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THURSDAY MORNING, SI AY 30, 16C7.
'on WORK.-Wo bara uo\t completed oar offioo
tn OH to oxccuto, ?ti tho shortest JMM?".?.lo timu
ALL KINDS OF JOH WORK, and wo moat re?
el oclfully ni.-k Ibo patronage of our friends.
Post DUH , \olirr.
VOST Omcc, ?
CiiAiti.r.sTON, S. C., May ti, mn. f
Hcroafior, untilfurtuoi notice, tho Northeastern
Maila will closo at 1.15 P. M., nml nniving at tho
Depot nt 0.15 A. M. will bo romlv Tor delivery at ll
oVlock. Ou Sundays tho Pout Ollie u will open ot
15.30 P. M. for ono lioiir.
Tho Mails for South Cnrolinn Railroad will con
tl'iuo to CIOH'J daily nt C o'clock A. M., ami for (ho
B.'.vnunnh and Charleston Railroad at 0 A. M. ou
Mondavs, Wednesdays and KridnvH.
8TANLEY O. TROTT, P. M.
Diocese or CUAR&ESTON.-Riirht Rov. Bishop
LYNCH LB already on his way I > tho "Eternal Oily"
-" ad Umina AtHtsUdortm." lio bait appointed
tho Very Rev. Dr. BLICHNOUAM Aduiistrnlor of tho
Diocese during hin absence.
"Now You 8F.E Ir-NOW Yon DON'T."- Any ono
dcstrouH of aeoing tho wonders of magic, and
upend a ptoasant, social ovcning, mid Torin one of
a largo surprise party, has but to go to Hibernian
ball to-night and Witness t!;o wonderful feats ol
Prof. BACOENV, the renowned illusionist.
QABOHX BUDS QBATIB.-Wo aro roques ted to
stale that a bag of garden seed* was yeatorday re?
ceived by mail from Washington, for publie dislri
bntion. Poisons desirous of obtaining part of
tho same will p!ca30 call nt No. 78 Uioad slrioi,
nii.lor tho Carolina Hotel, at the office of Bo ?na
S EH EN AUB.-Tho usual serenity of our eanctum
wis most agrcoably disturbad ou Tuesday
night by waves of melody that rippled abovo and
m ound us, and dissipated all ideas but tho enjoy?
ment of tho hour. It waa at tiio witching time,
when gho9ts aro supposed to rldit their former
quarters, bul our visitors wore bona fido flesh and
blood, inerabora of tho Hook ?lld I.vider Company
No. 1, who instit; tod by sorno good spirit, remem?
bered that Editors can appreciate good muaic.
EARLY Fnuir.- Notwithstanding tho goncrnl
proguoatlcalioua thal tho fruit crop waa ontlroly
killed, wo aro happy to slato to tho contrary, and
arturo tho prophets that wo would not give a fig
f. r their opinions on tho subject. Wc liavo had
not only tho pleaauro of ac jin g and bolieving, hut
of tasting, tho first AK of tho season. Tho fruit in
thu city was saved from tho bluta which doatroyod
that in losa iavorcd localities, and tho trees go ic
rally bloomed Bonnor (han thoso moro exposed.
Tho sample ii g that wo discussed was i ich, ripe
and juicy, and wo wcro as? u rod that it was only
one of many, for Ibo trcos gnvo a promiso ot n
bountiful lmrw.it. Il was laUcu from tho garden
of Slr. NATHAN DAVIS, who has remarkably prolific
trees, and will soon bo ablo to furnish a uumbcr of
PUBLIO Mr.trINO rn MARION, 8. C.-On Saturday
last, wo learn from thc Crehcent, thorn was at Ms
xion C. H. a meeting ut u largo number of blacks,
vi ith afow whit s. Ocnoral lt. F. ORABAH,called
tho mooting to order, and proposod Hon. A. Q. Mo
DUFFTE as Chairman. But it scorns tho colorod
poopl? had como lhere to voto against air, t hine
proposed hy whitos. A colored man named Rayna
always gave tho coo, and tho luocting voted accord?
ingly. Speeches were mado by Mossrs. MCDUFME,
G nAHAH and SELLERS. A strong Ropublican plat?
form wem adopted, moludine, howover, tho recom?
mendation of a poll tax. Next carno, dinner, and
thon moro, specolios. Good order and decorum
woro observed throughout tho day. " ''
?OJ. WADDI THOMPSON, wa learn from the Flori
dian, rooontly addressed a mass mooting: of freed
mea at Madison, Florida, of which Btato ho is now
s citizen. . Hs s poko nf tho kind relations (hat had
existed between him and his formor slavos'-how?
ever changed thoso formor relations now, they
wore H till vory kind., lie epoko of tho necessity ol
union between tho whito and black races in their
political action.' It was by this association that
tho negro would bo improved and elevated to suil
and fill tho measure of his now sphoro os a free?
man. Ho appealed to history to show that thc
clovation of tho African raco had uvor boen de?
pendent upon his association with tho white nian.
'l'hoir forofathers, brought to this country in a
?avago slate, uudor tho tuition of thu .whites they
lind tbomsolvca olova'.od in tho scalo of being,
placed now.upon au equably before tho law with
tho whitos. Was it not to their interests, to tho
in ter ea te of all, to continuo kind relations? The
whites were willing to accord to thom equal rights
before tho law. ". "*
MATOB'S COURT, May 29.-A colored youth whoso
desire to become a spiritualist tod him to insist on
?li inking at tho wrong counter, was taken off by
tho police. Re doniod tho mity impeachment, and
ctated that bo was of a pious Visp >Bition and no*
accustomed to slcsp in Ihe OuXrd Hous? cell. His
Honor thinking that tho solitary reflection bad
linen sufficient puni ah ii. ont, loosed hie bonds and
not him Iroc.
An infantry chargo was prevented between black
und white forces by tho timely arrival of tho
polico, but not boforo ono shot had taken effect
tind tho whito loader brought low. 'Tho misadc, a
hugo brickbat, was exhibited, and the member of
tho eorpM d'Afrique fined $2 for preferring it to a
DISTRICT COUHT.- Tho Jurors answered to thoir
names, and verdicts woro rendered in tho follow?
ing esses : Tho United Stales es. 21 barr?le of
distillad spirits found at tho ?toro of Messrs.
