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NEWS BETNG THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
^RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEES, ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
MCKAT & CAMPBELL will sell this dar, at
.10 o'clock, at their salesrooms, No. 136 Meet
ius-street, spikes, nails, hinges ard Spring
CAMPBELL, KNOX & Co. will sell this dav, at
10 o'clock, at their cash auction house, No. 55
,Hasel-3tteet, notions, hosierv, pant stuns,
dress sroods, &c.
N. HUNT & 5sON will sell this day. at 10
o'clock, in their salesroom, No. 142 Meeting
street, boots, shoes, brogans, gaiters, Ac.
J. A. ENSXOW & Co. will eell this day, at
.11 o'clock, at the new customhouse, cboice
Cuba clayed molasses.
I. Y: WESXEBVELT will sell this day, at ll
o'clock, at No. 35 Broad-street, law books, fur?
CLLTFOBD & MATHEWES will sell this day, at
10 o'clock, at their office, No. 56 Broad-street,
work mule and horses.
B. M. MABSHALL & BBO. will sell thia day,
at 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad-street, horses,
mules, gig, sets harness, furniture, entry clock,
lot of crockery, Ac.
THE Mm"?? of the Board of Trade who
have not obtained tickets for themselves or
x guests, can obtain the same by applying at the
? Charleston Hotel clubroom this afternoon.
THE BEAUFORT NOMINEE for Congress, in
..opposition to Bowen, referred to in oar last
r issae, was not General A. H. Brisbane, as stat?
ued, but Bev. W. H. Brisbane.
A BAFFLE for first-class stoves, to aid Sa
?? charitable object, comes off at Messrs. Came?
ron, Barkley & Co.'s establishment, Meeting
street, next Saturday, without fail. A few
. chancee remain on taken.
PERSONS WANTING EMPLOYMENT are referred
to the advertisement of the National Publish?
ing Company, in another column. They.offer
inducements to agents to sell Hon. A. H.
; Stephens' great book on the war.
THE CIT? COUNCIL OF COLUMBIA. -General
. Can by has ordered the present Mayor and
-Council to continue in office until further or
. ders. Messrs. F. W. Wing and C. F. Bernsen
have been appointed to fill vacancies occasion
- ed by the death of Aldermen Stork and Hitch
? cock. _i
A HANDSOME PRESENT.-We noticed yester?
day, at Mr. Hayden's jewelry store, corner
King and Hasel streets, a superb silver fire?
man's trumpet. This beautiful piece of work?
manship is from the renowned establishment
. of Tiffany et Co-, in New York, and is to be pre
. elated to one of the officers of our effective
.firemen's organization; but wa are not at liberty
- to divulge the name of the favored one. It is
to be a surprise. Go and see it.
ASSAULT ON A POLICEMAN.-Yesterday after?
noon a colored girl quarreled with a storekeep
.. er in Calhoun-street, near Middle, and during
. the altercation Policeman O'Brien was called in
to quell the disturbance. Mos*? Smith, a col
- ored man, interfered, and threw O'Brien on
-the pavement, catting his head badly on the
? curb. He was arrested, and will answer for
the assault this morning.
SARGENT.-The change in the weather in
. duced a larger attendance at the Hibernian Hall
last night, and the audience were delighted
with the feats of legerdemain displayed by the
Professor. The set of cottage furniture which
was displayed in the portico of the hall during
the morning waa won by Mrs. P. Pickett, No.
143 Meeting-street. Sargent will continue his
, performances daring the week, and to-morrow
?- afternoon at three o'clock will give a matinee
-. for the benefit of the Ladies' Benevolent Asso
. elation. ,
MUBDEENZAR GEORGETOWN.-A Georgetown
. correspondent writes us: "On Friday morn?
ing, the 10th instant, information was received
from North Island of a strange murder. It
appears that Frank Morse (white), and Wil
/liam Mitchell (colored), both pilots on the bar,
were strolling on the island towards what is
known as "Lookout Hill," where the pilots
fre?jjiently resort to sweep the ocean. Morse
. carrying a double barrel gun, approached a
? dense swamp, in which he entered, ostensibly
to hunt wild hogs, inducing Mitchell, who car
. ried no arms whatever, to accompany him.
For some unexplained reason, before they
. emerged from the swamp, Morse had shot
Mitchell in the back, killing him instantly,
leaving his gun and his knife by the side of the
deceased. Mitchell was considered one of the
best pilots on the bar. He has left many
friends, both among white and colored, to la?
ment his death. A jury was empanelled by
acting Cor OD ?r J. B. Anderson, and a verdict
in accordance with the above fact was render?
ed. Morse" is under arrest.''
THE AMBROSIAL ASBXET AGAIN.-Mr. Ashley,
M. C., delivered another of his series of elocu?
tionary thunder-storms at the Citadel Green
yesterday. Unfortunately for himself, there
was an exceedingly uncomplimentary attend?
ance of only one or two hundred colored men
. and boys. His sweetness, therefore, was ut?
terly "wasted on the desert air." Mr. Ashley
was hoarse, very hoarse, so hoarse that he
.i could not be heard ten feet from the ilattorm,
.but he compensated for the deficiency by ;oinr
'ing in the most vigorous and miscellaneous
manner at "the flag," proclaiming at the same
'time, with as much vociferousness as his pul?
monary viscera would allow, that "without the
flag and the party, the country would go to the
devil!" This was the som and substance of
.bis speech. He ran his hand through the ton?
sorial hair oil with as much energy as at any
time within the last fifteen years, but he was
tlike an empty bombshell. Ashley is no lon?
ger jpmortaJ. They laid him to rest in Wash?
ington some time ago, and Sooth Carolina ne?
groes were perfectly satiated on Monday night
that it would be useless to resurrect him. So
.many better speeches are made every day in
-the week by intelligent men of their own race
.?than tbose of Impeacher Ashley, that he will
depart hence like a shadow "and leave no trace
HOTEL ARRIVALS-Pavilion Hotel.-J. W. '
Hewlet, Mt. Holly, S. C.; B. T. Bardin and J.
