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CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS,
G. B. CATHCAET, EDITOB
CATHCART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 HAYNE STREET.
TER M IT (! ASH.
DA ILY- TWELVE MONTHS. ..?10.00
l'A I LY-SIX MONTHS. ??W>
TO NEWS DEALERS.3 cent?
Cotton closed in New York 28?c. for Middling
Gold doa ed at 137.
Cotton closed in Liverpool at 11$ d. for Middling
The Democrat ic majority in Kentucky is about
No slave in Cuba can now bo sold at a higher
price than $500.
'.' he number of newspapers in the German lan?
guage published in Europe is 3241, of which 717
Seventeen millions ont of the twenty-three mil?
lions of the Italian population are unable to read
A Republican paper in Wisconsin says that party
has "gone mad on humbug" and "adheres con
Bistently to nothing.1'
The French look savagely at the equestrian
statue of the King of Prussia, which forms a con?
spicuous object at the Paris Exposition.
Maine has thirty well organized base ball clubs,
and there will soon be a match for the State cham?
pionship, with a silver ball for a prize.
Ufte total arrivals at St. Johns, this season, from
the seal fishery, up to the 29th ult, was sixty-five
vessels, with 126,739 seals, being an average of
l?ol for each vessel employed.
An eminent Bpirit merchant in Dublin announces
ia an Irish paper that be has still on hand a small
quantity of the very whiskey which was drunk by
. ?BOBOS IT., when that exemplary monarch was on
a visit to the Capital of Ireland.
PHELAN, the billiard player, offers to back JO?
SEPH DION, of Montreal, the American champion,
for the sum of $5000 in gold, against any English
player, and follows up the wager with an oller of
$15,000 for a game of two out of three in the play
pf the three national standard games of billiards,
the list to be open to all comers.
The Schooner Meade, sailed from Liverpool, N.
&, in January, for Barb adoes, and has not since
' been heard of. It is supposed the vessel was lost
in a gale which occurred the night succeeding her
departure from Liverpool. She was commanded
hy Capt. MULLINS, wno leaves a wife and family in
Wv. H. BIRNEY, a student at Yale College, has
been arrested for imposing upon the citizens of
New Haven. He was professedly fitting himself
lor the ministry and evinced great interest in Sun?
day Schools, ?c. He is now in the .sew Haven
jail awaiting trial, and at last accounts was play?
ing draw poker with a fellow prisoner, and swear?
ing over misa deals.
The Richmond Enquirer acknowledges tho re?
ceipt of "quite a handsome appropriation from
the Boston Southern Relief Fund, for distribution
aatong the suffering sick and poor of Richmond
and vicinity. It is deeds of kindness such as this,
that are to restore the harmony of the country
\ and brotherhood of the people, where measures of
; i severity would hut irritate the wounds and perpet
. nate the"variance."
Mr. JOBX TBINDEB, a respectable and intelligent j
colored man of Mobile, whose name was used by
the late Radical Convention in that city, says it I
was without his consent, and he takes occasion to
uay that "while I feel that I understand politics I
enough to leave them alone, I feel, also, that 11
Lav endone my duty when I give my feeble ass i ct
ance in endeavoring to establish peace and har- I
many between the white race and my own." I
Tn the list of witnesses to be produoed against j
the Fenian prisoners in Ireland are PATRICK CON- I
cos, otherwise called GODTRET. MASSEY, formerly a
Colonel in the Confederate army ; JOHN JOSEPH I
CORYDON, formerly a lieutenant in the United I
States army, and Jomr DEVANT, formerly a clerk in I
a mercantile establishment in New York. Among j
the names of parties indicted are JAMES STEPHENS, I
Col. JOBX O'MAHONY, DORAN KILLIAN and other I
Fenian notabilities. [
Mr. JOBS PRIDEAUX SELBY died lately, in his I
1 S7th year. Mr. SELBY'S name is familiar to all I
british naturalists as the author of a work, in two
vol?mes, upon British birds, illustrated by colored I
' Ioho plates, which was for a long time the stan
dard book of reference on the subject. Mr. SELBY
was also the author of a book on British forest
trees, one of Mr. YAN VOORST'S series, and he cou
tributed the volume on pigeons to the "Natural-1
ist's Library," edited by his friend, Sir. W. JAB- I
nora, Bart. Mr. SELBY was also joint^editor with
h Lr WaxxxaM, of three volumes of "Illustrations
of Ornithology.'* '
The Hickman (Ey.) Courier is responsible for j
the statement that a Miss MABY GODSY, living near
that place, bas been asleep for twelve years. At
the age of twelve, after an ague fit, the young lady J
went to sleep, and has been in a state of coma
most of the tims since, and she is now twenty-four
y esra of age. She wakes st regular intervals for
the purpose of yawning, but soon sinks into a I
slumber again, from which it is impossible to
arouse her. She takes kindly to this condition of I
tilings, has grown considerably, and preserves ber
beauty and plumpness.
A Chicago boot and shoe dealer recently had oe
casi on to visit St Louis. About eight milos from I
: Alton, UL, he fell from the train and was killed.
After an inquest the body was buried as an un-I
known. His wife hearing of this, went to Alton, I
and making inquiries, was fully satisfied that the I
deceased was her late husband. The remains
were disinterred and identified, and on examina- I
tion a belt was found 'around the body in which
were 1450. The wife took 'the body to Chicago,
where it was deposited in its last resting place.
A Miss EMILY SHHAUMBUBG, of Philadelphia, I
who is described as very beautiful, with a moder?
ately tall and slender form, and a clear ringing
voice and laugh, is creating a sensation in private
theatrical circles of that city. The Prince of
"Wales pronounced her "the handsomest woman he
had seen in America." She has played at the
Amateur Theatre three times; once in the pres?
ence of BJSTOBI, in the "Wife's Secret," and in
that of LESTER WALLACE, who declared afterward
that if she would appear on tho stage she would
win a fame superior to that of "any high comedy
lady who had ever trod the boards in America."
