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THE J) Al LY NEWS.
Hor Hf* ?6 all one neutral tint;
A cold ufd quiet gray;
No tbuudir-ctoud nor mubeam gum
Larkeu* or cheers ber way ;
No groat oven'? rtwir shadow. cast
Across her Present or her Past,
From >ear to year sue patient sips
Tao tasteless c-?p of life;
Ko annals e'er escape her lips
i>f o''guting care or strife;
And rareiv from them falls one word
That would be worthy to r-cord.
Sno is not ol 1-she is not yocng
Khe works from day to day.
Nor cares tor those she dwells among,
And hers-the neighbors say- .
A nature neither warm uor eo.d,
Too sott to carve-too hard to mold.
And yet her face has saddening power,
I eeek the causo in vain
As sometimes, at the twihgbt hour,
A ralstv, treeless plain.
With drearier feelings Alis tho hoart.
than scenvs of strife or storm impart.
Kingdoms might fall, and empires quvke.
Nations rejoice and groan.
And in her brea-t no iuterest wake,
?et surely I have knowo
A sound, a scent, a tri?ing tbln?.
Search out some memory'a hidden spring;
When, slowly ilsiOR to her eye,
1 see a faint light glow.
And then-I know not how or why
It must l o long ago
By ibat pale tile lui I read tho cost
Of a lifo's welfare stated and !OBL
K ACTS OF TSE LEGISLATURE.
AN ACT TO ORGANIZE AND GOVERN THE M1XITIA
OF THK STATE OF 60UIH CAROLINA.
A SECTION 1. Be il enacted by thc Senate and
House of Representatives of tho State of South
Carolina,*now met and sitting: in General As?
sembly, and bv the authority of the same.
That all able-bodio i male citizens between the
sgos of eighteen and forty-five years, residing
in this State, and not exempted by the law* of
-the United tates, shall be subject to military
> 1st. All persons in the army or navy or
volunteer torces ot the United States.
' "M. Regularly ordained or licensed ministers
.and preachciR of tho Guepel.
3d. 'Ihe Lieutcnant-tiovernor, membres and
officers of tho General Assembly, the Secretary
of State, Attornev-Goneral, Comptrjllcr-Geue
ral. State Auditor, Commissioner of Bureau of
Agricultural Stutintics, Superintendent ot Edu?
cation, Stato Engineer and Survevor, State
Treasurer, and e'erks and employees in their '
offices, judicial officers of thu Stato, including
Justices ot tho Peace, Sheriffs, Coroners, Con?
stables, civil officers of the United Stated,
Torry men employed at any ferry on a post road,
4th. And all persons entertaining conscien?
tious scruples against bearing;arms, practicing
physicians, professors, teaohera and students
in colleges, academies and common schools.
6th. Persons regularly aud honorably dis?
charged from the arm; and navy of the United
States in consequen-e of the performance of
military or naval duty, iu puraumee ot any
law of this State, and all persons who now are,
or may hereafter be, active members of re?
gularly incorporated fire companies in Ibis
6th. That commissioned officers who shall
have served as Buch in tho loyal militia of Ibis
State, or in any of the United States, for the
?paco ot seven years; but no such officer shall
be exempt unless Dy bis re-iguatioa alter such
term ot service, duly accepted, or in some other
lawful manner be shill have been honorably
7th. Idiots, lunaticv, paupers, and persons
convicted of infamous crimes, shall not bo sub?
ject to military duty.
SEO. 2. That under tho directions of tho Com?
mander-in-Chief, ali persons liabte to military
duty within this Stato, who ure not already
members ot the Nat.onal Guard, as horoiuafter
piovided, shah immediately upon tho passage
of this Act, and from time to timo thereafter,
as the Comm >nder-in-Chief shall deem neces?
sary, but as ofteu as once in every two years,
be enrolled. Such enrollment shall distinctly
specify the names and residences of the per?
sons enrolled, and shall also di vi de the tame in?
to two classes-tho persous between the a-jos
of eighteen and thirty years to constitute the
first class, and the parsons between the ages of
thirty and iortv-five years to consumi? the
;second class. Four copies of such enrollment
shall be made by the officer making thc same,
one of which, after beiDg corrected, shall be re?
tained by him; another ?nail be tiled io the office
of the Town or City Clerk in which 6uch com?
pany is enrolled; another shall bo filed in the
office of the cleric of tho Courts of Record iu ?he
County where such district is situated; and the
fourth shall bj filed in the Adjutaut-GoueruTe of?
fice. Tho persous making such enrollment shall
be compensated at tho rate of ono dollar and
fifty cents per day for every day necessarily
spent in making and copying the same, the
number of days not to excoed ten ; and tho
amount of such compensation shall bo - aid by
the Treasurer of the State, upon production of
the certificates of the cleric of the -Courts ot
Record in tho Cmnty and of the Adjutant
General that such rolls have been duly bled, oo
or before the first .day of February, io each
?ear, in which such enrollment shall be made :
rovided,that the Commauder-in-uhief may. if
he deem it necessary, extend the term cf com?
pleting the first enrollment nader this ac', not
to exceed twenty days, and authorize payment
for the same, as hereinbefore specified aud s.-t
KECTS. That all persons duly enrolled, who
shall negleot to attend the musters and drills
provided tor in this act, except in cases of
sickness, shall be subject to a due of ooe dol?
lar for each day so neglecting, which if not 1
mid to the oonnty treasurer ou or bo.'ore tho
fifteenth day of March next ensuing, shalt be
collected by the collector or receiver of taxes
of the city or county iu which the person so
neglecting is enrolled; and the Hoard of Coun
. ty Commissioners at their annual meetings
are authorized and directed to anoex a list of
the several delinquents, with the fines sot op?
posite their respective names, to the assess?
ment rolls of tho several towns and wards; and
the warrants for the collection of tho sane
Bball direct tho collector or receiver ot taxes to
collect the amount irom evory person appear?
ing, by the said assessmeut roll, liablo t > pay
the same, in thc sumo mannor as other taxes
are collected; tho same to oe paid to tao Coun?
ty Treasurer. And when the name of any per?
son between the ages of eighteen and twouty
one years shall appear on the said roll liable to
8ny the said fine, the sa<d warrant shall direct
io collector to collect the samo of the father,
guardian, or employer with whom such person
shall reside or be e.nployed, or ont of any pro?
perty such minor may own or possess in thc
city, village, town or ward in said county; and
snch collector shall proceed and execu'? such
warrant, and no property now exe ai pl from
other executions shall be exempt tom the pay
ment ot su oh Sue.