J. H. BSOOXTT & Co. Information ./or for foi tn ie
under tho revenue laws. Verdict. Wo lind for
Iho United Staion, and that tho artielos montiouod
in tho information bo forfeited.
'Tho Unitod Slates ss. Ihroo barrel* distilled
spirits found at tho store of O. W. POND A Co.
Thc United Stales rs. two stills cud appurtcn
uucus found on the premisos of ltour. L.
COURTENAY, ia Barnwell District, South Carolina.
The oourt tho adj rm rn ed tho Jury to Friday noxl
at ll A. M.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS-Judgo T. W. CLOVER
presiding.-In tho caso or OEOROB W. EAOAN ct.
PATRICK CLEARY, wes called. Messrs. SIMONTON
and BARKER for plaintiff, and THOM. T. SUIONS for
defendant. The action was brought for Slander.
It appears that somo tuno in 18G5 tho dofondant
hod a borao stolon from him-bo advertised end
offered a reward for its recovery. In April, 1800,
tho horse wau found in tho possession of J. H.
DEVKRAUX, Esq. When questioned concerning the
animal, Mr. DEVERAUX said that ho had purchased,
liim from ono O. W. EAOAN. CLEARY thon inforfljj,
cd K MIAN that tho horao had bcon stolen from his
tttable, and demanded it or its equivalent, which
tho plaintiff rofusod. An indictment was thon
takeu out against EAOAN for larceny of th J horse,
which was gained by tho plaintiff. Having found
his bul of salo, which proved his right to tho pro?
perty, EAOAN immodiatoly suod Ct.LAST fir
malicious elaudor, placing his damago i at 15000.
Tho caso was ably argued, mid niter a full and
comprehensivo ohsrgo from thu Judgo, tho Jury
retired and subsequently brought in ii soalcd ver?
UNTTSO STATES C rn CD rr COURT-Hem. Ono. 8.
BRYAN presiding.-PETER PEBNIB SS. MARTHA T.
CURTIS sf al. Bill in Equity for foreclosure. MAO
BSTH A BUIST for complainants. 1'OBTEB A CON?
STES for resp?ndante. On motion of PonrEB A
CONNER, it was ordered that tho tenants of tho
premises on East Bay, described in tho pleading,
do pay into the hands of DANIEL. HOBLBBOS, Esq.,
Acting Master iii Chane ery, Ibo routs duo by them
for tho hbo of tho premiaos.
In Admiralty -A number of libels against tba
steamer (Jen. Hooker, for wagos, Ac, doo, woro
presented and tho roport of tho Commissioner road.
On motion or R. 8. DURYEA, Esq., and J. BAR?
BET Comm, Esq., libolUuls' proctors, and on tho
Loaring ot M. P. O'CCNNOB, Esq'., fdr tho" ownor,
and MenF.rs. PORTER and CONNOR for tho mort
gsrro, it wea ordered that Ibo steamer General
Hooker, her engines, apparel nnd furniture, bo
sold by tho United States Marshall at publio auc?
tion, on Juno 4lb, after duo advortisoiaenl In ?wo
of tho dal y pap?n of this olty ; also, that out of
tho proceeds of said salo, tho costa be first paid,
thon tho amount reported to bo deo to each of tbs
libellants and petitioners, and tho balance, if any,
bs paid into the registry of tho Court, subject to
the order of Ibo Court without pr?judice to tho
lion Of tho mortgage.
OauioB or TIMK.-Passengers for tho Land or
Flowers oro requested to m?tico Ibo chsugu mad o
by tito IMctalor lu her days for sailing, abo will
uow loavo Charlean on Ttibadsy night, instead
of friday as borotoforo.
BioNfi or Ltrz.-Tboro is no bottor criterion of
t?io lifo of a city limn tho appearance of its Hotolu,
fur their condition is a miro feign of either tho
slagtiation or actis itv of tbo placo. In a dull sea?
son thoy uro tho first to fool Its ofToots, and as
tpiickly show by then: crowded rooms tho reaction
caused by tho rovivol of trado. Although it is
vain In Charlostou to oxpcol any business during
tho .Summer months, yet cuiront ovouts, and tho
political iesuos now hcfuio tho people, havo uausod
ii i niall ripple of lifo to agitato our usual atunuior
?oreililjr. A number of strangors from all parts
nf tho country aro now in tho City, staying at the
dilloront llolols. Tho long vorandab of tho Char?
leston has lost ita desolate appearance, whilo tho
lights of thc Mill's HOUNO gleam brightly over
groups of men engaged in animated discussion ;
and tho anti-bollum era, whou colton was
king and groonbaoks unknown, is forcibly brought
to tho rocollootion. Unfortunately thoso visitors
aro birds of pasaago, and aro always on tho wing,
tho only advantago of thou* proaonco being tho Hw
treasury notos they loavo behind thom.
M.viiBDEN'g PLOTort.u. lUi.it, for Asthma and
DO win k MOISI:, Agents.
QOODllICII, WINGMAN ti CU., Agents.
A now and important romody for married ladies.
Circulars can bo obtained nnJ tho article supplied
upon application to tho wholosalo agents.
D0W1E & MOISE,
Southern Drug House, Mo. 151 Mooting ? trout.
April ll thstn?moa
If yon want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, ie.; or, Mnm?' Almanac;
If you want Printing oxecntod noatly;
If you want Books bound In any stylo, or Account
Dooks inado to order, with any desired pattern ot
ruling, go to IlrnAM nARius. No. 69 Broad street.
ALL KINDSOF JOD WORE DONB AT THE DAILY
Aaotlou Sales This Day.
T. M. CAT ta will MU this div, at >t* put 0 o'clock,
?il Brown's Wharf, now butter, lani, shoulden, ic.
JErr?nea ?? Co will ??U this day, at 10 o'olook, tn
frODt ol Uioir lloro. No. 30 Von duo Range, html, butter,
htuaai DOAKS will nell tUlJ day, at 10 o'olock, at his
ntoro corner of King and Liberty sirc?lo, dry gooda,
RT E M nouBF. ft Co. will adi thia day at 12 o'clock, at tba
Old Custom House, under tho direction of J. P. tl.
EPFINO, United States' Marshal, the side wheel atoare or
Morgan; also, tho steamer Oharlttton, with engines, boll?
era, appurtenances, A e.
J. A. EMlxiWi Co., will aell thia day, at halt-past 10
o'clock, In iront of tt.?lr atoro. No. lil East Bay, 100 bbla
Muscovado sugar: also. 30 tl arcot wholo and middling
rice. . ?* / j . . ? .. '. ~ Z' ? .' .
