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THE DAILY NEWS.
?- LARGEST CIRCULATION.-THE DAILY
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAVING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CTTY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
THE DAILY NEWS AT EIGHTEEN
CENTS A WEEK.
Persons who wish to subscribe for the DAILY
NEWS by the woek, can have their papers
served to them regularly in any part of tho
city every morning by six o'clock. Mr. J.
Silverstein, agent for the city deliver}-, will
call upon such persons and collect the weekly
price-eighteen cents. Orders left at the
periodical stores of Mr. C. 0. Righter, Nos.
161 and 338 King-street, or at the office of the
DAILY NEWS, NO. 18 Hayno-street, will receive
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
R. M. MABSHALL & BRO. will sell this day.
corner Market and Meeting-streets, at 10?
o'clock, billiard tables, carpeting, Ac.
MCKAY & CAMPBELL will sell this day, at
No. 233 Meeting-street, at 10 o'clock, furniture,
JOHN G. MILNOB & Co. will sell this day, at
their auction salesroom, No. 135 Meeting-street,
at 10 o'clock, dry goods, clothing, earpet.
T. M. CATEB will sell this day, on Brown's
Wharf, at 9j o'olock, butter, hams, shoulders,
MILES DRAKE will sell this day, at his store,
corner King and Liberty-streets, at 10 o'clock,
furniture, dry goods, &c.
LAUE EY & ALEXANDER will sell this day, be?
fore their store, No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock,
lemons, strips, barns, salt.
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell this day, in front
of their store, at Si o'clock, shoulders, barns,
MILLIGAN & SON will sell this day, at No. 22
Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, contents of dry
BASE BALL.-A special meeting of the Pal?
metto Base Ball Club will be held at 9AM.,
this morning, at No. 45 Wentworth-street, to
make arrangements for the approaching -visit
of the Atlantic Club of Brooklyn.
IKE NATIONAL SAVINGS BANE.-Thia is the
name of a four page weekly paper issued under
the auspices of the National Savings Bank, the
first copy of which his been sent to us by Mr.
Bitter, the Agent of the Savings Bank in this
city. It is clearly and neatly printed, and con?
tains much valuable information for the colored
Loss OF THE SCHOONER WIDE WORLD.-By an
announcement in the New York papers, which
gives no particulars, we learn that the schooner
Wide World, Captain Hildreth, which sailed
from this city for New York several weeks
since, has been lost near Cape Hat tex aa. The
Wide World bad on board a cargo of lumber,
and was cleared by Mr. William Roach, of our
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.-At
the annual meeting of the Stockholders of the
Savannah and Charleston Railroad Company,
held on Wednesday, the 8th instant, the follow?
ing directors were elected to serve the en?
j. REID BOYLSTON, I ALEXANDER ISAACS,
JAS. H. TAYLOB, JNO. & RYAN,
W. 8. HASTIE, I *J. B. CAMPBELL,
.In place of Dr. F. li WUlia, of Sivannah, who
declined a re-election.
GOVERNMENT RELIEF BEO?N.-General Scott,
of the Freedmen's Bureau, has received official
instructions under the order issued by General
Howard, at the earnest solicitation of Colonel
William Whaley, of this city, and will at once
proceed to purchase and advanoe supplies of
corn and provisions to needy planters, for the
use of themselves or their laborers, taking as
security for the repayment of the cost of the
same a lien apon the crops of the coming sea?
son. This will be welcome news to many an
impoverished planter in our State, for whom,
in the absence of means or available credit,
the prospect for the year now opening was
assuming an aspect decidedly blue.
A HAT.T. SECURED TO THE CONVENTION.-The
Charleston Club House has boen formally se?
cured by the convention as the most suitable
place in which to hold its deliberations, and
General Canby has become personally respon?
sible for the payment of the rent ol' the same,
at the rate of two hundred dollars a week, or
ono thousand dollars for the session. The
Club House is in every respect suited for this
purpose, as the large hall on the seoond story
is folly capable of accommodating the dele?
gates, while the rooms on the lower floor can
be used by the different committees. No posi?
tive arrangement bxs been yet made for the
payment of the per ci i'm of the members, but
steps are being taken which induce the belief
that the money will somehow be forthcoming
when the requisition is made.
COURT WEEK.-Next Monday will open the
winter term of the different courts held in
this city. The C. S. District Court, Jndge
Bryan presiding, commenced its session on the
6th instant, bat the bulk of business will not
be disposed of before next week. A number
of cases of violation of the Internal Revenue
will be beard during the term. The Court of
General Sessions and Common Pleas, Judge
Moses presiding, will commence its session on
Monday. The officers of the court have been
busily employed for some weeks in preparing
their papers, and a number of important cases
will te tried, including one for murder. The
District Court, Judge Logan presiding, meets
the same day, and will dispose of a large num?
ber of petty criminal cases. The Court of Ap?
peals, Chief Justice Dunkin and his associates,
will commence its sittings this morning in the
Equity Court room.
THE CELBXBATED CRAIG MICROSCOPE. -The
following letter from a subscriber exposes
what appears to be a new way of swindhng the
pnblio, and we regret exceedingly that his con?
fidence in the advertisers in the THE DAILY
NEWS should have caused our correspondent
disappointment as well as pecuniary loss. The
advertisement of the "Craig Microscope"
reached os in the usual course of business, and
we had no reason to doubt its good faith; but we
now take pleasure in giving the letter of our
correspondent all the publicity in our power
so that other persons may take warning in
SAVANNAH, GA., January 6,1868.
To the Editors of the Dailv News :
I would respectfully call your attention to
Sometime about the 13th of November last,
an advertisement appeared in your valuable
journal headed "Tho Celebrated Craig Micro?
scope." Being a Carolinian myself, and know?
ing the standing and character of your paper,
I experienced no hesitation in placing the ut?
most confidence in its advertising columns;
hence I entertained no doubt of the honesty of
the advertiser in this instance, and remitted
by postofneo order five 50-100 dollars to cover
an order for two microscopes. This occurred
at the date indicated above, since which time
nothing has been heard from either the arti?
cle sent for or the mrney. It is not tho loss of
the latter nor oven the non-reception of tho
former that has induced this communication,
but the utter lack of principle and good faith
involved in the transaction.
