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THE DAILY NEWS.
Largest Circulation.-TUE DATEI'SEWS
BEI y G THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY RE?
COGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN?
ING IN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
EACH WEEK. ACCORDING TO THE PROVIS?
IONS OF THE NEW POSTOFFICE LA W.
THE NETTS J OB PRINTING OFFICE.
OFFICE OF THE NEWS, J
CHARLESTON, S. C., April 24,1869. j
The undersigned, proprietors ol THE
CHARLESTON NEWS, have this day bought out
tbe presaos, type and fixtures of the job pant?
ing office formerly owned by Messrs. Parry &
Little, and will in future conduct tbe same as
THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, in THE NEWS building,
No. 149 East Bay, third floor.
Arrangements will at once be made for the
purchase of additional presses and material of
the latest and most improved styles, and the
undersigned are now prepared to execute all
job printing that may be entrusted to them as
expeditiously, neatly and cheaply as il can bo
doue anywhere in the South.
BIORDAN, DAWSON & Co.
MEETINGS THIS DA Y.
Marion Lodge, at 8 P. M.
St. Andrew's Society, at 8 P. M.
Vigilant Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Phoenix Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
JEFFORDS & Co. will sell at IO o'clock, at
southeast corner of Queen and State streets,
?contents of a groceiy store.
MIXES DRAKE will sell, at 10 o'clock, al his
store, corner King and Liberty-streets, boots,
sboec and hate.
K-..OX, DAL?- & Co. will sell, at 10 o'clock, at
their strore, corner Meeting and Wentworth
streets, faru1 ture, tobacco, &c.
ft. M. MARSHALL & BROTHER will sell at
half-past 10 o'clock, befoie their office, Broad
street, a stock mare and two colts.
LAUBEX & ALEXANDER will sell at ll o'clock,
at No. 236 King-street, contents of a grocery
THE DAJxr NEWS PRICE CURRENT AND COX
MESCUL CIRCULAR will be ready foi delivery at
our counting-ioom at nine o'clock this morn?
ing. Single copies five cents. Orders for ten
copies and over will be filled at the rate of two
and a half cents per copy.
Poaio Rico SUGARS AND MOLASSES. - The
auction sale of cargo ex Nellie Carr, which was
DOs:ponod, will take place to-morrow. See ad?
THE WILMINGTON AND MANCHESI nt RAIL?
ROAD, we seo by the Wilmington Journal, < f ?
yesterday, is to bo sold for the benefit of its
creditors, without further delay.
TAXPAYERS who httvo any complaints to
make, may leave them at the offijo of tbe
C junky Auditor, between tho hours of 9 A. M.
aud 3 P. M. uutil the 5:h of May.
THE SISTERS OF MER cr in charge of the
Male Orphau Asylum return thanks to Mrs.
.O'Neill for a handsome dress, to bo raffled for
the asylnm. The dress was won at the late
IN THE CASE of tl e Pennsylvania Salt Manu?
facturing Company against Holmes & Calder,
for infringement of patent, referred to in the
proceedings of the United States Court pub?
lished in THE NEWS yesterday, the plaintiffs
and not the defendants were required to give
?security for the costs that may accrue.
THE NEW HOTEL in Columbia was opened ou
the 27th inst., at 6 P. M., haring filled its fifty
five chambers with one hundred and thirty
visitors. Many had to be denied accommoda?
tions, there being no possible room. The
Orangeville delegation to the Agricultural Con?
vention gave a hop in the house on the open?
ing evening, which was quite a success, over
one hundred persons being preseut.
Sour H CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL MAGAZINE.
The State Agricultural Society has endorsed,
as its official organ, an agricultural monthly
magazine, to oe published by Messrs. Walker,
Evans & Cogswell, of Charleston. The first
number ot the magazine will appear about the
first of August, and tho name of the publishers
is a sufficient guarantee that this long-tek
wantrof South Carolina is about to be well sup?
THE UNION BANK.-By the official ar no un ce?
ment, which we publish today, it will be seen
that the Union Bank has been authorized by
the State Government to resume its business,
and will soon open its doors as a bank of dis?
count and deposit. The high character which
this bank always [enjoyed before the war has
been fully sustained by thc circumstan :e, that
it alone, of e knilar institution in this State, has
been enabled to recommence business. Every
addition to our banking facilities at this time
is a marked public benefit, and President Smith
deserves credit for the energy and prudence
he has displayed in ma laging the affairs of the
BEAL EBTATZ AND STOCK SALES.-By John S.
Ryan, for Sheriff Mackey-A lot of land in St.
Philip-8rreet, thirty-nine by one hnrtdred and
?ighty-eight feet, for $C60, one-third cash, bal?
ance in one and two years; also, lot of land,
forty by one hundred feet, with buildings
thereon; also, lot of land, ono hundred by one
hundred feet, with buildings thereon, and ad?
joining the above, for $1350. one-third cash,
balance in one and two years.
