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THE DAILY "SEWS
?3" LARGEST OlRCULATION.-THE PAILT
NEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
RECOGNIZED AS HAYIKG TUE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IK THE OITV OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IS THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO TEE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
OCR CITY SUBSCBIBZBS who aie caking THE
DATXT NEWS by the week are particularly re?
quested to pay their dues*' in future to no
person except our authorized agent, Mr. C.
C. Righter, or his collector, Mr. Edwin S. j
CLOSE CONNECTION.-The Augusta papers an?
nounce thal on and after Monday next thepas
songer trains on the South Carolina Railroad,
on their arrival in that city, will run direct to
the passenger depot" of the Georgia Road,
thus saving the inconvenience of tho present
omnibus transfer of through passengers and
THE THEATBE.-The dramatic version of
Reade's famous novel, ''Griffith Gaunt," was
admirably presented last night. Mr. and Mrs.
Watkins personated the impulsive husband
and the noble wife, and succeeded in rendering
the play one of the most attractive of tho sea?
son. To-night will be their last appearance in
Charleston, when "The Colleen Bawn" will be
played for the first time.
SUSPENSION OF THE COSMISSIONEB IN EQUITY
OF GRE EN VTT.T.E.-The Greenville Enterprise
says: "By military order Mr. Moore wa3, on
Monday, suspended from his office, on ? thc
complaint of a party that ho was about lo vio?
late a regulation in regard to tho sale of mort?
gaged lands. Mr. Moore and others were quite
taken by surprise, as nothing has been farther
from his intention than to do any act in con?
flict with the commands of Gen. Canby. "
UNMAILABLE LETTERS.-The following letters
are held in the Charleston Posfofficc on ac?
count of not being stamped or for other
Holmes, Mary Ann, Brooklyn, N. Y., illegal
stamp; Kent, Robtert, Augusta, Ga., not
stamped; Morfit, Charles M., Baltimore, Md.,
not stamped; Middleton, S. C., short paid;
Smiths, James, M., Bamburg, S. C., illegal
stamp: Schwerin, Julius, Sumter, S. C., illegal
stamp; Steedman, John D., Sumter, S. C., ille?
gal stomp; Townsend, Walter, Saluda Factory,
8. C., no such office, short paid; Wiora, H.,
Gourdin's Station, 8. C., uot paid.
PUBLIC SCALES, MABKET-STBEET.-Report of
Coal weighed at this office for the month of
February, 1868 :
H. P. Baker & Co.191 tons.
Budd & Blako.205 "
C. W. Seignious.106 "
F. P. Seignious.105 "
F. Lampe.'. 95 "
W. Ravenel A Co. 95* "
Wm. Johnston. 32$ "
Hopkins, McPherson & Co.. 25 "
- Getty. 24 "
R. Mure & Co.10 "
Wm. Johnston.129* tons.
F. P. Seignious.. 38} "
Total.- *.168 tons.
THE SPBTNG-STBEET CHUBCH.-Our Methodist
friendft w?l bo gratified in reading the notico
in our columns in connection with this church
edifice. Soon after the surrender in 1865, tho
church was taken under an order which had
been issued by tho Secretary of War, Mr. Stan
ton,permitting the Methodist Episcopal Church
(North) to occupy as missionary stations all
abandoned church buildings belonging to tho
Methodist Episcopal Church (South). This
proceeding, in connection with the advance ol'
armies, was sufficiently startling, but tho body
of the Southern people- indulged in the hope
that the cessation of bloody strife would be
the signal for the immediate restoration to
their former owners all churches held under
*hat order. Whether owing to "red tape" in
the church or in the political world, we will
not undertake to say, but it is a fact, which
u every well wisher of religion who is not a po?
litical partisan must deplore, that there re?
mains to this day a large amount of church
property throughout the South still held and
occ-pied under the same order. To-day, how?
ever, we chronicle what we trust will bo tho
harbinger of better times for our Southern
Methodists, as well as a better omen for tho
Northern Methodist Church. Altor t ree years
of long deferred hope the pulpit of Spring
street Methodist Episcopal Church (South)
will to-morrow be occupied by its own minis?
ters. We congratulate our friends in the up?
per wards upon this enlargement of their
church accommodations, and trust that tho
generosity of Colonel B. F. Evans and his co
laborers who originally projected the enterprise
will now achieve the good results they had in
-view. ? ?
1 HE FEAST OF ESTHER.-Our fellow-citizens
of the Mosaic persuasion, to-morrow celebrato
"Purim,'' or tho "Foast of Esther." This is
tho last of the feasts or holidays of tho Jewish
year, eoming''one month only, as it does, before
Passover, the first festival in tho new year.
Of tho origin of Purim it is needless to 6peok
here, as every one of our readers is doubtless
familiar with the beautiful story of Esthor, as
contained in the sacred volume. There is
more of merriment and hilarious rejoicing
than of sanctity abont this hobday. It is the
Jewish saturnaba, perhaps because nearly co?
incident in the season of tho year with the
great and Roman popular hobday, and also
with the carnival of Roman Catholic countries.
In Chambers' "Jewish Lifo in Central Europe"
we find the following mention made of the
ceremonies and customs connected with this
"On the evening of the 13th, as well as on
the morning of the 14th, the whole congrega?
tion meet iu the synagogue, in order to bear
the solemn chantiu&r of the Book of Esther.
Purim is the festival when good cheer is.
especially enjoined. At the eveuir g meal, tho"
gravo and generalry'veiy abstemious rabbi in?
dulges in an additional glass of wino. This
license he tates at tho express recommenda?
tion of tho Talmud, which relates strange
tales of pious men who, in consequence of over
indulgence in the treacherous liquor, made
edd blunders in then- encomiums on Mordecai.
Among the young folks, fun and folly reign
paramount. They disguise themselves in a
grotesque manner, and thus pay visits to their
friends, reciting gay verses, and occasionally
pcr:oruiing parti of the Book of Esthoi,
dramatized for tho purpose, while, at the same
timo, faithful to the customs of their ances?
tors, presents are interchanged by friends and
acquaintances. (Esther rx., 22). This oppor?
tunity is a'6o taken by many charitable per?
sons to assist the necessitous by affording
them relief in a most delicate manner, under
the appearance of a Purim present. Nor are
the schoolmasters and other scantily salaried
congregational officers forgotten on this fes?
