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THE DAILY NEWS.
April has searched the winter land.
And found her petted flower.) strain :
She kissed them to unfold their leaves,
She coaxed thom with s.m ?nd rain.
And filled the grass with green content,
And made the weeds and clover vain.
Her fairies climb the naked trees.
And set green cap6 on every stalk ;
Her primroses peep bashfully
From boideri of the garden walk;
And in tbe reddening maple tops
Her blackbird gossips sit and talk.
She greets the patient, evergreens,
she gets a store of ancient gold.
Gives tasselled presents to the breeze,
And teaches rivers songs of old
Then shakes the trees with stolen March winds,
And laughs to hear the cuckoo scold.
Sometimes to fret the sober sun,
she pulls the clouds across his face;
But finds a snowdrift in the woods.
Grows meek again and prays his grace;
Waits till tbe lost white wreath is gone,
And drops arbutus in thc place.
Her crocuses and violets *
Give all the world a gay "Gocd year I"
Toll irises grow tired ot green
And get themselves a purple gear;
And tiny buds tint lie asleep
On hid and field her summons hear.
She rocks the saucv meadow cups;
The sunset's heart anew she d'es;
She fills the dusk of deepest woods
With vague, sweet sunshine and surprise,
And wakes the periwinkles up
To watch her with their wide, blue eyes.
At last she deems her work is done,
And finds a willow rocking chair,
' 'ons spectacles of apple buds,
Kerchief and cap ol almonds rare,
.. id sits a very grandmother,
Shitting ber sunshine-needles there.
And when she sees the deeper sun
That ushers ba the happy May,
She sighs to think her time is past.
And weeps because she cannot stay,
And leaves her tears upon the grass.
And rums her lace, and elides away.
[Atlantic Monthly for April.
FOLJTICS. IN THE STATE.
BEP?BLICAN MEETING IN LATHENS-POLITICAL
MOVEMENT IN MARION-MEETING TN EDGE
FIELD-ACTION OF BARNWELL DI STRICT-LABOE
MEETING TN ABBEVILLE.
A Republican meeting was held at the court?
house on the 28th ult. The principal speakers
were Nelson Davis, colored; J. Crews, white,
and Y. J. P. Owens, white. After the speak?
ing the following nominations were made:
State Senator.-Y. J. P. Owens, white.
Bepresentative8.-Jos. Crews, white; Wade
Perrin, colored; Harry McDaniel and Griffin
Several large political meetings will soon
take place in the district. Thero is much ex?
citement, and great opposition is shown those
members of the convention who voted for the
homestead and stay laws.
A meeting of th9 citizens of Marion was held
at the Courthouse, last Saturday. Owing to
the fact that only a short notice had been
given, but few people were present.
C. D. Evans, was elected chairman, and W.
W. Braddy, Secretary.
The following resolutions were adopted :
1st. That it is expedient for Marion District
to be represented in the Conservative Conven?
tion to be holden in Colombia, on Thursday,
- t he 2nd of April.
2nd. That this meeting appoint W. S. Mu?-,
lins, J. Eli Grejrg, S. E. McMillan, W. J. Mc
Kerall, E. T. Stackhouse, B. G. Howard and
David LeGette,Relegates from this district.
3rd. That tue conservative citizens of this'
District are herehy earnestly requested to meet
at the Court House, on Saleday, to consider
what ought to be done in the present state of
our political affairs.
A meeting of Democratic citizens was held in
?Hamburg on the26th ult. Addresses were de?
livered by Judge Aldrich, Joe Black, Esq., Col.
D. Twiggs, and B. King, Esqrs. Resolutions
|were adopted, asserting that tbe South was not
driven to secession through opposition to the
Constitution of the United States, but from op
' position to the party which threatened its
guarantees, and BOW trample the instrument
under foot. ' Also, that the people of the Dis?
trict believe that the success of the constitu?
tional or Democratic party, will effect a com?
plete restoration of the Union, and this only.
Also, that a d?mocratie club for Hamburg
and the vicinity be formed, and that delegates
be sent to the Columbia Convention.
The club was then organized, with Major A.
J. Hammond as President, and Wm. Hill, W.
G. Harris, Benjamin Baird and James F. Ha?
The following delegates to the Colombia Con?
vention were appointed: Col. A. P. Butler, Ben?
jamin Baird, Esq., Lom's Schiller.
A meeting of citizens was held at the court
house on the 31st nit., for the porpose of form?
ing a Democratic dob. Besolotions were
adopted directing the preparation of a consti?
tution, and calling a meeting of the club for
Saturday next. Amory Coffin, Esq., was chair
man of the meeting, and C. E. J. Wood, eecre
A meeting of delegates from the vari?os
Democratic associations in the district was
held at the courthouse on Saturday last. Mr.
F. A. Connor was called to the chair.
General McGowan, after a few appropriate
remarks opon the necessity of organization,
and the policy, at this time especially, of con?
necting ourselves with the great Democratic
party, offered resolutions for the appointment
of a delegation to tho Coombia Convention,
recommending ali Democrats not disfranchis?
ed to regja?er their names as voters, and call?
ing a nxee.tmg for next sale day to receive the
report-bt tho. delegates to Colombia. The fol?
lowing delegates were appointed :
Hon. A.' Jtort. Major J. A. Leland, Dr. J. J.
Lee/. Colonel ,B. Z. Herdon, Colonel D. W.
Aiken, J. Mi?Att?nier,*W. A. Wickliffe, Colonel
M. 0. Taiwan, AD?. J.vW., Hearst, J. T. Parks,
Major R. AVGs?ffin? Colonel Samuel Donna ld,
General Jame^Qfllam, Colonel B. A. Fair, Cap?
tain James ?sg?/v W.-K. Blake. Esq., Rev. J.
N. Yoong. James S. Sideman. General P. H.
Bradley^ H.^^ance, T..W-. Biack, and F. A.
Connor. * ^ .
After due conference", it was deemed advis?
able to defer the organization of the District
Association until the adjourned meeting.!