Hoping that you will soon be able to "orrect
this unjust imposition upon the public by an
exposure of its perpetrators,
I remain, yours most respectfully,
Another Outrage by Negroes?
A MAIL CABR.*ER .''TEED AT BT A GANG OF 1
LEAGUERS-HE .'.TJES FOB HIS LIFE-A NA
A deliberately planned outrage was p
trated by a gang of negroes on Tuesday la
the road between Bidgeville, a station o
Une of the South Carolina Railroad, thirt;
miles from Charleston, and Vance's I
on the Santee Hi rer.
The mail for tte Santee Bection is take
on tho train to Bidgeville, whero it is me
the mail carrier, who rides with it to tho p
of its destination. On Tuesday morning.
ander Kopp, the mail carrier, met the trai
usual, received t ie mail bag, and started c
horseback towarls Vance's Ferry. The n
ing was perfectly clear, and, after he
ridden several miles, Mr. Kopp saw th
gang of negro men were standing near
road. This did lot alarm him, and he rod
quietly until ho approached them, whei
gradually slackened his speed.
The negroes, 'rho had been talking togel
separated as M.*. Kopp drew nigh, and v
he was within a few yards of them they n
their arms and wo of the number fired,
shot passed through the sleeve of Mr. Ec
coat, and the other through the mail-bag,
Mr. Kopp drew his revolver and attempt*
fire, each cap unfortunately snapping as
hammer fell. Hoing unarmed and surroui
by a gang of murderous negroes, Mr. 1
determined to take refuge in flight; and,
moment, was travelling towards Bidgevill
fast as his horse could run. He met wit]
further molestation, but reported the fact
the case, which werp afterwards communie
by the mail contractor, Mr. Thomas L. Jacq
to General Hin ks, Provost Marshal Gene n
the Second Military District.
As the outra jo took place in broad day li
Mr. Kopp could Bee distinctly by whom he
attacked. Tho whole gang consisted of
groes, and fon.* or five of them wore Ute bi
of (he Loyal Union League. Mr. Kopp
every one, ar d will be able, it is hopee
identify any of thom whom he may meet.
Outrages by the negroes are now becon
both sor ion s and frequent. It seems that
country districts will Boon be unsafe for
traveller, and there are not enough troop
the United Sti?t?s to guard every mile of i
in South Carolina. A thorough and gen
disarming of the negroes, in every dist
where there aas been any disturbance, is
only available way of checking the glowing
and this connie is again urged upon the at
tion of the General commanding this Dish
No honest nejro will objeot to being disarn
and in such times as these it is more t
ever necessary that every provocation to bl<
shed and confusion should be avoided
stamped ont of existence. The possessio
deadly we ape ns is a prolific cause of mnrdei
attacks, and, now that the warning has t
given, the military authorities mum take
responsibility of any outbreak that- may a
from a failure on their part to act promr.
wisely and velL
A lady who came down from Bidgeville j
terday evon ng, gives some additional par
ulars of the attack upon the mail carrier
tween Bidgevill o and Vance's Ferry.
The mail carrier, Mr. Kopp, is about eight
years old. When he reached the negro
they demanded the surrender of the mail, j
Kopp peremptorily refused, and tho negr
then said that they would take the mail
force. Mr. Kopp replied that he was arn
and would defend himself, and the negr
then fired. When Mr. Kopp found that
pistol would not fire, he turned bis horse a
ran. Two oullets were found in the m
pouch, they not having had sufficient force
carry them through the mass of letters a
papers which it contained.
There were four negroes in the party. Tfc
were all armed, and each of them wore t
blue badge of the Union League.
PERSONAL.-Mr. L. Bunnell, the gene
travelling ngent for the Jacksonville Merco
and Fernandina Courier, two of the best a
sprightliest weekly papers in Florida, arriv
in our city yesterday.
UNITED STATES COUBT.-HON. GEO. S. Bat.
PRESIDING ,-The Grand Jurors, regular a
tales, wert' called, and from those answeru
to their names, the following grand jury w
W. E. Haskell, Foreman; E. Scott, 1
Scheper, (!. Schwing, John Tolle, L. Behren
W. Withers, H. Williams, Thomas H amii
John Chat lon, C. T. Abrahams, Walter Web
Thomas W. Donald, Dr. David Geiger, Bobe
T. Chisolii, W. J. O'Connor, F. C. Blum, D. j
Heseltine. W. H. Walker, Daniel G. Wayn
O?car E. Johnson, Philip Wineman, W. J
The DIE trict Attorney handed the Clerk a v,
rio ty of bills, among which were one for a
sault and battery and improper treatment i
seaman OJ the high seas, and several againi
traders for violation of the Intimal Be vent
By direction of the Judge, the Distrit
Attorney read the clause in the acts of Coi
gres s rel erring to the improper treatment c
non m tm
After 'ho witnesses were sworn in, th
Judge addressed, the grand jury, explaimn
the general nature of their duties, and pat
ticularly in reference to the bills on which th
witnesses had been sworn.
The g:.*aud jury retired, and after an ab
ser.ee of some hours returned into court, witl
findings as follows, viz: true bills in th
cases of :
The Uiited States vs. G. W. Aimar and Chas
Aimar-Violation of Internal Revenue laws
sections 165 and 169 of act of Congress, Jum
30th, 1834, as amended by act July 13th, 1866
The United States vs. Jno. Archer-same of
The United States vs. Wm. Bart-same of
The United States vs. Jno. A. Cook and Jno,
H. Tietjan-same offence.
The United States vs. Jno. Hurkamp-same
The United States os. Henry W. Kriet and
Wm. W. Chapman-same offence.
The United States vs. Isttac Mann and Edw'd
Tho United States vs. Wm. G. Trott-same
The United States vs. Obed Andrews and
Wm. H. Gordon-Assault and Battery on the
This case is that of tho first and second
mates of the barque Alexander McNeil, who
were charged by the sailors with the murder
of one ci their number. The act of Congress
which refers to this subject is very explicit,
making the master or officer of a vessel, who
shall beat or maltreat a sailor without justifi?
able cause, hablo to a fin? not exceeding one
thousand dollars, or imprisonment for five
years, tmd if tho caso is aggravated both may
be inflicted. In his charge to the grand jury
the Judge instructed them fully as to the acts
of Congress bearing upon this case.