The observance ol' the foabt here varies
somewhat from that described above, though
in tho main it is (he 6ame. Masked Balls are
generally tho leading feature of Purim in every
city in the United States; and the glories and
splendors of the New York Purim Club Ball
have become one of the topics annually sought
after with considerable zest by the reporters of
the press, and were well described in THE
NEWS last year and the year before by our cor?
THE ALERT BASE BALL CLUB reorganize this
evening, preparatory to then- summer cam?
paign. Yo eng men of the city desirous of join?
ing the club are invited to hand in their names
to ibo secretary at an early day, as tho mem
bcr-ihip is limited. This is the only dub in
tho South that is connected with the National
Association, and it may now be considered as
one of tho permanent institutions of Charles?
ton. Tho club will open their season for 1868
about the 1st April, and iu the meantime will
practice their nines as selected this evening.
A game will be played on the Citadel Green to?
day, at 3 o'clock. Ball players are invited to
THE COURT OF EQUTTY-CHANCELLOR CAB
ROLL PBESIDINO.-The court convened at the
usual hour and resumed the case of Phillips ts.
Rivers. Messrs. John E. Rivers and B. ' C.
Prossley were heard for the defendants. Mr.
Wm. Whaley replied for complainant
Green cs. Wilson, Messrs. Magrath & LowndeB
for complainants, W. A. Pringle, Esq., for de?
fendants, 'i he pleadings were read.
MAYOR'S COUBT.-A heavy docket was pre?
sented yesterday morning and the session, was
protracted to near ll o'clock. Fourteen hard?
ware mei ob ants were brought up for selling
powder without a license, but on pleading igno?
rance of the law, the fine ($100) was remitted,
and they were allowed to renew their licensee.
Two offenders who sold powder in a manner
contrary to the city ordinances, were fined $20
each, and one, who not only disobeyed the hvw
in this respect, but had on hand a larger quan?
tity than was allowed, was fined $50.
Two cases of enterprising draymen who had
painted their own tin licenses were next con?
sidered; one, an old negro, confessed that h i
had been his own artist, but thought it was all
right, though not as pretty as those got
from the clerk. He was surprised when charg?
ed $20 for his painting. He inquired if he
could pay by instalments. The other badge,
Xo. 68-520, was beautifully executed and well
calculated to decoivo the unwary. Private Ser?
geant, however, detected the fraud, and the
drayman was fined $40 for his trick.
Three cases of men putting the enemy in
their mouths to steal away their brains were
tried. Two of those were old soaks, and $10
was thought tho best antidote to their disease
The third had drawn it mild, and was apparent?
ly a neophyte in the bottle game; $5 fine was
recorded as a reminder that he must sin no
Two Ethiopian amazons having heard that
"the colored troops fought nobly," endeavored
to establish a similar record. They made seve?
ral passes, when they wero observed by a
policeman, who uurronnded the pair and caus?
ed them to throw up the sponge. His Honor
gave them ten days in the workhouse, where
thoy could crack stones for amusement. *
A vender of the finny tribe undertook to sell
his stock without paying for the license. The
police were too wide awake for that trick, and
tt:o merchant was sentenced to forfeit his fish,
which was sent to .the Orphan house.
A few other trivial offences were tried. A
black horse was fined $5 for taking a riderless
stroll through tho streets, and the court ad?
THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT conven?
ed at tho usual hour yesterday, his Honor,
Judge Bryan, presiding.
In Bankruptcy.-In re Edward Daly vs. Ju?
lius Flaum-Petition of debtor for final dis?
charge.-Ordered that creditors show cause on
tho 30th instant why tho petition should not be
granted, and that publication be made in the
DAILY NEWS and Charleston Courier. Further
ordered: That tho petition bo roforred to Reg?
istrar' Carpenter to examine and make report to
tho court of tho proceedings in this cause since
the adjudication of bankruptcy. J. C. Carpen?
ter, Esq., pro pet.
In rc John C. Bickley-Petition for full and
final discharge. Ordered that the petition?
er having _ been adjudged a bankrupt, and
having complied with all the requisitions of
tho law, i H entitled to the dieg^iargo sought.
Messrs. Simonton A Barker pro pel.
Applications for voluntary bankruptcy were
nude by the following parties, through their
respective attorneys, and the several petitions
having been read, reference was ordered to
Registrar Carpenter :
Robert Minnie, of Blackville, J. C. Carpenter,
John N. McMillan, of Blackville, J. C. Car?
W. B. Matherv, of Blackville, J. C. Carpenter,
Ben. F. Peoples, of Blackville, J. C. Carpen?
Charles Ruy, ot Blackville, J. C. Carpenter,
Israel Waller, of Blackrille, J. C. Carpenter,
Charles L. Gailloaume, of Charleston, J. C.
Jos. H. c. ooh, of Bcnnettsville, Duryer. &
Edward P. Adston, of Berkeley, T. P. Lock?
Mr. Diedrick Wellbrook having complied
with all the requirements of the law, was, on
motion of R. S. Duryea, Esq., admitted to
IN ADMTBALTY.-James B. Smith vs. tho
steamer City Point-Label for damages. |
Thc evidence and argument were heard, and
tho Judge decreed in favor of the libellant ono
hundred dollars, and that the costs be paid by
John Griniball, Esq., pro libellant. Messrs.
Brown & Mikel! for defendant.
THE CITY WOBEHOUSE.-Workmen under the
superintendence of Mr. J. C. Lacoste have for
somo days boen ongaged in fitting up tho work?
house for the accommodation of offenders, and
it will bo opened for the reception of guests on
Monday. It will be Under the jurisdiction of
Capt. Sigwald, the chief of police, who has ap?
pointed Mr. Wilton P. Poulnot, temporary
superintendent. Only the west wing is, at
present, to be used, and a fence forty feet high
bas been erected which divides the yard in the
middle. Sixty cells have been made which
will accommodate about one hundred and fifty
prisoners ; somo of these cells being double,
and intended to accommodate three or four
oocu pants ; but the majority are single. The
cages that were on each floor have been divided
into narrow apartments, each with an iron-,
barred door, where tho prisoners will be con?
fined at ni^ht. Tn the basement two large
rooms will bo used as woik rooms, where the
daily tasks will bc performed. A quantitx o*
.stone is now ou hand that will be broken np
tor macadamizing purposes by tho prisoners.
