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MARLESTON DAILY Nl?WS,
O. It. OATnOAlVr. Ko ITO it
OATBOART, MoMILLAN & MORTON,
No. IB HAYNE STREET.
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TO NEWS DEALERS.-.3 cent?
i Tho Pittsburg glaaa works sro thirty-live In
number, with a capital of $11,800,000.
There oro every year io Russia I brou hundred
and eighty bono fairs, at which tho number of
aiiimab' .?old is estimated at 263,000.
Minister CAUPBBLL'S bearer of diapatchos to JUA
nrz has porforniod his miaaiou and returned to
Galveston, lie waa woll received, and was proba?
A mau baa Just died in London, who, for tho
last BO ven teen y cars, had followed tho profess i on of
frog-catcher for tho sorponte in tho zoological
Aa a specimen of WILTON'S oloquouco, ho re?
marked in a speech at Atlanta tho other day,
" Your Governor bas got a maggot in bia hoad
about tho Buprcmo Court."
. It la stated that tho tobacco rocoivod at I'etera
Ltu-g, Va., this season, is ot a rory poor quality.
'Tho heavy raina during cutting timo, vs ashed out
tho oil, audcovored tho leavca with dirt. Besides
it hus been wretchedly handled.
! St. John's Episcopal Church, Wilmington, N.
C., was consecrated on Friday by Bishop ATKIN?
SON, assisted by tho clerical delegates to tho Con?
vention, all iu surplices. Tho Convention of that
Diocese waa in aosaion lu Wilmington last week.
lu a recont number or tho Mew York Christian
Adcocale, t'.o loading organ or tho M. E. Church,
North, BROWNLOW is held up to Methodist admi?
ration and imitation aa "a.ChrlBtian gentle ni nu."
Comment ia unnecessary.
BoNrTEE h S3 recommenced hla old stylo of Ledger
advertising." The Now York Tribune of tho 9th
contains a pago of what tho prose s ays of BONNET*
and bia ontorpilee. At that dato BONNE? olaimod
to havo eold 350,000 copies of tho Lodgor contain?
ing tho first ahaptora of BEZonxn'a story.
A party of West Virginia sportsmen recontly
spent a day in fox hunting, sud at night left tho
doga still running. Thoy ron into a Hock of snoop
and killed eighty of them. Tho owners of tho doga
handed over air. hundred dollars and received the
carcasses of tho ahoap.
Tho' Bich mond Examiner propoaea Judgo TJN
ntowoob, of Virginia, aa a candidate for President
in 1868, and BRN. BUTLITR for Vico-Proeidcnt, as
uniting all tito rascally elements of the country.
Either of thom could fill tho bill of vioo woll
Tbo first cotton mill built in tho United States
waa at Beverly, Moss., in 1787 ; tho first in Maine,
at Brunswick lu 1809 ; tho first in Now Hampshire,
At Now Ipswich in 1801. Each of theso milla had
?00 spindles. Tho number now lu tho Uuitod
HtatcB is estimated at over ri,000,000.
Tho Now Orleans Picayune of Wuduosday, oays:
C: doctor Ki:i.r<ouo) bas announced hie intention of
appointing negroes to several vacancies which
havo occurred in tho inspector's department. Tho
appoint mo-ii a woro to havo boon modo yesterday.
There will probably bo only two or three appoint?
ments made for tho present.
A lotter writer speaking of tho wonders of tho
Paris Exposition taya : Ein?NUEL, tho great Lon?
don jeweller, displays a diamond brooch ; with a
largo yellow diamond in tho centro, all tho stones
of which are BO set aa to movo with a perpetual
ti emulous motion, and s ein tila to Uko tho stars of
& glorious constellation. " "*
Tho Lynchburg > Virginian of Friday Bays :
"'Yesterday waa the heaviest day in tobacco of the
season'.' i Thc salea were rory heavy, and mostly
of shipping, and tho pricoa wore woll austainod,
died. Tho brakes woro completed'at only two
warehouses, owing to tho quantity of tobacco in
It appears by tho hut filo received of Rocky
"Mountain newspapers-April lat to April 6th-that
tho month of Marou waa fearfully cold, all the way
through, in all parta of Montana. In many por?
tions of tho territory tho thermometer marked 40
to 45 below zero ; and many men froze to death.
Horses and cattlo wore frozen to death in largo
Among tho arti ol os sent by a firm of London
Jowolry manufacturers to Paris is a monogram N.
E. tn rubles, sapphires and diamonds, being tho
monogram of tho Emperor of tho French, tho
H tones forming the tricolor of Franco, surmounted
hy tho imperial crown, and tho locket containing
two beautifully oxen ted portraits of their majesties
tho Emperor and Empresa.
The'Now Chicana Picayune of tho 14th has a
ling and carefully written oditorial hoaded, "Cau?
tion to Emigrante," in which lt earnestly dissuades
plantera, and others from tho Southern States,
from emigrating to Brazil or British Honduras,
?howing by irrefutable arguments that they can?
not better themselves or their condition in thoso
countries, but, on tho contrary, that thoy [are
Hoing better hero.
At. an Bngliah jeweller's stall at tho Parla Expo?
sition are aomo rare diamonds BO finely out that
by moro presaure tho air ia excluded from tho sur?
face of tho al?nos in contact with tho glosa, and
in thia way they cdhere to tho undor side of the
glass in the show, although thoy seem to bo lying
outside. A gaily dressed French woman was
caught tho othor day covering them with her
handkerchief and .trying to sweep them away.
Tho eclobrated Dragon-tree of Oratova, in tho
Canary Islands, which has boen known and used
ss a landmark by soamon of all notions, exists no
longer. Tho hurricano of tho Bth ult,, which
caused considerable damage in thoso islands, up?
rooted it. Tho tree had a very peculiar simpe,
and was universally known as tho Drago do Ora?
te va. Its ago was estimated at ovor 1000 yoars.
The 'account of it waa given by tho Franciscan
friar, (leta Antonio, who visite d tho Canaries in
At ono o'clock on the morning of the nth, nays
the New York Herald of tho 15th, during the pro
valence of tho rain storm, the telegraph wire load?
ing Into Ibo New Jersey Centrai Railroad Com?
pany's depot, at Plainfield, was struck by light?
ning. Tho el ec trie current passed down the wiro
into the building, Belting the telegraph ofhco on
Uro, and resulting in the complote destruction of
tho depot, which was one of the largest on tho
lino of thia company's road. Tbo looa la estimated
at about10,000. This la tho second depot belong?
ing to thia company'which has been destroyed by
fire during the present month. ...
An aged negro appeared at tho Court of Assize,
at Ottawa, a few days ago, as a witness in a case.
Ho ls 101 years of age, and waa formerly a slave In
Upper. Canada, before the abolition of slavery lu
the British possessions. Ho fought through the
American war in 1812 oh tim aldo of the British ;
was at the battles of Chippewa and Bondy's Lano,
rand was wounded at Hackett's Harbor. Ho ia in
full possession of all his fa ml ti ea. Ho was born
du Now York State In 1760, and waa the slave of a
TL E. loyalist, who brought him ovor to Canada.
"Ho wea taken to Ottawa to provo tho death of a
person in 1803, and another in 1814.