V. Bardin, DeWitt'6 Bluff, S. C.; B. Johnson,
Barnwell, 8. C.; W. A. Colclough, Penfield, Ga.;
Thos. Mahon, Cokesbury, S. C.; M. Maroo, Ly?
dia, S. C.; E. Cope, Bonne tts ville; B. Stokes,
Colleton; C. B. Farmer and daughter, Colle
ton; H. Thompson, Spartanburg; W. S. Utsey,
Charteslon HoleL-S. W. James and wife, At
'lanta; H. Bichmond, Boston; S. M. Drake, Ea
tonville, Ga.; A. G. Mandel, New York; Wm. H.
Scott, Augusta; Sam! F. Allen, New York; C.
D. Owens, New York; W. W. Harlee, Marion,
S. C.; W. B. Gilet, Wilmington; Dr. C. M. Par?
ker, Darlington; Jas.Oppovein, T. S. Copper
and Mrs. Taylor and son, !>. w York; G. W.
Sancet, Jacksonville, Fla.; ?. H. Ludington,
JJ. 6. army; Wm. Patton, wife and child,' Now
York; Mr. Thomas and two others, Maine; P. j
A. Walsh, Colombia; Jas. LV Bichmond, Fair* '
field; Dani McCullough, Fairfield; D. F.
Brewster, Newnan, Ga.; M. W. Smith,Loacha
, paka, Fla. ; W. &. Funderburk, Lancaster, 8.0.'
THE ELECTION-ITS INCIDENTS, ATC.-Either
the prohibitory order of the military, causing
a general cioaing of the bar-rooms, or the
spirit of peace, which is a characteristic cf
Charleston, ycierday induced the voters of
all classes, colors ana previous conditions, to
go quietly to the polls, deposit their tickets
and withdraw. Although the polls were kept
open for an unusual length of time, there
was no disturbance; and beyond a slight
crowding in the upper wards, where the voters
are numerous, the election did not appear
to excite much attention. The "blue ticket"'
was decidedly the favorite, and the Union
Leaguers sustained their candidates in full
force. A few of the colored voters, however,
remained *rue to the community in which they
were horn and bred, and voted the small white
ticket bearing the words "Against Constitu?
tion." In some cases the Republican voter
1 'scratched" the names on their party ticket
and substituted others. In the lower wards
the name of Ephraim Blake,' a well known
colored man of this city, was extensively sub?
stituted for that of C. C. Bowen, the Badical
nominee for Congress, and a large number
voted the improved ticket. Bets were freely
offered on Ephraim, and this incident caused
some merriment and excitement.
Every effort had been apparently made by
the managers and the board of registration to
have the election conducted fairly; but at
several of the polia the managers were entire?
ly too officions in taking tickets from the hands
of voters and depositing them in the ballot
boxes. Every voter ha? a legal right to de?
posit his own ballot, and though the managers
plead orders from "headqaaaters," they are
undoubtedly wrong. It was only in the polls
of Ward No. 4, the Hope and Stonewall engine
houses, that thess breaches of decorum oc?
curred; but we trust that it was a mistake
which will soon be rectified.
The day passed off more quietly than has
been the case in former elections; there was
but little crowding, and though the voter was
compelled in a few instances to wait his turn,
it was done without complaint.
The following was the number of votes cast
yesterday at the different polls. The total result
and class of the voters will not be known until
the close of the election:
Whites. Col'd. Total
Wardl.92 202 294
Warda..138 353 491
Ward 3-1st Precinct.138 21T 365
2d Precinct.83 112 195
Ward 4-2d Precinct. 86 211 297
Wards 5 and 7.178 397 575
Warda 6 and 8.270 687 957
Total.893 1977 3164
From the Hope Engine House, Ward No. 4,
we have not received returns.
ASHLEY AMONG THE GERMANS-HE IS MCCH
LT SNUBBED.-On Monday evening, after the
speech-making at the Club House, Ashley and
Mackey, finding that the mountain (in the
shape of white men) would not come to Ma?
homet, del ' mined that Mahomet would go to
the moonta i. They accordingly made a de?
scent upon J party of our German citizens,
who, in the-tcoat private manner, were with
their wives; und sweethearts enjoying the
pleasures of Terpsichore at a select ball in their
Turnverein Hill, on Eing-streel. Greatly as?
tonished at this rude invasion, and perhaps
perplexed at the lack of courtesy which led a
party of men to brea! unbidden into their en?
tertainment, one of the Germans inquired
what they wanted. Ashley said he wanted to
make a speech on the political issues of the
day; and intimated that he was very fond of
Germans, and death on Bologna sausages.
One of the managers of the ball intimated
back that the ambrosial impeacher had evi?
dently got into the wrong hotel, and they
1 "didn't want no sich." Mr. Ashley was further
informed that the Germans of Charleston wero
white men, and not in the habit of being in?
truded upon in their private entertainments
by peregrinating politicians. The managers
then turned their backs upon the party and
left them to their own reflections.
On receiving this very emphatic snub, it is
stated that the illustrions M. C. looked as if he
had been "bottled np" and wanted air, whioh
be speedily found by putting himself vehe?
mently down stairs.
Mr. Ashley is truly unfortunate. A few
months ago he loomed up like a lighthouse.
The newspapers advertised him free of charge
all over the country. Then the Washington
correspondents began to skin him olive, and
didn't leave enough of bis corporosity, politi?
cally, to make a respectable funeral The im?
peaching process began, and he was left ont in
the cold. When the lovely Butler took his
place, Ashley took to the stump. He turns np
in South Carolina. The whites won't hear
him; the colored people only applaud when he
make.? faces, and his audiences "grow small
by degrees and beautifully less." He intrudes
on a German ball to make a speech, and is
told inferentially that although he may be the
immortal Jeenis Marshall Ashley, a Virginian
so-called, named after ono of our big rivers, a
very polite sor^f a member of Congress and
all that, thoy nevertheless prefer to select their
company, and iu doing so invariably choose a
MAYOR'S COUE.T YESTERDAY.-AS a result of
the order dosi ig bar-rooms, there was little
done at this court yesterday.
One white female who scorned to obey the
prohibitory laws, took a drop too much, and
was assigned quarters in the guardhouse for
the night and charged $10 in the morning.