A number of hand mills of the country
patUrn will bo procured and tho grist and
meal used by tho city ground on the spot.
This will be a great saving, and the labor of
the ofrend?is w?l thus be turned to .account.
In case any of the boardera should refuse to
work, there are two black holeB where the dark?
ness is Egyptian, thick and horrible. A re?
fractory character soon tames under this treat?
ment, and becomes a willing worker. There
are now about nine or ten prisoners in the
house, who are employed in building tho cells
and preparing for the grand reception on Mon?
day. With the workhouse held in terrorem, it
ia to be hoped that offenders will be few and far
Tho eafat wing of the workhouse will be used
by the Mazyck-street hospital, and cells have
been already arranged for the city inBane. The
fonco divides the yard, and each department ie
entirely separate from the other. If the num?
ber of hospital patients should increase, addi?
tional rooms can be easily fitted up in the east
Still Another Mayor.
GENERAL BURNS TC BE RELIEVED-RESULT
HIS. BRIEF AD?4DTISTBATI0N-THE KEW 1
TARY APPOINTEE-HIS QUALIFICATIONS
RECORD-TEE COUNCIL NOT TO BE REMOVI
CITY REFORM? TO BE CONTINUED.
Oar readers will be somewhat surprised,
probably grieved, to learn that Goneral W,
Burns, the present Military Mayor of Chai
ton, will on Monday next surronder his o:
to Colonel Cogswell, ot' the United States Ar
who will thereafter act permanently as mai
ot the situation, or until, undor the now i
stituiion of the State, the military oiric
vacated and a reconstructed civilian is appo
ed thereto by the suffrage of his iond fell
There are no roasoos for the change ma
except those which might have been statec
first, namely, that Giftti. Bunm accepted the
fice only with the understanding that he abo
be relieved at an early day, and an officer
pointed who would carry out the liberal i
invigorating policy which he might adopt,
have stated the fact at the time would hi
'thrown a variety of obstacles in his way, a
prevented the co summa! ion ol' many of thi
schemes which are now- in progress for 1
benefit of the city.
Ii would also have destroyed confidence
the general management of affairs, deprecia!
securities, and created doubt with reference
the trus?worthiness of the appointee notjw;
ranted by tho circumstances which gave
him the temporary charge of the city.
It is proper to say here that General Bur
was not aware of the intention ot the milita
authorities to make him the Mayor of Charil
ton until he was notified of the fact by t
order of appointment. It was not sought; a
when accepted it waB with the understand!:
that at an early day a competent officer a
correct gentleman would relieve him from t
cares of civil office and permit him to resui
his legitimate duties as Commissary-in-Ch:
of the dopirtmcnt.
Colonel Cogswell, the new Mayor, is Maj
of the 8th United States Infantry, and color
by brevet. He is a graduate of West Point,
brother-in-law of Hon. James T. Brady, tl
celebrated lawyer of New York, and is a mi
of mature years and much worldly experienc
During the war he was in command o? a rog
mcnt which participated in the battlo of Lee
burg, or what is known at the North as tl
battle of Ball's Bluff; was there captured, ai
for several months confined a prisoner in tl
"Libby," at Richmond.
Politically, wo know nothing of his ant
cedents. Old officers of the army, generali
have no politics, save such as aro written c
the hilts of their swords; and it is understoc
that he will ignore everything like politic
considerations m his administration of ci!
affairs, and continue what hos been so we
Rumors have been rite for a few days pai
that the City Council would be superseded at a
carly day by those who could take the test oall
but it is now declared that no such change i
likely to take placo unless obstructions ai
thrown in the way of tho Mayor by tho proser
body, which wo conceive to bo not at all prob?
In taking leave of his short-lived civic hoi
ors General Burns leaves behind him tho live
liest kind of an obituary notice in the shapo c
fifteen thousand dollars in the treasury, and
city which has received renewed vitality, unde
his administration, in every ?epartm?nt. H
lias made friends on all sides, and parts witl
thom bearing only their kindest wishes.
Colonel Cogswoll arrived in Charleston o:
Thursday last from Charlotto, N. C., whero h
has commanded to tho satisfaction of tho peo
pie, and there is little doubt that in malani
choice of him for the Chief Magistrate o
Charleston, Goneral Canby has been influence!
by such considerations as will make the nev
appointee as popular as his predecessor. Thi
war is over, and a peaceable community ni
longer require the rule of an iron hand.
THE PROMENADF. ENTERTAINMENT of thi
ladies of Trinity Church closed last night, am
in spile of the inclemency of the weather then
was a large orowd in attendance. Tho booth
never looked prettier. The magic lantern wai
displayed as usual, and the scenes in sacr?e
history were vividly portrayed. Altogethei
the entertainment has beon a decided success
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-Charleston Hotel.-Capt
Frisbee, brig Cyclone; W. Henderson, Santeo
(?has. Barkley and J. H. Brown, city; Jno. W
Wallace, Augusta; D. J. Rumph and lady
Orangeburg; Geo. A Barnet, Brandfort, S. C.
Roope, London; T. B. Riloy, Cincinnati; B. M
Stilwell and wife, New York; H. Rufus Dean
Sumter county, Ga.; E. Chapman, city; J. R
Wormly and L. K. Marchand, New York; A. B,
Carter, Baltimore; M. J. Winchester, Mi3s E,
Winchester and .'liss M. Luce, Boston; T. B
Adama and J. M. Sanborno, Wilmington, N. C.
L. Orcutt, city; H. Chaurault, New York.; Per
ry Butler, New Jersey; Maxoy Williams, South
Carolina; J. N. Gary, Newberry; R. C. Porring
ton, Now York; W. E. Willis, 8tatesburg, N,
C.; Robt. M. Snowden, Spencer Abbott and E
V. Hamilton and wife, New York; J. A. Tor.
rance and wife, Philadelphia.
Mills House.-Frank L. Harris, steamshir.
Prometheus; B. M. Rhodes and J. M. Rhodes.
