. Address
April 23_ _ _At this Omeo.
TTTISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
TV that can cut and make mon and boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's dressa?, can keep house, and mako
herself generally useful in tho house, kitchen and
gardon. Low terms. Good relcrencos given if required.
Any ono writing please state terms. Address
"C. W." BOX 3L
April 7_._Vance's Perry. S. C.
WANTED, A GOOD COOK AND WASHER,
also a SEAMSTRESS and CHAMBERMAID. Must
faring good recommendations. Apply at No. 13 WENT?
WORTH STREET._J._May 7_
<?rj ?\rr T iE GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
MO^OO INO MACHINE, *23.^Wauted-Agents, 4160
per month and all expenses paid, to sell tue Genuino
Bartlett Sewing Machine. This Machino will do all the
work that Caa be done on any high-priced machine, and
is fully patented,licensed uud warranted for Ava years.
Wo pay the above wages,- or a commission, from which
twice that amount can bo made. For Circulars aad
terms address H. HALL k CO.. No. 724 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia. Pa. 36 April 10
SEVERAL VE Ri' PLEASANT ROOMS TO
RENT. Apply ai No. WO WENXSV.. BTH STREET,
wost of Rutledge._' 3* - ? ? . '? - May 8
TO RE ST, A TWO AND A HALF STORY
D WELLES (Jr In LEG ABE STREET, No. 27.
Moy 8 1 _li. M. MARSHALL. & BRO.
TO RENT, A SMALL STORE AND DWEL
' LING, No. 113 Ring Btroot. Apply at No. 100 KIN G
BJ.-RBKT. ? _ ? May 8
TO RENT, THE STORE No, SO EAST BAY,
at present occupied by R. ic A. P. Caldwell. Pos?
session given 1st October next. Apply at the omeo of
GEO. E. PKITCtLET, North Atlantic Wharf.
May 8 wfm3
TO RENT, A NEW AND WELL FIN?
ISHED two and a naif story BRICK HOUSE, sit?
uated In Trumbo Place, near the corner of Broad and
Rutledge streets, containing 4 square rooms, two large
well mushed attics, two dressing rooms, panky, cistern,
and au tho necessary, outbuildings. Inquire next door,
to C. C. TRUMBO._mwf_March 25
rnO RENT, THAT DESIRABLE STORE
I formerly occupied by Mr. A. N. Cohen as a Clothing
Store, two noora abore oeorgo street, un the northeast
sido: a so, me"upper part of thauouse may "be had with
the store. Possession given on the ttrst day of May. To
a good. and responsible party toe rent will be moderate.
Por further particulars, apply to P. EPsTIN'S, comer
Ring and Wentworth streets, under Masonic Hau.
April 16 _ ? . . ?
rr\0 RENT, A FINE RESIDENCE, COR
. I NEB Lambo!! and Lcgaro streets. Also. A GOOD
KE8LD&N CE, NO. 29 East Bay, now being put in com?
pleto Order. Apply to JOSEPH MURRA.*-, No. 1 Hayno
siro ;t. 3 May C
RICK' STABLE TO RENT-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICK STABLE, with accommodations
for horses and vohiclcs, can be hired, if applied for soon.
POT particulars apply on premises. No. SO CHURCH
STREET, west side, near Trodd. April ll
TO RENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. 93
KING STREET, with use of a Uno oistern. For
further particulars, apply on the premises.
rpo RENT, A KINE RESIDENCE IN BULL
I street, within loo yards ot the Railway. The House
has eleven (ll) gool rooms, and is. in perfect order.
Possession can be had on or about the 23d May. Appl>
to T. A. WHITNEY, No. 7 Franklin street, or No. 2 Chal?
mers street, stuwfl -j May 4
WE HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED WITH US MR.
OTTO F. WTETERS. The business wBl hereafter
bo carried on under the name of MULLER. NIMITZ &
CO. : WERNER MULLER.
?J Charleston, 8, C., April 29,186?,
rjTHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE REMOVED THEIR I
I Wholesale Grocery, Rice and Commission Business
from No. 30 Vendue Range to No. 181 EAST BAY.
MULLER, NIMITZ & CO.
" Charleston, April 29,1867. mwf 8 May 6
NORTHEASTERN BA TI .ROAD COMPANY.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. J
CHARLESTON, S. C. May, 2,1867. I
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, THE 6TH LN.iT., THERE
WJB be but ONE DAILY PASSENGER TRAIN run
on this Road, the schedule of which wm fae as folio wa:
Leave Charleston.2.16 P. M.
' ArrlveFlorence...??.?......8.10P. M.