Some 'days ago we had a telegraphic dispatch
. from Selma, Ala., announcing tho removal, by or?
der of Oen. Fora, of tho Mayor and Aldormon of
that city, and tho appointment of others In their
atoad. A Selma paper says : "Tho new officers aro
-well known citizens of Selma. With, we believe,
only one or .twp exceptions, thoy aro ante-bellum
joel tl on ts of this place, Tho moat of thom ore
men of proper ty, and all of them aro identified with
the interests of tho city. We do not think tho
ff am a number of Radicals of equal respectability
could be found in any other Southern city; and so
far wo havo cana o' of public gratulttion-accepting
a change aa Inevitable,'*
Alluding to tho ertcmBIvo swindling that baa
been carried on tho present touton by deal ora In
damaged corn, it being shipped Southward aa
aonnd gram, while tho purono sara have been fre?
quently xi told sh ed at the oxton t of tho "sale,"
nnd havo looked B aspic lonely at the railroads,
Loping to find Homo cause for laying tho blame on
these much, abused Ins ti tn lions, tho Naahvillo
Harmer says that managers of tho railroads cen?
tering at that point, are now using an iron Instru?
ment, by.whloh ahandr?l of corn may tie candy
TC m ove d' from. " tho centro of a sack without Injur?
ing tho receptado, add no corn now passer, tho
a?ndi tioTi of which lt hot thu? tea te a. Several
hundred car-load a of thia damaged oom has been
ehippod Routh on the Louisville and Naahvula and'
Ofiattenooma rnjlroads during the season,
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section of the New Postoffice Law, at thc
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the Oily oj Charleston:
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town or Tillage whore a nowapeper shall bo printed,
shall hereafter be published once only in tho nowapspcr
which, being published wookly or oftener, shall bare ibo
largest circulation wilbla nogo of delivery of tho said
SST* Ad communications intended for publication in
this journal must bo addressed to the Edttor of the
Dally Netos, Ko. 18 llayne-slrcet, Charleston, S. C.
Hus?ncss Communications lo Publisfier of Daily
.Vecannof undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outsit'* of the city must be accompa?
nied reith the cash.
MONDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 18C7.
Jon WOBK.-Wo Lave now completed our
office HO 0i> to ozecuto, in Ibo shortest possihlo
limo, ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK, nuil wo
most respectfully ask tbo patronage of our
THli COLORED VOTE.
WK HATE recoived tbo following letter, wlilcb
we publish, bocauec ?tie accompanied by a cer?
tificate from tho Collector of Beaufort that its
writor is a pitiion of respectability and influ?
ence, and because il is the first direct' commu?
nication to us from that class of voter? whom
its writor olniniB to represent:
IIILTO* HEAD, S. G., I
Moy 18tb, 1867. \
lb Ute Editor oj thc Daily AVio*
BIB :-I not? your artiolo on " Registration "
in your yesterday's issuo, and om; willing to strike
Itatr&l on it, but must observo : Tl comporta but
ill with your contemptuous mention of tho Union
Convention. If in good faith and from conviction
you accept tho platform of equal rights for f II,
irrodpeotivo of race, color, or provlous condition ;
why tboso unoora and expressions of halo to?
wards tho Radicals, tho oulightenod of said
Those dlBcropanoios on your part, end tho uu
diBgtuBod bit U>rno3H of tho Mercury, Et hoe genus
omne, aro forcing us into tho arms, (or nell, rath-,
cr) of doubtful oharnotors from tho North, who
now infest tho 8oulh and aook to swallow up
everything, whito or black in their insatioto
tunwd-thoy eit upon tho fonoo, and haring no
principle, savo that of making monoy, oro roody
tr? jump to ono sido or tho other, according to tho
prospects of spoil. If you aro really in carnoat, li
you can only convinco na (and wo aro very suspi?
cious) that you nocopt the Potorsbnrg Platform in
good faith, wo will gladly Join our efforts with
yours to enforco it on tho North, (nomo will bit?
terly say "commend tho poisoned chalice to
their own lips f bul wo will any, eauco, good for
tho .Southern gooso, munt bo equally good
for the Northern gander), and to procuro
Southern qffioe for Southern men, tbo only prac?
tical issues ; for of all horror? and abominations,
tho most horriblo and abominable to us, is that un?
natural roptilo, tho Northern copperhead.
Lot mo not bo misunderstood, I spoik of local
offices only ; for tho prosont
Prosidont Ethiopian Union Republican
Cb arim an Provisional Commit too.
Our first suggestion to our correspondent
would be to chango tho nomo of tho associa?
tion over which he presides, "Tho Ethiopian
Union Republican Association" is entirely too
suggestive of "Ethiopian Seronaders," who, wo
all know, aro white men with blackened faces,
whose trado it is for money to imituto negro
customs and exaggerate negro' peculiarities.
Several bands of such performers have recent?
ly made their appearance on tho political
stage, beating the Radical banjo, and singing
"Din nlggor is do cbilo
What can read, writ o and cipher."
It is high time, we. think, for the colored
selves, and to repudiate the sympathy which is
as dirty and slippery as the lamp-blaok and oil
with whioh the performers Radicalizo and
It is, therefore, because the certificate which
accompanies this letter justifies us in believing
that tho writer really represents himself and
his peoplo that wo proceed to answer the
questions ho puta us.
Wo must say, however, by woy of proface,
thal tho writer is mistaken in supposing that
tho "Mercury et hoc omne genus" manifest any
"undisguised bitterness" as to tho new privi?
leges of tho freedmen. Tho Mercury, and the1
very largo and [respectable body of citiicns
whom it respresents, think universal suffrago
a very dangerous experiment, and do not re?
cognize the constitutionality of the law by
whioh it waa enacted. Dut the Mercury, and
every other representative press in (his State,
have recognized tho fact thal universal suffrage
is now established, and that it is the part of
justice and wisdom to adapt ourselves to this
now condition, and to work together with the
colored votera for the good of tho whole Slate.
And when all this morely political agitation
begins to subBido and the Radical party having
uBcd tho colorod vote for its own purpose,
leaves the negro to the labor of his daily life,
tho President of the Ethiopcan Union Associa?
tion will find that -hie education and intelli?
gence will separato him muoh further from tho
mass of ignorant and unintelligent negroes
than it does from bia white fellow-citizens.
Tho principie of Ibo editorial to whioh ho
refers and upon which he professes his readi?
ness "to strike hands" is simply this : That
to all citizonB, (he honors, thc privileges, tho
Julies of citizenship, are alike common, and
that the question whether a man shall dis?
charge a duty, enjoy n privilege, or wear an
honor, is nol whether he is black, or white, but
whclhor ho is a citizen and fit for the position.
Upon that principle we aro willing to stand,
but if a citizen I oannot bo excluded from his
privilege because ho'iiblack, he' cannot claim
an office because he in blnok, and tho man who
appeals to the oitlzens of this Slate to roto for
a man becauso ho ia blaok is violating this prin?
cipio just as much as one who calls upon his
follow-oitizens to vote ngainst a man because
ho is blaok. In other words, hereafter in
all political questions the element of raoe and
color is to be entirely disregarded. '
While we hold this in common with every
thinking man in the South, "in good faith and
from conviction, " we protest against the course
of the Radical party because they aro acting
in direot contradiction to it. They aro not ap?
pealing to tho voters of tho South aa oitixens,
they aro appealing to them aa blacks. Thoy
are deliberately ezoiling prejudices whioh, if
exoitcd, must and will devolope Into angry and
bitter passion. They call upon the blaok voto
of tho State (o join them against the white
vote, and that upon Ute ground of their former
slavery. Let us tako an illustration from tho
section of country in whioh. the writor of this
letter himself lives.