Baltimore; Wm. Donaldson and W. W. King,
New York; W. H. Houston and George B. Bon
nell, Philadelphia; S. B. Damier, G. D. Botts
and Lester Clark, Now York; Miss Clark and
G. H. Hone, Hartford; G. B. Beecher, No*
Havon; Dick Monrcll, Ma-sachusctts; W. A,
Cole and wife, New York; J. A. Vincent and A.
C. McNairy, Cleveland, Ohio; J. J. Luhn, Balti?
more; J. Hopkinson, Edisto; F. Gilathy and
wife, and A. C. McNuiry, New York; J. M.
Gayle, Camden; A. W. Chuk, North Carolina;
James Rice, South Carolina; Samuel R. Adams
and W. L. DePass, Camdon.
Pavilion Hotel_J. S. Harleson, D. D.
Leadbetter and Thoo. G. Boag, city; D. P.
Patterson, Ashepoo; R. T. Parka and A. C.
Parka, Edgcfiold; R. H. Draper, Cooper River;
James W. WillianiB, Fla.; P. 8. Worsliam,
Gourdin's; Joseph Gailuchat, Manning, S. C.;
J. 8. McCall, Marion, John AV. Cowaud, Wil?
liamsburg; Theo. Closiff, Darlington; Rev. M.
Sordi, Jacksonville, Fla.; Colonel John Mettles,
Williamsburg; Jos. A. Keuyan, George's Sta?
tion; W. Henobran, Sautee; Li. J. Nuttloson,
Williamsburg, 8. C.
SALE DAY REPORTS.-The Pickens Courier
chronicles tho following sheriffs sales for
Three hundred and sixty acres' on Martin's
Creek for $36; 200 acres on Martin's Creek fur
$29; 150 acres on Chauga Creek for $47;3UU
acres on Chauga Creek for $21; 90 acres on
Chattooga River for $14; 200 acres on Battlo
Creek tor $10; 100 acres on Battle Creek for
$10; 100 acres ou Chattooga River for $9; GO
acros on Long Creek for $11 20; 100 acres ou
Chattooga River fer $9; 17 acres on Shoal
Creek for $7.41; 70 acres on Chauna Creek for
$45; 150 acres on Eighteen Mile Creek for $7.42;
100 acres on Woolf Cre.k for $9; 300 acres on
T?galo River for $2610.
Of sale day in Greenville the Enterprise says:
There was a goodly number of persons out.
The sheriff fold several tracts of land at very
low rates. There is not cash enough for com?
petition in the country. Mr. Julius Smith sold
a variety of articles* buggy,- furniture, &c,
which brought rather low prices, considering
thc saleableness of tho articles.
The Newberry Herald reports as follows :
Sheriff's sales were as follows : two hun?
dred acres at $825 ; one hundred and sixty
four acres at $340 ; three hundred and five acres
at $600; threo hundred and thirty, acres at
$650 ; one hundred acres at $375 ; five hundred
and seventy and t?iree-quarter acres at $1305 ;
' ninety acres at $605; beBides horses, mules,
etc., which brought good prices.
GRAU'S GERMAN OPERA COMPANY are delight?
ing tho people of Atlanta. Wo hope they are
coming this way.
THE CIRCULAR CHURCH PILLARS_Wo onder"
stand that tho officers of Circular Church ac?
quiesce in the proposed removal of these pil?
lars, and are miling that tho sidewalk should
be made uniform. There is somo disagreement
about the manner of removing tho columns,
but their downfall is fixed, and in a few days
Meeting-street will be relieved of this obstrua
THE GUNPOWDER QUESTION-In the proceed?
ings of the Mayor's court it will be seen that
several merchants were arrested for Belling
gunpowder without a license. Most of them
sinned ignorantly, as they had not supposed it
necessary to renew their old licenses. Council
passed tho ordinance requiring licensjs before
the war as a precautionary measure-and not to
aid the revenue. These licenses cost nothing,
and tho first notification was thought by the
merchants to be sufficient. A penalty of one
hundred dollars is imposed by law on all who
3ell without a license, but under the circum?
stances the Mayor remitted the fine.
Three of the merchants were fined for selling
and storing the gunpowder contrary to city
ordinances, which prescribe that only thirty
eight pounds can be kept in store, and that it
must be in a tin canister on the right hand
side of the door. This was to prevent ex?
plosions at fires. When a Btore ia broken
open tho fireman rushes to tho spot and re?
moves tho canister instantly; whereas if he had
to search for the powder this could not be
done. The parties who violated this provision
of tho law were fined twenty dollars; while one
who had uo tin canister, hut an open keg con
tuning more than the proscribed number of ]
pounds, was fined fifty dollars.
THE REPUBLICAN MEETING at the Club Houso
on Thursday night was protracted until noar
day-light. Log-rolling and wire-pulling was
reduced to a science, and the friends of the op?
posing candidates exerted themselves to their
utmost to 6ecure votes. About 5 o'clock the
agony was declared over and tho tickot an?
nounced by the Chair. Those nine delegates,
whose namee are given below, aro chosen sim?
ply tn represent the city in the Republican
Nominating Convention, which meets on the
14th, and aro not themselves the nominees for
legislature. The whole nnmber of votes was
64; necessary to a choice 43:
F. A. Sawyer....55
F. L. Cardoza..'.51
A. J. Ransier.51
C. C. Bowen .47
R. H. Cain.45
B. A. Boseman. .44
J. P. M. Epping.44
R. C. DeLargc.43
P. S. Miller.42
Cardoza and DoLargo were chosen on tho
first ballot. There wore about thirty-five can?
didates and ten ballotingB were held before the
ticket was formed.
LIFE AMONO THE NEWSBOYS-AN INCIDENT.
Newsboys aro . a curiosity the world ' over.
Whether in Now York crying "Eres yor 'Erald,
Times and Try-buno," or in Charleston pro?
claiming to a Blooping city that a world is born,
with a "Hyors yer Dailce Nooze," they are tho
same unmistakeable little wretches-dirty
enough to pass", for' real estato, saucy ouough
lo havo been dieted ut-.Billingsgate, and tat?
tered enough to have been born iii a rag bag.