A white mac. who was charged with disor?
derly conduct in an Elliott-street boarding
house was charged So, and the keeper of the
house, who was very noisy and disrespectful in
the courtroom, was charged the same amount.
The other cases before the court were trivial,
and uo fines were imposed.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA SOCTETY.-This time
honored organization, which, in times past, has
been so efficient an agent in works of charity,
celebrated its 131st anniversary yesterday
Owing to the changed condition of the
times, a fingal collation was substituted for
the grand annual dinner, the members having
resolved to apply the reduced means of the
society to assist the distressed. The following
officers were elected for the ensuing year :
Hon. WM. D. PORTEE, Steward.
.Hon. P. C. GAILLARD, Senior Warden.
tHon. L w. HAYNE, Jnnior Warden.
FRANCIS LANCE, Clerk.
EVAN EDWARDS, Treasurer.
Constables-Lue Howard, James C. Jervey.
Committee on Charity-Richard ?eadon, A. E. Mil?
ler, George H. Ingraham, Jacob S. Schirmer, Rev.
W. B. Yates, James Copes, iEdward McCraUy.
* Ftc? Hon. Charles Macbeth, resigned,
t Fice Hon. P. C. Gaillard, promoted,
t To AU vacancy occasioned by the death ot J. R.
EPISCOPAL CHUBCH ELECTIONS.-We have re?
ceived the following additional returns :
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, BADCLTFFEBOBO'.
Vestrymen-General James Simons, C. B.
Brewster, J. D. Aiken, W. L. Trenholm, Thoa.
M. Hanckel, Thos. Y. Simons, J. L. Honour.
. Wardens-Dr. W. T. Wragg, F. S. Holmes.
ST. DAVIDS, CHEBAW.
Vestrvmen-W. Godfrey, E. Y. Waddill, C.
Eollock, J. W. Harrington, G. W. Duval!.
Wardens-James Gillespie, T. E. Powe.
Delegates to Diocesan Convention-T. E.
Powe, W. Godfrey, E. J. Waddill, Henry Mc?
TBESTTY CHUBCH, COLUMBIA.
Wardens-Dr. M. LaBordo, A. R. Taylor.
Vestrymen-Wade Hampton, John 8. Pres?
ton, Dr. Wm. Beynolds. J. P. Thomas, E. H.
Heiniteh, J B. Palmor, Thomas Taylor, Dr. B.
W. Gibbes, Clark Waring, Dr. E. D. Smith, A.
C. Haskell, Thomas E. Gregg, Thomas Davis.
The Charleston Saviags Institution.
LABOE 8AXE OF STOCKS AND BONDS.
In pursuance of the decree made in the case
of Roye et al., vs. the Charleston Savings In?
stitution, a large crowd assembled yesterday
morning in the courthouse to attend the pub?
lic sale of its assets. Nearly every broker and
banker in the city was present, and with the
representatives of sundry other monied inter?
ests, the depositors in the institution, and the
age nts of the capitalists of New York, Phila?
delphia, Baltimore, Augusta, Savannah and
other places, constituted an arabesque pattern
of humanity, such as is rarely seen gathered
in this section, at least within the four
walls of one apartment. Certainly the
old courtroom must have been aston?
ished at the strange invasion, for the bailiffs
themselves officiated, staff in hand, called
"order in court" with their habitual reverence
for the place, and insisted that Broad-street
should take off its hat to the sanctity of the
surroundings-which it did. The occasion,
therefore, was an exceedingly nice and proper
one. It savored of the cocked hats, silk stock?
ings, and snuffy ceremonials of just one hun?
dred years ago. The jolly auctioneer himself
appeared subdued, and painfully embarrassed
because he couldn't crack the usual jokes,
while the proceedings themselves were charac?
terized by a mathematical solemnity-a sort of
"twice two is tour" precision-which made one
doubt whether it was proper even to sneeze.
At eleven o'clock James Tupper, Esq., the
Master in Equity, filed in, accompanied by the
treasurer of the institution, the clerks,
scribes, and auctioneer. The former occu?
pied the judge's seat, and the latter the desk
of the olerk. Instantaneously everybody came
to order; cigars were quenched, and pipes
found a sepulchre in BU miry cavernous pockets.
A silence like that of "sentence day"-when
some poor devil is brought ap to hear the
judge say he must be severely "hung by the
neck until he is dead, dead, dead"-fell upon
the crowd, in the midst of which the criers
called "order in the court.'' and the master an?
nounced that the sale would proceed subject
to the following conditions :
Terms-For the personal assetB, cash. For
the real estate, one-third cash; the balance
payable in three equal successive annual in?
stalments, with interest at the rate of seven
per cent, per annum, secured by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the premises. Pur?
chasers to pay for papers and stamps. The
public securities will be sold in amounts to
snit purchasers6 The private securities will be
The master also stated that, to accommodate
all parties, and especially the depositors of the
institution, the securities would be offered in
lots to suit purchasers.
The following are the names of the purcha?
sers, prices and amounts :
SAVANNAH, ALBANY AND GOLF RAILROAD
BONDS, $500 EACH, GUARANTEED BI THE CITY
OF SAVANNAH, GA.-George Parsons, twenty
bonds at 70; Cohen & Son, twenty at 70; E.
Thaver, twenty at 70: Cohen Sc Son, twenty at
70; C. O. Witte, ten at 70*; Cohen & Son, ten
SOOTH CAROLINA RA rr .ROAD BONDS, $500 EACH.
H. H. DeLeon, four bonds at 76$.
ONE HUNDRED AND THREE CHARLESTON AND
SAVANNAH RAILROAD BONDS, $500 EACH, GUAR?
ANTEED BY THE STATE.-H. H. DeLeon, twenty
bonds at 33; H. H. DeLeon, twenty at 34; H.
H. DeLeon, t went vat 35; H. H. DeLeon, twenty
F.t 85: H. H. DeLeon, twenty-three at 38.