A new Roman Catholic cathedral, said to be a
magnificent budding, was consecrated at Pekin,
in January, and in the same month the corner 1
stone of a now Anglican church was laid at Kin- i
Kiang by the British consul. A letter from Pekin i
Lays that religious temples for different sects are I,
erecting in close proximity to each other-Pro- ?
testants. Catholics, Anglicans, Greek schismatics,
Buddhists, Mohammedans, disciples of Confucius,
live side by side, with a perfectly good under- I :
The tax on the people of England for tho sup- i
port of the Established Church exceeds $25,000,000 ]
a year. All dissenters, as the Wesleyar.s, Baptists ,
and Congregationalists, have to help pay this tax, I (
and then pay also for the support of their own I.
lornas of religion. Tho British Parliament, do- 1
nominatioually viewed, is composed of five hun- (
dred and seventy-four Churchmen, forty-two Cath- ?
olice bud forty-two dissenters, of whom only one is I
a Wesleyan and one a Baptist (
Hie Alia California tells tho following story: v
"Ah Chung, as his name imports, is a native of ,
the Flowery Kingdom. He is an artist of no mean 1
distinction. He has bein, for some time past, a
resident of California, and ie so well ploascd with f
.Melican man' that he wants to become an adopt- 1
cd brother. Accordingly he, thia morning, applied r
to Judge Hoffman to be made a citizen. The c
question as to his ehgibility is a novel ono. "All i
ftee white male citizens' of the age of twenty-one .
years and upwards are certainly eligible. But J'
whether the Mongolian race can justly claim to be v
classed with white citizens is a controverted point. c
Judge HOITMAN set counsel to work to study tho e
Civil Bights bill, and the law bearing on the case, a
Brownlow's administration in Tennessee, says ?
the Boston Post, presents a pattern of Radical
inle at the South not at all encouraging. Ho bas
kept the State in continual commotion. There is "
more strife, more violence and less security in
Tennessee, to-day, than in any other State in the a
country. There hos been ono continual scene of y
turmoil there ever since his inauguration, and
row, with his party in completo power-holding
all branches of the Government-all the offices
and all the patronage-he has fifteen thousand
militia under arms, at the national expense, to ^
execute his will. How do our laboring men like ?
working to pay Brownlow's army? \ w
LAKGEST CIRCULATION.-The DAILY
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er* remaining in the Postoffice ai the end
f each week, agreeably to the following
eciion of the New Postoffice Law, as the
lewspaper having the largest circulation in
he City of Charleston:
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ers remaining uncalled for in any Postofflce in any city,
own or village, whero a newppaper shall be printed,
ihall hereafter be published once only in the newspaper
vhicb, being published weekly or oftener, shall have tho
argest circulation within range of delivery of the said
s&~ Ail communications intended for publication in
?iis journal must be addressed to the Editor of the
Daily News, No. 18 Hayne-street, Cliarieston, 'S. C.
Business Communications to Publisher of Daily
We cannot undertake lo return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the eily must be accompa?
nied with the caslt.
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1867.
JOB WOEK.-We have now completed our
office so as to execute, in the shortest possible
time, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, and we
most respectfully ask the patronage of our
GOV. PERRI'S LAST LETTER.
Governor PERRY has written a third letter,
even more emphatic and indignant than his
others. We may, therefore, infer that if he
can find encouragement he means to become
the political leader of a party. That, not
simply content with an expression of his opin?
ion, which was very natural in one occupying
his distinguished position in the State, he in?
tends, if possible, to give practical effect to that
opinion, and induce such of his fellow-citizens
as he can to join him in the course of action
which he recommends.
This letter reaches us at the same time wi,th
the announcement that the Supreme Court has
refused leave to the States of Mississippi and
Georgia to file their petition for injunction.
The field, therefore, is clear, and the issue a
very simple one.
The Reconstruction Act is to-day the law of
the land, with no possible obstacle in the way
of its execution.
The preliminary arrangements for the regis?
tration of thc voters of the State have been
The qualification of those voters is deter?
mined by the Act, and as soon as the registra?
tion is complete an election for members of the
Convention will be held.
All this has been done and will be done with?
out the slightest reference to our wishes or
opinions, and Governor Pean Y and the whole
State, if it agreed with him, could not undo
what has been done or prevent what will be
The simple question submitted to us, now, is
whether we will use such power as we have
left us, and go into tho Convention for the pur?
pose of doing our best to make its action bene?
fici? to the interest of the State, and prevent?
ing the mischief which our absence will most
Governor PERRY advises ?Le State mp st
earnestly not to do so. 1- Because, if we do j
not, matters will, with the help of tho Demo?
cratic party, right themselveu one of these
With or without the Democratic party; we
have no doubt that, as has been said long ago,
V Time and the hour runs through the rough?
est day;" but to us the importent point is
M when ?" Governor PEERY does not pretend
to assert that even this reaction can come be?
fore the termination of this Congress, that is
two years hence, and as thc Convention will
meet some time in the coming autumn, sU the
evils, the confiscation of our land, the subj ti-1
gat i on of our race, which the Governor pre?
dicts as the result af the Convention, will have
been accomplished. Indeed, the plain state?
ment of this argument seems to be, a?Governor
PSRBY told Governor MEANS, "That the State
was going to the devil, and he was going with
it," he is unwilling that anybody should in?
terfere with his journey, for the Governor will
scarcely admit that we had reached that uncom?
fortable point during his Provisional Govern?
2. Because, do what we may, we will not be
admitted to representation when we have
This is Gov. PERSY'S opinion, formed in his
mountain solitude and under the influence of
that melancholy which always infect3 the minds
of great actors in public affairs, when they re?
tire from the stage. CHARLES V. in the Esau
rial, NAPOLEON at Fontainbleau, Mr. WELL?
ES the elder, when he laid down the reins of
his Government, took the same gloomy view of
the future, and their successors. But against
even this opinion, we think practical men can
safely put the opinions of leaders like SHER?
MAN, and FESSRNDBN, and WILSON, an J COLFAX,
and FRELINGHOYSEN, the open and almost
unanimous declaration of the Northern Republi?
can press, and the whole current of events
since the adjournment of Congress.
And when the Governor says, " The Union
will not be restored until after the next
Presidential election-the votes of the South?
ern States are not wanted*ain that election,"
we would ask if this is so? i; the Republican
party is so overwhelmingly strong, where is the
hope of that Democratic reaction, which is to
be the result and the reward of our patience?