In St. liol en a Parish before tho WOP we will
suppose there were five thousand slaves (o two
hundred, owners. For tho establishment of
this slavery the owners were, in no wiso respon?
sible, and their energies and capital were ex?
pended lo develop by this labor tho lands, whioh
they owned. Ju doing this, we think a?l intel?
ligent colored men will admit that, as a general
rule, their conduct was humane and that the
oondition of their laborers ai laborers wos su?
perior to any other popnl?tlon In the world doing
the sam? work: Now, tho, CrrtaMbJp Ja jheeo
si av ea Las been abolished, the exclusiva political
power belonging to tho form?r owners hus h bon
abrogated. The five thousand si ?veil ate to-day;
ts free as their former masters, They are en*
tilled to vote on all questions and for all offices
ind to hold th cao latter If elected thereto. No?
body disputos this right, whatever:may be
.bought of the .'i-dom of granting lt,.'. No ob
itnclo is put In the way of Hs exercise. Now,
f t hes o voters uro left fairly to th om.elves; If
hov are.free to Judgo whether (heir labor ls
?rv,-i.,.-.i..;, V.'.-;.-JI^-?rv?tS ; - -;? T ~
hooeellv reriRnUd, wliolher tl;clr rljjM? af
pof?oli nh.I properly are tespcutcd, wheluer
the expenditure among I li cm of tho capu: .'
which they hare not gol, bul which their for?
mer owners hare, is to (heir ed ran tage, whether
they or tholr former ovrnors understand best
tho legislation which will protect all inter?
ests-does any one doubt tho result T lint
are they left to tliemselTCs ? Is not tho object
of tho Ethiopian Association, of tho Union
Convention, of thc inflammatory itinerant leo- I
tarers, who nre travelling tho conlry, lo inter?
fere directly with their decision, lo induce I
them to trust not to themselves nor to their
white follow-cltizcns, but to tho Radical party t
Tho Radical party to-day has no platform,
nor doos it avow any prinoiplo which is neces?
sary to tho existence or protection of the col?
ored volo of tho Stalo.
Thc question? which do intnrest both black
and whito in this State, arc questions purely I
of it domestic oharaoter. Our Stato taxation,
or system of general education, tho organiza?
tion of our Courts, tho relief of Hie suffering,
which extends everywhere. Wo object, in tho
interest of black and white alike, to any politi?
cal agitation which turns our attention from
these subjects to discussions which aro entirely
unprofitable, or if profitable aro profitable
alono to tho thousand and ono political adven?
turers who aro striving to servo personal end
under the pretence of puplio spirit.
I Whenever tho writer of this letter, und men
who, like bim, havo inlluenao among their
peoplo, find any unwillingness among their
whito folio wei ti lens ta do juBlico in these mut- I
tors,'they may distrust them, but, not until
'Wo bolong to those who believo 'that the
great' bulk of tho colored,voto.of this State,
unless intentionally and mischievously misled,
will .volo cordially with tho white citizens.
Their relations aro too close, and their inter-,
cuts too idonlical to bo.separated, oxcopt by
persistent and unresisted misrepresentation.
Hut Lhere will naturally bo a small class bf in?
telligent and ambitious freedmen who will de?
sire to assort themselves and tholr intluonco,
and through whom agitators will endeavor to
UCL To these wo feel no unkindness. We do
not disputo their superiority to most of their
race, nor db wo resent their ambition. We
imagine that our correspondent is ono of thom.
Il is worth while for Buch men lo think how
fur un antagonism to the whito man can servo
any useful purpose. They may represent their
race in color, but they will find that their very
superiority will be a cause of jealousy and a
source of weakness. A lillie practical expe?
rience, and they will Sud that they must stake
their fortunes with those whom thoy wish to
join; not with those whom they wish lo leave,
nnd that they, have before them a most useful
and honorable career, if they will use theil
influence and ability ns tho means of explaining
und reconciling to each other those chunos in
the Slate whom bad men aro trying to separate
for thoir own selfish purposes.
WANTED, A 0,1'ALIFIKD WASHER,
whito or colored. Apply thia day, at No. 13 JU?
DITH BTREET, south aldo. May 30
ANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE
whereabouts of ono "J. Y. BUHNS," late Major
Om Georgia Cavalry, of Oonfodors to army, will be gr.te
' fully rocolved through ibo columna of tho CH AHLEH
?1 ON DALLY NEWS by a friand, who baa been lou* ab- !
sent._8 _ May 17
K TT ANTED-A SITUATION AS CLERK IN
VV 9.-Ml. GOOD BUSINESS HOUSE. Can keep I
act of booka, coll set, and make himself generally usofuL
Tile first city recamnioudaUons will be given. Address
PRRSEVERANCH. Dally Nowa Omeo. . May 17
WANTED, AN ELDERLY WOMAN AS
Cook Tor Quito a small family. Ono who Is will?
ing to makebersoll generally use nil, la dril and agree?
able in manners, can apply at No. 60 Calhoun street
WANTED, A COMPETENT AV ASH Ii lt
AND IRONER, at No. 45 CANNON HTIu.fr,
third door o -st of Smith. ._May lt
WISHES SOMETHING TO DO. A LADY
that eau cut and maka men and boy's clothes,
I ladlee' and children's drosses, can koop bouse, and mako
herself generally useful In tito house, kitchen and
" "O. W." BOX 81.
April 7____Yanoa'a Ferry, 8. O.
WANTED, A SITUATION AB DECEIVING
and Delivering Clerk, by one who ls competent,
I and can lumiah the best of referen ces Address
May IT ? _At Thia Office.
AN Y PERSON HAVING A GOOD BUGGY
BOBBE which they wish to place In careful and re?
sponsible nanda, for the summer months, will apply a
thia office._J_ slay 18
WANTED. AN EXPERIENCED NUR8B.
Apply at No. 9 LEG ABE HTUEET. 3 May IS
WANTED, A RESPECTABLE WHITE
WOMAN, to Cook and Wash for a amati family.
None newt apply without good recommendations. Apply
at No. fl YANDEBH0B8I STREET._May IS
?T1 T'iB GENUINE BARTLETT HEW<
UDsaOa INO MACHINE, 83i,~Wanl?d-AgonU, HM
per month and all oxpenses paid, to sell the Genuine
bartlett Sewing Machine. This Machine will do all the
work that can be done on any high-priced machine, and
la fully patented, licensed and warranted for five yean.
Wo pay tho above wages, or a commission, from which
twlco that amount can bo mada. For Circulara and
terms address ll. HALL A CO.. No. 734 Chestnut etreet,
Philadelphia, Pa. 30 April 10
TO RENT, RESIDENCE NO. SO BEAU.
PAIN 6TBKET, near Ku Hodge, 7 square rooms, 3 at?
tica, and commodious outbuildings.
H. M. MA UM il AI,L si BBO.
Beal Estate Agents, No. S3 Broad ? tract
May 30 1
rpo RENT, RESIDENCE No. SSO MEETING
A STREET, near John street; alz square rooms, cis?
tern, ftc ILM. Mammary ?. u i0.,
May 31 1 Baal Katata Agents. No. 33 Broad st
HANDSOME MANSION TO RENT_THAT
sieg ant and desirably located RESIDENCE In
Hanipatoad, No. 1 Bay, bc tween Reid and Amherst streets,
containing ten square looma, with dressing rooms, and
all modern conveniences. Large lot and garden, with
outbuildings in complot* order; commands a fine view
of tho harbor, and la ons of the moat pieaeant residences
in the oily. Apply to CLIFFORD Sc MATHEW ES, Beal
Es ts te Agent?, No. M Dread street nsf! May 30
fpo RENT, A HOUSE IN ISLINGTON,
X Cannons boro'. Tula House baa four square rooms,
dressing and pantry, doubla r'""*. a cistern and kitch?
en with four nre-placua, on a largo lot Apply at No. 83
WASHINGTON STREET. ratha Msy 20
TO RENT-ROOMS IN THAT DELIGHT.