Millions Of Dottie?
of M HM. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING 31BDP are sold and
n H ed with novcr-fatUng ru cc eat. lt la an old and well
tried, remedy, and has stood tho teat of yean. It reUsvoe
the child from pain, regulate* tho a omach and bowole,
eurea wind colic, softens the gunn, and, by giving rut
and health to tho child, comforts tho mother.
Be aura and call for
"MRS. WI.S S LO WH SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having the fae limilt of " Cu UT is k PEBKIMI" on th*
outaido wTappor. AU Othora oro baso Imitations.
For aale by
DO WIE .V MOISE,
Ko. 181 Mooting street, opposite tho Chart ta ton Hotel.
May 30 thums
Tho latest and moat effectual remedy fur the cur? ot I
debility, loaa ol appetite, headache, torpor of the liver,
etc., ia PANKMN'H HEPATIC BITTERS. Vor asl* by
all Druggists. th
'* The Time to Advertise In the < ountry.
Tin: PHCCKIX tua s large circulation throughout the
middle sod upper Diatrtcta of tho State. Advertising
ratea as reasonable as the stringency of the money mar?
ket will warrant. Merchants and o th era wishing to nao
the columns of tho paper will address
JULIAN A SELBY, Proprietor,
February li Colombia, B.
Be On Tour Guard
Against Uto Imitations and counterfoils cf HOSTET
rKP.' A STOMACH BITTERS, with which the raun*
who rn alio a DUUOKOBABLX UVTHO, by praying upon tho
nick and suffortng, ore now endeavoring to flood the mar?
kets of this co'.iolry. Whenever thus roiox-MOHarjia
arc discovered they sro Im or edi* tel y prosecuted by Ibo ?
proprioloni, who oxpend thousand* of dollars annnaUy In
tracing them ont and bringing them to Justice. Within
a- short time injonctions havo been obtained lu the
Courts of the United States against a number of indi?
viduals and firms, and salis aro now tn prog .'eas against I
several others', all of whose names will bo given to tho ]
public. Dut In spite of tho utmost vigilance and activity
of their detective agents, the undersigned aro of course 1
unablo td protect ,lhe, nubile entirely against piratical
imitations of s Standard National Tonic, eve.rywb.ore In
request, and as readily convertible Into cash sa United
States Bonds or Treasury Notes. They therefore, ss a I
ineaaara of precaution, direct attention to tho fact -hat a I
finely engraved label, representing fit Qeorgo and ?ho [
Dragon, and a beautiful proprietary stamp, baizing the
official endorsement of the Government, appear on s vary !
bottlo of tho genuino BITTERS. " Tho er tlc) o ls further j
authenticated by a miniature note of bind, with the sig- j
nsturs of "UosTCTTzn A Hmm," to counterfeit which ls
a Statt yr non crime. Tho trae BITTERS sra sold m
bettlet only, and never in built.
HOSTE: TER it SMITH.
Know thy Destiny.
MaDAUE E. F. TuonXTOS, the groat English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant snd Paychometrlclan, who bas aston?
ished tbs scientific classes o? the Old World, hos now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madamo TnonsTON pos
-l?.Tj such wonderful powers of second sight ss to cu?
nio h or to impar, knowledgo of the greatest importance
io the singlo or married of either sex. While tn i stalo
nf trance, she delhi ea tea ibo very features of the person
you sro to marry, and by tho aid of an instrument of In*
Umso |>owur, known aa the Psycbomotrope, guaran loca to
produce a life-Uko picture of the future husband or wife
of the applicant, together with data of n^arrlago, position
In h!e. leading traltfl of chiracU-r, ftc. ''This ia no hum?
bug, sa thousand of testimon?ala can assert. Shs will
send, whon desired, a certified certificate, or written
imarantoe, that tbs picture la what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and tag place of binn.
Ago, disposition and complexion, end enclosing fry o*nl
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, yon will rc
celvo tho picture and desired Information by return mall.
All communion tiona sacredly confidential. Address- tn
confidence. Madame B. P. THORNTON, I'.aBoirA
Undson. N. Y. '*". . . Jy .- ' March 30
i1 '? '"
Free to Everybody.
A Lsrgs C pp. circuitry, gWtntf lornr/usbon of tho
i createsl importance to the young of both, eexen. V
It leachsa how the homely may bocea? beaiitJ I ul, tbs
j despised respected, and tho forsaken lot ed.
No young lady or gentleman should fall to sand th ali
address, and receive s copy post-paid, by return mall,
Address P. O. Drawer, ai,
March 30_lyr _Troy, N. Y.
HEADQ'RI SECOND MILITARY DIBTBIOT, )
MEDICAL DIRECTORS' OFFICE, 1
CZLtnzJESTON, H. C., May 31, IBl)7, )
Notioo ls hereby given that the Quarantine ostabliahed
by General Oi der* No. S, Headquarters Second Military
District, ls now In force, st Oharlsstoo, S. O. Pilots will |
bring sil vessels tutoring tbs port psst tba Quarantine
Station, and bo governed by lbs directions of the Medical
Officer. ... CHARLES PAOE>
Surgeon U. H. Army, kl edi cal Director.
May aa fl
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lenna. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
February IS OrangshnrK. H
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TENSE Ulla agreeable and healthful barerago, at
'hoir well-known ?lande. No. HO UAHEL STUKKT, bo
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?I.I Pluuot Guard lluuac), nud at tue Load ol DENTED
AUK tri, northwest comer.
Uruggisli aad otliera wishing to bo supplied vlth
Fountains or Syrup?, snd dealers deslrtug Fountains
clisrgu?, will bo accommodated upon reasonable
HearneT, Hotels, Restaurants and private, families,
funilslied with s superior article of bottled Bods, in quan?
tities lo ault purchasers.
Wo aro agents for tho salo of A. J. Morse Ar Son's lustly
celebrated Hods Water .'.pparalua, consisting ol Genera?
tors, Fountains, Msrblo Draught Stands, Stirer Plated
llcfngerstlng Draught blands. Tumbler Holder?, and all
apiarnlus necessary for tho manufacture of >oda Water,
st tho Diauufacturers' prices, willi freight added.
Dealers lu Soda Waler throughout tho Slats, desiring
an apparatus, will do well to examino tho merits ot
Mono a Apparatus, before purchasing olesowliere.