3. Because the Convention will be controlled
by the vote of the freedmen in the interest of |
the wildest radicalism.
We have as yet seen nothing to justify this
prediction. Indeed the Governor himself says
" at present out of the towns and villages, the
negro cares nothing about his right of suffrage
and knows nothing, unless influenced by bad
men, he will not trouble himself to register or
vote. This however, will not always be the
case." Does it not occur to the Governor then
that it would be wisc for us to act, while it is
the case-thal now while according to his own
account, the great mass of the colored vote of
the State is willing to trust political power to
the white, that we should use it, usc it wisely
md justly, so thal us (hey do luke an interest
in their right of suffrage they may continue to
feel that their confidence has not been mis?
We have endeavored at various times (0 put
his issue gravely and honestly before our peo?
ple; so often, indeed, that wc do not think it
tsel'ul to reproduce thc argument. It comes
00 near home to our dearest and most sacred
nterests not to force itself upon the attention
>f every man who feels that ho has any re
iponsibility to his country. With judgment,
)cr3cverance and energy we believe that the
,'onvention to be held in this State can and ,.
viii be controlled for good. Of course there 11
viii be much to discourage, some things to dis
learten and even disgust us. But isolation 1 (
rom thc active struggle will save us not one I f
lumiliation or misfortune. With our genuine
espect for Governor PERRY, with our kim wi- j
dgc of the courage with which ho maintains ?
is convictions, and the influence which is *
ustly due to his long and honorable life, we
,-otild h ave hailed with peculiar pleasure the I J
o-operation of his ability and influence in the b
Hort we are making to meet the difficulties of
painful, but an inevitable position. While
re respect tho honesty of his purpose and
ympathize with much of the sentiment he so
lanfully expresses, it is our conviction that
is advice can only end in producing division
nd discord, and aggravating evils which can
et be avoided.
THE WAR CLO TD DISPELLED.
The Conference at London met, and after a
:w days' session, succeeded in adjusting the
real European difficulty. There is to be no
ar. England is satisfied, France scarcely so,
nd Germany very discontented. The quarrel
} only postponed, not finally settled; very
nick as used to bc thc case with thc compro
?ises hatched up from time to time in our owr
iast history. Luxemburg is to remain neutral,
nd, as heretofore, under the dominion of the
?ling of Holland, entirely free from influence
ir interference on the part of Germany. Prus
ia is to evacuate this stronghold and the for
ifications are to be rased. Prussia, of course,
s muttering her discontent, for thc evacuation
?f Luxemburg at thc bidding of foreign Powers
tan only be regarded as a humiliation by the
Prussians. Germany feels piqued at the loss of i
province that for centuries bas belonged to tb?
?atiou, is peopled by Germans, and has given
i dynasty of Emperors to the country. Lux?
emburg itself is not at all pleased, because thc
garrison was one of the chief sources of rev?
enue to the people of that little city. And
they are to be excluded from the Zotteertin
is will in all probability be insisted on by
France, thc little province will sink down into
utter insignificance and lose the little com?
mercial prosperity it has hitherto enjoyed.
For, shut in between France, Belgium and
Prussia, and not permitted to enjoy any recip?
rocity of trade, it will soon revert to a condi?
tion of feudal civilization.
But strange to say France is not satisfied.
Vet this is not strange, for it is well known
that the demand for a "rectification of thc
Rhine frontier" last year, and the intrigues
about Luxemburg, had the same cause and the
same end, viz: jealousy of the growing power
of Germany, and a desire for a corresponding
compensation to France from some quarter or
other. Luxemburg* was but the cantering
wedge. No sooner had BISMARCK intimated
that Prussia would evacuate that fortress,
than the French papers began to hint that
Mentz also must be dismantled, and Ulm and
Rastadt, and Landau and Germersheim. There
was some show of reason for the objection on
the part of France to Prussia's continuing to
hold Luxemburg, when the latter was no
longer in political union with Germany. But
how with the two last named fortified towns?
They are undoubtedly German, situatedjn terri?
tory belonging to Bavaria, and havo all along
been German Federal fortresses. Ah, but
they are on the left bank of the Rhine. True,
and they were built for the very purpose of
keeping the French from that part of the Ger?
man river. But why should Prussia evacuate
Ulm and Rastadt, both situated to thc right
of the Rhine, and at considerable distance
from its banks? And Mentz, one ol' thc most
important strategic points of thc country, the
key to the lower Rhine? Prussia would aa
soon thjnk of yielding Berlin as evacuate or
There is only one way of settling all these
little disputes, and we are sorry to think that
it is not by diplomacy and Peace Congresses,
but by needle guns, iron-ciads and bard knocks.
The blood of both nations is up. and although
war has been averted for the present, wc have
little doubt tbat another year K'i!) lind these
neighboring and rivalling peoples opposed in
hostile array. Franue is not ready to tight at
present, aud thus favored an utn?oaU? settle?
ment. She had neither arms enough nor men,
her finances are not in good condition, and her
internai pphpy is far from popular. Prussia,
also, though perhaps wore ready for war, has
much to gain from delay Austria was dis- j
posed Lo occupy a hostile attitutjic. Thc South
German State?, though hound to Prussia by
treaties of alliance, und nominally ).i;doy thc
same military leadership, are not yet one with
Prussia at heart. The people generally arc
"national" in sentiment, and will support
Prussia against France, but the courts would
appear to have yielded to ?he blandishments
of French intrigue, supported as they were tn
this by Austrian countenance. Another twelve
months may effect great changes in thc inter?
nal polity of Germany, and ?^ei' France a
stronger and more united from
France, in the days of the first revolution, be?
came intoxicated with military successes, from
which "he has not yet recovered; and
much of her pre*en? pretension appears to be
based upon that traditional prestige. But France
then was the champion of liberty, the apostle
of freedom in a feudal age, and her captains, a
kind \ f political missionaries, were hailed by
the oppressed of all cations. But it is other?
wise now. The France of to-day cannot be
held up as an example of a free country, or a
constitutional Government. Far from it. Thc
government of NAPOLEON is looked upon as an
unmitigated despotism by many of the
French people, and as having a grasping am?
bition to enlarge the borders of Franue, ?.n.d
thus purchase, as it were, by a factitious lus?
tre, the applause of a fickle and versatile peo?
ple, whose contentment and affection he has
been unable to secure for his Ufeasures of in?