BBC. 4. ihe County Treasurer of each coun?
ty shall, on or before the twenty-fifiu day of
April m each year, pay to the Tra agu? er of tho
State, upon his oraers. the actual sum receivod
from delinquents who hive tailed to attend
such musters aud dulls; and it shall be the
duty ot the cfibers commanding the several
regiments, to furnish tho County Commission?
ers the names who have failod to attend sucu
musters and drills. The County Commies
stoner shall givo the names of the persous so
faihng to tho bounty Auditor; and unless they
are excused, shall ulaco au extra assessmeut of
one dollar per day on their genoral tax, if a
property holder; and in case said delmqucnt or
any of them are not property holders, then ho
or they shall be romp ?lied to work the public
roads, at a rate not exceeding one dollar pur
Szo. 5. Thc bond required to bo exoeutod by
the collectors, recciveis ct taxes and county
treasurers, shall aiso applv ami extoud to any
monies required to be collcctoa for military
purposes by this act.
SEC. 6. That a l tavern koepors, persons
keeping board rsju their families, ?copers of
boardiug boasts, and any master or uncross
of auy dwelling house, shall, upou the applica?
tion of any officer author.zed to m <ke such en?
rollment, give iL'fonuatiou of ibo ti imus of all
Earsons residing or lodging in snob house lia?
le lo be om oiled, and all other proper infor?
mation concerning sucu poisons as bucii offi?
cers may require.
SEC. 7. That it any person of whom informa?
tion is required by any such officer, in ordor to
enable h.m to ?.omply ?rilli the provisions or
this act, ebalJ refuse to givo such information
or shall give lal u information, he shad forfeit
and poy twenty dollars for oach item of in?
formation demi nded of him by auv su eli offi?
cer and false j stated, and a liko sam for each
individual name concealed or falsely stated;
and every pei sou who shall refuse to give his
own name and proper information, when ap?
plied to by any such officer, or shall givo a
false name or informa lion, shall forfeit and
pay a like -um. SUCH penalties to bo recovered
in any court of e. m-ietent jurisdiction in Ibo
namo ot tno Sta e of South Carolina; end i' is
here by mode thc duty of such officor to ropor:
the names of all persons who may inour any
penalty, t wier Ibis section, io an;: matris rate
or justice of thc peaeo in tho cou?ty for prose?
SEC. 8. That wherever an enrollment shall
be made as provided ra this act, tho Board of
County Commissioners shall cause to bo pub?
lished, onco a week, for four weeks previous to
thc tits' day of February, ic a newspaper with I
circulation in thc county, or by written or
printed placards, in not less than four publie j
places, a notice that such r. lis Lavo beor. Com?
pleted and filed ns aforesaid, which notice shall
al60 spc.ify that any person whu claims that
he is, for anv reason, exempt from military
duty shall, on or before the fifteenth day ot
February next CU suing, filo a written state?
ment or such exemption. ocrtiGod by affidavit,
in tho office of said Clerk of the Courts of Re?
cord, or before a ?usttcc of the peace or magis?
tral in said county; a-d tho publication of
such notice shall bu sufficient notice of ;uch
enrollments to all persons named therein; such
roll shall be made tn the form prescubed Dy
tho Comniander-in-Chief; and tho Adjutant
General shall furnish all the enrolling officers
suitable blanks and instructions for the com?
pletion of su:b enrollment.
SEC. 9. That all persons claiming exemption
shall file a written statcmout of tho samo, ven
ried by affidavit, in the offico of ibo Town
Clerk of thc township in which bo resides, ou
or before the fifteenth day ot January; iu de?
fault ot which, such person shall lose the bene?
fit pf such exonipnon, except 6ucn as are espe?
cially exempte t by this act or by act ol Con?
Ste. 10. That thc person makin : such en?
rollment shall, thereupon, if such pereon bo
exempt according to law, mark tho word ''ex?
empt" opposite tho name of oach pers m pre?
senting such exemption; if such exemption In:
permanent, tho name of such cemon shall not
bo included in .my subsequent enrollment. If
any person shall swe..r faisoly in such affidavit,
he shall, upou proof I hereof, be adjudged guil?
ty of perjury in any judicial court of compe?
SEC. ll. That tho persons thus enrollod shall
foini tho reservo militia ot tho State of South
Carolina ; tboso over eighteen and not over
thirty \ears of age, shall constitute tho reservo
of the first class ; ind those over thirty and
undrr forty-five years of age, ehall coustitute
the reserve of the second class.
SEC. 12. That if any officer charged with any
duty under the provisions of ibis act, ehall re?
fuse or neglect to perform any of tho duties
required of him by this act. lisbali forfeit and
pay tho sum of not less than fifty nor more
than one hundred dollars for each and every
offonco, to be recovered iu tho name of tho
poodle ol thc State of South Carolina; and such
officers siiull. as an additional penalty, bo
deemed guil y of a misdemeanor ; and it shall
bo the duty of the solicitor of the judicial cir?
cuit within wb cb said offender resides, upon
thc complaint ol' tho commanding ufficer of the
regiment, or on thc part of tho Hoard of Coun?
ty Commissioners, to prosecute tho same. ?"v
penalty incurred and paid, or collected un 1er
tbi') section, snail be paid into thc treasury of
the county, for tho usc o? the military fund of
tho countv, where tho fund may have accrued.