The District Attorney stated that as all the
witne8f .es were present he would proceed in
the trid of the case of assault and battery on
Thursday, and the grand jury were then dis?
missed by the Judge until ll A. M. Friday.
The rights of citizenship wore conferred up?
on Henry F. Borneman, the petitioner haring
subscribed to the customary oaths.
The Court then adjourned.
SOUTHERN HOME FOB WIDOWS AND OBJ
DI CHARLESTON, 8. C.-Mrs. R. H. Cai
baltimore-, acknowledges the receipt of j
in aid of this charity, from the Valley o:
?inia, through Dr. Williams.
QUICK VOYAGE.-Information has bee
ceived in this city which states that the
iah steamship Pioneer, which was freif
here in December by Messrs. W. R. Sm
Co., arrived at Liverpool on the 24th o
same month, making the passage in the e
lent time of about fifteen days, and estai
ing the character of the Pioneer as a sup
Bea going ship.
THE IMPORTANCE OF ADVEETISINQ is c
day made manifest. Those who have lost
cles which they wish to recover, or others
desire to obtain information on any poinl
variably turn to the advertising columns
newspaper as the best medium through w
they can make their wants known to the pn
lins fact is well known, and the large cir?
tion of the NEWS has rendered it the moBi
pular paper in the city for all styles of ac
rising. On Wednesday morning Mr. Frei
advertised in this paper a snuffbox that
been abstracted from hie counter. Before n
the box was returned, aud Mr. Fremt
counter was again graced with the old i
People that help themselves to others prop
should be careful to select those local
where there are no daily newspapers.
MORE NEGRO INTIMIDATION-ATTEMPT TO
orxATK BY FORCE THE TERMS OF LABOB.
Monday Dight, between twelve and one o'cl
a party of about twenty armed negroes wei
the house of Mr. Stanly, about two miles f
Jamison's Depot, on the South Carolina ]
road. When they arrived they woke up on
the freedmen employed by Mr. Stanly, and
ed him at what rates they were working. &
objection was made to replying, and the spo
man then said that no freedman must work
lesa than "one-third and found," that
was the order of the Freedmen's Bureau,
that if Mr. Stanly's negro was not working u
those terms, he would be carried before
tried by the officers of the Bureau who ?
the order. The negro who was spoken to
the ringleader that they might all be glad
work for bread one of these davy; and the p;
received so little encouragement that t
A LECTURE BI BISHOP LYNCH.-This dis
guished prelate, with an enlarged kindnes
feeling, which is one of his truest charac
istics, has consented to deliver a lecture at
Hibernian Hall, on Monday night next, in
of the funds of the Ladies' Mutual Aid Ai
ciation. The association itself is now ne
destitute of means; it can no longer give v?
to the needy to enable them to earn their 1
lihood; it cannot continue its beneficent op
tions unless it receives immediate and eari
help. It is a charity in which every one is
terested; it is an institution that no one wc
willingly allow to become extinct; and, whe:
the call of benevolence and charity is ad
the attraction of a lecturer as learned, as
quent, as amusing, and as instructive as B:
op Lynch, there can be no doubt that the
ture on Monday night will bo so well patt
ized as to give the association that relie
which it stands in need.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF CHARLESTON TO !
CHIVE A PORTION OF THE PEABODY EDUCAT
FUND.-Among the many munificent donati
made by Mr. George Peabody during bis 1
visit to this country, there is none that i
compare with the fund given for the educat
of the poor of the South. The commission
appointed at the last meeting of the trust
have been busily employed in ascertaining i
educational status of tho different South?
States, and in arranging preliminaries for <
proper distribution of the fund. Dr. Ban
Sears, one of theBe commissioners, visited I
Normal School of this city yesterday mornii
and was present at the opening exercises. '.
expressed himself as rfu Hy satisfied with t
general management of the school, and cc
sidered that the State Commissioners were c
titled to great praise for the progress that h
been made. As Governor Aiken, one of t
trustees of the fund, was absent from the ci
no definite action was taken, but it is undi
stood that the trustees, having a large field
operate upon, will concentrate their donatio
in the principal cities of each State. Govern
Aikon is expected in tho city this moran
and as Dr. Sears will prolong his stay for soi
days, it will be soon definitely known what pi
portion of the "Peabody Fund" will be disbui
ed in Charleston. Dr. Sears will visit tho i
Philip-street school this morning.
THE SPY SYSTEM.-A WARNING TO TRADI
MEN.-The grand jury found true bills yeste
dt-y against several highly respectable Chark
ton tradesmen on the charge of having so
boxes of sardines, pomades an'] cosm?tique
to which the necessary internal revenue stan
was not attached. It has been usual to bril
all alleged violations of the internal roveni
laws, in tbe first instance, before the Unitt
States Commissioner for his investigation, bi
this course was not pursued yesterday, and tl
charges were laid directly before tho gra:
jury for the action of ?hat body.
There is great difficulty in attaching s tami
to tin boxes and cosm?tiques wrapped in til
foil in such a manner that the least touch wi
Dot cause thom to fall off, and it has occurre
that stamps of the denominations require
could not even be obtained in this city. Til
gentlemen accused of violating the law ai
well known as conscientious and reliable bus
ness men, and it is absurd to suppose that, fe
the sake of avoiding an expense of one or tw
cents, they would incur a fino of at least lift
The whole secret is that the informer is pai
one-half the penalty inflicted upon the trader
man ; and, as long as this encouragement t
spying ia in force, so long will this system c
petty peraecution continue. In tbe meanwhile
every man should be particularly careful ii
knowing the law, and in continuing to conforn
rigidly to ita requirements.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Charleston Botel.-J. B
Roach, Sumter; J. H. Howard, Nashville
Ernest Frazer, Orangeburg; H. M. Connigham
Montgomery, Ala.; B. B. McCroery, New York
J. F. Patterson and Joseph Vaaon, Madison
Ga.; Charles D. Boutolle and family, Washing
ton, D. C.; A. G. Crane, Now Jersey; Davit
Cassidy and L. Predmar, New Jersey; J. R
Cooper, Conwayboro: Captain H. Buck, Buck
ville, S. C.; Lieutenant W. W. Wallace, George
[ town, S. C.; William T. Game, Georgetown, S
C.; H. W. Webb, Georgetown; D. L. Yuloo
Florida; E. M. Boykin, Camden; W. H Webl
and B. J. Singleton, Nowberry; James S. Hum
burt, U. S. A.