Wc may thus expect a continuation of thc
jealousies and bickerings between France and
Prussia with which the press of tbe two coun?
tries has been teeming during tho past six
months. Indeed, we fear the quasi settlement
patched up by the London Congrese H'ill only
make matters worse. And, inasmuch as these
events and their moro disastrous consequences
are unavoidable, wo shall not indulge in idle
WANTED, AN' EXPERIENCED NURSE.
Apply ot No. a LEGARE STREET. 2 Moy 1?
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
WOMAN, to Cook and Wash for a small family.
None need apply without good recommendations. Apply
at No. 9 VANDERHORS1 STREET. >I?y J*
BU ARD WANTED.-A GENTLEMAN AND
LADY wants COARD, with an unfurnished room,
in a private boarding house or family. Address POST
OFFICE BOX No. 3, stating tenus, locality, Ac.
Moy 18_ 1
WANTED A COLORED ?IAN COOK IM?
MEDIATELY. Apply at No. 51 Wentworth Street,
next to Military Hail. 1* May J 8
ANY PERSON HAVING A GOOD BUGGY
HORSE which they wish to place in careful and re?
sponsible hands, for thc summer months, will apply at
this office. 1 May itt
WANTED, A YOUNG MAN OR YOUTH~
of steady and industrious rabila. On" who lias
bad some experience in tho Retail Grocery Business pre?
ferred, ^Inquire at THIS OFFICE. 1* May ld
WANTED, A SITUATION AS RECEIVING
and Delivering Clerk, by ono who ts competent,
an! can ?urnish the best of references Address
..Maj 17_ M This Office.
WISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
that can cut and make men and boy's clothes,
ladies' and children's dresses, can keep house, omi make
herself generally useful in tho house, kitchen and
jardeu. Low terms. Good relureuces givou if required,
(Vuy one writing please state terms. Address
"C. W," BOX 31,
April 7_Vance's Ferry, S. C
WANTED, AN ELDERLY WOMAN AS
Cook for quite a small family. One who is will,
ne to make herself generally useful, is civil and agree
iblo in manners, can apply at No. 50 Calhoun street,
WANTED, A COMPETENT WASHER
AND IRONER, at No. 45 CANNON STREET,
hird door e ist of Smith. May 14 '
IT7ANTED-A SITUATION AS CLERK IN
YT SuML GOOD BUSINESS HOUSE. Can keep a
et of books, collect, and moke himself generally useful,
fhe first city recommeudatioos will be given. Address
PERSEVERANCE, DailyNews Office. May 17
A NY INFORMATION REGARDING~THE
ti. whereabouts of one "J. Y. BURNS," late Major
llb Georgia Cavalry, of Confederate army, will bu gnte
ully received through the columns of the CHARLES?
TON DAILY NEWS by a friend, who has beou long ab
ent._ ?j_ May 17
IflOC TJ?E GENUINE BARTLETT SEW
\D40, 1NG MACHINE. $25.~Wauted-Agents, $150
er mouth and all expenses poid, to sell the Genuine
lartlett Sewing Machine. This Machine will do all the
rork that can bo done ou any high-priced machine, and
J fully patented, lieeused aud warranted for five years.
Vo pay the above wages, or a commission, from which
?vico that amount caD be made. For Circulars aud
?rms address H. HALL ii CO.. No. 721 Chestnut street,
hUadelphla, Pa. 3<i April 10
S. A. LAMBERT,
OUTHEBN ANC NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk,
Tb 127 READE-bTREET, CORNER HUDSON,
?g~Agoucy tor EXTON'8 PREMIUM TRENTON
HACKERS. All orders sent will be prompUy attended
Cmos December 18
PHOENIX PIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
4 REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING- OP YOUR
\_ Company will bo held 77it? Evening, at Market
all, at 8 o'clock.
By order. CARTHCART,
May 18 1 Secretary.
PLEASURE PARTIES S PLEASURE PAR?
TIES.-Tho Yacht MAGGIE MITCHELL, and Pi
>t boat WILD CAT, will take parties around the harbor
r to the Black Fish banks. For terms apply to
BLACK k JOHNSON,
May 18 swf3 No. 66 last Bay.
SUMMERVILLE RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
j A substantial built HOUSE of soven rooms, with
tiazzas; also a fine KITCHEN, conveniently attached b.
oofed platform leading to pantry room and dining
oom, together with all necessary outbuildings, as ser?
vant's house and coach house, stables, family store
louse, wash house, poultry house, kc., with a well of thc
test water; also a wcU-cultivated kitchen garden, and a
leau?ful flower garden. Attached to the premises is a
Storr 20 by 60 (twenty by fifty) feet, a good business
i und, being near the South Carolina Railroad Depot
For further particulars apply on the premises to
May 18 sth4_L. E. STOPPELBETN.
FOR SALE, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
Seats, pole and shaft Also, a set of double and
single HARNESS, all in good order. Can be soon and
bargained for cash or a time note at thirty days, at No.
il Lynch street May 17
TO RENT, A FINE RESIDENCE. NO, 74
Hazel street, formerly owned by Dr. CHISOLM.
Apply No. 127 CALHOUN STREET. 2* May 18
TO RENT, A TWO-STORY HOUSE. WITH
four rooms and double piazza; two-story Kitchen;
large Lot with orange and fig traes, grape arbor; a fine
well of water and other conveniences. To an approved
tenant the rent will be $20 per month. Apply at MAC?
KEY k BAKER'S FURNITURE STORE, corner King and
Market streets._May 18
TO RENT, OVER A STORE IN THE CEN?
TRE of Klug street, THREE GOOD ROOMS. Toan
approved tenant without children they will bo rented
low. Address TENANT, Key box No. 21, Charleston
BRICK STABLE TO RENT.-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICK STABLE, with accommodations
for horses and vehicles, can be hired, if applied for soon.
For particulars apply on premises, No. 60 CHURCH
STREET, west sido, near Trodd. April ll
TO RENT, HALF OF THE HOUSE NO. 02
KING STREET, with usc of a flue cistern. For
further particulars, apply on the premises.
