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NEWS SUM MARY.
-In New York, yesterday, gold closed at 39$
a39?. Cotton was quoted a half cent better;
sa es 4500 bales at 32j. Freights quiet and
steady. Sterliug easier at 9$a9J.
. -In Liverpool cotton was active; uplands on
the spot 12|(l.; afloat 13d.; Orleans 12J.
-Le Folie: quotes short walking dresses as
growing in favor but not in length.
-The bridges over the Thames, in London,
are to be thrown open for public use free from
-A. T. Stewart, the New York dry goods
merchant, it is stated, p iys his lawyer an an?
nual fee of 125,000.
-Another woman died in New York on Mon?
day from the effects of a kerosene lamp explos?
ion on Saturday night.
-Florence Nightingale, it is reported, ha s
become a member of the society to prom ote
female suffrage iu England.
-Ristori will commence in New York, on
May 2d, a series of farewell representations
prior to her departure for Europe. The season
is limited to two nights and Ave matinees.
-Napoleon LTI has presented a copy of the
imperial edition of his Life of Casar to the Ly?
ceum Library of New Orleans, in return for the
photographs of that city, Bent to him by the
-The English Admiralty, it is stated, have
come to the conclusion that heavily-armored
ships are of little use, owing to the improve?
ments in ordnance, bat that light armored,
swift vessels may meet the emergency.
-It ia rumored in Montreal that the Cana?
dian Government is in possession of informa?
tion respecting the Fenian conspiracy to as?
sassinate McGee; that the conspirators, forty
in number, drew lots, and the execution of the
deed foll to Whelan.
-A lat y er in California, it is stated, recent?
ly received a fee of $100,000, being one-fourth
of the value of the property recovered. The
decision of other snits similar as to claim and
title, and in which his interest is the same, will
increase the fees to half a million.
-The scheme for colonizing the Pacific coast
with rmm&rried females from the Eastern
States has, it is reported, been successful.
Two hundred women, taken by the projector
to Washington Territory, were married and
provided with comfortable homes in two weeks
? after their arrival.
-The services at the Church of the Redemp?
tion in New York were stopped on Sunday by
order of Bishop Potter, and the senior warden
still remains garrisoned within, supported by
a body of police. Its pastor, Rev. Mr. Scott,
secured the ase of a hali in Cooper Institute,
where his congregation attended largely.
-A Jersey City paper states that two men in
that city made a wager on the result of the
recent election, one betting the som of five dol?
lars against the wife of the other. The men
who put up the money won, and demanded the
wife. The husband was inclined to pay his
bet, bat the lady demurral, and drove the
claimant from the boase with great vigor.
-In France, it is announced that the people
have began the manufacture of opium. When
the* plant reaches a sufficieat size the stem is
tapped, and th: juice etudes into a small ves?
sel placed to receivo it. Mach joice, it is said,
was at first lost, owing to rain, but the plants
were afterwards pulled up and placed under
cover, with the roots in water, when they were
-Horace Greeley sums ap, as the result of a
number of years' investigation and observation
of spiritualism, that the thing itself is inexpli?
cable; that mon and women have not been
made better by it; on tbe contrary, have grown
lax in their notions of marriage, divorce and
moral purity, and that the aggregate of insani?
ty and suicide has been increased by spiritual?
ism. A good many others wiR agree with
-The following advertisement, in an Eng?
lish paper, shows how thc ingredients of some
of the delicate sweetmeats of that kingdom
are obtained: "Confectioners.-To be sold
cheap, several cwt. of orange peel, iu trood
condition; the advertiser haviug tho contract
for the sweepings of all the metropolitan tho- I
atr es and places of amusement, is in a position
to treat for it on unusually advantageous terms.
-The oyster statistics of the Chesapeake are
given by a Baltimore paper. It appears that
the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries now
yield eleven million bushels of these delicious
bivaVes annually. Over two-thirds of tho trade
goes to Baltimore. Seventy houses are en?
gaged in the business, which gives employ?
ment to fifteen thousand persons-men, wo?
men and children. There are seventeen hun?
dred boats, averaging fifty tons each, and
about three thousand canoes, engage 1 in
dredging and tonguing for oysters.
