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VOLUME VL-NUMBER 853.1
CHARLESTON, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1868.
[EIGHTEEN CENTS A WEEK
THE GREAT TRIAL.
NO VERDICT TET.
i TWELVEBEPDBLTCANS AGAINST CONVICTION.
THE SCENE IN THE SENATE.
[SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO DAILY NEWS.]
WASHINGTON, May 12-12 P.M.-AD the morn?
ing, the Capitol has been filled with crowds
anxious to gain admission io the Senate gal?
leries, in order to be witnesses of the grand
. finale of the impeachment trial.
The excitement is heightened by the fact, that
an absolute uncertainty prevailed as to the
character of the verdict. The friends of the
President and of the managers professed to bo
equally confident that the result would be in
accordance with their hopes and wishes.
'When the hour of twelve bad arrived, the
lobbies and galleries of the Senate, and all the
entrances thereto, were densely packed vnth
eager thousands. ?
The privileged few who were entitled to the
privileges of the floor rallied in fa 1 force, and
the high court was BO thronged that it was no
? easyinattei todisfoguish the judges and offi
oers within the bar.
WASHINGTON, Hay 12-1 o'clock, P. M.
Tbs High Court of Impeachment has ad?
journed until Sairrrday on account of the ill?
ness of Senator Howard.
' No vote was takes.
Had the vote been taken at noon to-day, as
previously arranged, twelve Republican sena?
tors would have voted for acquittal. The im?
peachers were well aware of this, and hence
the postponement. %
Inmediately after the adjournment of the
wurt the Senate proceeded to its usual legi B
' lative business, bot soon adjourned without
The' House is in session transacting its
1 business as usuaL >
The President's friends are in high spirits,
and Bay that the delay will only give hun ad
. ?Wft"?"*- strength in the Senate.
? ia claimed that Henderson, Grimes, Trum
boil, F essenden, Van -Winkle and Fowler are
certainly for acquittal, and that Anthony, Ross,
Willey, Frelinghuysen and Bprajrne aie still
doubt fd. Yan Winkle and Fowler are not
fully committed for acquittal
TH I KI) DISPATCH.
WASHINGTON, 2 P.'M.-The postponement of
the final vote, encourages the impeachers, but
the friends of acquit:al say it is certain that
eighteen eena tors con be reHed cn. Three
others .will probably join them.
The Radicals are working bike beavers to se
.. ear? conviction on at least one article.
' The case of John H. Surratt was called np
in tb? criminal court to-day, and, at the sug?
gestion of the counsel for the defence, it was
continued to the next tenn. A motion to dis?
charge him on bail win be argued to-morrow.
[TOOM THT ASSOCIATED FBX88-]
WASHINGTON, Hay 13.-IN THE HOUSE, the
Speaker presented a communication from the
General of the army, submitting a statement
. .,af the votes cast for and against the Stave Con?
stitutions, as follows : North Carolina-For
the constitution, 92,690; against, 71,820. South
Carolina-For the const!talion, 70,758; against,
27,288. Georgia-For the constitution, 89,007;
ajp?nst, 71,809. Louisiana-For the constitn
. .Son, 66,152; against, 49,789,1 Alabama-For
^tfje ?onstitotiori, 69JOT; against, 1005. It was i
-.. referred to the Committee on Reconstruction. ;
Sehen ok reported, the internal tax bill, which
was ordered tb- bTprinted. Sch en ok announced
that he would bring np the bil! soon after the
recess and put it to a vote. Tho Pacific Rail
Toad ; matter s were discussed, and the House
then went into committee of the whole. Mun -
gea. said, referring to the resolutions regard?
ing Southern prisonsrs, which were tabled
' yesterday, that he was prepared to prove that
the Confederates had offered three times the
value of -medicines to be carried;by Federal
surgeons to Union prisoners at AndersonviJIe
and other points. The House then adjourned
The Senate passed a b?l extending the city
, - Ia the High Court on the motion to adjourn,
Drake said be made the motion to adjourn
< ?iver because he believed the senators were not
in a condition to attend to business. ConMing
asked what was the matter ? Drake said if
senators could not see what was the matter it
wasjiseless for him to tell them. The whole
country was trembling in on agony of suspense,
and in view of the throes in which the country
waa now suffering, there were senators here
woo were possessed of such composure as to
bOiaaensiDle to it Alter further unimportant
?mames?, the court adjourned. .
The managers this morning claimed a ma?
jority of one; bnt Howard's delirium coo tinn?
ed. The Radical canons was held at ll o'clock,
ff^isn-it was determined to postpone. Should
-Howard- recover, the "managers express them?
selves still confident of conviction by Wade's
vote. No doubtful senator has given public in?
dications since yesterday.
Forney has resigned the Secretarysh ip of the
There was a foll Cabinet meeting to-day, in?
cl riding-Thomas. The* White House was crowd?
ed with visitors.
The Postoffioe Department to-day issued or?
ders to restore the mails between New York
and Philadelphia, and Mobile and New Orleans,
to tho route via Knoxville. They have been
a going for some months via Louisville.
' The Court of Claims adjourned to the first
Monday in Jone ; meantime Judge Charles C.
Nott, of the court, is empowered to proceed to
Charleston and Savannah to verify depositions
is the cotton cases. The court announced the
determination in these cases to take every pre?
caution to secure the government against fraud.
. 'Hie Tax bill presented to the House to-day
abolishes the office of reven oe agents and in?
spectors of revenue departments, and provides
foi the appointment of a supervisor for each
judicial district of the country. The sole power
of appointment and removal of collectors, as?
sessors and all officers of the revenue depart?
ment is given to a commissioner, and indepen?
dent of the President or Senate. Whiskey is
_ taxed two dollars, the same as how. The ta?
bacco tax is unchanged. Cigars ten dollars
per thousand. Special taxes are considerably
increased. Legacy taxes and distribution
shares remain unchanged. Oils distilled from
petroleum remain unchanged. At ports of en?
try the commissioner designates a collector,
who has the whole charge of exports and ware?
house. The tax on distilleries is very slightly
The Methodist Conf?rence.
CHICAGO, May 12.-The Conference thia mor*
ping admitted tie Southern Conferences to full
fellowship. The result waa greeted with loud
Our European Dispatches,
[BT ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH.]
LONDON, May 12.-An anti-Popery riot has
occurred at Ashton-under-Lyne. The mob
paraded the streets, sacking houses and out?
raging the people. Several were Bhot before
the riot was suppressed.
Official dispatches have been received at the
India Office, from General Napier, dated at
Talanta, Abyssinia, on the 21st of April.