THINGS IN WASHINGTON.
TEE ACT TO GAO THE SUPREME COURT-ITS SCOPE
AND EFFECT-ITS PASSAGE OVEB THE PRESI?
The House of Representatives on Friday last
passed over the President's veto ti-? bill to
destroy the appellate jurisdiction of the Su?
preme Coorfc io A abeas corpus oases. The Sen
ato having pressed the bill over the veto tbe
day before, it is now the law of the land, and
will be promulgated by the State Department
accordingly. Aa yet there has been no com?
plete text published of the. law itself, or the
important act which it repeals. The objec?
tions made by th* President in his message to
this bill are based upon the second section.
That section alone does not explain or enable j
one to understand its force and meaning. It
is as follows :
That so much of the act approved Februarv j
5th, 18G7, entitled "An act to amend an act t? .
establish the Judicial Courts of the United j
States," approved September 24.1789, as au- ]
thorizes :.n appeal from the judgment of the i
Circuit Court to the Supreme ?!ourt of the i
United States, or the exercise of any such juris- j s
diction bv said Supreme Court on appeau
which have been made, or may hereafter be
taken, be, and the same is hereby repealed.
Ihe section of the law which is thus repeal?
ed is in part as follows. In the first the act of
February 5, 18G7, provides :
That the several courts of the United States,
and the several justices and judges of such
courts within their respective jurisdictions, in
addition to the authority already conferred by
law, 3ball have power to grant writs of habeas
corpus in all cases where any person may be
restrained of his or her liberty in violation of
the constitution, or of anv treat? or law of the
Then, toward the close of the Bection, itpro
From the final decision of any judge, justice
or court, inferior to the Circuit Court, an ap
?eal may be taken to the Circuit Court of the
oited States for the district in which said
cause is heard, and from the judgment of said
Circuit Court to the Supreme Court of the
United States, on auch terms and under such
regulations and orders, as well for the custody
and appearance of the persons alleged to be
restrained of his or her liberty, as for sending
up to the appellate tribunal a transcript of the
petition, writ of habeas corpus, return thereto,
and other proceedings as may be prescribed by
the Supreme Court, or, in default of such, as
the judge hearing said cause may prescribe.
The, effect of this legislation is to deprive
any citizen of the country of the right to the
writ of ibeas corpus to be issued by aDy of
the courts of the United States within their
jurisdiction, or by any judge of su.h court in
the following case, that is:
Where any person may be restrained of bis
or her liberty in violation of the constitution,
or of any treaty or law of the United States.
IMPEACHMENT--CONVICTION ALLEGED TO BE
CERTAIN"-A BOLD BET-THE WADE CABINET
WARD AND CHANDLER-GEANT TO BE THROWN
OVERBOARD BT THE CHICAGO CONVENTION
APATHY OF DEMOCRATS IN REGARD TO DXPEACn
The Washington correspondent of the Bal?
timore Gazette writes under date of Sunday
Impeachment absorbs all other questions. It
is admitted to be a fixed fact, the only question
being when will Johnson be put out and Wade
be put in ?
On this point no day certain is fixed, but it
is to be accomplished, executed and over be?
fore the meeting of the Chicago Convention,
on the 20th of May.
It is said to-dav, however, that a Michigan
Senator offered yesterday to bet $100,000 ihat
Johnson would be out ?r-fore next Sat urdu j.
Quick work, indeed; but this "blood-letting"
Senator is the advance guard of the Kadical
Senate, and knows that the High Court of Im?
peachment, like the conspiracy tribunal, is "or?
ganized to convict."
The state of the new Wade Cabinet, as far as
made out this afternoon, is as follows: Stanton
is to remain Secretary of War: Schuyler Colfax,
to be Secretarv of State; Daniel E. Sickles, Sec?
retary of the Navy; Eben B. Ward, Secretary
of the Treasury, and E. B. Washburne, Secre?
tary of tho Interior; names familiar to the pub?
lic* except that of Ward, who his never been in
Eubhc lifo. He is one of the "solid" men of
.?troit, Michigau-was for years the steam?
boat king of thc Lakes, before western railroads
were built, and whe.i the great tide of travel
pasted from Buffalo up the Lakes to Chicago
and Milwaukee. He is now a heavy railroad
operator and proprietor of extensive mining
interests in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
on Lake Superior. Ward is a high protection?
ist in tariff matters.
With the incoming executive in his pocket,
and Ward at the head of the treasury as his
bosom friend, the Stuator from Michigan,
Zack Chandler, will "run the machine'' nita
full head of steam. With Chandler in lull
possession of thc Executive and Treasury De?
partments, when the Chicago Convention is
held Grant is to be thrown aside, as any nomi?
nee can then be elected.
The indifference of Democrats as to tho re?
sult of the impeachment trial is a remarkable
feature of present public opinion. As matter
of principle, of right and justice, they insist
and demand that the trial shall be conducted
with strict impartiality and judicial purity, but
so far as the lesult will affect Johnson per?
sonally, there is general apathy. They regard
him as having brought all his troubles on
himself, ns the originator of negro suffrage in
the South, and remember how, when Pro?
visional-Governor of Tennessee, nc prevented
It is not the purpose of the President's coun?
sel to even seemingly dodge any issue of fact
or law present ed by the managers on the part
of the House of Representatives. They have
stated it to be the wish of the President, as it
is their purpose, to meet squarely every ques?
tion involved-nor will they attempt, in any
manner, whatever to delay or protract the in?
vestigation. They declare it to be the inten?
tion of the defence to act in good faith in all
respects, and to move straightforward to a
conclusion of the trial as speedily as a proper
regard for justice will permit.
GENERAL HANCOCK'S ASSIGNMENT TO WASHING?
TON-THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT AND THE
RIGHTS OF NATURALIZED CITIZENS-PROPOSED
NEW TREATY-LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS DUBING
THE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL.