Inscription catalogue and price llet sent to any address
opuu application to JOHN HUCK A CO., Charleston.
Whilo spproclstiug tho very liberal pstronago ozlended
lons during tho past season, wo bhall strive to merit Ita
E. H. GARDNER.
April II 2mo
WE HAVE NOW ADDED TO OOH NEWS?
PAPER ESTABLISHMENT a moat oxtonaivo and
Buppliod with a groat variety or PLAIN AND
F AK OY TYPE, of tho latest ami moat approved
ntyleg ; aud we bara ovory fe,'"'ly for OKOanUog
all kinds or JOB WOKE iii
Bill and Letter Heads
&c, &c, &C.
THOSE OF OUR FRIENDS DE
SIRINO JOB WORK, will please
loavo their ordere with as. We
will guarantee as good work, and
at os CHEAP RATES, as can bo
had in Charleston.
CATHCART, M'MILLAN 4 MORTON.
Ueavdeiaartara S cc o tl d Militar* District, .
(Noam CaBOLxtra sjn> 80 OTB nano Lista), I
Co LU if ma, S. a, March Mst, 1987. )
[Gatxtnax. ORDEAS NO. L]
L Of COMPLIANCE WITH O EN EB AL O RD EES NO.
10, Headquarters of tho Army, Marah ll In, 1867, the un?
dersigned hereby assumes command of tho Second Mili?
tary District co ns ti luted by tho Aot of Congress, Publie
No. 88, 'Jd March, 1887, entitled "An Act for the more
efficient government or tho rebel States."
H. In tho execution of tho duty of the Commanding
Genera] to maintain the security of the Inhabitants In
their persons and property, to suppress Insurrection, dis?
order and vtoier.ee, and to punish or cause to be pun?
ished aU disturbers of the publie peace and criminals,
tho local drU tribunals will bo permitted to take Juris?
diction of and try offenders, excepting only such cases ss
may by the order of tho Commanding General bo reiored
to a Commission or other military tribunal for trial.
UL The civil government now existing in North Caro?
lina and South CaroUua ia proviaionsl only, and in aU re?
spects subject to the paramount authority of the United
Slates, st soy timo to abolish, modify, control or super
cede th? same. Local laws and municipal r?gulations
not Inconsistent with the Constitution and laws of the
United Slates, or the proclamations of tho President, or
with auch regulations ss are or may be proscribed In tho
'orders of the Commanding General, are hereby declared
to bs In force; and, in conformity therewith, civil officers
are ?ireby authorized to continue the exercise of their
proper functions, and will be respected and obeyed by
TV. Whenever any Civil Officer, Magistrate or Court
neglects or refuses to perform an official act properly re?
quired of such tribunal or officer, whereby du? and
rightful security to person or property shall ba denied,
dis essa will be reported by tho Post Commander to these.
V. l'ost Commanders will oauss to be arrested persons
charged with the commission of crimes and o flan 004
when the civil authorities fail to arrest and bring such
offenders to trial, and will bold the accused m custody
for trial by Military Commission, Provost Court or other
tribunal organized pursuant to ord ore from these Head,
quarter*. Arrests by military authority will bo reported
promptly. The ohargos preferred will be accompanied
by the evidence on which they aro founded.
VL Tho Commanding General, desiring to preserve
tranquility snd order by moans and agencies most conge?
nial to the people, solicits tho zealous and cordial co?
operation of civil ofhoois In the dlsohargs of their duties,
and the sid of all good citizens In preventing conduce
tending to diaturb tho peace ; and to tho end that occa?
sion may seldom arise for the ex ardas of military au
thorlty In malters of ordinary civil administration, the
Commanding General respectfully and earnestly com.
manda to the pooplo and authorities of North and South
Carolina unreserved obedience to th? authority now es?
tablished, and tho diligent, corni tl er? ts and Impartial
execution of the laws enacted for their government.
vn. AR orders heretofore published to the Department
of thu South are hereby continued in force.
Tbs following named officers are announced a* th?
staff of the Major General Commanding :
Capt J. W. Clous, 88th U. H. Infantry, Act. A?si. Adjt
Gen. and Aide-de-camp,
Capt Alexander Moore, 88th U. 8. Infantry, Aide-de
Bri Maj. J. H. Myrlek, 1st Lieut Sd Art, Aido-de-Oamp
?nd act. Judge Advocate.
Major James P. Boy, 8th V. B. lort.. Act Asst Inspect
Bri Major General . O. Tyler, Deputy Quarte rm aa tar
Om. 0. ri. A., Chief Quartermaster.
Bit Brig. General W. W. Durna, Major and C. B., U.
3. A., Chief Commissary of Subsistence.
Brt Lieut, Col. Charlo? Page, Burg. 0. H. A., Mad. Bl
rector. D. E. SICKLK8,
Major General Commanding.
Ott dal 1 J, W. OLOUS, Aide-ds-Camp. Maren aa
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OVER SEVENTY THOUSAND NOW IN USE IN
THIS COUNTRY AND EUROPE.
fTUlK REPUTATION ACQUIRED DY THIS MACHINE, WARU YN TS US IN BAYING IT IS TUB UEST NOW
JL IN USE. Wo ?xo BUN General Btato Agoo.li for Ibo salo of tue following Agricultural Implements, whioh we]
koop constantly on kau il at Manufacturer's prices t
H. L. EMERY'S UNIVERSAL COTTON GIN AND CONDENSER.
Tuc nainorous loaUtn misil and rncomomilulona roooirel from partios who have purchased thoa o O INS, ?na
ble* na to olatm for the-u impart irlry orcr any and all eoiupltltors, la quantity and quality of unta turnod ont, and
li: dmpUcltr. durability, otHcloucy or alni, nu! ai a fair mi 1 Jmt toil ol Its superiority oror all other flin?, wadu
challenge, a practical test of iti clalmi for superiority.
Cotton and Hay Presses.
Horso Powers anil Threshers,
Saw Slills, Promiiun Farm Crist Mills,
Fan Mills, Stafford and Buck Eye Cultivators,
Foddor and Corn Stalk Cuttor-, (Mrain Drills,
Corn SiioUors, Georgia Cotton Planter,
Plows, Expanding Cultivator, Pumps,
Bolls, &c.. &c.
