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CCLATJQN IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
JRGr Ht THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH' WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LAW.
RUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
L Y. WEOTTBVZDT .will sell, st hair-past 10
o'clock, st his office, No. 35 Broad-street, a
mole and blWded frUy.
CAMPBELLJIKNDX ? Co. will sell, at 10 o'clock,
at their auction house, No. 55 Hasel-etreet, dry
goods, hosiery, icc *
SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY will sell, at 10 o'clock,
at their salesroom, No. 31 Broad-street, furni?
ture, shell marl, Ac.
. MCKAY A CAMPBELL will sell, at 10 o'clock, at
their salesroom, No. 138 Meeting-street, furni?
ture, boots, shoes, Ac.
R. M. MARSHALL A BBO. will sell, at quarter
past 10 o'clock, at their office, No. 33 Broad
street, stallion, furniture, kc. '
THE STOCK MABU?.-We note sales yester?
day of city stock ?t 45, and of South Carolina
Railroad and Bank shares at 44a45. Gas 'Com?
pany stock bro ugh118|, ex-divldend, and State
bonds (old) sold at 59. _
- THE GERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-Tho attention
of members is directed to the advertisement in
an other col amii, notifying those who wish to
attend ibo National[ SchuLzenfaal, of a meeting
aftornoon ab four o'clock.
? '.- ' ' ._' j ^_ . r - ;
. ' BEAL ESTATE SAL?.-Messrs. Leitch A Bruna
*>!d yesterday under a decree in equity from '
the United States Court, a lot of land on the
, ;. east sids Of; Savage-atroet, measuring front on
Savage-street fifty-seven feet and in depth
?ninety feet, for five hundred dollars cash.
,i TH* BTLL AFFAIR.-Tho Columbia Pheonix
marns that several colored meD have been
^on. the ground of complicity in the
ipili. Qneof;the parties isvice-preB
~ident altta. Leagrtbm and it is
charged that Dili's, failure to redeem HO m o wild
.1 promises to. these colored men led them to
avenge their disappointment upon bia person.
ESCAPED PBTSONEEB-Two of the . colored
prisoners, named Jenn Washington and Sam.
Bates, wbo were confined in the House of Cor
? xeo?ou, succeeded in making their escape early
Tuesday morning by breaking their locks and
scahng th? walls. How they contrived to leave
the premises isa mystery, as the walls aro over
fc;-? thirty feet high, with no irregularities to aid
them in tho ascent. Several others b a vo re?
cently given the workhouse log baiL
A RAID ON AK ENGINE HOUSE.-Some unprin
y mpled ?c*Huidrela broke into tho engino house
of the Young America Company, in Socioty
l'r ; street, on "Monday night, and robbed it of some
of the- fixtures. Afc tbe sam? time tho hose
house of the same company, in Anson-etroct,
was?entered and the hose reel, despoiled of, its
; brass fixtures. Several of tho engine houses
have boen robbed recently, and it is fol], time
that the offenere wore brought to jua tice.
, CHEAP DBT GOODS.-There aro few an noun ce?
mente moro pleasing to tho shopping commu?
nity than cheap goods; but this ia often used
u -ss a bait to the unwary. Tho best proof of the j
pudding is in the eating, and when the prices
.axe published the public know that bargains !
? ai*e offered. Messrs. Furch g ott A Bro., at the
corner of King and Calhoun stree ls, have
adopted thc latter plan, and in their adver tis e
~t ment;, which appears elsewhere, may be seen
the extra inducements odored tc their custom
era. They bave lately received largo additions
. to their stock and Lave marked them down to
the lowest cash prices. For full particulars we
refer to tb? advertisement.
'.??tr } "?;
lPBEaxDlNa.-The Jurors answered to their
:n*mo?, and were organized aa follows :
?rcui?'.Jury.-CJftoneberger. foieofon; :L.
Baviuovich, ?. F. Benedict,.Jae. Wetherton), J.
. Luca? Pearce, E. F. Schacto, T. W. LM, W. J.
; Bee* CH. Harbors, L..F. K?pstein, C. Litschgi,
. Jae. Marah, P. M. Cleary, P. L. GuiUemio,
.-. D. Maguire, P. C. Trenholm, D. A. Amme..
jury Jfo; L-A. 8t. Arnaud, foreman; F. ,
J WindfienvKoaard^em D. Sem-1
W kan, P. Cullinane, Samuel Weatherford,: G. H.
. Moffatt, Alfred Grant, M. Yon Glahn, A H.
Schwake, T. L. Quackenbush.
Jury No. 2.-E. Lafitte, foreman; Garrett
Byrnes, Edward W. Lee, Jas. Boyle, J. ri.
Fordham (colored), J. E. DuBoso, J. L. Thom?
as, John J. McLain, P. W. Babb, John Gor
~ dcm (colored)', Jobo^. HiTken, M. Israel.
Supernumeraries.-M. W. Vanning, E. B.
Middleton, James Cosgrove, John G. Lege, J.
F. Bouuoit, J. Alfred Cay, J. M. Crews.
! Tho grand jury was then charged with seve?
ral bills, and there being no further business
the court adjourned.
UNITED STATES COCBT, TUESDAY, JUNE IC.
Hos. Qv&& BBTAN, Pusmrso.-The United
States ts. W. P. Hare and B. Riols. Bebt cn
onstomhooso bond. On motion of Porter &
Conner, the cas? was postponed to the July
Toe United States vs. Thomas W. Pegues
and Thomas J. Ancrum. Debt on post office
bd&d. Verdict-$381 24-100 for the United
States in each case.
? Experte Bank of Qiarloaton, in re Laoneau
A-Whilden and W. A. r?jif?f?w*/ Ohrnoti?n of
Porter & Conner, rofcrred to R. B. Carpenter,
Ex parte B? L. David^and Lewis Mann.
Petition for final d?charge. Ordered that the
case tie continued from June 18 to 24, and the
meeting of creditors, .from June 17 to 23.
The appointment of James Newton Martin
as assignee for C F. Waters was made by H.
Summer, Esq., and approved by the Judge.
gwas organised: -_
i; Solomou Legare ,V.
o, John Hurl:amp, L.