SEC. 13. That tho Adjutant-General, tinuvr
the direction of tho Commander-in-Chief, shall
organizo and apportion thc militia, aud the
districts therefor, into divisions, brigades,
regiments, squadrons, troops, batteries and
ootnoanics, anl causo tho same to bc number?
ed and lettered as nearly in conformity with
thc laws and regulations governing thc army
of tho United States as circumstances will per?
mit, aud may after divido, annex or consolida to
the same, and tho districts thereof, aa he may
SE;. 14. That th9 organizod militia of this
State shall bc known as the National Guard of
the State of Sou.li Carolina, aud shall consist
of such divisions, brigades, regime aud bat?
talions, and in addition thereto, such batteries
of light artillery and troops mid squ idrons of
cavalry, as tho Commander-in-Chief may deem
expedient ; ai.tl nothing heroin coot tined shall
be so construed as to luturfero with the p ?wer
of tho Commander-in-Chief, iu caso of war or
insurrection, or of imnuiiout danger thereof, o
order draf ts ot tho militia and to lorin now reg?
iments, battalions, brigades or divisions, us ho
may deem just aud proper: Procidid, That
there shall bc no military orguiiizitiuus. or
formations, for the purpose ol arming, drilling,
exercising tho ni mool of arm* or military ma?
nouvres, not authorize I under this act, and
by tho Couiuiauder-in-Chicf, and any neglect or
violations pl tue pr>v>sio.is of tins section
shall, upon conviction, be i tim shed with im
piisonmeut at hard labor in tho State Peniten?
tiary, fora term not uss than ono year, nor mora
than three years, at thu discretion ot' a compe?
tent cour .
SEC. 15. That an Assistant Adjutant-Goneial
may be appoiutod. if de'.med nooossary by tho
Governor, by and with thu advice and consent
of thc Senate; hts sal?t y shall be at the rate of
fifteen hun ired dollars, i'lie duties of Quar
termastcr-Uotioral shall devolve upon tho Ad
jutaut-G moral m times of peace.
SEC. IC That in casu of invasion, insurrec?
tion or obellion, or imminent danger thereof,
tho G .vernor shall appoint, by and with the
advice and c >n ont of tho Scnato, a Quarter?
master-General, Commissary -General, and a
SEC. 17. That tho arms, equipments and mu?
nitions of tho State shall bo stored under thc
directions of tho Commander-in-Chief, and in
such places aa hu :-UY lesignato.
SEC. 18. That ail o;'leora of thc militia (ex?
cept as heroin provided, i shall bo appointed
and commissioned by tho' Governor. They
shall draw pay only when engaged in actual
SEC. 19. That all commissioned officers of
tho militia shall be appointed and commission?
ed by the Crm nandor-iD-t hiof, and may bo
icmoved from office on recommend'ti ? by
the commanding officer or their respective
brigades aud divisions. Removals may also
bo made by decisions ot court-martial br re?
tiring or 'examining boards pursuant to law,
and tor misconduct, any officer may bo sus?
pended by tho Commander-in-Chief.
SEO. 20. Ibatthe militia of this State shall
be mustered and drilled at such tunes as tho
Commander-in-Chief or commanding officci s
of divisioug, brigades aud regiments may di?
In thc Sonata House, tho fifteenth day of
March, in the year of our Lord ouo thous- !
a id eight hundred a.id sixtr-nin .
CHAULES W. iVlOTK-OMEBY,
President of tho Souita pro tem.
FRANKLIN J. V.O?.lj, Jr.,
Speaker House of R?r^-tentatives.
Approved tho lCh d >y ot ala roll. 1869.
RJBERT K. Seor,:, 'lovernor.
8TOCK.1ON, ME-Por echr AlagcUau-75.000 feet
PROVIDENCE, ll I-Per sehr K W Mcgee-186.0C0
NEW YoltE-Per stoamsbip Charleston-160 biles
Cotton. 25 tierces Moo 25 casks Clay, 14 bales
Yarn, 24l) bbls V. "etablcs. 14 packages sundries.
....Perscbr Hattie Cojmbc-57,000 feet Pitch
Pine Lumbor. 19.U0) feel timbar
BALI I MO Ut- Per sehr li 0 Irwiu-250 tons Phos?
y iiai icston Cotton and i: icc Market.
JPFICK OP 1'HK OH A KLhlSloN DAILY NfcWtj, 1
i.H&nxESTuM. Tuesday ?vening. April 13.. (
OOrTON.-Thero was a f-ir and fteody inquiry
for the staple, and tac transactions v io it firm
ra e - ; sale5 about 0)0 bile), viz : 6 at QC>4'. 83 st26>?,
10 at 27. 43 at 27.y, 75 at 27 V. 19* at 27>?\ 43 at 28c.
We quote :
Ordinary to uood onliuary.2G#@27
Low mi-tdllng.27 .-4 ga
Strict middling.28 tgi
By New York classiOcatien we quote:
RICK-The transactions iu ibis gis.n were re?
stricted nuder the firm rates of factore: sales 41
t'ci ce ; of dein Carolina, pay 17 tierces at 7\'c, 24 at
8%u 9 lb Wc qu do common to fair cloan Carolina
at 7K6o8??. good 83??t<?8>?c V lb.
market? ur I'oletrrapn.
FOttEIGN M AUK ETTS.
L0KD0S, Apr.l 13-Noon.-:<-curities unchanged.
Sugar quiet and ? o?dr.
LivtEPOOL, April 13-Noon-Colton Orroer, but
not higher; uplands 12)?d; Orleans I2}'a?; sale-10,
Afternoon.- Breodstufls declining. Bed Western
wheat 8<8d Corn 29s. PJaur 82s. Yarns and fa
Evening.-O'tton cloie! active; uplands 12J?a
12>?d; afloat 12>?; Orleans 12J?al2)*d; solos 12,Ooo
balea. Corn 28s OJ.
HAVRE, April 13 - Cotton opened steady-on tho
spot If 47c.
D0MEMNO M AK KETTS.
NEW YOBK, April 13-Noon. Money acdve at T
and commis ions. Ktcrling 7>?. (lola SSJf. Cot?
ton firm at t?X-?28X- Turpentine quiot at 49a49.y.
1 vening-Coltan firm; soles 5000 bales a 28>ia
28J?- Flour dall; aupar Stats SS 50aS; comnaou to
fair extra Sou heru $0 30a7. Wheat dull. Corn
more activo at X doaline; mixed Western, new, 87a
B3. Pork fin? at fc30 75i30 87. Lard Arm at 18# 1
19. WhiaVoy declined. 0i. Bice quiet Sugai ete.dy.
Turpentine dull at 4'.'?a50. Rosin quiet; strained
$2 47?; pood *9 f?>; N?. 2 $2 75a2 SO FieiijbiB un?
changed. Money after great activity closed easier at
7 per cunt, in currency to gold. Discounte 10.iT?.
