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CULATION IN . THE GUY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN -
ENG ES THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE .PROVIS?
ION S OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
AJJGTX?JT SALES THIS DAT.
N. Hmrr * Bon will sen, at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, No. 1*2 Meeting-street, Bhasa. shop
. goods, Aa .
HOLMES & KaCWM win Bell, at ll o'clock, on
the premises No. 137 Church-street, a shed used aa
a blacksmith shop.
?JOAMPTCHTX. KNOX & Co. win soli, at 10 o'clock,
at their auction-house, Na 65 Basel-street, linen
drills, straw hats, Ac
- H.' M. MSESTUT.T, A BSD. wm sen at 10 o'clock,
?attheir office, No. S3 Broad-street, mules, billiard
- - DEKCCBATIO MEETINO.-An adjourned meet
l2gof the Democracy of Charleston win be held at 8
o'clock this evening, at the Hibernian Hall, lower
Miss MCCULLOCH ie in rook. Another hand?
some complimentary benefit has been given ber in
.Macan, Ga. Hon. Howell Ccbb heida the list of ]
.signers. - J
CHING X or SCHEDULE.-The agenta of tho
.eagagod oa Thursday in receding heavy machinery.
Shippers and other? irrterested are requested to no?
tice the ch?ige.
DEMOCRATIC MOVEME?TS.- The Committee of
fifteen who were appointed at the Democratic meet.
lng held Ott Saturday night, met at the Charleston
Hotel last nLjht and selecced forty gentlemen as dele
-gatea, whose names are to be presented to a called
meeting of the party to-?ighi.
? a i JU?
TEX COLUMBIA AND AUOUBTA RAXLBOAD.
The'Phmaix. says' that merit -?01 be an excursion
over this toa? to Shetly'H on Saturday. SheeiyBls
the present head of the road,, and is thirty miles
from Columbia, at a point near old Leesville, on the
fines of Edgafteld and Lexington Districts.
;8ALE or SEAL ESTATE.-Mr. Jas. L. Gantt
sold, yesterday, fer l?mes Tupper, Esq., Master in
Equity, a lot of land on Charleston Neck, on the
south side cd Cannon-street, measuring front on
Cat con-street forty-four feet five inches, by one hun?
dred and foaxteen feet desp,-fbr4950; one-quarter
-cash, tbs balance in liv? eqis
, THE Marana AND CHA RI.ESTCK EAXLBOAD
?Co VP AXT at their annual meeting elected Mr. J.
Wicks, of Memphis Prudent, rt? Mr. Sam'l Tate,
-who declined re-election. Tho-telegram which an
" nonnced the above also. stated that tho proceedings
two'barnMWhwav .and'^ia'aflalra ex'the road Indica- j
j? ried Increased prosperity.
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THE CxacuB m COMINO, O-HO ! O-HOt-The
immense poste?t'*P artistically displayed on the
?saces and walls throughout tho city, gathering the
Juvenile*of' aU. colors and claasea, teU us unmls
-taxably that the ?rcu3 is coming. Lions, tigers,
-and ether beasts and beasteeses, az? presented at
least as large as hie and twice xs natural. Look ont
' THE MANSI?N HOUSE on Broad-etroot, now I
mid er me management of Mr. George R. Wells, la j
?one otfMbaatcondnctad hotels fobs mimd in the
South. Since it ha? pacsed into the charge of Mr.
Wells, tho Mjxslca House has not cray been renoTa
-?sd througboutj'StmJ has osan converted from a
mere bearding hons? into a comfortable hotel,
-where tho 'weary can find rest wltbqut the bustle
alwxys incident to large houses.
iKMiaSANTS ABSrVTNO AT SAVANNAH.-Tho
BTBrt>*>' BigObhoan of Monday atys : "Qulie a
uuiilni nf fTiiimiii imiliiimls arrtrilTn f?ili fit y
Teaterday norning, by the steamship Herman
Livjagston, from New York. They are of the better
.cUss of Gerxaana; ?ad have ooma fcc the purpose of
aeCt&g bornea ?r^ ?et?Ki^ m thla'8^. Welaxrn,
alaoy tftatanojiahttE of y om maa froraDblo arrived
Tin the city < ott' Saturday, ca their way to Florida,
-whare -they intend to engage farms and mate their
- - , ? ? ?? ? a 1 ?
COAMBSX or . COMMEEOB.- The regular
moathry meeting wa? held last rdght, ind aa latex
inilau/|lt,qgpfiipJitw'"r^rin tnTi(rri to using the
darinane* of the' Chamber so aa to secure the adop?
tion of ror??ticAl measure* fco- placing Charleston be?
yond the reach of her oom morrial Trrala - The 8e
-creUry aekaowledged^ Che reeelpt of the fourteenth
annual wport of th& C<maroerdal Exchange of Taila
<flaip?u, wiMcfr cu; .irtiis^ft^iwofrtfae tr?de; of
Ttte atty, ead a?x?'toflfTalna??s qpojaland general
.? BaTn?acAir 'MXKTLNT} was hold l&st al..
*t Tivoli Sarde?, and waa wenattended byrne mem
ibera of Ota party. A Hage had been erected on the
igrounda, and the meetm* was addreased by a C
^awen and ?hera. Thelamcipla c^??rt: of m<ar.
barsngoea seemed te be to ?waguien the backbone
?of the porty by aarnring tho audience that al ihough
General Canby had jesrponed, the city election, the
BepubbUjsu nontoses would be successful, boih in
abe etty and cormcry. .HMSO ?peechea were later
pted with vociferous cheering and shouts of "Pill?- j
- THE FAX? -If it were.possible to be moro
-beautiful than the opening night, the exhibition of
the Fair last eveniEg w*a rolly up to the mark. The
tables, which had been exhausted by the demands of
-countless easterners^were fairy replenished, many
?sw ornamenta were added, and the c rowd s trolled
to enormous proportions. Among the nsw elements
-of sucseas waa a machtne for making monograms,
and the fair lady ia.attendance found herself a.sub?
