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THE DAIL?T
RIORDAN, l^Wl?8rK^& Ot}.,
PBOPKIEToW-'
OFFICE No. 18 HAYNE-8TREET.
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SUMMARY.
-o
-Gold Closed in New York yesterday at 89}.
-Co .ton was doll and nominally lo ivor; sales
SSI bales. .
-In Liverpool yesterday, cotton closed heavy,
with sales of 5000 balee; uplands on the spot
Hid., afloat Hf d. j
-General John C, and Mrs. Brec&inridge
were reported at Borne on the first of April.
" -The Emperor of Kassia has sent five valu?
able horses to the Sultan ss a present..
-It is stated that over on? hundred and
thirty ships are in.the port of Buenos Ayres,
rxnablo to obtain cargoes.
-It is stated that Tictor Hugo's devil fish is
found in Alaska, and that our "new citizens"
eat it.
-Butler said Wade would come with the
apple blossoms.9 From present appearances
be will come "out-oider.n
-The leading business men of San Francisco
have organised an association for protection
against fraudulent bankruptcy.
-Great efforts are already being made by the
Democrats to carry the elections in the State of
Maino in September next.
r-The rate of the Bank.of England has been
two per cent: far. more than nine months- a
langer time than lor fifteen years past.
J -In the Paraguayan war it is calculated that
lotty thousand men hare. been lost from
wounds and/orty thousand from cholera.
-?Tue proprietors of the two principal hotels
in Wellington return incomes amounting to
$&??&* ?S67.
-Fi8h culture is attracting mach attention
in thc Northern and Western States. Trout
spawn Las been transmitted aconaiderable dis
taDco by express without injury.
-The Ohio Legislature has .rejected a bill
pro vi dm g for the removal from office of per?
sons who ore unable to perform their duties on
account af habitual intoxication,
-The new cons t i t a?on for the State of Mis?
sissippi has Jost been completed by the Recon?
struction Convention at Jackson, and hos been
signed by the members.
-A soluto of one hundred guns was fired on
Saturday in Boston, Massachusetts, and in
Hartford, Connecticut, by the friends of Presi?
dent Johnson.
-A 'iniammoth'' music box has arrived from
Gexnwr.y, for a German gentleman of Troy,
N. Y. The instrument is about eight feet high
and. four wide, and plays twenty tunes, with
the effect of an orchestra.
-S?nor Gonzales Bravo has announced to
the Spanish Congress the betrothal of the
Princess Elizabeth, daughter af the Queen,
with the Count' Girgenti, brother of the ex
King cf Naples.
-At every Stato election since the spring of
18bJ tho Radicals have, lost ground. A com?
parison of tiio rotor ns ol the elections rn 1867 1
with those held in 1836, shows that the Radi- -
cala have lost in seventeen States. 235,534 votos, i
-The last Greensboro' (N. C.) Times an?
nounces the:death of Hon. John A. Gilmer, j
Mr. Giimer was for many yrvtrs a member of
the Federal Conirreaa before the war, and also '
served in rio Confederate Congress.
N -uBets wore offered in Washington on tho :
15th instant of $1000 te J30.000 that Hancock i
would get the nomination for the Presidency, .,
andthe i?me amrranUhat he wocM-carry Penn?
sylvania by twenty thoosaad majority.
-tThe emigrantB to the United States from
. the province of Panania, in Praams; and espe- ' 1
?tdally from the district of Brotoherg, sro so
mimerons that,. according tb the iGerman
newspapers; several villages are entu-ery desert?
ed. .
-The Dnited States Supreme Court has de?
cided a case in favor of jacob Thompson, for?
merly Secretary of fixe Interior, which rein*
states him in the. possession of-a very con?
siderable interest in landein the Sute of Mis?
sissippi.
-General Buchanan has ordered thc issue of
two hundred rations daily to the inmates Of
the State Insane Asylum at Jackson, Miss.,
in -cf ns?quence of the representations made
to bim of the great want of food in that insti?
tution.
-Complaint is made that tho English diplo?
matic service is monopolized by membeis of
noble families. Moro than one-half of all euch
positions are held by members of such families, .
while three-focrths of the offices given to the
ger try are of inferior rank.
-A clergyman who went down to tho sea in
& Pacific mail steamer, thus narrates his expe?
rience in tho independent : "The fir.it hour 1
felt,as if-I wanted to go ashore; the second
hour I felt as if I should die ; tho third hour
I didn't care whether 1 died ox not ; the fourth
hour I was afraid I shouldn't die.*'
-Tho Emperor of Brazil has no sons, bu?
two daughters. If he persists in his intention
to abdicate, it is supposed the Princess Isabel?
la, his eldest daughter, will succeed to thc
throne. She is almost twenty-two years old,
and is the wife ol the Count D'Eu, son of tuc
Dukci i'd Nemours, and grandson of Sing Louis
Philip.
-Ono thousand florins ($?00) in gold are on
the way to Nev York,' as tho contribution of
the Vienna (Austrian) Sehnt genfest Commit?
tee to the prizes to be shot tor at the ap?
proaching International Sharpshooter'^ Fes ti- .
val m this city next June. This is in return
for a $1200 Steinway piano sent from New York
to Vienna for a si mil ir purpose
-The government budget of the North Ger?
man Confederation has been made public.
Tho total expenditures for tho ensuing fiscal
year are estimated at $53,655,000. Of. this
som $52,920,000 wdl be required mr thc mili?
tary ^d'marine'administration of the Con?
federation. The total income from the cus?
toms and imposts levied by the Zollverein,
from the postal and telegraphic services, and
from other Federal sources, is estimated at
$36,750,000, and the individual States of the
Confederation, including. Prussia, are co con?
tributo the balance of $16,905,000, according to
their respective financial quotas, as apportion?
ed by the Federal Constitution.