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY NORTHEASTERN
RATT.ROAP BONDS, GUARANTEED BY THE STATE,
S500 EACH.-John S. Bvan, ten bonds at 71J;
John S. Byan, four at 71; M. P. O'Connor,
twenty at 70*; L. Mowry, ten at 66; Lowndes &
Grim ball, ten at 66b; D. McKay, ten at 66b: E.
rhayer, ten at 66$; W. Ufferhardt, five at 60$;
J. H. Wilson, ten at 67$; E. Thayer, ten at 67;
J. M. ShaoKOlford, twenty at 68; A. M. More?
land, six at 68; D. McKay, fifteen at 68.
THIRTY MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON h'.rutoAD
BONDS, $1000 EACH (first mort gage).-Cohen &
Son, ten bonds at 81; Cohen & Son, ten at 84;
D. 1>. Ahrens, two at 84$; E. Thayer, eight
EIGHTY CITY OF AUGUSTA BONDS, $1000 EACH.
L J. Gregg, ten bonds at 64$; J. J. Gregg, ten
it 63; J. J. Gregg, ten at 63; J. J. Gregg, ten
it 63$; J. J. Gregg, ten at 64; J. J. Gregg, four
it 64; Cohen & Son, one at 63$; J. M. Shackel
.ord, five at 63; S. Black, two at 62$; J. J. Bhv
lenburg, two at 63; A. M. Moreland, three at
324; G. B. Curry, ten at 62; Cohen St Son, three
THIRTY-THREE CITY OF AUGUSTA BONDS, $500
EACH.-A. M. Moreland, six bonds at 63; W. S.
Bastie. five at 63; J. F. Ficken, two at 63; W.
a. Whilden, four at 63; G. P. Curry, sixteen
SEVENTEEN CITY OF AUGUSTA BONDS, $250
EACH.-B. Garrety, seventeen bonds at 63.
ELEVEN CITY OF SAVANNAH BONDS, $1000
EACH.-Hibernian Society, one bond at 72;
Leitch & Brans, four at 71$.
CITY OF SAVANNAH BONDS, $500 EACH_J. D.
Ford, 6 at 73$; Cohen 4 Son, 14 at 73$; 8. W.
Fisher, 7 at 75$.
?STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA BONDS (OLD), $1000
EACH.-L. Gatubrill, 10 at 47*; J. D. Ford, 10 at
15$; L. D. DeSaussm-e, 10 at 46; J. M. Shackel
Tord, 5 at 46; Z. B.Oakes, 5 at?46; W.G.Whilden,
5 at 46; W. B. Smith. 10 at 46; Cohen A- Son, 1
it 46; A. M. Moreland. 10 at 46j; J. H. James,
LO at 48 j; Jno. Campsen, 1 at 49; Z. B. Oakes, 2
SHARES OF SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD AND
SOUTHWESTERN RAILROAD BANE, FAR VALUE
?125 EACH.-J. H. Wilson, 50 shares at 30; Eilis
6 Bro., 50 at 31$; Ellis & Bro., 50 at 314; M.
Hastings, 20 at 32$; A. M. Moreland, 50 at 31$;
Bilis & Bro., 50 at 31$; Cohen & Sou, 50 at 311;
Ellis & Bro., 25 at 314; J. H. Wilson, 50 at 8L?;
P. Brisberham, 10 at 314; S. C. Black, 25 at SH;
Patrich Dumarant, 20 at 32; J. H. Cathcart, 6*0
it 315; P. Breshnan, 10 at 31*; W. B. Smith, 50
it 81$; W. B. Smith, 50 at 31$; J. H. Wilson, 50
at 31$; C. F. Hanckel, 50 at 31?; G. W. Wil?
hams, 50 at 31*; W. B. Smith, 50 ?t 31$; W. B.
Smith, 50 at 81$; G. W. Wilhams, 50 at 315; J.
H. Cathcart, 50 at 315; W. B. Smith. 50 at 315;
G. W. Williams, 50 at 315; J. H. Wilson, 50 at
32; J. H. Wilson, 20 at 82; J. H. Cathcart, 50 at
32; ?. Seckendorf!", 20 at 324.
THIRTEEN SHARES OF C A MD EN BRANCH, 8OUTH
CAROLINA RAILROAD, PAR VALUE $100 EACH
Ellis & Bro., 36.
ONE THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTEEN
SHARES SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD (NEW IS?
SUE), PAS VALUE FIFTY DOLLARS EACH.-Ellis
k Brother, one hundred shares at 15$; G. W.
Wilhams one handred, at 15.}; S. C. Black,
flfty at 155; C. Bart, fifty at 15$; J. Comings,
one hundred at 155; N. S. Hart, fifty at 15i; T.
?'Brien, Srty at 15?; G. W. Williams, one hun?
dred at 15?; M. C. Mordecai, one hundred at
15*; W. G. "Whilden, fifty at 155; J- F. Ficken,
fifty at 155; & H. Hart, fifty at 15$; C. H. West,
one huudred at 155; C. H. West.'one hundred
it 155; J- H. James, one hundred at 155; W.
Ufferhardt, sixty-three at 15$.
ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHT THOUSAND SIX
HUNDRED AND FIFTY CITY oe CHARLESTON SIX
PER CENT. STOCK.-John Hurkamp, Sli530 at
10; A. N. Elfe, $730 at 41; J. C. Blolim-, $2810
it 42; L. Buck ior H. Boozer. 83000 at 444; John
S. Horlbeck, $2000 at f an Hurkamp,
tlOOO at 42; A. W. Jagei . ?JOU at 42; F. Wine
uaullv, $1520 at 41; P. Breashan, $1581 at 424;
J. F. Ficken, S20U0 at 41*; Ufferhardt, $2000
it 40$: E. J. Beard, $1000 at 405; W. J. McKin?
ley, $2000 at 404; E. Pappiu, $1000 at 404; P.
C. Guerin, $1000 at 404; C. Amme, $2000 at 40;
H. Sackendoff, $2000 at 40; Z. B. Oakes, $2000 at
t?); D. B. Allerder, $2000 at 40$; F. Police, $1200
it 404; J- Wohlburn, $2000 at 404; A. Stelling,
?2000 at 404; A. M. Moreland, $2000 at 40?; G.