Hibernian 3aH hr certainly destined to become j
among tba TaaaTo^h^?fEiM memorlea wilibe the |
Non?af jr'xliiaiuprtii.-Meetings ' of the j
.CWOI?CTB <tf me und^ to prove |
debts and chooso assignees, wffl be held at the office'
. of the Registrar. Htm. B. B. Carpenter, No. 72 Broad
? streeV on the days and at the hours named :
Date.jlfywr.l / Nam. \OfwhatpUue.
aiay-SS; -?aati Odom, John..Marlboro'.
May 28|10 aj? Graat, Jaremiah.Chesterfield.
-May 28 ll AJ?. Hoffman. Brabham A
." ?... :\ " J*?^-^.-..... BarnweE,. i
May 2S 2 p.x. AEsbrook, Joaenh W. Clarendon.
May 28 3 P.M. Jones,'Charlas H.Sumter.
May 29 2 P.JC'Weatherly, Thomas a Bennetts vii! e.
_May29 Spjr. Leggett; Andrew J... . Benaettsrille.
May SO 9 A.?. McCutchaa, Thoa. M. Wmiamsbars
Maj-30 9 A.M. Izlar, Samuel T.?Oraageburg
May 30 ID AJf. Livingston, Baroot... Orangeburg.
May SO lo A.M. Mitchel), James D.... Charleston.
' -May 80 ll A. M. Legare ? William AV... Oraageburg.
May 90 ll?K McFaddin, J. Sidney.. Clarendon.
May 30 ln st, ? ?Hey, Nathan W.Drangeburg.
May80 12 M. Davis, J. J..Clarendon.
May 30 1M:. SaHey. Xbomas B-, Orangeburg.
-May SO 1 P.M.iMaiheny, W. B....... | Barnwell.
"May 80 2 pJt ICathbert,'William H.. Beaufort.
May 80 3 P.M. I Thompson, James S.. Kershaw.
-.July 6|12 M ?Purcell, Joseph.Charleston. .
HOTEL ABBTTAI?-May 26^1868-Charleston
SoUL-J H Milter. Aligns*, Ga; H 8 Potter. New
York; John C Byley, Liv?y>?ol, Eng; Frederick C
Richardscn, New York; V J Twitty and wife, Spar
tanborg, S C; William W Htoks, Brooklyn, N Y;W
J CroweH, City; H G?ls tte. Augusta, Ga; PH How?
lett, London, Eng; George W Morris, Baltimore, Md;
Samuel Ben, Con way boro', S 0; William Haskins,
Boston, Mass ; Thomas H Zimmerman, St Matthews,
8 C; G W Bartlett, Hew York; Thomas B Roach,
Boston, Mass ;.G W Hexwick, Florida; Charles Fer?
guson, Florida; E DuBoia, Bhoffton, SC; WM Heit,
seaand famfly, Orangeburg, S C; Mrs Robinson and
Miss Soblnson. Jackacnvdle; G Yana?, Aiken, 8th In?
fantry; Dr and Mn G A Quhnby, child and nurse.
New Yack; AT Yannees, New York; C M Bailey,
USA. _ ?-?4*
Pavilion Hotel-Charl er Hinton, Wilmington, N C;
8 Qr*x?*V KlarlrfTte, S C; Dr F W Vogt, lady and
Child, Orangebarg, 8 0; J J Nettles, South Carolina;
S O Carruthers, Atlanta, Ga; J J Ryan, SC R R; Wm
K -?Oaks. Bpartanburg, SO; S F Wells and lady,
chu rg, S C; E Eaddy, Marion, S 0; Lieut Tro
? SA: Goo Lynespe, South Carolina; James
r, Augusta, Ga? B 3 Draper, Cooper River,
I HEADQUAHIXBS SECOND MILITAEY DIBTBIOT, >
CHABLESTO??, S. C., May 25,1868. j
SPECIAL OBSESS, KO. 121.]
Tm xhe following removals from office are here?
IIIUTABV POST OE CHARLESTON, S. C.-CITT
Aldermen.-\T. Bavenel, W. T. Wiagg, J. B. Prin?
gle, R. M. Bn?er, J. Cosgrove, J. Small, J. H. Stein
meyer, E. Willis, H. Gerdts, J. F. O'Neill, Z. B.
Oakes, E. W. Marshall and E. D. Enston.
The following appointments to civil office are here?
by made, to fill vacancies:
anxiTABr POST or CHABLESTO??, S. c.-errr OF
Aldermen of Ward No. 1.-Bernard O'Neill, vice
W. Ravenel, removed: J. D. Geddings, vice W.T.
Alderman of Ward Noi 3,-H. Jadge Moore, vice
3. II. Pringle, removed.
Aldermen of Ward No. 8.-Bbbert Howard, vice
R. M. Butler, removed; 8. G. Trott, viet J. Cosgrove,
Aldermen of Ward No. 4.-L. T. Potter, vice 3,
Small, removed; George W. Clark, vice 3. H. Stein
meyer, removed; Winiam Weston, vice E. W?TIs, re?
moved; George J. Cunningham, vice H. Gerdts, re?
moved; J. D. Adams, vie? 3.7. O'Neill, removed.
Alderman of Ward No. 5.-R. E. Dereef, vice Z. Bi
Alderman of Ward No. 6.-B. H. Cain, vice E. wi
Alderman of Ward No. 7.-E. P. Wall, vice E. D.
The officers herein appointed will, bet?re enteiing
upon their duties, take and.subscribe before a Jus?
tice of the Peace, Notary Public, or other person au?
thorized by law to administer oaths, the oath or of?
fice prescribed in the act of Congress approved 2d
July, 1883. . . -".
The commanding officer Post of Charleston, 8. C.,
is charged with the execution of thia order.
. . . . .
By command of Bvt Maj. Gen. ED. E. S. Curer.
LOOTS Y. C AZT AB C,
Aide-de-camp, Act'g Asst Adj t. Gent
BILL or MORTALITY.-Re turn of deaths with?
in the City of Charleston, for the week ending May
23, 1868: _
Fe vor, Typhoid..