After the capture of Magdala, thirty guns
and mortars belonging to the Abyssinian
monarch were destroyed, and the town
razed completely to the rock on which it stood,
Gen. Napier reports that the Queen and
heir apparent are in camp. The army will
reach the Bed Sea on the coast during May.
All the troops are well, and the army trains
wera well up with the advance guards of the
Dispatches from Cannes, France, state that
Lord Brougham died easily. He fell into a
pleasant slumber, from which ho never awoke.
DUBLIN, May 8.-The case of George Franois
Train was before the Bankrupt Court here to?
day. In reply to a question put to bim, Train
said he had no property himself and no con?
trol over that pertaining to his wife. He waa
recommitted for further examination.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 12.-The Sultan, ad?
dressing the new council, said that the time
had come when Turkish manners must yield
to European civilization.
Southern Baptist Convention.
[FBOH OtTF. OWN CORESPONDENT. 1
BALTEUOBE, MD., May 8.-After devotional
exercises the Convention was called to order
by the President, Ber. Dr. Mell, of Georgia.
The delegation bas been largely increased by
fresh arrivals. Among the additional visiting r
rninisters are Ber. Dr. Howard Malcolm, Presi- *
dent of the American Baptist Historical So- \
According to a resolution of the Convention, c
the first half hour of the morning session was 8
devoted to religious exercises, conducted by c
Ber. Dr. Reynolds, of Columbia, S. C. At the z
conclusion of these exercises the Convention J
heard the annual report of the Foreign Mission t
Board, prepared by Bev. J. D. Taylor, D. D., t
Corresponding Secretary. .
The Board recommended the resumption of t
the "Heme and Foreign Journal," a missionary t
periodical, published by the Board prior to t
the late war. The success of the foreign n
missionaries had been considerable. The r
ground occupied by them' was chiefly in "
China, and Africa, and numbers of hea- T
then bare been converted to christianity. e
While the late war was raging in our own ?
country, the missionaries were to a great ex*
tent deprived of the support which thev ie- a
ceived from the (Southern Baptist Convention. E
At tho same time a civil war arose m Africa, t
which resulted in serious personal suffering to i
the missionaries in that country. In one in?
stance, Bev. Mr. Reed, a missionary, was under
the necessity of preparing the coffin for his
own deceased wife, and of interring her with
his own hands. The Board urge tbat the
field be still occupied, and that by no means
should the missionary enterprise be abandoned.
Bev. M. T. Sumner, D. D., read the report of
the Domestic Mission Board. This board is
located at Marion, Ala., and bas bean in exis?
tence twenty-three years. It ha? charge of th e
general missionary work within the limits of
the Southern States, and also prosecutes the
missionary work among the Indian tr.bes of
the West. Nearly four thousand persons had
been baptised by the missionaries of this board
during the past year. About $27,000 had been
expended for the spread of the Gospel in ou g
own country. Delegates appeared from the s
Home Misti?n Society of che North, with a g
fraternal communication for this body, and
Bev. Dr. Jeter offered a resolution to receive it.
The resolution to receive was generally-dis?
cussed by Bev. Dra. Jeter, Boyce, Reynolds,
Poindexter, Winkler and Fuller, aud adopted.
Rev. Dr. Hague, of Boston, then read the com- I j"
munica tu on, whioh was, on motion of Bev. Dr.
Fuller, referred to a committee composed cf j
one from each State, with th J Bev. Dr. Winkler
as chairman. More anon.
BALTEMOBE, MD., May 9.-Last night an im?
mense mass meeting was held m the First Bap.
tist Church in behalf of the domesi ic niio&ions
of the convention. Addresses wore delivered
by Rev. J. B. Hawthorne, of Alabama, Rev. E.
W. Warren, of Georgia, Rev. S. Lmdrum, of
Georgia, and Dr. M. T. Sumner, of Alabama.
At the close of the services a collection was
taken up, amounting to two thousand dollars.
The convention betrau its session to-day
with devotional exercises, conducted by Rev.
J. B. Graves, of Tennessee. Rsv. Dr. Poin?
dexter suggested that special prayer be offered
up in behalf of our country, and at his request
Rev. Dr. Jeter, of Virginia, led the congrega- !
tion iu prayer. The main subject of interest l,
to-day was the Southern Baptist Theological (
Seminary, located at Greenville, 8. C. Sqme f
of the ablest speeches which have been made f
were upon this question. The seminary ap
pealed for aid to continuo its operations. The
professors had been subjected to many priva- 6
tions and hardships, and unless relieved would *
be foroed, by the pressure of circumstances, to }'
resign. Speeches were made by Bev. Messrs. :
Boyce, Broadus, Williams, Winkler, Manly, ?
Hoyne, Bitting, Welch, Curry, and o lhere. Rev. :
J. L. M. Curry made one of his ablest efforts. $
As a platform speaker Dr. Curry has probably
no superior. He is well known to the country as a
rising man in 'the old Congress of the United
States, and afterwards au a prominent member
of the Confederate Congress. He is now a Bap?
tist minister and President ol Howard College,
Alabama. The congregation responded libe?
rally to the appeals wnich were made, and a
considerable sum was raised to relieve tho
seminary. On* gentleman in the congregation
sent up to the secretary's desk his check for
one thousand dollars. Rev. Dr. Fuller's church
pledged to pay five hundred dollars annually
for five successive years. The friends of the
seminary are much encouraged, and feel that
it is now upon a permanent basis.
The '-anons pulpits of the city will be filled p
to-morrow by member s of the Convention. The | e
people of Baltimore will have an opportunity
of nearing the ablest divines of the Baptist de?
The Convention will probably adjourn on
Monday next. The next session will likely be I ?
held at Jackson, Tennessee.
Politics In Marlboro'. | i
[FEO SI OUE SPECIAL C OB RESPONDEN T.]
BEN NUT rs VILLE, 8. C., May 9.
To the Editora of Hue News:
We had to-day an immense concourse of peo?
ple in our ordinarily quiet little village, re?
moved from the busy world, but in reach of the
press. To-day was set apart for the purpose
of malting the nominations of district officers
under the new regime. Between eight hun?
dred and nine hundred persons, as well as your
correspondent could judge, who has seen a
good many in ranks since 13th April, 1861, as?
semble J on the public square, and after march?
ing and countermarching, rallied around the
stars and stripes, and sang "Rally Round our
Flag, Boys ;" after whioh the object of the
meeting was explained, and delegates chosen
to make the nominations. While the delegates
weie performing this duty we bad various
speech^ s from our colored tri ends, some of |
whom heretofore have never ventured to speak
io public. We are all getting more friendly lo
the flag, or more reserved in our opinions, for
I heard nothing said in disrespect, und if we
have a good cotton crop this year, and cet a c
good pnce for it, we will all rally around the t
flag-for, after all, money makes the mare go ; t
a pocket full of rocks fill us with gratitude and i
a spirit of forgiveness.