April 17 _
HANDSOME MANSION TO RENT.-THAT
elegant and desirably lonated RESIDENCE in
Hampstead, No. 1 Bay, between Reid and Amherst sti-ee ts,
containing ten square rooms, with dressing-rooms, ano
aU modern conveniences. Large lot and garden, with
outbuildings (n oomplcto order, com ands a fine viow
of the harbor, and te ont; of tho most pleasant residences
in the city. Apply to CLIFFORD A- M VIH EWES, Real
Estate Agents, No. 6C Broad struct 3. May 10
FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT, IN THE
lower part of the city, from 1st July for throe
months, on account of ill health. Address "A. B. C.,"
P. O. ws2 May 16
EXCELLENT BOARD. .Vj.' VERY LOW
rates, in the moat central business part di the 'eify,
without lodging, in a private house, can how be had.
For particulars address "XL," Postofflco. May 16
LOST-A BULL TERRIER, YELLOW AN D
white, a number of scars oq tace, answering to the
name ol Jack. A i eward ol $10 will bu paid to tho par?
son returning this dog to Maj. Gon. U. E. SICKLES.
FOR SIX MONTHS ON UNINCUMBERED IMPROV?
ED Real Estate, well situated In this etty, rated for
taxes at $6000. Enquire or CONNER A* WILSON, No. 6
' May 16/~ ' thstu3
COPARTNERSHIP DI???OM TIO*,
fTYHE COPARTNERSHIP IN COTTON PLANTING !
X and ?torekcoping hoi etofore existing under the name
of WU A LEY, KINGSBURY A CO., having been diewlved,
all accounts or claims of any kind or description already
Histing must be handed in at once to JAMES W. GRAY,
Esq., Abuter in Equity. JAMES E. WHALEY,
May 16" ' wM Fqr Whaley. Kingsbury A Co.
MIUINERY, ET 6.
MADAME li, LUnEOUS,
MILLIE Ri IND FANCY GOODS,
KG, KING-ST, Up-Stairs.
rriAKES THIS OPPORTUNITY OF INFORMING THE
X LADIES or Charleston, and vicinity, that she bas
recently opened a largo assortment of Fashionable MIL?
LINERY and FANCY GOODS, and would be glad if La?
dies would call and examine them.
" Mrs. Ludecus promises to sell at the cheapest possible
rates, bj?lrig 'Satisfied with small prouts.
STAMPING AlTO FANCY WORK
Done at the shortest nottco.
She has tho agency also of Madame Demorest for the
cale of her DRESS PATTERNS, by the aid of which
overy Lady can be her own Fashionable Dressmaker.
April 0 stuth
, '*'t.t.m,,..'\LLJX,-J^-"- - I_g=
THEO. F. CHUPEIN,
OFFICE, - - - Mo. 37? KING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE BABEL.
rpHE MOST BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL TEETH IN
X 8ERTED at moderate prices.
~J$3r TEETH EXTRACTED without pain by means of
Or by DR. RICHARDSON'S apparatus for producing
March $ " ruths limo
GEO. W. POND & GO.,
No, 26 East Bay.
SOMETHING NEW ! SOMETHING NEW
BILLIARDS, SHUFFLE BOARD
FREE BILLIARD ROOM, FREE BILLIARD ROOM
ALES at New York Pricos-6 cents per class
RUM, BRANDIES, GINS, Sic, 15 cents,
FREE LUNCH from ll Q'ejock to - o'ulocs A. M., and
from 0 o'clock to 12 P. M. Open Day sud Njght.
A linc assortment of LIQUORS, WINES, ant) SEQ ARS,
at Wholesale at
No. 26 EAST BAT,
Cor. South Auger's Wharf.
May U stuthc
CORNS, BUNIONS, WARTS, &fj,
DR. GEORGE B. WILSON,
OF THIRTEEN YEARS' STANDING, WOULD RE?
SPECTFULLY* inform Ute citizen, of Charleston
hat he will remain in this City for one mouth, and is
Jrepared to remove WARTS, CORNS, BUNIONS, kc,
ind to successfully treat all sorts of Inverted Nuils.
1 have already treated many of the citizens ol Savau
lah, from whom I have the bust certificates, and which
nay be seen at my rooms in thu Pavilion Hotel.
Ladies and Gentlemen waited on at their residences.
Orders m.y bo left al the Hotel._6* May 17
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION SERCBMTS,
[T7TLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
VV SIIil'MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
IOTTON, Bri CE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
I. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to gt cat und to small;
The beauty which once was so precious and rare,
Is free for all, and all may be lair.
ly the use of
For Improving and Beautifying Uie Complexion,
The most valuable and perfect preparation iu uso, for
iving the ukin a beautiful pourl-likc tint, that is only
mnd in youth. It quickly removes Ton, Freckles, Pun?
ies, Blotches, Moth Patches, Sallowness. Eruptions,
ad all impurities of the skin, kindly healing the same
laving thc skin white and clear as alabaster. Its usu
muot bo detected by the closest scrutiny, and being u
egetable preparation is perfectly hurniluss. It IK thu
aly article of the kind used by the French, and is con
dered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
.?let Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during thc
ist year, a sullicleut guarantee of its efficacy. Price
ily 75 cents. Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt ot au
BERGER, SRUTT.S k CO., Chemists.
285 River St., Troy, N. Y.
March ?0. lyr
DRY G?0DS, ETD.
PEE STEAMERS MANHATTAN AND E. B. SOUDER,
1 Ll VILLE DE PARIS,
NO. 391 KING ST., COR. "WENTWORTH,
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS !
Dress Goods in Great Variety :
MOZAMBIQUES FROM 30c. PER YARD UPWARDS
Grenadines from 35c, per yard to $1.25
Printed Laws from 20c.
Mourning Dress Goods:
BLACK CRAPE MARETZ 35c. PER YARD
Black and White Leaos at 30c.
Black and White Silk Mixed Poplins at 35c.
Mourning Crape de Espange at 36c.
Ca'es Prints from 12 v,'c. to 20c.
Unbleached Homespuns from I Oe. upwards
Longcloths 12>ic, 15c., 18c., 20c. and 25c.
B??ting ?At reduced prices
1 case Knitting Cotton, yA ib. packages.
BLOCK & LOYNS,
COR. KING AND WENTWORTH STREETS.