Laryngitis.. ;.,..,.. tv..
Ovaries, Disease of.....
Wantof Vitality .......
Whites, ll; Blacks and Colored, 19-TotaL 30.
Under 1 year of age...18?
Between 1 and 5 yrs... 51
Between 5 and 10 yrs.. 0
Between 10 and 20 yre~ 1
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 2
Between 30 and 40 y rs.. 3
Between 40 and 50 yrs.. 1
Between SO and 60 yrs. 1
Between 60and 70 yrs. 2
Between 70 and 80 yrs. 1
Between 80 and Myra. 0
Between 90 ind 100yrs. 1
OverJOO years of age... 0
Office of City Registrar, May 28, 1863.
GEORGE 8. PifLZEB, M. D., City Registrar.
COUBT OF APPEALS-COLUMBIA, May 25.-The
Court met at 10 o'clock A. IC. Opinions wara pro'
S. M. Smith and wife vs. John Caldwell. Wardlaw,
&. J. Motion for new trial granted. Separate opin?
ion flied by Inglis, A. J.
W. B. Mernwether ada A M. Smith, executor.
Donkin, C. 3. Appeal dismissed.
James 8. Guignard, st al, ads. Mary 8. P. Gibbes,
et al. Glover, J. Decree reaffirmed.
. Lucy a. Mobley vs. Edward D. Mobley. Wardlaw,
A. j. Motton dismissed.
Mary A McPherson, et ah va Edward Lynah and
James W. Gray. Wardlaw, A. 3. Decree, affirmed.
W. 3. Magrath vs. the Bask of South Carolina and
Agnes Calder. Dunkin, C. J. Decree affirmed, ,
James Cosgrove ada. Richard M. Butler. Glover,
J. Motion /n?pt-*A... . :
Francis L. Wilson ads, the State. Glover,-J. Mo
Agnea Cal ler, excxmtoT, et al, ada. Amos F. Eno,
etsi. Dunkin, a J. Decree reversed.
Patilck Laffin va John D. Kennedy and Daniel
MeSwocnoy. Wardlaw, AV 3. Motion dismissed.
The case of John W. Colburn va P. J. Holland,
executor J. S. Colbara ot al. waa resumed. Mr. Lord
concluded hu argument commenced on Friday,
Mr. Ruuedgs was heard for P. J. Holland, execu?
tor, until 3 o'clock P. M., when the court adjourned.
TjNTxxb STASIS COUBT-TUESDAV, MAT 26.
Hos. GEO. S. BBZAB, Pasnunro.-In tho case of
BL M. Barry va. M. leeman, violation of contract
under seal Messrs. Conner and Hadlee for defend
ant and Magrath and Lowndes for plaintiff. This
case waa ably argued for several days, and sf ter a
charge f.-om the Junga, the jury returned a verdict
for the plaintiff of $3*50.
The following petitions of bankruptcy were read
and referred to B. B. Carpenter, Esq. : John Brown,
of Orangeburg, J. H. Cooke, solicitor; Jsa Brown,
of Charleston, Duryea A Cohen, solicitors; John J.
Crosssren, of Bishop-,"il s, J. 8. G. Richardson, solici?
tor ; B. J. Hodge, of Clarendon; Bhvnding A Richard
son, solicitors; James M. Jsclnge, of Sumter, J. 8.
G. Richardson, solicitor; B. M. Moses, of Sumter,
Moses k Moise, solicito! s; Itham Moore, of Sumter,
J. 8. G, Blchardson, solicitor; Z. P. Moses and Bich.
?rd M. Moore, of Sumter, Motes A Moise, solicitors;
Thomas H. Osteen and Joseph B. White, of Sumter,
Blending A Richardson, solicitors; L. L. Siddons, of
Charleston, Macbeth k Buist, solicitors; Adam G.
Zeagler, of Orangeburg, Izlar k Dibble, solicitors;
E. W. Charles, Jr., of Dari r. vton, Warley k Charles,
"The following petitions for bankruptcy were read,
and, on motton, wei? referred to Henry Summer,
Esq., Registrar : D. W. McEwen and A J. Smyly, of
Edgefield, M. W. Gary, solicitor; C. H. Londley, of
Newberry, James M. Baxter, solicitor; James M.
Caaos and Richard Matchett, of Fairfield, Mo?
culta k Douglas, solicitors; John Cantey, of Ker?
shaw, J. B. Kershaw, solicitor; B. M Hightower, of
Greenville, Goodlet 4 Thomas, solicitors; Bamuej
Hunter, Thomas McAllister and Michael Magrath,
of Abbeville, S. McGowan, solicitor; W. T. Lawson,
of-Marton, sud H. H. Miles, of Union, James A Hart,
solicitors ; J. L. 8 i bert, of Abbeville, Thomas a Far?
row, solicitors; William 0. Patterson, of Lancaster,
Williams A Allison, solicitors; Samuel L. Reid, of
Fork, T. W. dawson, solicitor; R. H. Sapp, of Lan?
caster, John D. Wylie, solicitor.
Ex parte D. V. Scurry, in re J. C. S. Brown,
and ex parte W. F. Nance, in re J. C. S. Brown.
Petitions to establish lien. James M. Baxter pro
pet. Referred to Henry Summer, Esq., Registrar.
Ex parte Moses k Moise, in re. P. 8. Worsham, and
ex parte Ohas. H:Mdse, iure. Jno.D.Craig. Pe?
titions for establishment and payment of l ens. J.
W. Moise pro pet. Referred to R. B. Carpenter,
The following cases of bankruptcy were read and
referred to Henry-Summer, Esq., Begistrar: W. L.
Coleman, of Edgefield, Adams, Ready k Griffin, so?
licitors: Lswis E. Holloway, of Abbeville, W. W.
The lollcrring cases were also referred to B. B.
Carpenter, Esq., BeglBtrar: Wm. W. Smith, of
Charleston, Pressley, Lord k lngle>by, S3licitors,and
Owen P. FitsAimmons, of Edisto, Whaley, Mitchell
4 Clancy, solicit ora.
In re. Joseph Purcell, adjudged bania upt. Sim?
ons A Slegung pro pet, On motion, J. Purcell was
ordered to ahow cause to-day why the rules of court
had not been eompli'd with.