A. R. COLTON, Proprietor.
W. B. LOWRANCE, Manager.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ESTABLISHED 1859-8 YEARS I
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
NO. 92 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Income, ........ 2,069,070
Dividend February 1, 1867, over $600,000.
AU tho most desirable and popular kinds ol' LIFE and ENDOWMENT
Policies issued, and every advantage appertaining to tho business granted
TUE CHARTER OF THE SOCIETY REQUIRES THAT ALL PROFITS GO TO THE ASSURED,
Dividends Declared Annually on the First of February,
AND APPLIED A3 CASH TO THE DEDUCTION OF FUTURE PRE IUMS. DIVIDENDS UPON THE FIRST
year's premium maj bo applied to ro acing Ibo sooond yuar'a premium, and so on annually thereafter.
Just aud liberal dusting wt tb Uio assured, promptness In tho paymonl of lo???, nud Ibo greater sd van tag os of.
fared to tho ana ural by Ulla Society, have socurad to lt ? success such as has net been equalled in tho ssma spaco ol
time lu Inls or any other country.
DJ the short space of ?even yean lt bas ?cc amula ted a fund of Over Three Milllona of Dollars, and has
?ocurod an annual ?icomo of Over Two Millions. Daring tho year 1860 alona lt assured, by now policies.
Over Thirty Millions of Dollars, Increased ita income Over One Million, sud added to its fund mere
than Fourteen Hundred Thousand Dollar?.
Il ls thoroughly established on a solid basis, conducts ila btrainees on tho Cai* IV in, and iii ratio of "Total Ex
ptnditurt" to "lotal Cask Income" it I-a than that ot any other compa?a preciously oraaniztd,
ITS POLICIES AVERAOE I. Alto Kit THAN THOSE OF ANY OTU Kit COMPANY' IN AMERICA, showing thst I
for Inrcsunants persons select this Bocloly in prciorenco to any other.
Tho assured have tho option annually of applying their dirldonds in any of the FIVE following ways, and or 1
tho rulos of thc Society:
FIUST-To the permanent locrosso of thc sum sssured.
SrcoKO-To the lacreaao of tho Bum assured for one year, or a term of years.
1 lunn- i o tn nermaennt reduction of tho pro rn Huns.
Fouiiiu-To Um reducUon ol tho premia s for ono or moro yean.
Furn- To tho reduction of tho number of years in which premiums are lo bo paid.
WM. C. RAVEN EL, M. D-, M ?tu io ai. ExAsmran.
O. A. BOWEN, Agent,
No. 1S3 MEETING STREET.
IMPORTANT TO^ COTTON PLANTERS.
IRON SCREW COTTON PRESS.
rTUTE LATEST AND BY FAR THE MOST PERFECT
_L COTTON SCREW yet inrcntcd. Wllh ono mule
a heavy halo can bo easily packed. Bend for Descrip?
tive, and Price List, to O. K. li L O EB,
General Agent for the Stale,
No. 73 East Dsy, Charleston, 8.0.
RAILWAY AND STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES, Portable I
ind Stationary Engines, Saw Oms, H on cry a McCar?
thy Gins, Orist Mills, Dark Mills, Horse Powers,
rhrcshers, Reapers, Beltings, Oil?, Iren, ?tcoi, Wild?
er's Piro Proof Hares, Platform and Counter Beales,
ic, te. For sale by
C. K. HUGER,
No. 73 BAST BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
Mn/ '1 m th Amos
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
? II O R G I A .
rpiTIS FIR9T-OLA89 BOUTHERN COMPANY, ESTABLISHED IN 1847, IS STILL ISSUING POLICIES OF JU
1 8URAN0E sgalnst loss br Oro of stoo.aof .vlercaandl?e, Housos, Fornilnre, Colton, Vessels In Port, Aa, Ac I
THIS UEINQ A UUrOAL COMPANY. YEARLY POLIOY HOLDERS PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS, and be
comj Stockholders, WTTHOUT AN ? LIABILITY WHATEVER.
A dlridsnd of forty percent, on'.of theproStsof tho Company for tho post twolro months bas bson declared,
thereby reducing tho premium to insurers nosrly ons-hslf.
Dlrlda id ocrlp of tba Company tallen In payment of premiums.
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here.
J. L. HONOUR, Agent,
May 7 tuUisUno No. 8 BROAD bTREET.
STRASBURG ER & 1NUHN,
TOT?, CHINA, SLiATSS AND y LA. Ti:
STBASBUROER ft. NTJUN, FORGED DY THE RAPID
Increase of their business and their pr?sent inade?
quate accommodation!, have mada arrangements to re?
move fro ?> No. Ct Maldon Lams Lo the extendive lofts 01
No. 391 BROADWAY, near Causl street. Now York, Ou
tho loth of March? offering there lo buyers belter lu
ducemcnts than erer before. thatu3moe February 18
ELDER & BROWN,
MA S U KA 0 TU UK RS AND PATK.XT
BES of the oslebrated OOMB1NATKIN
011ADLB AND ti>UY Tfc.v'jEH. Pro?
pelling Hem*, and all kinds of Hook?
ing Horses, Inralld Chairs, wllb donbls
and singlo whesds. from flt to SIS}
.arr lag es, Fanoy and Varnished Wagons,
cs, lnrslld CsrrUgee, made to order. Fanoy
nd Baby Bookara, Ac, Lc., lifo- alas Horses,
o. CSS 1)ROADWAY, Manufactory, No?, tl9,
d lol WKST BTHKBT, New York.
sao. Ml s
The Unlrmal Verdict of tall the Most Rx.
psrleneed Pastry Cooks und IlouseUeep
?a it ?lint the
TS TtTE MOST RELIABLE OF ALL B AK DIO POW
JL. DLRS, being beautifully white, and free from sll In?
jurious Ingredients, besides 'squiring only two-thirds of
the quantity to hsro tho sanio ofloct as other Yeast
Powders. IT rou vant delightful Pis Crust, Biscuit sod
C ?rn Bread, (ITS lt a trial
."or sals by GRUBER A MARTIN,
No. 33? Elna street.
HENRY BISCHOFF t% CO.,
No. li', Kart Bay
.. W. a. OU H WIN ? 00.,
' / No, lit Kins streit.
BOWIE A MOUE, LTTiggtrts,
NO. 151 MRU UNO olilhRT,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January TA thetas mo
IF ?OU HAVE CILIUM AMD FEV.R, USE DB. O. O.