Mahrteoa, Jacob Erase, James C.
Connor, B. H. McDowell, J. M. Fredsbeig, F.
Supernumeraries.-J. E. Blohms, William
Nelson, F. D. C. Kracke, J, N. Browne, Philip
Wineman. ' " _
THE Kirra rr? op COLLETON DISTRICT ACCI?
DENTALLY SHOT BT ONE OF HTS Po?SE-Oil the
night of the 3d instant, several prisoners sffi
ceeded m effecting their escape from Charles?
ton jaJL Among tito number were a white
man named Wall anil two colored men, who
were confined under chorgo Of murder. These
left for their bomas in Gilli Bonville, and the
Sheriff of CoBeton was "telegraphed immedi?
ately to look oucfor thom. Two of the United
Stales detectives were also sent down to Gilii
sonville, and on last Wednesday the Sheriff
organized ? posse and went in search of Wall
and the other escaped prisoners. They
were tracked to Wall's house, and the
pofjac Burroundod it, for the purpose of
preventing their escap;. Wall had, how?
ever, succeeded in obtaining some inkling
of the. pursuit, and the inmates ran from (
tbe house toward the swamp. The Sheriff's
posse endeavored to ove i take them, when one
of the posse, a colored man, who had been en?
trusted with s gun, flred at the prisoners, but j
mistook the Sheriff; who waa somewhat in ad?
vance, for WaB, and the former functionary re?
ceived a full load of buckshot, inflicting a se?
vere but not dangerous wound. The prisoners
made no determined resistance, "but were soon
rearrested and taken to jail. The shooting of j
the Sheriff was represented aa entirely acciden?
tal, tbs posse being thrown into acm o confu?
sion by the sudden escape of Wall and his con
frere* from the bouw.
Charit!ton In 1805 and 1868.
THE CONTRAST BETWEEN NOW AND THEN-A
LIVE SPIRIT AT WORK-HOW IT PR0GBES8 ES
-WHAT HAS BEEN DCM: AND WHAT REMAINS
-THOUGHTS FOR THE THOUGHTFUL, AC, AC.
Ono of tho most remarkable features of our
city experience, which daily strikes tho eye of
the observer, is tho contrast between Charles?
ton as it is to-day and as it was at the close of
the war. Then more than half of Charleston
was deserted. Tho old men were refugees, the
yoong men were in tbe f?old. Business houses
were closed, and the very signs read like obi?
tuary notices of the dead or absent owneis.
i The wharves were crumbling to ruins; the
streets had given up their pavements to build
fortifications, and on all Bides might be traced
the embroidery done in shell work by. the car
isles of theTiedcral General Gilmore. Silence
reigned supremo save when disturbed by the
monotonous tramp of the Federal soldier as he
kept watch over the recently captured strong?
' By and by the wave of business bogan to re?
code from the n p-town rookeries to tho down?
town warehouses. From army, bomb-proof
and country viii age, the young and old came
flocking back. There was little money; but
now and then the results of an unbroken
credit cropped out in some handsome stock of
merchandise, and business once moro resum?
ed. By degrees all found a place in the pic?
ture. Cotton came to'light from a e coro of
bidden recesses, and was turned to-gold. The
mechanic found ample work to do, and a living
compensation. Tho merchants vied with each
other in tho general scramble for patronage, '
and "quick sales and small profits" was the
motto of tho day.
There ?ere broken hearts and rained homes,
empty pockets and famished wives and Little
onosjthore wero thousands who before the close
of the struggle knew nothing of want and mis?
ery ;but externally in her local features the city
wore au Air of convalescence. The streets were
repaved; the public institutions were again
opened; banks were established; rows of offices
and stores made Broad-street and the Bay look
not unlike the beehive of foimer times; the
Battery was beau ti fl od, and once more made
attractive; several steam fire engines were in?
troduced, in addition to the one made at home;
a city railroad was constructed; Lines of steam?
ships began to ply to and from the great sea?
port of the North; the railroads were rapid?
ly repaired; mon of wealth came hither, bring?
ing wealth and capital-8omo stayed; tourists
visited the "City by the Sea" that had been"
made historio, - and left their greenbacks, and
progress arid prosperity seemed, for a while
at leant, io have marked Charleston for their
Looking back upon those Boura from the
present standpoint we have no reason to com?
plain that the spirit of progress has been ma?
terially interrupted. On the contrary, not?
withstanding the depression of trade incident
to a small cotton crop, bad debts, and unpaid
loans, we. have moved steadily forward until
the contrast between 1885 and 1868 has become
marked and well defined. Under the adminis?
tration of Mayor Cogswell, especially ^public
improvements have been made with a rapidity
and dispatch, and attended with an economy
that has left no room for cavil or complaint.
Broken sidewalks, which, for months, wore an
eyesore, have given place to smooth, handsome
asphaltum pavements, whereon it is a pleasure
k to per ambulate; the streets have been relaid; a
shell road is in process of construction and
woll-nigh completed, which will constitute a
daily attraction -to every owner of a vehicle
who loves the country air, which he may find
in ,a half boor's drive.
A new system of cleaning streets by contract
has been adopted and nearly twenty thousand
dollars saved to tho tax-payer, besides the ad?
ditional security given to health and life. The
lower guardhouse has undergone a purifica?
tion and adornment, which makes it.the tem?
ple it ought to be-that, too, without a dollar of
expenso to the city, the cost of repairs hoing
paid from the fines exacted from tho i ff anders
against tho law. Instead of fifteen hundred
dollars heretofore paid for tho ront of Hamp?
stead Hospital, only eight hundred dollars is
this -joar's charge- another clear savinK to the
city's purse ; and BO, stop by step, accompany?
ing the work of visible improvement, the re?
trenchment goes ou, and promises relief to a
people groaning under the load of public debt.
Much, however, remains to be done, and we
learn that the now Connell do not intend to be
behind their predecessors in at least striving
to deserve thc approval of their fellow-citi
Up-town, we observe that Hampstead Mall is
undergoing a beautifying proc?s \ The seats
are being rearranged, broad shell-walks aro in
process of construction, and when the grass is
cut, the denizens of that portion of the city
will enjoy a lovely breathing spot alter tho heat
and fatigue of the day. Public parks aro a
city's lungs. .