-Tho Court Journal thus describes the lost
phase of female fashionable deformity : Short
tunics?, immense bouffants behind, fixed upon
an enarmona bustle, which seems to throw the
figuro forward, and has altered tao walk of tbe
Paris ladies entirely. They all teem to fall flat j
upon their noses. The short petticoats and
heavy bundle about their hips seem too weighty :
Br tno?nxwr tum legs to carry, and sometimes
e greatest anxiety ?a felt for the consequen
<ces. Prince Talleyrand's observation is recalled
to mind morennan onoe during a .valk along
the Bouleversa, especially in a high wind.
"Tho Due do Noailles is decidedly the boldest
nun in France." ^'Why so?"- "Because he
dares to cross thc room on his own less." And
this is just tho sentiment inspired by the spin?
dle's ouwhict the Paris laches are bravo enough
to cross tho street.
-Mr. Wftshburne, of Illinois, introduced in
the House of Representatives, on Monday, a
bill for the construction of a government tele?
graph, under tho direction of the Postoffice De?
partment, betwoen New York and Washington,
under which no message shall bo sent over the
'line unless stamped with a three cone postage
stamp, and establishing a uniform rate for
messages, without regard to distance, of one
cont tor each word, exclusive of address and
signature, but no messaire shall be sent for
less than ten cents, and two cents shall be
charged for the delivery. Government dis?
patches shall go free and be entitled to prior?
ity.- Newspaper telegrams shall be transmit?
ted at a reduction not exceeding fifty per cent?
um on their rates. Tho bill appropriates sev?
enty-five thousand dollars for establishing the
line.
-The Irish Church establishment is com?
prised in thirty-four dioceses, with 1391 bene?
fices and 376 perpetual cures, in all 1667 incum?
bencies, with a net income of about ?339,804.
The hierarchy consists of two archbishops and
ten bishops, with an income of ?58,764, thus
making the annual tax on the people of Ireland,
for the item of ecclesiastical salari?e alone,
something like $1,750,000 in gold, per annum.
As illustrating at once the merits of the church
controversy and the manner in which this tax
must fall, we subjoin statistics based on the
religious complexion of the population of Ire?
land:
Establ'd Dis
Catholic Church- sooters. Total.
Landed proprietor?..3676 4014/ 793 8413
Clergymen.80 4 2:c5 990 0278
Lawyers...... 890 1676 174 3610
Physicians..761 1219 678 3358
Teachers.. ....11054 6940 2372 1934?
farmers......;558591 133191 133571 815356
Army and navy.....10969 16110 3269 31328
Per cen:, of on tiro .
population......0.75. 0.14 0.10 1.00
CHARLESTON.
-o-;
i THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1868.
Tl?e Conservative .Nomination for Mayor.
The Conservative Nominating Convention
has done well in presenting to our citizens
Colonel WM. PATTER as a fit and proper per?
son for the chief place in the municipal
government of Charleston. It -as not easy
to make a choice. Candidates were in the
field who w:re wholly ineligible, but who,
in ordinary limes, would have received a
satisfactory support.' The Republicans had
suggested as the dernier resort for Mayor a
citizen m ose name- was not even brougfit
before the nominating convention. It was
known that the elections would be a death
struggle, and that upon the issue depended
fortune, happiness, and, perhaps, life itself.
The members of the convention felt the
warm blood of the South coursing through
their veins, and prompting them to make a
nomination that should be essentially and
thoroughly Southern. But they remem
bored that they held the fate of Charleston
in their hands. They knew that division
and discord would seat the nominee of the
ultra Republicans in the Mayor's chair,
and, setting aside, for the most part, all
personal leanings, they nominated a gentle?
man who is eligible under the law, and who
can command the respect and confidence of
every respectable white and colored man in
the community.
. The convention has fulfilled its tusk, and
it now remains .'for the citizens at large to
give its nomination force, power and effect.
A masa meeting of Conservative citizens,
irrespective of class, should be held as soon
as the nominations ?for Aldermen can be
completed, and to this meeting can be sub?
mitted for approval every Conservative nom?
ination. This will be no hole and corner
affair, but a plain and straightforward set.
The work has been done openly from the
beginning, aai| with a'candidate for the
Mayoralty who gives us strength aud not
weakness, the convention and ward meet?
ings can go fairly aud squarely before the
people and ask with confidence u ratifica?
tion of their conduct.
Now, indeed, must wc put our shoulders
to the wheel. The fight will be a hurd one,
and there must be no straggling from our
ranks. Prudence, thrift, patriotism, and
common forethought point out the.necessity
of united action; fur union will be victory,
nnd disunion will be defeat. Every man
must go into the contest with a will, aud u
determination to save the good old city from
the ruin that threatens her. White man
and colored man tiro interested alike, for
what will bring poverty toi he ono will send
starvation to the other. With Colonel PAT?
TEN as Moyor the city will bo sul'e, and if
we but work hard, and together, this
Northern genllemun wno hus cast his lot
with ours, and upon whose reputation there
is. no shadow or stain, will, in less than
twenty days, be Mayor of the City of
Charleston.
The Two Cnmliil.itcs.
Colonel WILLIAM PATTEN, who has been
nominated for Mayor by the;Conservative
voters of Charleston, is a native cf New
York, and is now about thirty-five years of
age. At the beginning of the late war he
was appointed aide-de-camp to Lieutenant
General WINFIELD SCOTT, and in this posi
tidn. he ehowed so much executive ability
and financial knowledge that he was soon
afterwards appointed Major and Paymaster
in the United States army. In this capacity
he served throughout the war, being bre?
vetted Colonel at Harper's Ferry for "allant
and meritorious conduct. In November,
liSC?, he was mustered out of service, and
settled in Christ Church Parish, in this
Stale, where he has since been engaged in
cotton planting. Colonel PATTON is a gen?
tleman of frank and open manner, aud of
fino personal appearance. He is evidently
a man of great intelligence, and is known
to entertain broad and comprehensive views.
Above all, bc is a progressive man, and
while he upholds the fair fume of the city,
he will not allow her to fall behind in the
commercial race.