HARRISON'S FEVER AND AGUE CURE. It ll I
perlectly ufo and reliable remedy, a aura cara.
Price tl per bo Uli.
For salo, wholesale and retail, at my store, No. 311
Booth Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
IXIVVIK dc MOISE,
SOUTHERN DRTJO ROUSE,
No. lol Mooting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
AGAIN IN OPERATION!
THE STEAM OUIBT AJfJ} MK AI, MILL
JOHN CAMPSEN & CO.,
Nu; 14 Market st, opposite State st.
mHIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT, HAVINO
I boen disabled daring tbs late unfortunate war, hart
lately completed their MRI titer tho latest modern Im?
provements, and are now prepared to furnish the pabilo
with fresh ground QHIST and MEAL at all times, tad
will grind either on to 1 or for cash, tl lowest rates.
JOHN OAMFJEN A CO.,
No. lt Markst street, opposite State stn oh
May 23 _tornamos
WILLIS & OHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO UTE PURCHASE. SALK AND
S dil MENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ot
COTTON, alli, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, Clim letton. B. G. .
E. UiLLIH....A. ILCUIBOI.M
Oe tobst as
??*}l^?cD STATES MAnH??XlT? OFFICE.
SOUTH CAROLI A DISTRICT-IN ADMIRALTY.
Danni J. lilurgie vs. Ultamer* Morgan atui
Charleston; A. (IcUg <t '.a. rs. O'iv. lt. /.un/
anti H. ./. (,'elty-UOeis Jor llepair ?inti Sujt
HTKMIOUSE ?i CU., Auctioneer*.
By virtue or sn order of salo to mo directed, from Uio
flounrablo tho Judgo of tho matriel Court of South
Caroline, In Adinlriltv. for Uiu Dinlri t aforesaid, is
tbs shovo ceses. 1 wl.l oipo?o tor salo, at public suc?
tion, st tho old Cu?tom House, In HIP Port of Charles?
ton. THIH DAY, thc 30lh Instant, st 11 ?'cloe? H.,
Tho sldo-whccl STEAMER MORGAN, togoti-ur with
h-r liol lore, Machinery, Tsckle sud Apparel, aa sho now
lies at tho Oas Company's Whsrf.
At the lamo Hmo and place, the IJOILEHH AND EN
OINEof tho m EAMKli CHARLESTON.
THE H ULT, AND MATERIAL AND APPURTENANCES I
or tho STEAMER CHARLESTON, aa ano uow Iles st tho I
Tonne-For tho Steamer M ornan, one-third cnt.li ; bat?
aneo In throo and six monUis. >>v approved endorsed
notes, scoured by mortgago of tho Steam, r. For tho
Rollers and F.ngino and Hull, ic, or tho Rlosnivr j
Charleston, t?aii. Purcliaseni to pay fi r iioccasary tia- I
pore. J. 1\ M. EPPING.
May 30_P. B. Marshal, S. C. District.
//tims, nutter. Strips, tte.
JEFFOUDS <fc co.
Will sell THIS DAY. In front of their atoro. No. ito Ven?
due Rango at 10 o'clock.
10 TIERCES HAMS.
7 Barrels Hams,
30 Revs Choleo Rutter.
16 Tubs Lard.
IS Raga Dried Apples.
18 Karrnlj Siripa.
_ 30_?oic? aioc?c._ May 30_
HY A. II. AllH Ml VMM V ?nv ?
MONDAY, the 3d InsL at 10 o'clock, we will fell, st our
salesroom, No. 36 Havre street.
Tho entire stocks of Nos. 48 snd 188 KINO STREET.
ceNBisTiKO or :
DRY AND FANCY OODDS I HATH
Millinery Boots and ?"hoes
Clothing I Trunks. Ac, ftc.
Solo will bo continued from day to day until tho entire
Stocka aro sold.
Conditions- AU sums ovor ile? thirty days: all ovsr
?300 ?lily daya, with approved endorse*! notes.
CHARGE; OF SCHEDULE ?SAVANNAH
AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER SATURDAY JUNK 1st, 1867.
OFFICE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON B. R. CO.
M i i.i. ST tut KT I'?-.>.< >r, J
CnAALZH-roH, May 39, 1807. )
ON AND AFTER SATOIIHAY. 1ST PROXIMO, THE
Passe niter and Frolght Trains over thia Hoad, will
leave tho Company's Wharves st the Mill atrect Depot,
on Tuudayt, TA'.ridays and SOiurdo*', of esvcb week, al
fifteen minutes before 0 o'clock A. M., and Ibo Depot at
St Andrews at 8 o'clock precisely, and arrive at ialko
hstchle, ilho present t rmluus of tho rosd,) st ll o'clock,
lletnmlng sanio day, vrlU loavo Haikchatchlo at 3 o'clock
Whito Hall.S o'clock and 30 minute i
Qroon Pond.4 o'clock and 00 minnipa
Aahcpoo.4 o'clock and 3 minutes
Jacksonboro*.4 o'clock and 60 minutes
Adams Run.S o'clock and 'JO minutes
New Road.6 o'clock and 60 minutes
Olovsr's.S o'clock snd 00 minutes
Rsntowlcs,.fi o'clock and 16 minutes
John's ihland Road.6 o'clock sud 30 minutes
Depot In Charleston.7 o'clock and 00 minutes
This chango will enable Plentere snd all othorn having
business ovor this Hoad, lo visit their pisces and return
same day, wbll? tho First Class Pas a? tiger and Frolght
Tariff has been reduced twenty per cent, below previous
N.B.-On Saturday o nani ns, the train will loavo at
quarter beforo 0 o'clock, a? abo va noted.
JNO. 8. RYAN,
May 30 8 General Superintendent.
NEW SCHEDULE ON SPARTANBURU ANO
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, TH 1 30TH MAY IN*T.
tho Pawongor Train will run no MUNDAYS. WED?
NESDAYS and SATURDAYS. Down Trains leaving
BpertMburg C. H , at 8 A.M., arrive at Alston st 11:30
A.M. Up T.ams loaves Alston st 13:30 P.M.: arrive at
Hpartauburg C. at 7:00 P.M.
THOS. B. JETER,
_ Presidents, and O. Railroad.
TJolonvUlo, 8. C., May 16, 1807.