Milis House.-G. W. Van Scbaack, New York:
Charles H. Cohas, Berkeley; W. L. IL Burger,
John's Island; James G. Oakley, New York:
Rev. R. W. Lowrio and Rose E. Lowrie, Wash?
ington, D. C.; Charles R. Reove, New York;
Dr. LewiB C. Hazell, Mexico; Robert McIntyre,
Hilton Head; Wm. B. C. Durpin, New York; C.
K. Bingham, Virginia; P. Kemble, Paulding,
N. Y.; J. Dentin ore, Erie, Penn.; Walter Vail,
New York; Nelson Richards, New York; Wm.
R. Bell, Fernandina; J. C. Sanders,-New York;
L. P. Wagner, St. James, Santee.
Pavilion Uotel.-S. R. Lacy, Baltimore; J, J.
Nettles, Northeastern Railroad; F. Schaffer,
Wadmalaw Island; Dr. G. B. Oliver, Claren?
don; R. C. Logan, KLngstree; John M. Haines,
Fair Play; L. H. Dcschamps, Clarendon; J. B.
Hammett, Camden; John W. Harvey, Lancas?
ter; James F. Johnson, Lancaster,
MEETING OF THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE.
monthly meeting of this Society will be 1
to-morrow evening, at 7$ o'clock, in the b
ment of St. Paul s Church, Society-street,
punctual attendance of the members is
UNITED STATES OFFICIALS AT THE Sotm
DANGEB.-The Washington correspondent
the Boston Advertiser, writes nuder dat*
January 5th : "No charges are on file in
Treasury Department against internal r<
nue collector Hopkins, just suspended fi
office at Savannah. The charge at the WI
House is perjury in taking the teat oath wi
entering upon duty. His removal was proc
ed by the District Attorney, and the real i
son for turning him out is believed to be t
he has been elected a member of the const
tional convention of Georgia, and accepts
position. This belief leads to someappreh
sion among the friends of Collector Sawyer
Charleston, who ?B a delegate to the So
I. 0. 0. F., PALMETTO ENCAMPMENT, No. 1
At a regular meeting of this camp, held
Monday evening, 6th inst., the following c
cers were duly installed to serve the enan
Pat E. JNO. WHITE, C. P.
Pat. E. PILLS, H. P.
Pat F. D. PINCKNEY, S. W.
Pat. C. J. BCHLEPEGRELL, J. W.
Pat C. F. D. PETIT. Scribe.
Pat T. W. HOLWELL, Treasurer.
Pat J. V. HOLMES, Sentinel.
Pat U. B. JOHNSON, Guide.
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY FOE I
BELIEF OF THE FAMILIES OF DECEASED /
DISABLED MBMBEBS OF THE MEDICAL PBOF
SION ru SOUTH CAROLINA-This society h
their anniversary meeting at Tully's 1
night, and adopted a resolution that the f
be reduced to $6 per annum, and that perst
outside of the profession be invited to conn
themselves with the society. The followi
officers were elected:
JAMES MOULTRIE, President.
E. GEDDINGS, Vice-Pr?sident
H. W. DESAUSSURE, Secretary.
J. L. DAWSON, Treasurer.
Standing Committee.-J. G. Prioleau, W. T. Wra
J. P. Jervey, T. L. Ogler, E. Horlbeck, J. P. Oha
J. J. Chisolm, and W. H. Huger.
Steward!.-W. C. Horlbeck and W. 0. Ravenel.
THE FOBTY-SECOND ANNTVEBSABT OF I
CHARLESTON HOOK AND LADDEB COMPANY, 1
2.-The hall of the Charloston Hook and Li
der Company, in Wentworth-Btreet, present
a scene of conviviality that bas seldom bc
equalled. The forty-second anniversary v
celebrated in the same style that has alwt
characterized the annual meetings of flremi
and though the company had changed th
organization, they remembered that they wi
still members of the department, and the si
cess of the new machine was toasted in
peated libations. A collation had been p
pared in the large hall of the company, a
the members and their invited guests sc
caused the choice viands to disappear beft
their vigorous attacks. At the business me
ing, in the early part of the evening, the ?
lowing officers were elected:
JAMES c. LACOSTE, Foreman.
T. L. DAVIDSON, Assistant Foreman.
ti. WEBB, Treasurer.
GEOKGE MoLAIN, Secretary.
M. J. DUNN0VANT, Hall Keeper.
ANN IVERS AB Y OF THE CHARLESTON BLVLEM
SOCIETY.-This Society, tho representatives
the old Charleston Riflemen, celebrated its t
niversary as a charitable body last night,
the Masonic Hall. The business of the mei
ing was soon concluded, and the followi
officers were elected to serve for the ensui
A. J. MTMS, President*
J. W. MADDKAt, vice-President f
F. G. C0NN1FFE, Sec'y and Treas'r (re-electe
Committee on Finance.-A. Duquocrecon, J. 0. S
Committee on Letter!.-E. P. England, J. W. Gi
W. B. Bull.
Committee on Sick.-J. W. Guy, H. Oliver, J. F
Steward!.-A. Koennecke, Jr., F. Eugene Durb
"Job Dawson, declined re-election.
tJ. C. baltus, declined re-election.
The tableB were soon covered with the de
cacies of the season, furnished by the known c
terer Tully, to which the society and their inv
cd guests did full justice. The clash of kniv
and forks having ceased, the boards were cles
ed, and a huge punch bowl was placed at tl
head of the table. All glasses being charge
the President announoed the following recul
toats, which were responded to in order:
1st. The 8Ui January-Sacred to the soi
of the South for the glory won on the field
Chalmette by the forces under that great sc
cher, statesman and true lover of his ?. un tr
General Andrew Jackson.