PUL RESIDENCE No, 1 SOUTH BATTERY.
May 30 " ' mwl3
TO RENT, TWO SMALL HOUSES, NOS.
0 and ll Smith's Lane. For terms apply to GEO.
H. INGRA ll AM, No. 10 Valid erhora fa Wharf.
May if nn3
TO RENT, A NEW AND WELL FIN?
ISHED two and a half story BRICK HO?8K, alt.
tuted Lu TnunboPlsoe, near the corner of Broad and
Rutledge street-, containing 4 square rooms, two large
wcdl finished attica, two dressing rooms, pantry, cistern,
and all the necessary outbuildings. Inquire next door,
to a a TBUtfBO. mwf March 33 .
BOOMS TO RENT, IN A PLEASANT LO?
CATION, with nae or cistern and kitchen. En
quire at thia office, wfms May 18
TO RENT, A-PINE RESIDENCE. NO. 74
Haas] airest, formerly owned by Dr. CHISOLM.
Apply No. 137 CALHOUN STREBT. a? May 18
mo RBNTr-THAT DESIRABLE REMI*
X DENCE, No. 88 Cannon airest, near Rutledge Av.
onuo. containing six upright and two attic rooms, with
gas throughout, cistern, wall, and ample kitchen acoom
modatlona. To an approved tenant, terms moderate ;
possession given immediately. Enquire at WILKINSON
* GILCHRIST'S LAW OFFICE, No. 48 Broad street
April 39 ?_roth
rpO RENT, HALF OP THE HOUSE NO. Oft
X KINO STREET, with usa of a fine cit tem. For
further particulars, apply on the promises.
BRICK STABLE TO RBNTr-A COMMO?
DIOUS BRICK KT AHLE, with accommodations
for horse? and vehicles, can bo lured, If applied for soon.
For particular? apply on premises, No. 89 CHU HO H
STREET, west sida, near Tradd. April ll
rpo HUNT, OVER A STORE IN TUB CE N
X Tits of King street THREE GOOD ROOMS, Toan
approrod tenant without children they will bs ranted
low. Address TENANT, Kay box No. 31, Charleston
Poatofflce.' ' a .. ?' . . Moy 18 .
T- ? RENT, A TWO-STORY HOUSE. WITH
four rooms and double piar?a; two-story Kitchen;
Urse Lot, with orange and fl? tree?; grap? arbor; a Ana
weu of water and other co n v om onces. To an ' approved
tenant tho rvnfwlU bo 830 per month. Apply st MAC?
KEY fir UAKKU'S FURNITURE STORE, corner King and
Market streets. . . . ? ? May is '
JOHN IZABD MIJ)DL?;T0N,
SHIPPING AND ?ISM MERCHANT
NO? 7 H OUT H STIIKET,
BAL T I M_0_R E, Md.
PART.'OULAR ATTENTION TO HALE OF COTTON,
Bio? and Southern Prod ure, and Purchiaa dr Grain
Guano and Plantation tapplies., Liberal advances mada
sro consignments. ,,..../,*
Ot Raaraiiajrrjxi-Messrs. lambert o,tiing? fe Co., bal ti
mar?; Porch er A Henry, Charleston ; Cobon, Harictal fe
Co., Charleston ; J. D. Aiken k Oct., Charleston ; Goor
cthxy Valthlrsasri A Co., Savannah j Du vant fe Weples, Ss*
varnish j Bte Vail A Edmona ton. Augusta; Fisher fe LOTT
raaos, Columbia, a a ; Kayes & Martin, Newberry, a
U. ; Jamo* llagan, Esq., Cheater, ac. ..
: PaihrnsTjio; . Q . / , ?cfi ft ? rathSmo .,
rpUE UNDKR?IGNKD ARB ABOOOIATBD A3 PART
>./<-+> I i'.V?!^ .UaV.yj.
I .-'Oiif .e.. \ :> ' . . Crab./
H*\ A?BBMW'g LODGE, NO? Q A. F. M.
AA li KO ULAH COMMUNICATION OF THE ABO VK
, aLo???' WL1 ?! hcM TktiSMnmg, at half put 7
SSS ?? ? 510 "?"^?ndltUl?? for Degree. iro T
lu coted lo attend. By order VT. E.
M,.~, , E. N. JEANNERET!,
"?7 20 '_BocrcUry.
' HOPE ritlt ENGINE CUMPANVt
rLi?^,UI?R MONTHLY MEETIMQ WILL BE
hold TA?? Evening, ot 8 o'clock.
GERMAN FIRES ENGINE COMPANT.
?7ILN PIO NIO DER DEUTBOHEN BPRITZEN GESELL
li BC H AFT rrlrd aUttilndori ont dom Schotten plsti,
ua Mltlwocb, den 22tcn Uti, wojru olio Freunde onto
bonit eingeladen ?ind. Dis S.O. It. II., wird un S Uhr
Morg?n, und 1 Uhr Mittags von Ann et. sbgehon.
May 20 3_DAB COMMITTEE.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE OWNERS AND BATIK?
ING Master of tho Yacht MAQOIE MITCHELL, in
Lbs lalo race, not being inrormod that Mo boats ahould
.all around tho Light Ship, Ibo MAGGIE MITCHELL
?viii sail another Yacht TU co for Ono Hundred Dollar.,
tho MAGGIE MITCHELL giving tho Yacht HOSE, If oho
ac copia thia challongo, 10 minute, statt. The winner to
gtvo tho money of Ine lato race to some charitable Insti?
tution. Money to bo deposited on or before Wodnoaday,
tho 23d day of May instant Tho day or starting lo bo
advertised thrco dsya before saning. Th? mono j to be
Jopo Bl ted with Capt A. O. STONE,
rai ., . SLACK A STODDARD,
May 20 1 Owners.
apodo ua southwest rooms, can bo obtained at tho
"KING MANSION," corner Mooting and George .troc?s,
ifappllod for immodlnt'ly. . Di MK li (lil
N. Ii,-A few DAY BOARDERS can bo accommodated
aa above'. ? mw2 _ May 20
EXCELLENT BOARD. AT VBRY LOW
ratos, In tho most central business part of tho city,
without lodging, In a pr?valo house, eau new bo had.
For particulars ad dre.. "X. L," Po.toin.ce. May 18
KEV EOUNO.-THE LOSER OF A HEH
RINO A CO. SAFE KEY can obtain tho samo by
uppiying at tho DAILY NEWS OFFICE, and paying for
Ute advertisement. I i IQ Ul? . "r May 80
LOBT OR STRAYED ON SUNDAY, "
young blaok and tanTERRIEll PUP, The finder
(or any Information leadluj to Ila recovery) will bo sui (.
ably rewarded by applying at this otuto, or at Ne. 131 8 f.
PlilLIp STREET. I? May 20
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD._
Lost, a SINGLE SET DIAMOND BREAST PIN,
plainly munn tod. Tho eboTo reward wlU be paid if loft
at this office. s klay 20
LOST-A BULL. TE ll lllt?lt, VELLO W AND
white.'? numboi' of nears on taco, answering lo the
name ol Jack. : '- A' toward ol 810 will be'paid tu' tho1 p?r
aon rotumlug thia dog to .Maj. Gea.'ll.'E. HICK LES.