By Leitch & Bruns-Two lots of land at thc
foot of King-street, and known as No. 2, fifty
by fifty feet; for $345, and No. 4, fifty by fifty
six feet, for $1205, cash.
By H. H. DeL?on-$3500 Cheraw and Dar
lingtAi Railroad first mortgage bonds at 814;
$5000 Mississippi and Tenuessee Baili oad first
mortgage bonds at 721; $1944 Northeastern
Railroad certificates ot indebtednass at 50 to
51; $7150 Cheraw and Darlington Railroad cer?
tificates of indebtedness at 50.
DEPARTURE OF THE VISITING FIREMEN.-The
Washingtons, of Augusta, leftyesierday morn?
ing, and were escorted with music to the depot
by their entertainers, the Germans, who liad
presented them with a picture of their engine
The Pahnettoes were escorted to tbe depot
by thf; Washingtons, they giviug the WaShinj
tons the hugo rattlesnake which was coiled
around their brakes, and getting in turn a big
tin cup as a companion trophy to the goblet
they won on tho day of the parade. When the
trains moved out of tue depot, cheer after
cheer rent tho air.
In the afternoon the Stonewalls took their
guests down to the Georgetown steamer. At
tbe house, before starting, they presented to
the Wioyabs and Salamanders photographs of |
the eDgine, and the Winyahs returned the com?
pliment by presenting a picture of their appa?
ratus. A speech was made by Major G. Lamb
Buist/ the President of the Stonewalls, and a
response by Mr. C. IL Anderson, of the Win
yahet The 4,farewells" on the dock were warm?
ly spoken, and the steamer moved off amid the
mingled cheers of both companies.
THE ORPHANS' ENTERTAINMENT was cr
ed again last evening with a gav and h
throng. As it nears ils close it improves i
vor. The trumpet contest ia becoming
ting. The following is a lis: ot articles
last night : Silver tea set, won by Phil. E
heit, Jr.; ono set jewelry. Miss Harjrave
gold ring, Philip Chase; ono silver casto:
J.B.;, handsome doll, Mrs. P. Chase; one I
tittil fan, Miss Julia Mikcll; one set jew
Miss Rosa Moroso; one pa:r vases. Rev. ,
Schachte; one album, E. Henry; one fruit c
O. S. M.; one toilet set. B. F. G.; one pau?
pers, Mrs. Cordray; one handsome doll,
LiDa Artope; one china cup and saucer,
Sweegan; one gilt cup, Miss Mary Keooi
one doll's chair, M. E. Brown.
THE UNITED STATES COUET, APB?L 29-1
GEORGE S. BET AN, PRESIDING.-In Adnxvra^
The case of the fa teamer Oriental against
bn'santine Pyo wits heard, and appraisers
pointed by the court to appraise the vaia
the t>ye and cargo, and make a return ta
court, and spocify whether tho value ison
basis of gold or currency, with or without i
tomhousc duties paid or not.
In the Bankrupt Court, a number of petit:
for final discharge were referred. Thoma:
Cuthbert ind Daniel T. Complow were fin
discharged in bankruptcy.
In ?lie Circvit Court, the following verd
were rendered : Phelps, Bliss & Co., of 1
York, against Danner, Bell & Co., of Sooth (
olina-$2,198 ? ? for plaintiffs. D. M. Law
of Georgia, against William M. Lawton
George G. Martin-$69115 for plaintiff. li
C. Goss against Frank Gos9-$7,174 40
The Issue and Enquiry dockets will be ca
to-day at ll o'clock.
ANNUAL PICNIC OF THE ORPHAN Honsj
Regularly each spring, the children of
Charleston Orphan House, an institution t
cannot be excelled in its management and i
cipline, are treated to a picnic in the woe
whero they spend a day in such innocent i
suitable pastimes as the Board of C<
missioners may direct. The occasion
always looked for with the greatest
tirest on tho part of the children :
their friends. At an early hour yes ten
moruicg the orphans were up early, with tl
minds hill ot the event, aod formed in li
three hundred in number, hea led by the pi
cipal and teachers, and marche J to thc Nor
eastern Railroad depot, whero they took :
cars at 8 o'clock, accompanied by the Board
Commissioners and other invited guests, s
were soon on the way to the farm of their
friend, Philip J. Porcher, Esq.. who for seve
years past bas welcomed the children to '.
rustic home. When they bad reached the fa
they began to cast about for the best met 1:
of enjoying the occasion. Tho boys wi
romping in one direction, whilo the gi
songht wild flowers and shady seats 1
neath thc vendable oaks. During the c
a riait was made to tho old Goo
creek Church, nearly two hundred ye?