Farther up, in the vicinity of Line-street,
there is &n admirable opportunity for some?
body to make a mark, by digging a deep canal
that will connect river with river, and open an
outlet for the heavy freights of tho railroads
by water to the bay. As an accessory to the
drainage of the oity in that part of Charleston,
the improvement is most desirable. This
sahorno, however, can well afford to bo held in
embryo, but some time it will undoubtedly b j
An effort will probably be made to moko a
direct route from the depots to tho Bay, more
"navigable" than at present, so os to divert a
portion of the heavily laden drays from Meet?
ing-street, and save horseflesh and power. It
has boon suggested that a layer of sawdust
mixed with tbe sand would make a good road
for the purpose.
Au improvement that may hereafter engage
the attention of practical mon is the concentra?
tion of all, the butcher pena on the stream that
makes up to Gadsden Green and tho Potter's
field fro n tho Ashby Uiver, so that the offal
can be carried away by the tides.
The great difficulty, howovor-and ono that
seems almost insurmountable, owing to the
peculiar topography of the city-is in providing
a thorough ?xstom of drainage. lu many of
the streets, notwithstanding tho caro nnd ex?
pense bestowed upon them, thc green mould
that has accumulated along tbe gutters and
upon stagnant pools shows too surely where
disease and death begin their work. Tho filth
of poor neighborhoods is in some measure the
cause, perhaps the chief cause, of this condi?
tion of things, and, io the absence of any known
cheap mode of effecting a change by the skill
of the engineer, police regulations may possibly
enforce the cleanliness dosired.
There are many improvements in the mind's
eye of progressive men who have the advance-,
ment of the city at heart, and one day they will
be developed. We have contented ourselves
with a simple review of " things doue," and
sketching briefly the things that "may bo."
H.OTEL A&BjVALS.-Charleston Hotel.-J\xne 16.
W S Worth, Florida; Charles Sharpe, Phila?
delphia; A Getty, New York; B D Caley, Phila?
delphia; A Magyaletti, Genoa; A D Fair,
Orangeburg; I C Plant, Memphis; Samuel J
Guthrie, Macon; W B Shaw and wife, Augusta:
J 8 R Thompson, Yorkville; J N Stephans,
Texas; George W Giles and neico, and A S De
Pavilion Hotel-J P Gayle, Florence; W J
McMonrn, Darlington; W B Worsaam, St
?John's Berkeley; S it Rodge rn, Northeastern
Bftilroftd; G. W. Wftiia?e, DaxljngtoD, S, C,
PROCEEDINGS OF Crr? COUNCIL.-A re
meeting of City Council was held at 8 o
last evening. Presont-His Honor tho M
and Aldermen Geddings, Clitrk, Cunnine,
Potter, Adams, Wall, Olney, Whildon, Ho
Parker, McKinlay and Moore.
The Minute?, of the last mooting were
The Mayor road extract from Genoral O
No. 126, appointing Messrs. James F. (
and John H. Lawton aldermen, in the ph
Messrs. Bernard O'Neill and Stanley G. 1
Also a lotter from Mr. J. H. Lawton, d<
ing the appointment.
Applications wero made by the following
Of W." J. Simpson for the position of ke
of the Artesian Well. On motion of Alder
Olney, laid on the table.
Of Michael Storen for two thousand bi
to pave in front of his house, No. 5 J
street. Referred to Committee on Streots.
Of James Magrath for junk-shop lice
Referred to Committee on Licenses.
Of George Howard for appointment as ll
Borer and Inspector of Timber and Lan
Referred to Committee on Vacant Ofricos.
Of Quash Brown for permission to cn
wooden building in Smith-street, between;
and Calhoun 6 tree ts. Referred to the Com
tee on Brick and Wooden Buildings.
The following papers were presented ant
j ferred as indicated:
Report of City Treasurer relative to non-]
ment of J. D. Budds' interest on the Fire I
Report of Jamc6 H. Taylor, Esq., one of
city directors in the Memphis and Charlee
Railroad Company. The report sets forth t
in company with Mr. E. Willis, be attendi
meeting of the directors, at which M. J. Wu
Esq., was eleoted President, nice Colt
Sam Tate. The directors were all present
oept one. Tho State of Tennessee was roi
senc?d by two diroctors, the City of Char
ton by two, and the stockholders by n:
i Colonel Tato made the following statcmon
the three months business to 31st March:
Also, in regard to the business in April:
Tbe report waa received as information.
A communication from the Chief tbe I
Department was read, submitting his ann
report. Received as information.
Communication from A. B. Chisolm, EG
calling attention to the portion of Butlec
Avenue used by the City Railway Compai
setting forth that the rails are so mache
vated above the ground as to bo obstructio
gather water, ix. Referred to Committoe
Reports of the Chief of Polioe for Man
April and May, 1868: Number of arreste
White- malo, 574; female, 60. Colored-ma
416; female, 120. Total, 1160. Amount of fit
imposed at Mayor's Court, $9237; amount p:
by prisoners, $2708; amount paid to policcm?
$1400. Balance paid to City Treasur
! Sheriff s return of unsatisfied executions I
maining in his offico waiting the action
Council. Referred to the Committee of Wa
Return of the Harbormaster for May, 18i
showing $265 83. Received os information.
Report of City Engineer, suggesting ii
provements in Simons-etreet, Ac. Referred
Committoe on Streets.
Communication from John S. Ryan, Ea<
calling attention to the condition of the pub
square west Bide of Kutlcdgc-street. Refer?
to Committoe on Public Grounds.
Dr. Joseph Yates, ono of tho city phyeiciar
tendered his resignation, which, on motion
Alderman Whilden, was received. .
Alderman Whilden, from tho Committeo <
Lighting tho Streets, reported that the g
bills for tho month of May waa correct-amou
per statement annexed, $2293 90. Ad opted.
Alderman McKinlay, from the Committoe <
Steam Engines, reported in favor of tho appl
cation of Henry Twootman and W. B. Ry.? n f
tbe privilege of erecting a steam engin
Alderman Whilden, from the Committee c
Accounts, reported that tho committee ht
passed tho following accounts: Alms Hons
$3,176 29 ; House of Correction, $174 5
Alderman Whilden introduced the following
which was read tho first time.