-The Sew York Times says : "lu his recent
speech at Charleston, according to TOE NEWS'
report, Hon. Mr. Ashley said he expected to
see tho day when a colored man would bc elec?
ted to Congress from South Carolina, and j
wnen that should occur he intended to vote for
tue first black mau thero as Speaker of the
House. Such a pledge as this indicates with
a good deal of accuracy the amooat of intelle?
tual and moral statesmanship which Mr. Ash?
ley brings to the public service. Mr. Ashley,
in the same speech, said it wa3 perfectly well
known that, if any but a Southern man had
been Vice-Preside:!?, Mr. Lincoln would uot
have been assassinated. This is not the first
timo that Mr. Ashley has put this very calum?
nious and cowardly assertion before the pub?
-In Paris, the "Hotel des Invalides" cou
tains Napoleon's veterans, and at present there
are in it about nine hundred and forty inmates
who served nader Napoleon L Of that num?
ber more than a hundred and fifty have lost
limbs, and a few are blind. OnehaB lost both
fore arms, and uses with surprising dexterity a
couple of hooks fastened to his stumps. About
sixty wear the military medal, and nearly two
hundred aro decorated with the Cross of the
L3gion of Honor. There are thirty iumates
whoso services dato from the first republic.
One of them-a survivor of the crew of the
SciDion, blown up in 1793-has been in the
hotel siuce 1396. He lost both his legs on that
occasion, and has contrhed to live without
them seventy-five years. He is now ninety
two, and still hale and hearty.
-The Dickens banquet in New York seems
to have been eminently satisfactory and well
tppreciated. A scandalous and horribly in
credible report details tho closing scenes as
follows : 'Tn couplets and in triplets the guests
wandered from the palatial mansion of Delmo?
nico, and if they did not indulge aloud m
bacchanalian and erotic SOUR, they certainly
did require a vast breadth of sidewalk, and
many a man moved on in a mysterious way, to
the infinite interest of the loitering policemen.
A well-dre.-sed personage, supposed to be a
gentleman of the pross, was seen at midnight,
in the middle of the street, reciting to a heap
of rubbish and a pile of bricks in front of a
new building the stirring peroration of Pick?
wick to his club. Another, taking the city car,
offered the conductor tho 'bill of fare' of tho
banquet and started for'Manhattan ville, in?
stead of going in tho direction of the poet's
garret down town; and another, bidding ?dieu
to the cabman at thc Fulton Ferry, desired to
bc remembered to Mrs. Dickens and tho
younger members of the Dickens family."
SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1SGS.
Rights of Citizens at Home and Abroad.
It is a singular circumstance that, at a
time when Congress seems to have grown
utterly reckless of trampling on the rights of
the individual citizen at home, it should have
shown itself more tenacious and exacting
than at any previous period of the same
rights abroad. The bill for the protection
of American naturalized citizens in foreign
countries, introduced some time since by
General BANKS, and referred back to the
Committee on Foreign Affairs, was dis?
cussed at some considerable length in the
House of Representatives on Monday last.
The bill was amended and passed by & vote
of 99 yeas to 5 nays. The provisions of
this measure are highly important, and es?
tablish the principle that naturalized citi
xens are entitled to equal protection of per?
son and property enjoyed by native-born
citizens under similar circumstances. It
also gives the President authority to sus?
pend commercial relations with any coun?
try which may arrest any naturalized
American citizen and refuse to release
him on proper demand by our Government.
The " father " of this bill, General BASKS,
though occupying a foremost place among
the Republican leader?, in point of ability
and influence, seems to shun all active par?
ticipation in the violent party schemes new
in progress at Washington. Although by
long odds the most eloquent speaker in
either house of Congress, he seldom riseB
upon the floor ; and when he does, it is al?
ways to advocate some measure like this,
which bears its recommendation on its face,
and encounters serious opposition from no
quarter. A wily politician is BANKS.
The New Orien, us Journal of Medicine.