Leave Florence. 3.40 A. M.
Arrive Charleston. 9.46 A. M.
The trains on the Cheraw and Darlington Railroad will,
after the above date run as follows:
Leave Florence.8.46 P.M.
Arrive Cheraw._;.1L4S P. M.
Leave Cheraw.2.00 P. M.
Arrive Florence..6.00 P. M.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
SS~ Cheraw, BennettsvUle, Darlington, Wadesboro'
and Florence papers will copy for one month.
May 2 6
Havana Plan Kentucky St?t? Lottery
MTJBBAY, EDDY &CO., MANAGERS.
rpo BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 1GTH AND
A. 30th of each month. Scheme, 32,000 tickets 627
prizes. -Whole tickets,'.$12; halves, $6; quarters, $3;
eighths, $1 50. ; .i. iU J?'.y :.~
1 Prize'of..$60,000 3 Prizes of..$6,000
1 Prize of.$20,000 29 Prizes ot.$1.000
1 Prize of.$8,000 63 Prizes or..$400
I Prize of.?.OOO 165 Prizes of. ?200
220 Prizes of $125.
61 Approximation Prizes amounting to S9,900.
Combinaci?n Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
Circulars sent tree. Drawings mailed as soon as thr
Lottery ls drawn.
AMrfss H. T. PE. ERa, Culled St:.esLtcenjoJ Axent
NJ. .ti-basal jir?t, oh-nestoii, S. w e. iif. Box ?'." 1 O
February 20 Smo
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
"O" AVTNG ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OP READY
_CL MADE CLOTHING, suitable for Gentlemen, La
dlee and Children, and being desirous of flimlnfaMng our
Stock before the season advances too mr, we would espe?
cially draw the attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which will bo made in our prices for the next two
or three weeks from dato.' ' . . -
Apply at the . DEPOSITORY,
January 29 . No. 17 Chalmers street.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies for the ya ir 1867," is published for the Information
of persons selling Goods fay sample or otherwise, who are
not residents of this city. All such persons are hereby
notified to report at this office. "
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by imons not residents, fay sample or
Otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
..Marana ... Clerk of Council
0. F. VOILER,
NO. 108 M?HKET ST.,
Boots, Periodicals and Stationery.
JUST RECEIVED- ' -
A Ur e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1887, Etc
??"?CT-1 . ? ? ? ALSO,. .-._?_
fine, and large selection* of NOVELS, by the mos!
ce? >ratod author?. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Hom?
Am. wmenta, ftc. , - - -;
f? At the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for tho same. .'..-';
Orders from tho country are respectfully solicited.
-TERMS LraTOaV ? . November8
, WILLIAM H. GILLiLAKD & : M<
Beal Estate Agents, Anvtioneers
(? . . . , .'AND . ... ...
? COMMISSION M?ECHAI?TS,
OFFICE NO. S3 BAYNE STREET. ~.
Golden, Flaxen, and
Buken CURLS produced by
the use of Professor DK
, BBEUK'S F RT 8 ER LE .
?CHEVW1E . Ons. appuaa-L
^don warranted to curl the?
- ,.j most straight and stubborn ?T?T
hair of either sox into wavy ringlete, or heavy massivo
curls. Hus been osed-fay tte fashionable* nf Paris sod
?FT. fe gneebymau, analed and.postpaid, 3L
Pewrlpttve drantors mailed froe.. Address BERGER.
COMMISSIONERS OF MARKET.
AN EXTRA MEET DIO OP TEE COMMISSIONERS ,
of Markot will bi* held Thia Dav. at 5 o'clock, at
MairketHau. WILLIAM KIRKWOOD,
M*-T 8_1_ _ Chief Clerk.
LA.VD9IARK LODGE, NO. TO.ATSVM.
AN^HT,K,A-.f0:VnrUNICA,rIONOF THIS LODGE I
will held Tin* (Wednesday 8th instant.) Evening, a
8 o'clock. Thc W. M. Degree to bo conferred.
By order of W. M. THEODORE E. NEWTON.
May 8_ 1_Secretary.
OERMA.1V PIRE ENGINE COMPAJVY.
A EEOULAE QUARTERLY MEETING OF YOUR i
IX. Company wiU be hold at the Hall. This Afternoon,
at 3 o clock. Ponctuai attendance is requested
By order of the President.
JOHN C. WOHXERS,
May 8_I*_S?retary G. F. E. Co.
GERMAN FRIEBDLY SOCIETY.
THE THIRD AND I AST READING OF THE ARREAR |
LIST will take place This Evening, when final action
win bo had.