The Washington correspondent of the Balti?
more Sun writes under date of Sunday night:
The assignment of General Hancock to the
command of the new department of the Atlan?
tic has caused quite a flutter in Radical circles
and given a new impetus to the munchausen
manufacturers who so abound in this city. AU
sorts of improbable statements are being sent
off as to the design of the President in this
movement, and it has been deemed of euflcient
importance to call forth a resolution of inquiry
from the Senate as to tho authority of tho Ex?
ecutive for his action in tho premises. As be?
fore mentioned in this correspondence, tho au?
thority of the Executive to create military
departments is under bis general powers as
the constitutional commander-in-chief, and
has been invariably exercised from the founda?
tion of the government until now without any
question of bis right so to do being raised.
Tue State department has been recently in
correspondence with the British Government,
with a view to forming a treaty recognizing
the rights of naturalized American citizens,
and fixing definitely tho law of expatriation,
which has so long been an open question be?
tween the two governments. From the tenor
of the latest official dispatches received from
the British ministry, there does not appear to
be the elighest doubt that the adminis?
tration will succeed in bringing the vexatious
and sometimes threatening controversy to a
successful termination in a few weeks.
The treaty, as it now seems to be shaping,
will partake of the character and features of
the treaty just concluded between tho United
States and the North German Confederation.
In consequence of the anticipation that little
if any business will be transacted by the
House during the progress of the impeach?
ment trial, a large number of members have
left for their respective homes to look after
private business and engineer for a renomina?
The committee on elections have virtually
decided the Utah delegate case. Mr. Hooper
will lose his seat on the general ground that
Mormons are organized into a community hos?
tile to the government of the country. In tuc
testimony which was taken this morning in
th? case, it was proved that Hooper is an elder
in the Mormon church, and that all such offi?
cers aro obliged to take what is termed the en?
dowment oath. Affidavits were read of men
who had taken the oath, to the effect that it
required those who took it to hate the United
States Government, to do all in their power to
overthrow it, to teach this sentiment to their
children and impress it on their dying beda.
Mr. Hooper was given a chance by the com?
mittee to state he had never taken the oath, if
such was the fact, but be declined. Mr. Chan?
dler of New y.'rk has been selected to draw un
the report, and he is known to favor the up?
rooting of Mormon rule entirely.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
First Quarter, 31st, 7 hours, 17 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 7th. 2 hours, 8 miDUtes, morning.
Last Quarter. 14tb, 5 hour?, 20 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 22d, 3 hour, 12 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 2'Jtb, 1 hour?, 10 minutes, evening.
SllfCB 4 AP'L|
RISES. I BETS.
30 Monday....! 5..51
31ITuesdav.... 5.. 60
1 (Wednesday. I 5..49
Thursday... 5.. 47
Sunday.I 5.. 44
C.. 18 Morn. , Morn.
CIS 12..40 12..47
6.. 19 Morn. Morn.
C..20 2..32 3.. C i
C..21 I 3..17 4..15 t
C..21 4.. 2 5..IO
C..22 I 4..44 6.. 7
Consignees per .Northeastern Railroad
63 bales Cotton, 51 bbls Naval Store3, Lumber,
Bice, Moss, Ac. To Adams, Frost k Co, Caldwell k
ion, Williams & Co, Lengnick k Sell J Mann. Major
E A Egbert, Kendall k Dockery. Geo E Pritchert, T
li Webb, Johnston, Crews A Co, L Coben k Co, W K
Syan, Z Davis. Mazyck Bros. Geraghty, J M Eason
k Bro, H W Kinsman, L Bunch it bon, W Turtle,
A'ageoer, Heath k Monsees, B F blnunons and F A
LIVERPOOL-Per ship R C Winthrop-C37 bags Sea
Island and 2270 bales Upland Cotton.
PRuVTDiNCE, B I-Per steamship Vicksburg-966
bales Upbnd Cotton.
Trae Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1
CHABI.TRTOK, Wednesday Evening. April 1, '68. |
The inquiry commenced active, with a firmer ten?
dency in prices, Middling Uplands selling at the
opening, to a limited extent, at 27)?c. ? Ib., but the
staple kept hardening, and, with steadily improving
dispatches from Liverpool, the market became active
and excited, improving quite irregularly, but in
some cases from lal Kc. fl lb., closing with sellers
asking from 29a30c. 9 m. for Mldd'ings; sales near
2000 bales, of which about 300 were sold the evening
before-say 3 at 23; 63 at 24; 32 at 25; 116 at 25y ; lil
at 26; 72at26#: 159at26}?; 266 at 27; 182at27>i;
139at27X; 259 at 28; 23 at 23K; 47 at 29; and the
evening before, 53 at 23y; 43 at 25K; 123 at 20;,' ; IS
at 27, and 31 at 28. The market was too irregular
for reliable quotations to be given.
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Foreign Cotton Markets.
LIVERPOOL, March 14.-Corros-[From the
Brokera' C rcular]. Cotton has been In good de?
mand throughout the week, and with some excite?
ment. On Monday, owing to advices from New
York of reduced receipts, prices advanced considera?
bly. The market hus since been quieter, und in
general freely supplied, but quotations close above
the rates of "last week for almost every description.
Of Sea Islands, the sales have not been large, but ex?
treme prices are fully supported. American has
been in extensive demand, and on Monday had risen
>?d per lb. but during thu last tew days it hos been
more abundantly onered and rather easier, but closes
;4d to ",d above quotations ot Thursday hut. The
business "to arrive" coutiuues large, and at prices
subj-.ct to rapid fluctuation?. New York advices to
the 12th instant, quote Middling 25 cents, costing to
sel! lu Liver, ool 10,'^d per sailing vessel, 10?,'d per
steamer. In Brazil, a cood business has been done
at a slight advance, which is not lally maintained at
the ciosc Egyptian bas been in fair cemand
throughout the week, but being freely offered little
dango in prices cou Le quoied. Thc inquiry for
Las t India has been npon thc whole moderate, and
illhouch prices have, with thc general character o.
tho marl:et, improved ,'4d per lb. During the la-t
two dav6 the extreme advance is barely supported.