Mr. GILBERT PILLSBUBT, the ultra Radi?
cal nominee for Mayor, is a native of Mas?
sachusetts, and about fifty years old. It is
said that he was at one time a member of
the Massachusetts Legislature, and it is
certain that towards tho close of the war he
held a position at Hilton Head io connection
with the United States Government.. .After?
wards he was^made Agent of the Freed?
man's Bureau in this State, and had charge
of the City Orphau House, drawing one
hundred and seventy-five dollars per month
for the services of "himself, .his. wife and
adopted daughter. When elected a member
of the Constitutional Convention he was
ejected from the position that he held in the
Bureau, and he is now regarded as a mar?
tyr to his political creed. Mr. PILLSBURY
was nominated by a handful of colored peo?
ple, and is not recognized by leading Re?
publicans as the regular nominee of the
party. He is plausible in his manner, but
is not so winning in his appearance as to
command confidence or respect. Mr. PILLS?
BURY is believed to be a thorough dema?
gogue, and if elected, will radicalize the
whole city government.
Co $ent.
TV?rO~sB??StW THAT
would room together, can be accommodated
m a private lomily, where there are no other board?
ers. ApplyotTIilSOEF^^_May 21
TO RENT, HOUSE AS JU STORE. No. 69
BROAD-STREET, former residence of John
Drummond. Ioqu'.re at Nos. 19 and 20 BOYCE'S
WHARF in the day, erst No. 8 ST. MICHAEL'S AL?
LEY, in the evening, of NINIAN DRUMMOND.
May 21_tb3
TO RE WT, 'IN V HEALTHY PART OF
the city, a genteel RESIDENCE on Calhoun
street, next to the Methodist Paisooage. The above
wiU be rented to a good tenant on reasonable terms,
bv applying to J. RUSSELL BAEEB, No. 233 King
street. . May 19
TO RENT, OR FOR SALE, A PLEAS?
ANT THREE-STOBY BRICK HOUSE, Mago
zine-street, opposite Franklin. Terms moderate.
Also, to rent a TWO-Sl'ORY HOUSE, Meeting-street,
south of Woolfe-streer. Apply to Dr. RODRI?
GUES, corner Meeting and Society streets.
May 19 Imo
TO RENT, APART OF A HOUSE THAT
bas lately undergone thorough repair, con?
sisting o' four or five rooms, with two kitchen
rooms, with use of cistern and separate yard; house
pleasantly situated m a healthy and res ectable
neighborhood. Address "ELLERSLIE" DAILY
NEWS OFFICE May 19
TO RF. \ T.-FART OF A HOUSE,
KITCHEN, 4c, near tho Battery, partly fur?
nished if needed. Apply at No. 6 MEETING
SIUEET, between ten and two o'clock.
FebrnatylO m th
fliO RENT. HOU?E No. GS RUTLEDGE
A Avenue, su'tablc for a small (amily. Apply to
E. L. BABEE, ?o. lal East Bay.
- May 15
IIO RENT, STORE No. 23 HAY' V E
STREET, with Fixtures. The Store runs through
to Mvket-street. Bent low. Apply at No. 13 HA?NE
STBEET; '_J_Moy 2:
TO RENT, THE UPPER PART OF
House southwest corner of Calhoun and King
streets. Bent moderate. Apply at No. 433 EING
ST3l?f-.T, two doora below Calhoan-street.
April 27_i
TO RENT. THE STOKE NOW OCOU- |
PIED by B. M. Welch, corner of Market and
MceUng streets; also, the Grocery Store on Market
street, west ot the above, and formerly occupied by
J. Trim.
ALSO,
THE SPACIOUS STORE IN THE ADGEB BUILD?
ING, entrance on Market-stree', formerly occupied
by Mackey k Baiter. ?<
ALSO.
THE TWO STORES ON KING-STREET, TN THE
ADGER BriLDING, north of Messrs. Baoal i
Lynah. Inquire ot
E. W. MARSHALL,
May 2 stuth No. 143 Meeting street.
?o5t uno /anno.
LOST-THE GENTLEMAN WHO LAST
evening took from tho door of the dining room I
of the Charleston H itel an UliBBELLA that did not
beion; to bim ls requested to leave lt at THIS OF?
FICE. _3_May 20
BUNCH OF KEYS-FOUND. IN ST.
PhRlp-street on Thursday, a BUNCH OF KE?S.
i he owner eau obtain them at this office on pay?
ment of expenses. May 10
LOST, BETWEEN THE RATTE RY
and the Mall, either m the lower part of King
street, Trodd. Meeting or Columbus streets, FObTY
DOLLARS, tied m a handkerchief. The bills Were
two Tens and ono Twenty. The finder win" receive
a suitable reward by leaving the same at THIS
OFFICE_April 30
/or Sole.
SODA WATER APPARATUS FOR
SALE- Marble slab, two Fountains, Cooler, ic,
complete, for sale Apply at No. 82 EAST BAY.
April 13 m wi
TO PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYP'" and JOB MATERIAL
for sale, m lots to sun purchasers. Terms reason?
able, and caeb. Also, a tine HAND TRE--S, price $250;
BU Adams' Power Press, price S15Q0; and a Card
Press, price Sion. Apply to F. G. DxFONTAINE,
Box o. 92. Charleston Postorfice. tj April 8
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPER*, IN
any quan?ty, price 75 cents per hundred. Aoply
at the Office of the DAILYNEWS. February 20
O?f?ttonal.
IENGLISH AND MATHEMATICAL
J SCHOOL.
TERMS-$2 FER MONTH.
Apply for presont at No. 67 COMING-STREET,
near Calhoun. A. DOTY, Ja.
May 21_
SIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL!
No. -35 WENTWORIH-STBEET, LECTURE BOOM
OK ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH
THE HOUR> FOR THE EXERCISES LN ARITH?
METIC. WRITING, IU-ADING, GI- RM AN and
EN GUS tl GRAMMAR a? from 7 to 9 o'clock P. M.
Terms-S2 per month tn advance
Uook-keepini; charged extra.
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
Gp?r?iicrsljij)5.