To THE. tuons.-Stoll, Webb A Co., Nos.
287 and 289 King-street, would respectfully call the
attention of ladies wishing dress goods to their stock
of plain French marett, embroidered English
bareges, plaid lenoes, &c, kc, all of which have
been bought at the late New York auctions, at much
below regular price., and will be offered this day at
twenty-five cents per yard; some goods amongst
them worth fifty cents per yard. Give us au early
call, and secure good selections.
Our City Government.
AK OFFICIAL TORNADO-QMUOtiDfe OF THE
KENTS-A CLEAN SWEEP-PEN AND INK POET
OF THE APPOINTEES-SEVEN COLORED ME
COUNCIL-DECLINATIONS, AC, AO.
If an earthquake had rumbled thr<
Charleston yesterday, opened Its terrestrial chi
and swallowed a score of houses, people and all
citizens could not have been more astonished
they were by the order of General Canny, anne
ing the dismissal of the Board of Aldermen, ant
appointment of a number of persons, white
colored, to fill the evacuated places. The in
genes' was of a nature which seemed to strike
dumb. Could the news be true? Tes, there lt
in plain black and white, on THE NEWS' bul
board. They read it once, twice, took notes,
ejaculated, perhaps, a solitary monosyllable ic
ing much mental perturbation; but the subject
evidently too deep for ordinary philosophy, and i
turned away without comment
So do we. The reasons assigned are said to a
the interests of both city and State, but until I
can be presented in detail, we forego speculation
on a topic so distasteful.
A word or two concerning the nominees. Som
them are worthy men. Several ore not All are i
di dates for popular favor, and will bring to bea
the discharge of their novel duties various deg,
of intellectual strength and experience. How
mercury will stand ia their respective mental tl
mometers, ye newspaper man quoteth not 1
they have made fame for themselves, s i tn ess as
Bernard O'Neill vice Wm. Eavenel. A very ex
lent and worthy citizen-long identified with the
tereata of the city, and for many years one of
substantial merchants on East Bay. He is an Ir
gentleman of the first water, and nobody can i
aught against his personal, and, so far as we km
political career. Te local's opinion ia that "he ou
to stay put"
J. D. Geddings vice Dr. W. T. Wragg. Before i
war Ur. Geddings was the principal of one of i
nourishing public schools, and always has bc
deeply interested in the subject of education. D
lng the war he remained in the same position, a
consequently was a non-combatant except in so
ss he taught the young idea how to shoot Since t
war ho has been a reasonably good Union man a
deserved well of his country. For this Gene
Conby bas bestowed upon him a reward of mei
and our citizens will be glad that no worse s m
has been selected to All the extensively honored ]
sidon of alderman. Hr. Geddings is a Nor the
man by birth, and if ethnology is correct he will cc
tinue to romain so.
ff. Judge Moore ?vee J. B. Pringle. Of this Aide
man elect, we may remark that we havo known hi
from .infancy, when he wore very small cloth!
indeed before he donned the toga Virilit, but do i
choose to tell oil we know. Subsequently he was
bright.sud Shining light in a temperance sociei
whereof we, too, were an ill ns trions member. Ali
the twain long sin ce have fallen from grace. Hila
Judge has.been a contributor to newspapers, and
his career has filled various positions, from that
jUce boy to tte ?diter-of a negra sheet The "lr
pressions" he has made on the community aro m
good. Before the war he was the editor of tl
Benne turville Herald and the Evening News of th
city, and as early as 1851 ran a violent secession p
per, which fed on blood and thunder. He was Uk
wise a o ember of the Palmetto regiment and serve
through the Mexican war, whence lt is supposed I
brought the terrible symptoms of the black vomtt
which have since been his affliction, He is anstii
Carolinian, about forty yean of sge, sad possesses
very huge amount of shrewd, good sense, which hi
enabled him since the occupation of Charleston t
keep his bread buttered on both sides.
Robert Howard ?ice B. M. Butler. Mr. Butler 1
in trouble. He don't know why a good Method!*
brother should be replaced by a colored "man and
brother." Howard, however, is one of the moat re
spectable colored men in the city. Before the wa
oe was a wood Actor ea ITasol-strect wharf, lu whld
business he acquired a fortune said to amount t<
forty or fifty thousand dollars, a portion of whicl
iras invested in wooL He ls about fifty years o
ige, Intelligent, and had slvrays deserved the respec
jf th? community. Since the war he has resumec
Ids old business at the east end Of Calhoun-street
ind, in a great measure, has repaired his losses. Hi
is understood to be a Conservative.
Stanley. G. Trott vice James Cosgrove. Mr. Trott
oas declined thc proffered honor, sud, consequently,
re do not sketch his lits. The cause assigned wai
that, not being a freeholder, he is ineligible
Niles G. Parker is the other alderman in this ward,
Se is also a military appointee, sad his obituary bas
been written BO often that we need not repeat lt here,
L. T. Potter vies Jacob Small. Mr. Potter is sn
dd resident ol Charleston, fat, fair and forty-five; a
Unionist during the war-a person of leisurable bob
Its-and since, the late unpleasant difficulty one who
has modestly laid low sod kept dark. Be is a shrewd,
calculating business man, and has accumulated s
goodly portion of this world's gear.
George W. Clark vite 3. H. Steinmeyor. This gen?
tleman la one of those enUrprlsing waifs who float*
ed gently into Charleston with the United Slates
troops. Having a large business capacity, and au
admirable start as an ex-sutler, he quickly took front
rank among the extensive wholesale dealers In gro
cerioes and things. Thia is his present occupation.
He* is a comparatively young man, vigorous, and
arith an aocumuladvo habit about his personal cor
porosity which may yet end in aldermanlc propor?