'The nominations made were as follows: Jere- 1
miali Grant, probate judge. P. McColl, clerk; <
Joel Easterling, sheriff: Calvin Stubbs, coro- t
ner; Abel Quick, Tbos. Gilchrist, Samuel Jack- i
son, county commissioners; James H. Jones, I
school commissioner. AU membeii of the .
P. McColl has been the clerk of (tbe court for
this district from a time whereof the memory
af man runneth not to the contrary. Stubbs is
the only colored nominee-was ? member of
the late convention. There was inclination on
the part of the intelligent members of the
League to nominate suitable persons, who were
not members, which led to warm debate, and
ilmost to a withdrawal of a portion of the dele
jatee from the meeting, which was prevented
by the successful nominee for probate judge
withdrawing, and then the nominations of
:ho committee were carried through without
i pause. Members of the Leaeue disclaimed
.hat their oath bound them to vote for them?
selves alone, but that if they could find men
)Utside, of Republican principles, and inore
lt for office, it was their duty without fear or
aver to elect them. And what is most re
narkable, this sentiment seemed to be enter?
tained only by the colored portion of the League,
lope still fingers in our midst, that good re?
mits must tollow the good intentions of j
?ewly made fellow citizens.
The feeling is strong arnon? the colored pec
)le to run another ticket, and 1 am well as
rured from indications, that th6 League will not
rote as a unit for the nominations this day
nade, for they were acquiesced in only to
ivoid trouble, and to pacify the disturbed ele
nent occasioned by the nomination of a young
imb of the law, who was not a League man.
Politics In Orangeburg.
The following are the Republican nomina
ions in Orangeburg :
Probate Judge-Geo. Sturgean ; Clerk of j
?ourt-Geo. Bolivar ; 8heriff-P. Riggs ; Cor?
nier-L. D. RadzinskiJU. D.: County Commis
ioners-Wm. Mount, Henry Dixson (colored),
i'ohn Davis ; School Commissioner-B. F. Bsn
THINGS IN WASHINGTON.
KB SOUTH CAROLINA CONSERVATIVE? TN WASH?
INGTON-TH tilt EB0TE8T AGAINST THE NEW
A Washington dispatch of the 8th instant
Colonel J. P.' Thomas, J. G. Gibbes and Colo
telL. D. Childs, representing the State Cen
ral Executive Com mi tte J of the Democratic
Murty of South Carolina, came hither to pr??
tent to Congress a remonstrance on the part of
he white people of South Carolina against the
oustituiion recently adopted at the Becon
true rion Convention. To-day the committeo
appeared before the Beconetruction Committee
if the House of Representatives. Mr. Stevens
eceived them with.courtesy. Colonel Thomas, ?
hairman of the committee, and representing
he State Central Executive Committee, re
narked that in analyzing the proposition of
he constitution for Mouth Carolina, there
rere two objections whioh stood out in
?old relief : unqualified negro suffrage, and
he taxation power. He argued to show
heir disastrous effects upon both races,
[be constitution established taxation without
enresentation. Those who have no property
xe to tax (hose who have all . the property.
Jnder the constitution $2,000 OOO might be rais
d in the way of taxes, $1,000,000 of which is
or educational purposes, and yet those advan
ages were to be enjoyed by the blacks alone, ' '
s white children would not attend black
ichools. The State heretofore, in its most
irosperous days, had not been able to bear a
ax of more than from three to four hundred
housand dollars annually. Colonel Thomas,
a conclusion, said he felt it to be his duty to
tate to the committee, that while the whites
re willing to conoede to tue negro all civil
ights and a qualified suffrage, yet the white
ace would never acquiesce in neuro rule. He
"Yon may make us pass under the yoke and
re shall have to do BO, but by every means
rhich God and Congress have left us under
he constitution and laws we will resist this
omination of an inferior race by peaceful
leans, by political efforts, by industrial agon?
ies. We will carry on this political contest
ntil we regain the control which of right be?
ings to the power Of mind and the influence
f virtuo. Nor can you have prosperity in the
louth under your reconstruction scheme; but
ive tbe South a lair showing, restore the
[tates to the Union on a joint basis, and again
rill our people return with willing hearts to
he Union, and the same energy, that same
elf-sacrifice, the same valor whioh they gave
o the 'lost cause,' will they give now to the
Tnion, provided you meet them m a spirit of j
sst magnanimity, and concede to them the
ichts to which they deem themselves enti?
THE ADMISSION OF ABRAN BAS.
A Washington dispatch to the New York
Vorld says: 1
The passage of the bill to admit Arkansas to
epreecntation in Congress was the important
eature of Fridays session, and it was rushed
brough nuder the previou- question. It was
:dmitted by members on both aides that they
tad never had an opportunity to read tho con
titution of Arkansas, but Thad. Stevens did
lot seem to think that would make any differ
nee, and he declined to postpono the bill tc
How members to become better informed.
Ir. Eldridge appealed to the House not
0 perpetrate such an infamy as to force
he bill through at this time. A brief ?
liscuBsion then followed, when Mr. Baker,
a illinois Radical member, took the
loor, and opposed the fundamental condition
u the bill which provided that the State of ]
Lrkansas should never restrict its preeent
lasis of suffrage. Hu claimed that Congress
tad no right to enact any such condition, but
he bill was tat-scd by nearly a part} vote. It
low goes to tbe Senate for concurrence. It
eems to be the intention of the Radicals to
ia.cs tbiB bill and the South Carolina bill,which
1 precisely similar, and admit tho representa
Iv?s from those States, without waiting for
he ratification of the fourteenth amendment
o the Constitution of the United ?States by
hree-fouTths of the Slates, as required by tho
Ifth section of the supplemental act of 1867.
.'he House adjourned over until Monday.
Tile. Lai* Eurthqnnkc.
EBBXBLE EARTHQUAKES AND L08S OF LIFE Ht THE
SANDWICH ISLANDS-VOLCANIC EBUPTIONS
BTVEBS OF BED-HOT LAVA AND FOUNTAINS OF
FIRE-OVERWHELMING TIDAL WAVES-AN EX?