W. Williams, $5000 at 40$; C. Bart, $1000 at
t0?; John T. Tiedeman, $1000 at 40J; F. Dier
uan, $500 at 404; J- S. Hanckel, $2000 at 404;
M. Sackendoff, $1000 at 404; E. Thaver, SS000
at 404: J. T. Midigan, $1000 at 404; John Slat?
tery, 5950 at 40i
The sale adjourned at half-past two until
this morning at eleven o'clock. We would spe?
cially advise the depositors in this institution
to attend the sale of these assets, as, by the
order of the Chancellor, they are authorized to
protect themselves in the distribution of its
assets by purchase. We would also add that
the interest accruing upon the city stock will
enable them to pay their taxes at a very re?
duced rate. The city stock, so far, has aver?
aged less than forty-two per cent., and the
interest upon par valuation reduces the amount
within the reach of all.
To THE LADIES.-Mrs. M. J. Zernow has
established a reputation in Charleston as one
of the most tasteful and enterprising milliners
in the community. Shs opens to-day a very
handsome assortment of goods, and those who
desire a "front seat" should go early.
BILL OF MORTALITY.-Betarn of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston for the week ending
April 11th, 1868.
Brain, Ramollissement of..
Dropsy from Hepatic Disease...
Injuries received on S. C. R. B..
Whites, 5; Blacks and Colored, 9-Total 14.
Under 1 year of age... 1
Between land 5 yrs... 1
Between 5 ond 10 yrs.. 0
Between 10 and 20 yrs.. 2
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 3
Between 30 and 40 yrs.. 1
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 2
Between 60 and 60 yrs. 1
Between 60and TO yrs. 0
Between 70 and 80 yrs. 1
Between 80 and 90yrs. 2
Between 90 and 100 yrs. 0
Over 100 years of age... 0
Office of City Registrar, April 14, 1968.
GEORGE S. PtLZEE, M. D., City Registrar.
NOTICES rn BATTKEDTTCT.-Moo tinga of the
creditors of the undermentioned bankrupts,
prove debts and choose assignees, will be held
at the office of the Registrar, Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, No. 72 Broad-street, on the days and
at the hours named :
Date. I Hour.
Apl. 30 9 A.M. Benbow, W. W..
Apl. 30 10 A.n. BIRups, R E.
ApL 20 ll A.n. Bochett, Wm. H., Jr..
ApL 30 13 M. Benbow, P. G.
ApL 30 1 P.M. Mahon? r, Jno. H -
Apl. 20 3 P.M. Hodge, B. E.
ApL 20 3 P.M. Bennett, Geo. A..
ApL 31 S A.M. White, M. J.....
ApL 31 10 A.M. Simmons, Arthur B...
ApL 21 l P.M. Leeeene, W.;T.
ApL 21 11A.M. Cut ano, David W.
ApL 21 12 M. McConnell, John T...
Apu 31 3pic Nelson 8. Warren.....
ApL 23 9 A. M. Harria, B. B.
Apl. 33 10 A.M. Brock, J. O.
ApL 22 ll A.n. HoRaday, J.J.
Apl. 33 13 M. Qrie?, Geo. D.
ApL 23 3 P.M. Brochette, B. M..
ApL 22 8 P.M. Brown, J. B.
ApL 33 1 P.M. Way, T. A.
ApL 33 9 A.M. Harper, Jno. D.
ApL 23 10 A.M. Owens, Geo. X.
Apl. 33 ll A.M. Leman, W. W.
ApL 33 13 x, Trottt, S. W..
ApL 33 1 P.M. Martin, Robert.
May 14 9 A. M. Armstrong, Archibald.
May 14 10 A.M. Buahing, George C..
May 14 11A.M. Guyton, Nathan H....
May 14 13 M. Ford, F. Vf. ? J. W...
May 14 2 P.M. Wardlaw, Wm. A..
May 14 1 P.M. Benton, W. Allen.
May 15 9 A.M. Wood, Jas. N.
May IS 10 A.M. Cooper, Bob't E.
May 16 ll A.n. Huger, Soseph A..
May 15 1 P.M. Baker, Charles RF...
Of vhat pieux.
Wright's Bluff I
Wright's Bluff I
Wright's Bluff I
Wright's Bluff I
Wright's Bluff I
Wright's Bluff I
Drainage ?nd lt? Effect.
To Oxe Editors of the Daily News :
It is with pleasure and satisfaction we learn
that the City Council of Charleston have com?
menced a system of drainage, which, if carried
out as it should be, must greatly benefit the gen?
eral health of the city. It appears that at present
the work being done is merely on the surface.
This will do much good; but that which is re?
quired for thorough drainage of the bind, is
by deep drains to allow the stagnant water,
which is always more or less in the land, to
drain, by which the surplus water can be run
off immediately, and the land made dry and
consequently healthy. Let it be known and
understood that Charleston is a healthy city,
foreign immigration must and soon will follow.
With a taxable population of 100,000 or more
inhabitants, the credit of the city would not
long remain below par. Draining the land
thoroughly, not only in the city but every part
and parcel of Charleston Neck-that section
would soon become thickly settled with a
thriving population, and, in comparatively
short time, the present city bounds will be too
Carry Sut the same idea, and thoroughly
drain the whole of the low country of the State
of South Carolina, and make the same healthy.
It will not require a prophet to predict the con?
sequences which must follow. With a climate
BO mild and pleasant, land so fertile and low
priced, products so various and valuable, the
whole low country could very soon become a per?
fect garden spot, and filled with the right kind of j
indus triona inhabitants, such as will make any
country strong, prosp?rons, happy, and desir?
able to occupy.
Co-operation and the Daily Kew?.
To (ne Editora of the Charleston Daily News:
GENTLEMEN : At a regular monthly meeting
of the Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Associa?
tion, held at the Masonic Hall on the 13lh in?
stant, the following resolution offered by the
secretary was unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That the thanks of this Associa?
tion are due, and are hereby tendered to the
proprietors of the CHAULES TON DAILY NEWS
for the many courtesies gratuitously extended
to us through tho medium of their valuable
journal. Also for the marked attention and en?
ergy displayed in our behalf by the reporters
and other officers connected with their estab?
lishment, which greatly facilitated and mate?
rially aided us in the organizing of the Asso?
ciation and the successful establishing of our
first supply store.
JOHN F. MAHER, Secretary.