Many of our readers, professional and
lay, will be pleased to learn of the pros?
perity of a scien tific journal, which, though
published a thousand miles away, counts
among its contributors no less than three
sons of old Charleston, viz.: Dr. SAMUEL
LOGAN, Dr. J. DICKSON BBUKS, and Dr. Wu.
HUTSON FOBD, ?ill of them Professors in the
New Orleans School of Medicine; and, en
passant, we may mention furthermore, that
in the same College there are two more of
our "boys," as Assistant Professors, viz.:
Dr. JOHN W. CALDWELL and Dr. LEGRAND
G. CAPEES. Surely the old Palmetto city
need not blush it the character of her rep?
resentation in the city of creoles and of
But to returr to the Journal. Article 1
treats us to some practical observations on
the theory and treatment of cholera, by Dr.
U. R. MILNES, of Jefferson City. Of the
scientific merits of the article we are, of
course, not competent to judge; but the
author, we hope, will pardon a little verbal
criticism to which we are tempted by a
novel use of a much abused word. We
have long known that the word "clever," in
England, is us ;d to denote mental superior?
ity, while in America it designates a species
of moral excellence; but until we read this
paper of Dr. MILNER we did not know that
this verbal chameleon had yet another
sense, and cou'.d be used to express mate?
rial prosperity. Dr. M. says : "Cases [of
cholera] spring up here and there, any?
where, but principally among negroes, and
others who live poorly, and are too igno?
rant to kuow that their stomach will not
digest brickbats if they choose to swallow
them. Yet, sometimes, members of clever
families take the disease, and like the poor
and ignorant, they die." Some of our read?
ers may be familiar with this use of the
term. We have no dictionary of Ameri?
canisms at hand to consult, so cannot bay
whether it is original in thc case before us
Article C is a continuatipn of Dr. FORD'S
article on "The Pathology of Passive Con?
gestion, and its Relation to Asiastic Chol?
era." This very learned essay was pre?
pared and read by special appointment
before the Medical Society of South Caro?
lina in May, li??C.
Article 6 is an interesting paper on "Ob?
servations on Diptheria," by Dr. II. D.
SCHMIDT, of New Orleans, with illustra?
tions, giving, thc microscopic appearance of
the false membrane. I
Article 7 is a contribution by Dr. J. |
DICKSON BR?NS ou "Rabies." There arc
two cases reported here, perhaps more re?
markable thau anything on this subject in
the anuals of medicine. A colored woman,
aged fifty-seven years, had been bitten by
a dog. The wound had healed, und excited
no special attention at the time, but thirty
five days after, the womun was seized with
unmistakable symptoms of hydrophobia,
and two clays afterward she died. The dog
at the time the bite was inflicted, and at the
period of the death of the patient, was en?
tirely free from disease. The diagnosis was
carefully made by Dr. BRUNS und several
distinguished colleagues, aud tbere appears
uo room for doubt in regard to it. But Dr.
BRUNS gives a case even yet more remark?
able,-a patieut bitten six months previous
to attack, died in seventy-sis hours. Tbe
patient, an Englishman, aged thirty-six,
was bitten on the face and hand by his own
dog. with which he was playing. The dog
had exhibited no symptoms of sickness, as
far as the family had ohserved, but it bit a
negro servant of the same household on tho
same day. Its m.ister killed it immedi?
ately after it had bitten him. The master
died six months after of hydrophobia, while
the negro remained unharmed.
Article 8. "Some Points Concerning the
Pathology of Eburnated Cranial Exosto
ses"-read before the New Orleans Medical
Association March 4th, 1SG8, by SAMUEL
LOGAN, M. D.
Dr. LOGAN aUo contributes the "Quar?
terly Record of Surgery;" Dr. BR?NS the
"Quarterly Record of Practical Medicine;'*
and Dr. FORD of "Medical Chemistry, Ther?
apeutics and Jurisprudence."'
The "Mortuary Report of the Board of
Health of New Orleans." for thc year 1 SOT,
is also published in this number. From it
wc learn that the number of deaths in that
city last year were ten thousand and ninety
six; of this number seven thousand eight
hundred and sixty-six were whites, six
hundred and five mulattoes, one thousand
three hundred and twenty-six blacks, and
two hundred and ninety-nine not stated.