Willum Weston vice Major E. Willis. Weston ls a
solored man, the son of Samuel Weston, long known
ia the fashionable tailor of Queen-street. William is
ibout thirty-ave, healthy, and, in a professional
sense, "sound on the goose." He ls represented as
i man of fervent piety, and a pedagogue-conse?
quently must be intelligent
George J. Cunningham ?te? H. Gerdts. Mr. Cun?
ningham is an cid citizen, but a young man. He is
ot a sanguinary disposition, being a butcher. We
know little or nothing of bis personal record.
Re v ? J. D. Adama ?ice J. F. O'Neill. Mr. Adams
ls s divine-a Northern divine-"black, but comely
aa the tents of Hadar." During his stay in Charles?
ton he baa industriously incubated upon the ele?
ments of a church, but thus far the edifice bas been
only half hatched, and a fair is now in progress to
enable Ml to raise funds for Its completion. He is
a first-class colored carpet-bagger, of whom few per?
sons outside of bis own congregation know anything
"good, bad or mdlfferent."
B. E. Dc Reef ncc Z. B. Oakes. This alderman, as
the reader will observe, bas a bon tonnish name, and
among his own race certainly deserves all the re?
spectable honora they have to bestow. He is em?
phatically a mau of parts-one of the brightest speci?
mens of his class-a person of property; and during
a long career has commanded the respect of all with
whom he had been associated. He is a fine type of
thc free colored man of South Carolina, who illustra?
ted in cid times our peculiar form or society, and we
believe is to-day as bue to the interests which have
bound him to Ch at lest on as any man in this commu?
nity. Like his colleague, Howard, he too is to the
wood factorage business, and before the war invested
largely in locomotive "peraonal" property.
Mr. John H. Honour is retained.
Bev. B. H. Cain ?icc E. W. Marshall. It is an
anomalous statement, but nevertheless a fact, that
thia mau hoe "raised Cato," wherever fate hos loo ?
ted him. He is a Missouri negro, and may be readily
recognized aa he gallops through the back streets on
a diminutive sand tackey bv the fervent manner in
which he throws bia salutations into the windows of
the outbuildings. He is commonly supposed by bis
brethren to be on the high road to Heaven, and that
he may not escape the honors of a sa'nt on earth.
The latest rumor is that, in addition to his elevation
as a member of the convention and sen 'tor of the
State, he is to be invested with the digni-h-s of the
bishopric A precious specimen of a church bishop
he will make. He is a fluent speaker, artful, insinua,
ting, bitter as gall, and a good bator of tue entire
white race. With this man in thc Council our citi?
zens may well exclaim, to the language of Jos: ' Lot
the day perish wherein he was born, and the night in
which il waa enid this man-child waa conceived."
Mr. H. B. Olney, the present alderman, ia re?
E. P. Wall ri? & D. Euston. Wall bas always
been /ree-is a tailor by trade, and for a long time
occupied the position of-cutter for the clothing cs"
tabilshfiieht ol Mat?nessen, O'Hara k Co. He is a
flnospecimm of the old time class of colored men,
and is about fifty years of age, and very intelligent*
Recently he was nominated by the Radicals to fit1
the position of County Commissioner. The election
will take place on the third of June,
Mr. Vf. G. Whilden, the pr?sent alderman of this
ward, bas been retained.
P. S.-Since writing the above, we have received a
note from Mr. Bernard O'Neill declining theoffico to
which he has been nominated.
Including William Mckinlay, a colorid man of
property, inteuigenc9 and repeatability, who mt
appointed in the place at tho lute 8. G. Courtenay,
from Word 2, thrro ere now in the Board of Alder?
men, eleven white and seven colored men.
From this time henceforward another condition of
affairs ls likely to exist In the old City of Charleston.
Gloom rests upon the community, and human fore?
sight cannot penetrate the veil which hides us from
the future. _
CHARLESTON, May 26, 1868.
To Ute Editors of the lYewa :
OEMZLEHSX: I notice, in Special Orders No.
121, taned from headquarters this day, that I have
be en'appointed 'alderman for Ward'No. 1.
Having no taste or desire for public office, which
I have heretofore studiously avoided, and no time to
devote to the duties of an incumbent, I am not will?
ing to accept the appointment which has been so
kindly bestowed, and have respectfully declined it.
I have the honor to remain, sirs,
Tour most obedient and humble servant,
Catholic charity Fair.
At a meeting of the Board of Managers of
the late Catholic Fair, held at Hibernian Hall on
Monday evening, 28th May, the reports of the Treas?
urer and Committee on Accounts were read and
adopted. These reports show that the net proceeds
Di the Fair wai slightly exceed $8100.
The following preamble and resolutions, offered
by M. P. O'Connor, Esq., were unanimously adopt?
The gentlemen of the Committee of Management
of the late Catholic Chanty Fair, having performed
the duty assigned them, and reported the result of
that most beneficent work, so auspiciously begun and
carried ont by the Catholic ladies of Charleston, and
which has been crowned with such unprecedented
and deserved success; tender their acknowledgments
to those who aided In the good work, in the following
Resolved, That the thanks of the Board of Mana?
gers be and they are hereby tendered to the ladies
in charge of the tables of the late Fair, to whom is
Jue all reward and praise for the success so recently
achieved in this most charitable enterprise.
Resolved, That our grateful acknowledgments be
made to the proprietors and editors of the DAILY
NEWS, Charleston Courier and Mercury, for their
liberal discount upon their charges for advert?ales,
ind for the very complimentary terms in which their
lathes noticed the proceedings, and attracted the
?j mp* th y and attention of their readers.
Resolved, That we are gratefully obliged to the
ifflcers and conductors of the City Hallway Company,
tor their kindness and courtesy in placing at the dis.
posai -of the ladies in charge of the Fair, the ac*
rommodauon of extra cars.
Resolved, That Mr. C. Werner deserves our thanks
'or his valuable assistance in constructing the iron
york which furnished so handsome a decoration to
he tables. 1
Resolved, That the Military Post Band are entitled
io the thanks of thia Board for their performance
taring the Fair, at reduced rates in view of the
?haritable purposea of the Fair. 3
Resolved, finally, That we tender to I he commuai
y of Charleston our grateful sense and appreciation j
if their aid and sympathy, so charitably enlisted,
md so freely and cordially manifested.