A BILL TO EXTEND THE LIEN" FOI! CITY TAXE
Bc U Ordained, dc, That hereafter taxe
sholl constitute a specific hen on tho proper!
taxed from the time when the liability for tb
said taxes accrues, and such taxes sholl be pai
prior to and in preference of all judgment!
mortgages, pledges, debts or other liens of a pi
vate character on said property.
. Alderman W. said he offered the above bi
because no provision -existed upon tho subj oe
and a case bad arisen in which thc court dc
cided adversely to tho city in the collection t
taxes which had been standing for more tba
one year, as would bo seen by the followin,
letter from Hon. W. D. Porter :
CHARLESTON, Juno 16, 1868.
Colonel M. Cogswell, Mayor.
SIB: I oncloso jon a certified copy of the do
cisi?n of tho Appeal Court in relation to cit;
taxes. The substance of tho decision is tha
as against mortgages, judgments or otho
liens. of pnor dato, taxes aro a preferret
hen only for tho period of one year. This doci
not release the owner of the property from ha
bi li ty-it only postpones the lien to others o
Under this decision it will not bo advisabli
for Council to defer tho collection of taxes be
yon J tho year in cases where tbero are prioi
liens upon the property. ?
Should Council desire to extend tho lion foi
taxes and give it a preference to all other in
cumbrauces, I endoso draft of a bill for thal
purpose. And I am of opinion that Council, ir
view of tho necessities of government, bas thc
authority to establish such priority of hen ai
against all private incumbrancas.
I also enclose the bill of Clerk of Appen
Court for copy of thc decree.
Respect full v.
W. D. PORTER.
Alderman Geddings. It hos boen the hope
of those interested in tbe snbjrcMhat we could
meet the interest upon tho debt ot the citv
past due, amounting to about $39,000, but 1
find that it cannot he done, exceptio the ordina?
ry stereotyped way. I find that wo have a float?
ing dobt of something like $60,000, upon which
the eily U payi ig hnavy interest. It is desira?
ble that we should meet, as far as possible, and
as promptly, thc notes outstanding, so that we
may get all the collaterals in our bands, to be
used in case of any emergency that may arise.
Tho only manner in which ibis can be done,
howover, is by funding the arrears of interest,
and I have, therefore, prepared a bill in the
usual form for this purp se.
[Alderman Geddings here introduced the
bill, which was read the first time. It is the
same text that has been heretofore publi med
in TBE NEWS, and as the blanks aro to be fill?
ed by datos and amounts on its second read?
ing, it is not now a matter of general informa?
Alderman Clark introduced the following,
which was read the first time-:
Whereas, io. the management of the City
j Government it is the imperative duty of Coun?
cil to so closely watch and guard its finances
that the expenditures shall not exceed the re?
And whereas, it is well known that our prea
ont expenditures of City Government are in ex?
cess of ita receipts, be it
Resolved, That a special committee of five
be appointed by his Honor the Mayor to re?
port to Council at the earliest practicable time
a system of taxation and expenditure, by
which said desired end can bo attained.
Mr. Mtyor and Aldermen-la introducing
tu? r?solution, some explanation, ia necessary,
The fact; is patent to all tax-payers-and who
in this city aro not?-that, although severely
taxing the people, the cit; is not paving the i t??
teres t on its debt, and soarcoly paying its run?
ning expenses. It is well known thai there is,
or will be at the expiration of this year, a d?fi?
cit ot nearly $300,000, which is practically the
interest on ber debt of $5.000,000, atO per cent
per annum. Without attempting to trace ont
the causes of this enormous debt- or the rea?
sons for this large deficit, let us take bold of
this monster of responsibility os it is, and pre
vent its future unmanageable accumulation.
And, gentlemen, lot us thoroughly under
stand to what dangers this $300,000 deficit, if
allowed yearly to be piled up with its interest,
would inevitably bripg us. Starting willi a debt
of $5,000,000, in twenty years the entire real es?
tate of the city, new assessed at $20,000,000,
would be absorbed; but long before the lapse
of that time, in siy ten or twelve years, as
"rats leave a sinking ship," so will our inhabi?
tants leave us with wnak property t'iey can
carry, and bankruptcy or repudiation, vit h all
its attendant evils, will hold those remaining.
Can this evil, by any means, be wrested ?
Can the interest on our city's dobt be regular?
ly and promptly paid ? Can the daily and year?
ly expenses of the city government also be
promptly met? As an auswer I use the simple
and expressive word--yes !
A system of taxation can be inaugurated by
which many-the business men and those con?
nected-who ore now too heavily taxed, will be
relieved, and none will bo more oppressively
burdened than they now are.
A system of expenditure can bo inaugurated
by which many evils as tboy exist will cease,
and bargo amounts may be saved, instead of
being, as far as the city is concerned, squan?
dered and lost.
Yes, gentlemen, a system of taxation and
expenditure can be inaugurated, from tho
benefits of which the widow, the orphan, and
all dependent upon city interest, shall bavo
something besides a shadow to lean upon-a
system by which our stocks and bonds snail be
brought up to where any six per cent, stock
ought to be; in fact a system by which, and
through which, our city's credit will be, as it
once was, equal lo any, surpassed by none.
Once more, I repeat, all this can and should
be done, and for one looking to this desired
end, I trust the resolution will be adopted.
Alderman Clark offered tho following resolu?
tion) which wa. seconded by Alderman Olney,
and referred to a committee consisting of Al?
dermen Clark, Whildon and Cunningham :
Resoled, That a committee ot three be ap?
pointed'by. bis Honor the Mayor to confer with
the owners of property on Queen-street, be?
tween Hing and Meeting, in relation to the
probable cost of the proposed widening of that
Alderman Parker offered the following:
Resolved, That a special committee of three
be appointed by his Honor the Mayor to inves?
tigate the relations of the city with Charleston
College, and that said commitee shall have
power to act. c
Alderman Whildec. I would like to know
what is meant by the phrase that "said com?
mittee sholl have power to act"
Alderman Parker. It must be known to the
gentleman that there is a considerable* sum
due the college on the 1st of July, and the in?
tention is to investigate tho relations between
the city and the collego with tho view of cutting
off, if possiblo, any futuro payment under tho
statute. Tho committee ask for about tho
same authority that was conferred upon a sim'
ilar committee some three or six months ago.