The total number of deaths from yellow
fever was three thousand one hundred and
seven. The number of deaths from this
disease among colored people is not stated,
b at may be proximately arrived at from the
summing up. In September, we find the
largest number of deaths from yellow fever,
one thousand six hundred and thirty-seven;
and the total number of whites who died
during that month was two thousand one
hundred and ninety-three, while of negroes
and mulattoes there were only one hundred
and ninety-four: It is presumable, there?
fore, that the negroes were almost, if not
entirely, exempt from yellow fever. The
mortality is estimated to have been about
eight per cent., which would give about
forty-one thousand five hundred as the num?
ber of yellow fever cases in New Orleans
during the past season. In 1858, tho mor?
tality in the yellow fever cases in New Or?
leans was twenty-two per cent.
We take pleasure in recommending the
New Orleans Journal of Medicine to our
physicians. They will find it a rich depos?
itory of all that is valuable in current med?
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THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
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THIS WELL KNOWN AND LONG-ESTABLISH?
ED HOUSE has been leased by the undersigned, and
is now open to the public, where families and single
persons will receive the attentions ot a flr3t-class
Hotel. GEO. R. WELLS, Proprietor,
Late of thu Mills nouse.
April 8 lino
?pLOUGHS, CORN MILLS
PLANTERS WILL FIND IT TO THETH AD VAN
TAGE 1 J try the fine variety of PLOUGHS made in
BROWN'S TWISTED SHOVEL
LOCKWOOD AND ALABAMA SWEEPS
DOUBLE END HALF SHOVEL
BCLL TONGUES, ETC.
These PLOUGHo aro cheaper than any other now
offered to the market, and have given gejcral sati?.
faction to all who have n-eU them.
THREE CLASSES OF CORN MILLS
Made to emt tho present reduced purses ol the plant?
ers, and CASTINGS af all descr'ption to order.
A liberal discount made to the trade.
W. S. HE NE RE Y'S FOUNDRY,
?Vo. 311 MEETIXG-STREET,
RApril I imo CHAKLESIO>\ S. C.
Tills G KEE - VILLE MOUNTAINEER
ISPnil U?riED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SI 60
per year, in advance. A dvertlsemcnn?. inserted
at upiii.l rates. G. E. ELFORD,
Mar iv Kditor ami Piooribtor,
ATTENTION! PHI V .'ERS.
AMEETING OF THE PBINTEBSOF CHARLES?
TON will be held nt the Ch irleston Fire En?
gine Company's Hall, This (SatunLiyj Evening, at
half-past Seven o'clock. 1 _April 25
ORANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. F. M.
LECTURE BEFORE THE MASONIC FRATER?
NITY OF CHARLES'COX
BROTHER SAMUEL LEARD, GRAND CHAP?
LAIN of the Grand Royal Arch Chapter of |
South Carolina, having consented tc deliver a Lecture
upon the "Mor il and Religious Teachings of Sym?
bolic Masonry," an extra communication of this
Lodge will be held at Masonic Hall, at Eight
o'clock, This Evening, 25th instant.
The Craft are fraternally invited to attend.
By order ot tho W. M.
R. S. CATHCART,
HEBREW BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
fTAHE MEMHf.USOF THIS SOCIETY WILL AT
I TEND an Extra Meeting at tl ie Tabernacle, To
Morrow, 2Gth inst, at Four o'doek P. M.
By order of thc President N. LEVIN,
April 25 1 Secretary and Treasurer.
VIGILANT FIRE ENGIN.E COMPANY.
YOU ABE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR
at your Engine House. This Afternoon, at half
past Four o'clock P. M., for Exei eise Parade. Ap?
pear in citizen's dress.
By order. JOHN T. TUMPHREYS,
April 25_1_ Secretary.
CHARLESTON STEAM F IRE ENGINE
COMPANY OF AX EIMEN.