Resolved, That the foregoing resolutions be pun?
ished in the daily pipers of the city.
If you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
ko.; or Miner's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desire'4, pattern of
.uling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, ?To. 59 Broad
gats ana (Caps.
fctlIVS i.\D M'S STRM*
MEN'S WIDE ANT NARROW PANAMAS, $2.
Youth's Panama Hats, tl 60.
Men's Ventilated Straw Hata, 60 cents to tl 60.
louth's Dress and School Hats, 60 cents to tl.
Ladles' and Miases' Shaker Hoods, 25 cents.
Extra Wide Rim Straws for Island use.
MEN'S AND BOY'S FELT HATS, 60 cents to $6.
Men's Black Felt Hats, 60 sod 75 cents.
Army, Navy and Police Cape and Covers.
STEELE'S HAT HALL,
No. 313 King-street,
May 20 w2 Sign of the "Big Hst"
JTOE ARLINGTON MUTUAL LIFE IN?
SURANCE COMPANY OF VIRGINIA.
INCORPORATED BT SPECIAL CHARTER, 1367.
Home Office No. 1414 Matn-atrcct, Rich?
INCOME TO 1ST APRIL, 1868, fiscal year..8a07,0OO
Number of policies issued, 1034-Insurance, S4,
167,200-one claim, ?5000. Showing the largest
iverage of policies of any American company, and
success that is unparalleled in the first fiscal year.
Issues all kinds of non-forfeiting Life and Endow*
ncnt Policies, and also Policies upon Return Pre
NO RESTRICTION OF TRAVEL OR RESIDENCE
n any put of North America, north of the southern
?pe of Florida, or in Europe, at any season of the
NO EXTBA CHABGE ON FEMALE LIVES.
SPECIAL FEATURE OF THE CHARTER.
Secures amount of 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 hex husband's children, if any,
as may be expressed, free from the control or claim
ai her husband or creditors, or the person effecting
tho same, or his creditors. ,
Liberal loan of participating premiums upon the
profits of the Company. Life poUcies after three
ve irs, endowment after two years, ncn-forfelt
able. AU policies ofter one year have a surrender
value. . ,
Agents de=iring to represent the Company will
please address tue Home office.
JOHN ENDERS. HENRY E. ELLYSON.
WU. F. TAYLOR. ASA SNYDER.
SAML. S. COTTRELL. H. E. C. BASEERVJLL.
JOHN PURCELL. SAMUEL C. TARDY.
CHAS. T. WORTHAM. GEORGE JACOBS.
WM. WILLIS, Jn. J- W. ALLISON*.
ED. A. SMITH. GEO. S. PALMER.
THOMAS J. EVANS. A D. CHOCKLLY.
JAMBS A. SCOTT. H. C. CABELL.
B. M. QUARLE3. O. J. HARTSOOK.
W. H. TYLER. JOHN C. WILLIAMS.
J. E. EDWARDS. WM. G. TAYLOR.
A. Y. STOKES. A. P. ABELL.
J. B. MORTON. WM. B. ISAACS,
lt. H. DIBBRELL. GEO. L. BIDGOOD.
WM. H. PALMER. SAML. M. PRICE.
DAVID L BURR.
J. E. EDWARD3, President.
WILLIAM B. ISAACS, vice-President
D. J. HaarsooK, Secretary.
CHARLES H. SMITH, M. D., Medical Adviser.
JOHN H. CLAIBORNE,
J. L. HONOUR, Agent.
No. 8 BROAD-STREET,
April 27 Imo Charleston, S. C.
VIRGINIA .MILITARY INSTITUTE,
APPLICATIONS WILL NOW BE RECEIVED
FOR THU APPOINTMENT OF ONE HUN?
DRED CADETS into this Institution. ThoBe enter?
ing in the summer months enjoy peculiar advantages
tn the special course of instruction and discipline,
by which they are prepared for the regular studies,
which commence on the 1st September. Circulars
wul be sent upon application.
FRANCIS H. 8MITH, Superintendent
May 13 w3 june 3,17, july 1,16, 29, aug 6,19
g AMI EL B. MARSHALL,,
IUFOBTEB AND BEALES IN
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, GUNS AND AGRICULTURAL
IM P L E M E N T S,
No. 310 KING-ST., 3d DOOR BELOW SOCIE1Y,
Sign of the Golden Gan,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 21 _3mo
J^ROST, BLACK ?Si CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in, and Manufactu?
FURNITURE OF EVERY VARIETY.
Ko. 73 Bowery, near CanaTLstreet,
Steamboats, Hotels and Public Buildings furnish?
ed at the shortest notice. AU Goods purchased of
our House guaranteed as represented.
J! -M. MARSHALL. Si BROTHER,
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
NO. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ftc, BOUGHT AND
BOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
49?Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, kc, every
Wednesday. October 19
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 86 MA RKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
der shirts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Carpet Batrs,
Valises, sic. Februarys
TTUTTING, WEDDING AND CHURCH OARDS,
V of the latest style, and engraved in a manner
unsurpassed by the best Northern work.
SEALS AND MONOGRAMS of every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING in all its
Also, STENCIL PLATES CUT, ESK AND BRUSHES.
Call and examine specimens at _
No. 92 Hasel-stre?r; Charleston, S. C.
March 4 3mo
fi H. SASS,
' ATTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
SS" Office No. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ple's National Bank. May 8
yyiXiLls ?e CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, 8ALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Forts) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
5. WILLIS....A. R. CHISOLM,
-JIHE OLD ESTABLISHED
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE
No. 344 KING-STREET,
Between Society-street and George-street
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
January 21 tuthsBmos No. 344 King-street
^J-AXWELL dt PATSON,
WHOLESALE DEALERS TN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
No. 209 FRONT-STREET, NEW YORK.
Consignment* o>: VEGETABLES solicited.
References-J. F. O'NEILL k SON, Charleston;
WM. GURNEY, Charleston. stuthlmo April 25
ADAME O I D I E lt ? ,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON, H. C.