2d. Our Noble South Carolina-Though nc
pros tra te?an inapparently inert, will yet, throng
the spirit of ber people, Uko a young giant, ris
shake off her shackles, and again prove berse
worthv of her ancient prestige.
3d. 'The Ciiy of Charleston-May she speed
ly be restored to her former commercial statu
4th. The Freedom of the Press-Proud ai
we of our press, who so boldly assert the
rights by fearlessly discussing any and all sui
5th. Our 0 uesls-Welcome, thrice welcom
to our foBtivo board.
6th. Woman-Observe the progress of grei
rn. u, the success of empires. It is at the ii
stigation of woman that each move and livi
Take woman from us and this world woul
soon become the blank chaos from which
Songs and sentiments succeeded each othc
rapidly, and the good humor engendered i
tbe commencement was continued to the dos?
Mr. Durbec, one of tbe members of the socio t;
succeeded by his inimitable talent of mimicry i
keeping the oompany in a perpetual roar, hi
songs being only equalled by his acting.
ANNIVERSARY MEETING OP THE CBABLESTO
FIRE COMPANY OP AXMEN.-This comp au ?
the oldest in the city, and well deserving c
the name of Pioneer, celebrated their annivei
sary last evening. The business meeting wa
UrstholdattheHallof the Hope Fire Engin
Company, when the following officers wer
E. D. EN3T0N, President
T. S. O'BRIEN, vice-President
LAWRENCE CANTWELL, Treasurer.
WM. KNOX, Secretary.
0. F. HOWELL, First Director.
P. M. MAGLNNIS, Second Director.
M. F. NIXON. Third Director.
H. T. DEYEAUX, Fourth Director.
E. li UGH ES, Engineer.
J. C. SIG WALD, Assistant Engineer.
J. E. BURKE, Solicitor.
At about half-paBt 9 o'clock, tho compaq
adjorned to tho spacious Market Hall, where t
bountiful and elegant collation bad beei
sproad, which did infinite credit to Messrs
Stelling & Wolburn, caterers of the City Squan
Eestaurant, and to Mr. H. H. Badenhop, whe
provided the best of wines and liquors in abun?
In true social stylo the Pioneers, with theil
guests, numbering in all about one hundred,
eat down and discussed the savory viands with
a real fireman's relish. After au hour of con?
viviality and good feeling, the cloth was cleared
away, and the first regular toast was given, as
The City of Charleston, Our nome-Bound
by tho Ashley and Cooper, classical names in
nat.onal history, the scene of ropoated strug?
gles for freedom, may its sous ever proudly
prize thc services of revolutionary heroes, and
during many successive ages may sho prove
herself worthy of being styled the "QueenCity
of tho South."
Alderman Marshall, in responding, alluded
to tho early history of the "Pic *e," ^ad to
thc venerable faces around him w^ich recalled
many pleasing incidents in the history of the
company. Ho humorously mentioned how, at
one time, they were wont to repair to fires,
"each man with his arm chair," and how the
delinquent, who waa unfortunate enough to be
detected "at work," was fined a basket of
1 champagne. Yet, in spite of the alleged indo
lenee of the company, they had do ie some?
thing after all, for theirs was the credit of
having first introduced the use of the steam
fire engine, without which they wouhi now re?
gard a fire as altogether beyond their control.
He concluded by referring to the- wann in?
terest with which he had always supported the
views of the Fire Department in the City
The next toast was, "The Day We Cele?
brate," wbioh was followed by "Th > Phoenix
Fire Company," which was responded to by
S"The Press" being toasted, loud calls were
made for Captain Dawson, of the Di TEY NEWS,
who made an appropriate response.
"The Health of the Rev. W. B. Yat 38," called
that gentleman to his feet, who drew a striking
parallel between the mariner and the fireman
facing, as they did, respectively th) perils of
fire and the deep.
Subsequently, Mr. W. Knox offered the fol?
lowing toast, which was received ruth grand
Our Guests of Hie Fire D?partirent of the
Ci'.y of Charleston: With a "Poneer" in
"Charleston,'' may we ever "Hope" to have an
eye as "Vigilant" as the "Eagle" to the inter?
ests of our dear "Palmetto State, and may
we always revere the memory of cur revolu?
tionary hero, "Marion." "Young ijnerica" is
Eroud of her "German" element, a id esteems
er "Washington;" therefore, we trust that no
valcanic "JEtna" may ever disturb tte harmony
of feeling that should exist amongst us, for
we should, like a "Phoenix" risint; from the
flames with renewed energy, battle with the
destructive element discord, and et ind firm as
the "Stonewall" in the discharge of duty.
Song and sentiment were then taken in suc?
cession, and the night closed as one of the
happiest that had ever been pasted by even
the jovial members of the Charleston Fire
If yon want cheap Blank Booka;
If yon want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
Paper, Ac.; or, MILLER'S Almanac ;
lt you want Printing executed neatly;
H you want Books bound in any style, or Ac?
count Books made to order, with any desired
pattern of ruling, go to HIBAM BJBSIS, NO. 59
THOSE WHO HAVE not supplied themselves
for the winter with clothing an 1 furnishing
goods are recommended to exam ne the stock
of Messrs. Macuilar, Williams He Parker, at
No. 270 King-street, where may be found a
stock of ready-made clothing, wh ch, for style,
workmanship and durability, is not equalled
by any stock in the city. The prices, which
are a great consideration in th- iee times, are
lower than the samo quality of goods can be
found elsewhere. Don't fail to examine this
stock before purchasing.
The latest and most effectual remedy for the cure
of debility, loss of appetite, headache, torpor of the
liver, etc, is PAN KN I N'S HEPATIC BITTERS. For
sale by all Druggists. th
Yon May Bo Too Tate.
Be warned in timo. Diseases like I udigestion and
Dyspepsia aro not to be trifled with. There is snob
a thing as being too late in these matters. Inflam?
mation, or Scirrbus Cancer, or some other danger?
ous disease may ensue, when all ree tora ti ves, no
matter how potent, would be ineffectual. Do not
delay them. When the symptoms of Dyspepsia are
first experienced, resort at onoe to the great restora?
tive medicine, HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS,
and you will be safe.