Alderman Geddings suggested that the mat?
ter bo referred lo Ibo committee lo bo appoint?
ed undor the resolution offered by Alderman
Alderman Parker said ho bad no objection
to that courso, and the resolution was so refer?
Alderman Parker also offered the following :
Resolved, That a special permanent commit?
tee of three be appointed upon the Polico De?
I ? Alderman McKinlay. I second tho resolu?
Alderman Clark. If in order,;I would like
to loam the object of this resolution.
Alderman Parker. The object is to investi?
gate tho Police Department, with a view to the
reduct ?un and reorganization of the Depart?
Alderman Whilden. Heretofore the matter
of polico has boen loft to the Mayor and Chief |
of Polico, but BB this proposition refers to the
subject of retrenchment, I move os an amend?
ment that the resolution be referred to the
committee of bvo to be appointed under the
resolution of Alderman Clark.
On motion of Alderman Olney, Council then
A NEST OF VERITABLE BLACKLEQS'.ROUTEO.
The wharf at the foot of Hasol-slreot bas long
been tho rendezvous of a number of colored
gamblors who plied their calling in tho open
air unmindful of tho powers that lo. This un
awful gathering has beou a nuisance to the
neighborhood, and yestorday a raid was made
upon Ibo gang by a portion ot the detective
and police forces, which resulted in the cap?
ture of cloven of tho gay gomboliers. They
woro coolly shuffling their cards, not expect?
ing any intrusion,
"When the police came down Uko the wolf on the
Their cohorts nil (?learning with blue and with gold."
Every avenuo hod been guarded, and when the
alarm was given the besieged saw that escape
was cut off, that clubs were trumps, and calmly
laid down their pictures. Borne of the more
adventurous spirits took to the marsh, but
found that mode ol exit impracticable, and
were also numbered among the captured. They
were marchen to the guardhouse, and assigned
quarters which were moro close than comfort*
able. The news of the capture was no soon' r
noised abroad than it created great consterna?
tion among the colored fraternity. There was
a gathoring of the elms around tho portals of
the guardhouse, and a weoping and wailing
among many of the colored Rachels who refus?
ed to bo comforted. The gang which was
broken up was composed of young colored men,
betweon twenty and thirty yoars of age, who
bave long been undor the surveillance of the
police. Thoy are charged with gambling and
NOTICES TN BANKnurrcT.-Meetings of tho
creditors of tho undermentioned bankrupts, to
provo debts and choose assignees, will be held
at tho office of the Registrar, Hon. R. B. Car?
penter, No. 72 Broad-stroct, on the days and at
the hours named '.
Dale. I .Hour. I
Janett! 9A.M.JTran>well. F. A.clarendon.
June 22110 A.M. ?iglesias. Ygnaeio.Charleston.
Juno22 ll A.M. Siddons, L. L. charleston.
June 22 12 M Drin ker. Levy.Charleston.
Juno22 lp M. Moise, Charles U.Charleston.
June22 2P.M. Clifford, AlbinR.Charleston.
Juno22 3r.M. Cvopor, Q. I..|Georgotown.
.lune 22 3 P.M. Lucas. Simon ?.Georgetown.
Jun? 23 0 A.M. Coachman, Kl i J ah P.. |Gcorgclotvn.
Juuo23 10 A.M. Lcvy& Alexander.Charleston.
June23 U A.M. Browne, James.Charleston.
June 23 12 M. Dainisb, F.BarnwolL
June32 1 P.M. Bowe. John S.Orangeburg.
June 23 2 P.M. Strauss, Emanuo'.Charleston.
June 23 2 P.M. strauss, Solomon.Charleston.
June23 8 P.M. Farley, Henry S., and
Farley. Hugh L.Collcton.
June 21 9 A.M. Pearson, John D.Marlborough.
Juno 24 10 A.M. White, K. John.. Charleston.
June 24 11A.M. Brown, Abner.Sumter.
June 24 12 M. Tulley, J. M.Orangeburg.
Tuno24 1P.M. Allen, Wm. Gaston.... Beaufort.
June 24 2 P.M. Hurvin, Richard M... Clarendon.
Juno 24 3 P.M. Tindall, John B.?Sumter.
June 25 9AM. Mitchell, Francis M... j Abbeville.
June25 10A.M. Rirhardnon, Wm. T... Uarnw6B.
?Tune 25 11A.M. Hodge. Benj. Joseph.. Clarendon.
June 25 12 M. Ezekiel, Emanuel, and
Eohen, Theodore... Orangeburg.
June 25 1P.M. Evans & Cogswell.Charleston.
June 25 2 P M. Wharton & Petsch_Charleston.
June 27 OA.M ?Nea-on, John J.Sumter.
Juno 27 10A.M. Moses, Horace II.Sumter.
June27 ll A.M. Graham, Jumes D... Sumter.
June 27 12 M. Moses, Myer B.S- mter.
.lime 27 1 P.M. McCants, Thomas J... Sumter.
June 27 2 P.M. Drayton. Charles E. R. Sumter.
Jun? 27 3 P.M. Moses. 2. P.Sumter.
June 30 0 A.M. Hodge, John J.Clarendon.
June 30 10 A.M. Norris. William J.Clarendon.
Juno 30 ll A.M. Tucker. Isaac S.Charleston.
Juno 3d 12 M. Ooio, Thomas W.Horry.
Jun", iii' 1P.M. Jennings, James M... sumter.
June 30 2 P.M. Murdougli, Josiah P.. Collutou.
June 30 3 P.M. Oppenheim, Julius H. Charlee ton. ,
July 6|U *IPttT?eU,Joseph,.?tiwl?stou,
Of what place.
BILL OF MORTALITY.-Return of deaths with?
in tho City of Charleston, for the weok ending
Anns, Imperio rate...
Brain, Disease of.....
Heart, Dropsy of.
Tabes Meson teri aa....