Your genuine newsboy considors himself
possessed of as many inalienable rights as a
member of the Reconstruction Convention, and
woe to the unlucky wight who attempts to
invado tho prerogatives either of; his clan or
himself. Insult him, get his "paddy" up, sell
papera on hi t beat, poko fun at him, cheat him
oat of a ti?-*o ocal pi eco, or rr ead on his toes
metaphorically, and yon might as well attempt
to queuch the phosphorescent emanations
from tho tail end of a lightening but; with a
squirt gun, as to put down that indignant
newsboy. Ho biles, raves, tears round looso,
breaks things, and if his antagonist happens
to bo physically unmanageable, he converts
himself into a conversational battering ram,
and demolishes you with whole volhesof male?
An illustration of the manner in which tho
genuine newsboy makes war upon interlopers
occurred yesterday. An ambitious little juve
ndo who aspired to Join the tuneful choir, com?
menced his song in the usual way and at tho
usual hour, "Hyars yer Dailee Nooze," trotting
as fast as his legs could carry him towards tho
market. The rost of tho boys followed. They
caught him; they pummelled him, and they
took away his papers. He struck out gallantly
for his "altars and his fires," but it was no uso.
About that time a policeman came to the res?
cue. Somebody was arrested and hauled be
foro the Mayor. The delinquent wes fined $5
and made to pay for tho papers grabbed. He
forkod over I he "spondulix 'with a character?
istic cuss, a regular newsboy's cues, and wo
venture to say tho irrepressible wretch has
kept up his elocutionary wickedness ever since.
Wo must Bay, however, for newsboys, that
thoy have a hard, tough struggle with tim
world, and in tbc constant attrition with its
Bharp i>ngles dovelope a degree of intelligence
which makoa roal mon. Somo of the mo3t
eminent statesmen in tho country havo belong?
ed to tho proms? ion, and date their first start
in lifo, and 6ubtoqucnt ?success in its battles,
to their boyish experience with a bundle of
daily papers under their arms.'
NonoE8 IN BANKRUPTCY.-Meetings of thc
creditors of tho undermentioned bankrupts, to
provo debts and chooBO assignees, will bo hold
at tho office of tho Registrar, Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, No. 59 Broad-street, on the days and
at the hours named :
Da'e. I Hoar.
To-?ay 1U A.M.
To-day 10 A.M.
Mar. 9 12 M.
Mar. li 10 A.M.
Mar. 14 11A.M.
Mar. 14 HAM.
Mar. 14 9 A M.
Mar. 14 1 P.M
Mar. U 1 P.M.
Mar. 10 10 A.M.
Mar 16 11A.M.
Mar. IC 2 P.M.
Mar. IC 3 P.M.
Mor. 17 10 A.M.
Mar. 17 11A.M.
Mar. 17 1P.M.
M ar. 17 12 M.
Mar. 17 2 P.M.
Mdr. 17 3 P.M.
Mar. 18 U A.M
Mar. 18 10 A.M.
Mar. 18 11A.M.
Mar. 18 Ul M.
Mar. 18| 9 A.M.
.Mar. 18 HAM.
Mar. 18 12 M.
Mar. 18 2 P.M.
Mar. 18 H P.M'
Mar. 19 9 A.M.
Mar. Iii IO A. ii
Mar. lu 2 P.M.
Mar. 19 3 P.M.
Mar. 19 ll A M.
Mar. 19 1 P.M.
Mar. 20| 11A.M.
Mar. 20 9 A.M.
Mar. 20 10 A. M
Mar. 20 12 M.
Mar. 20 2r.M
Mar. 2u 1P.M.
Mar. 20 3 P.M
Mar. 20 ll A.M.
Mar. 21 1i A.M
Mar. 21 II A.M.
Mar. 21 0A.M.
Name. | Of what place.
I Meyer, Jacob.Charleston.
Pack, Charles S.Salter's.
?Wittachen, A. Louisa Charleston.
Burnes. James A.Sumter.
Stivonder, David. Orangeburg.
rill, Irvin A. 'Jrangeburg.
White, R. G.Georgetown.
Deas, Seaman. .
Ervin, John W. Clarendon.
H.L.W.H k T.A.Jeirers|Charleston. .
Bedford, Evert E.Charleston. ?
Johnson, W. E., Jr.... Liberty Hill
Fundcruurk, Joseph.. Orangoburg.
Lifrage, Isaac S.Salter's.
Lifrage. W. J. J.Baiter's.
Uradwell, Ravenel ii.. Mauuing.
Conyera, J. J. Manning.
Mchlvcen, P. lurcndon.
Gayle. John U.Wilgi t's Bluff
Harviu, John J. Manning.
Lescsne, H. H. Manning.
Gale, J. H.clarendon.
Harria, John H. Clarendon,
Lcst suo, H. II. Clareudou.
Mackey A'Baker. charleston.
?.lura, Eli. Darlinutou.
tlughson. Wm. a. sumter.
Hume. E. G.Ocorgilown.
Howe?, Somer S. Charleston.
Burgess, John A.Clarendon.
Eaaterling, H. R.|Bcuj:etl8Villc.
Christmass, R. L.ISumter. ..
White, Wm. T.(Charleston.
Rein bert,'Jas. C.|.-uiuter.
i>ro\VD, George W....ISumter.
Pollock, A. A.|ciieraw.
Murrov, W. B.|Sumter.
(jjover, F. H.Waltcrboro'.
DeLormui Moses.... Sumter.
John ti. Lafitte.Graham's.
Rembcrt, Jame3 E.... Sumter.
McLeod-Wade H.... Sumter.
James, Wm. W. B.... ?Sumter.
Easterhu, Howell.: Orangeburg.
?At the United Slates Court.
HAY FOR SALE IN LOTS.-The owners of ve?
hicles, drays, ?cc, will do well to read thc ad?
vertisement of Messrs. R. Mure 4 Co., in. which
they offer to dispose of, in small parcels, a fine
carso of Eastern hay. Such a chance to pro?
cure a good and cheaD article is seldom of?
.# H. H. j c>
if rou wai.t cheat -Clank BOOKH;
if you cheap Stationery, Envelope*,
Hnpp.y. Sc.; or, MILLEU S ilnj?njae;
if you want Printing o.-t?cni?d noatly;
If yon want Books bound in any stylo, or Ac
e??nt Doo!;;: millo tu ordor, with any desired
pattern ol 'ii!;:i;;, ?o to I?ICA?T HABBIS, SO. i>9
REMOVALS.-Messrs. T. M. Bristol & Co.
have changed their base of operations from the
corner of Meeting and Hasel streets to tho
large store formerly occupied by Messrs.