The latest quotations for cotton "to arrive" are:
American, basia of Middling, ?hip named, from sa?
vannah, loyd; Low Middling 9 13-16d. Mobile,
10 3-l?d and loyd; Low Middling lOd. New Or?
leans, 10:jd. Dharwar, good fair, early January
bailing, 8ijd; lair. February sidling, 8'4d. Dhol
lerab, lair, ship named, fd and 8;"d. O^mruwuttec,
cood fair, new merchants, January sailing, 8.'jd;
lair, new merchante ship named. fi'3d per lb.
The sales ol the week amount to 84,180 bales, in?
cluding 19,310 on speculation, and 13,240 declarea
lor export, leaving 51,630 bales to the trad-. Aftei
investigation, 25,000 balea have been added to the
previously estimated stock of East India cotton in
Liverpool. Friday, March 13-The sales to-day
amounted to 10,0.0 bales, including 1030 on sp?cula?
tion and for export, with prices rather lower than
BALES OF COTTON FOB WEBE ENfISO MAECH 12.
350 Sea Island.17 ?54 ]
- Ditto Stained...- (q?- j 14290 speculation.
21640 Upland..7tf@ll r
11660 Mobile. 8 ($10X 3180 export.
11990 Orleans.7J?(a)12.K I
8300 Pernam ? Par'b 8J?@12}? 1
1530 Rio (Santos).... 9Kfn)K>>4 1 2070 speculation.
630 Blaranham..l?>?@14J? ( 3170 expoit
1510 Bahia k Maceio. 93i@ll J
4540 Egyptian.9 ?33 I 1100 speculation.
400 Smyrna, 4c.... l%<&W%i 920 export.
550 S^? 4C- 9*iU* I *0 ?peculation.
- La Ouayra.- ?- J ^ e;DOr,
1350 Peruvian. 9?@12 ) w exporu
19640 Eaat Indian_6>?(g? 0}4\ 1810 apeculatiom
30 China i Japan. B%(g)- J 5610 export.
Prices declared for fair j j^rt,his week.
Mobile.IO?? I West Indies, fcc.... 4068
Orleans.11J? I East Indian.4818
" LONDON, March 14.-During tho early part of
tba week the cotton trade was excited, and prices ad?
vanced K'l to %d per pound. Since then there baa
been lesa animation, and at the close the quotations
show an improvement of ;,'d to ">4d per pound.
BOMBAY. March 7-The shipments of the week
have been 30,730 bales. The cotton trade is, how?
ever, rather less firm. Tho exports of cottou from
this port i rom January 1 to February ll. wore:
To Great Britain.94,070 100,107
Io Continent. 5.02U 2,636
MADRAS, March 10 -Western cutton is quoted at
0,V1 per pounu, cost and freight.
ALEXANDRIA, Februar/ 2X-The market has
been active and price* have rapidly improved. The
aggregate advauc: is about 2d per pound, wu.te and
fair produce bel u quoted at 10?4'd to Hit, and gp >d
fair to ll?.'dal 2d per pound, free on boaal. Tin
shipments ofcottou since Nov inber 1 bavu been:
To eireat Rritaiu.'Jd,l 0
MACON, March 30.-Corros.-After the reception
of the very ?avorable noon dispatches, a brisk trade
set in and all good cott< n offered was readiiv bought
at an advance of rally ono cent on Saturday's quota
lions-mildli'-'g- ruhng at 25c. Unfavorable later
dispatches caused all furber transa-tum* to cease.
The receipts and shipments lor thc week ending
tnis aiternoon has been ns follows:
Stock on hand Septem! er 1,1> 67.912
Received pist week.7:12
Received previous >y. 72,034-72,706 ,
Shipped past week. 732
Stock on hand lo date.8,550
MONTGOMLRY, March 2S.-COTTON-Thc sales
ind resales in our market durim; the last lew da) 8
imouut to about 150u bales, tho market U-day CIOE
ing very brm at the followvrgquotations:
Ordinary.22J.i@- tax poid.
Good Ordinary.?. .28;?fiji24 tai paid.
Low Middlings.25 (<?- tux paid.
Middlings.25^?- tax poid.
WEEKLY C?TTOS STATEMENT.
Stock September let. 560
Etereived pa?t week. 367
Shipped pa6t. 1,197
?tock on hind March 21st, J868. 9,245
SAVANNAH, March 31.-Corros.- The market
pened with a good demand, showing more disposi
ion on the part of buyers and seUers to meet on
jual terms. 1 he demand has been mostly for the
Jwer grades, and most of tb? sales have been made
n a basis ot 26c. lor Middling. As the day ad >*anced
ur market became firmer, on account of Liverpool
nd New York reportinz more active mnrket*. with
slight advance, thus showing a firm faith in the
staple. Towards the close of the day tho market be?
came very firm with an npward tendency, and buy?
We (rive the following as a fair quotation from ac?
tive sales: Good Ordinary 24K; Low Middlings 25J?;
Middling26; ?trict Middlings 26K
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, March 27.-COTTON-The sales
to-day amounted to 9000 bales, at prices showing an
improvement of fully Kc $ lb. We now quote Or?
dinary at 21Ka22Kc; Good Ordinary at 23Ka23??'c;
Low Middling at 24Ko2**?c; Middling at 25a-c, and
Sirict Middling at 25>ia-c.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock cn hand September 1st, 1807, (bales) 15,256
Arrived to-day. 1,366
Arrived previously. 591,449-592815
Cleared to-day. 210
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 80,212
WILMINGTON, March 30.-TURPENTINE--Is
a shade better, and we quote Bales of 346 bbla at
$3 25 for sott, and S2 for hard, per 280 lbs.
Spmrrs TUBPENTINE.-Market firm. Sales of 1O0
bbla at 61c per gallon.
ROSES.-The markot mles steadv. Sales of 522
bbla at $2 60 for No 2; S2 75, $3a3 75 for No 1, and
$4 50 for pale.