Visitation of God.
4| 7 1 8 I ll
HE CAPITULATION :
Whites, ll; Black? and Colored, 19-Total, 30.
Dndcr 1 y oar of age... 14
Between land 5 yrs... 3
Between 5 and 10 yrs.. 1
Botwecn 10 and 20 yrs.. 0
Between 20 and 30 yrs.. 2
Between 30 and 40 yrs.. 4
Between 40 and 60 yrs.. 0
Between 60 and 60 yrs. 3
Between 60 and 70 yrs. 9
Between 70 and 80 yrs. 0
Between 80 and 90yrs. 0
Between 90 and 100 yrs. 0
Over 100 years of age... 0
Office of City Registrar, June 16,1868.
GEORGE S. P?XZEB. M. D., Olly Registrar.
Ii you want cheap Blank Books;
JI you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
Ac; or Miller's Almanac;
If you want Printing executed neatly;
li you want Books bound in any stylo, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 69 Broad
ATTENTION.-If you want to eave time and
money in purchasing dry and fancy goods, read
Furchgott k Brother's advertisement.
wm . [Advt
CHOICE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, one dollar
per pound, at Wilson's grocery, northwest corner
Society and Anson streets. Goods delivered free.
MESSRS. BTOLL, WEBB A Co. aro now re?
ceiving largo invoices of cheap goods by evory
steamer, and have opened this day a large lot of le?
?os and grenadines at 25c.-good styles and colors.
Persons wishing to purchase cheap dress goods will
find a largo assortment at their establishment, Noa.
287 and 289 King-street ' [Advt]
EXCHANGE ON. KEW YORK
EXCHANGE ON NEW YORK
BANK OF LIVERPOOL.
For sa'e in sums to suit purchasers by
June 13 Imwl2 GEO. W. WILLIAMS 4 CO.
KO AV .WS HOTEL.
SUMMERVILLE, 8. C.
HAVING REFITTED AND REFURNISHED THE
above Hotel, it wUI be open for the reception of guests
on JULY 1st.
Partie??vishing to engage Board can do so at the
Charleston HotcL J. P. HORBACH.
Ju?e 8 Imo Agent.
gU 1U M Ell BOA UT? IN* G,
FAMILIESAND Ol HER") SEEKING SUMMER
BOARDING, will find the NICKERSON HOUSE, in
Columbia, H. C., one of the most comfortable and
beautiful locations lu tho South. Partira desiring a
pleasant and healthy location, with good fare, al
mod?rate price, will piesse make early application to
WM. A. WRIGHT, Superintendent,
Juno 6 Imo Columbia, S. C.
rjttlE MANSION HOUSE,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED THE ABOVE
houso, whore day, monthly and transient boarders
will receive tho greatest attention.
The table will be frirnlshod with tho best the mar?
Situation central, rooms largo and weU furnished,
and terms moderate.
Southerners are invited to give the Mansion House
MADA?: T. M. RUTJES.
(Formerly of Charleston, S. C.)
Mansion House,, , ,
No. .3 Four and a halt-stfeet,
May 30 Imo Washington, D. C.
THE VERY IMPORTANT AND EXTNE8IVE
improvements which have recently been made In
this popular Hotel, tho largest in New England, en?
able the Proprietors to offer to Tourists, Families
and the Travelling Public accommodations and con?
veniences superior to any other Hotel in the city.
During tho past summer additions have boon made
of numerous suites of apartments, with bathing
rooms, water closets, Ac. attached; one of TUMS'
magnificent passenger elevators, tho best ever con?
structed, convoys guests to the upper story of tho
house in one minute; the entries have boen newly
and richly cirpotcd, and tho entiro houso thoroughly
replenished and refurnished, making it, in all its
appointments, equal to any Hotel in the conn try.
Telegraph Office, Billiard Halls and Cafe on the
?r.-1 floor. LEW18 RICE & SON,
May 4 mwl3mos Proprietors.
*y K, W YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROAD WAY,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. Ill LO ICE TH dc CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
tiudor thc managsraeut ot J. B. MOXNOT, Esq., and
moro recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON &?
CJ., is now undei tho proprietorship of .Messrs. D.
M. HILDRETH k T. B. ROCKWAY, unor thc Arm ol
D. M. HILDRETH k CO.
Tho senior partner from bis long experience as a
Siopriolor of the Veranda, St Louts and SL Charlo?
[otels of New Orleans, flutters himself that ho can
assure his friends and tho publis generally, that its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-clase
Hotel, shall bo lally sustained under its present
mauaccment lyr* February 13
?yj" ADAME G 1 D I E K JG ,
COHNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CnABLESTON. ?. c.
Transient Board $3 50 per Day.
April 29 _
KIRKLAND ?i CO., Proprietor*.
April 27 lyr
^ POTT? WOOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS,
AprU?_ ^_ _
ly I L L I A Itt IRWIN.
SPARTANBURG, 8. C.
J^RUOS AND MEDICINES,
JUST RECEIVED BY
E. H. KELLERS &, CO.
HOSTETTER'S, HOOFLAND'8 AND COLLT?TON
Aycr's, Jaynes' Wright's, Rad way's, Cephalic,
Beckwith'!) Holloway's, sanford's and Brandreth's
Gray's, Holloway's, Dalley's, McAlisters', Rns
sian. David's oed Morehead's Ointment
Hegeman's Ferrated Bark and Cod Liver Oil and
Benzine, Burnett's Cod Liver Oil, Ayer's Sarsapa?
rilla, Chorry rectoral and Ague Cure, &c. Ac.
Country orders solicited, and will meet with
E. H. KELLERS 4 CO.,
February ? flu No, W MtCtiWJtMet,
Silk Chene Mozambique?, Colored and Mourn?
ing Print?, Gingham?, Genis Gauze and j
White and Brown Colton Undershirts.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.,
Cash Auction Home, No. 55 Hascl-strrct,
Will sell, THIS DAY, at 10 o'clock.
Gont's Merino, Gauze and Cotton UNDEBSHIRTS.
L. B. Shirts, Suspendere, Brown, Mixed and White
Half Hose, Gloves, 4c", ic.