S orting ?rmer at 7?a7?c. Gold weak at 32*?.
Sto ks closed stiO?g. Gove nmcnts close! dull but
steady. G2's 20. r?u'bcru quiet.
EAXTIMOBE, April 13.-Cotton steady at 26a28?o.
Flour active and firm. Wheat Inactive ; receipts
smill. Com, receipts ?mall-white 85a80c Oats
Urn cr. Prawr-ions firmer-un.-hauged. Lard quiet
CINCINNATI, April 13.-Whiskey firm at 90c. Me-s
pork 31-uo demand. Bacon shoulders held at 13,
clear sid s lGi?, rugar-cured hams 18al9s. Laid
hel i firmly at 18-offered 17?c.
ST. LOUIS. April 13 -Whiskey unebanstd. Fork
inactive at $:)0?a?yi. bacon mor? active; Shoulders
13al4; clear sides 16?al6J?; fugar-cured hams 20.
LOUISVILLE, April 13 -Pork S32. Shoulders 13?;
clear si les 17?. Lard 18%. Whiskey 91a02
WILMISOTON, April 13. -Spirits turpentino steady
at41i45. Rosin quiet at $5a8. Crudo turpentine
steady at $1 C0a2 TA Tar steady at ?2 ?0. Cotton
dull, nothing ooing.
Ar GC STA, April 13-Cotton firm; sales 520 bales;
receipts 220. Middlings 27 ccnte.
SAVANNAH, April 13.-Cotton firm and in fair de?
mand; sale 903 bales. Middlings 27% rent?. Re?
ceipt! 530 bales. Exports to liverpool 40o7 bales
MOBILE, April 13.-Colton dcm md fair; mark-, t
Arm; Kales 1700 bales, 200 after thc clo e yesterday;
low middlings 26?a27. Receipts SOC; exports 124.
NEW OKLFANS, April 13-"otton stifler towards
the c ose; middlings 28?a28?; sales 4800 bales; ro?
ot lpts 311 C; exports C59. The receipts were swelled
this week by arrivals from Memphis. Gold 32?.
Sterling42?; commercial 41?s41?; Now York sight
exchange ? premium. Sugar dull; common Sall;
primo 13?. Molasses ecarco, no prime offering;
Interior Cotton .Harket?.
SELMA. April 10 -Sales 200 halos; middling 25?
remar rt light, market closing quiet, but firm at
MACON, April 10.-foTTOM_Tho market (o-*ay
was firm, wi h a good demand. We quote middlings
at 2Gc. Receipts to-day 83 bales; shipments 9J bales;
sales 82 baies.
SELMA. April 9.
COTT IN STATEMENT.
Stock on hand sopteiubor 1.18dS.110
Rec-ived ibis week. 333
Shipped (his week. G05
Shipped previously.2G,04fl- 2C C60
Stork on hand April 9,1809. S.:i7d
Lo ii si? necs per south < molina itu n winn
294 bales Cotton, 37 bales Domestics, 12C bbls Na?
val stor-.-H, 2 cars Wood. To K broad ?uent. John?
ston. Clews A co. Marshall A Burgo, Reeder k i a
vis. Feller, Rodgers ls Ca, Dowling * <'o, t J Sali?
nas. Frost A M'ger. Einsm in & Howell, G W Wil?
liams k Co. J it smith, G H Walter A Co, Brodiu A
t o. 'thurston A Holmes. J K Pringle, W C Courtney
i- Co, Kirkpjtrick A Witle, A U Mulli an, W K Ryan,
:ud G W Steffens.
Consignees per Northeastern Ktillroad
74 bales Cotton. 114 bags Rough Rice, 74 bbls Na?
val Stores, cars Lumot-r. tobacco. Mdse. Ac. To S
l> Stone-, W K Ryau. J A smyth, Frost A dger. W
Shepherd, Facie F re engine ? o, J But cr, G r'ollln,
F W t manuel. Goldsmith A: Son. I'aMwell A Sons.
Lieut Coi sullivan, G E Pi grce. H li Granger, G W
Villiam- k Co, aid M Mauhcim.
Per stoamBhip Charleston, for New York-J Fish,
Mrs Williams, Mi?s I-uh, Mrs A 1 Anderson, two
cbildrou and servant, J tylor and la.Iv. A Wilson,
Mrs Lot "Murk, capt Cur l< and t' reo child cn. Mi.-s
Weed. Thurlow-Weed A -teboiog and daughter. M
Muhcr. J Fitzgerald, Miss L Gonty, C C Little. Udy
and servant, Miss Goodwin, Miss tl VVheaton, Mrs U
c Johnson, Miss Johnson. H Hammond and lan.-. J
H V- oriiC'ts. s G Armstrong, tl 1/ Ann-trong, J K
Devhn, J R Thorne, I' Ly uah, L Spry, V Divis, aud
0 on deck.
Fer steamship Manhuttau, from New York-if rs
Wfi-ber. Isabella Ihoiup-or. R Curter and wif-, Dr
N T. Nonh and wile. Cunt Jam s M Cats -o. Miss al
Hurke, Miss Coo 1, John ? arroll. 1- M zyck, -I h
i*avuu, T B Uljckuell, G Lavis, A c. Mcuonal I. W E
t'abor C. S Wlioulrigbt, W S sktJmorc und wiiu. I
SLidinore, Jr, J i Waring. Wita und son. Dr Foote
and wi o. Rev \V Tatlock, J F Mayne J Dureen, R K
Caro-'ron. Jose ? Zepeta li Iticbmjud, G Cook, Hov
Alva Hfegorv, aud two in st ennje.