old. In the church the children, lcd by t
teachers, sung some touching and bcauti
hymns, after which they again betook the
selves to the wild woods fjr onjoymeut. Wh
dinner was ready, the little baud attacked t
edibles with spirit, alter a blessing by tho Rf
Joo. H. Honour. After dinner, James Ingha:
a pupil of the institution, stepped forward ai
delivered in creditable style the following a
Respected Friend-Atter weeks of anxiot
expectancy, again are we assembled beneai
the shelter of these venerable oaks. In inn
cent amusements and healthful sports ha'
swiftly sped the hours of our vernal festiva
Yon weary sun, in his descent towards tl
hOrlZUll, li'iu'iiila ui ll.Ul tlio boar of our tl
parture is at hand, when we must bid farewe
to these fara iii ir scenes, and to ^ou, sir, oi
generous host and friend. As each year, kre
sir, we look forward to this eventful day-:
we recall the happy memories of the past, ac
in childish fancies picture the glowing futur
there is a name linked with all, and lisped, i
gratitude, even by the youngest of our youtl
fol band. That uame is yours. Tis the humb
tribute of our hearts, and all that wo can off)
tu return for the many warm welcomes an
ever gentle consideration ex.endod to us ben
Accept it, sir, with the earnest hope that yo
may loni; be spared to render others htpp;
and by so doing insure for yourself the pure!
happiness which earth affords.
Then, turning to the commissioners:
Nor are we unmindful of the watchful cai
and parental solicitude evinced by you, our r<
spected guardians, towards those who, in th
providence of God, bare been cast upon tha
charity which it is your sacred privilege to ac
Then turning to the teachers and other off
And never, no never, can we cease to remero
ber with gratitude and affection these, ou
dear instructors, and these, our faithful off"
cors, who have labored so assiduously lo ren
der us useful, wise and happy.
Then turning towards the cars :
There is snottier-absent, yet gratefully re
membered-the worthy president of yon road
whose iron steed and well freighted cars ban
often sped with us to this cherished spot, am
now await our coming.
Then again facing the group in front :
From our hearts wc thank yon all, and ma;
He, whoso ear is over open to the orphan'
plea, reward seven-fold m your own bosomi
your works of charity and love.
Mr. Porcher responded idelingly, and assur
ed the children of a hearty welcome. He tole
them that as long as he lived they should en
joy the vernai season on his farm.
Thc incident of the day, however, wis the
presentation to the principal, Miss Agnes K
Irving, nuder whoso maragement the genera
economy of the ins'itution has given the great'
est satisfaction to the Board.
A beautiful gold aDd enamel ring, set with
pearls, was purchased by tho pupils, and Mr.
William Morrison, a graduate of the institu?
tion, was deputed to make the present, which
he gracefully did as follows:
Rear Friends-I have been selected to recall
to you, on this hatipy day our obligations to
one to whose faithfulness, love and wisdom we
owe thc promises of the past, the happiuess of
the present, aud the hopes of thc future.
1 ara not old, yet I can remember a long
time ago, anterior to the birth of most of you,
when in sorrow I joined your happy throng,
and first felt the sweet influence of that good
spirit which I Bec hore to-day, struggling and
suffering and accomplishing everything for
you, just as it did thea for us; and when I try
to estimate the benefits and blessings accruing
to you by what I know, I and thousands of
others, during this long period, hare received
from these self-sacrificing libors, and cease?
less anxieties and aches, wouder not that my
brain falters at the task, and my tongue unequal
to I lie requirements ol nivhearr, becomes sileut.
Yet will these feeble hands S'.rtvo to add one
more joy to tins day ot' triumph and happi?
ness by bringing tb our noble friend, your
peerless principal, our devoirs of obligation
and gratitude m the proud consciousness that
her generous heart will permit us to seal with
a signet our troth of love, honor and duty, and
that she will retain the emblem in recollection
of those humble friends who ardently wish
that all her days may be as bright as its gems,
aud her Lappiness as perfect and endless as its
This was a great surprise, but a deserved re?
cognition of the devoted services of the good
principal. Alter singing in concert the exer?
cises closed, and "homeward bound" was the
watchword. The depot was reached about
sevon P. M., without a single accident having
occurred to mar the happiness of the occa?
A CHANCE FOB MACHINIST'S or rice planters
who desire to dispose of a rice thresher, is of?
fered by a Louisianna planter d?sirons of ob?
taining one of these machines. There are cer?
tainly a number of planters in the State who
possess machines of the description needed,
i and any person desirous of selling the same
can find a purchaser by applying to Mr. Geo.
W. Logan, at the South Carolina Loan and
I Trust Company, Lroad-street.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, April 29.-Pavilion Hotel.
D. R. Wadley, Georgia; W. S. Utsey, George's
Station; E.- -P. Judd, Beaufort; H. M. Levy, Au?
gusta; J. W. Burbidge, South Carolina; Chas.
WeLater, ireland; R. E. Clark, Lcwisville; Wm.
Goochim, Georgia; S. T. Little, New York; R.