Tho Rules as revised will receive tholr first reading
1 his Evening.
By order. JNO. A. BLUM. I
__May 8_1_ Secrotaiy._ I
CHERAW AND COALFIELDS RAILROAD.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLD?
ERS of this Company will be held at the People's
Bank, This Dag, 8th May, at (2 o'clock.
W E. GODFREY,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Choraw, April 30,18 T. wmw3 May 8
ATTENTION CHARLESTON EIRE ENGINE
THE- REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF YOUR
Company, will bo held at your Hall, T'Ai? Evening,
8th Instant, at 8 o'clock precisely. By order
May 8_Secretary C. F. E. Co.
?2TNA SOCIAL CLUB.
PUNCTUALLY ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF
your Club, This Evening, (Wednesday.) at 8 o'clock
prccisoly, at tho Hall of thc Palmetto Fire Company. An
so.i street. W. H. AEMSTRONG,
C. O. M. W. E. 8 ere ta ry iE toa S. C.
THC DIOCESAN CONVENTION OE THE
PROTESTANT .EPISCOPAL CHURCH In South
Carob aa, will be held in Grace Church. TAi? Day. tho 8th
Divine Service will cemmonoo at 10 o'clock, A. M.
JOHN 2>. MoCOLLOUGH,
May 8 _3_ Secretary.
ftiinn NOTE LOST-NOTICE-ALL,
ML?\J\J\J persons are cautioned' against trading for
a I'roiniBaary Note, dated May t?, I3?7, nt i>ixty days, of
ELIAS VENNLNG, lor Six Hundred Dollars, accepted by
S. L. HOWARD & BRO., tho same having been mislaid
or lost, and payment tuorcof stepped, wu May 8
DRIFTED FROM ATLANTIC WHARF
Dock, ten (lu) PINE LOGS, about 10 feet long. A
reward tor recovery of same will bo paid at Wharf office.
May 8__ a?
FLAT LOST.-A LARGE OPEN LUMBER
FLAT-a liberal reward will bo paid for any infor?
mation that will load to its recovery, or if delivered at
Bennett's Mill, East Bay street. 2 May 7
T7U>R SALE, A YOUNG MAKE, FOUR
Iv years old, warranted sound and gentle. Apply at
NORTHWEST CORNEE OF QUEEN AND STATE SIS.
May 8_ - _" _
ASPLENDID RESIDENCE AND FARM,
situated within the corporate lim " te of tho town of
Alten, S. C.-Tho residence is large sud commodious,
containing eleven rooms, all with fireplaces; piazzas are
attached to the first and second stories, with all the con?
veniences necessary to a completo residence The
grounds arc handsomely laid out with Evergreens, Rosea,
etc, and tho vegetable garden very ample. The outbuild?
ings, servants' nouses, staolcs, iic, aro all in complete
order. Tho Farm consists of about fifty acres ot' fine
This property, now the residence of Mrs. M. M.
Schwartz, is offered tor sale at a reasonable price, and on
accommodating terms, for the purpose ol' division among
me heirs of tue late Geo. Parrott. The entire furniture
o. thu house and premises ii ay bc purchased with tho
property. . .
Address W. S. WALKER,
March 20 ? wa Executors Estate Geo.' Parrott.
FOR SALE, A FINE LOT OF BRONZED
CHANDELIERS, two handsome Glass Show-Coses,
Table Tops, Stool Tops, and other stor : fixtures, will be
sold cheap for emu. Apply at once to Dry Goods store
lu Auger's Building, No. 223 KING STBhET.
May 7 3*
PRIVATE SALE, SMALL HOUSE AND
and LOT, on the south side of Shepard street, and
next lot, but one, to thc South Caro,ina Railroad track.
Apply to W. H. G ILL IL AND it SON, No. 33 Hayne
street. 3 May G
FOR SALE, O.V ACCOUNT OF DEPAR?
TURE from t'ue citv, the stock and interest in
an established FLOUR. HAY AND GRAIN STORE, do?
ing a safe and paying business; is situated in the best
location in the city for the business. Inquire of tho
proprietor. JOHN BINNS, No. 219 East Bay.
BOARD OF THE BEST KIND, WITH OR
-without rooms, can now be secured, at very r. ason
ablo rates, if soon applied to No. 2 ST. PHILIP STREET,
corner Beaufain street April 30
BONDS, STOCK, &c.
BONDS, STOCK AND SECURITIES OF ALL KINDS.
BANK BILLS bought at highest price, by
ANDREW M. MORELAND, Broker,
April 17 . wfmimo No. 8 Broad street
35 RUTLEDGE AVENUE STORE.35
JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK
6-4 A No. 1 WHITE MATTING, 37K cents per yard !