ASSEMBLE AT YOUR ENGINE HOUSE ON
Monday ne\t at 8 o'clock A. M., in full uni
lorin, for the purpose of part?cipe ting in the Annual
Parado of the Fire Department.
Honorary members are cordially invited.
Ey order. WM. KNOX,
Aprjl 25 _Secretary.
1. O. O. F.
mHE B. W. GRAND LODGE OF THE STATE OF
J. SOUTH C-vBOLTNA will c ?lebrato the Forty
Ninth Anniversary of the introduction of tie Order
in America, and tho Twenty-Eighth in this State, on
Tuesday Evening, the28tb instar t, at Eight o'clock,
at the Wentworth-street Lutherai Church.
The Grand and Subordinate Enc impments are
fraternally invited to meet the Grand and Subordi?
nate Lodges at Odd Fellow's Hall, at half-past Seven
o'clock, to march in procession to the Church, where
the following order of services wUl be observed :
1. Opening Ode.
2. Prayer by Rev. W. S. BOW HAN.
3. Intermediate Ode.
4. Oration by P. G. Sire, W. G. DzSAUSSURE.
5. Prayer by Rev. W. B. YAT ES, Acting G. Chap?
C. Closing Ode.
The Music for th* occasion will ba" under the di?
rection of Brother THOS. P. O' SEALE
The public generally, and thu Ladies particularly,
are invited to be present
By ordor of the M. W. G. M.
JOHN H. HO? OUR, Ju., M. D.,
April 25 1 Grand Secretary.
Wets in gartaptrij.
?"fTlfHl?^?sTMCT <0CRT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
MOUTH CAROLINA-IN ::HE MATTER OF
PETER 9. WORSHAM, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A
PETITION FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE GTH DAY OF
MARCH, A. D. 18C8, IS SAID tOUBT-IN
BANKRUPTCY.-This is to (ive notice that on the
I fourteenth day of April, A. U 18t>, a Warrant in
Bankruptcy was issued ai alnst the Estate of
PETEU 8. WORSHAM, of Monk's Corner, in the Dis?
trict of Charleston, and Stats ol South Carolina,
who hes been adjudged o Bankrupt, on his
own petition; that the pa;-meut of any debts
and delivery of any property belonging to said
bankrupt ?J him or for his use, and the trans?
fer of any property by him are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of the Creditors of the said
Bankrupt, to prove their iebts and to choose
one or more Assignees ot his Estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden
at No. 72 Broad-street Charl jston, S. C., before R.
B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the sixteen'h day
of May, A D. 1868, at 3 o'clock P. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED hTAlES FOB THE DISTRICT OF
^UTH PAROLTNA-INTHI MATTER OF CHAS.
L. GUILLEAUME, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A
PETITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT?
CY WAS FILED ON THE rira DAY OF MARCH,
A. D. 1868, EN SAID COURT.-IN BANKRUPTCY.- I
This is to give no tl co that on the fourteenth day of |
April. A. D. 1668. a Warrant ii. Bankruptcy was Issued
against the Estate of CHARL'SS L. GUILLEAUME, of
charleston, In the District of Charleston, and State of
South Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bank?
rupt on his own pc?tioi ; that the payment
of any debts and delivery ot any property
belonging to said Bankrupt to him
tor bis usc, and the trauster o, any property
by him are forblddtn by law; that a meeting of
the Creditors of the said Bankrupt to prove their
debts and to choose one or more Assignees of his
Estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
bo holden at No. 72 Broad-street Charleston, H. C.,
beforo R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the
sixteenth day of May, A. D. 1868, at 1 o'clock
P. M. J. P. M. EPPING.
United States Marshal as Messenger.
April 25 1
TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
A. UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLLNA-1N THE MATTER OE JAMES A.
BURN'S.BANKRUPT-IN BANKRUPTCY.-To whom
it may concern: Tho undersigned hereby gives no?
tice of his appointment ns Assignee ol JAMES
A. BURNS, in the District of Sumter, and state
of South Carolina, within sai d Distriot, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own petition by the
District Court of said District.
Dated the 18th day of Apiti, A. D. 1868.
Ii. J. WINN, Assignee.