L. Brockingtou, Tmimonsvil'e; C. T. Flum
burger, Augusta;S. ?. Holingin, city; Thomas
A. Sherard, South Carolina; A. G. Shut lock,
New York; W. E. Lewis, North Carolina; A. M.
McFetuB, New York.
Charleston Hotel.-J. C. Courtwell. South
Carolina; H. Abbott, B. Deforo, William Key?
ser, Baltimore; R. B. Bridges, North Caioliua;
S. M. Kellogg, Jr., Pennsylvania; Colonel Lu
dington, U. S. A.; Mr. and Mrs. Ti F. Atwood,
New ?ork; Major L. M. Kellogg and wife, Cap?
tain C. N. Wilcox, Lieutenant W. H. Chanpeon,
Lieutenant James Ryan, Lieutenant F. H. E.
Ebstein and wiro, U. S. A.; S. C. Wolbridge,
New York; Lieutenant J. A. Marley and wife,
U. S. A.; E. Lee, Miss E. Lougran, 0.0. Mahen,
W. L. Woolfe, New York; W. B. Shaw, City;
J. W. Forney, Philadelphia; G. B. P. R'ngwalt,
Washington, D. C.; W. L. Ward, Now York;
H. N. Corigan, New Jersey; C. Lloyd, Peun
sylvania; H. Guild, Boston; W. G. L?Duc,
Minnesota; C. H. Von Wydt, J. G. Wilken,
New York; J. J. Heald, Delaware; T. C. Chur
davogna, John Mayell, New York; W. B. Noops,
Pennsylvania; W. J. Walker, Washing ton, D.
C.; C. B. Putnam, Massachusetts; Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Melon, Cberaw, S. C.; W. H. A.
Thornley, Washington; D. M. Edgar, lady,
daughter and maid, New York; James H. Carl?
ton and wife, Massachusetts; R. J. Roberts
and wife, New York; T. B. Carpenter, Chicago;
George H. Jones, New York; G. B. Rich,
Charles H. Rica, Mrs. A. J. Rica, Miss B. P.
Townsend, G. W. Townsend and wife, G. R. Wil?
son and wife, Buffalo; A. L. Rogers, New Y^rk;
Mrs. Harriet BeechorStowe, Connecticut; Mrs.
Gilbert, New York; Thos. Surnt, Georgia; G.
McKay, L. R. Burke, Boston; C. Hagen, Put?
nam, N. Y.; T. Morse, Pennsylvania; Professor
L. Agassiz,Mrs. L. Agassiz, i.'oston; Jos. Bart?
lett, Mies S. A. Bartlett, Bangor, Me.; A.
Blakely, New York; G. Agassiz, Switzerland; J.
C. Osgood and wife, Troy, N. Y.; J. S. Jones,
Virginia; Jas. Bracket t and wife, Miss M. L.
Brackett, Miss C. A. Brackett, Miss Holmos
Miss Fletcher, Miss Spraker, J. Shuakman,
New York; W. W. Davis, Seaboard Air Line; A.
REMOVAL,-Mr. E. H. Rodgers, proprietor of
the stencil plate establishment, has removed to
No. 70 East Bay, over Mr. Geo. A. Locke's,
nearly opposite his old stand.
POETO RICO booAEs AND MOLASSES.- The
auction sale of cargo ex "Nellie Carr," which
was nnavoidably postponed, will take place to?
morrow, first of May. Buyers will please no?
tice advertisement in another column.
April 30 2 RISLEY ct CREIGHTON.
PERSONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taite can have their orders
promptly Ulled by leaving them at Holmes* Book
House. Written directions should in each ease be
given as to tbo stjle of coloring preferred.
April 22 3mos*
BANK BILLS WANTED.
ALL KINDS BOUGHT AT HIGHES I' PBICE
by ANDREW II. MORELAND,
April 30 _No. 8 Bioad-streot,
ON NEW TOBE,
For sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.
April 19 mwfl2
Shirts ana /nrnisl)inji ?octa.
SHIRTS OF ALL ST?LE9 AND SIZES, READY
MADE or made to order, at
E. SCOTTS SHIRT EMPORIUM.
TIES, BOWS. CRAVATS AND SCARFS, IN GREAT
variety and latest fashions, at
E. SCOTT'S FURNISHING STORE.
AMERICAN. ENGLISH AND FRENCH HOS?
IERY, of all glades, can always be found at
E. SCOTT'S, Meeting-street.
EEVER9IBLE STITCH LINEN-FACED PAPFR
COLLARS AND CUFFS, of all styles and sizes,
at E. 8COn'S GENT'SFURNISHING STORE.
STAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRT?. DRAWERS, OF
every kind, at
E. SCOTT'S STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM.
HANDKERCHIEFS. LINEN AND SILE, READY
Hemmed for Immediate use, at
E. SCOTT'S GENT'S FURNISHING STORE
?NDIA GAUZE SHIRTS, LISLE THREAD ANO
.?ilk tbirts. at
E. SCOTT'S EMPORIUM.
RECEIVED BY EVERY STEVMER FRESH AD
DI HONS to my siready full stock of Grntle
men's Furnishing Goods, Apply to
E. SCOTT, Meeting-street, above Market.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF KID GLOVES
and Lisle Thrtad Gloves of all colors and sizes
to be lound at
gCOTT'S STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HALL.
January 1 Cmos
10?UXB PARIS EXPOSIK
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
o. isr. T.
SIX COKU, SUIT FIMSH '
This favorite Thread being Six Cord to No.
SO, purely Soft Finish, is recommended for its
great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 3mo
Jg LANDING, RICHARDSON ci? RHA9IE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW tc SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
Mantling, S. C.
Will practice in Clarendon County, and in the
United States Courts.
J AMIS D. 3-ANDINO. JOHN 9. BICHASDSON, JE.
JOSEPH F. BHildX.
JOSEPH T. RH AME will practice separately in
the Counties of Kershaw, Sumter, Darlington, Wil?
liamsburg, and will give prompt attention to all busi?
ness enti usted to his care. fmwlm* AprU9
EXECUTIVE DEl'ARTMI?NT. OFFICE OF COMFTEOLLK H-GK\ i-'lt AL, :
Colombia, S. ?.-., .1 pril 26.1669.' (
BY VRTUE OF AUTHORITY VESTE I' IS ME. UNDER TBE PROVISION'S OF AN ACT ENTITLED
"Au Act to enable the Banks of the State to renew business or to place them in liquidation," approv?
ed March 13.18G9.1 hereby give notice to all whom it may concern, that the '"UNION PANE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA," located in the City ot Charleston, having agreed to redeem tho Bills of said Bank at par. in
United States Currency, and having complied with the provisions of the Act aforesaid tn every other par
co'ar, said Bank ia hereby authorized ,o resume business as a BANKING CORPORATION, with a Capital
Stock ot Ono Hundred 1 houaasd Dollars.
A tull statement of the Asset.-* abd Liabilities of tho said Bank ls herewith appepded.
J. L. NEAOLE, Comptroller-General 8. C.
STATEMENT OP THE ASSfcT.s AND LIABILITIES
UNION BANK OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Six Notes of Jaa. Gadsden A Co.,
amounting to. 512,925 00
Secured by 300 Shares North?
eastern Railroad >tock, at ?8
One South Carolina Railroad 7
Per Cent. Bond. S5t'0, and ten
years' interest thereon, $350 95.
Note or Jas. F. Edwards tor. 700 00
Secured by 38 i-hares Union
Bank Stock at $5.
Note of W. H. Tre.?cot. endorsed
by Wm. Whaley, for."..
Note of t- Ireet Brothers At Co.,
endorsed by ?dgerton k Rich?
Not? rf Knock, Wickenberg k
Co., endorsed hy Jacob Small.
Cash National Currency.
Check on Nation-i Bank State of
Bank Notes of State Banks.BC 841 13
Present market value of same.
City Sir Per Cent. Stock, $51.973,
at 60 cents...
Northeastern Railroad Cci ti fi?
ca- o oi Indebtedness, $1928 SO,
at 55 cents.
Magnetic Telegraph Stock. $1000,
at 50 cents.
Banking Bonse and Lot.
State South Carolina Old Bonds,
$3000, at 72 cents.
Bank of Liverpool, England,
Outstanding Circulation.$56,055 00
! Arrears of Dividends (mifc ld
1 lum). 1,570 00
I Arrear? of Confederate Curren?
$2,400 00 ! Scaled according to law to. 7,920 00
j Deposits. 24.33 1 78
Scaled accord nz lo law to. 14,331 78
897 00 i Balance carried down. 102,606 10
506 12 I
2 200 00
$182 382 88 i Capital as above.$102,606 10
CHABLEBTON, S. C., April 17, 1869.
We, W. B. SMITH, President, and H. D. ALES VNDER, Cashier, of tho Union Bank of South Carolina,
do solemnly affirm that the above Maternent is correct, and tbat it contains a true statement of the Assets
and Liabilities of the Bank, as therein sot forth, find that we are the officers of Bald Bank, which we claim
to bc. W. B. SMITH. President.
H. D. ALEXANDER, Cashier.
Sworn and subscribed to before me, this 17th day of April, 1869.
ISAAC HA? NE, Notary Public.
Profit and Loss Account is charged up with this amount of circulation, estimated by the Board
of Directors to have been io.-t and destroyed since tho establishment ot the Bank in 1810....$30,OOO 00
The following amounts ol utile and Confederate Currency are resorted on hand:'
State of South Carolina Certificate-* of Stock, issued und-r Acts of January 28 and December 21,
State of South Carolina Bonds and stock, issued nnd-er Acts of I860 and December 21,1861.143,620 00
Obligation of State Auditor, dated February 10,18t"3.$56,946 00
Confederate Bonds, Stock and Currency .$962,214 10
il? is i ellan t?i ns.