TAB-Is 6c nicher, and 410 bbls sold at $2 10 per
COTTON.-The market has ruled firm to-day, and
the price is a shade higher. Sales of 76 bales at
24>ia25c for mixed grades.
HAT.-100 bales Eaatern sold from wharf at $1 37 K
per 100 lbs.
Per steamer City Point, from Palalka, via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs French,
Mrs Aldritch, Mrs Tahnadge, Reynolds and lady, A
Guilds and lady, Runion and daughter, Hopping and
lady, Mrs Tvler, Mrs Wilder, Bigelow and lady, A R
Poet and lady, Mrs Foote, Mesara Clough, Smith,
Howard, Reynolda, W T Walker, Rector, Burhaus, J
C Clapp, Fitz Symons, Nichols, Keston, Bryce, H
Rutledge, Eastman, Hill, Breasted, Tyler, Stowe, J
D Fernandez, Mickler, Donaldson, Thouron, Hen?
derson, Brooks, and 6 deck.
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto and Rockville
Mra E Bailey, Mrs Reed, Mrs Fogarty, Mrs Butler,
Ml?S froud, Miss Newby, Miss Reeves, Miss J Fo?
garty, J Wright, T B Burger. Dr Scott, J Burley, J L
Seabrook, Jno May, J H Sams, L L* Chadwick, H T
Terrill, W W Reeves, Dani Mciver and son, J Fogar?
ty, Hugh Wilson, H G Loper, Wm Collins, W G Bay
natd, W S Hannahan, and IQ deck.
Port of Charleston. April 5?.
Brie WebBter Kelly. Haskell, Boston, 13 days. Ice.
To the Master and J M Duryea. The W S baa ex?
perienced heavy gales.
Steamer City Point, Adkins, Polatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah. 7 bales Cotton,
Ac. To J D Alaren k Cn, J B Togni, W M Lawton, S
W L 4 Bro, W B Williams, Gourdin, Matthiessen &
Steamer St Helena, Boyle, Edisto and Rockville.
4 bales Cotton and Mdze. To J H Murray, Byrnes
& Fogarty, Gaillard At Mlnort, J E Adger & Co, J O
H Claussen, W ? Mikell, and others.
Steamship Vicksburg, Burton, Providence, R I-Jno
Ship R C Winthrop, Stewart. Liverpool-Patterson &
Steamship Vicksburg, Burton, Providence. R I.
From this Port.
SchrN W Smith. Tooker, New Y'ork, March 28.
l p for this Port.
Sehr Bachei Vannemon, Vanneman, at New York,
Cleared for this Port.
Behr Oliver Ame-. French, at Philadelphia, March
The sehr S J Waring, .-milli, ir.-.m Charleston for
Boston via New York, waa at Holmes" Hole Mureil
The Fcbr RicharJ, Eui?inkl?, from thia port for
Portland, Mc, arrived at Holmes' Hole March 25th.
LIST OP VKSSKLS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT
ship Amelia Conner, sailed.Feb 12
Ship Richard tho 'Jhird, Scott, Bailed.Feb 28
rhe Moreno, Black, cleared.Feb 2S
The Eastham, Leach, up..March 12
ITie Wettcrhorn, Stinson, sailed.Feb
The Dorothea, Plambeck, soiled.March 10
Brig Webster Kelly, Haakslh cleared..March G
Sehr L S Davis, Bishop, cleared.March 20
Sehr Myrover, Hushes, cleared.March 26
Sehr U L Raymond, Higgins, up.March 27
Bark R W Godfrey, Godfrey, cleared.March 25
3chr Bachei Vanneman, Vanneman, up... .March 2S
Sehr Menewa, DisBOway, cleared.March 24
Kehr Carne Holmes, Holmes, up.March
Sehr Wapella,-. up.March 16
schrN w Smith, Tooker, np.March 21
sehr WapeUa, Hawkin?, up.March 27
Behr Oliver Ames, French, cleared.March 24
J?-FIRE DEPARTMENT.-FOR THE
better government of the Fire Department, the
Board of Firemasters have formed THREE FI BE
DISTRICTS within the city, whit "Til go into ope'
ration on the first of April:
DISTRICT NO. 1- IFarifj Nos. 1 and. The follow?
ing Engines will do fire duty in these ^\ ' --Steam
ers PALMETTO, YOUNG AMERICA. PB NIX, and
Hand-engines VIGILANT oed GERMAN.
DISTRICT No. 2-IFurdi Nos. 2 and 4.-fa mers
JE I NA, PIONEER; Hand-engines HOPE, S. NE?
WALL, and CITY ENGINES Nos. 5 and 7.
Meeting-street, from Calhoun to South Bay, the
dividing line, East and West
DISTRICT NO. 3- Wa rds Nos. 5,0,7and 8-Steamers
WASHINGTON. MARION; Hand-engines EAGLE,
and CITY ENGINES Nos. 8 and 9.
Calhoun-street the dividing line, North and South.
HOOK AND LADDER COMPANIES Nos. 1 and 2
will run to all fires.
The peal of St Michail's wid be discontinued and
the Wards struck.
If assistance is needed from any of tho other dis?
tricts other than where the fire may bc, the Word
will be struck requiring tho attention of engines in
If tho fire should ba an extended one, and the
services of the entire department required, the
ilarro bells will be struck twelve times.
The menbers of all companies are required to re?
pair to their respective eng.nc houses, subject to the
rules of their companies.
Any company violating the above regulations
irill be subjected to a fine of one hundred dollars.
By order of the Board of Fire Masters.
M. H. ? Al HAN,
March 20 15 Chief Fire Department.
ffiS-CITY TAXES.-OFFICE OF THE C1YT
TREASURER-Under the Ordinance to Raise Sup.
Men for 1868, Tax-payers arc informed that, during
he present month. Taxes on Real Estate must bo
laid ; aho, the Income tax spocifled in the first Bee
The fifth section reads
"Any person or persons, or corporations, failing to
lay thc taxes in the manner and at the times her. iu
jeforc prescribed, may be dont lo taxed at the option
)f Council. And it sh-ill be tue duty of the City
treasurer t o forthwith issue executions against the
joods, chattels, and other property of said pt-rson?
ir corporations', and lodge the said executions with
he City Sheriff, who shail immediately proceed fur
be coUectiot of the same, in the manner provided
jy Ordinaces tor ihe enforcement of executions."