Transient Board 93 50 per Day.
Q^LMOR HOUSE, '
KIRKLAND dc co., Proprietors.
ry I L L I A JU IRWIN,
PROPRIETOR 07 THE
SPART ANEUBO, B.C.
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS,
Jj^EW YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. H1LDRETH dc CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
BOTEL, as popularly known in former times
ander the manag ?cent of J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON k
DJ., is now ander the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HILDRETH k T. B. BOCKWAY, uner the firm ot
D. M. HILDRETH k CO.
The senior partner from bis long experience as a
pioprietor of the Veranda, St Louts and St Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
lesure his friends and the public generally, that its
'ormer world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
manaeement lyr* February 13
4 M ERIC A N HOUSE,
TBE VERY IMPORTANT AND EXTENSIVE
improvements which have receutly been made in
this popular Hotel, the largest in New England, en?
able the Proprietors to offer to Tourists, Families
and the Travelling Public accommodations and con
venier.ce.-i superior to any other Hotel in the city.
During the psst summer additions have been made
of nunurous suites of apartments, with bathing
rooms, water closets, kc, attached; one of Tufts'
magniflcDiit pa.-senger elevators, the best ever con
Btrucled, convoys guests to the upper story of the
house In one minute; the entries have been newly
and richly carpeted, and the entire house thoroughly
replenished and refurnished, making it in all its
appointments, equal to any Hotel in the country.
Telegraph Office, Billiard Halls and Cafe on the
first floor. LEWIS RICE & SON,
May 4 mwf3tnos Prop] ie tor 3.
QREENBRIER COUNTY, W. YA.
The undersigned, lessees of thia old and well
announce that (encouraged by the liberal patronage
received last season) the- hove largely added to their
accommodations in comfort and In appearance, and
are prepared to entertain FIFTEEN HUNDRED
GUESTS. , m
Tho Bathing accommodations are in flue order;
Hot and Warm Sulphur Baths, so eminenUy effica?
cious in 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 ROOM, conveniently located.
Professor ROSENBERG ER'S celebrated FULL
BRASS BAND has been engaged for tte season.
A good Livery Stable wiU be kept on the premises.
The completion of the Virginia Central Railroad to
Covington leaves only twenty mUes of staging,
through a beautiful mountain country, over a well
Terms: Three dollars per day, and eighty doHars
per month. Children under ten years of age and
colored servants half price. Whits servants accord?
ing to accommodations. PEYTON ft CO.
llay 9 Imo
Linen Drills, Straw Eats, Dress Goods, Mo
siery, Notions, Shop Good, Boots and
Shoes, Teas, $c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Wm sell THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, kt their Cash
Auction House, Ko. 65 Hasell-strect; opposite Post
WHITE AND BROWN LINEN DRILLS, White
and Brown Linen Duck, Coating Linen Cords, Vet
veteen, Fancy Drill Marseilles, Tweeds, Cassimeres,
Gambroons, Cheek Plaids.
BAREGES-Fumertines, Mozambiques, Jaconets,
Muslins, Calicoes, Tissues. Longcloth, Brown Home?
spun, White and Slate Drills, Irish Linen, Ac., ftc.
Ladies' White, Brown, Ingrain, Slate and Black
Hose, Men's White, Brown and Fancy Half Hose,
Mines', Boys'and Children's Hose and Half Hose,
Needles, Flax Thread, Cottoo, Silk, Paper Collars,
Handkerchiefs, iL. C. and Cotton,) Braids, Ac. Ac
Conditions cash. May 27
Shoes, Gaiters, Balmorals, ?c.
BY N, HUNT & SON.
THIS DAT, the 27th inst, at 10 o'clock, in oar Sales?
room, No. 112 Meeting-street we wfH sell for cash.
75 cases our usual fine assortment of seasonable
SHOES, Gaiters. Balmorals, Brogans, Ladles', Miss?
es*, BoyB*, Youths' and Children's Balmorals and
8hoes, to which we invite the attention of buyers.
10 cases Shop Goods.
Shed on Church'street.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH.
WiU be sold THIS DAY, the 27th instant 1868, at
ll o'clock, upon the premises No. 127 Church-street,
west side, near the market
One SHED, used as a blacksmith's shop. The
same to bo removed by 1st June, 1868.
Ladies' Bonnets, Hats, Trimmings, Ribbons,
Pocket Knives, Scissors, Dry Goods and
BY JOHN 6. MILNOR & CO.
TO-MORROW, 28th, at 10 o'clock, we will selL at
our Auction Store, No. 135 Me< ting-street,
AN INVOICE OF LADIES' BONNETS AND HATS,
TEMMING RIBBONS, Ac., JUST RECEIVED
PEB STEAMSHIP CHAMPION,
coMnsxrao nr ruar or:
Cases LADIES' FLORENCE NORMAS, Pedal
Shades, Pearl Natalie. Pedal La Bose, Girl's Spotted
School Hats, Ladies* 7-end Pekin, Drab Milan, ll-end
La Bose, Pedal Every Day, Pedal Venice, English
Braid Bavarian Hats, Hair Bonnets, Pedal Natalie',
Pedal Normas, Alington and Grecian Hats, cartoons
Nos. 2, 3 sud 4 Trimming Ribbons
60 dozen Pocket Knives and Scissors
A cases Palm Fans, Embroidered Handkerchiefs,
Shirt Fronts, Dress Buttons, Balmoral Skirts, Linen
and Check Dusters, Ganze Shawls, Sun Shades, Blick
Lace Shawls, Corset Jeans, Huck Diaper, Magic Ruf?
fling, Bonnet Ribbons, Silk Bolts, Neck Ties, Ex?
tracts, Fancy Soaps, Ladies' and Gent's Gloves, Ac.
Conditions cash. May 27
flings, (tlfmk?ls, Ctr.
QOSTAR'S PRE PA RAT ION S,
EVERYBODY-Tries them 1
EVERYBODY-Uses them !
EVERYBODY-Believes in them !