Bot few disorders involve greater suffering, and,
if not in itself immediately dangerous, it is the
source of many deadly maladies. Even if it did not
tend to greeter evil, the mental and physical misery
it produces is alono a sufficient reason why no pains
should be Bpared to provest or cure lt In no
country on the face of the globe ia it so completely
domesticated as in our own, where it is found ia
marly every houaehold. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH
BITTERS are universally conceded to be the sover?
eign remedy for this annoying disease, aa they oct
directly upon the digestive organs, correct and tone
the stomach, and give renewed vitality to the system.
Acting delightiully upon the nerves, and soothing
the brain, renders them efficacious as a mental
medicine, as well as a genial stomachic. If taken
as a preventive, they will be found particularly well
suited to the diseases arising from the unhealthy
season of Autumn, and their use will prevent the
creeping, unpleasant sensation often complained ol
when the chills are stealing slowly upon the patient
January 0' C
WANTED 1M) PURCHAS Ji7~
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD BONDS
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS, OLD
CHARLESTON AN)' SAVANNAH RAILROAD
BONDS, EN DO USED BY STATE
bTATE OF H0DTa CAROLINA STOCK.
Apply to H. H. DELEON,
January 9 I No. 2? Broad-street
CHECKS ON NEV* YOKE.
FOR SALE BY
WILLIAM B. HERIOT A CO.,
Bankers and Insurance Agents,
January S3 No. 61 Broad-street.
UUANO AND rHOSPHATES.
g f \ TONS GENUINE PERUVIAN GUANO
Ol/ 60 tons "ZeU's Superior Phosphate of Lime"
and "Raw Bone Phosphate"
60 tons "Woolston" Ammoniated Bone Phosphate.
For salo by T. J. KERR fi CO.
January 8 3
J^ROST, BLACK & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AND
Of every variety.
No. 73 BOWERY, NEAR CANAL-STREET,
STEAMBOATS, HOTELS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
FURNISHED AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
All Goods purchased of our House guaranteed ai
R. W. FROST. JAMES BUCK. OF.O. SNYDER
October 24 8inos
FREEDMAN'S SAVINGS AND TRUST GO.;
No. 9 STATE-STREET.
MONEY DEPOSITED ON OR BEFORE THE
2?th January, 1868, will be entitled to interest
aa from January 1st NATH<LN RITTER, Cashier.
December 24 20
CHARTERED BY ACT OF CONGRESS.
No. 9 STATE-STREET.
DEPOSITS CAN ALWAYS BE WITHDRAWN
WITHOUT NOTICE. Deposits of Specie are repaid
m specie. All other Deposits tire repaid la "Green?
backs" or Naiional Bank Bills.
December 24 Imo Cashier.
THE BE N NETTS VILLE JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING
at Bennettsville, S. C., in the eastern portion
of the State, by STUBBS A- LITTLE, Proprietors,
and offer superior inducements to Merchants and
all others who wish to extend their business in this
soc?on of the Pee Dee country. We respectfully
solicit the patronage ot our Charleston friends.
Terms-$3 per annum, invariably in advance. Ad?
vertisements Inserted at very reasonable rates.
Shoulden, Ham?, Strip?, Side?, ??e. ?
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will Bell THIS SAT, in front ot their Store, kt 9>i
600 choice NEW SHOULDERS
10 bola, small Sogar Cared Strip?
? hhds. Sides
20 boxes State Cheese
15 boxes Factory Cheese
20 bah* bbls. Fig Tongues
10 bbb), pure Leaf Lard
26 tubs Refined Lard
26 sacks prime Rio Coffee.
Positive Sale in Door?-Butter, Hams, Should?
ers, Strips, ?rc.
BY T. M. CATER.
WiU be sold TB IS DAT, on Brown's Wharf, at
three-quarters psst 9 o'olock,
160 kegs BUTTER, some choice Dairies
Lot loose Hams
Lot loose Shoulders
10 bbls. New Tork Strips
10 bbls. New Tork Hams
10 bbls. New Tork Shoulders
SO tubs Lard. January 9
Handsome Carpet and Dry Goods and Cloth?
BY JOHN G. M1LN0R & CO.
THIS DAT, the 9th instant, at 10 o'clock, will be sold
ai our Auction Salesroom, No. 136 Meeting
One very handsome and large BRUSSELS CARPET
One Brussels Bug, one Thread Mat
Casalmere Pants, Overalls, Fancy Hoods
AU Wool Black Cassimere, Fancy Ca&dmere
Tabling Diaper, Ribbbons, Braids
Red and White Flannels, Opera Flannels, Kerseys
Bleached and Brown Shirting, Fancy Soaps, Pins,
Stay Binding, Shirt Braid, Cable Cord, Hosiery, ftc
Conditions cash. January 9
Contents of a Retail Dry Good? Store.
BY MILLIGAN & SON,
No. 32 Vendue Range.
THI s DAT, 9th inst, at 10 o'clock, we wUl sell
WOOL UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, Calico
and Hickory Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Notions, Fancy
Goods, Boots, Shoes, ftc., ftc.
FURNITURE, COOKING UTENSILS, ftc
1 Batteau, 21 feet long, 6 feet beam, with new
sails. January 9
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Lorentz vs. Monaghan, et al.
On THURSDAY, 16th January next, at ll o'clock,
will be sold at the old Customhouse,
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS
thereon, known aa No. 10 Beaufain-etreet in thia city,
measuring in front on said street 36 feet, and in
depth 102; bounding north on land of B. Mordecai;
east on land of estate of Calder; west on land of P.
Moran, and south on Benia.aln-street
Terms-One-third cash; balance In one, two and
three years, with Interest semi-annually, secured
by bond of the purchaser and mortgage of the prem?
ises; the buildings to be insured and the policy aa
signed. Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps,
J. W. GRAY,
December 27 fl th3 Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Broten vs.* Young.