.\ o. 184 K I MO "8 TR K E T.
RECEIVED BY LATE IMPORTATION?, A
choice assortment ot PIANO FORTES, ut
strictly frctorv prices; wrrauted l'or five yrars.
Also, eight diff?rent styles of Cabinet Organs and
ale'odi'O.is, < f the best makers.
Purchaser ubout selecting an instrument are in?
vited to call and fr.mine thc supply ol excellent
instruments now offered for sale. In addition to the
above, the undersigned begs to rall attention to bis
fine stock of musical Instruments and Musical Mer-1
chandu-e, ol thu be.-t quality Foreign and American.
' A large au.l varied collection of Music books, with
late a"d fashionable ^hcet Mu Mc ou hand, and re?
ceived as soon as published.
dim ult, to suit all tastes. Catui. gues free on ap?
PIANO FOBIE3 kept for Hire.
F?ANO FORTES and other Musical Instruments j
tuned, repaired, taken in exchange and bought.
COK NEK KING AND BEAI FAIN.
US' ENTRANCE THIRD DOOR FROM KINO.
March 23_tm Imo
Tin Plate, fcheet-Iron, Wire, and I
all other tinsmith's goods, for|
sale by William Shepherd, No. J 7
Hayne-street Charleston, S. C.
REFINED FAMILY LARD
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
Ask your Grocer for our brand of
Lard tn these "Packages.
Packet! 3 lb. ?5 lb. 10 lb Caddie.*, CO lb cases for |
shipment. Cheapest mode for seUing Lari. Send
lor Price List Imo April S
COO cords Oak Wood
50J cords Pine Wood.
For sale low by the boat load or by the cord.
April 27 Coner Stale and Market streets.
SHOW CASKS ! SHOW CASES !
ALL SIZES AND STYLES CONSTANTLY ON
HAND and tor sale. Toys. Trimmings, Musi?
cal Instruments, Stationery. Base Halls anri Fancy
Goods, ic. ic.
damping, Braiding and Embroidering neatly exe?
cuted, w. MCLEAN.
March 31 Imo No. 431 King ptreet.
v itoar4 TU 3501
boree power, inc.uding the |
celebrate! Corliss Cut-oil
Engines, Slide Valve Sta?
tion?r?' Engines, Portabit
Engines, io. Also. Circu?
lar Mulay and Gang Saw
Mills. Sugar Can? Mils,
hbaiting Pulleys, ic. Lath
and Miing'.e Mills. Wheat
HW ITTT3 '4>Ki and /''?rn Mills, Circular
Jg?j M-!u<r <-aw? Bellini?, .vc. feud
ytl^BSS tor descriptive Circular and
WOOD & MANN STEAM ENGINE CO..
February 18 fimos Dtica, New York.
jgl) W ABD DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 83 Warren-street,
N?W YO BK.
PERSONAL ATTENTION UIVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE of all kinds Ol MERCHANDISE. Boots,
Shoes. Hats, Ca s and Trunk*, and Straw Goods a
Consignments of all kindi ot Staple Articles and
general Produce solicited.
Prompt returns guaranteed.
Late of Charleston, 9. 0.
Berni-Weekly Price Currents sent freo by poet,
january 2S D*C finaoe
Drugi, Cljiraicals, dlr.
THE ONLY CERTAIN
RAT DESTROYE R
scaled a od warranted to
keep fresh for all time
the greatest discovery
of its kind in the agc we
live in. No person need
be troubled with RATS,
MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacson's destructive remedy is
within thc reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness ls
an wonderful as its efficacy. Hundreds of testimo?
ni?is have been received I rom au parts oi me lynna
The great advantage this SUBE POP possesses j
over all similar preparations is the FACT that it ls
Certain In Its Effects,
and free from the unpleasantness of rats dying in
their holes, as it causes them to leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers of references can he made to
Persons in this City,
who have successfully used lt
SOLE AGENTS FOB SOU TH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORT1B3 AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Easel-streets,
Aprll23 mwfCmo Charleston, S. C.
M KN-WO .'?KN - AM) CUILDhEV!
Mtv-WOMEN -ASD CHILDREN!
"Cooling to Scalds and Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds," Ac.
"Healing to all bores, ulcers," Ac,
SC0 STAR'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is the most extraordinary SALVE ever known. Us
power of Soothing and Healing for all Cuts, Burns,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Chapped Hands and skin, for
Sore Nipples, for Piles, Ac., Ac -is without a paral?
lel. One person says of it: "I would not bo with?
out a box in my house, if it cost SC, or I hsd to
travel all th . way to New York tor iL"
|iV. V. Evening Nexos, .September 5,
&g- ill Druggist ia CHARLESTON sell it.