No\es & Vail. Mr. C. T. Dunham, formerly of
Dunham & Taftes still connected with Bristol
Mr. William Mattbicsson will soon remove
bis clothing establishment from his present
stand to tho corner of King and Wentworth
streets, in the store formerly occupied by
Messrs. Block & Loyus.
THE GAZETTE-CONTENTS VOLUME ?L, No.
18.-Irishmen and Fenianism; Tho Catholic
Church and Civih'zation; Immigration Con?
tinued; To Our Readers; The Informer Mul
lany; Expected Irish Debate; An Interesting In?
cident; Cruise of tho Alabama; Minina Extra?
ordinary; Tho Empress in tho Hospital; The
Irish Land Question; One Gentleman at Least
(poetry); George Francis Train; Sir Walter Ra?
leigh's Old Quarters; The Power of the Cathobc
Church Supper Given to Mr. Train by the
Cathobc Clergy; God Save Ireland (poetry);
The Pontifical Zouaves; The Gael and the Green
(poetry); Fatal Conflict with the Polico in the
City; Horriblo Scone at an Execution in Eu?
rope; The Horse Dinner; Honor to the Printer;
Disastrous Gale and Loss of Life; Connecticut
Pobtics; A Challenge from a Volunteer Offlcor
to Fight a Daol; News Items; A Radical Cam?
paign Gun Makes a Very Weak Report; A
Haunted House; Correspondence between Gen?
eral Grant and General Hancock; Mr. Train's
Lecl ure at Youghal-Presentation of a Grand
Banquet by thc Children; Catholic Increase in
New York; Important Arrest in Cork; A Sailor
Flogged on Board tho Royal George; Special
Dispatches to the President; A Spunky New
York r. Tho Gazette will bo sold at all nows
dopots at five cento per copy. Office of publi?
cation No. 307 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
D?ESS?D WHW?E PINE
FOP. SALE BY
RISLEY S CREIGHTON.
March 7 1
MUCKS! BRICKS! MUCKS!
ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE i
for sole low for cash. App:y to
" E. J. FRIPP & CO.,
March 4 6 Venning's Wharf.
CITS OF CHARLESTON 3TOCK
Donde of tho state ot' South Carolina (old)
Marc? 3 tuths? W. O. WHILDEN & CO.
$ J 2,000
TO BE LOANED ON BOND AN D' MOBTOAGE OF
BEAL ESTATE in the City of Charleston.
Apply to LOUIS D. DKSAUSSUBE,
Brokir aud Cocimissiou Merchant,
- March G 2 No. 23 Broad-street.
LIME! LIME I LIME I
i)1 AA BBL9. OE FRESH ROCK.PORT LIME
?WJ\J Just received and lor Halo at prto*? aa
lOW BB thu loWetit, Kt '
No. 217 EAST BAY.
A. M c c O B B, J r.
February 4 tuilislmo
TOOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVEBPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STER?
LING, AND LARGE REoEUVE FUND. .
i ire Rinks taken on Buildings, Produce, Marchan?
Losses promptly adjusted here, without reference
to England, lu Sterling cr currency, at the option of
the assured. W. C. BEE A CO.. Agents,
February 22 srathSmo Adder's North Wharf.
CHARLESTON ORPHAN HOUSE.
ON THURSDAY NEXT, THE 12TH INST., THE
Board oi Commissioners will enter into an
Eleoti' u for SI EWARD and MAU'. 'N of the above
ApplLaUoiu must bc left with tho Steward at the
Institution. Mureil <t
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETUISNS.
OFFICE OF TH* CITY ASSESSOR, )
L ITT il ALL, March 2, 1868. J
"VTOTICE IS HKREi.v. GIVE? TO ALL CONCERN?
?A ED, that the Monthly Returns, for the month
oi February past, in compliance willi the tax ordi
dance, rutUled on the 2d.h of Jauuary, 1868, munt be
made on ur belora the 15th Instant.
TAXES OK THE FOLLOWING ABE PAYABLE M ONT BLT:
On all sales of Goods, Wr.res and Merchandise.
On all gross rccoipla of all street Railroads.
Ou ah gross reeuipiBof all Express Companies.
On all s J los at Auction.
On -ll Carriages aud . ucrglcs.
Ot a 1 income derived Iruru thu pursuit of any fac?
ulty profession, occupation < r < m; loyn eui.
On th'1 gtoss rcco piu of ?ll Commercial Agencies.
Ou all comml.sious received by Factors, commis?
sion Merchants", Hankers, Broken?, aud otucrs.
On all premiums received for or by any Insurance
Company, or by agcucios for individuals or com?
-On all gross roccipts of i ll Oas Companies, and
other manuiacturing companies located in this city.
On every Horre aud Mul=> used or kept within the
city, excepting boises or mule* usua in any publio
licensed carriage, cart, may. or other vehicle.
un oB ho tau Dealers iu ull arlLles whatsoever.
Ou all Hucksters aud Harbor .-hops.
On ull gloss rejetp.B of Hotels and Public iatiug
and Boarding Hou-es.
On all rec, ipu ol Livery Stable kocpers.
Ou tho groes receipts of Coltan Presses.
Ou tho yruss receipt* ol ail Printing Office?, Ncws
pu| er? a.id Publishing Houses,
^jn all Goods rold iu the eityby j:ersou* not resi?
dent, by sample or Otherwise.
Ou alt .-alas cf Horses aud Mules brought to tho
un solea of Sto. ks, B >nds aud other securities.
Ou the gross receipts of Uagnetic Telegraph Com?
ou tho gros? receipts ol' all lavern Keepers and
All the delaulter I will be d>.alt with as the ordi?
nance directs. W. H. HUGHES,
Mor.h 2 ll Ciiv Assessor.
OFFICE CHIEF OE CI i ? DETECTIVES,)
JANUAUX 17TII, 18118. J
THE PUBLIC AME lt. QUESTED TO PLACE
upon thcM- COFPCU FL".MP-, sume private niar?.
iu order that the. may bo ldoulilied when stolon und
recuverod by tho Ci.y Detectives, an numbera ot
copper pumps an recovered by thc Detectives, but
none can be idculilicd.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Lieutenant ?iud Chief ol Cr.y Detectives.