DISSOLUTION.
rE FIRM ? F HAMILTON A- SMITH. OF
Charleston, S. C.. was dissolved by mutual con?
sent ou 2ath of April, 1S6S.
JOH.V A. HAMILTON.
JULIUS c. sMrrs.
NOTICE.
ME. JOHN A. HAMILTON HAVING WITH?
DRAWN Iroui the Him of HAMILTON &.
>MiTH, the subscriber gives uotice that the affairs
of the concern will be settled by him. AU porsous
having claim- against the him will present the sane,
jud those indebted will settle wi.h
JULIUS C. SMI1H,
April 30 thfi Greenville, S. C.
gotcls.
Tyj- A D A ?IX E G I D I EKE,
CALDER HOUSE.
CORNEE OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Transient Board 5- 50 per Day.
April 20
QILMeOK HOUSE,
MONUMENT SQUARE.
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND,
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
W
I L L 1 A .tl I R W I N ,
PEOPRIE rou OF THE
PALMETTO HOUSE,
SPABTANBUBG, S. li,
December
gPOTTSWUOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PrtoPHiETons,
RICHMOND, VA.
April g_
-yr E W YORK HOTEL,
' No. 7 2 1 B ROA D WA T,
NEW YORK C [TY.
O. BE, H1LDUETH 6i CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRM-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known iu former timos
uuder the managten t ot J. B. MONK OT, Esq., and
more recently uuder tbat of HIRAM CRANSTON A
C ., is now nudei the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HLLDRETH k T. B. ROCKWAY, uncrthe firm ot
D. M. HLLDRETH k CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as a
pioprietor of the Veranda, >L Louts and st. Oharle?
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters hansel) that ho can
assure his fr.euds and ihe public generally, that its
former world-wiJe reputation as a popular first-class
Hote\ shall bs tully sustained under its present
mana^emsat. lyr* February 13
Wents._
NTTRSt--onewithonta child. Apply at No.
0 AsHLEY-STRECT._May vi
TirmED~?HMEDIATEI,Y, TWO
TT FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKERS. Apply to
Mrs. M. J. ZERNOW'S ^'illiiiery and Dressmaking
Establishment, No. 302 King-street.
N. B.-Just received, Madame Demorest's CELE?
BRATED PAPER PATTERNS, for the month of
June. May 21
WANTED, FOR THE SUMMER
MONTHS. TWO FURNISHED OR UNFUR
NlSH . D ROOMS, pleasantly situated upon South or
East Battery. Address LOCK BOX No. 10, or apply
at No. 43 BROAD-STREET, between the hours of
ten and two o'clock. _3 May 21
AKARE CHANCE!-MONEY TO BE
MADE 1-1 eD Thousand Dollars guaranteed,
witnin from sixty to ninety days, to any partv,
male or terna .e. who will advance Five Hundred Dol?
lars cash, which, by tho by, will be secured to the
party advancing. No humbug, as will be ascertain?
ed upon addressing (for two days) through the city
Postotflce SPECULATION AND ENTERPRISE.
May 21_ 1
WANTED. A FLACK AS GARDENER.
An ex-member of Hagood's Brigade, C. S. A.,
who lost ah arm in the war, and who is now Ul re-,
duced circumstances, is anxious to get employment
as HARDENER, and to take charge ot lots at Mag?
nolia. He is willing to work and can give the best
testimonials as to experience, efficiency and fidelity.
Address J. H. THOMAS, DAILTNEWS Office.
. May 12_ ?
"ITT ANTED TO PURCHASE, CASH
VV MERE GOATS. Apply to
SETH SPENCER,
May 14 thS ?_No. 7 8tate-street.
WANTED, A SMALL HOUSE OF FOUR
OR FIVE ROOMS, within five or eight
minutes' walk of the NEWS Office. Rent not to ex?
ceed $450. A part of a house would be accepted.
Apply to "P. D. P.," News Onice. May 8
WANTED TO PU RCHASE, A SECOKD
HAND 7>i-OCTAVE PIANO. For particulars,
Address" D. C.," stating terme, at this Office.
MayS_i_i_
WANTED BY A YOUNG LADY, A SITU?
ATION AS TEACHER in a private family.
Would preter to go into the country. Best of refer?
ences given if required. Addires? "J. E. B"" Charles?
ton Postoffioe. ;. _April 27
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT AS A
WATCHMAN, or In any other capacity in
which he can earn a livelihood, by a one-armed
soldier, who is in distress for want of work. Ad
dress "J. S.," Office of the DAILY NEWS.
April 21_
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZI> ES AND NEWS?
PAPERS; at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21_No. 101 King-street,
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
to sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING METAL?
LIC CLOTH ti S LINES. Write for circulars^ the
AMERICAN WTRL COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway.
New York. _ 6mos_April 20
WAITED. - A LADY OF REFINE?
MENT and tducation desires' a situation as
GOVERNESS. References unexceptional For further
information, address Box 257, Postoffice. Richmond,
Virginia,_April 10
A GENTS WANTED.-FOR A DOOK
l?L entitled A PICTURE OF THE DESOLATED
STATES, and the Work or Restoration. Every voter
needs lt before November, 1668.. Freight, largest
commissions and a premium of $500 paid. For par?
ticulars address, L. STEBBINS, '
March 31 2mo?_?- Hartford, Ct
WANTED. SALESMEN TO TRAVEL
for a Manufacturing Company and sell by sam?
ple. Good wages are guaranteed. Address, with
stamp, HAMILTON & HOWE, No. 418 Chestnut
street, Philadelphia, Ta. arno* March 30
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB?
SCRIBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES O. RICHTER'S 8elect Library of New
Bookf contains all of the latest publications.
ApAi 21 No. 181 KING-STREET.
Jnsnronrc.
fJIHE
NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
THOMAS FROST,
AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
No. 64 Broad-street.
The NON-FORFEITURE PLAN waa originated by
this Company. tuthsdmo April 14
R'
OF
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL TWO MILLIONS OF POUNDS STER?