EVERYBODY-Recommends them 1
For Bats, Bosches, Ants, Ac.
'COSTARS" BED-BUG EXTER.
A Liquid-Kills-"Sure thing.'
"COSTAR'S" INSECT POWDER.
For Fleas, Moths, Insects, Ac.
?C08TAB'8" CORN SOLVENT.
For Corns, Bunions, Ac.
"C08TAB'8" BUCKTHORN SALVE.
For Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Ac.
"COSTAR'S" BISHOP PILLS.
(Sugar Coated) Dinner PUL
'COSTAR'S" COUGH REMEDY.
For Coughs, Colds, Ac.
AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS.
Beautifies the Complexion.
Makes the Skin fresh and fair.
OW 11 ! Beware 111 of all Worthless Imitations.
SW None Genuine without "COSTAR'S" Signature.
SO" 25c. and 60c. sizes kept by all DRUGGISTS.
?SW $1 sizes sent by mall on receipt of price.
aw 52 pays for any three $1 sizes by Express.
OW 85 pays for eight $1 sizes by Express.
HENRY R. COSTAR,
No. 012 BROADWAY, N. Y.
jj^-For sale by
DOW II: Si MOISE, and
GOODRICH, WY NE SI AN & CO.,
CHABLESTON, S. C.
KW And at Who'esale in all the Cities and larg
towns lu the U. S.
May 2 otc Cmos
COD LIVER OIL.
rE POPULARITY WHICH THIS MEDICINE
has obtained within the past few years is Justly
merited. The oil presented as WILSON'S ls In its
purest sate ; is procured from fresh clean Livers
only of the Gadus Morrhua, and a successful method
bas been discovered by which all the leoine and
Bromine, so necessary for the efficacy of the oil, are
COD LIVER OIL
Is recommended and prescribed by some of the most
eminent physicians of Philadelphia and elsewhere,
and approved by a large number of ladies and gentle?
men, wholesale ami retail druggists, merchants, in?
valids, and many others who have been, on examina?
tion, convinced of ita rare excellence.
This Oil can be obtained from all respectable Drug?
gists throughout the United States.
Office and Agency,
WILLIAM M. WILSON'S,
No. 208 Market-street Philadelphia.
HOWIE & MOISE,
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOB CHARLESTON.
March? 8m os
Jtarit?ra Salts. ,
New Sets Harnest, One French Clock, and
Furniture, at Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAT, 10 o'clock, at Ko. 33 Broad-street
One Billiard Table, Five Long Restaurant
Tables, Large (Ship's) Cooking Stove, Ma
hogany Sideboard, cfc., ??c.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAT, half-past 10 o'clock, at Ko. 83 Broad?
May 27_- . . _
One Morticing Machine, Surveyor'? Compass,
One Work Bench and Toole, Two Sewing
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
IHIS DAT, halt-piet IO o'clock, at No. 83 Broad
May 27_ .
' Syrup, Syrup.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.,
rO-MOBBOW MOBNINGt, 28th inst, WO! be sold
on Adoer*! North Wiarf, at ll o'clock,
SO barrel* SYRUP. (Just landed).
Conditions at sale. May 27.
Brandy and Claret.
BY J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
TO-MORROW. 28th Inst., will be soldat the New
Customhouse, at ll o'clock,
20 quarter casks 1 Genuine Imported COGNAC!
10 octaves J BRANDT
100 cases genuine Imported Claret
Condition* at sale. , May 27
g PRIS G AND SUMMER UTFORT ATIOS
RIBBONS, MTLLTNEBY AND STRAW GOODS,
ARMSTRONG, CATOR ?Sf CO?,
TMPOBTEBS AND JOBBUS Of
Bonnet, Trimming and Velvet Ribbons,
BONNET SILKS, SATINS AND VELVETS,
Blonds, Nets, Crapes, Ruches, Flowers, Feath?
STRAW BONNETS AND LADIES' HATS,
TBnrMED AND XTBCSBUOSSD.
SHAKER HOODS, Ac. ,
NOS. 237 AND 239 BALTIMORE-STREET,
B ALTIMORE, MD.,
OFFER' THE LARGEST STOCK TO BE FOUND
m this Country, and un equalled m choice variety
and cheapness, comprising the latest ^
es-Orders solicited and prompt attention given.
May21 _ ?
WM. KNABE & CO.,
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEES
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. SHEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
?VER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW TOBE
OFFICE AND WABEBOOM, No. 7 N. JJBZBTY?
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
SHEFF'S PIANOS HATE ALL THE LATEST
Improvement, Including the Agraffe treble. Ivory
fronts, and the Improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of ?^h-ifw
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory W
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or.
gins always on hand from $60 to 1300. -
BXrZBBS WHO HAVE OUB KABOB IR USE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Ta.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C. -
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. H. BurweH A Sons, Charlotte, N. C.
Max Sfrakosch, Italian Opera. -
Messrs. Pierson A Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
April 22_ ?_6mos
H. GRL'PY ?St CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CAL VERT-STREET, - -
F. H. GBUPY..H. G^ CUBTAIN
April 20 6moe
4~1 EORGE aii. GA1THER, JR., di CO.,
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. i tlimden.street, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
E. AUSTIN J EN KEV'S. AXFBED JEIIEIN5, IB.
HOBEST H. JENKINS.
J^DW. JENKINS & SONS,
DJPOBTEB8 AND DEALERS IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 6mos_Baltimore, M '
TAMES KNOX.?OHN GELL]
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, BICE, Ac, respect
fully solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for CORN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
??JJ. j. HUMAN.HENEY BXEMAN, JE.
?^T7il. J. RIEM AN & SON,
PACKING HOUSE, TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA,
PROVISION AND COMMISSION
No. 371 W. BALTIMORE-STREET
(Opposite Eutaw House), Baltimore,
Offer for sale full assortment of BACON, PORK and
LARD; also the celebrated ORANGE BRAND HAM,
cured by themselves._3mos?_April lt
pi RIFFLN, BROTHER & CO.,
G B O C E B 8
No. 105 LO MB ABE-STREET,
April22 . . flmofl