If you want cheap ?lank BOOKS;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes,
Paper, ic; or, MILLER'S Almanac;
ll you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Ac
oount Books made to order, with any desired
pattern of ruling, go to HIRAM HARMS, Agent,
No. 59 Broad-street.
" THAT ELEGANT HAT. It is the hand?
somest I have seenl Where did yon get it
from?" "Getit? How can yon ask sucha
question, when you know that Steele is the only
recognized authority on hats in this city." And .
such is the case. His hats are superb, and no (
mistake. And his terms are so safe-cash
and the one price system. th2
THE ATTENTION of dealers is invited to the
auction sale thia day of Messrs. J. A. Enslow
& Co., ot a cargo of choice clayed molasses,
imported per brig Times from Cardenas. The
sale is unreserved, and will commence at ll
o'clock, at the new customhouse, and will be
continued on Union wharf. See advertise?
AND UPRIGHT-Which are now acknowledged
bc e, by the Leading Artists in this country, SU?
PERIOR TO ANT OTHERS IN AMERICA. These
Instruments possess every modern improvement,
are of the largest size, finished in CARVED and
PLAIN ROSEWOOD CASES, embracing ovary va?
riety of styie. Laen noa the rull.METALLIC FRAME,
OVERSTRUNG BASS (with or without the agraffe
arrangement). Each has the FRENCH GRAND
ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to any other
m rapid execution These Instruments are all
SEVEN, SEVEN AND A QUARTER and SEVEN AND A
THIRD OCTAVES; constructed of THOROUOHLX SEAS?
ONED WOOD, and of thu finest and best material.
For O RE AX POWER, BEKGINO QUALITIES, SWEETNESS
and roam OP TONE throughout the entire REGIS?
TER: ELEGANCE OF FINISB and GREAT DURA?
BILITY, the Piano-Fortes of Messrs. JENNYS &
SON are unsurpassed by any other makers in the
WORLD, and have taken the HIGHEST PREMIUM
WHEREVER EXHIBITED. The same facilities
which enable this firm to produce a SUPERIOR IN?
STRUMENT, also enable tnem to offer their PL?
ANO-FORTES to tn? public at TWENTX PER CENT.
lower than any other FIRST-CLASS manufacturer in
The special attention of Dealers, Teachers and
others is Invited to the examination of these Pianos
before TMiring their selection elsewhere. Every In?
strument is rolly WARRANTED FOB FIVE YEA BS.
Descriptive circulars seat to all parta of the country
upon application. Address,
JENNYS & SONS.
Noa. 233 and 336 East tttt-streei.
Between 3d and 3d Avenues, New vork.
September 37 lyr
Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW
DRESSMAKING in all its branches. A perfect flt
guaranteed. STAMPING AND EMBROIDERING
DONE TO ORDER.
No. 302 KING-STREET,
Fourth Door above Wontworth-street,
April 15 Charleston, S. C.
gti} (Burts, (Etc.
GfllDKOP & BEUT?,
NO. 420 KING-ST.
HAVING JUST RIICETVED, AND ABE
receiving by every Steamer, a new and large
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
TO BE SOLD AT VEB? LOW PBIOE8.
They hare been bong) it daring the late de?
cline in prices.
G0?DE0P & BBDTHN?R,
No. 420 Kins-street,
FOUR DOORS BELOW CALHO?N-ST,
gTRAUSS, VANCE!! di CO.,
Nb. 130 MEEI INO-STREET,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
GOODS, WHICH HAVE BEEN BOUGHT
DURING THE Li .TE DECLINE IN
PRICES, CONSISTING OF:
PRINTS, LONGCLOTHil, LINEN DRILL, DRAB
D'ETE, Jaconet, Cambric a ad Swiss Muslin, Plain and
Figured Nainsook, Victor! t and Bishop Lawn, Bril?
liants and Organdies. A'so, a large assortment of
Hos) "ry, Corsets, Handier a Liefs. All of which they
they offer at very low priiea. March 30
"yyE ARE OFFER INO OUR STOCK OF
FANCY ABTICLE3 AND NOTIONS,
AT VEST REDUCED PRICES]
The Stock la very complete in all branches, and
particularly suited to the
Wholesale buyers will find lt to their interest to
examine the Stock.
STRAUSS, VANCES Si CO.,
Na 130 Meeta ig-stroet, Corner HaseL
(Doping ano /nrnisljinrj (60005.
g P R I N G
WE HAVE IN STORE AND ARE RECEIVING
weekly NEW GOODS, nauufactured from light
weight Woollens, in SACB S, PANTS and VESIS,
made in our own workshop expressly for thia mar?
ket, and warranted in ever; respect equal to ordered
work, and at prices much bi low.
GENTLEMEN'S FLT.NTS HIN G GOODS.
A complete assortment lu WHITE SHIRTS, Silk
and Gauze Merino UNDERSHIRTS, Linen and Jean
DRAWEES, Kid, Silk and Lisle GLOVES, HOSIERY,
SUSPENDERS, SCARFS, Tl ES, BOWS, Ac.
We Invite an examination of our stock and prices.
MACULLAB, WILLIAM8 & PARKER,
ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE,
No. ?70 KING,
COBNEB OF HA 3EL-STBEET,
CHARLESTON", 8. C.
March 24 Imo
M. MARSHALL & BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE AG2NTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BBOAD-STREET.
BEAL ESTATE, STOCK 3, Ac, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
tar Auction of HOBSES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wtdneiday. October 19
"ty I L L I S & CH! S OLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SAXE AMD
IHIPMENT (to Foreign sad Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RI CE, LUMBER i ND NAVAL 8TOBE8,
ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A. B. CHI S?LM
VISITING, WEDDING A SD CHURCH CARDS,
of the latest style, and engraved in a manner
unsurpassed by the best Northern work.
SEALS AND MONOGRAMS of every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITE OGRAPHING in all ita
Also, STENCIL PLATES CUT, INK AND BRUSHES.
Call and examine specimens at _
No. 93 Haeel-fl areet, Charleston, 8. C.
Marah 4 3mo
Clothing, Dry Goods, Cutlery, Hats, $c.
BY MILES DRAKE.