LING, AND LARGE RESERVE FUND.
i ire Bisks takon on Buildings, Produce, Merchan
dise, ?tc.
Losses promptly adlusted here, without referen ct.
to England, in Sterling or currency, at the option of
the assured. W. C. BEE b CO.. Agenta,
February 22 stuthOmo Adger's North Wharf
rjTHE ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE IN?
SURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
INCORPORATED BY SPECIAL CHARTER, 1867.
Home Oflleo l?o. 1314 Main-street, Rieb*
mond, Va.
GUABANTEE CAPITAL..8136,000
INCOME TO-1ST APRIL, 1808, fiscal y tar..8*07,000
Number of policies issued, 1034-Insurance, $4,
'967,200-one cl ulm, $6000. Showing the largest
average ot policies of any .American company, and
Buccess that is unparalleled lu the first fiscal year.
Issues all kinds of non-forfeiting Life and Endow
mont Policies, and also Policies upon Return Pre?
mium Plans.
NO RESTRTCTION'OF TRAVEL OK RESIDENCE
in any p rt of North America, north of the scut hera
cape of Florida, or In Europe, at any season of the
year.
NO EXTRA CHARGE ON FEMALE LIVES.
SPECIAL FEATURE OF THE CHARTER,
i Secures amount of insurance to a mariiednroman,
whether effected by herself or her husband, or any
other person, for hei sole and separate uso and bene?
fit, and that of her or her husband's children, if any,
as may bc c xpres-cd, free from the control or claim
of her husband or creditors, or the person effecting
thc some, or his crediton.
Liberal loon of participating premiums upon the
profits of thc Company. Lite policies after three
years, endowment otter two years, non-iorfclt
ablc. AU policies after one year have a surrender
value.
Agents desiring to represent the Company will
plejsc address tuc Homo office.
DIBECTOBS.
JOHN ENDERS. HENRY K. ELLISON.
WM. F. TAYLOR. ASA >NYDER.
SAML. 5. COTTRELL. H. E 0. BASKERVfLL.
JOHN PURCELL. SAMUEL 0. TARDY.
CHAS. ?. WORTHAM. GEORGE JACOBS.
WM. WILLIS, Ju. J. W. ALLISON.
El>. A. SMITH. GEO. S. PALMER.
THOMA* J. EVANS. A. D. CHOCKLtY.
JAMES A. SCOTT. H. C. CAREEL.
B. M. QUARLES. D. J. HARTSOOK.
W. H. TYLER. JOHN C. WILLIAM?.
J. E. EDWARDS. WM. G. TAYLOR.
A. Y. STOKES. A. P. ABELL.
J. it. MORTON. WM. B. ISAACS.
lt. H DIBBRELL. GEO. L. BLDG00D.
WM. H. PALMER. SAML. M. PRICE.
DAVID I BURI!.
J. E. EDWrARD.\ President.
WILLIAM B. TSAACB. vice-President.
V. J. HARTSOOU, se-oretury.
CUAHLES H. SMITH, M. D., Medical Adviser.
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE.
General Ageut.
J. L. HONOUR, Agent.
<p No. S BROAD-STREET.
April 27 Imo Charleston, S. C.
poor?infl.
BOA i ; DING : BOARDING: BOARDING:
Mrs. A. TRACEY is now prepared to accom?
modate a few more Board-rs. Terms moderate.
Apply at No. 7$ BROAD-STREET. April 13
tUatermg platts.
Q.REENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR
SPRINGS,
GREEXBRIER COUNTY, IF. VA.
The under-igued, lessees of this old and well
known
WATERING PLACE,
announce that (encouraged hy the liberal patrooasre
received last season; the have largely added to their
accommodations iu comfort and in appa* rance, and
aro prepared to entertain FIFTEEN HUNDRED
GUESTS.
The Bathing accommodations are in fine order;
Hot aud Warm Sulphur Baths, so eminently effica?
cious m many cases, are at the command of visitors'
at all hours.
In addition to other amusements, they have pro?
vided a new and elegant BOWLING ALLEY and
BILLIARD BOOM, conveniently located.
Professor ROSENBERG KR'S cel?brate! FULL
DRAsS BAND has been engaged for the season.
A good Livery Stable will -e kept on the premises.
The completion of thc Virginia Central Railroad to
Covington leaves only twenty miles of staging,
through o beautiful mountain country, ov. r a well
graded turnpike.
Terms: Three dollars per day, and eighty doh"ara
per month. Chi drea under ten years of age and
colore! servants hah price. White servants accord?
ing to accommodations. PEYTON & CO.
May 'J Imo
feelings.
W;VKD No. 1.
AMEETING OF THE CONSERVATIVE VOTERS
Ol* Ward No. 1 will bo bold To-ilorrow (Fiiday)
Ecming, nt Eight o'clock, at South Carolina Hail,
Meeting-street, lor tho pur *>se of nominating candi?
dates for Aldermen to represent the Ward in City
Council, at the election ordered to be held on the 2d
and 3d proximo.
It is hoped there will be a genoral attendance of |
the voters of tho Ward on the occasion, as the busi?
ness is of vital importance to every resident of the
Ward-^y._May 21
GOD SAVE IKKL VMJ.
THE REGULA* MEETING OF THE'EMMETT
CIRCLE, F. B., (rill bo hold This Evening, at
Eight o'clc k, at Hibernian Hall, Me e tin zs tree t.
. By order. G. NUNAN,
May 21_1*_Secretary.
BVOJtJBWAItL F Hit: RNGIVR COMPANY.
ATTEND A REGULAR MONTHLY 11EE1TNG
of your Company, Thu Eeenimj, at Market
Hall, at Eicht o'clock precisely.
By order. W. G. MILLER,
Moy 21 1 Secretary.
IM THE DISTRICT COURT OF THU
UNITED STATES, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROTINA-IN THE MATTER OF JOHN
G. THURSTON, BANKRUPT.-IN BANKRUPTCY.
To whom il may concern: The undersigned hereby
gives notico of his appointmant as Assignee of JOHN
G. THURSTON, in the District of Charleston, and
State of South Carolina, within said District, ?ho
ha, boen adjudged a bankrupt upon his own peti?
tion by the District Court of said District.