Maj aa_ imo
MTROGKMZED SUPER PHOSPHATE
rruiK SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW PREP ABED TO FTTR
_L NISH a limited quanUty Ol this popular STANDARD
Ki.UTI Ll ZEB lor top dressing. It - ay bo used before or
after tho planting ol the crop, far even when applied as a
lop dressing, tl cannot bo loal by evaporetiou, aa none ot
it? constituents aro vola lie. lt may bo applied at each
boeing of Cotton, and lu the hills during Iho cultivation
of Com. Potatoes and other crops. Wbou crops have
been previously man unid In the usual way, and found
lo be of sluggish growth, lt may bc augmented by the nae
of this manure. To Ibo Horticulturist lt ls Invaluable,
aa It may be applied to fruit trees at any season of tho
year, bold by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH C.UtULINA.
May 4 ituthlmo No. 153 East Bay.
MR 8. W. 8. WALK Eil
TT71LL GIVE LESSONS ON T-.E PIANO OR HAJIP,
VV at No. 3, oo rc cr of Legaro and Lam boll streets.
TO COTTON CLAIMANTS.
rjVflE CLIENTS OF COOLEY A CLARKE, ATTOR
1 NEYS at Law, of Washington City, are Informed
that CoL W. PI NN CLARKE, of that firm, ls now at the
Mills House, where he will remain the present week,
where he WLQ Le plessed to soe the clients of the firm,
and any other pomona who may bare dalma against the
United Slates for Cotton and other property, a oil od by
the Government authorities after the surrender of tula
city to the Federal forcea._4?_May 39
OTEVKN8 HOUSE, Nos. ?1. ?3, 35 AND 87
? Broadway, N. Y.. opposite Bowling Green-t n the
European Plan.-TH E STEVENS Hut BE la well and
widely known to the travelling public. Tho location Is es?
pecially sui ls ble to merchants and basic eta mon; Ills tn
close proximity to the business part of the city-La on
Hie highway of Southern and Western travel-and adja?
cent to all the principal Railroad and Steamboat depots.
The ST e. Vi Ny HOUSE has liberal accommodation for
over 300 gu als-lt ls web furnished, and possesses every
modern Improvement for tho .omfort and entertainment
of Its inmates. Tho rooms are spsclous and weB voula?
is ted-prov ldod with gas and water-the aiton, ian co ls
prompt and respectful-and the table Is generously pro
viued with ovt ry delicacy of the acaaon at moderato rates.
The rooms having boon rcfurniahed and remodeled, wa
aro enabled to offer ex ra fad lt ti ea for tho comfort and
plea uro cf our guests. OEO. K. CHASE A UO.,
May 38 6mo _Proprietors.
Methodist Episcopal Chnrch South.
THE Dl'DEBfllGNED ARE THE AGENTS OF THE
Publishing House st Nashville,
E. J. DAWSON & CO.,
No. 163 MEETING STREET.
CLOSING UP AT A GREAT SAC?
BOHN'S LIBRARY AT FIFTY CENTS a VOLUME.
Enginoering and Architectural Works.
Agricultural and Jrsrdenlng Works.
Cooking snd Sporting Worts.
Ail tho aim ve works st hair price, at
May6 Imo_8. HART'S, Book Blore.
rTVHB UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY INFORMS
M hit former customers, and Ihe public generally,
that he has rvoponod, for tho season. Ins BALDON, No. ;
86 CALHOUN STREET, opposite Ellas bo th, where hs
will be happy to serve thom. Having attentive ati?nd?
anla, his efforts will be to please. The quality of hit
Cream ls too well known lor oommant
Families supplied aa usual in quantities to tull, at all
Plo Nles, Maroons, otc, supplied at the shortest no?
Tn all esses. Cream, quality and quantity warranted.
No charge If the Cream don't proveas recommended.
Il EN H Y LARCOMBE.
Sf The IOE CREAM Wagon will be out every day,
8 un days excepted._Imo_May UB
HOTELS IN SEW YORK.
DE LAN EAU DOUSE.
BETWEEN Bth saud OU? AVENUE?,
novTTaTo Bsazavois MU,
T AROS AND ELEGANT SbTTS OF BOOMS FOB
I j families desiring accommodations In New York,
transiently or permanently. Thia ls ont ol the most
airy and dtUahUul locations tn the dty. Tabla d'hote or
private. A. M. ns LEV AL s TT E.
?M AND 4ih AVENUE.
PARTIES VISITING NEW YORK, WILL FIND AT
this new and desirable House, the mott airy and
comfortable aocomnvvlsllons for familles locating per
mansntlr or trenah -,, at liberal n (ss. Meals served
t la European or table d'hote. J. A, ROBINSON,
Maya_Imo_Prop ri a tor.
FUN FOR ALL !
FULL INSTRUCTION.? BI WHICH ANY PIBBON,
mala or female, caa master tht great art of Ven?
triloquism by a law boure1 practice, making a world ot
run, and after bemiring experts themselves, can teach
athen, thereby making lt a source of Income. Full in
s trudi IDS tent by mail for 80 cents. Satisfaction guar?
Address p. o. Drawer 31, Troy, N. Y.
OFFICE CHIEF OF DETECT!VIZ8,1
.. _ OUAScxnojT, May 37, 1667. I
rTUKEH UP, AT LOW WAI kai MARX. OFF BIRD'S
JL old objp i ard. Berutli Bay, three (.) lons, baa vj BABS
RAILROAD (1) IBON, very Uttle waru. The tadd Iron
bat been tax en up and stored in the yard of Mr. a IR?
WIN, south Bay. Any cms of lbs Railroad Oompstnlsa
caving lott rash boa w-U oed tl this otu s, prov* prop
arty, poy expanses, and tala tho asms away.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
May38 6 1st Lient and Chief of Ditectivet.
hlute*'t<1'"> ivqor ! Mvecoondo Sugar I
Bl J. A. tCAMLOW ?fc CO.
rniH ITturfltTi Vc !? NI?O, "mli Inst, st beH-past 1U
o'rlock. will bo ?o?d. In front of our ?tore, ?0. ?il
inn birrol? rm nu MUSCOVADO fiUOAR.
B'o* litre. Rire.
nv J. A. W*V,VW t* CO.
THIS DAV, Wn*> Inik., al h?lf-D??l 10 o'clock. Will ba ?oad
In front of nur "torr-. No. HI Eaal Bay,
10 Tton?e? WITOT.R HIPE
10 Tlorco? Middling Rica
May 80 _
A'?i? Jlu'irr. fwlnnil Shoulder:
HY T. H. CATER.