Per steamer Mot Boy. from savannah via l!c.iu
fort aud Bilton Head-J Lattimer. M'S Dent. Mrs
Krcmi-rki-n. W Storev. J L liiggua. D Tri mole and
wife, L Keuister, T J Lamotte und wile, A lt i ruc",
J H Bondiiie and wife. P ' cvi. M Wow. J lt Poll
wife and two daughters J .W Lawton. W li Johuson.
two ladies und maid, W C Waring auu twe la ?les. ll
Slruben, J li Buuglcs, D Fullerton, wi e au-t d 'U.'li?
ter J H Wenn-Ii, U Jenkins. C B Dinbic and wile, K
H Tucker, C J Taylor, A U Cole. 1 P Brooker, aud
10 on deck.
P<r steamer Emilie, from Gcorcetiwn, S C
WAA Deas. H V Peake. P West. S li Lucas. Caotain
G it Congdoii, R Parker. Miss Dchon, Miss Middle?
ton, J D.vine und wife, and other*.
Pori of Charleston, A.pril 14.
F H AK ES O? THE HOON.
Last Quarter, 3d, 3 hours, 28 minnies, evening.
New Moon, Ilth, 8 hours, 27 mitrales, evouieg.
First Quarter. 19:h 9 hours. 4'5 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 27th, I hour. 1 minute, morning.
j RISES. J SETS.
12 Moiiaai.... C .35 fl..27 Sets. , 8.. 9
19 Tuesday....j 5..31 i 6..27 8.. 3 | 8..42
14 Wednesday ii..31 ? fl..28 8..59 | 9..24
U;Th?rsday...* 5. 31 e..29 9..57 . io.. 6
16,Fridav.; 5..30 0.29 10..51 I. IU. .51
17 Saturday. ..I ?..29 0..!W ? ll..59 ! ll..45
18 Sundae.I 5..28 i G..31 Mon. Morn.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New Yoik-lett
Saturday. Jr M. Mil.-o, To J:?nies Adger k Co, J D
Aiken A Co, A H Abrahams A .?ons G W Aunar, H A
Amme, ,T Archer, ll Armstrong. F C Borner, G ll
B:own, ll Bischoff A Co, i M Britton, ll D Kurkett.
J C Burckmyer, J c Carpenter. C D Carr A Co. I M
cater, i onrtcnay, T Cordes. G Connor. 1 D Clancy,
WS Corwin A Co. Cumoron. i.ark>y kio. W Ii
Chufee k Co, M Drake, F JJ Due Ii Calv, Dougla.-s
A Mtier. J B Duval A ?-on, Dowie & Moise, J > Fair?
ly i Co, A W I-eke! k Co, 1) F Fondue, k ' o. J Fer?
guson, ll Feld in mn k Co, furchgn t A Br<s. W Gur?
ney, A G Goo?wiu & Co, L H QaraaiT, U Gold-ii-in,
H Gerdts k Co, Good: .ch. Wireman k Co, t: Qoel
UDg. F?< Holmes. J K .-euih. N A r.uut. J II Uilleo.
A ilummerschmiot. W Burrsl k Co. Hart A Co, c U
Johnson, J Hurkamp k Co, A lld >g. Jo!iu-lou,
Crews k Co, Jennings, ibomliuson & Co, Kiusmin
k Bro. Knox, Daly A Co, F Ere-sel. Jr. (J Liisehgi.
Eliuck, Wickenbortt k Co. Eriele k Ch ipmau, J G
Luhn C L Eotuabreus, Laur. v k Alexander, 1 eng
nick k sell, L Lorenz . J U Muller. L Manu, it Mar?
ita, Magra h k Lowndes, J G Miluor & Ce. Mull r.
Nimitz & co. S lt Marshal, W (Ua'tblcs cn. Mit.oy
k Kice. Nachmann k Co, J C Ojeinau. Oslendorff &
Co D O'Neil k Sons, B O'Neill, J S A Pie sou, U
Bossier. Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative -ociatiou,
Rieeke k bVhachte J llugheimer, J Bau./, ll Meu?
chen. Miss sweetland, stenhouse k Co, J K .?pear, W
Shephard. E B Stoddard k Co. J E sen eke. Kev I'
t-my.h, E scott, southern Lxpro-s Co. G W Steffens
J H Vellera. A 8 Wuhngtou k Co, Walker. Evans k
Cogswell, Werjer k i uckor, W L Webl>, lt Winy. G
W Williams k Co, L Weiskopf, Wulhuru k stelliug, ,'
W G Wkiheu A Co, W J Yates, S C Railroad Agent,
N E Railroad Agent, and others.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Pock, Savannah via Pcau
fnrt, Linon Head. Ac. Sundries, 'lo J FcrrfU?on,
W Rolins. Mrs Wh?pp?r, W M Bird k Co, F Lopez,
anil Southern Express Co.
.- furner 1-milie, Davis, Georgetown, 8 0. Chales
Cotton, 12 tteices Bice, and sundries. To Snackel
?ord i Kelly, E Chaniherhn M Haig, J II Dawson,
G W Williams A Co, Mrs A M Farr, U Elalie k Co.
ti A Trenholtn k iou, J lt Pringle, acruven A Nis?
bet, and otheis.
Steamship Charleston, Perry, N'jw York-James Ad
ger A Co.
Sehr Hattie ? oombs, Jameson, Now York-J A lins*
lo A' lt Co.
bohr E G Ii win, Atkins, Baltimore-Risley k Creigh?
Sehr Magellan, Griflln, Stockton, Me-Risley k
Sehr N W Megee, Ketchum, Providence, R I-H F
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York.
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wya-t. Boston.
Sehr E H Naylor. Aibertsen, B sion
seht Elia Matthews*. M.-tiweo, Philadelphia.
.-cbc li G Irwin. .Mkics. Ballin)' rc.
behr Minnie, smith. Jacksonville Fla.
Steamer Dictator, MeNeuy, Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
Krt)m this fort.
Brig W H Parks. Parke, Georgetown, R C. April 8.
Scar Emma Anthony, Georgetown, S C, April S.
Sehr J U Allen, Allen, Georgetown, H 0, April ll.
Sailed for this Port.
Steamship Mutylaud, Johnston, from B:iltimoro.
Shipnews by Telegraph.
SAVANNAH, April 13-Arrived, ncumships Mon!
Romery and San Salvador front New Yoik. and Ton
uwanda fi oin Philadelphia.