TENSIVE ISLAND OF LAVA THBOWN UP TN THE
A San Francisco dispatch, of the 7th instant,
rives the following further particulars of the
arthquakes, of which we have had a brief ac
ount by telegraph:
The bark Comet, from Sandwich Inlands,
innes accounts of a terrible volcanic eruption
it Mauna Loa. It began March 27th, and ou
he 28th over one hundred earthquake shocks
vere felt at Nilina. During the two weeks lol
owing, to April 13, 2000 shocks occurred at
Yaiscbira. The etrth opened in many places,
j. tidal a ave rose sixty feet hieb, overtopping
:ocoa trees a quarter of a mile inland, and
[weeping human beings, houses, and every
hing movable before it. A terrible shock
irostrated churches and houses, killing many.
)ne hundred Uves were lost, besides thous mus
if horses and cattle. The craters vomited fire,
oe ka and lava. A river of red-hot lava, five or
lix miles long, flowed to the sea at the rate of j
en miles an hour, destroying everything be
ore it and forming au island in the sea. A new
?rater, two mile? wide, opened, which throws
eeks and streams of fire a thousand feet high.
Streams of lava rolled to the sea. At one time
he illumination extended fifty miles at night.
The lava has pushed out from shore one mile
Three miles from the shore a coral island
ose, suddenly emitting a column of steam and
?moke, while the Bono packet was passing,
spattering mud on the vessel.
The greatest shock occurred April 2d. Prior
0 the eruption there was a grtat shower of
isbes and pumice. During the great shock
he swaying motion of the earth was dreadful.
S'o person could stand. In the midst of this,
1 tremendous eruption of red earth poured
lown the mountain, rushing across the plain
bree miles in three minutes, and then ceased,
ben came the great tidal wave, and then the
streams of lava.
The villages on the shore were all destroyed
iy this wave. The earth opened under tho sea,
ind reddened the water. The earth eruption
swallowed thirty persons, and the sea many
nore. Great suffering and terror prevailed in
he whole region affected. A Bloop (Live
yankee) has been dispatched with provisions,
fcc., to rescue and relieve the sufferers,
Honolulu correspondence to the Bulletin, of
this city, gives the details of the volcanic dis?
turbances, showing that the earthquake shocks
extended to all the islauds of tue Hawaiian
group, but no damage, as known, except
around Mauna Loa. ?umer ms and extensive
land slides, accompanied by other phenomena,
occurred, destroying life and property, iho
summit and side ot a hill fifteen hundred feet
nigh were thrown a thousand feet over the
tops of trees, and landed in the valley below.
The gases that issued afterwards destroyed
vegetable and animal life. Fathomless fissures
opened in the mountain sides. A lava stream
flows under ground, breaking out m four jets
six miles from tbe sea, and throwing lava and
stones ten or fifteen hundred feet high.
The new island thrown up is four hundred
feet high, and is now joined to tho main land
by a stream of lava a mile wide. A large stream
of water has burst from the mountain where
the earth eruptions occurred. The base of the
volcano, abcut three hundred miles in circum?
ference, is desolated. At least half a million
of property is destroyed. The king of the
Sandwich Islands has issued a proclamation
for the relief o? the sufferers. Many visitors
had gone from Honolulu, and will go from San
Francisco. The worst is thought to be over,
but the lava flow continues, presenting a grand
The earthquake shock at Heraldsburg last
Dight awoke ail the inhabitants. Several shocks
were felt in California about tbe period of the
outbreak in Hawaii.
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ties of iron phosphorous and calisaya, without
any injurious ingredients. As a preventive to
fever and ague, and as a tonic for patients re?
covering from fever, or other sickness, it can?
not be surpassed. It is recommended by the
most eminent physicians. Prepared by Hege
man & Co., New York, and sold by all respect?
able druggists in the United States.
^aarA^SWEETO MEDICAL mQlJEBLES^
MEDICAL DKPABTMENT, H. E. R. OFFICE, Ko.
97 MAIDEN LANE, NEW TOBE.-Dear Doctor: We
ire compelled to answer ye ur inquiries relative to
the curativo properties of SAB8AFABILLIAN and
Its associates as constituents in oar RENOVATING
BESOLVENT in Lung affections, and ita wonderful
power in arresting waste and decay of the Lungs,
let di og Dicers, loosening the phlegm, and enabling
he patient to expectorate freely the thick sloughing
natter deposited in the air passages and ceils of the
dun gs and Bronchi, and at the same time keeping
rp tbe general strength.of the patient, repairing the
vaste with good, sound and healthy material, im?
parting nourishment ts well as purification of the
?lood,-through the medium of the press;-that
rondreds of others daily writing us for information
nay know tb at we have a remedy in the RESOL?
VENT that wiU arrest the progress of Consumption,
?ither of the Lungs, Liver. Kidneys or Bowels.
The RESOLVENT is a compensating remedy; it com
nnnlcatea ita curative powers through the blood,
i weat and unne; it restores functional harmony and
manies each secreting organ to secrete its proper
lonstituents. Direct remedies, as Lung Balsams,
Sough Syrups, Pectorale, given to act directly on the
Lungs, as a regular remedy, are hurtful, as they
lugment the functions of the Lungs at the expense
if suspending or interrupting the functions of the
Liver, Kidneys and Skin. II a patient suffering with
i severe cough, with a sense of suffocation or weight
[n the chest, irritation or soreness in the throat, pain
in the shoulders, difficulty of raising or expectorat?
ing phlegm, dryness of the akin, or if there is con?
stipation of the bowels, unnatural appetite, great
thirst, or if the water discharged depos.ls substances
like the white of an egg, or brick dust, or thread-like
items, or li there is pain in tba small -ol the back,
lips, stomach or bowels, chest, etc., from a dessert
to a tibls?poonlul of RESOLVENT half an hour after
sach meal, and if the cough is troublesome one tea?
spoonful at night, will afford immediate ease, and
nul soon remove all unpleasant symptoms.
As aids to the Resolvent, if pam is present, the
spine should be rubbed with the Ready Relief, and
DUD to four of Radway's pills (coated) to insure per?
fect digestion and regular evacuations from the
bowe's. The nourLhrag properties of RADWAY'S
RENOVATING RESOLVENT increase the strength
md flesh ot the palitnt. We do not claim that this
remedy will make new lunge, ne? kidneys, or other
(vasted organs, but it will arrest decay, heal ulcers,
and suppl; the waste that is daily pausing off, with
new, sound and healthy material Dr. Rad way can be
consulted, free of charge, from 12 to 2 P. M., at No.
?7 MAIDEN LANE.