17IOR M ALF.:, A FOUIi-HOIlSE PORTABLE
* ENGINE and HOI LE li. Can bo aron at-, thu Work
ab?ps of Mosars. Taylor A Co., foot of Uaaol atrooL For
terms apply to GEO. IL INGRAHAM, .No. 10 Yander
durhoraOo Wharf. ' 'wfmB_' J May 16
ITtOR SALIS, A CARRYALL, WITH TWO
' Seals, polo and abaft Alto, . ?et Of double and
singlo HAHN ESS. ?ll la good order. Cen bo aeon and
bargained for ?ash or s ilma not? at thirty, days, at No.
21 Lynch street. May 17
TH0M1S E. DALWICK,
NO. 671 KING STREET.
CABINET MAKER, UNDERTAKER,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO H TB
friends ?nd tho publia generally, that he keep* on
hand FURNITURE AND DfcJ>DING Of all d ascription a.
Furnish na Funerala with Mahogany, Walnut, Cedar and
Metallic Co (tina. Also, with Ono Hearses and First-class
Carriages. WU! attend to diainlerring bodies ?nd tran?,
porting tho aaron. Personal arts nd as oe will be given ?I
all hour?. 'llY >.?<
CARRIAGES for Railroad sod Steamboat accommoda?
tion, ?nd FURNITURE CARTU, will bo furnlahod at ?nj
time, by applying at my LlVkBY STABLE, No. 6 Can?
non .trout, utiar King.
Thankful for pail lavara, and hope, by strict sttontion
ta business, lo merit . continuance of tho ?ame.
March 3?_? , y, . ? ?u wfinio.
HARBISON BARNET. MANUFACTURER AND TM?
PC RT KB. of WINDOW SHADES, OOHS ICES,
llanda, Pins, Tassels, Gimpa, Loo po, Oarda, Ac: White
and Huff Hollands: No. Ila WILLIAM STREET, lie tween
Fulton and John atreeta, Naw York.
December 24 mwfemo
ClRHiRT, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AND '/ , I
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. 88, ST, 68
and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, Now York.
T. F. GABHART.
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. a VAN WAGEN EN.
December 10 Gmo . T. HAMILTON.
SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING.
PIERSON ft GO.,
No. 26 MAYNE STREET,
OFFER THE BALANCE OF THEIR STOCK .OF
READY-MADE CLOTHING at Wholesale or B?tail,
at very low prices, to City and Country Trad V compris?
ing every variety of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
April 27 Imo.
A. S. HULL, ?g/t., '
HAS REMOVED TO ?0.70 BROAD 6TREE?; HORTII
SIDE. BETWEEN MEE1TNO AND OHURCHT
where ho will bo glad to .oe bis old friend? ?nd custom
BS *5LLr*i ? ?toro ? full assortment of CLOTHS
COATI No, c ASS IM1: ft ES and VR&TDXGS of erer/rt
rlety. which he will make up to order at as low mi?os a.
any similar establishment
?MO, ": .?,.'
A ETJJ,^ ASSORTMENT OF FURNIA HING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEK'3 WEAR. .
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formarly of C. D. Carr k Co..,
SH ?nP??1oteO'l ?h? Tailoring Department as "T.i. sud
? . :-.:v;n n&}<i xmni rr
M?y ll __tm
BREAT ATTRACTION ?
A1WTI0N PARRf?TS !
II TE HAVE rater RECEIVED OUR STOCK or
YT YOUTH'S, BOYS', AND CHTLDBKN'8 CLOTH
NO, of fine and m ?diam rjnsijusi, to which I tr?' invite
our attention. 0*11 ?nd ?ramln?. Wa will take plassure
9 ahow and adi them. . _ ,rt .-. ? \ ty . ,
REMEMBER THE STORE.
JEOILTTTLE & co.
. ; .- . ; .il? ?JO i ii'..'' 'i Bl
No. 213 King street,
Lr . MTDLLR OF THE BLOCS, ;
April M imo - Known a? ViOtOrU Hotel Bang?.
MERCHANT TAlT-iOR; ?
WHOUU-LS uro ajrrsXL scnfjai rt ?
WM ' IUSSIMK.RES A.\D". VESTINGS,
GENT?' FOHNISIIIflG QOO?S, .jr
sro. ?oY-'l^b?T>,' ?TRE1M;'
January 23 tao. CHABLK8TON, s. 0. ?
I INA W Ol AL
?ft) be Loaned.
ny jr. UUA?UIJI ron?.
FOUR mOUBANDTO SIX THOUSAND DOLLAH8.
on Brat mortgago of Heal Kilato In charlestoo. Apply
?* .. NO. 40 BROAD 8THEET.
BONDS, STOCK, &c.
BONDS, STOCK AND SECITRTTIES OF ALL KINDS.
DANK DILLS bought at highest prlco. br
ANDREW M. Molt ELAND, Broker,
April l? wfrnimo No. 8 Droad atreot.
$20. AGENTS WANTED, $20.
$75 to 8300 por month-male, .na females-to .oil tba
ONLYOENUINE COMMON H KN HE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
Manufactured. It ?rill hem, fell, alltcb, tuck, bind,
braid, quilt and embroider beautifully. Price, ordySX),
including Darnum', self.tower and .elf-turning hem?
mer. Folly warranted for Oro yean.
0AUTION.-Beware Of thoao eclllng worthies, cart
iron macblnea, under Ino ?ame naroo as ours. For clr
cutsr? and toi mi. address C. BOWETtS A CO., No. 2S5 S.
tlfth Bareet. Philadelphia Pa. lm May 20
THE LATEST IMPROVEMENT IN
Is Fullea- & Illinium's
OT-CREASER AND SELF-SEWER
COM III N BD.
rruns ATTACHMENT IS AUTOMATIO, AND MEAB
X USES, croaaea, and ?tichoa lucks st ono operation,
without guiding with tho hands. Also for salo. SEWING
MACHINES OF APPROVED PATTERNS, nt low price?;
SCISSORS SHARPENERS, NEEDLE THREADERS'
NEEDLES (aU kind?); OIL, TOOLS AND FITTINGS.
REPAIRING AND IMPROVING ATTENDE? TO Ab
USUAL. ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY FILLED.
D. D. HASELTON.
No. 331 Klug ?tract, corner Liberty.
DRY POOPS, ET0.
TUST OPENED A VERY EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT
tl of SILK and LACE COVERINGS of latest atylca and
of recent Importation, rory reasonable at
No. 248 KING STREET.
In this lino will bo ff und tho latest Noroluea in Cold,
and Black SILKS, GREVADINE3, POPLINS, LENOS
0 RALLIES, POUT DiOHKVRES, Plain and Figured
BABEO ES and MALANGBS for traveling.
1 ALEXANDER'S KID GLOVES.
A full aaec rimant tn Shades and Number, of tho
GENUINE ALEXANDER'S KIO GLOVES, together with
m^"?Sr10irJ>0.Pu1** makes, very reaaonablo, ALEXAN?
DER'S BIRT KID FTNISH?D SILK GLOVES and Lisle
Thread for Ladle?, Ocuts and Children, also an eiUji
aire assortment or LACE MITTS.
JACONETS, COTTON CAMBRICS, MULL, NAIN
BOOKS, French and Swiss MUSLINS, In plain, a tri pod
and plaided, together with a splendid aasortment of
na ort Cambric and Swiss Edging and Inserting?, Thread
Valanclon, u nip uro Linon and Cluny Laces In Edging
1,000 dosen L. O. HANDKEROHIFS. good quality at
ii H cents and upwards, full Uno. ot the morl popular
makes of nus ll LINENS, In (routing, I>UlowCaring 8-4,
0-4,10-4 and 11-4 Bhoetlnga, and an o roc lieut aaaortment
of WhJto and Cold TABLE DAMASK, Ac, ko,
In Ibis Un? will be found a full .upolr of best French
and English CLOTHS, CASSI UK HES, DOESKINS.