4-4 A No. 1 RED CKECKED MATTING, 40 ct?, per yard.
Also, a splendid assortment of
For One Hundred per cent, below Manufacturing cost.
35 RUTLEDGE ATENUE. 35
May 8 2 SIL VE Y ?Sc SSUGMAIf.
JUST OPENED A VERY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
of STTiK and LACE COVERINGS of latest styles and
of recent importation, very reasonable at
No. 248 KING STREET.
In thia line will be fr und the latest Novelties In Cold,
and Black BILKS, GRENADINES, POPLINS, LENOS
CHALLTE8, POUT DECHEVRES, Plain and Figured
BAREGES and MALANGES for traveling.
ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES.
A foll assortment in Shades and Numbera of the
GENUINE ALEXANDER'S ETD GLOVES, together with
roany other popular makes, very reasonable, ALEXAN?
DER'S BEST KID FINISHED SILK GLOVES abd Lisle
Thread Tor Ladies, Gents and Children, also an exton
slva assortment of LACE MITTS.
JACONETS, COTTON CAMBBICS, MULL; NAIN?
SOOKS, French and Swiss MUSLINS, in plain, striped
and plaided, together with a splendid assortment of
finest Cambric and Swiss Edging and Inserting?, Thread
VaJencien, Guipare Linen and Cluny Laces in Edging
1,000 dozen li C. HANDKERCHIFB. good quality at
12K cants and upwards, full lines of the most popular
makes of TRISH LINENS, in fronting, Pillow Casing 8-4,
9-4,10-4 and 11-4 Sheetings, and an excellent assortment
of White and Cold TABLE DAMASK, ?c., ?tc,
In tnis line wfll be found a foll' supply of best French
and English CLOTHS, CASSIMEBES, DOESKINS,
MELTON CLOTHS, TWE.?DB, JEANS, VESTINGS, and
In the Domestic Department will bo found a complete
stock of Prints, Ii ngcloths, Shirtings, Sheeting, and
Pillow Casing, Seo) -.'i and Domestic Ginghams, Brown
Shirting, Corset Jeans ard Drills, aU of which wfll be
sold at prices that will defy competition.
.03-An ?arly call ls respectfully solicited.
LOUIS; COBEN, ;
No ?4:9 KING STREET,
Between Hasel and Market streets.
April 1 _ -mwf'. . ' - '.' imo
BEST S?X-GORD CABLED
JOHN & 1TOGH AUCH3N?L0SS,
-- SOLE AGESTS -ttl NEW YORK.
March's " ' ri": r.'. V.^-irflng? :
TS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
X Merchants and -basin era mon try lt tor a fmr mon thu.
"No risk no gain." Send on your cards and increase
yore t~de 'Als fall. Ibero's nothing to equal Printer's
Ink-it has made many a fortuna, v j.,;; iv.'
. Terms for tho papor-43 per annum, in advance. , .
Advertisements: inserted at the rate of SI per square Of
twelve lines or Ice? for each insertion. " - -
Carda of ten Ima* or lesa, at the rate of $10 for three |
months, j- -v ?."^ ;t??r".*.-A?. ; '[
Contract, by the year or for six months, allowing priv
HerimniXXW Pabnar.? -OKI <-r?p?ici.?
One Night More !
WEDNESDAY EVENING MAT 8.
MUSICAL AND PANORAMIC EXHIBITION,
OB, A TOUR Di IRELAND I
Tho Mnsical Illustrations, by tho Misses DALTON ?nd
MAC EVOY. Mr. CHAS. M\C EVOY, tho popular Irish
Vocalist and Violinist vrill appear lu Us groat rotc ot
"Barney," the Guide.
A Descriptivo Lecture by Pror. MAC EVOY.
MSkV Admission 7G and 50 oonts. Doors open 7;
commence at 8 o'clock.
SST Soo bills o? the day. Chango of Programme
every night. May 8
FOR THE BENEFIT OF TUE WIDOWS AND OR?
PHANS of Marion Lodge No. 2, LO O. F.. will
take placo at Hibernian Hall, on THURSDAY EVENING.
May Otb, at 8 o'clock, undcrtho directiou of Professors
F. BERKHAN and T. P. O'NEALE.
XS3~ Tickets to bo had at aU tho Bookstores. Mills
House, Charleston and Pavillion Hotels, and all the prin?
cipal Drug Stores, and from tbe Committee.