The public have but a faint idea of tho great im?
portance cf RADWAY'S RESOLVENT, in tho treat?
ment of chronic disease of the Kidneys and urinary
organs. Sarsapariilian and Par eira Brava, two of its
ingredient, as prepared by Dr. Radway's process
lupplies a want that has ever existed, in rep. iring
the wasto of thc body with pure and beakhy mate?
rial out of new rich blood, bf arresting dissolution
md decay, of restoring tunctioaal harmony, of se?
curing strength, and dissolving calculons concre.
tiona, of curing every form of Kidney, Bladder and
Dter.ne diseases; of stopping all kinds ol' weaseling,
purulent, and irritating discharges; of restoring the
vigor of hie, to all, whether induced by sell-abuse,
impure asaociation, bad habit of system, exposure,
As thc RENOVATING HESOLVEM SARS AP A
RTLLIAN enters immediately into the circulation, it
commences ita worL. o:' purification and expulsion of
acrimonious humors from the blood at once, Skin
Eruptions, Blotches, Pustules, Tetters, Worms and
insects, Black Spots, etc., are removed by a few
doses, iud thc skin changed to a clear and beautifal
This remedy is superior to all preparations of Bn
chu, Cubeb-, Juniper, etc,, m Diabetes, Catarrh of
the Bladder, Gravel, Brick Dusts, and other morbid
Btato of the Urine. The RtNOVAiTNG RESOL?
VENT does not augment tho functional secretions of
one organ by suspending the secretions of other.-.
Ask always for Dr. RADWAY'S RESOLVENT, or
SARSAPABLLLIAN RESOLVENT. Price $1 per
bottle; or six bott es for 85.
DB. BADWAT A CO.,
No. 87 Maiden Lane.
HSJ-Sent to all parts of the United States or Cana?
?y FALLACIES OF I HE FACULTY.-THE
stomach is the ruling organ of the system. Ii the
digestion is imperfect, every member, every gland,
every muscle, every nerve and fibre ls more or less
out of order. All the fluids are depraved. The brain
ls clouded. The spirits are depressed. All dyspep?
tics know this to be the truth. It is i ot, however,
half the truth. Columns would be required to enu?
merate the pains and penalties of dyspepsia, nor
could any pen do them justice. Tens ot thousands
feel them ; no man can describe them.
Can they be prevented ? Can they be relieved ?
Can they be banished at once and forever? UN?
QUESTIONABLY THEY CAN. No dyspeptic bas ever
taken HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BETTERS in vain
Believe no ono who fays the complaint is incurable.
This great vegetable stomachic will eradha e it-is
eradicating it in thousands of case? over which med?
ical practitioners bave shaken their beads ominious
ly, saying, "Nothing can be done."
The faculty has its fallacies. One ot them is that
indigestion is the most difficult of all the ordinary
ailments of mankind to combat and subdue. This
is a mistake. Nothing can be easier than to con?
quer it if the true specific be administered. This
vegetable combination, which has become famous
throughout the civilized world as HOSTETTER'S
SK'llACH BITTERS, is an t-ntidote to the disease
which has never been known to fail, and fortunately
it is everywhere procurable. If you wish to fool
with the dyspepsia, try the pharmacopoeia prescrip?
tions. If you want to root it out and prevent its
recurrence, take the Bitters daily. There is no dis?
count cn the testimony in Ita favor. If there is a
man or woman who has ever tried it for indigestion
without being benefit ted, the tact baa not transpired.
Universal, uncontradicted praise avouches its won?
derful tonic virtues. 6 May 9
aTP. H. H.-ABE SYNONYMOUS WITH
Health, Strength and Vigor. The secret wiU be re?
vealed by investing in a bottle of PANKNIN'8 HE
PATK BTTTERS. Far sale by all Druggists, w
OW NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINE,-Consignees per steamship
CHAMPION, from New York, are notified of her
cargo being This Day discharged at Adger's South
Wharf. AU goods remaining on tho dock at sunset
will be stored at Consignees' risk and expense.
JAMES AUGER A CO., Agents.
as- MESSRS. EDITORS DAILY NEWS :
You will please nominate R. S. DURYEA for Mayor,
MANY NATIVE AND ADOPTED CITIZENS.
?-W O R KIN G M E N'S CANDIDATE.
Major E WILLIS will rece.ve the support of the
workingmen and tax-payers of the city for the
Mayorlty, and we are authorized to state, will serre
if elected. MANY WORKINGMEN.
April 23_Imo_From all Wards.
J93?*MESSRS. EDITORS : WE BEG LEAVE
to suggest the name or Mr. E. D. EN ST ON as a suit?
able candidate for the Mayoralty at the ensuing elec?
tion, being impressed with the importance of select?
ing one who represents every class in this commu?
nity. We are satisfied he will receive the support of
the citizens and TAX PAYERS.
aw OFFICE CITY RAILWAY COMPANY,
CORNER BROAD AND EAST BAY-OTREETS
CHARLESTON, S. C., April 29, 1868.-Persons de?
sirous of advertising on the Panels of the Cars of J
this Company, can be accommodated on application
at this Office. S. W. RAMSAY,
April 29 Secretary and Treasurer.
aw CHAMPAGNES AND CLARETS.
VE CLIQUOT PONSARDIN
"Green Seal" Meet and Chandon
Jules Mumm'a "Private Stock"
Jules Mumm's "Verzeuay"
Jules Mumm's "Cabinet"
Dry Biliary and Verzenay
Chamberlain A Melts
"Urbana" Wine Company.
Johnston's M ed oe
Brandenburg M ed oe
E. B. C. A Co. Bouillac
Johnston's St Lou bes
Chateaux Margeaux ,
Sparkling Catawba, Ac.
WM. S. COBWTN A CO.,
May ll 12_No. 275 King-street
aw OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR.
CITY BALL, MAT 1, 1868.-In compliance with in?
structions received at this office, the City Assessor
would call tho attention of all concerned to the fol?
lowing named branches ot business in which the
tax ol three-quarters ot one per cent muBt be paid,
On all sales by Bakers, Butchers, Hucksters, and
by dealers in Bice, Lumber, Hay, Grain add NV val
Returns for the above and pavment of the tax win
be required irom January L 1868.
W. N. HUGHES,
May 1_15_City Assessor.
aw CIRCULAR.-TO THE LADLES OF
THE VARIOUS CHURCHES IN THE CITY OF
CHARLESTON.-We, the Officers and Members ot
the Young Men's Christian Association of Charles?
ton, would taite this method of respectfully appeal?
ing to you for assistance. We propose holding
' A FLORAL FESTIVAL OR FAIR,
during the latter part of the coming month of May,
hoping we may thereby realize a sufficient amount
to enable ns to continue during the pr?tent year tbe
various religious and charitable works which we
have commenced, and thus far carried on with great
success, but which we must necessarily but reluc?
tantly abandon, unless we derive aid from some
source The plan ol a Festival or Fair, during the
season ot flowers, bas suggested Itself to our minds,
and we feel assured that lt only requires you,' assis?
tance to make it a complete success.