MELTON CLOTHS, TWE.IDB, JEANS, VESTINGS, and
In the Do mend o Department will be found a complete
stock, of Prtnta, LoDgclotha, Shirtings, Sheetings and
PIRow Casing, Scotch and Domes lio ?lngharnsTBrown
ShlrtiM, Corset Jeana acd Drills, all of which wlU be
io ld at price, that will defy comp?tition.
?sr Aa early call la respectfully solicited.
Bo ? 4*1 KIR Q ST UK KT,
._ . Betwwen Hasel and Market afreets.
April 1 _nwt am o
FER STEAMERS MANHATTAN AMD E. ll. SOUDER,
i Ll VILLE DE PARIS,
no. aw KINO ST., con. WENTWORTH
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Dress Goods in Great Variety :
M0ZAMBIQUE8 FROM 200. PER YARD. UPWARDS
Grenadine? from 25c, per yard to 8L25
Printed Ian from 30o.
Mourning Dress Goods:
BLACK CRAPE MARET/. SSC PER YARD
Black and White Lanes, at SOO. *
Black and White RUE Mixed Fop lins at Sec
Mourning Crape da Esparage at 89c
Os - es Prints from 13Kc to 20c
Unbleached Homespuns from 10c upwards
Longcloths 12Ko., USc, 18c, 20c and24c
1 case Knitting Cotton, x Bl. packages.
BLOCK & LOYNS,
1 COB. KING AND WENTWORTH BTHKET8.
. May 19 . . , . ahamS
J. & P. COATS'
BEST SIX-CORD CABLED
) .. :- . .'
JOHN & HUGH AUCHINCLOSS,
SOUS A O KN TS TM MtW YIIHK,
Maroh 6 W?nSO
.There oomoih glad tidings of joy to all.
To young and to old, to great ead to small;
The beauty which ono. waa ro precious and rare.
Ir free for all, and ail may be lair.
Bjr the use ot* ?
; ! ENAMEL,
For Improving and Baautlfymg the Complexion
.The mort valuable and perfect preparation in use. for
Riving the akin a beautiful poarl-llke tint, that ls ?nly
found In youth. It <iu Ickly ram cr? ea Tan, Freck leo. Pim?
ple?, Hotofiar, Moth Pitchea, Sallowness. lexrrpUons.
and all lmpurfUe. of the akin, kindly healLng the ?aun?
baring the akin white and clear ar alabaster. Its ute
otnnolbs delected by VM cloacal ?crutiny, and beintr a
r.geUWo preparadon ii perfectly tamaleas. Il Ulha
WT article of the kind used by tho French, and ls oon
tutered by tho Parisian aa. lndUpsnsable ta a peri not
tofl.1. Upward? of 80,000 bottier were sold during the
past ye&r, a sufficient goju-anloe of it? efficacy. Price
joly TS cents.. Beni by maR, post-paid, on receipt of an
BEBO Ell, SHOTTS A GO., Chemists,
E. M. wmTmov
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE.
rr?s nF}fovRt*niH OFFICE FROM OHALHRBS
JTL atreet to Nc 83 CHURCH STREET, one doer
lotrn ot Kroa/i fuggl. ? Auarnsi a?
S. A. LAMBERT,
t , PRODUCE
CUrn ERN AMD NORTHERN OED KEB TILLED OM
y Office of John F. Neirklrk,
Vu 137 EKADK-?TUKET, CORNER HODSON,
.'' , N?W YORK.
,' K3T Agency tear EXTON'fl PREMIUM TRENTON
[RACKERS. All orden tant ?rm ba promptly attended
a. ; ... V .-? . (too?. ? . '- ' TW?tnb??lH
.'MMEEPIKG, BOOK-KEEPING. I :
ftBA SUMMER WOMTHB/jaMD OEMSBAIJ_?i
I MESS attbir st^aou ofter inanemmU to Tow*tV v
laafdr^ study cr BOOE-KroiNG. WIUTINO.IZP J
O^TIIand AIUTHMimO, vllhosl loa. of Um. frOrrJi al
thea duties. Tho? wishing inttructioa -tal tba abof-t pi
Ijl? QbtA^kmiotxt?ti&Btt?Dt. 5oad ^gg ? y
W?ILI?M fl. G?LLILAKD. ? SOC
IEDUCT?ON O?" DENTAL PIIH IM TO BOIT
TUE TI kl KS.
DR. J. K DAER AT, DENTIST, IB NOW PREPARED
to completo the tniorlloo of whole tipper or lower
ell of ARTTFICAII TEETH, upou tho lt ott spproved
nciiiod, ?nd with tho. brit ui?UrrL?-, ot S20 per set. Par?
lai sela lo proportion. Durability, natur*! appearance,
w rf oct nt, anti neatness ot flnlab, guaranteed.
All other opon tl ona upon the Teeth performed lu a
Wilful and warrantable manner.
Otrico at bia rcaldenco NO. 6 LIBERTY STREET,
May 30 mwf Charleston, 8. 0.
OISSOLi l ION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
THE COPARTNERSHIP EXISTINO UNDER THE
name and stylo of J. k W. KNOX will bo ill ?aol v od
17 mutual oonaent on the lat proximo.
NOTICE. OP COPAIlTNEItSIIIP.
'PUK UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
I Oopartnarahip under tho narnu and stylo of CAMP
DELL, KNOX lc Co., for tho pnrposo of carrying on fio
i EN EU AL AUCTION and COMMISSION DUUNK3S, at
.ho premiaos No. M ll AS ELL STREET, formerly occu?
pied by tho lato firm ul McKay k Campbell, aald Copart
lorahlp to taxe off oct on Juno lat noxt cnaulng.
JAMES T. CAMPBELL,
(or tbs late Ann of McKay k Campboll),
Charleston, B. 0., ?lay 17, 1M7.
May 30 m Oil
VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE.
A RR A NO EMEN" m ARE IN PROORESS TO ACCOM
/V MOUATE Ono Hundred additional CadeU In Ibis
Institution. Ita well established character for Ita sys?
tem of disciplino, and coursa of Instruction, commends
lt to tho support of those who doslro a praciloal educa
lion. Information will bo auppllod by application to the
anden?gncd. FRANOIS ll. HM n u,
May 30 mieowO Superintendent.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
J. E EDWARDS, President.
W. B. I? A ACS, Vlca-Preoldcnt
D. J. HABBSOOK, Booro ta ry.
CHAS. N. SMITH, Mod. Examiner.
A Reliable Southern Company.
RATES AS LOW AS ANY OTHER COMPANY, AND,
when doored, premiums mado payablo montbly,
quarterly or semi-annually, or half of tho annual pre?
mium in eaab, and Ibo remainder by note at twelve
months, thereby bringing lt wit ?lu tho roach of all.
BEVEN-EIOHTHS OF ALL THE SURPLUS FUNDS,
after paying oxpenses, divided evory y oar among policy
holden entitled to profit.
Call and gat a circular and road Um advantages to be
derived from insuring In the "ARLINGTON."
J. L. ll OM) UK, Agent,
May 16 w fm Imo_NO. 9 PRO AD BTBEET.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL..10,000,000 IN ?OLD,
GIBBES & CO., Agente,
NO. 10 ADQER'B BOOTH WHARF.
FIRE AND MARINE
MACEETE & RAVENEL
Corner East Bay and Exchango St.,
NEXT OLD POSTOFFICE.