May 10 ihamS
WHOLESALE AMS BETAIL DEALEB IN
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
No. 35 BROAD STREET
January 23 emus CHARLESTON. S. C.
GREAT ATTRACTION !
GREAT ATTRACTION !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR STOCK OF
YOUTH'S, BOYS', AND CHILDREN'S CLOTH?
ING, of fina and medium qualities, to which we 'invite
your attention. Call and examine. We will take pleasurr
to show and Belt them.
REMEMBER THE STORE.
GEO. LITTLE & CO.,
No. 213 King street,
MTDLLE OF THE BLOCK,
April 26 Imo Known as Victoria Hotel Rango.'
Ililli HIT. WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, N08. 66, 67, 69
and Cl, Hudson street, ticer Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART.
W. H, WHITFORD.
December 10 (Imp J .. T; BAMTLTON. " '
SPUING & SUMMER CLOTHING.
PIERSON & GO.,
No. 9Q HAYISTE STRICT,
OFFER THE BALANCE OF THEIR STOCK OF
' HEApy-MAUE CLOTHING ot Wholesalp or Retail,
at very low ?ricos, to City ansTCc?nt? Twa'ie, e>; mens?
ing every variety of SPRING AND SUMMER' GOODS.
April 27 Imo
A. S. HULL, Ag't.,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SIDE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHUhCfl,
where he wJl bo glad to see his old friends and custom?
ers, an i has tn store a full assortment of CLOTHS,
COATING. CASSI MERES and VESTINGS of every va?
riety, which he will make up to order at as low prices as
any similar establishment
A TVLu A9SOIUMENT ?F FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formorly of C. D. Carr A Co.,)
will superintend thc Tailoring Department aa usual, and
Vi ill gi vt; his especial attention to Cutting Garments, and
Makins and Priuiniihg.
May ll 2mo*
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
TOTS, CHINA, SLATES AND SLATE
STRASBURGER k NpEN. FORCED BY THE RAPID
increase of their business and their present inade?
quate, accommodations, have modo arrangements to re?
move from No. 06 Malden Lane, to'the extensive lofts of
No. 394 BROADWAY, near Canal street, New York, on
tLc J M h of March; offering there to buy ow better in?
ducements tuan ggr befor?. thstuSmos February 28
INTELLIGENCE Off ICE.
HUDSON, near KINO STREET, rear, of Cf TABED.
FARM HANDS, COORS, WASHERS, HQ?SE SER?
VANTS, Ac, wanted immediately.
March 20 tu th s 2 mo
P.5Y. BRANDT, Proprietor.
SUMMERVILLE IS RECOMMENDED TO INVALIDS,
and others seeking a salubrious and delightful
climats. Distance from Charleston 22 miles ou the South
Trains kayo Charleston at 8 A. M. and 1:15 P. M., and
returning Jgayo Sommerville 7:10 A. M. and 2:30, P. M.
May 4 stnthg
Tiie Universal Verdict of all the Most Ex?
perienced Pastry Cooks and Housekeep?
ers is that the
IS THE MOST RELIABLE GP ALL BAKING POW?
DERS, beiug beautifully white, and freo from allin
jurious ingredients, besides requiring only two-thirds of
the quantity to have the same effect as other Yeast
Powders, If you want delightful Pie Crust, Biscuit and
Corn Bread, give it a trial
For sale by GRUBIiR k MARTIN,
No, 23U Kit)g street.
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO..
No. lu'. East Bay.
W. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. "J?'J King street
DO WIE A- MOISE, Druggists,
No. 161 MEETING STREET,
Opposite 'Jharlcstou Hotel.
January 24 thstuGmo
WILLUM H. GILLILAND & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAINE STREET.
Ob 1 she was beautiful and fair,
With starry eyes, and radiant huh'.
Whose curling tendrils, soft entwined.
Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Curling the Hair of cither 8ex into Wavy
and Glossy BinglotH or Hcavy Moasivo
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LAD IK ! AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves a thousand-fold.
lt is the only article m the world that will curl straight
hair, and at the same time give lt a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. The Crisper Coma uot only curls thu hair, but
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it; Is lughiy sud de?
lightfully perfumed, and is thc must complete article o?
the kind ever offered to the American public. The
Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, scalod and
postpaid for $1.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayotte street, Syracuse. N. Y.
March 30 lyr
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No. 83 CHURCH STREET, ouc door
lorthol Broaustreet. Augusts]
?APB Al CHEAP INSURANCE !
'H REE-FOURTH3 OF THE PROFITS OF THE
COMPANY RETURNED TO THE INSURED.
THE GEORGIA HOME
3APITAL (aUpold in,).$350,000 00
:ASH ASSETS, January lat 1867 . 375,195 48
71HE ABOVE RELIABLE SOUTHERN COMPANY,
X now offers to the citizens of Charleston, the follow,
ng advantages :
INSURANCE AT HOME, LIBERAL SETTLEMENTS,
RETURN OF THREE-QUARTERS OF ITS PROFUS
This Mutual Principle, which promises to refund to
our Patrons (regulated hy the profits made,) from one
third to one-naif the amount of Premium paid, should
co rmend this Compsny to those desiring to Insure.
Policies Issued at fair rates on Swellings, Stocks, Cot?
ton and Merchandise, by
LEE & CO,
No. 1 Broad street
THE EUFALA HOME
OF EUFALA, ALA.
CAPITAL (aU paid In).,.,"$850,000.
fTlHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
I Agents for shove Company are prepared to take
FIRE ANO MARINE RISKS, at reasonable rates,
LEE k 00., Insurance Agents.
April 34_wsW_No, 1 Bpad street,
OF THE TOTAL RISKS AND ASSETS
YORK LIFE 1
FROM THE ANNUAL RERORT OF THE S UP ER Di
TENDENT Of THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT,
(WM, BAB NES,) FOB THE YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31, 1865.
Total Risks. Total Assets.
1845. li. YORK LI F E. 43,4 04,OOO
1 USO. Untied State?. 12,800,000
1653. Knickerbocker. 11,123,0,00
1MB. Equitable?. 27,619,000
1859. Guardian....... 10,368,000
1860. Germania. 14,676,000
18,60. Home.......'.."......;..: litmt?