THIS HORNING, at IO o'clock, I will sell at my
store, corner of King and Liberty-streets,
AN INVOICE OF SEASONABLE CLOTHING,
Men's Plain and Fancy Cassimere and LINEN
Men's Cassimere, Jean and Linen Pants
Men's Cassimere and Linen Vests
20 Suits White Linen Coats, Vests and Pantd
A general assortment of Dry Goods and Hosiery, ?tc.
50 dozen Table and Pocket Cutlery, assorted
25 cases, 150 dozen, Men's, Boys' and Children's
Boots, Shots, Brogans, Gaiters, $c.
BY N. HUNT & SON,
TH?5 DAT, the 15th instant, at 10 o'clock, in oar
salesrcom, No. 142 Meeting-street, we will sell for
60 cases assorted BOOTS, Shoes, Brogans, Gainers,
Balmorals, Slips and Buskins, Boys', Youths' and
Misses' and Children's Shoes.
Underwriters Sale-Choice Cuba Clayed Mo?
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
THIS DAT, 15th inst, will be sold at the New Cus?
tomhouse, at ll o'clock,
70 BHDS. CHOICE CUBA CLAYED MOLASSES.
And immediately after, on Union Wharf,
X29 torces } CH0ICE CUBA CLAYED MOLASSES.
Landed from the British brig Times, from Car?
denas, and sold for the benefit of the underwriters
and all concerned.
Ctnditionsatsale. April 15
Law Books, Furniture, ?fe.
BY I. Y. WESTERYELT.
THIS DAY, 15th inst, at ll o'clock, at No. 35 Broad
10 volumes STATUTES
41 volumes South Carolina Law Books-chiefly Be
141 volumes Miscellaneous.
BEDSTEADS, BUREAU, Ac, Ac
Jiortionrers1 fvmU Salts.
Small Farm, part of the Bellavista Tract, /or
BY LY. WE8TEBYELT,
Real Estate Agent, Braiser asad Auction?
eer, No. 3?? Broad-street
31 acres finest VEGETABLE AND PROVISION
LAND, located in the pariah of St James' Goose
Creek. This place ls only 16 miles from Charleston,
and offers facilities as a vegetable market farm and a
healthy Summer resort
April 9_ thsmwsS
-RUSSELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, Ac.
FICHTE The Science of Knowledge. By J. G.
Fichte. Translated from the German by E. A.
Kroeger. 12 mo. $2.
BUSKIN. Time and Tide, by Weare and Tyne.
Twenty-five Letters to a Working Man of Stmder
and, on the Laws of Work. By J. Buskin. 12mo.
TOWNSEND'S MANUEL OF DATES. In large
crown 8vo., $8. Cloth, 1100 pp. In this completely
New Edition the number of distinct Alphabetical
Articles bas been increased from 7383 to 11,045,
The whole work remodelled, every date verified, and
every subject re-examined from the original autho?
MEN OF THE TIME. A DICTIONARY OF CON
TEMPOBABIES, containing Biographical Notices of
eminent characters of both sexes. A new edition
(tb e seventh) thoroughly revised and brought down
to the present time. Great care bas been bestowed
upon tbe American names and the edition ls also
rendered more valuable by having appended to it a
key to assumed names, and a biographical index con?
taining the dates of birth and death of eminent
characters who have passed away; with a reference
to the edition or editions of this work in which their
biographies ls to be found. Crown, 8vo extra cloth.
SCRIPTURE PORTRAITS AND OTHER MIS?
CELLANIES collected from the published writings
of Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.O., Dean of Westmins?
ter. 12mo. $2 60.
ESSAYS FBOM GOOD WOBDS. By Henry Bog?
ers, author of the Eclipse of Faith. 16mo, cloth.
LIVES OF INDIAN OFFICERS; Illustrative of the
History of Civil and Military Service of India. By
John William Kaye. 2 vols. Svo. $12.
THE VISION OF HELL, PUBGATOBY, AND
PARADISE, of Dante Alighieri. Translated by the
Bev. Henry Francis Cary, A.M. With the life of
Dante, chronological view of his age, additional
notes, and Index, ntuitraied with twelve engra?
vings, from design* by John Flaxman, E. A. One
volume, printed on tinted paper. Price tl 50.
A FRENCH COUNTRY FAMILY. By Madam De
Witt, nee Guizot, translated by Dinah Molock
Craik, author of "Jenn Halft?, Gentleman," etc.
lvoL tit?. _
SPIRITUAL WIVES, by W. Hepworth Dixon, au
thor of Nsw America, Ao. 1 vol. limo. $2 60.
GUIZCT'S MEDITATIONS ON THE ACTUAL
STATE OF CHRISTIANITY, AND THE ATTACKS
WHICH ABE NOW BEING MADE UPON IT. (Se?
cond Series.) 1 vol. limo, tl 75.
SOUTHGATE'.-! WHAT MEN HAVE S ATD ABOUT
WOMAN, a collection of choice thoughts and sen?
tences, compiled and analytically arranged by Henry
Southgate, author of "Many Thoughts of Many
Minds," with numerous illustrations from designs
by J. D. Watson, elegantly printed on fine paper,
12mo. extra cloth, gilt edges. $2 50.
NOVELS-Mosart, a Biographical Novel, tl 75;
M ul bach's Old Fritz and the New Era, tl 60; An?
dreas H of er, tl 60; Sooner or Later, by shirley
Brooks, tl 60; Lady Alice, 60 cte; Margaret's En?
gagement, 50 cts; Cue of the Family, 25 cts; No
Man's Friend, 75 cte; The Starling, 40 cts; Out of
Charity, 75 eta; Lodgings at Knight's Bridge, 25 els;
Kate Coventry, 40 cts; Experiences of Richard Tay?
lor, 25 cts ; The Modern Vassal, 25 cts ; Heirs Gauntry,
20 cts ; Next or Kin, 20 eta.
SIGNS OF THE TIMES, by Gabriel Manlgault,
HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE CHATHAM AR?
TILLERY, DURING THE CONFEDERATE STRUG?
GLE FOR INDEPENDENCE, by Charles C. Jones,
Jr., late Lieutenant-Colonel of Artillery, C'S. A. 1
vol. 8vo. S3. March 28
JJOLMES & MACBETH,
GENERAL REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
OFFICE No. 36 BBOAD-STBBEI.