We propose that the ladies of each church prepare
one table or booth, supplying the same with such ar?
ticles for sale as their own good judgment may sug?
gest, believing that a generous emulation thus en?
gendered, as to which sholl best succeed, will, when
ah are combined in one collection, present a most
e'egant and complete display; and, furthermore, that
each table remain nuder the control of the ladies who
prepared it, in order that at the close of the Fair it
may be s:on which hos succeeded be-1 in the enter?
prise, and thereby contributed tho largest amount
towards the cause in which we are all so interested.
We, therefore, respectfully coll upon tho ladies
composing the various congregations of all evangeli?
cal denominations in this city, to combine among
themselves, and commence at once the preparation
of such ai tides as their own fancy and judgment
may dictate. Let all assist, the humblest as well av
the wea'thirnt, and with united enc gies carry out
The members of the Association will, one and all,
cheerfully perform all and every labor that may be
required . f them, and will hold themselves always in
readiness to obey every rcqces .
Those ladies who are willing to assist us are re?
quested to meet every Friday AJternom at Five
o'clock, in the rooms of the Association (in Kin;;
street, over Messrs. FOQAUTD? A STILLMAN'S Store),
to confer with each other and the officers of the As?
sociation, and perfect such arrangements as may be?
come necessary in carrying out tho plan suggested
to a successful termination.
By ordu. cf the Association.
J. Bl FOG ARTIE,
April 21_Secretary Y. M. C. A.
SW ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against tb-j estate of THOMAS A. P. HORTON, de?
ceased, will present them duly proven; and all those
indebted to the same will make payment to
WM. SHEPHERD, Executor,
April 28 w3 No. 297 King-street.
SW A YOONG LADY "RETURNING TO
her country home, after a sojourn of a lew n_cn:be
in tte city, was hardly recognized by her friends.
In place ol a coarse, rustic, flushed face, she hau a
sott rnby con plexion of almost marble smooth?
ness, und instead twenty-three she really appeared
but eighteen. Upon inquiry as to the cause ot so
great a change, Bhe plainly told them that she used
tho CIRCASSIAN BALM, sc d considered it an in?
valuable acquisition to any lady's toilet hy its use
any Lady or Gentlemen can Improve their personal
appearance an hundredfold. It is simple in its
combination, as Nature herself is simple, yet .msur
pasted m its efficacy m drawing impurities tro^
also healing, cleansing and beautifying the skin ana
complexion. By its direct action on the cuticle it
draws from lt all its impurities, kindly h ea ung dir
same, and leaving the surface as Nature intended it
should be-clear, soft, ?mootc and beautitu). ?Tict
21, sent by Mail or Express, on receipt of an order,
W. L. CLARE A CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayeite-street, Syracuse, N. ?.
The only .American Agents for the sale of the same.
March so_ i vr
BW INFANTS DO NOT CRY WITHOUT A
CAUSE.-By an interesting practical application of
chemical laws to the kernels of wheat and barley, a
nutriment is produced and perfected that sets in
operation the natural laws of dige-tiou and assimila?
tion in the most inacdv, indolent and tender
Ktomoch. If your infant suffers from insufficient
breast milk, givo it COMSTOCK':* RATIONAL
FOOD. G. W. COMSTOCK,
53 Courtlandt st., N. Y.
For sale by TOWIE A M ..TSE, Agent?,
May 6 wfmO Charleston. S. C.
aw BATCHELORS HAIR DYE.-THIS
splendid Hair Dye is the best m tho world; the
only true and perfect Dye; harmless, reliable,
nstantaneous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
tints'; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes; invigo?
rates and leaves tbe hair soft and beautiful black or
brown. Sold by all Druggists and Perfumers; an
properly applied at Batchelor's Wig Factory, Ne
Bond-street, New York. Jyr Januaay
BS THE MEMBERS OF THE BAR WILL
take notice that To-Day, the 13th inst, the Town
Issue Docket will bo called from No. 1 to 25 Inclu?
By order o? Court.
J. W. BROWNFIELD, C. C. P.
SS- THE PICNIC CF THE GERMAN SO
DAY SCHOOL is, on account of unfavorable weather,
postponed to Friday, 16th inst. Children will as?
semble on that day at Mr. Hoffman's, Meeting
street, opposite the Citadel, at half-past Seven
o'clock A. M. precisely. THE COMMITTEE.
May 13 _ 1
?S- A REPRESENTATION OF THE MAY
QUEEN, with twenty Maids of Honor and the Four
Seasons, win take place at Plymouth Fair on Thurs?
day Evening next, lath instant.
ts- NOTICE.-ON A FINAL ADJUSTMENT
of the affaire of the late co-partnership of CRAIG,
T COMET A CO., lt was agreed that all the outstand?
ing debts due the Concern should be paid to the
subscriber, who is alone authorized to receipt for the
AU persons indebted to said Concern, by note or
otherwise, will make payment to
36 East Bay,
April 8_Corner Adgert South Wharf.
J?-NOTICE.-THE ALERT BASE BALL
CLUB, of Charleston, 8. C., ia prepared to receive
challenges from regularly organized clubs in the
State of South Carolina, to play for the Champion
ship of the S tata
All games to be played according to the rules of
the National Association.
Communications addressed to the undersigned
will receive attention.
CHAS. A. WINNER,
May 8 fmwf4 Secretary Alert B. B. C.
JO-UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVE?
NUE-COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, SECOND DIS?
TRICT SOUTH CAROLINA, CHARLESTON, MAT
1ST, 1868.-The undersigned Deputy Collector will
be in attendance at No. 48 Broad street, Charles?
ton, until May 31st, to receive from residents of
the City of Charleston, St James' Santee, St James'
Goose Creek, St Thomas and St Dennis, St John's
Berkeley, St John's Colleton, St Andrew's, St
Stephen's, and Christ Church, special or license
Taxes, also Taxes on income, hilliard tables, carriages,
plate and gold watches, included in the annual list
for 1868. Unless payments are made on or before
the day above named, the law imposes additional
FREDERICK A. SAWYER, Collector.
WM. R. CLCUTMAN, Deputy Collector.