ADAM B. GLOVER,
PROF. T. P. ONEAL,
1. G. MARTIN.
F. D. PIKCKNEY.
J. H. HOK0?R. M. D.
THE FLORENCE FAIR.
rrVHE LADIES Or FLORENCE RESPECTFULLY IN
JL VITE the public to a FAIR which will be held in
the Masonic Lodge, on the 15th. 1G th and 17th of May,
tho proceeds of which will bo devoted to benevolent ob?
jects. Tho Faur will opon on the morning of the 15th, at
10 o'clock. On tho night of tho 16th thon will bo a series
of i ABLEAUX and CHARADES; ontheiu&ht ot the 17th,
a CONCERT. No ono need stay away for fear of s?lng
imposed on. There wUl be no EXTORTION. No article
will be sold for moro than you can purulmse elsewhere.
Terms of Admission to tho Fair. 2G coats. Admission
to tho Tableaux, 50 cania. Admission to tho Concert, GO
cents. A E. BROWN,
Secretary of Ladies* Fair.
April 22 22?
IIDUni STPBV |T0
. ?re*, sta ?av taw <sasr ? essa sj* ? 4} MS ? W ?
HARRISON BARNET. MANUFACTURER. AND IM?
PORTER, of WINDOW SHADES, CORNICES,
Banda, Pins, Tassels, Gimps, Loops, Cords, tte ; White
and Buff Hollands; No. 126 WILLIAM STREET, Dotwoen
i Fulton and John streets. Now York.
Store and Olli -o Shades modo to order.
December 24 mwf 6mo
THOMAS E. MLTOK,
NO. 571 KING STREET.
CABINET MAKER, UNDERTAKER,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO HIS
friends and tho public generally, that ho keeps on
hand FURNITURE AND BEDDING of all descriptions.
Furnishes Funerals with Mahogany, Walnut, Cedar and
Metallic Comas. Also, with fine Hearses and First-class
Carriages. Will attend to disinterring bodice and trans?
porting tho same. Personal attendance will be given at
CARRIAGES for Railroad and Steamboat accommoda?
tion, and FURNITURE CARTS, will be furnished at any
time, by applying at my LIVERY STABLE, No. 5 Can?
non utroet, near King.
Thankful for past favors, and hopo, by strict attention
to business, to merit a continuance of tko same.
March 25 mwf2mo.
HATS AMD CAPS.
m STRAW HATS, A
NOW BEADY. A LARGE VARLET! TO SELECT
MEN'S WHITE, BROWN AND BLACK LEGHORNS
Men's Wide and Nar. ow Brim Panamas
Canada, Pedal, Dunstable and ManiBa Hats
Boys' Dress. School and Yard Hats-50c to S 1.50
Common Straws, by the dozen, $1.50 io S3 a dozen
Write and Colored Shakers-25c fine
Extra Wide Straw Hate-50c. to St a piece, suitable for
j the Islands. STEELE'S "HAT HALL,"
Na 813 King street.
May 1 wm*. Sign of the "Big Hst,"
BOOTS AND SHOES.
THE LATEST STYLES OF
Boots and Shoes,
And are offered at the lowest rn" rket prices by
D. O'NEILL ?Si SONS,
No. S7S BUNG STREET, near George.
March 38 fmwSmos
General Commission Merchant,
MaiiTiiactrarei* of Pa"oe*\
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
EO. 117 READE STREET,
1 Comer Hudson Street, New Tori.
T~VEALER TN PAPER AND TN MATERIALS OF
if everv description for its manufacture.
December 13 6a-o
STEA2 OAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
TT) LA EN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS TEXTURES. GAS
J_ FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
It?NDK? ia Nc 116 KJH& STREET.
August SI . ftorween H roso and urtiw ?rreirts.
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the nae of DB. JOINVTLLE'S rTT.TTTft yon
I cen be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost.
I The astonishing success which oas attended thia ln
I valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness, !
General Debility and. Prostration, Loss ot Muscular En- ?
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of youthful
indiscr?tion, renders it the most valuable preparation
I ever discovered.
It will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex- !
J citement, incapacity to study or b usin?es, 1 ss of memo- :
ry, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of in?
sanity, tie. It will restore the appetite, renew the health
of these who have destroyed lt by sonnai excess or evil
Young Men, bo humbugged no more by "Quack. Doc?
tors" sud ignorant p: actitionars, but sand without delay
for the Elixir, and be at once restored io health and hap?
piness. A porfect Cure it Guaranteed ls every instance.
Price tl, or four bottles to one address S3.