Cleared, ship L dy Russell for Liveipool; bark
Kentville lor Liverpool; Behr Grace Gudier for Prov
Weather co:>l. Wini NW.
ni elnora HG*.
PORT OP GEORGETOWN, 8. C., TO APRIL, ll.
Aprli 6-Brig Tangier. Buss, Savannah, Ga.
April 7- Bng (hires Wesley Nichols. Thomas
iou, Me; sehr Dolphin,-. Horttord, N C.
April 8 Brig W li Pa'ks. Purker, Bal ti morn via
Charleston, KO; sehr Emma An hmv. Charleston.
April ll-ieiirs J 1* Allen, Allen, Charleston; Luck,
Foison, Elizabeth city. N <i.
April C-"'rhr Georgie, >wao. Bath, Mo; Fcbrs
Lizzie Carr. Gi christ, Hoston; Whitehouse, Farn?
ham. Now York; J Thomar-, Charleston, S C.
Apiti ll-M-iar? campbell, Terry, Martinique;
I.eiia, Foss, Belfayt.
JLIST OP VESSELS
Pa*. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS COR'. .
Ship R 0 Winthrop, Stewart, clear'd.March 8
Tho Uoyal Cborli/, Anderson, sailed.M ireh 8
1 he tinton,-, up.March 16
Bark lie ?en Sands, Otis, Failed.Mai ch 18
WAYAO?EZ. P B.
Sehr Ellon, Corr, np to sail.March 25
British sehr Lion, McLo.Lu.up.March 5
Brig Wm Robot teon. Recd, up.March 1
Sehr Sarah A Hammond, Wiley, cloareJ....Marr,h 30
Sehr P M Bouncy, Minali, cleared.M ireh 22
Sehr James A ero .ker, Currier, up....March 3 J
Sehr Martha Marla, Dean, cleared.March 27
Sehr J M Morales, Newman, op.April C
Sehr Argus Eye, Tl'ompso , up.April 2
>ctirlda Iticaard-on, bclell. cleoro 1.April 5
Sehr Col Cooic, ueirso cloured.Horeb 18
Sehr Jes.-ie S it.arlr,-. up.Man b 17
Sehr Mary Stow, nankin, up.March 31
Sehr Watauga. Lawrence, cleared.... ...April 6
HA LT IMO UK.
steamship Maiyland, Johnson, sailed.April 10
Drugs, (Liicini?ls, Uric.
BULJU-WOMEN-AND CIIILDKKN I
"Cooling to Scalds and Burns,"
".-oothiug to all painful wounds." &c.
"Bealiug to ah bores, ulceis," ic.
'COSTA&'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is the most extraordinary SALVE over known. Its
power of .?ootliin'i and Healing for all Cuts, Barns,
B uis 'H. hores Utters, Chapped Hands and ."kin, for
>ore Nipp es. for Piles, fcc, ic -is without a paral?
lel. Ono i orson sa? s of it: "I would not ba with?
out a box m my house, if it cost $6, or 1 had to
travel all th > way to Now Vork lor it."
I.V. Y. Evening Newt. September 6.
fte- All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell lt.
" COSTAR'S "
STAND ARD PRE PARAT? ONS
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms.
esr One Bottle, $l-Three tor $2.
>.( omar's" Kat, lt ouch, die.. External's.
..CO'IIU'V Lied Un; Kitcrmtnatora,
"L'ostniV (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Romciioj ?:uown."
. 111 Beware 111 of spurious ii- 'Ulises."
"All Dru-gists in CUAltLiiSl?S ?cil thora "
.. COSTA?.." No. 13 Boward^t., N. Y.
Sold iu CHARLESTON, H. C , by
GOODKlCH, WINKMAN & CO.
March 23 DAC lyr
It OSADA LIS
Puriiics the iilood.
For Sale by Drucglsts Kvcrywheu.
JuivtM nae lj?
O V T Z ' ?
Horse arni Ca!tie Powders.
^^-^SOKU l"u'8 preparation,
1^rVf>r-.?<^^mawG; long and lavora?ly
?^j^^^ytfX^r?^^ know". w';i thor
Pi&TiiiHj^V^^I oeph I y n invigorate
lifi?^!L??!y?i?l.1v (I ''rol;en down and
???T^W ^* **KJ r low-spiritPQ horses,
liar rn j by s ti ene th cuing
W O Wa &Dd c,caD8ing the
fl \ ft stomach and intcs*
?^^^^^t^^^S?S^f lt is asutoprcven
>t->v*l^^?*S^S??!=' tive of all diseases
_ ,"?-?'-' Ss--- incident to this am.
mal, such as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS, YEL
into a Uno looking and spirited Horse.
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
y. IS INVALUABLE
S It in croases thc
- ~j i iiii quantity and Im
T proves tho quality
^^;:>>*5f??^^^^fej3 twenty percent.
zs? -i?Z???? ^??^?^^, i. and mute the But
t-? t ????SSwS?S^ ter firm and sweet.
In fattening cattle, ii gives them an appe?to, open?
their hides and makes them Un ive much fastor.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCHAS COUGH?,
I'LC El! S IN
TU E LUNG S.
LIVER, tc., this
nrlicli act?aa a spe?
cific. By pulling
from one-half ta
a paper in a barrel
of swill the ab vo
d's-ra-es will bc
eradicated or en?
tirely prevented. If given in lime, a certain pro
five and cure for tho Hoir Cholera.
DA VI ll 10. FOl'TZ,
WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. HG Frauklin-strci t. Baltimore, Md.
FOR SALE BT
DOW IK Hi .HOI SK,
WHOLESALE D It U ? HOUSE,
No. J 51 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Mart h 31 ?
J_?Oti.nKS di MACBETH,
No. 30 Broad-street,
Charleston. &. C.,
BROILERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL E9TATE
CEAERAI, COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will atttend to Rentlnr and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and sa'e of swen's, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Heal l>ta<e.
To tho Purchaea of Good* and Supplies for parties
tn lb? country upon reasonable terms.
Qann?e u HOLKKS.ALEXANDER MACSETU.
WHAT BUICK POM KKOY lill) WHITS
AND WHAT HE LUD NOT WRITE.
Fight o'clock, and he is not hero yeti How
dreary this little room does seem, and I am so lone?
some I 1 en o'clock How I wish hp would como.