Dated the 13th day or May, A. D. 1868.
- EDWARD N. THURSTON,
May 14 th3 ' Assignee.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-DABNEY MOR?
GAN & CO., vs. THE PRECEDENT AND DLREi 5
TORS OF THE BANK OF THE STATE OF ?SOUTH
CAROLINA-TN EQUITY.-Upon hearing the BIB
and Answer in this case, it is ordered :
* * ' . * . * *
2. That the said Master, by public advertisement
in one or more leading newspapers in the City of \
CharUetou, Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York and
Augusta, call in any person or persons claiming to
be creditors ho'ding BlUs or Noter of the Corpora?
tion known as "Tho President and Directors of tho
Bank of the State of South Car. lina," to make proof
of their claims on or before tho first day ot Juno
next ensuing. Also, notifying, by said advertise?
ment, all creditors residing in the United States
holding ?tato Stock, for which said Corpora lion hos
been made liable by law, said Stock being described
in the pleadings as "Fire Loan Bonds," owned in the
'United States" to make proof of the same within
the same period.
3. In all cases of persons claiming, whether said
claims consist of Bonds, Fire Loan Stock or Bank
Notes, due notice of the application to maka proof
sball be given to the patties to the BIB and Answers
in these proceedings or their solicitors. And in all
such casas whore partios claiming shall hold or be
possessed of any securities given and accepted as se
euri ty'""or tho chums by hun or them made'such
party or parties shall, on presentation of said claims,
make a statement of such securities and their prob?
able value; and, also, a statement of the time when,
the claim or claims presented came into his, her or
their possession; and the consideration poid therefor
that the same may be considered by tili* Court in
determining the amount of such claims and the
disposition of such securities. '
(Signed)' - J. P. CABBOLL.
* ? . * * . * *
3d Marou, 1868.
OFFICE OF THE MASTER TN. EQUITY, 1
CHARLESTON, 16th March, 1868. j
In pursuance of the order of Chancellor Carroll,
made in the above stated case, extracts from which
aro now set forth, all persons therein referred td ore
hereby notified to make proot before me of their
respective claims on or before the 1st day of Juno
next ensuing, at my office in the dry of Charleston.
\ JAMES TUPPER,
March 19 thu ml Master In Equity
Pastness Carta.
?r H . SASS,
j ATTORNEY AT LA W,
ADD
SOLICITOR .TN EQUITY.
ta* Office No. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ple's National Bank. May 8
yr ILLLIS di CH1SOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
isa
SHIPPING AGENTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of J
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. C.
E. WILLIS.A B. CBTSOLM.
October 25
VISITING, WEDDING AND CHURCH CARDS,
of tho latest style, and engraved in a manner
unsurpassed by the best Northern work..
SEALS AND MONOGRAMS of every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING In all ita
branches.
Also, STENCIL PLATES CUT, TNK AND BRUSHES.
Call and examine specimens at
WM. FISHER,
No. 92 Hasel-strect, Charleston, S. C.
Maret 4_?__3mo
T> FOLEY'S
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 86 HARKET-STREFT,
CHABLE6T0N, S. C.
Where may be fumd every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
der.birts, Vesta and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Bairs,
Valises, fcc. February6
X> M. MARSHALL of BROTHER,
AUCTIONEERS,
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ic, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
PROPEBTY LEASED.
?S-Auc?ou of HOBSES, FURNITURE, ic, every
W-dn"dav._ October 19
JpUOST, BLACK. Ai CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In, and Manufactu?
rers of
FURNITURE OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal-street,
New York.
Steamboals, Hotels and Public Buildings iurnish
cd at tLe shortest notice. All Goods purchised of
our Bouse guaranteed os r presented.
May 1 fmw3mos
rjriHE OL O ESTABLISHED
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE,
No. 311 KING-STREET,
Between Society-street and Georpc-strcet
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
January 21 tuthsCmos No. 314 King-street
?jy^AXIVELO, dc PAYSON,
1 WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
No. 209 FRONT-STREET, NEW YORK.
Consignments of VEGETABLES solicited.
Beferences-J. F. O'NEILL it SON, Cbarlerlon;
WM. GURNEY, Charleston. stuthlmo April 13
Jg H. KELLERS & CO,,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 M EETTNG-bT R BET, NEAR MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
RECEIVED WEEKLY.
?5"PRE'!URIPTIONS PCT UP WITH CARE.-Sft
January 3 ruths
gAMUEL R. MARSHALL,
IMPORTER ANT) DEALER VS
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, GUNS AND AGRICULTURAL
IM PLEMENTS,
Ko. 310 KING-ST., 3d DOOR BELOW SOCIE1Y,
Sign of the Golden Gan,
CHARLESTON, S,
March 21
C.
3mo
I_ ^ ?uiciai.
?OXEJt^ WANTED.
W^SSF TO BORROW ON FIRST CLASS REAL
ESTATE in the city in sums to wit lenders.
Apply to H. H. DELEON,
May 20 3_Broad-street.
??isitiimom.
M'kRR ?i LAN<SIML\N'S PATENT LI?
QUID BI-SULPHAiE OF LIME, a certain pre?
servative of E?gs, Fruit, Meat, &c, tor any length of
time. For sale by Druggists ana Grocers.
May 10_stuthl3
DON'T FAIL TU TRY THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANEMN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all DruKgi?*-".
DON'T FAIL TO TRV THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for ah Dis
eases of the Digestive organ? and the Liver. For
sale by all Druogtsts.
DON'T PAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing reiiedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and .ho Liver. For
sale by all Druggist).
DON'T FAIL TO TRY TUE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of thc Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
Hale by all Druggist).
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for'all Dis?
eases ot the Digestive Organs and the Liver, For
sale by all Druggists.