WIU be sold under the direction of the undersigned.
at the old Customhouse, tn this dry, on TUES J AY
the 21st day of January, at ll A. M.,
AU that LOT OF LAND on the north aid? or
Broad-street in thia city, measuring In front oil
Broad-street seventy-five (76) feet by one hundred
and fifty (160) lu depth, be the said measurement i
more or less. Bounded to the south on li road-street,
west on land ol' T. Savage Heyward, north on land
now or lato of W. H. Trapmann, and west on land cf
B. a Preesley ind W. P. Shingler.
Terms-A sufficient amount in cash to pay the
amount now dne upon the bond to the Complainant
and the balance in one and two y oars, secured by
bond of the purchaser and mortage of the premise*,
with interest from day of sale, payable seml-ai .
nuaUy. Purchaser to pay lor papers and stamps.
January 2 th2tul Master in Equity.
WOOD, LUMBER, ?vc.
BEST QUALITY OAK, PINE AND LIGHTWOOD,
by boat load or at retail, as weU aa ASSORT?
MENT OF LUMBER, TIMBER, SHINGLES, ftc
For sale low, at foot Bea utain-street
STEIN ME YEE ft SON.
December 17 tutha
No. 27 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVEBT DESCRIPTION AND
BUILDING MATERIAL, T.Tapt and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES,
ftc, constantly on hand at the lowest market prioes.
September 12 thinly
Wityts- jemdrft (Etc.
GOLD ASD SOLID SILVER WAMI.
ALL WARRANTED TO RUN AND THOR?
OUGHLY REGULATED, AT THE LOW
PRICE OF $10 EACH.
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.$260 to $1000
100MagicCaaed Gold Watches. 200 to 0 601
100 Louies' Watches, EnamiiUed.100 to 300 j
200 Gold Hunt'g Chronometer Watches 260 to 800
200 Gold Hunting English lavers. 200 to 260
800 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.... 160 to 200
600 Gold Hunting American Watches.. 100 to 260
600 Silver Hunting Levers. 60 to 160
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 360
600 Ladles' Gold Watches. 60 to 260
1000 Gold Hunting Lepines. 60 to 76
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, aU kinds.. 60 to loo
2600 SUver Hunting Watchwi. 25 to 60
6000 Assorted SUver Watches. 10 to 76
The above stock wiU be disposed of on the popular
one price plan, giving every patron a fins Gold or
colid SUver Watch for $10, without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above .mag.
mflcent Stock. Ce rt ciliates, naming the article?, are
placed in sealed envelopes, and weU mixed. Ho ders
are enttled to the article named on their certtlcate
upon payment of Ten Dollars, whether lt be a
Watch worth $1000 or one worth lesa. The return of
any of our certificates entitles you to the article
named thereon, upon payment Irrespective cf its
worth; and as no article valued less than 110 ls
named on any certificate, it wiU at once be seen
that this is no Lottery, bata straightforward le?
gitimate transacticn, which may be participai sd In
even by the most fastidious t
A single Certificate will be sent by mail, postpaid,
upon receipt of 26 cents, five for $1, eleven fur $2,
thirty-three and elegant premium for $6, sixty-six
and more valuable premium xor $10, one hmidred
and most superb Watch for $16. To Agents, or
those wishing employment this is a rare opport?
unity. It is a legitimately conducted business, duly
authorized by the Government, and open to UM. most
careful scrutiny. Try us.
Address WRIGHT, BRO. ft CC'.,
Importers, No. 161 Broadway, N. T.
?.THE IRISH CITIZEN."
NEW WEEKLT NEWSPAPE Tl.
Proprietor and Editor.....JOHN MITCHEL.
FIRST NUMBER TO APPEAR ON SATTJTDAY,
the 12th of October, 1867.
Terms by the year.$8,00
Terms for half year. 1.60
Terms foi four months.LOO
Clubs of 10 in the usual proudhon.
Advertisements to be forwarded Inmediately, so
as to be duly classified.
Address, JOHN MITCHEL,
Office of the Irish Cltiiin,
No. 81 Earclay street, New York.
Ser tem ber 30
DIE CHARLESTONER ZEITUNG.
JOHN A. WAGENER, EDITOB.
UNDER THE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDER?
SIGNED prc pose to publish a German Weekly
Paper, to be the organ of the German population,
and devoted to the interests of this State, in encour?
aging Immigration and Industrial Pursuits.
Literature, Agriculture, Commerce, Arti and
Trade, will bo represented in its columns, md the
newB of the day wiU be given.
General JOHN A. WAGENER has kindly omsent
ed to .ii.dertake the editorial management for the
Subscription-$3 for Twelve Months; $160 for
SU Months; $1 for Three Months.
Advertisements inserted on Ubers! terms
C. G. kdCKMANN ft CO..
No. 3 Broad street Charleston, C. 8.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
DARR & OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVEBT THURSDAY, AT SUMTER,
S. 0. Subscription $4.00 per annum. To
Clubs of tom $3.00 per annum.
Advertisements inserted on Uboral terms.
18 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY O. H.,
at $3 per annum, and, having a large circu
latior through aU the upper and lower Districts of
the State, affords great advantages to advertisers.
Bates for advertising very reasonable-foi' which
apply to our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at tte Milla
House. TH03. F. ft B. H. GRENEK1JB,
January 2 Editors and Proprietors.
EY LA.UREY & ALEXANDER.
T il S DAT, 9th inst, will bs sold before our store.
No. 137 East Bay, st 10 o'clock,
30 boxes LEMONS, in fine arder.
Conditions cash._January 9
S '.rips, Ham?, Sides, Shoulders, Molasses, Salt,
BY LAURE Y & ALEXANDER.
IBIS DAT, 9th Inst, wfll be sold before oar store.
No. 137 East Bay, at IC o'clock,
10 bbls. choice STRIPS
300 Bams and Sides
10 bbls. new crop Molasses
100 sacks Salt Ac, Ac
Conditions cash,_Janntry 9
Furniture, Dry Goods, ?cc
BY MILES DBASE.
:CHTS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, I will sell, at my
store, corner of King and liberty streets,
THE F CBN IT DBL OF A FAMILY DECLINING
BEDSTEADS, Mattresses, Chairs, Tables, Carpets,
Washstands, Crockery, Glassware, Store, Sewing Ifs*
i hine, Trunks, Books, Ac
Immediately after the sale of the above, I wfll sell
n general assortment of DRY GOODS, Hosiery, ko.