Olllce hours from 9 A- M. to 2 P. M.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX?
PAYERS.- MA xOR'S OT? ICE, CH-lRLESTON,
TEBRUAR? 24, 1SC8.-The following notice is hcre
>y published lor the information of sit persous con
Whereas, m?ny of thc tax-payers of the City ol
marleston have not met their dues on the 15th inn!.;
md whereas the care of the city, thc properly and
lealth, comfort and lives of the people demand a
iroportio:iate contribution from each for the general
oed, it ia proclaimed that the delinquents must
promptly come forward, or be proceeded against ac
By order of the Mayor.
WM. W. BURNS, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Coune?.
NOTICE.-OFFICE OF CITY TREASURER,
HABLESTON, 8. C., 3d January, 1868,-Holders ot
oupons of the Fire Loon Bonds of the City of
laurieston, ore notitied that those due on the lat
istant win bo paid cn presentation at tho First
atioual Bank in this city.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
Jg H. KEliLEKS ?i CO.,
* DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET, OPPOSITE
HAVE ON HAND CHEMICAL FOOD, OE COM?
POUND Syrup of the Phosphates of Lime, Iron and
Soda, a superior tonic for invalida.
Aitken's Syrup of the Phosphates of Quinine,
Strychnine and Iron, the greatest tonic in use recom?
mended by the flist physicians.
Rational Food, in easily digestible diet for infants
Soluble Citrate of Bismuth for Dyspepsia.
Sballenberger's Fever and Ague antidote.
india Cholagogitc, for Chills and Fever.
Granular Citrate of Magnesia.
Mathew Caylua' Capsules of Citrate Iron and Copai?
ba, a French preparation of great reputation.
Asthma Cigarettes, an unfailing cure for Asthma.
Lyons' Periodic al Drops.
Stafford's Olive Tar.
Bardotte'B Worm Candy.
Bowand'B Fever and Ague Tonic, kc, kc.
February 22 thm
FOR THE HAIR,
It ia an elegant I tressing for the Hair.
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps thc Seal] i Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates tb : Roots of the Hair.
It forces the Hoi - and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair falling Out.
It keeps the Hail from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to its Original Color.
It brings out Ha r on heads that have been bald for
It is composed entirely of simple and purely vege?
It bas received over six thousand voluntary testi?
monials of its (xcehence, many of which are from
phyticiana in high stanton*.
It ls Bo:d in hr.'f-pound bottles (the name blown in
tho glass), by uggiats and Dealers in Fancy Goods
everywhere, at ( toe Dollar per Bottle. Wholesale by
Demaa Bornea fit Co.; F. C. W?lls & Co.; Schieffehn
& Co., New York.
GREAT HEALTH RESMiTIVE
BALM OF LIFE!
FOR ALL WHO ARE CONSUMPTIVE, OR ARE
SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRRITATION OF THE
LUNGS, WB ETHER THE COUGH HAS BEEN
OF LONG CONTINUANCE, OR OF RECENT
Ml! ELIXIR SPECIFIA
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOR
its wonderful restorative and curative qualities.
Under its stimulative influence, and by Its pen?
etrative agencs. thia health invigorating cordial ex
cites a genera] beneficial reaction, and disperses tbs
impermeable obstructions which prevent ac cese to
other rem?dies. While gradually reducing the ac*
companying constriction which attends the malady,
it reproduces the essential warmth and elastic vigor
of the respiratory v?asela, which, by this remedial
combination, promotes the healing proces? by which
relief and cure la effected.
Hemorrhage!! are arrested and cured, with every
other concurrent disorder.
As neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any
kind are employed in thiaPuhnonic Compound, and
the most a 'ak nous attention given to the quality
and medica] \alue of each component article which
constitute it, it ia confidently and conscientiously
recommended for its safety and reliability, without
restriction in generous, wholesome diet, or appre?
hension of renewed cold from ita effects.
For sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress,
Mrs. CECILIA RODRIGUES, northwest corner of
MEETING A>D SOCIETY-STREETS, and at the
PRICE SINGLE BOTTLE $1.25.
April 2 31
COD LIVER OIL.
rrvflE POPULARITY WHICH THIS MEDICINE
JL has obtained within the past few years is justly
merited. Ihr oil presented as WILSON'S ls in RB
purest, state; ls procured from fresh clean Livers
only of the Ga lus Morrhna, and a su -cessful method
hae been diet overed by which all the Iodine and
Bromine, BO n pessary tor the efficacy of the oil, ore
retained anim mire.).
COI' LITER OIL
Is recommend :d and prescribed by some of the most
eminent physicians of Philadelphia and elsewhere,
and approved by a large number of ladies and gentle?
men, wholeBaht ami retail druggists, merchants, in?
valid-, and ma ?y others who have been, on examina?
tion, convincer oi its rare excellence.
Thia Oil can ie obtained from all respectable Drug?
gists throughout the United States.
Office and Agency,
"WILLIAM M. WILSON'S,
No. 20!; Market-street, Philadelphia.
DO WIE & MOISE,
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
.Marou 7 3mOS
M A PES'
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME
RECEIVED THE HIGHEST PltUMlU.M
A WAK REU TO FERTILIZERS
AT THE FAIR OF 1I?E
HELD AT S KW YOltK, OCTOBER, 18G7.
TIIE EXAM-NIX i COMMITTEE ON FEP.TILI- I
ZEf?.u luis Fair reported'a s lo;lov.\s; '-Eutrv ?
No. 208-Etlt'l ILIZEtiS niamituetured by the Map.-*'
Super-Pliosphi.te of Lime and Guano Company are
decidedly 6rst in Oid*r of merit. The 'IMPROVED'
.sUPER-PHOSPHATE is the best article of its class
known to tb?- judges, while thc NITROGENIZED is
tully equal to tho best -i anufactured. TheseFertih
zers are eutitled to a first premium, as they are far
superior to all others in the Exhibition."