18801 Washington........ fl.WO.OOO
1862. Security. 7,859,000
1802. North America. 10,887,000
1864. Nat. Life and Trev.. 6,066,000
1864. Widows and Orphans_ 3,222,000
A GENI FOR S. C., NO. 56 BROAD STREET,
NO. GO FULTON STREET, SEW YORK,
Manufacturer andi Wholesale Dealer iq
INDELIBLE INK. BBUSHES, ZINC FRAMES, BBASS
AND GERMAN SILVER CHECKS, KEY TAGS,
STEEL RINGS, STENCIL DIES, Atc, kc.
49- Send for Circulars.
FUN FOR ALL!
j a . > # >? M? i
FULL INSTRUCTION ? BY WHICH ANY PERSON,
' male or female, can master tho groat' art of Ven.
?fllMunu by a few hours'practice, making a vforld of
fun, ?jjd after becoming experts themselves, csu ?eaoh
Others, fIjurpby making lt a sqqrce of income. Full in?
structions Bent by mail tor Si) cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address P. O. Drawer 21, Troy, N. Y.
May 13 lyr
FOR THE MILLIQN ! !
IWILL SEND, POST-PAID, 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
the most celebrated Actors for 60 cents; 50 Actresses
for 60 cents; 50 Union Generals for 50 cents; 60 Rebel
Gonerals foi 60 cents; 50 Statesmen for 50 cents; 50 beau?
tiful young Ladles tor 50 cents; 50 nnp-Iooking young
Gentlemen for 60 cents; t' large Pbptograflna; of French
Dancing Girls, In costume, beaatifully colored, exactly ag
they appear, for 60 cents; or for 60 cents, 8 of the most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, as they
appear in tho play of the Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
Send all orders to P. O. Box 177, Troy, N. Y.
ELD Eli & BROWN.
A MANUFACTURERS AND PATENT
^ M EES of the celebrated COMBINATION
?MsVVvtw CRADLE AND BaBY TENDER, Pro
"flMnfr^Ppclling Horses, and all kinds of Kock
y^J^S TP* lng Horses, Invalid Chairs, wit hdouble
cUSwT \ and single wheels, from $26 'to $46;
Children's iSFriages. Fanny 53d Varnished Wagons,
Fancy Sui es, Invalid Carnages, made to order. Fancy
Propeller nd Baby Rockers, bo., bc, life-Bise Horses,
made toe 1er.
Depot, o. 6S8 BROADWAY. Manufactory, Nos. 449,
450, 451 s d 462 WEST STREET, New York.
Ootobei 3? th* tu lyr
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale dc Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.
NQ. 597 KING. STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
General Commission .Merchant,
Manufacturer of Par>er,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
NOr 1^7 READE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
DEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
cvervdcMTiptiou tor ile manufacture.
Dci-raii'tr 13 6uio
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT
1 ENDED TO. No. 116 KING STREET,
August 31 KWWCPII timon and uni-? itrect*.
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the uso of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR you
..an be curod permanently, and at a trifling cost.
The astonishing success which bas attended this in?
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness,
Jouerai Debility and Prostration, Loss ot Muscular En.
;rgy, Impotency, or any of thc consequences of youUifui
ndiscreiion, renders it the most valuable preparation
It will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex
:itemeut, incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, confusion, Uioughts of sell destruction, fears of in?
anity, kc. It will restore the appetite, renew the Uealtb
ii those who have destroyed it by sensual excess or evil
Young Mon, be humbugged no more by "Quack Doc
ors" and ignorant ptactitiouers, but send without delay
br the Elixir, and bc at once restored io health and hap
liness. A perfect Cure is Guaranteed in ever}' instance,
'rice $1, or four bottles to one addre-s $3.
One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOrNVTLLE'.S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
ipeedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure
bral Discbarges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections 0
he Kidneys and ll ?add cr. Cures effected in from one to
Ive days. They aru prepared from vegetable extracts
hat are harmless on the svstem, and never nauseate tho
? tomat-h or impregnate the breath. No change of die
s uccessary while ?sing them, nor does their action in
ny manner interfere with business pursuits. Pri?e $1
EiUier of tho above-mentioned articles will bc sent to
ny address, closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail 0
xpreea on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERGER, SHUTTS k CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 2H5 River street. Troy, N. Y.
Havana Plan Kentucky Stale Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
rO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
3oth of each mouth. Scheme, 32,000 tickets 627
nzes, Whole tickets, $12; halves, $6; quarters, $3;
igbths, $1 50.
220 Prizes ot ?115
54 Approximation Prizes amounting to $9,900.
Combination Lottery draws everv day. Tickets from
1 to $10.
Circulars sent irec Drawings mailed ns soon as tbe
Ottery is draw n.
address li. T. PB?EHS, United Stile* Licence I Aident
la .M tu iel street, ih-rleston, S. C., c.-Key box 32 I O
February 20 3uio
2 Prizer of.$5,000
29 Prizes 01.$1.000
63 Prizes ot.*400
165 Prizes of. $200
GROCERY AND MISCELLANEOUS
CORN, BACON, BAOS, Ac.
fAAA BUSHELS CHOICE WHITE CORN in bulk*
OUU.U and bags
4000 pounds Bacon, Shoulders and Sides
10,000 two and three bushel Grain Bags
150 bales Hay
For sale low at corner State and Cumberland streets bf
May 18 2 F. W. CLATJSSEN:. -
f>r TIERCES OF J. FITCH k SON'S CELEBRATED
ZO WESTPHALIA HAMS, Just received and for sale
by HENRY COBIA k CO.
PRIME WESTERN BACON.
A A HOGSHEADS PRIME WESTERN RIB SIDES
4LU 35 hogsheads Prime Western Clear Sides
40 hogsheads Prime Western Shoulders,
Landing ex-steamer "Sea Gull" and for sale by
Mayl8_2_HENRY COBLA k CO.
BACON, HAMS, &c,
OA HHDS. PRIME CLEAR SIDES
OU 80 hhds. prime C, R. Side?
10 hhds. Prime Shoulders,
100 tierces best quality, kc,
Hams, various brands.
60 bbb;, low prioed SUGAR f
20 hhds. 1 Choice Molasses and
lOObbla. J Syrup.