April 23 a3
LTi-1 /"\ AAA OF THE SOUTHWESTERN
kDiU.UUU RAILROAD BANK BILLS un?
der seal and bearing lntereit for two jears. For sale
by ANDREW M. MORELAND. Broker,
April 25 statu No. S Broad-street.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
SOUTH CAROLINA RA tLROAD SIX PER CENT.
BONDS, due first January, 1868. or first Octo?
ber, 1*08. I guarantee to pay a higher price than
anv Hr tier in CnniTcston tor said Honda.
Also wanted, SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
SEVEN PER C NT. BONE'S, long dates.
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad-street
April 23 thstu
SOUTH CAROIJNA RAILROAD
WANTED, SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COM?
PANY BONDS, di* January and October,
1368, for which tho highest price in cash will, be p dd.
or Seven per Cont. Bonds ol said Company given in
exchange, upon terms to latisty tbeholders of Bonds
due in 1868.
Apply to H. H. DELEON. Broker
April 18 stnth No. 24 Broad-street
PERUVIAN GU.iNO, DAMAGED, AT $90 PEB
Parmers' Plaster or Gypsum
Soluble Pacific Guano
Baugh's Raw Bone Phi sphatc
Put up in bags in fine order. Quality guaranteed.
Can be used in conjunction with tue seed when plant?
ing, or as a top dressing, with equal od vantage.
For salo by J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
April 7 tuthslmo
FER 11 LIZERS?
TO INSURE YOUR COTTON CROPS FOR THE
COMING SEASON, use
CROA?DALE'S S UPER PHOSPHATE,
BOWER'S COMPLETE MANURE
These Fertilizers are highly recommended by all
who have used them.
For sale by WM. GURNEY.
No. 102 East bay,
Sole Agent lor South karolina.
Top Dressing!; Top Dressing !
NITROGEN IZED SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE OF LI?E.
COTTON, CORN, WHEAT AND GENERAL CROPS.
A S? A Ti IP DRESSING TO A GROWING CROP
JX THIS FERTILIZER cannot be excelled. It
may be used beforo or after the planting of the crop;
fer eveu wbeu applied ai a top dressing, it cannot be
lost by evaporation, aa uone of its constituents are
volatile. It may bc appliod at each hoeing of cotton,
and in the hills during the cultivation ot com and
other crop?. When urops have been previously
manured iu tho usual w ly. and found to b: of slug?
gish growth, it may be lugmeuted by the use of this
This Fertilizer has been successfully used through?
out thc Southern Sta'es during the uast fifteen
For full anilyses of MARES'NTTBOGENIZED
SUPEH-PHOSPBATE 1 >F LIME, letters from promi?
nent Plantel H throughout the state ol South Carolina,
and analyses of cropf, seo descriptive pamphlets,
.AInch will ba furuisfed free ol' charge; and all
orders filled bv H. W. KIN ?MA N,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
April 18 No. 153 East Bav.
E C T ? R E.
MAJOR M. B. DEL ANT
Will deliver n Lecture on the
MORAL AND SOCIAL RELATIONS
AFRICANS LY CENTRAL AFRICA,
FOB THE BENEFIT OF THE
NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH BUILDING,
Kow in course of erection in George-street,
MONDAY EVENING, 21TB INST.,
AT THE CLUB HOUSE, MEETTNG-STBEET.
The experience of the Lecturer as an explorer in
Africa will doubtless render the subject doubly in?
Prefatory remarie will bo made by E. J. Adams,
who was for some years a Missionary in the Mend!
Country, West Afrtca.
jos- Tickets 25 cents.
April 25 2?
Jlrr, ?300&5, Ctr.
jp?Y~GO?DS! DRY GOODS I f
BARGAINS! BARGAIN SI 1
TEE SUBSCRIBERS ARK NOW OPENING AN
elegant assortment of DRY GOODS, H09IERY. LA?