One bottle is sufficient to effect a euro tn aU ordinary '
ALSO, DR. JOINVTLLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, f?r tba
aper .ly and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure
thru Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections o
the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from -no to
five days. They are prepared from vegetable extracts
that aro harmless on the system, and never nanacate tho
stomach or impregnate the breath. No change of die
is necessary while ?sing them, nor does their seilen in
any murmur interfere with business punalta. Price SI
Either of tba above-mentioned articles will bs seat to
any address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by. mail o
expr?s? on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHLTTS A CO., Cbeznists,
March 30 ly No. 28S River street. Troy. N. Y.
THE WORLD ?SMISRE?
AZ TBS WOKBKBirUL BSVELiT?ONB
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H._A. PERRIOO.
SHE REV ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
. She restores to happiness those who, from doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses in lora Io? of relations and
friends, loos of money, tee., have become despondent.
She brings together those long separated, gives inform a
Uoai concerning absent friends or lovers, restores loni or
stolen property, teas yon tba busineu yon are best
qualified to pursue and in v ist you will bo most success?
ful, pauses speedy marriages, ?nd taus yon tbe very day
you will marry, gives yon the names, l*eno*s and char?
acteristics of the person. Sae reads your very thoughts,
sod by her almost supernatural powers, un vs Us tbe dark
I and hidden mysteries, of the future. From tbs stars we
soe in the firmament-tho malone stars that overcome or
predom?nate in the configuration-from the aspects and
positions of the planets and the fixed stars in tho heavens
et the timo of birth, ano deduc?s tie fatnro destiny of
? man. Fail not to consult tbe greatest Astrologist on
earth. It costa you but a trifle, and you may never again
have so favorable an opportunity. Consultation fee, with
likeness and all steadied. inlorrnstiofi. SI. Parties living
at a distance can consult the Madame bj mall with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, a? If iii pxrson. A
foll and explicit chart, written ont, with ali Inqolrie* an
Bwcr?a and likened enclosed, sent by null on roceipt of
price above mentioned. The strictest eacresy win be
maintained, and all correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. Befervncesof the highest order furnished thora de?
aring them. Write plainly the. day of tho monda and
m which yon ?era bern, ?atoloslng a small lock cf
: 'Actress,'' - ' ' MAOJUtti H. A. IEBRIGO,
. T^TS. . .= p. o.DRAvna?'?, BOTTAIS, N?Y. .
? ?llaMa30 ? ?? ' ' V " : ' .j ?: 7 : . ' OsF
; street to Na SS CHTTRCF STESal. ea? door
sjsjft&a* jtaosxlt^Sstet. ?wurt 31'
G LOT H S fi G.
SPRING & SUMME H CLOTHING.
No. 2G HAYN JE STREET,
OFFER TUT. BALANCE Ol' THEIR STOCK OF
READY-MADE CLOTHINO at Whul Bate or Retail,
at Tory low prices, lo City ami Countrv Trude, compris?
ing every variety of SPRING AND SUMMER OOODS.
April 27 Imo
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAUU IN
CLOTUS, GASSIHERES AND VESTINGS,
OEJiTS' FUUNISIIING ?OOUS.
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January^_?mos CHARLESTON. S. C.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
GREAT ATTRACTION !
ATTENTION PARENTS !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR STOCK OF
YOUIH'S. BOYS'. AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of tine and medium qualities, to which wo invito !
your attention. Call and examine. Wa will take pleasure
to allow and sell thom.
REMEMBER THE STORE.
GEO. LITTLE & CO.,
No. 213 King street,
MIDELE OF THE BLOCK.
April 'JG Known aa Victoria Hotel Bango.
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 65, 57. G
and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGENEN.
December M 6mo . T. HAMILTON.
I THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT IN
Is Fuller & Barnum's
TUCK-CREASER AND SELF-SEWER
rpms ATTACHMENT IS AUTOMATIC. AND MEA8
I UBES, croases, and Stiches tucks at one operation,
without (rinding with tho hands. Also for salo, SEWING
MACHINES OF APPROVED PATTERNS, at low prices;
SCISSORS SHARPENERS. NEEDLE THREADERS,
NEEDLES (all kinds); OIL, TOOLS AND FITTING b.
REPAIRING AND IMPROVING ATTENDE!' TO AS
USUAL. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY FILLED.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 331 King street, cornor Liberty.
April 1 mwf2mos
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Ne wkirk,
So 127 READE-i>TREET, CORSER IIUVSOS,
NEW Y OKK.
JO-Agency tor EXXON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. All orders sont will be promptly at.ended
to. Rico* TWpnibPrW
P. V. BRANDT, Proprietor.
SOMMERVILLE IS RECOMMENDED TO INVALIDS,
and others seeking a salubrious and delightful !
climate. Distance from Charleston 32 miles on tho South
Trains leave Charleston at S A. M. ?nd 4:15 P. M., and
returning leave Summerville 7:10 A. M. and 2:30 P. M.