JO-NEBVOUS DEBILITY, WITH ITS
gloomy attendants, low spirits, depression, in?
voluntary emissions, less of semen, spennatorrhcea,
loss of power, dizzy bead, loss of memory, and
threatened impotence and imbecility, find a sove?
reign cure in HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC
SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Composed of the
moat valuable mild and potent curatives, they strike
at once the root of the matter, tone up tb? svttem,
arrest the discharges, and impart vigor and energy,
life and vi tah ty, to the entire man. They hav<
cured thousands of cases. Price SS per package of
six boxes and vial, or $1 per single box. Sold by
druggists, and sent by mail on receipt Qt pnce.
Address HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC
MEDICINE COMPANY, No. 562 PROADWAY, NEW
THE GREAT PRESERVER OF
HEALTH. - TARRANI'S EFFERVESCENT SELT?
ZER APERIENT can always be relied upon as a
pleasant, mild, speedy and positive cure in all cases
of Costiveness, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Sick Head?
ache, Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Liver Complaint.
Biliousness, Flatulency, Fullness of Blood, and all
Inflamatory Complaints where a gentle cooling ca?
thartic is required; so says the Chemist so says the
Physician, so says the great American Public of the
Heed ye them, and be not without a bottle in the
house. Before life ls imperilled, deal judiciously
with the symptoms; remember that the slight internal
disorders of to-day may become an obstinate incura?
ble dtseaee to-morrow.
Manufactured only by the sole proprietors, TAR?
RANT ii CO., Wholesale Druggists, No. 278 Green?
wich and No. 100 Warren streets New York.
Sold by all Druggists.
February 22 [oct31] 3mo
?3- WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CURE
WHEATON'S OINTMENT will cure Salt Rheum.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases
Price 60 cents; by mail GO cents. AU druggist*
si-U lt WEEKS & POTTER, Beaton, Proprietors.
?S- ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY. -PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The highest rates paid for DOUBLOONS and al)
kinus oi GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLUB A CO., Bankert,
No. lb Wall str-et
October 19 lyr New York
J ns uni nee.
npBDB AHJJXRIOTON MUTUAL LIFE IN?
SURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
INCORPORATED BY SPECIAL CHARTER, 16C7.
Home Office No. 1214 Main-street, Rich?
INCOME TO 1ST APRIL, 1868, fiscal ytar..8207,000
Number of policies issued, 1034-Insurance, 54,
967,200-one claim, 25000. Showing the largest
average ol policies of any American company, and
success that is unparalleled in the first fiscal year.
Issues all kinds of non-forieiting Life and Endow?
ment Policies, and also Policies upon Return Pre?
NO RESTRICTION OF 1 RAVEL UR RESIDENCE
in any p rt ot North America, north of the southern
cape of Florida, or in Europe, at any season of the
NO EXTRA CHARGE ON FEMALE LIVES.
SPECIAL FEA TUBE OF THE CH AH TEE.
Secures amount ol insurance to a married woman,
whether effected by herself or her husband, or any
other person, for her sole and separate use and bene?
fit, and that of her or her husband's child; en, if any,
a? may be expressed, tree from the control or claim
of her h .isband or creditors, or the person effecting
the same, or his creditors.
Liberal loan of participating premiums upon the
profits of the Company. Lbs policies after three
years, endowment after two years, non-forieit
abie. AU policies after one year have a surrender
Agents desiring to represent the Company* wiU
pleaee address u.e Home office.
JOHN ENDERS. HENRY K. ELEYS ON.
WM. F. TAYLOR. A??A sNYDEH.
SAML. S. COTTRELL. H. E. tt BASKERVILL.
JOHN PURCELL. SAMUEL C. TARDY.
CHAS. T. WORTHAM. 3EORGE JACOBS.
WM. WILLIS, Ja. J. W. ALLISON.
ED. A. SMITH. GEO. t>. PALMER.
1HOMAS J. EVANS. A. D. CHOCKLt Y.
JAMES A. SCOTT. H. C. CA BELL.
B. M. QUARLES. D. J. HARTSOOK.
W. H. TYLER. JOHN C. WILLIAMS.
J. E. EDWARDS. WM. G. TAYLOR.
4. Y. STO?ES. A. P. ABELL.
J. B. MORTON. WM. B. ISAACS.
H. H. DIBBRELL. GEO. L. BIDGOOD.
WM H. PALMER. SAML. M. PRICE.
DAVID L BURR.
J. t. EDWARDS, President.
WILLIAM B. ISAACS, vice-President
D. J. HABTSOOK, Secretary.
CHAJU.ES H. SMITH, M. D., Medical Adviser.
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE,
J. L. HONOUR, Agent.
Nc. 8 BROAD-STREET,
April 27 loso Charleston, S. C.
T HE SWIFT SCBEW STE AM
WSBTP SEA GULL, N. P. DUTTON,
T Commander, will sail lor the above
_?port, from Pier No. 1, Union
Wharves, on Saturday next, 16th Inst., at Two
o'clock P. M.
l brooch Bins Eadine signed to Philadel
Ehia, Boston, Louisville, Ey.. Cincinnati, Ohio. St.
cols. Mo., and other Northern and Northwestern
For Freight or Passage, apply to
COURTENAY k TBENHOLM,
May 13 wfs3 Union Wharves.
NEW TUSK A .YD CHARLESTON
FOR NEW YORK.
THE SPLENDID SIDE WHEEL
'STEAM SHIP MANHATTAN,
WOODHULL Commander, will leave
j Anger's Wharf, on Thursday, 14th
instant, at ll o'clock A. M
Champion to follow on Saturday, theieth ir .stan t,
at3 o'clock P. M.
SSS" The steamers of this une insure at three-quar?
ter per cent
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADGEB & CO..
Corner Adger's Wharf and East Bav (Up Stairs).
May ll_ 4
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
BALTIMORE AND BB?MEN,
TBS SCBEW STEAMERS OT BB NORTH GERMAN LLOYD,
B ERL IN.Capt. UNDUETSCH.
OF 2500 IONS AND 700 HORSE-POWER.
WILL BUN REGULARLY BE
' TWEEN BALTIMORE AND BRE?
MEN, vu. SOUTHAMPTON. From
? Bremen on the lat of each month.
From Southampton on the ?tb of each month. From
Bal timora on the 1st of each month.
PRICE OF PASSAGE-From Baltimore to Bremen,
London, Havre and Southampton- Cabin$90; Steer?
age 136. From Bremen to Paltimore-Cabin 190;
Prices of passage payable in gold, or its equiva?
They touch at Southampton both going and re?
turning. These v?asela take Freight to Loudon and
Hull, for which through bills of lading are signed.