It ls so lonely here with tho children asleop I Once
he loved to stay with mr, but now, alas I Twelve
o'clook, and I am so tired, I cannot sleep I My
heart aches and grows sad. I am growing old, per?
haps. May be my face is not as fair as onoc, but my
heart ls as wann, though it is citan sad.
ARE YOU DYSPEPTIC,
NorrouE, jaundiced, low spirited, weak, or are you
sick and don't know what ails you; tbon try Planta?
tion Bitters and our word for lt, it will cure you.
VI bat charnu can ho find in that loul-sccnte 1
room, by thal dusty table, cutting and dealing those
dusty cards. Oiling himself with poison, tainting Iiis
breath, ruining hin mind, uodermiai'ig h?3 conslitu
hon, plauting feds of <li-?a-e. Equ; n dering his
mcney, clouded wnb smoke, tired with excitement.
Is this happiness ? lb luis life ? Is this our mission?
Oh I I am so tired, do cJ r e home.
This delicious cordial and fino tonic is now hailed
by thousands as the groat health giver and re?
storer. Resolve to bny a bottle, and don't sleep on
iL Bo wise in time. Sold by all druggists.
"DO T0U 00 DOWN TOWN T0-N?OHT, MT PET ?"
..No darling. I have labored enough to-day. Why
Fbould I flee from home, from happiness, from thee?
Lifo is tull short to love- too short to squander. I
love the pbot 'graph of my I eart too woll. No "dar?
ling, my luart is bare; here Itt me keepit company."
Are always, pure, reliable. Tho/ aro strengthening
and Invigorating, and aro Exhausted Na ure's great
restorer. As an sgrocablo and pleasant tonic and
appetizer, they cannot bo excelled.
TH ET WHO ARE RICH,
Are they who mind their own nosiness. Find a hap?
py man or woman, and tb: affairs of another trouble
them but a little, lt is nono of your business If tho
minister kisses ona of thc sisters, or one of tho Bie?
ters thus s ilutes tho minister. It cannot effect you
when a man you know calls on a girl you don't know,
or one you do. What If tber . la kissing behind tho
door, in tunnel?, and when tho night is dark at the
vostibulo of thc church, or even ever thc gate. Would
you not do thc same thing if the chance was offered ?
A WIKS GLASS FOLL
Of Plantation Bitters, taken three times a day, before
each mo il, will make tho flame of Ufo again burn
brightly, and illuminate a once wretched existence.
For ladles it ls aa elegant and gentle stimulant, Just
such os they require.
"I WENT TO TOE LAND OF STEADY HABITS."
I wanted to hand sovoral "brieko" down to pos?
terity, and was told by father th it with a New Eng
'and girl tor a wi'e, I could rats : moro children, grow
moro ODIOUS, s?:n moro cols, Bing moro psalms,
Lu w mo e ot what was going on in the neighbor?
hood, hear moro scandal, sleep less nights, have
more relatives, cat more beaus, lovo myself and l?ale
oih^rx more, and get more out of a dollar, than any
other sort of woman in this happy com; try so-called.
PLANTATION BT n ERS.
Te made (rom puro et. Croix Rum and Colisara
Bark (known the world over for its dilative proper?
ties), and will fortify the 6> st m against disease,
caused by change ol water and diet. If you aro in?
clined to dyspepsia, try it. If you have the chills
and fever, or any kindred disease, by all means take
Planta.iou Bitters. 'J hey are told by all druggists
AND HE HAD A FEMALE CHILD,
Whose name was He\a Brightwater. and who was
twenty-nine years old ; who wore red stockings, red
garters, metal lipped eho.p, preen spectacles, and
the prettiest rod bair thc world ever so eyes on or
into. Hexa, a true New England gal, chewed wads of
pine gum. and sweetened her biolu with onions.
Hexa wasn't so much bundsoni-r than a doll as to
make tho doll faint hut she wa- intelligent; in fact, in?
telligence was her best hold bul one; she wis great
oo making baby garments, and bad her trunks full,
packe.i away, that sbe might be ready as willing
when thc evil hour drew nigh, as she trusted it would
from year to year.
D7 THE LADIES BU r KNEW
What thousands of them are constantly rolat,
to us, we candi ,11; believe one half of tho weakness,
prostration and distress exnerii need bj them would
JAMES MABJsH, ESQ.,
No. 169 Wost First-.-trcet, New York, says he
has three children. The first two nra weak and
puny, his wifo having been unable to nurse or
attend them; but she hus taken ? Plantation Bit?
ters for tho last ten years, and Iris a child now IS
mouths old. which she has nursed and re ired ber
selt, and bath arc henty and well. Plantation Bit?
ters is invaluable to mothers.
VALTER, MY BOY,
Here comes a mau w:-o was ot.cc itch. Ho Lad
friends, and money, and u loving family, and posi?
tion, and influcne, and iclf-ic-pict. acd integrity,
and a future ol' UI-C.UIUUMI balure him. Gut, my
boy, he don't look like it tow. He was elected to an
important olllco. He forgot the lessons his good
mother taught bim, and was asked by designing
poli tl ians to sell bis vote toupartv of swindlers; he
could not for thc life of him give articulation to that
little word, and BO he fell.
HOW OFTEN DO WE HEAR THE COMPLAINT,
From mother aurl in her, that the sou or daughter is
not well; that they have no appetite; that they leel
languid; that tho head aches all tho time; that they
ero growing thha and iconic, ant thal thc* have no
lifo nor energy lelL Aud the questions a?e often
asked, What shall I do for tin m ? What ^ hall 1 give
them? Our answer is, let tin m try Plantation Bit?
ters moderately, three times a day, and our word
for lt they will recover.
AND HERB VALTER, IS A YOUNO MAN,
Just Uko you and us, my boy. ne has wit, sense
education, intelligence, friends, ambition, aud is
loved. He has a knowledge of tho world, acquired
by mixing with ltspcoplo Be has ambition and
the same fie'd lu which to wm honor, fimo and dis
Unction, as had Franklin, Fulton, Morse, and a host
of othors. Hols naturally sa art, but, Val ter, ny
bj, as ho moots us do youse" thoexotss of mois?
ture iu his eye. tho little puffy i higo under it the
gradual tnrniug of the beautiful corners of the
mouth, his mother so loved to kiss. Those, my boy,
tell a sad talo of early shipwreck, of disoaso, of pre?
mature death, of neglected and squandered gifts.