GRENADINES, Mozambiquos, Amoekeag Prints,
English Mourning Printe, Ginghams, .Summer Bal?
moral Skirts, Hoop Skirts, Muslins, L. G. Hdkfs.,
White and Colored Hose, Table Linen, Irish Linen,
Conditions cash. June 17
Spring Wagon, Furniture, Tinware, Tobacco,
MCKAY & CAMPBELL
WUl sell THIS DAY (Wednesday), 17th instant, at 10
The ? UBNITURE of a family leaving the city.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Balance of Stock of ASSORTED TIN WABE, Crock
Demijohns of Choice WHISKEY, Cheese, Tobacco,
Terms cash._ june 17
Drugs, Medicines, Glassware, ?c, S?c.
BY HOLMES & MACBETH,
Will be sold TO,MORROW, 18th June, at ll o'clock,
at the Store No. 15 Haync-etrcct,
The remainder of the Stock of DRUGS, MEDI?
CINES and other articles usually to be had in a
Wholesale Drug House. ,
Terms cash on delivery. Jnne 17
Market Garden Farm adjoining City Limit?.
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRUNS,
WUl be sold, TO-MORROW, 18th instant, at ll
o'clock, at tho Old Pcs torn ce,
Those TWO LOTS OF LAND, containing one acre
each, on King-street Road, adjoining the city limita,
and running eastwardly to the South Carolina
Railroad. This property is oxempt from city taxes,
and desirable as a Market Farm.
Terms.-One-half cash; balance in twelve months,
secured by bond and mortgsgo, with interest paya?
ble semi-annually. Purchaser to pay us for papers
and stamps. mwthS ? June 17
Lstalc Sale, by order of the Executors,
BY Z.B. OAKES.
W1U bo sold on THURSDAY, 25th instant, at ll
o'clock, near the Old Postofflce, tho following valu?
able property, belonging to an ie tate, viz;
No. 1-The THREE-STORY BRICK DWELLING,
and extensive Brick outbuildings, situate on the east
side of King-street, in Ward No. 7, and known SB
No. 671. Lot measures 65 feet front and 190 feet
in depth. On the premises are a largo cistern and
No. 2-^Tho THREE-STORY WOODEN STORE
AND DWELLING, with roqusiie outbuildings, situ?
ate at the southwest corner of King and Spring
streets. Lot 37 fi st 3 inches on King, and 98 feet 6
inches on Spring-street.
No. 3.-THE THREE STORY WOODEN STOKE
AND DWELLING, with outbuild I Dps, situate on
west side of King-street, adjoining the above to the
south. Lot 37 feet 9 inches front, and 98 feet 6
lochos' in depth. Tho ;c bondings have double pi?
azzas to toe south, and arc tn good order.
Nos. 1, 0, 6.-THREE VACANT LOTa on vest si Je
of King-treet, adjoining No. 3 to tho south, each34
feet front, and 168 feet 7 Inches deep.
No. 7-The TWO STORY WOODEN DWELLING
and Kitchen, on south sido of Spring street, first
house west of King. Lot 29 feet 6 inches front and
76 feet deep.
No. 8-Tho TWO STORY WOODEN DWELLING
and Kitchen, south sido Spring, next west of No. 7.
Lot 30 icc 17 inches fi ont and 75 feet deep.
No. 9-The TWO AND A HALF STORY DWELL?
ING and outbuilding') on tho southoast corner of St.
Philip-street and Rodger's Alley, Ward No. 8. Lot
85 feet front and 95 feet deep.
No. 10-The TWO-STORY DWELLING, east sido
of St. Phillp, next south of tho above. Lot 19 foot
front and 95 foot deep.
No. ll-The TWO-STORY DWELLING, east side
St Philip, next south of above. Lot 20 feet front, 95
No 12-^-The DWELLING.south side Rodgers'alley,
next east of the above. Lot 31 feet front, 75 feet
No. 13-1 ho TWO-STORY DWELLING, south sido
Rodgers' alley, next east of the above. Lot 31 feet
iront, 76 feet deep.'
No. 14-i he TWO-STORY DWELLING, south side
Rodgers' altey, next east of above. Lot 31 feet front,
75 feet deep.
No. 15-ONE-STORY SHOP AND TWO-STORY
WOODEN DWELLING, northeast corner St PhUip
street and Hodgon' alley. Lot 37 iect front, 61 lect
No 16-The '1WO-STORY DWELLING, north side
Rodgers' alloy, adjoining above to the east Lot 26
feet iront, 61 feetaeep.
No. 17-Tht TWO-STORY BUILDING adjoining
above to the oast on Rodger?' Alley. Lot 26 feet
iront, 61 feot drep.
No. 18-Tho TWO-STORY BUILDING north ?ide
Rodgers' Alley, next cast of above. Lot 26 feet front,
61 feet deep
No. 19-JT.Ve TWO-STORY DWELLING norlh aide
Rodgers' AhVy, adjoining to tho cast. Lot 27 feet
front, 61 feet loop.
No. 20-Tho TWO-STORY BUILDING north side
Bodgors' Alley, next oast of aboi e. Lot 26 feet front,
61 fact deep.
No. 21-VACANT LOT noxt east of above, 28 feet
front. 61 feet dcau^
Plata vi tU?iHHtt Property can be seen at my
Conditlp^acash. Purchasers to pay for papers
and a ta nip H. Jane 17
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BRO AD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, 4c, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
43?AucUon o? HOESES, FURNITURE, 4c, every
Wedn-sday. October 19
yy ILLLS ?t CII1SOLSI,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PUBOHA8E, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign sod DomesUc Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
K.WLLLIS.A. M. CHISOLM.
OOK AND JOB
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and tho Public that ho has a large assortment ot'
NEW TYI'E, MACHINERY, and a flue stock of j
CARDS, PAPER, 4c, direct from manufacturers,
an J will execute all orders for
BOOK: AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat mininer, and at GREATLY REDUCED
Havlug largo Ionia or typo, will contract for thc
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low rates. If left at No. 33 HAYNE-STREET.
siay ia JA* xv- MCMILLAN.