DIES' and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
which they have have received per recent arrivals,
and are receiving by every steamer, the most select
stock of Dry Goods ever offered in this market To
those who are in need of articles in our line, we say
now is your chance.
o rm STOCK COMPRISES:
Longcloths at IO to 13K eta; yard wide, 16 eta;
Large Lot White and Brown Table Damask at low
prices; a large lot of Dress Goods for 25 to'30 eta
per yard: Ladies'and Gentlemen's White and Brown
Hose, 12& cte, up; Children and Misses' White
Hose, 10 cte, up; Ladies' Fancy Pocket Handker?
chiefs from 16 cts, up; a large lot Fancy Parasols,
Bugle Trimmed, less than half cost; Gentlemen's
Fine Undershirts, 75 cts to Ht Ladles' Fine Linen
Collars from 5 to 10 eta; very large lot Linen Towels
at 02 per dozen, or 20 cte a piece; Ladies' Lisle
Thread Gloves, 15 cts, np; Ladies' French Silk Mit?
tens, 86 cts pair; French WI li te Swiss Muslin and
Cambric, 20 cts, up.
An early call is solicited if you want bargains, as
we believe iu quick soles and smaU profits.
FURCHGOTT A BRO.,
No. 433 King-street,
April 21 Imo* Third door below Calhoun.
OTRAUSS, VANCES Si CO.,
No. 180 MEETING-STREET,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW SUPPLY OF
GOODS, WHICH HAVE BEEN BOUGHT
DUBING THE LATE DECLINE IN
PRICES, CONSISTING OF:
PRINTS, LONGCLOTHS, LINEN DRILL, DRAB
D'ETE, Jaconet, Cambric and Swiss Muslin, Plain and
Figured Nainsook, Victoria and Bishop Lawn, Bril?
liants aud Organdies. Also, a large assortment of
Hosiery, Co. mts, Handkershiefs. All of which they
they offer at very low prices. March 30
~yyrE ARE OFFERING OUR STOCK OF
FANCY ARTICLES AND NOTIONS,
AT VEI1? SEDUCED PRICES]
The St "-ck ls very complete in all branches, and
particularly suited to the
Wholesale buyers will Jud lt to their interest to
examine the Stock.
STRAUSS? VANCES Si CO.,
No. 130 Meeting-street, Corner HaseL
^ AX WE LL di PAYSON,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Na 209 FRONT-STREET, NEW YOES.
Consignments of VEGETABLES solicited.
References-J. F. O'NEILL k SON, Charleston;
WM. GURNEY, Charleston. stuthlmo April 25
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE,
No. 344 KING-STREET,
Between Society-street and George-street
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
January 21 tuthsSmos No. 344 King-street
Jg H. KELL ER S Si CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
?-PRESCRIPTIONS PUT UP WITH CARE-??
January 3 . tutba
TAILLIS Si CH?SULBI,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WELL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domesdc Porte) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
E. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
JJOLMES Si MACBETH, I
GENERAL REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
OFFICE No. 36 BROAD-STRRET.
Will puichaso and sell at Private Sole or Publi
Auction, BUNDS, SiOOKS, REAL ESTATE OB PER
SON AL PROPERTY, and NEGOTLATE LOANS on
on the aime
GEO. L. HOLMES.ALEX MACBETH
April 10 [ap 7] Imo
g A.Ml" IO L R. MARSHALL,
IMPORTEE AND DEALER IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY. GUNS AND AGRICULTURAL
No. 310 KING-ST., 3'i DOOR BELOW SOCIETY,
Sign of tlie Golden Gun,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 21 3m o
M. .MARSHALL dc BRUTHEB,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BRO AD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
?STAuction of HOBSE3, FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wt/dntt?at). October 19
VISITING, WEDDING AND CHURCH CARDS,
of the latest stylo, and engraved m a manner
unsurpassed by thp bust Northam work.
SEALS AND MONOGRAMS ol every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING in all its
Also, STENCIL PLATES CUT. INK AND BRUSHES.
Call and examine specimens at
No. 92 Hasel-street, Charleston, S. C.
Marcb 4 3m o
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 MARKET-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROJ1C AND ERtSs COATS, Shirts, Un
derbhirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
hoots, shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Ba?;s,
Valises, kc. February 6
DYER AND SCOURER,
COBNEB CLIFFOBD AND ARCHDALE STREETS,
Opposite Dr. Bachman's Church.