An experienced Surgeon ls attached to each vesseL
All letters most pass through the Poetoffioe. No
bois of lading bot those ot the Company will be
signed. Bills of lading will positively not he de?
livered before goods are cleared st the customhouse.
Fer Freight or Passage, spply to
A. SCHUMACHER tc CO.,
No. 9 South Charles-street, Baltimore.
Or to MORD.- CAI k CO.. Agents,
East Bay, Obarleston, 8. C.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPT'S
THROUGH UNE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FREIGHT AND PASSAGE AT GREATLY RE?
DUCED SATES !
STEAMERS OF THE ABOVE
line leave Pier No. 43, North River,
foot of Canal-street New York, at *
13 o'clock noon, of thc 1st t) th, 16 th
and 24th of every month (except when these dates
fall on Sunday, then tho Saturday preceding).
Departure of 1st and 31? t connect at Panama with
steamers for Sooth Pacific and Central American
porto. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of ll th ot each month connects with
the new steam line from Panama to Australia and
New Zealand. _
Steamship GREAT REPUBLIC leaves San Fran?
cisco, for China and Japan, Jone 3.
No California steamers touch?t Havana, but go
direct from New York to A BP in wall.
One honored pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further information spply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf,
foot of Canal-street, North River, New York.
March 14_lyr_F. R. BABY, Agent
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA.
BY CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH STEAM
L PACKET LINE, VIA BEAUFORT, BILTON
HEAD AND BLUFFTON.
." _?,ir-?w THE STEAMER "PILOT BOY,"
bflggjggg Captain W. T. MCNELTY, will leave
Charleston every Umxlay Night, st 13 o'clock, and
Savannah every Thursday Morning, at 7 o'clock.
AB Way Freight, alao Binf?ton Wharfage, must be
For Freight or Pasease, apply to
JOHN FERGUSON. Accommodation Wbarf.
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, Fh RN ANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S
, ..^r-?^ STEAMERS DICTATOR AND
.--WSfe^rnv POINT, will leave Charleston
every Tuesday ?nd Friday Evenings, at 9 o'cli.cs,
for above (lacee, and Savai.nah every Wednesday and
Saturday, at 3 o'clock P. M.
.Steamer DICTAT OR, Capt L. M. COXETTEB, sails
Steamer CITY POINT, Capt. S. ALEUTS, sails Fri?
Returning, the DICTATOR w?l leave Savannah
every Saturday Mornin;., at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or Paesage apply on board or at office
Of J. D. AIKEN k CU., Agents,
January 3 South Atlantic Wharf.
OFFICE OF HEALTH DEPARTMENT, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., May Tat, 1868. J
rpHE FOLLOWING DIRECTuRY OF THE
JL Health Department is published lor the informa
t on of all concerned :
HEALTH DISTRICT No. l.-Bounded on the north
by sooth side of Calhoun-street, cn the east by
Cooper Bl ver, on tho soo'h by sooth Battery, on the
WrBi by east side of Meeting-street, embracing Wards
Nos. 1 and 3; in charge of Dr. Joseph Yates. Office
and Dispensary No. lti Market-street opposite State.
Residence No. 13 Church-street
BEALTH DISTRICT NO. 2.-Bounded on the north
by south side of Calhoon-strcet, on the east by west
side of Meeting-street, on the south by South Bat?
tery, and on the west by Ashley River, embracing
Wards Nos. 3 and 4; m charge of Dr. S. Chatham
Brown. Office and Dispensary No. 70 Wentworth
street, near St. Phlrp-street Residence corner of
George and Anson streets
HEALTH UISTBIOI No. 3.-Bounded on the north
by City Boondary, ou the east bj Cooper River, on
tbe south by north sloe of f alb nun-street and on
the wist by east fide ot King-Street, embracing
Wards Nos! 5 and 7; in charge of Dr. J. Ford Prio
leao. Office and Dispensary on the southeast corner
of St. Philip and Warren sheets Residence, Beau
fain-street opposite Alazyck-slreet
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 4.-Boundei on the north
by City Boundary, on the east by west side of King
street on the south by north side of Calhoun-street,
and on the west by Ashley River, embracing Wares
Nos 6 and 8; ia charge of Dr. J. Somers Buist. Of?
fice and Dispensary on the southeast corner of St.
Philip and Warren streets. Residence, No. 105
At all the-D.spensaries from 9 to 10 o'clock A. M.
and from 6 to 6 o'clock P. M., daily.
All patients who are able will be required to at?
tend at these Dispensaries daring the hours speci?
fied, and at the Dispensary of the District in which
City Hospital Mazyck-Btreet, in Mazyck-etreet,
between Magazine-street and Queen, west side, ia
charge of Dr. F. Peyre Porcher.
City Hospital. Hampstead, on the corner ol Cooper
and Bay stree tu, in charge of Dr. S. L. Lockwood.
Small Pox h ospital, at Public Cemetery, in charge
of Dr. F. Peyre Porcher.
Office ot He 11th Department, corner of Calhoun
street and Rutledge Avenue.
GEORGE 8. PELZER, M. V.,
In charge of Health Department
OFFICE OF BOARD OF HEALTH, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 4, 1868. j
ON AND AFTER TO-DAY, CHLOBTDE OF JAME
and Copperas, for disinfecting purposes, w?l
be furnished, fret of charge, by Mesas. G. W.
AIM AR, coner of King and Vanderhorst s reeta,
and RAOUL k LYNAH, corner of King and Market
streets, in such quanti, iee as they have been directed
to famish, as City Apothecaries, to applicants for the
The citizens aie earnestly requested to co-operate
with ?he Bo?rd ol Health by making a timely and
odicioos u?e of the articles thus furnished.
GEORGE S. PELZE rt, M. D.,
May 4_10_Qty Registrar.
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, ?
CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, March 12th, 1868, j.
ALL PROPERTY HOLDERS ON THE LINE OF
Meeting-street, and other citizens interested
in the building of a Shell Road on Meeting-street,
from Sprlng-9ireet to the City Boundary, are hereby
respectfully informed that a Book of subscription
will be cpenid for their signatures in my office to?
day, ann that when such an amount is pledged, as
in the judgment of the Cay Civil Engineer will war?
rant the undertaking, the worx will be forthwith
commenced. LOUIS J. BAB BUT,
Mai ch 13_City Civil Engineer.
THE (JREEVV?LLE MOUNTAINEER
I8PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT ?100
per year, tn advance. Advertisements Murtoa '
st usual rates G. E. ELFORD,
May VI Editor and Picpriator,