DON'T FA LL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
DON'T F AJLi TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by ail Druggists.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale-by all Druggists_'
PON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN 10*10, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTEBS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For.
sole by all Druggists.
DON'T F ALL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOC ! HERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis*
eases of tho Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists. j ,.,
DON'T FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TE^ SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTEBS, an unfailing remedy for aU Dis?
eases of the Digestivo Organs and th? Liver. For
sale by all Druggist*. ITT November 27
T CE CREAM.
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORM 8 HIS FORMER
customers and the public in general, that he has re?
sumed his' Business for the season at the old stand,
No. 85 CALHOUN-STREfcT, where ne will bo happy
to see aB his former patrons.
N B.-Darts will mn as usnal to all parts of the
city, and no cream sold as mine will be genuine un?
less obtained from carts bearing the name of Henry
Larcomb. ICE also for sole at ah hours st No. 65
Calhoun-street. HENRY LARCOMB,
May 6 ' ' . . Imo
OTICK TO FARMERS.
WILLIAM HUNT HAS RESUMED HTS OLD BT
STNffSS at No. 42 Market-; tree:, north side, whe/e.
he ls prepared to receive and forward all kinds of
VEGETABLES and FRUITS on consignment. Lib?
eral ;?di an ce* will be made if desired. Con sign men cs
for th.? New York, Philadelphia, Ballimore and Wash?
ington Markets will meet with prompt attention.
From his long experience m this business he foo! J
confident of affording satisfaction to his customers.
For those preferring to s-U their products here the
highest market prices w'll be obtained. Vegetables
and all kinda of country produce will be retailed
at wholesale prices. Imo May 14
C
HARLES T O N
STEAM SAW MILL,
WEST END CF BEA UFAIN-STEEET.
THE SUBSCRIBER
Having rebuilt his STEAM SAW MTLL, is now pre?
pared to execute all orders for SHIPPING and CITY
TRADE with dispatch.
JOHN R. STEIN ME TER,
May 6 West end of ffieanfain-street
TT HIDER'S .J
FASHIONABLE BARBER'S SALOON,
18 AI . i . >,
No. 93 MARK?T-SmEET,
South side, between King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HEUER is a Cerroan Harber, bus been thor*
oughly trained to his business, ann is prepared to
serve .his friends and the public generally in the se ve- '
ral branches of his art, viz;
?HAVING
HAIR-DRESSING
SHAMPOOING
HAIR DYING
tc, tte
January ll_
NOTICE.
THE SALT WATER BATHING HOUSE OFF
White Point Garden will be opened on the 1th
May, and continuo open lor the season. The pro?
prietor has made several alterations in Baths and La?
dles' Dtesslng rooms. The Refreshment Depart?
ment, such as Ice Cream, kc., whl be of the best
quality. The proprietor ?ill give his immediate at?
tention to the comfort and convenience of visitors.
\ M. MoMANMON,
May 4 raws Proprietor. ,
Oi) ^u?mmvA?.
OFFICE CLEBK OF COUNCIL, )
CmrtT.rBToy, May 18,1868. J
THE FOLT OWING ORDINANCE. RATIFIED
July 12,1853, ls published for general informa?
tion.
By order of the Mayor.
W.H. SMITH, Clerk of Council
AN ORDINANCE TO rn^ninrr THE OPENING OF THE
STO??T8 AND HIGHWAYS FOB TUX P?BP08E8 OF IM
PRO'.'EHEST DUBING THE SUMMER SEASON.
L Be it ordained by the Ma?,or and Aldermen in City
Council assembled, That, lrom and alter the pas- iii;: Of
this ordinance, it shall not bc lawful to dig up, open
or disturb the surface of the earth wi ti in the limits
of the city, between the first day or June and the
first day ot October, in nuy year, for the purpose of
paving tho street, of cavatina for drains, of laying
down gas or other pipes, or of carrying on any other
public improvement; and any person or persons, or
Incorporated company, o&uding herein, shall be
subject to a rcnalty of five hundred dollars for each
and every offence, to bu recovered, for the use ot toe
city, m any court of competent jurisdiction.
May 19_16
PUBLIC NOTICE.
OFFICE CLEBK OF COUNCIL, )
CnABiASTOS, April 3D, 1868. J
EVEBY OWNER, LESSEE, OCCUPANT AND
tenant o', any premire. fronting on any street
lane, alley or open >'ourt shall, on every dav (sun?
days excepted^, have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal placed in from of hi - or her lot in a barrel, box
or heap, in readiness for the contra' tor by the hour
of 7 o'clock >ivery morning, from 1st of May to 1st of
November n-xt.
By order of the Mayor.
W. ET. SMITH,
Mayl Imo Clerk of Council
NOTICE.
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE, )
CITY HALL, CHABLESTOS, March 12th, 1868, j
ALL PROPERTY HOLDERS ON THE LINE OF
Meeting-street and other citizens interested
m tho building ot a Shell Road on Meeting-street,
from Spring-street to the City Boundary, are hereby
respectfully huormed that a Book of subscription
will be oponed for their signatures in my office to?
day. ?nit that ?then such an amount is pledged, as
in thc judgmont of the Oliy Civil Engineer will war?
rant the undertaking, the worx will be forthwith
commenced. LOUIS J. BAR BOT,
March 13 City Civil Engineer.
SHELL ROAD.
CI'l Y ENGINEER'S OFFICE, )
CITY HALL, April 28, 1868. j
FARMERS AND Ol HERS ARE REQUESTED
not to drive over the line ot the Meeting street
Ro d, between Spritig and Rumncy-streets, during
thc- execution of the work. Cattle drivers are re?
quested not to use the Meeting-street Road at all.
The disturbance of ah the grade and sllignment
pegs, recently put up, lenders it necessary to make
the above request LOUIS J. BAR BO V,
April 30 City Engineer.
OFFICE CHIEF OF POLICE.
MAIN GUARDHOUSE, )
CHABLESTON*, s. C., April 7.18G8. J
.\TOTICE.-THE ORDINANCE PROHIBITING
JJ\ the firing of guns, pistols, squibs, ic, within
thc city limits, will hereafter be strictly enforced.