RISKS TAKEN LN THE FOLLOWING RELIABLE
F01T-OLABS COMPANIES :
CAPITAL AND ASSETS
SIX MILLION DOLLARS!
LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTED
Paid in Charleston.
MARYLAND INSURANCE COMPANY, of Ballimore,
MERCHANTS AND MECHANICS' INSURANCE COM
PANY, of Baltimore, Maryland.
ASSOCIATED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY
of Baltimore, Maryland. - -
HOWARD INSURANCE COMPANY, of Baltimore.
NATIONAL INSURANCE COMPANY, of i altimore.
STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY, Of New York.
YONKERS AND NEW YORK INSURANCE COMPANY,
New York. ?,"
INSURANCE COMPANY VALLEY OP VLUQINLA,
Winchester, Virginia, -
. O ULF STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, of Tallahassee,
ORIENT MUTUAL MARINE INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, Of New Zork.
J. 1UYENEL HAOB VTII..D. RAVENEL, Jr.
AprfllO ld??. wnn3xno
OF THE TOTAL RISKS AND ABSBTS
op THE '
NEW YORK UPE TORANCE
FROM THE ANNUAL RESORT OF TBS SUPERIN?
TENDENT OF THE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT,
(WM, BARNES.) FOB THE YEAR ENDINO
ll DECEMBER 31, IBAS.
EaUUlabod. Total Risks. Total Assets.
1B4Z Mutual.....;....?84,667. OOO $14,838,000
IS*:S. N. YORK 1.1 WK.40,401,000 0,018,000
IBM. Manhattan.137.2*3,000 3,619.000
IBM. United States. 13,306,000 1.609,000
18SS. KmcAerbooker. 11,133,000 863,000
1818. Equllabla.'............... 37,619.000 1.686,000
IB59. Guardian;-...1(1,968,000 613,000
1840. Germania...14.676,000 809,000
Um Home..1J,0H7,000 600,000
I860. Washington.... 6,930,000 630,000
I86?. Security,... 7.869,000 4x6,000
1861 North America. 10,887,000 706,000
1864. Globe. 8616,000 463,000
1864. Mot, Life and Tray....... 6,066,000 183,000
1864. Widow? and Orphans.-... 8,333,000 806,000
1864. Brooklyn..... 0,1 ?3,000 918,000
I860, Universal. 3,000,000 243,000
AQKNT FOB 8. C., NO. 66 BROAD BTBEET,
May 17 ' imo NEW YORK LIFE.
vTKAJl GAH PTTTBR AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL OAS FIXTURES, OAS
FITTTNU AND PLUMBING PBOMFTLY AT
I EN PKU TO. No. 116 KINO STREET,
August 91 . Rrtweeo Hroad and Uno*l> ?trerts.
. ;?0.- CHITTENDEN,
General Commission Merchant,
Manufacturer of Paner,
OF YABIO?8 KINDS,
HO. IDT READE STREET,
Oomor Hudson Street, Kew York.
|TyKALEB IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
I J erBTToVafylptlon tor Ita manufactura.
December 18 1 6TDQ
A WORD TO TEE WISE.
I ITS, THE UNDERSIGNED, HA VINO BEOURED THE
W AOXHOY for tba Mat** of South Carolina, Ocor
la, Alshama and Florina, fa.- tho sal* of Uta oaUbrated
"English Metallic Rooting Paint, .
tia pleasure tn announcing I a the uiUsons or Charles
is] that wa ar? preyarad to REP AIL' AND PAINT uaw
r oid COPPER, TI?, KINO OB IBO. I ROOFS, ta . cub.
This Paint will protaot Metallic Er* fi fram oorroslon.
nd w? WARANT OUR WORK FOB f IX YEARS,
Aa we wm, remain in this city tats sion lima, wa
ronld urta those dart ring to aval ' tbs benefit of our
?ort to sand in their orders aa tarty **? poatibW. . ? .
Our Mr. JOHHBJN will canvass lia city for th? pur
ase of soHraUna ordara ead etfrcttai contract?.
Orders .*ft with GEORGS Wi V/TLLIAM8 fe ob., to
hom wo rsfsr to*. particulars respecting th* mei ts caf
^Patnt, ot at tba Pavilion HolcX will rotaive prompt
: ;; JOHNSON & F OYLES.
M*yl>- ??? ? .. . ;' - -.'.li*:
FUSS FOR ALLS
bocroism by a aro? boura' practica. makin? a world of
IWir* . . .u'liW-'oSiLH-V-''-'^*- Wi?.ll?. .
flKOC?rjy AND MI8CEiU^0?S?
COHN ! HAY! BRAN!
4-000 n0!i??n;:,'s PUIME WU1TE <:O?N
.*\J\S\J ROO bales Pnino Raiten, and N. Ii. U?y
2000 bullioh, Drau.
l'RRSH OROUNl' 0IU6TAND ll KAL.
s?u? i.. ,'N.A?*?MEKkoa,
May 30 Market ?Ir.ct, u|.|>oilto HUto atrcot.
t A/a BARRELS STRON'I BAKERS' F I .Ol, It
_L,UU 100 barr?la Family Flour
100 barTola Extra and Family do. io tacks.
For salo cheap for cash at
GEO. W. (tl,MIK A CO'&.
May 20 0 Corner Fiat Day and Cumberland ?trocla.
rf\?\ BOXES SOAP VARIOOS QUALITIES AND
t)UU l'rtcca at GEO. W. OLAIlK A CO'S..
May 20 0 Comer East Uay and Cuaiberlaud ?treels.
O/llri BALES SUPERIOR ??ASTERN HAY, FOR
pjUU salo from Union whirf, In lois to suit pur
cluirrs. GEO. A. LOCKE A CO.
ENGLISH AND FACTORY CIIHEmc
J ANDINO FROM STEAMEn MONERA, and for salt.
Mtv 20 , MULLER A NIMITZ.
M>y 70 I_NOMBI East Bay.
(?(\ BARRELS IMPROVED PREPARED FLODH
OU manufactured by J. E. Urulth A Co, AtLmUo
Mills, just rocolred. For salo by A "anua
", _ RAVEN EL A CO..
May 20 3. East Bay and Yaadarhorst's Wharf.
HAY AN?) CORN.
A AA BALES PRIME UAY.
tUU 1000 Busluls Whllo Corn.
Per Btcsmor J. W. Brennan. For salo by
" "_ II. F. BAKER A CO..
M?y _Ko. 20 Cumberland Ht
FLOUR ! FLOUR !
JUST RECEIVED, DIRECT AND FRESH
100 FLOUR 8TONE MILLa aTKA FAMILY
100 bbls Eaglo Milla Super Extra Flour.
For salo by JOHN A THEO. GETTY.
M?y H_3_No. 4R East Bay.
CORN, HAY, MOLASSES.
^AAA ?U9HELS. PRIME WHITE CORN
0\J\J\J 100 Bales Esitom Hay
10 Hods. Grocery Bugara
30 Tlercos Muscovado Motliest
BO Hbds. Clayod Molasses.
For aalsby RIHLEY A CREIQHTON
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf
900fi g??HELS PRIME WHITE CORN,
v V." F0r bjr SCHEVEN lt NISBET,
SB 16_Accommodation Wharf.
TO FARMERS AND SHIPPERS
THE 80BSCRLBERS ARK PREPARED TO TAKE OR
DERS FOR CRATES mano expressly for shipping
VogoUblea. Tho Orates aro mado of uniform ste? an3
can be supplied in any quantity, at ihort noUco. '
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
M>7 18_No. 1S3 East Bay.