GENl'S COATS, VESTS, PANTS AND HATS, OF
Cloth, Casshncre, Velvet, etc., Dyed, Cleaned,
scmred and Presser1.
All orders exec*'.ted with greatest dispatch.
March ?l tufm
?i'O??tits onb ?His celia lunns.
TEAS, WIMS, mm, EIC.
?OLD AT THIS ES?
1BE OF THE
Vt E SELL NO
300DS BUT WHAT
CAN BE WAR?
RANTED AS PURE
ERED TO ALL
PARTS OF THE
BOATS, FREE- OF
TERMS-CASH OR CITY ACCEPTANCE
NO. 275 KING-STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND BEAUFAIN.
900 Broadway, cor. 20th-street,
H. & H. W. CATHERW001VS
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
FORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
_OUB PURE OLD MONONGAHELA RYE WETS
Ki Yd to otu farmer num?reme customer* at tba
South, Tie haye appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS A
CO., our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade at prices which will ensure
H. & H. W. CATHER WOOD.
H. & H, W. CATHERWOOIPS
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
(TA BARBELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORITE
Qy j WHISKEYS, consisting of X, XX XXX.
XXXX, and NECTAR BRANDS, and also of lower
Now lauding ex-Steamer Alliante, and for sale low
by H. GERDTS & CO.,
No. US EAST BAY.
TO FARMERS AND SHIPPERS
VEGETABLES AFB. F BUTT.
H. W. KINSMAN, ?
KTNBMAN A HOWELL,
WILL ATTEND TO THE SALE AND 8HTPMEN *
to New York, Baltimore, Boston and Philadelphia,
of early VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.
Farmers wishing to haye the products of their
farms sold here, or shipped to Northern markets, caa
do so by celling at his office, No. 163 East Bay.
fAAA DEMIJOHNS, OF ALL SIZES
OKJVJVJ 100 hampers Claret Wine Bottle?.
For sale low by OLAOT?S A WITTE.
April 21_ . amos
DAIRYMEN, FARM'S AND OMRS
CONSIGN YOUR j
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS, 1
BUTTES, CHEESE, EGGS, '
FLOUR AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SEINS,
DRIED AND OREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, ix., ?ca,
OENERALi COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 442, 444 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
Sew York City,
And receive his weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro?
duce and Groceries, the most complete Price Cur?
rent published in the United States.
SEND i OR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cords Furnished Free.
LIBERAL ADVANCES HADE OX C0NSIG.NKE5TS.
Established May lat, 1860.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
March 4 c yr
MARBLE MANTELS, MONU
MENTS, HEADSTONES, ?0.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand ot S. HEARER'S Ware
room, No. 51 First avenue, near Third-street, Nev
York. Call and examine before buying elsewhere.
February 3 _6mo
CHLORIDE Of LIME.
THE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOB SALE BT
E H. KELLERS A CO.,
March2S_No. 131 Meeting-street
FOR THE HAIR,
It ls an elegant Dressing for the Hair.
It causes the Hair to Curl beautifully.
It keeps thc Scalp Gean and Healthy.
It invigorates the Roots of the Hair
It forces the Hair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair EaUing Ont.
It keeps the Hair from Changing Color from Age.
It restores Grey Hair to its 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 half-pound bottles (the name blown in
the glass), by uggists and Dealers in Fancy Gooda -
e verywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle. Wholesale by
Demas Barnes k Co. ; F. C. Wells A Co. ; Schieffclin
i: Co.. New York
March 12 lvr
AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 54 Broad-street.
The NON-FORFEITURE PLAN was originated by
this Company. tnths3mo_April 14
EOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STER?
LING, AND LARGE BEsEKYE FUND.
lire Risks taken on Buildings, Produce, Mercnan
Losses promptly adjusted here, without reference
to England, in Sterling or currency, at the option ot
the assured. W. C. BEE i CO.. Agents,
February 22 stuthCmo Adger's North Wharf.