TO PROVIDE ron THE LIQITDVCION OF THI: INTEREST
os TH?: ui:nr OF THE CITY WHICH ACCRUED ON 3lsi
DAV OF DBCEKBKB LAST.
He it ordain/d by the Mayor and Aldermen m Cit'j
Council attnnbleU,'l'tiMt iov tbovurpojc of liquid?t hog
tho interest ou tho public debt ol the ci.y, which
acct utd ou the tilti day o? Dccembur last, Six Pei
Cent, slock, obligatory on ibo Corporation of thc
City of Charleston, Bimi) bc issued under tuc direc?
tion of the Mayor to the persons holding Siocl;s oi
Hoads ol ibo city, and entitled to receive thc inter
cst accrued thereon at tho time alr?vo stated, tin
said Stock tu . ear interest a11er thu rato of six pe!
cent, per anuum, payable quarterly, redeemable ii
thirty years fmui date: Provided, ihat ito part o
s-aid stock abaB be issued for any sum le.-.s thai
twenty dollain. or lor any fractional pai t of a dohoi
Provided, alio, i bal ah s urns tor leis luau'.Went,
? ion rs uu. tor fractiooal poits of a dollar shall b
paid in City Blils.
SEC. 2. J ha: the triu of cor?ficates aud mode c
transfer oi said s'to.-k &n.11 i u subject to thc Karn
regulations ?ts now < xi-t iu relation io other Six Pe
Cent. Slocks ol thc City.
Batltied m City Council Uii3 twenty-eighth day u
Jauuary, in tho yo-r of our Lord one thousan
eight hundred aid sixty-eight. .
[L. e. ) P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk ol' Council.
January 31 Imo
Positive Sale of Cigars, by order of the Hon.
A. 0. Mackey, Collector of Customs of\
Charleston, at Auction.
E Y SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
Auctioneers, No. 31 Broad-,treet.
On MONDAY, the 16th lost, at ll o'clock, at the
new Customhouse, will be sold,
1677 CIGARS, seized from the schooner "Azelda
& Laura," for violation of the Revenue Item.
Chisohn Hospital, at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
Vi ill be sold at Auctirm on TUESDAY, 10th inst., at
the old Postofflce, at ll o'clock,
That SPACIOUS BUILDING used formerly asa
hospital, but now occupied as Dwellings,'situate in
T .apman-'treet, on the west side, and containing
eighteen double rooms, with extensive piazzas fac?
ing south. On the premises will be found a large
cistern and convenient outbuildings. The main
House is weU built, and covered with tin. Thispro
pirtv offors a peculiar advantage for a desirable and
li era1 ive investment Lot measures 65 feet front
b;' 130 feet m depth, more or less.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one and two
years, with interest secured by bond and mortgage
ol the premises. Purchaser to pay ns for papers.
grn (goofy Qftr.
"^yE ARE OFFERING OUR STOCK Ol
FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
AT VEE Y BEDTJOED PRICES
The Stock is very complete in all branches, and
particularly suited to the N .
Wholesale buyers will find it to their interest to
a camine the Stock.
STRAUSS, \ Wt KS ?i CO.,
No. 130 Meeting-street' Corner HoseL
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
No. 143 .IIEKTHC-STREET.
.rX/E ARE NOW RECEIVING OUR STOCKS SUTT
V V ABLE for the season, which we offer for sale
11 low prices for cash.
?MARSHALL, BURGE ? BOWEN.
MURDER! MURDER! MURDER!
BEEF! BEEF! BEEF !
TO BE SLAUGHTERED IN CHARLESTON, S. 0.
AT 2? AND 30 STALLS, LOWER MARKET.
To be sold AT RETAIL, at reasonable prices.
BEEF! BEEF! BEEF!
CATTLE ! CATTLE! CATTLE!
A FINK LOT OF
MILCH COWS AND SPRINGERS.
For sale at
* HUNT'S WAGON-YARD,
March G 2* King-street.
J. L. LUNSFORD,
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER,
WILL ATTEND TO REPAIRING AND UPHOLS?
TERING all articles entrusted lo bis care. WU1 pur?
chase SECOND-HAND FURNITURE at highest mar?
ket value, Ordors left at the store of MoKA? St
CAMPBELL, No. 136 Meeting-street, opposite Pa?
vilion Hotel, wiU receive prompt attention. AU
February 25 tuthslmo
MARBLE MANTELS, M0NU
MENTS, HEADSTONES, &c.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand at S. KLABER'8 Ware
room, No. 54 First avenue, near Third-street, New
York. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
February 3 6mo
i_JS535_NC0LGATE & co.'S
For Sale by all Grocers. 3mo January 31
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AV, ARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FA IR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
?86,000 UV GOLD),
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
Tho public arc invited to call and examine the re?
port of thc Jury on the merits of the great contest,
sod see the official award to the Herring's Patent
over nU others.
HERRING, PARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-st, New York.
FARREL, HERRING 4 CO., ) HERRING & 00.,
Philadelphia. J Chicago.
HERRING, FARREL St SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hand by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 109 EA3T BAY STREETS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9m0
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLOR?
ENCE, S. C., offers an excellent medium to
Merchants and c thers who wish to extend their
business in the Pee Dee section of the State. Rates
of advertising very reasonable. September 10
Bankrupt Sale, ? hy Order of the Assign?e
BY.4..H. ABRAHAMS* SoW
On MONDAT, Mwcli Stu. atJOo'eloc* et th* - --
Adger's Building No. 328 ?nai-au^^ '
Tlie entire STOCK OF DBT uOOD? y rm VT,
TUBE, Ac,, 4c, ii5 the Asiigned Estate of E. Beo5 *
Co., In Bantcmpt'-y. ww *
Conditions cash. rab mary 23
I will offer for sale at public auotion, on MONDAT
next, the 9th inst., at the residence of the late Col
James S. Harley, m colieton District, about firs
miles from Boss' bhutan; s. C. Railroad, the fol?
lowing PROPERTY :
Two MULES, two R OESES, seventy head of Cattle,
The Woodwork of six or seven Wagons, new; OM
A large assortment of Plantation, Blacksmith and
Household and Kitchen Furniture
One h andr- d bushels Rough Rice, ka., ka.