ELDER & BROWN,
MANUFAOTUBKRS A STD PATENT?
EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AND B.BY TENDER. Pro
lyelling Horses, and all kind? of Book-,
lng Horses, Invalid Chairs, wlth.double
and single wheels; from $25 to SIS;
Children's Carriages. F ?ii cy anti Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sulkies- Invalid Carriagsa. midi to ordsr. gane;
Propel lars and Bah; Beckers, ic. ic, Ufb-siss Horses,
made to order.
Depot, No. 638 BROAD WAT. Manufactory, Nos. 44fl,
iCO, 451 and 462 WEST STREET, New York.
October 25 thstalyr
3SD, 34TH. 35TH, 31ST. 47TH. 102D, 103D. 104TH, 105TH,
U. S. C. T., and 54th and 55th Mass. Vols, can hear
of something to their advantage by application to
No. 166 Meeting street, Charleston, g. C.
Advances made on claims. tutns3 Hay 7
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
ri THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVING PERFECTED AS
X RANGEMENTS with some of the largest Produce
Dealers in Baltimore, Philadelphia. New York and Bos
ton, are prepared to forward VEGETABLES AND FRUIT
to the aforenamed markets. ' Farmers wishing to have
the products of their farms shipped to Northern markets
far sale, can arrange to do so by calling at our office.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
May 4_stntnS ? , No. 153 East Bay.
The Universal Verdict of all the Most- Ex
peri ?-need Pastry Coo lui anil Housekeap
- - era ia that th? -
IS THE MOST RELIABLE OF ALL BAKING POW?
DERS, being beautifully white, and free from all in?
jurious ingredients, besides requiring only two-thirds of
tho quantity to have the same effect as other Yeast
Powders. If you want delightful Pie Crust, Biscuit and
Corn Broad, give it a trial
For salo by GRUBER s MARUN,
No. 230 King street.
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
No. 19", East Bay.
. W. S. CORWIN s CO.,
No. .289 King street.
DO WIE k MOISE, Druggists,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 24 _ : .._' thstuBmo
For Hie Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA
3RANT PERFUME, Distilled from tho Raze and
Beautlml Mower 'from, w&c& it takes itB nune.
tfA2TO?AGTUREX> ONLY BY PHALON Av. SON
l: HEW remit.
. ASK TOB SHAI/W'S-^TASS SOI. OCTKB.
BoldbyDrcggi?ts generaBy,and . i
. .sou *t;wioie^by:.".".;-V..'-l"'
GROCERY AMD WlSCEiLAHFGUS.
)Qr.ri BUSHELS PRIME WHITE NORTH CARO
JOKJKJ LINA CORN, In butt, per Scbr. Dolphin.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND A SUPPLY OF SUPER.
EXTRA AND FAMILY FI OURS, freshly ground,
rocclvcd per steamer weekly direct from the mills.
East Bay and Vanderhorsfs Wharf.
ROSIN AND SPIRITS TURPEN?
KA BARRELS ROSIN
OV.' 12 barrels Spirits Turpentine.
Lan "< rig this day and for sale by
J. A. EN8LOW 4 CO..
Jiayl_No. Ul East Bay.
1 A fl CASKS TENNENT'S PALE ALR. TN PINTS,
JA/V/ just roceiTcd per ship Missoari, from Liver?
pool, and for salo by ROBERT MURE & CO..
Agenta J. & B. Tennent,
Hay s S Brewer. Glasgow.
1QAA BALES PRIME EASTERN AND N. R. HAY
_L .? VJ \J Landing and In store.
CORN I COHN I
10 OOO bushels Prime White a_d Yellow CORN
4,000 bushels Prime Oats
With a fruBti supply of fresh ground Grist and Meal
always on hand.
For sale by JOHN CAMPSEN k CO.,
May 7 2 No. 14 Market, opposite State street.
A gr HHD8. PRIME C. R. SIDES
??0 ?3 hhds. prine Ribbed Sides
24 hhds. prime Western Shoulders
16 bbl?. New York Pig Hams
SO bbls. prime Mess Pork
20 tea. pure Leaf Lard
20 bbls. No. 1 Mackerel
20 hali bbls. No. 1 Mackerel
200 boxes Smoked Herrings
In store and for sale low by
JEFFORDS * CO..
May 7 No. '40 Vendue Range.
FIRE AND MARINE
MACBETH & RAVENEL
Corner East Bay and Exchange St.,
NEXT OLD POSTOFPTOB.