December 7 ly
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. Ail Policies non-Forfeitable.
Half Loan Taken. No Notes Required,
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in foroc.$25,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. .. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM, Presiden?.
H. V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. McADAM, Actuary.
Ci, A. F?DICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Pu, New ?ork.
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm Harp3l & Bros.,
ex-Ma vor New York,
.loUN J. CRAKE, President Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKER. Wall-street.
WM. IL VEUIIILYE, Banker (Vermily* & Co.)
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Caajiei i\ewaik Banking
Hon. GF.OT.GE- OPDYKE ox-Mayor of S <York.
MINOT C. MORGAN. Banker.
XuoiiAd UIGSEY, f irm rtiomas Rigney & Go.
BENJ. B. SHERMAN. Treasurer New Vork Mcoam
Sugar Bc Qm o cr Co r.pany.
AARON ARNOLD. Firm of Amok!, Consta ble & Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmor? & Bowae, Law?
GEORGE KEItf, General
E. V. HAUQHWOOT, Firm E. V. Haugbwout A
WK.1 WILSENS. Firm W. Wilkons & Co.
JULIUS Lt. P.IATT, Morchaut.
WM. W. WBIOHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant.
WILLUM . ALLEN. Me relia i t.
GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOP-;. President Continental Fire In?
JOHN H. SHERWOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H. ? "CKHAM Corner 5th Avenue and
EDWARD H. Waianr. Newark, N. J.
CEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COOSWIXL, Merchant.
Ascent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. ut;uvsTJK.it V A . Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
OfHee No. 2 ?',,? Klnir-ttrcet, Charleston. S. C.
MODES' SUPERPHOSPHATE !
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE.
URCHILLA GUANO ! PERUVIAN GUANO!
KBODES' MANURE IN ITS PREPARATION, IS MtDE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOB FAOINQ
Jaree crops of Cotton. Corn, Wheat, rooac o Potatoes and other Root Crops,
lhe Manufacturing Deportment is couducted by Frederick Elett, ou* ol' the most snllful Chemists ?nd
Manufacturer* in HM Unita-d Slates.
It is end.med, approved ind roromaiended by all of tho mott promin-nt Chemists and AtrricalrarisU ba
the Southern states. -Tt can bo relied upon a-i uniform m quality." always re.iiblo, productim of largs .
crops, and unexcelled by any m tu J market, in the bigb porcrntaga of .. Iruo Fortilizm? Priuciples."
Price $37 50 cash, or S6J time, wiui Factor's acceptance, and 7 p:r cent interest until 1st Decemb r.
UHCHIliLA GUANO-"AA." a fine Bird Guino, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline Salts. Price it
?ash ?40 time.
PLttl'V'l v\ GUANO-Warranted pure, and always on hand. Furnished at market prices for ct . h..
Analysis of Rhodes' Standard Superphosphate of Lime.
Moisture Expelled at 212?.5.05
Soluble Phosphoric Acid.9.06
Equal to Phosphate Lime .19.78
Common Phosphoric Acid.16.OS
Equal to Bono Phosphate.34.99
Limo with Phosphoric Acid.29.68
Sulphate of Limo and other Salts not estimated. .'..4^.18
Tho abovo analysis indicates a Miourial Superpbospkato of Limo of tho high \jl erado ordi?
narily found in t to Ainsnottn market. Its larcro amount of SJIUJIO P.i'j?p lorie Acid supplies
an activo nutriment for th) development aul maturity of th i fraitatri. I'lu Siilpbano Aoid
which it contains, by chemical affinity with the clormnts of moat soiU contributes to its Fer?
tilizing Properties. To sbuw its bitl o?jots, this Suporp!i03pb tte siioall ba applied under
and in contact with tho Seed, and with a moderately shallow cavorim: ot ?oil.
Inspector, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia.
G. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Chemist.
Fobruarv 13th, 1869.
We guaranlco tbat evory package of RHODES' STANDARD SUPERPHOSPHATE "ebaji.
fully como up to the above analysis.
B. M. RHODES & CO.,
No. 8? SOUTH-STltUF/l', UALTIMOKE.
B. S. RHETT & SON,
AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. C.
M. Li. FINLEY'S
relebrated Cookiiis Stoves,
"rHlLAaNTHBOWSX" AND "CIVILIAN/
Manufactured at Troy, N. Y,. ced tor sale by
D. L. .F U LL ERTO N,
rE3E ST'iVEH STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, dur-bilitv, conveniencei and the gen?
eral puiposo' lo widen 1 onkinu Stoves arr- used. The
PHILANTHROPIC I is eura heav> plated, and hus
Ash Drawer; eau lu? mad? into a six boiler hole
?tove; has cast irO'i Wi:cr Taub: galvanized,or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. The
CIVILIAN is ot a neat design, and lus a Sue large
Oven. This stove ca i be h td with tho extension
oack. six holes, and ro-'Tvoir whou desired
For further iclTination apply to
D. L. FFLLEHTON.
January 30 Amos Aucuutu, Ga
LONDON ASO PARIS EXPOSITIONS.
O. 1ST. T.
SIX Ct'HU, SUIT FINISH
This favorite Thread boing Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, is reoommoudod for its
groat superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Pry Woods and Notion Dealers.
February 2T 3mo
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,,
finish and price.
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled I
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please Bend for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
?... (2G5 Broadway, New York.
Principal \m Chl,6tnu/st., Phila.
Warehouses j108Bank St., Cleveland^
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
United States. .
FOB SALI. JU
WM. M. milo & co.,
No. 203 KA ST BAY,
CH AK Ll MU.V.
December 29 lyr
QIIAItLKSTO.\ fi li i: It V LT IJ RAJ
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGWJCLI?RAL I31PLEXEXTS, G .1 RD SN
?.KO. E. P1NGRKE.
No. 140 lleo?ns-street, Cnarlestoc.
March 21 ?mo