Will bo mill, on Brown'? Wharf THI8 EAT, at Hf fast
H tu'm Choice NEW ROTTER, now landing
76 firkin? ChnM old Mtato Uuttor
to firkin? lard
400 lound Shoulder?, In lola.
Condition? rash. _May KO
Pni floods. Clnlhir.u. ?TC.
UV MILCH DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at ll) o'clock. I will ?ell at my Store,
comer of Kim. nnd I.lb<-rty streets,
A choice and well assorted lnvidro of DRV OOOOfl,
Jual received by HtvauiHlil|i E. R. Souder, to be aold wtth
MO piece? B-t Willie ?nil llluo OA?ZE NETTING
80 pieced Pettit, d Milallu
llcce? plain fl yu red and ?trlpe<l H wi?. Mull, Nalnaoofc
and Jaconot Muelln, plain, etrlno anu checkod Cambria,
Moiaiubl'iue. Grenadines. Popllnot, whlto and brown
Linen. Sat?nela, ('afslmrrea, A-c.
Donen Hoop Skirt*. (Dudor.) 'JO to 40 ?pringa. French
t'or-ci?. Unen lln<v>mti and Hlrkorv S'ilr<?, Hair Neta,
Flax Th re ni. I-vi I' y, Ml.??-?' and ?lenta* ao'ortod Hoxie
ry. Silk Mit n. Vnll?. naTiil'kfa. Sniiunrr Balmoral Sklrtu,
ami a long Uno of Notion H .
A lons linn of desirable CLOT'niNO.
On FRIDAY. I will ?ell R0 cane? ROOTS and SHOES,
prl'no Rtnck, and well aa no rt od.
Term? cash. _May 80
Superior Furniture ot a Family loaomn the Oily.
WU. MeICAV. JOHN I'A.MIMIKLL.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 136 Mectluc* Street, opposite
WDl sell TO-MORROW (Friday.) Birt Inst,, at 10
BRUSSELS CARPETS, Pa tor. Bedroom, Dining Boom
and Kitchen Furniture, superior Lace Curtains, bo., ao.
Our usual aanorrmont of READSTEADB, HANK AND
WOOD SEAT ROCKERS, ita, Atc.
Term 9 gah._May 80
Cottage Dela Furniture. Marble-Top Saloon Tablet,
nv WILBUR ?sc HON.
TO MORROW, Slat lust, at 10 H o'clock, at our Salas
Room, corner Stat o and Chalmers streets, will be sold,
Together with OT, ABS SHOW CARE, Champaign Olden
Alo, S-iap, Bega?, noe Window Shades, Orookory, and
Conditions cash. May 80
BY J. A. ElVBLOW Ai CO.
FRIDAY mo-nlng Slat lnat, st half-past 10 u'olook. wfll
bo told at Marabou's Wharf, cast end at Calhoun
80 M suporlor Cyprus SHINGLES.
May 30 _
VSDER DECREE IN HtACTTY.
<7ros vt. Brid.
Will bo aold under tho direction of tbs undersign od, at
tho old Custom Houso, on TUESDAY, the 11th day ot
Juno, 1887, st ll A. M.,
1. All that LOT OF 1 AND, with tho buildings thereon,
eltuale on tho northeast comer of Calhoun street and
Rutledge ATCUUO, mosaurln - tn front on RuUcdgo Av
cnuo 80 feet, o id In dopth on Calhoun street 140 feet,
more or les?. Bounding west on Rutledge Avenus,
north on land ol E. I r.atto, cast on land of estate ot
Thoma? Bennett, and south on Calhoun stree'.
a. A l that LOT OF LAND with th* buBdlnga thereon,
ni tonto on tho weit eldo of Church streot, sud known by
the Number 47. In Ward No. 1, measuring In front on
Church street 38 feet, and In depth from east to west ISO
feet, moro or los*, womniinij east on Church street,
north on land of Poler Porcher. M. P., BOU'h on land of
J. . B. Evans, snd west on land of b. Chapman.
S. All that vacant LOT OF LAND, idtuato on tho north
?Ide of Venderbornt street, nearly opposite Pitt street, In
Ward number SU. measuring tu front on Vanderhorst
(treot 80 feet, and In depth 180 feet, more or less. Bound?
ing aouth cn Vanderhorst street, north on land of -
McPherson, east on land of B. Brodie, and weat on land
of R, S. Millar.
Torra?-One-third cash: bal an "O tn (mo, two and three
year?, socurcd by bond? of pun basera and mortgage of
premiso?, with taterost rom day of salo, payable semi?
annually. Buildings to be Insured end policies assigned,
Purchaser? to pay fur papera. JAMES TUPPER,
May 23_th3tul_Maater In Equity.
Auction err and Commission Merchant, at
No. HXIll street, bi low Broad street.
Offers hts services for tho a? o of MERCHANDISE at
? ?lay and night at his ?toro, siso for the aale of Stuck,
Bonds, Real Ea tato. Vose?is, B rsc? and Produce. Beat
I city references will l>e given. Consignments sonic!ted.
Term? modorelo and guarantees satisfaction.
May 39 Imo
HAVE JOST RECEIVED, AND ON HAND,
ANOTHER ASSORTMENT OF
CONSISTING OF I
HOOKS FOR SALT AND FRESH WATER
COTTON. HAIR, ORASS. SILK AND LINEN LIN SB
BATT BOXES. FIB tl BOOKS. REELS,
HARPOONS, SP. ARS, NET YARNS. BETHE
TWINES, un tJ.ETS. SWIVELS, ko., ?ks.
OAST NETS and BEIN EH, for Mullet and Shrimp,
I Jointed Rods and Bamboo Canoa.
TOOBIUSH wrru a ni? a vania rv of
PLANTATION TOOLS. Houaakeeplng Articles, and
General Hardware. For aale at reduced prices, at
SA iii M i B, MARSH ALL'S,
No. 310 KINO STREET,
May 28_to tba_Three doors below Society.
ICE CHEAM CHURNS,
At low prices st
H AMT. iL MARSHALL'S.
No. 310 King street, 8 doors below Society.
AT THE GRAVE OF
A PICTURE FOR EVERY HOME.
. O TO 810 FER DAY TO A G B ff T ff ?
AS-SEND FOR LETTER OF AGENCY.-"??
JONES & CLARK,
PUBLISHERS, No. 83 NASSAU STREET. N. t.
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