Analysis or Hapes' Nitrogenized .-uper-Phosphate
of Lime, exhibited at the American Institute Fair in
Sew York. Oct oocr 22d, 1867, made at the direction
cf tho Committee on Fertilizers:
Phosphoric Acid, solublolMoisture expelled at 212
in water.6.89 degrees.7.56
Pb?rohoric Acid, rn- Sand and Silica.6.C7
soluble m wuter.. .9.05 Nitrogenous Organic
sulphuric Acic.14.83 lYieldiui/ Ammonia, 2.62)
Jxido Iron and Silica. 3. :U AJkabheSal ts and loss. 1.05
The soluble Phosphoric Acid is equivalent to
11.35 per cent, of Bi-Phosphate ol Lime.
H. AV. KIN SH AV.
A'?ENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
February 22 31 No. 153 East Bay.
[S PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBEFRI C. H.,
at S3 per annum, and, having a lar^e circu
ation through all the upper and lower Districts ol
he State. nUoids great advantages to advertiser?.
Ent*s for advertising very reasonable-for which
pply to cur Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at the Mill
louee THOS. F. k R. H. GRENEKER,
30,000 FRANCS ! !
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FATR, London ; WORLD'S FAIB. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Parle;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
$6,000 IN GOLD).
At the recent International Contest in the Paria Ex?
^The public are invited to call and examine the re?
port of the Jnry on the merits of the great contest,
and see the official award to the Herrrm/J Patent
over all others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-Bt, New York.
FARBEL, HERRING 4 CO., 1 HERBING4 CO.,
Philadelphia. J. Chicago.
HERRING, FARBEL 4 SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on band by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9mo
g AMI EL R. MARSHALL,
IMPOSTES AND DEALEB IK
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, GUNS AND AGRICULTURAL
No. 310 KINO-ST., 3d DOOR BELOW S0CIE2T,
Sign of the Golden Gun,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 21 _3mo
TQRUGS AND MEDICINES,
FRESH BY EVERY STEAMER.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
Always on hand a large assortment of DRUGS,
Patent Medicines, Soaps, Perfumery, and Toilet
Physicians* Orders filled promptly and at the low?
est market rates.
E. H. KELLERS, M. D. H. BAER, M. D.
February 17 _sw ?
p M. MARSHALL Hi BROTHER,
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
, REAL ESTATE. STOCKS, 4c, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
SS-Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, 4c, every
Wrdnttday. _October 10
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
.Yo. 86 MA RKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, & 0.
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
derbhlrts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boote, Shoes, Hats and Cape, Trunks, Carpet Baca,
Valise?. 4c._February 6
jg L. BARRE.
REA*L ESTATE, STOCK AND EXCHANGE BRO?
No. HI East Bay,
January 1 ?mo
YTT I LL IS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMTrSlON MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND IO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domesti-j Ports) cf
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL SIORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. B. CHISOLM
rpHE OLD ESTABLISHED
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE,
.Yo. 344 KINO-STREET,
Between Society-street and George-street.
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
January 21 tuthsCmos No. 344 Eing-street
H. KELLERS ?CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET.
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES A.ND CHEMICALS
?CSTFEE-CEIPTIONS PCT UP WITH CARE.-??
January 3 tarts
J Y . "WESTERVELT,
REAL ESTATE AGENT. BROEER AND
NO. 35 BROAD-STREET.
Real Estate Securities, 4c, bought and sold on
commission. Particular attention ls paid io the
collection of Rents and other dues.
Mar.-h ll wfmlmo
SARATOGA SPRING WATER
ON DBAEGHT AT
DRS. RAOUL & LINAH.
March 30_ mwf6
DYER AND SCOURER,
CORNER CLIFFORD AND ARCHDALE STREETS,
Opposite Dr. Bachman's Church.
GEN : '8 COATS, VESTS, PANT8 AND HATS', OF
Cloth, Cassimere, Velvet, etc., Dyed, Cleaned,
AU orders executed with greatest dispatch.
March 31 tufm
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS, OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES,
Ste., rouEtantly on baud at the lowest market prices.
September 12 thinly
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COM
OFFICE CH ABLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO., 1
COBXEB BEGAD ANS EAST BAY STBEETB, f
CHABLESTON, SO. CA., March 10th, 1868. J
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CITY '
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at Inter- at 8 A.M., and at inter?
vals of ten (IC) minutes vals of ten (10) minutes
during tho day till the daring the day till 9 P.
last trip at 8.30 P.M. M.
N.K-Leave the Battery aa follows: Twenty (20) ^
minutes after the hoar, and ten (10) wfauia of the
hour, from 8.20 A.M., to 7.50 P.M.. except at ie?
(10) minutes of 9 o'clock, A. M. Every Other trip.
from the old Vo st office.
Leave Upper Terminus 1 Leave Lower Terminus -
at 7.30 AM., and at inter, at 8.05 A.M., and at inter?
vals of ten (10) minutes I vaia of ten (10) minute?
during the day till 8.20 I during the dav tfll 9 P.M.
N. B.-Leave the Battery at five (5) minutes after :
the hour, and ttiirty-Jive (36) aiinuf? after the hour,.
except at 9.05 A M., until 7.15 P. M. Every other
trip from the old Postoface.
Leave Upper Terminus I Leave the Lower Terni- -
at 9 A.M., and at inter- na?at9.30 A.M., and at
vaia of rifteen (15) min- intervals of fifteen (15)
ates tlU 7.00 P. M. min?tes till 7.30 P. M.
N.B.-AU the trips are to the Battery, until 6.15 P.
M. The last trip of each car to the old Postoffice.
Leave Upper Terminus I Leave Lower Terminus
at 9 A.M., and at inter-] at 9.35 AM., and at Inter?
vals of every twenty (20) vaia of everv twenty (20),
minut?e tlU 6.45 P.M. | minutes till 7.30 P.M.