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 86 MARKET-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Where may be found every variety pf GREAT
COATS, FRO Hi AND DRESS COATS. Shirts. Un?
dershirts, Vest? and Pantaloon*, Dr?wen ?md Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Capp, Trunks, Carpet Rac?.
Valiaes, 4c FohniaryS
/ '1 J. SCHLKFJSUHEL1.,
No. 'SI LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING AND ST. THIL1P.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AND
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS,PAINTS.OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also, GROOVE AND TONGUE BOARDS, 4c, con?
stantly on band at thc lowest market prices.
.pROST, BLACK Hi CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in, and Manufactu?
FURNITURE OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal-street,
Steamboats, Hotels and Public Buildings furnish?
ed at the shortest notice. AU Goods purchased of
our House guaranteed as represented.
May 1 fmw3moR
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Thirty barrel? Shell Marl, suitable as a Ma?
nure/or Colton, Provision and Vegetable
Croiis, at Auction.^
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY.
THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, at their Saleroom, No. al
. Jase 17 *
Furniture, consisting of Mahogany Bureaus,
Sideboards! Washstands, High-Post, French
and Cottage Bedsteads, Mohair, Cane
and gooden Seal Chairs, Bedding, Cots,
Sofas, Settees, Lounges, Icehouses and seve?
ral Pianos, al Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY..
THIS DAT, at 10 o'clock, at their Salesroom, No. 31
SEVERAL CAGES FANCY BIRDS, .CAN AB LES,
Java Sparrows, Aa *_Jane 17
One Thoroughbred Stallion, Three Mules, Carts,
RY iL M, MARSHALL & BBO.
THIS DAY, quarter-past 10 o'clock, at Na 33 Broad
Household and Office Furniture, One Piano,
Cooking Stoves, Lot of New Hardware, One
Barber's Post, at Auction.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, haU-past 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Bruadw
One Fine Young Mule and one Bande?me
Blooded Filly, a Crib Sucker, at Auction.
BY h Y. WESTERVELT.
Will bc ?old TO-HOBBOW. the 17th inst., at No 36
Broad-street, at half-past 10 o'clock, on account and
at tho risk of former owner. June 16
Estate Sale-By order of.the Executors.
BY I.S. H. BENNETT.
On THURSDAY next, the 96th inst, at ll o'clock,
near the Exchange, corner of East Bay and Broad
et ree I s, I will offer at public outcry,.
AU that LOT OF LAND, at the western end of Cal
houn-Btreet, adjoining that on which Governor Ma?
gra th's residence stands, measuring fifty (60) feet on
Calhoun-street, the same on back line, by one hun?
dred and eighty-one (181 feet, 3 inches) feet two inch?
es on the cast and west line?. This lot, which la
high and dry, ia beautifully located for a re "ide nee.
commanding a fine view of Ashley River. Several
large oak trees are on it
AU that LOT OF LAND, adjoining the above to the
weet, of similar shape and dimensions as,the above.
The southwestern portion of this lot forms a part of
Bennett's Min Pond. The remainder ls high and
dry. ... -1
A Plat can be seen at my office, and will be exhib?
ited cn dav of sale.
Conditions-One-third cash; balance payible m
one and two years, with interest eemi-onnually, ae
cured by bond and mortgage of the property. Pur?
chasers to pay for necessary capers and stamps.
Junel7 ' wfmwth?
JUtrtioiittrs' J?rioatt Sale*.
At Private Sale
A SLOOP of tho capacity of twenty cords of wood,
in good running order._mw2? June 16
Well Located Saw Mill at Cedar Keys, Fla.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
Auctioneers and Brokers, No. 33 Broad,
A4 Private Sale
Tho above MILL- boiler 17 flues, engino 10 horse
power, 12 inch cylinder, 16 inch stroke; caw 46inch
dhmcler; carriage 60 C et. Made at Washington
Iron Works, Nowburgh, New York. Will be sold low,
and if desired can bo removed at once.
Juno 16 3
I"A rFo~sT~^?~A~N OUsT?T
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOB
THE BEST PIAN08 NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WABEROOM, Na 7 N. LIBERTY -
STREET; ABOVE B'ALTTMOBE-STBEET,
8TIEFF'S PIANOS HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, including the Agraffe treble, ivory
http ts, and the improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exchange
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory to
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gans always on hand from 160 to WOO.'
KKFKHKEK WHO HAVE OUB FIAROS Hf USX:
Geno ral Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. R, Burwell te Sons, charlotte, N. C.
Max Strakoecb, Italian Opera.
MOSHIS. Pierson A Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
April 22 Cmos
Q KIFFIN, BROTHER ?i CO.,
COMMISSION MEE CHANTS
No. 106 LOMBARD-STREET,
E.fAUSTIN JENKINS. AUTOED JENKINS, JR.
BOBEBT H. JENKINS.
.p^DW. J K MO NS Si SONS,
IMFOBTEBS AND i> ii ALEES IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,!
NO. 180 BALTIMOBE-STREET.
April 22 _6m03_Baltimore, M
Yjl'.il?E.V, CARROLL dc CO.
PRESERVERS, PICEL?RS, OYSTER PACK EUS, Aa
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint lroprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Prepared by the BalUmoro Condensed Milk Company
April 22 Cmos
s~i KOK GK R. (; Arrimu, JR., & CO.,
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 tamden-street, Baltimore.
Libera' cash advances on consignments.
April 20_ __2mo
JAMED KNOX.JOHN GILLj
KMOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 126 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE. Ac, respect?
fully solicited, and Ubenl advances made thereon.
Orders for CO BN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
H. GRIP Y di CO..
LEATHER, HUIES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH C ALVERT- STREET,
F. H. GBUPY.fe..H. G. CURTA!
April 20 _Cmos
WM" J. BTEMAN.HENEY BIEMAN, JD.
y^7 M. J. It LE MA \ Sf SON. ?
PACKING HOUSE, TERBE-HAUTE, INDIANA,
PROVISION AND COMMISSION
No. 871 W; BAL TI MO RE-B TR EE
, (Opposite Eutaw LTou"c), Baltimore,
Offer for salo full assortment of BACON, PORE and
LARD: also the celebrated ORANGE BB AND HAM,
sured by tbgaeelYco, 9BOI* ApiiHU