For Bale by HENRY COBIA k CO.,
GEORGE ll. WILLIAMS & 60.,
GROCERS AND BANKERS,
CHARLESTON, S, C,
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
CHURCH STREET, ?HARJJ5ST0N, S, C,
WILHAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
NO. 147 MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.
CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY.
(INCORPORATED SOVEKBEB 1, 1866.)
FROM THE VINEYARDS OF
Sonoma, Los Angelos and Napa
W. H. CHAFEE, Agent.
NO. 207 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
HOCK, SHERRY, 8WEET ANGELICA, MUSCATEL,,
Port, Wine Bitters. Claret, Sonoma. Brandy, California
Catawba, Sonoma Chanmagno (in quarts), Sonoma. Cham?
pagne (in pints,' 24 in a case}-Jn wood and glass.
AprlUO," _ frths&mc?
TQ FARMERS AN? SHIPPERS
TSE SUBSCRIBERS ARE PREPARED TO TAKE OR?
DERS FOR CRATES made expressly for shipping
Vegetables. The Crates are made of uniform size ana
can be supplied in any quantity, at short notice.
KINSMAN k HOWELL,
May 16_No. 153 East Bay.
0 A A A BUSHELS BRIME WHITE CORN.
?UUU For Bale by SCHEVEN & NISBET,
May 15 ' ' ' .* ' '_A?oommcdatto? jgjgft
CORN, HAY, MOLASSES.
K AAA BUSHELS. PRIME WHI1E CORN
OUvU 100 Bales Eastern Hay
10 Hhds. Grocery Sugars
30 Tierces Muscovado Molasses
50 Hhds. Clayed Molasses,
For sale by RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
^ Cpper East Bay and, Accomodation,
~^ LIME AND HAY. "
1 f AA BARRELS FRESH EASTERN LUCE
JL O VJ VJ 200 barrels superior White Lime, for white?
200 bales Primo Eastern Hay
Landing from sehr. Dexter Washburn.
For tala bv
OLNEY & CO.,
NOS. 9. ll, AND 13 VENDUE RANGE.
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
JUST RECEIVED. DIRECT AND FRESH
1 A A BBLS RED STONE MILLS EXTRA FAMILY
1Q0 bbls Eagle MUls Super Extra Flour,
For sale by JOHN k THEOVGETIY-,
May 17 *_q 1 _ Kp. 48, East Bay.
CORN ! CORN \
3000 S^SiS?8 VHrfB (?WWH
Landing and/for sale low while landing by
May 17 9 STENHOUSE k CO.
-I QA BBLS. BALTIMORE FLOUR, NOW LANDING
_L O V frc ni steamer Patapaco and for sale by
JEFFORDS k CO.,
May 17_2_No. 30 Vendue Range.
! TOBACCO !
HAS REMOVED HIS TOBACCO BUSINESS FBOM HA?
SEL STREET TO
No. 136 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
NOW IN STORE,
AND ON THE WAY,
3A A BOXES AND CADDIES TOBACCO, YARIOU8,
\J\} BRANDS AND QUALITY"
Tobacco in caddies ?nd half boxes, 25c. per pound!!
Tobacco, extra half pound, in boxes, 35c pr pound
Tobacco, 46c., Soc., 65c., 60c, 70c, 75c, 80c, 90c, and
$1.25 per pound.
6000 POUNDS SMOKING TOBACCO,
SPANISH MIKED, ,Sj pound papers, at SI per doze?
Climax, in 1 pound papers, at 25c per po vm d.
Belle Boyd, in 1 pound papers, at 30c per pound
Hiawatha, I aughorne. Elephant brands, very nae Vir?
ginia Tobacco, 6 pquud packages, 30c per pound
Kjlligjnica Tobacco, in 10 pound packages, 50c per
Guei rills Club, % and >? pound packages, 66c per
Bird's Eye Tobacco, $10 per gross
Indianola Tobacco, in a pound packages, 30c per
J. H. Green's genuine Durham Smoking Tobacco, in
bags, now selling at G6c. per pound
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco, Scotch Snuff, kc, kc
Planters, Factors and Dealers, can buy their Tobacco
TEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT. BELOW CUSTOMARY
RATES. 4 May 16
C. F. VOILER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
A lar e supply of STATIONERY
PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, BURIES for 1867, Etc
fine and largo selection of NOVELS, by the most
cot drated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOBS for Home
Am ?ementa, kc,
AL the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived 'or tho same
Orders irom the country are respectfully solicited.
TFPMS T !VF?*A',. November 8
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H._A. PERRIGO.
SHE BEVALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those who. from doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations and
friends, loss of money, Ac, have become despondent
She brings together those long separated, gives informa?
tion concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost or
stolen property, tells you the business you are best
qualified to pursue and in what you will be most success
ml. iiauscs speedy marriages, and tells you the very day
you will marry, gives you the names, likeness and char?
acteristics of the persou. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, unvstls the dark
and hidden mysteries ot thc iuturc. From the stars we
sue m the firmament-the malefic stars that overcome or
pr-domiuate in the configuration-trom the aspects and
positions of tho planets and the fixed stars in the beavens
at the time ot birth, she deduces the .future destiny of
man. Fail not to consult the greatest Astrologist on
earth. It costs you but a trifle, and you may never again
have so favorable an opportunity, Consultation fee, with
likeness and all desired iniomistion, $1. Parties living
at a distance can consult the Madame by mail with equal
safety aud satisfaction to themselves, as il iu person. A
full and explicit chart, written out, with all inquiries an?
swered and Ukeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt ol
price above mentioned. The strictest seeresy win be
maintained, and all corresiwudence returned or destroy?
ed. R?f?rences of tba highest order furnished those de?
siring them. Write plainly the day ot" the month and
year in which you were boru, enclosing a small lock ot
h Address MADAME H. A. PERRIGO,
' P. O. DBAWKB293, BCFI'AJ.0, N. Y.
H OTIC B.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance toBaise_jH?p?
filies tor the ye ?r 1807," is published for tbeTn^fmatiou
)f persons selling Hoods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents o: this city. All such persons are hereby
AOtined to report at this office. j
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods *[
?old In this city by rsons not residents, by sample or J ?
>therwlae." W. H. SMITH, J
March 8 Clerk of Council