I will also offer for Rent, the PLACATION, con?
tain ing.upwaxds of 200 acres cleated Vnd, ag good
os any in the ctate.
Wkl also Bent, either with or without the Planta?
tion, a fine MIi.L, worked by anever failing stream;
the mill in excellent working oider, and containing
all tue necessary machinery for grinding grain, law?
ing lumber, ginning cotton, and po indian rice.
W?l also Rent a gcod S i'OREHOU-E at George's
Station, S. 0. Railroad, with comiortabl? Dwelling
attached. * OATBARDLj HARLEY,
Administratrix Estate oi Jae. S. Harley, rTereseed.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Rice vs. Ebaugh.
WiU bc sold under the direction of the Master, at
Mon ck's Corner, on the Northeastern Railroad, on
SATURDAY, the 21st of March, 1868. at ll o'clock,
A. M., or soon thereafter, the foUowlng TVTTT.T.
1 STEAM ENGINE of about eo-horao power
2 Boilers 80 feet long
1' "George Boge" second-class Saw. M?T, with 42 tuet
of carnage, and 4 Circular Saws
1 Grist Mill of 3 feet
1 Mill House .
1 office 10x12 feet .
1 Dwelling House and c ai build Inga
Unexpired Lease of s bout eight yean of 100 aeres
of Land >. . '
Anvils and Tools
Bricks in Boiler Walls.
Terms-One-half cash, and the balaree by the note
of the purchaser, payable infix montes from the day
of sale, with interest norn date, and approved-per?
sona: security. JAMES TUPPER,
February 29 etu? Master in Equity.
frujs, ?Ldtmirats, (gie.
. COD LIVER OIL.
THE POPULARITY WHICH IBIS MEDICINE
has obtained within the pact few years is justly
merited. The oil prcrenied as . ILsONVle in lis
purest state; ls procured irena fresh olean Livers
only of the Ged as Morrhua, and a su cesaful method
boa been discovered by which tr 1 the Iodine sad
Bromine, so necessary lor thc effkrxy of the oil, are
COD il YEE OIL
Is recommended and prescribed by some of the most
eminent physicians of 1 biladeJphie and ehewhero,
an cl approved by a large number ot ladies snd gentle?
mea, wholesale and retail druggists, merchants,-in?
valids, and many others who have been, on examina?
tion, convinced of its rare excellence.
Ibis OU cm be obtained from a'l respectable Drug?
gist* throughout the United Slates.
Office and Agency,
WILLIAM M. WILSOS'S,
No. 208 Market-street. Philadelphia.
DO WIE & MOISE,
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
March 7 ?_8m os
Jl II. KELLERS ?V CO.,
* DRUGGISTS AND APOTBECABIE3,
NO. 131 MEETLNG-STREEr, OPPOSITE
HAVE ON HANL H.EMICAL FOOD, OB COM?
POUND Syrup of the 1 nosphates ot Lime, Iron and
Seda, a superior tonic for tu VJ. ids
Aitken's Syrup of the Phosphates of Quinine,
Strychnine and Iron, tho grestott tonic in us? recom?
mended by the first physiciaos.
Rational Food, an tosilyjligestible dist for J?&nta
ard in valid 8.
Soluble Citrate of Bismuth for Dyspepsia.
ShaUenbergor's Fever and Ague antidute.
India Cholagogue, for Chills and Fever.
Granular titra- e of Magnesia.
Mathew Caylu?' Capsules of Citrate Iron and Copai?
ba, a French preparation of great reputation.
- Asthma Cigarettes, an unfailing cure for Asthma.
Lyons' Periodical Drops.
Stafford's Olive Tsr.
Bardotte's Worm Candy.
Row ?nd's Fever and Ague Tonio, &e>, sro.
GREAT HEALTH RESiORlHV?
BALM OF LIFE!
FOB ALL WHO ARE CONSUMPTIVE. OB ATB
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRr.IIMION OF THE
LUNGS, WBETHER THE COUGH HAD BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OR OF BECENT
ratMo? ELIXIR SPECIFIA
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOB
its wonderful restorative and curative qualities.
Under its stimulative Influence, and by its pen?
etrative agency, this health invigoiatinp cordial ex?
cites a genera] beneficial reaction, and disperses the
impermeable obstructions which provent aco.au to
other remedies. While graaually reduct ag the ac?
companying constriction which attends tho malady,
il reproduces tho ossenfiaJ warmth and eiastio vigor
ol thc respiratoiy vessels, which, by this remec? ol
combination, promotes tho bealing process by which
relief and cure is'eQccUxl.
Heniorrbaeef are arrcjted and cured, with every
otter concurrent disorder. . *
As neither narcotic m.r emetio properties of any
kind oro employed lu this Pulmonic Compound, and
the most a isiduous attention given to tue quality
and medici] value of each component article which
constitute it, it is confidently and coim-iontloualy
recommended fer its safety and reliability, without
restriction m. generous, whole com?- diet, ar appro*
bennion of renewed cold rrom Its effect*.
For sale wholesale end retail by tao ATopnatrees,
Mrs. CECILIA UODR1 GUES, -northwest corner of
MEETING AND SOClia?-STUVlErS, and at Ute
PllICE SINGT.?. BOTTLE ?1.2B.
April 2 _ _Irr
ITS CONSTITUPNTS. TUE RICETST PAST OF
the berrv ci Who-t aud -tarley Malt, being
scientifically prepared reedy far use. this food by au
alvsis is the same in hs chemical elements as
HEAl THY BREAST MILK, and is ibo easiest of dl
cestion and as initiation of all nourishment* for
children, Invalids and Dyspeptics, lt has boen
tried by tho i hysieians of C arleston, on I is reoom
monded and prescribed by the most eminent physi?
cians of Now York. GEO. WELLS COMS ? 00?,
No. G7 Cortlind-strcet, New York.
Q?W?K ?Si MOISE,
January 16 thstu?a os On jr.c-ton, 8. 0.
IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBEr RY 0. BL,
at $3 per annum, and, having a large ?treu
lst?oc through ah the upper and Jower Districts of
the State, ivnords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-tor which
apply to our Agent. Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at the Mills
House. THOS. E. ii E. ii. GUE NEK EB,
January 2 Editors and Proprietors,