Will purchase and sell at Private Sale or Public
Auotion, BONDS, 8IO0KS, BEAL ESTATE OR PER?
SON AL PROPERTY, and NEGOTIATE LOANS on
on the same
GEO. L. HOLMES.ALEX. MACBETH.
April 10_[ap 7]_Imo
-pl H. KELL ER S Si CO.,
'DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
Na 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
^-PRESCRIPTIONS PCT UP WITH CAR E. "Ct
January 3 tutba
j^AMUEL H. MARSHALL,
ISJTOBTEB AITD OZALZB TN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, GUNS AND AGRICULTURAL
Nb. 310 KINO-ST., Si DOOR BELOW SOCIE1Y,
Sign of the Golden Gan,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
Ao. 85 MAREET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. CV
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS. Shirts, Un?
dershirts, Vee ts and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Cape, Trunks, Carpet Bags,
Valises, Ac. February 6
rjpo FARMERS AND SHIPPERS
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
H. W. KINSMAN,
8T/0CZ8S0B TO .
KINSMAN A HOWELL,
WILL ATTEND TO THE SALE AND SHIPMENT
to New York, Baltimore, Boston and Philadelphia,
of early VEGETABLES AND FETTET.
Farmers wishing to have the products of their
farms sold here, or shipped to Ncrthern markets, can
do so by calling at tia ornee, No. 153 East Bay.
At Auction, cr. Account of all Concerned
Spikes, Nails, Hinges and Spring Dry
McKAY & CAMPBELL,
No. 136 Mee tl n g-stree t,
Will sell THIS DAY. at 10 o'clock, without reierve.
Kegs NAILS and SPIKES, Garden Hoes and Life
IMMEDIATELY AFTER TEE ABOVE,
MUSLINS, Calicoes, Longcloths, Linen Duck, Do?
Men's and Bo vs' ready made Clothing, Ladies'and
Gents' Hose, Men's and Boys' Felt Hats, Ladles*
Bonnets, Shakers and Hats, Handkerchief, Cutlery,
To close consignments will commence the sale with
superior OIL PAINTINGS and ENGRAVINGS.
Terms cash. April 15
Notions, Hosiery, Pant Stuffs, Dress Goods,
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Cash Auction House, No. SS H ase 1-street,
Will sell THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, in following order:
ROUND COMBS, Scissors, Collars, Suspenden.
Needles, Trimmings, Buttons, Lace, Ladles' and
Men's Gloves, Hosiery, 4c: '
SPRING CASSIMEBES, Tweeds, Satinets, Cotton
ades, stripes, French and Linen Drill, Docks, Coat?
ings, Iti?h Linen, B. E. Diaper, Damask (White and
Brown), Napkins, Doylies, Bhirts, L. C. Hdkfs., La?
dies' and Misses' Skirts, Ac
DBESS GOODS, Plaid Mozambiques, Leno?,
Lawns, Mourning Muslins, Shinea and Cross-bar
Muslin, Organdies, Black. Bismark Clou, Alpacas,
Conditions cash._?_April lg
Work Mule and Horse.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHE WES.
Will be sold at 10 o'clock, THIS DAY, at our Office,
No. 66 Broad-street.
Terras cash. _ -, - April 15
Two Horses, Two Mulet; One Gig, Two set*
Harriets, Furniture, Entry Clock, Lot of
Crockery, ftc. ,
BYE. M. MARSHALL & B EO,
THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad-street
ALSO, AT ll O'CLOCK,
Lot of SPRING MELTONd, in suits of 4 yards.
April 15_? . :
Unaer Order in Bankruptcy.'-Stock of Jine
Groceries in Store No. SO Market-street.
W. T. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS.
WiB.be sold, by order of B> 8. Bruni, Assignee el W.
d. Trim, bankrupt, on FRIDAY, the 18th inst
The Stock of fine GROCERIES, at No. 80 Market
A fine SODA WATER FOUNTAIN.
April io fmw4
30,000 FRANCS ! !
HE EARING'S PATENT
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AX WORLD'S
FALB, London ; WORLD'S FALB, New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
WINNER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
($6,000 IN GOLD).
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
Tho public are invited to call aid examine the re?
port of the Jury on the merits of the great contest
and see the official award to the Herring's Paient
over all others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 351 Broadway, comer Murray-et, New Yack,
FARREL, HERRING k CO., ) HERRING * CO.,
Philadelphia, j Cedes go.
HERRING, BARBEL k SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on band by
JOSEPH WALKER, Agent,
Nos. 3 BROAD AND 109 BAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9rno
Progs, (Cl) cm i cols, (Cir.
COD LIVER OIL.
THE POPULARITY WHICH THIS MEDICINE
has obtained within the.past few years is lastly
merited. The oil presented as WILSON'S is in its
purest state; ls procured from fresh clean Livers
only of the Gados Morrhua, and a successful method
bas been discovered by which all thc Iodine and
Bromine, so necessary lor the efficacy of the oil, are
COD LITER OIL
Is recommended and prescribed by some of the most
eminent physicians of Philadelphia and elsewhere,
and approved by a large number of ladles and gentle?
men, wholesale and retail druggists, merchants, in?
valids, and many others who have been, on examina?
tion, convinced of its rare excellence.
This OU can be obtained from all respectable Drug?
gists throughout the United States.
OBlee and Agency,
WILTJA Itt M. WILSON'S,
No. 208 Market-street, Philadelphia.
DO WIE & MOISE,
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOB CHARLESTON.
FOR THE HAIR,
It le ac elegant Dretising for the Hair.
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps thc Scalp Clean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Boots of the Hair.
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Ont.
It keepstb.9 Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to ita Original Color.
It brings out Hair on heads that have been bald] for
It is composed entirely of simple and purely vege?
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi?
monials of its excellence, many of which are from
physicians in high standing.
It is sold in ha'f-pound bottles (the name blown in
the glass), by uggtata ?ad Dealers in Fancy Gooda
everywhere, at One Dollar per Dotti?. Who!seale by
Demas Barnes k Qc ; F. C. Wells k Co. MM???*
k Co., New Yolk.