Cm TO-MORROW I will sell 75 cases weB assorted
,'?OuTa and SHOES._January 9
Superior Furniture and one Seven-Octave Piano
of a Family declining Housekeeping.
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
Win BeB, THIS DAT, the 9th inst, at 10 o'c lock, at
residence No. 333 Meeting-street ona door tram
Superior BLACK WALNUT PABLOS SET, Brus?
sels carpet and Bug to match (new), 7-OCtave Plano,
French Clock, Vases, Window shades, Ac, fps.
Dining Boom-Black Walnut Extension Table,
Black Walnut carved Marble-top Sideboard, Black
Walnut Bockers, Cane seat Chairs, superior China
Teat Set, Breakfast and Dinner Plates, Knives and
Forks, Plated Ware, Glass, Ac, Ac
Bed Boom Furniture-Marble-top Cottage Sets,
Wool and Cotton Mattresses, Blankets, Shuts, PIS
lows, Carpeta, Ac
One very fine China CHAMBEE SET.
KITCHEN UTENSILS, kc, kc
Terms cash. Go . da to be removed day of asl?.
Billiard Saloon, Fixtures, Furniiurt, i;c.
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAT, the 9th instant ccromencing at 10X
o'clock, wm be Bold at the Phelan Billia? i Saloon,
southwest corner Market and Meeting streets,
STE PHELAN BILLIARD TABLES, forty-six Arm
Chairs, Glassware, Carpeting, Oilcloth, Window
Shades, Chandaners, Gas Fixtures, Bar aal 'Bar
Furniture, Clock, French Plate Mirror, Stove sad
Conditions cash. Articles to be removed sam?
BY B. M. MARSHALL & BRO,
On TUESDAY. 31st instant at ll o'clock, wfll be
sold at the Exchange, Droad-ctreet ''the folk) wing
Plantations, . . .
HALL'S AND BULLTOWN PLANTATIONS, St
Stephens' Pariah, Sportman's Retreat, Willow Grove,
and Umbr?a Plantations on Cooper River.
Further particulars wfll be given In subsequent ad?
vertisement and may be had on application to B.
M. M. & Bro., No. 83 Broad-street,
January 9 thw ..
grap, gLhtmifolS) (tte
For the Handkerchief.
" NIGHT BLOOMING CERE?S."
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND
FRAGRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the
Rare and beautiful Flower from which it take?
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON A BON.
NZ W TOBE.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK TOB PEAIiON*B-TASS HO OT3XB.
Sold by Druggists generally, and ~
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WHIN & CO.,
GREAT EEALTfl RESMATIVI
BALM OF LIFE!
FOB ALL WHO ABE CONSUMPTIVE, OB ABB
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANT IRRITATION OF THE
LUNGS, WHETHER THE COUGH BAS BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OB OF RECENT
Pi LMM! MM SPECIFIC
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOB
its wonderful restorative and curative quail tiaa.
Under its stimulative influence, and by its pen?
etrative agency, this health Invigorating cordial ex?
cite* a general beneficial reaction, and disperses the
impermeable obstructions which prevent acocas to
other remedies. While gradually reducing the ac?
companying constriction which attends the malady,
it reproduces the essential warmth and elastifl vigor
of the respiratory vessels, which, by this remedial
combination, promotes the hesllngjproceas by which
relief and cure ls effected.
Hemorrhages ts? arrested and cured, with every
other concurren'. ?Uoider.
As neither narcotio nor emetic propel das of asor
kind are employed in thisPulmonlc OOsTsPOBesa, tasa
the most assiduous attention given to the quality
and medica] value of each component arbola which
constitute it lt is confidently and conscientiously
recommended for its safety aol nil lability, without
restriction In generous, wholesome diet or appr??
hension of renewed cold from its effects.
For sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress,
Mrs. CECILIA RODRIGUES, northwest comer of
MEETING AND SOCIETY-STREETS, and ac the
PRICE SINGLE BOTTLE $1.25.
November 13 lyr
PREVENTION IS BliTTER THAW
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
APPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
by the FRENCH MEDICAL FAOTJLU Y as the cnty
safe and Infallible antidote against infection from
Special Diseases. Tills inmueble preparation is
suited for either sex, and has proved. Crom aaMsl
experience, the most efficient sud reliable Preven?
tive ever discovered, thus effecting a desideratum
long sought for ia the Medical World. Il used ac?
cording to directions every possibility of danger
maybe avoided; a single application will radically
neutralise the venereal virus, expel all impurities
from the absorbent vessels, and render contamina?
tion Impossible. Be wise ia tune, and at a very small
outlay, save hours ol untold bodily and mental tor?
This most reliable specific, so universally adopt?
ed la the Old World, is now offered for sale for the
first time in America by F. A DEPORT ct CO.,
only authorized Agents for the United States.
Price S3 per bottle. Large bottle, double sta*. 15,
The usual discount to the trade. Sent se
enrol; packed, on receipt of price, to any address,
with directions and pamphlet hy addressing to
F. A D?POBT k CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Bicord'a P. L.,
May 22 lyr Ko. 13 Gold Street New York.
A[Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat.
Requires immediate attention, and should be checked
If allowed to continue,
Irritation of the Lungs, si Permanent
Throat Disease, or Consumption,
is often the result
BRIM'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
Having a direct influence to the parta, give Imme
I diate reliai. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Cav>
turrh, Comtimp?Te and Th roat DUesMl,
I Troches are used with always good raccess.
Singers and Public Speakers nae them
to olear and iitrengthen the voice.
Obtain only "Bnowifs BBOHCKLAL TaocHis," and
do not take any Of the Worthless Imitations that easy
be offered. For sale by
UOYVTE & lilOISE,
NO. 151 MEETING 8TREET,
Opposite Charleston BotaL
Octo tor 38 m wiimo
THE GREENVILLE MOUS T ALS KER
IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT tl 50
per year, in advance. Advertisements inserted
at usual rates. G. E. ELFORD,
May K Editor and Proprietor,