Snooting on tue larras, streets, lanes and roads
south of the Forks of the Road is a violation of the
ordinance.
By order of Mayor COGSWELL.
C. B. 3IGWALD,
Aprils Chief of Police.
Vi?roffrifs on?) JRm?autous.
5X03. NEW TOBE SUGAR-CTjEED HAMS
10 Mids, prime shoulders
10 bids, pritue C. R. Side*.. .
LandiD? and tor sale br
May 21 ! 1 LA UR EY A ALEXANDER.
FORSAKE,
Qfifl BUSHELS CHOICE COW PEAS SUTTA
D\J\J BLE EOE SEED, at
A. JOHNSON'S,
Corner John and Elizabeth streets.
May 21 ths2*
~FL?UR! FLOUR !
1 ^fi S,ACKS BA-RR*. AND SUPER NORTH CA
*?? Yu, K0L"'A FLOUR .;.
100 bbls.Extra and tinner North Carolina Flour
Just received ' and for ?le lo JV.
RYE FLOUR. *
Bolted and Unbolted RYE F (OUR, ground of
^?SS v.3"6' and to the Northern Flour.
For sale by jso. CAMPSEN & CO.,
""""" . No. UMsrke'-street,
M??20_3_Oppoa.UStateHrtr?et.
? COGNAC BRANDY AND
CLARET AVINE.
LO X0^T7?TF?KCA8ES } C0G*AC BBANDTJ
80 cases Claret Wine.
Recently imported, and for sale by j
May 20_2 J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
CORN! CORN! CORN!
Til fififi BUSHELS GEORGIA AND TEN
lU^yUU NESSEE CORN. For sale from
South Carolina Railroad Depot, by
STENHOUSE A CO.,
? ? Noa, 108, HO and 112 East Bay.
May 20_Cerner Accommodation Wharf.
. CLAYED MOLASSES.
2CT BHDS. CLAYED MOLASSES
O IS tierces Clayed Molasses '
16 .bbls. Clayed Molasses.
Balance cargo ex schooner Malvina Jane, from Ma?
tanzas. For sale low to cloie consignments.
RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
May 19 ruths Nos. 143 and 145 East Bar.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
"1 AA HHDS. PRIME MUSCOVADO SUGARS
_LUU 50 hhds. Prime Porto Rico Sugars
100 hhds. Prime Muscovado Molasses
150 hhds. Prime Cuba Molasses.
For sale low by
May 18 6 GEO. W. W?IXIAM8 A CO.
GLUE.
fT f\ BARBELS GLUE, OF VARIOUS GRADES.
?U for sale by WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
May 7_ No. 203 East Bay.
BUNGS.
ALL SIZES. FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO..
May 7 . No." 203 East Bay. '
i;EMIJ0ai?&
rnnn DEMIJOHNS? OF ALL SIZES
OVJKJVJ 100 hampers Claret Wine Bottles.
For sale low by C LA CPUS & WTTTE.
AprllM . _3mos
CHLORIDE W LIME.
m HE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOR SALE BY
1_ E. H. KELL EES & CO.,
. Druggists,
March 28_No. lal Meeting-street
H. & IL W. CATHER WOOD'S
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
Monongahela Whiskeys.
POBDEB TO FACTLI TATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUR PURE OLD MO j ONG AHEL A RYE WHIS?
KEYS to our farmer numerous customers at the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS Ax
CO., our Agents, who, by this arrangement, are en?
abled to supply the trade at prices which will ensure
satisfaction.
H. ?Si H. W. CATBEUWOOD.
H. & UV W. CATHEBWOOB'S
EXTRA TINE, PTJBE OLD
Monongahela Whiskeys^
Kf\ BARRELS OF THE ABOVE FAVORIT!
O' ' WHISKEYS, consisting of X, XX, TTT,
XXXX. and NECTAR BRANDS, and also of lower
grades.
Now landing ex-Steamer Alliance, and far sale low
by H. GERDTS & CO.,
No. 195 EAST BAY.
March 31 _tnths2mos
CHOICE
FAMILY GKOCERLES.
TEAS, WINES, BRAM, EIC.
A LL GOODS
SOLD AT THIS ES
TABLISHMENT
ABE OF THE
FIRST QUALITY.
WE SELL NO
GOODS BUT WHAT
CAN BE WAR?
RANTED AS PURE
AND GENUINE.
BOATS. FRJ-JE OF
?- ?'Tint
fi 275
2 KING-ST.
GOODS DELlVi
ER ED ,TO ALL
PARTS OF THE
CITY, : RAILROAD
DEPOTS STEAM
TERMS-CASH OR CITY ACCEPTANCE.
NO. 275 KING-STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH AND BEAUFA1N*
BRANCH OF
900 Broadway, cor. 20th-streer,
Bf E \V yo Riv.
January 25 s ruth
CO?NTEY MERCHANTS,
MW, FARMERS ASD OTHERS
CONSIGN YOUS
ASHES, BET23WAX, BEANS,
BUTTEii, CHEESE, EGOS,
FLO?B AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FURS AND SKINS,
DRIED AND GREEN FRUITS,
GRAIN, WOOL, GAME, POULTRY,
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
GINSENG, FEATHERS,
HEMP, PROVISIONS, . ,
OILS, LARD, TALLOW,
TOBACCO, SEEDS,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, Ac, Ac.
TO
JOSIAH CARPENTER,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 442, 444 and 446 WASHLNGTON-STBEET,
New York City,
And receive his weekly PBICE CURRENT of Pro?
duce and Groceries, the most complete Pnce Cur?
rent published in the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cards Furnished Free.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE OS CONSIONMEST8.
Established May 1st, 1860.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
REQUIRED.
March 4 c _ly
NOTICE.
CORN GROUND ON TOLL AT LOW RATES, AT
thc House of Correction, Magazine-street.
By order of Chief of Police. . ^_ .
W. P. POULNOT,
April 18 30 Keeper H. C.

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