" COSTAR'S "
STANDARD PRE PIRATIONS
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms.
jay One Bottle, SI-Three for 82.
"Costar's" Kat, Roach, &c. Externii'a.
"Cottar's" Bcd Bug Exterminators.
"Costar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Renidiej known."
M11 Beware! 11 of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists in CHARLES TON sell them."
..COSTAR," No. 13 Howard-st., N. Y.
Sold in CHARLESTON. S. C., by
GOODRICH, WISEMAN 6i CO.
ROS AD ALIS
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Kverywhen.
July 38 o*o ly?
DYER AND SCOUREB,
No. Ill Market-street,
Between King and Archdale.
Gents'Coats, Vests, Pants and Hats DYED, SCOUR?
ED and PRESSED; also Blankets and Carpets Clean?
ed and Washed with greatest dispatch.
April 3. 2mo
Boots, Shoes and Hats.
BY MILE* DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I will sell at ray
Store, corner of King and Liberty streets
100 cases BOOTS AND hHOES. the finest assortment
offered this season,
Cases Ladies' Fine and Extra Fine SERGE CON.
Caaes Ladies' Fine Kid and Morocco Slippers and
Cases Ladies' Rid Polish Boots and Balmoral<
Cases Women's Goat Sewed and Pegged Bootees, 3 to
7 and 5 to 9
Cases Men's Calf Congress and Oxford Ties
Cases Men's Calf and Buff Brogans, Balmorals and
Cases Boys' and Youths' Brogans and Balmorals
Cartoons Misses' and Children's Shoes, of every
15 cases (00 dozen) Men's and Boys' Hats, just re?
10 dozen Brown and White Leghorn Hats.
- doz ms Linen aod Cashmere Resorte and Cork
HATS-Stock Goods. April 80
Contents of Grocery Store Southeast Corner
Queen and State streets
BY JEFFORDS & CO.
Will be sold THIS DAT. at 10 o'clock, at the above
THE CONTENTS OF A WELL SELECTED GBO
The stock will be offered in a lump and if not sold
will be retailed. ...
The above place ls one or the best stands in the
city end enjoys a good trade, and is only sold be?
cause the proprietor le desirous of changing his
Conditions cash. April SO
Auction Sale of Porto Rico Sugars and Mo?
BY RISLEY & CREIGHTON.
Will be sold' at Auction, TO-MOBBOW, May 1st,
at ll o'clock. A M., on Accommodation wharf,
TBE CABGO EX.SCHOONER NELLIE CABE, from
Mayaguez, P. R . as follows:
100 hbds. Choice and Extra PORTO RICO GROCERY
11 bbl?, choice and Extra Porto Rico Grocery Su?
75 puncheons Choice and Extra Porto Rico Mo?
12 tierces Oholos and Extra Porto Rico Molasses.
Terms of .Sale-For amounts of tl 000 and under,
cash will be required; over tb it amount thirty days'
city acceptante will be received, or one per cent, dis?
count allowed. April 30
Guting on?) /nrni5?)ing (fitooto.
No. 291 King-street,
Corner of Wentworth.
AN ELEGANT SUPPLY OF
Spring Clothing and Furnishing
FOB MEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Now Opened and Offered at Low Prices.
The Stock comprises all the new Styles of GOODS
AND GARMENTS introduced this season. Pur?
chasers are invited to call and examine tbe stock and
make their selections.
IN GREAT VARIETY,
STAR BRAND SHIRTS!
Which I have been selling for twenty-five years,
noted for their GOOD FIT and Durability. There
are four qualities of them.
A LARGE LINE OF
LINEN AND PAPER COLLARS,
Viz : TUE BIRON'S, THE DICKEN.-.. SHAKES?
PEARE. THALBERG, EGBERT, GAROITE,
BleHOP, 4c., kc, kc.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
SUPPLIED WITH '
Choice French, English and American
CASS?MERES AND COATINGS.
Wh'chwlll bo MADE UP TO ORDER in th? best
manner, under the care of a flr^t-cluss French
W?. MA J THIESSEN.
B. IV. MeTt'KEUUS.Snperintcndent.
April 23 _30
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL SISEASES OF TEX
STOMACH MD LIVER.
THEY ABB EEC0M-TES-DXD BT THX
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOBE.
Wactnred by CF. PAHOOQNf,
CHEMIST Aira APOTEMAS?,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
93-FOT Salo by Druggists Everytct?ere.-&,
February 13 mw/lyr
Contents of Family Grocery Store, lately occu?
pied by Mr. G. H. Gruber, King-street,
three doors north of Market-street.
BY LAUREY & ALEXANDER.