RISKS TAKEN IN THE FOLLOWING HETTI WT.TZ
FLRT-CLASS COMPANIES :
CAPITAL AND ASSETS
SIX MILLION DOLLARS!
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED
Paid in Charleston.
MARYLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore,
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COM
PANT, of Baltimore, Maryland.
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
ol Baltimore, Maryland.
HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore.
NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore.
STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Now York.
YONKERS AND NEW YORK INSURANCE COMPANY,
INSURANCE COMPANY VALLEY OF VIRGINIA.
GULF STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Tallahassee,
ORIENT MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of New Zork.
J. RAVENEL MACH iTH"D. RAVENEL, Jr.
SAFE AND CHEAP INSURANCE !
THREE-FOURTHS OF THE PROFITS OF THE
COMPANY RETURNED TO THE INSURED.
THE GEORGIA HOME
CAPITAL (all paid In,).$350,000 00
CASH ASSETS, January 1st 1867 . 376,196 48
?TTHE ABOVE RELIABLE SOUTHERN COMPANY.
1 now o Hors to tho citizens of Charleston, the follow?
ing advantages :
INSURANCE AT HOME, LIBERAL SETTLEMENTS,
RETURN OF THREE-QUARTERS OF ITS PROFITS.
This Mutual Principle, which promises to refond te
our Patrons (regulated by the profits made,) from one
third to one-half the amount of Premium paid, should
co-D mend this Company to those desiring to Ingar*.
Policies issued at lair rate? on Dwellings, Stocks, Cot?
ton and Merchandise, 07
LEE & CO,
April 24_walo No. 1 Broad street.
THE EUFAXA HOME
OF EUFAXA, ALA.
CAPITAL (aU paid ira)...... .9*50,000.
riYHB UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
JL Agents far above Company are prepared ta ?aka
FIRE AHL? MARINE RISKS, ai reasonable rates.
LEE & CO., Insurance Agents.
April 24 ?' matt_No. 1 Broad airest
LITERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPtffe&L...... ...$18,000,000 IN GOL?.
APPLY TO ' ' . ' 7
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADOBE'S SOUTH WHASF.
December 7 mwflyr
PUBLIC SOTICE.- " ' C-y
. . OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, \
? January 3, 1367. f
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ?KD?B
the foEowins Ordinance licenses have boen prepared
for dali very from thia Office. . EL THOMAS,
Ssa 1.' St it Ordained by Ole Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled. That from <and after the first day
of January, licenses shall be taken out for aU carts, drays
and wagons, used for private sad domestic purposes, in
the same manner, and according to tba samo provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagon?, leter
driven Jax hire, except giving bonds. And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining Ute number thereof, end marked ?Vinal*, to bs
placed on the outside of the shaft. ,
- Ssc. 2. No person BbaB be taken by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less he or she be a freeholder. .
Uso. 8. The following shall hereafter bs tba rates far
licenses for public and private carts,, drays, wagons, ac,
including tho horses or mules used thereof, whiob. shall
bo free from other taxation:
FUBLIO OABTS, SBAYB, KTO., OB THOSE BDLOTIS OT AVT
BUSINESS WHATSTER, YOB HKB BISECT OB XVDXBSCT.
For every, cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
For every back and carriage with two wheels, Mo
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, 840.
For- every stsgo or omnibus (except tins omnibus),
with two-horses, $60.
For eves? stage or onudbaa (except one omnibus),
drawn by four horses, $60.
For evary truck drawn Dy two ar more horses or mules,
For every express wagon drawn by two or mora hors*?
jr mules, $60.
BBXaD GUSTS ABD FBTTAXS CASTS, DBATS, BTC
For every bread cart or Wagon, SS.
For ovary cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
nnie porp9ses, and not to be employed in (hs trans?
porting of goods, wares, marchandise, tomber, or any
ither commodity, .for compensation, either directly or
ndirectiy for the same, shall pay far a license the som of
tb, exclusive of tba norse or mote.
Raiifiod Lu City Council, this loth day of January,
[L. 8.1 in the year of oar Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixtyHEOX. .
By the Mayor. -?
January.' : ??? W. H. SMITH. Clerk ot Oonnofl.
. THE ' -
il'THERN EXPRES fiOMPffl,
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
? ' . "C O NN E?T ION S" - 2' I
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. Everyattention given to the sate
rransmission of"'.r?TeigM, ? Money,
nk% ,OiS4i FOB ARD DEMVEB FBSXOBT
TO' ?TSir PO?NT ?S THE CTE!
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