N.Bj-AU the tripe are to the Battery, until 6.15 P.
M. The last trip of each car to the old Postoffice.
. S. W. RAMSAY,
January 22 _Secretary and Treasurer
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, (
CHABLESXON, S. C., March 30, 1868. t
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THE MAIL AND >
PASSENGER TRAINS on thia Road will run ^
Leave Charleston.......1.30P. M.
Arrive at Florence.7.00 P. M.
Leave Florence.3.30 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.9.00 A M.
These Train? connect with the Trains of the WU
laington and Manchester Railroad going North and
coming South, and with (he Trains of the Cheraw. -
and Darlington Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
OFFICE CHERAW AND DARLINGTON
CHERAW, MAECH 80, 1868.
ON AND AFTER THIS DAY THE TRAINS ON.
this Road will run as follows:.
Leave Florence daily (Sundays excepted) at 7.45 P.
M.-after arrival of trains from Charleston and Ring?
ville-and arrive at Cheraw at 10.30 P. M.
Leave Cheraw on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri-.
da*s at 8.00 A M., and arrive at Florence at 11.00
Leave Cheraw on Tuesdays, Thur sd aya and Satur?
days at 12.3" A. M (at night), and arrive at Florence
at 3.00 A M., in time to connect with Trains for
Charleston or Ringville. -
Passengers for Wilmington wiU take the 8.C0 A M.
Train from Cheraw. 8. s. SOLOMONS,
4tF"The Darlington, Florence, BeunettsvUe, che?
raw, and Wadesboro', N. C.; papera wiU give four
insertions. 0 March 30
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, Y
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 3L 1868. )
OS AND AFTER TH IS DATE, THE TRAINS
over this hoad will run as follows:
Leave Columbia at.4.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte at.:.11.00 P. M. .
Leave Charlotte at.ll.35 P. M..
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 A M.
Passengers taking this route, going North make
close connections at Greensboro', Weldon and Ports?
mouth, to all principal Northern cities.
as-Tickets optional from Grernaboro', either via
Danville or Raleigh; and from Portsmouth either
voa Bay Line or AnnomeBsie Route. Baggage checked
Connections made both ways with trains of the
Greenvale and Columbia Railroad. _
April 3 Superintendent.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
, GENERAL SUPEKINTENDENTS OFFICE, )
CHABLESTON, ti. C., March 26,1868. I
ON AND AFTER SUTDAY. MARCH 29TH, THE
.PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina
Railroad will ron as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 A.M.
Arrive nt Augusta.3.30 P. M.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.45 A. M.
Leave Charleston.6.F0 A. M."
Arrive at Colombia.:.3.60 P. M.
Leave Charleston.*..6.40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 A M.
Leave Augusta.6:00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. .3.10 P, Mu
leave Augusta.4.10 P*. Mi
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 AM.
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.;.6.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A M.
SUMMER VI IXE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville...5.16 P. M..
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.36 A. M
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave KingviUe...'.2..2.20 PJM.:
Arrive at Camden.Li?:.6.00P^M.
Leave Camden.,......5.10 AH.
Arrive at KingviUe...7.40 AM.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,.
March 27 General Superintendent
PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN .
Celebrated Preventive Lotion..
APPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED *
by the FRENCH MEDICAL FACULIY aa the only,
safe and inialliDle amul?te against Infection from >
Special Diseases. This invaluable preparation is
suited lor either sex, and has proved, fran ampie
experience, the most efflcienf and reliable Preven?
tive ever discovered, thus effecting a desideratnm
long sought for m the Medical World. Ii aped ac- -
cording to directions every possibility of danger -
may bc avoided; a single application will radically -
neutralize the venereal virus, expel aU impurities .
from the absorbent vest-els, aud render contamina- .
tion impossible. Be wiso In time, and at a vc*y email .
outlay, eave hours ot uotold bodily and mental tor?
This most reliable specific, BO universally adopt?
ed in the Old World, i? now offered tor sale for the
first time in America hy F. A. DEPORT ft CO., .
only authorize-) agents tor the United *tatef.
Price S3 per bottie. Lanie bottle, double (ixe, ?5. ,
The ueual discount to the trade. Sent, ?e .
ccrelv packed, on receipt of price, to any andre*?,
with direction* and puninUlet. Ky addressing to
. F. A. DUPOB1 ft CO.,
Sole Aaenu tor Dr. Elford'* P. L,
May 29 lrr No. 12 fiold Slr**!. York
PAINTS F?ll F ARMEES AND*
npHE GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT COMPANY :
J. ore now manufacturing the best, cheapest and -.
most durable Paint in use; two coats, well put on,
mixed vith pure Linseed OH, will last 10 or 15 years; ?
it is of a light brown or beautiful chocolate color,.
and can be changed to green, lead, stone, drab,
olive or cream, to smt the taste of the consumer.
It ni valuable for Houses, Barns, Fences, Carriage .
and Car-makers, Pails and Woodenware, Agricultural
Implements, Canal Boats, Vessels and ship's Bot-.
toms, Canvas, Metal and Shingle Roofs (it being fire
md water proof), Floor OU Cloths (one manufacturer .
laving used 5C00 bbl?, the past year), and, as a
paint tor any purpose, ia unsurpassed for body, du- .
rabili ty i elasticity and adhesiveness. Price 96 per -
t>bL of 300 lbs., which wiU supply a farmer for years
.o come, vt arran ted in all cases aa above. Send for -
i circular which gives foil particulars. None genuine
?nleaa o rand ed in a trade mark Grafton Mineral Paint.
HOLMES it CALDER, Asenta,
December 13 fmwSmo* Meeting-street
THE TRI-W KEELY NEWS.
PUBLISHED IN WTNNSBOBO' 8. C., AFFORDS.. .
profitable medium for the advertising pub
ic ol Charleston.
We respectfully solicit their patronage for os
GAILLARD, DES PORTES & WILLIAME