THIS DAT, me 80th matant, wilt be sold, ia the store
latelr occupied by Ur. G. H. Graber, on King
street, north of Market-street; at ll o'olock,
1 be en:ire CONTENTS of said store,.
oonRXDn or : ? ?-'
A g?nerai assortment of Goods, mju?Dy found ia a
first-close Grocer y Store, such ss :
TEAS, ot varfou?qualities, SUGAB,- MOLASSES,
Syrup, Flour, fcoap, Pickles, Sances and MusUrd,
5e? Caddies, Brandy Frails, Beef and Tongues,
ff"?* Scrubbing Brushes, Buckets, Biscuits, Can
Fruits, Pish, in barrels, tc; Brandy;'Whiskey
Champagne Aty; Scales, Counters, Iron Safe, Desks,
Stove, Ice Chest, Ac, &c, 4c.
Conditions each. April 30
Damaged Stock from the late pxe op King
street-Net? and Second-hand Furniture.
KNOX, DALY & CO.?
No. 150 Mee Ii ag-street, ooraw of Went
- ;j , j . worlh.
Will sell THIS DAT, < ommen'cing at 10 o'clock 'LIL, '
MAHOGANY WARDROBE, Marble-to? Centra
Table, Bureau and Washstand, Sidebcard, Tounge*.
Bedsteads, mattresses, set of Office Chairs, Ee solv?
ing Chair, Wood and Caue-eeat Chaira and Book?
ers, Ac ,
ALSO, . . -.
For account of whom it may concern, ??L
TOBACCO, 0IGABS, Pipes, Tobacco Pros*.
Conditions cash. April 80
Stock Mare and two 'Coils, at Auction. .
BY R, M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at half-past TO o'doak. at No. 89
The above, which can be seen at McHanny's -
Stables. _ , AprU?0^:.
Sale in Bankruptcy, by order of Assignees ''
BY J. FRASER MATHEW?8. ,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, 4th of Mar, at my office,
at ll o'clock, - * ?
3 DOZEN LABOE 8ILVEB SPOONS - U? ?8
2 dozen Dessert Silver Spoons
1 dozen Tea Silver Spoons
4 dozen Silver Forks .' -
9 large Silver Ladles
2 small Silver Ladles
1 Silver Flab. Knife
2 Silver Mustard Spoons
2 Silver Salt Spoons
2 Silver Butter Knives
1 Gold Wateh and Chain ... iii; 3
One half share in Foot Point Land Company. ;
Terms cash. m fm ta 4 April 28
LUMBER AT WHOLESALE AND
ALL DESCRIP TIONS AND Q UALITY. :
AFULL STOCK OF WHITE PINE, FROM % TO
ia Inches thick, clear and well seasoned.
The attention of Builder* and others ls especially
requested. ... v.-.. . .: .
Mahogany, Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash,;Wotto.
Oak, Poplar Boardsand Planks, Rosewood and Ma?
hogany Veeners, Newel?, Balusters, ACT 'also at
M ann facturer's Prices, Bashes, Blinds^ Doors, sad *A:
kind s of Mouldings. ?:.
Spruce Spars and' Ladders, aUlengths: Shingles-,
Lama, &c, consUntly on band and for sale In qoasj*
titles to suit purchasers, by .
LH. HALL A CO.,
Successors to iat* J. N. Wood, Agent, . ,
Northwest corner Market-street and Ea*t Bay.
ISAAC HALL, New York.)
I. H. BALL. f mwf Apnic
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L, E. CORDRAY & CO.,
Ho. 2 PRITOBARD+STREET,
OPPOSITE 4. F. TAYLOR tt CO.'8 MACHINE
SHOPS. . ;,;
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
u-UvTit'L D?oas, HOP HOUSE 8A8HE8,
MOULDINGS, Ac, made up at tshort no*
tice, and at the lowest terms.
L. E. CORDRAY.....0. A. TB0UCH2
March 23 300
PEONH IRON WOKKSl
JOHN F. TAYLOR & OO^
erjCCE380S8 TO . . . : _
C A M E R O M ?? CO..
Nos. 4, 6 anti 8 PRITCHARD-BTREE1, .
(NEAB THE DRY DOOK), "
Charleston, S; -C
SIE A ll ENGINES AND BOILERS- MARINE,
STATIONERY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERSt
SHAFTING, PULLEiS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND EN" LEON OM
. BF. ASS. ..
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, and atas low rate* aa>
can be bad in New York. Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft'.* Low-water Detector.
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AG AINSI
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
February i nae 3rac?
OFFICE No. 3 7 5 KI.VT,,
January 27 3mo
po BUSINESS MEN.
THE SUMTER NEWS,
PUBLISHED AT SUMTER, S.- C.,
IS ONE OF THE BEST PAPERS IN THE UP?
COUNTRY; has a large circulation, and affords su?
perior advantages ?8 an advertising medium. Terna?
low. Addree DARR A O.sTEEN,
February 22 _ProprWO**.
JAMES KHOX.,OHM 0n*
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
Consignments of COTTON, BICE, Ac, respect,
fully solicited, and liberal advance, made thereon?
Orders for CORN* and BACON promptly execute^
with care and attention.
April 2T limos*