PRIME WESTERN BACON.
I Af\ HOGSHEADS PRIME WESTERN RIB SIDES
I ?\J 35 hoiisbcads I "rimo Western Clear Hideo
40 boKilicadj Primo Western Shoulder?,
landing ox-Btcamor "Sea Qull" and for sale by
M*' _2_HENRY CO?IA lt OO.
I L)t? TIERCES OF J. FITCH A BON'S CELEBRATED
A f ) WESTPHALIA HAMB, Just received and for sala
by HENRY COBLA A CO.
CORN, BACON, BAGS, &o.
I 5000 B?dHSLS OHOICE WHrrE CORN In bulk
4000 pounds Bacon, Shoulders and Bide?
10,000 two and three boiboi O rain Bags
IBO bales Hay
For salo low at corner fl lato and Cumberland streets by
May 18_2_F. W. CLAUBSKN.
I TO SHIPPERS OF COTTON, RICE
AND NAVAL STOHES.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES WILL BE MADE ON
shipments of UPLAND AND SEA IbLAND COT
TON, RICE, ROSIN, and TURPENTINE, conihrned to
our frion..!s in LIVERPOOL, NEW YORK, or any of tho
Northern Cities. J. A. EN3LOW A OO..
May 13 mtuf No. 141 Eut Bay.
r\ AHDNER'S AND PLANTER'S POTA.
J" TOES and other vegetables, pnrcbasbed in any
I quantity at highest Cash market rates, by
I HOPKINS, MCPHERSON A CO.,
May 9_thmlmo_North AtlanUo Wharf.
LIME AND HAY.
1 r AA HABBELS FRESH EASTERN LIME
_lOUU 200 b?rrela superior White Lime, for wfclto
200 bales Primo Entera Hay '
Landing from achr. Dexter Washburn.
For salo by
OLNEY & CO.,
NOB. 9, ll, AND 13 VENDUE BAN OE.
|T0B1(I?0 ! TOBACCO ! TOBACCO !
HAS BEHOVED HIS TOBACCO BUSINESS FROM HA?
BEL STREET TO
No. 136 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL.
NOW IN STORE,
AND ON THE WAT,
O AA BOXES AND CADDIES TOBACCO. VARIOUS
?UU BRANDS AND QUALITY
Tobi ceo In cad di os and half boxes, 2So. per poundj
Tobacco, extra half pound, in boxes, 35c pei pound
Tobacco, Mc, 60c., Boc, coe, 70c, 75c, Bte., 90c, and
11.26 per pound.
SO0O POUNDS SMOKING TOBACCO,
OOM m.>m?< a or:
i SPANISH MIXED, Ji pound papers, at ll per doren
Climax. In 1 pound pipers, at 2Sc. per pound
Bello Boyd, in 1 pound! pipers, at 30c per pound
Hiawatha. I aughorne, Hat-hint brands, Tory fina Vir?
ginia Tobacco, B pound packages, 30c. per pound
?riiiiHTii.'V Tobacco, In 10 pound packagea, 60c par
Quel lilla Club, >; sod X pound packagea, BBc per
Bird's Eye Tobacco, 110 per gross
Indianola Tobacco, lo K pound pack?gos. Me. par
J. BL Greta'* genuino Dorham Smoking Tobacco, in
bags, now telling at Boo. per pound
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco, Scotch Snuff, Ac, Ac
Plasters, Factors and Dotier?, can buy meir Tobacco
TEN TO FIFTEEN PER CENT. BELOW CUSTOMARY
BATES._* _May 18 .
LEA & PERRINS*
BY V7 of a letter from a
jiiunujL.!?i.i-...:_ kt! MEDICAL GENTLEMAN
OOKNOISSEUBfl ll al Madras, to bte
TO BX in? oxr.r dwBErm Brother at
Good Sauce ESES18"'
isuitTununi pp-?irr RLNH tut theJr ?AUCH
~, JiJurE'l' ?? highly esteemed In tai ?'"
liSrjSrJ dla, ind lt, In my opln 'Tu,
EVEIlY VAlUET?g^i S? Z'L^^iJZ
OP DISH. Usfa."8*110* "
Thesueceuof this mott delicious and um-iraltel con,
dunest haring caused many unprinupted dar lera to KC
apply the name to Jjxiriouj Oompomdt, Ute P-jarjo ja '
ntptct/uBj and earncttly requested to tee that th* DMBA 11
of LXA k Panama are upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and B0TTU2.
LEA & PERRINS, Wore .??.?>.' ..
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AOENT8 FOB THE UNITED STATES.
Gili, as a Remedial Agent.
GH*. ASA HEHKDIAL AGENT, HAS BEEN IN ?A
VOR with ma prolotaion for a rory long parted, bal
owing to the cUfflcufiy of obtaining t pure aruclaTit hat
Ulan Into disuse In many too tic ns of the country, moah itiaJ
to the regret of medical men, who consider lt almost a j
f5^r7oln.T?I7tt*n' d1?"*?. For all casts of Or*vd, ., .
Eaw_?i?,.?? ??nilnistered under profeaalonal rudanea,
wifl certainly work a core; and if tricen at a prtrintlTB,
acting, aa lt doe?, on th? tenOUre mimbranea, lldeanaea
the parte so aa to remore all pottibl? sediment. Admin
Utered in tie tams w?y, lt will pre rent tba formation of '
Calculi, and do away with tb ote terri bte operation., ? <\ m
thcrelbre, to neceaaary for their permanaut remora* : h.; i
Ota it of incalculable ben tot to females la th ott di tease* i
io paeuUar to the sex, and from itt tome, atwell aa tts ". i
anodyne propertiet, lt lt frequonUy tuperlor to Ires,., A .'.
btrk. OT tren the eltctiieal remedlet. In oattt of a pott- S
tire tendancy to Pklkint, ar OonsumpHon, Ota, ta proper " '
quin li tl nt, by rappljlDR or flliingnp thn oonrtxrii dylDg
out of the natani Ure of Uta tyrtem, will often entirely
ward off that owful dlten^, which carries nfT mn tt?uk* ' U?ia
of UM population of ins United States anuuaUy. Poa i ii} :
Ola has this peculiar ad ran tige eyes- other diffusible
ttlmuli, thit lt Bihlliralat wlthont creailng anj thlrtt of
an unhealthy character, lt soothe* white if ateo ?HUT ?KT
and te . powerful ntrrtee ll w til a? sn icu ra tonic .
"niiilAIGKR'S OLD IXINDON DOCK OIN '
potttm all th* qnahtit* thal caa bt dtalred ter tat high- '
itt ind noblest tue of all wini* er Uqnore. Itt IQCTB
dltnu art the dUUTted joice* of carefuiTr "tectsd areKi
nftde deUMtalj pungent iud Jaycrroua wi tb Un aroroau?
tincture of th, inSpar Berry. A^b^rnillc^^Jl
""iT-Sjf1^?* a1T1 au exquiiite mrltlnft . S
a smooth, olly body-and an airtcat ffarai odor to th*,, -,
Uquor, which reedert ll delicioui to tho SSE of ?aten
and testa allic whO* tte sp^tilr^ Ucni'd purity iky to " '
i?o?^fr^^?T*tod?wir?r >? .
^ '^n>0 V^?. mu^ ??uark thal Mettra. A. M. Bnmraaa Kl
l? Oo, mer!! the IgH ot th* entire medical profs*>V.t>rf
.don, a* wen a* Ho v-.ld it Urge for harina tetroduotd ?
fllnoww, both sta preyeaUro md ouritire agent, ari * Itii tai