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"^S? 55 J 1 ..' t 1
STEWS B?X MAXY.
-Gold in New York yesterday cloged Hr m er
t>t 3??@3&i. .; -
-Cottoo closed steady. Balee 420? "bales;
-Cotton in Liverpool yesterday dosed
castor; ornante IT^d; Orieamrttid.
-Seventeen towns itt Mississippi are pre?
paring to bnikl cotton factories. !
-Tho Caban, fair at New York baa realized
about; $40* per dav si nee the 26 th ultimo. It
will Be continued a s long as it remunerate?.
- Last yeer two thrifty Germana purchased
eighty acree of land ia South ena Tennessee.
This season they gathered airawberriee enough
from four acres ot it to pay for tbs ?hole
-Young Siegriet, who lately, roda a biejcie
o :i a wire rope twenty teat above a lake two
hue Ired feet wide io San Francisco, talks ei
crossing,tbe Niagara River below the Palra in
the sante manner. SX ysM
-A Jewish synagogue ia building in Philadel?
phia, which will coat at least a quarter of a mil
lien dollars, an j* it is In the bandi of people so
x?h that they will not he sorry if the ultimate
lott is twice as much. .
--Sevora'.lsadinj De?ocrata in Mississippi
have pubjfc bed an address' to the people of
that Btabe.- imploring all oflotaBrwhoean quali?
fy to aseept office, and ail-good citiKftns som
m on ed as Jurors topei*rTntr?tduty'witb>
oat UL -S * J . . , ; 1 ? 'AU i 3 ? B
-Themen who yill nayer^ dio are the, men
who voted for T/aahinglon, th? maa who brat
nominated Grmat, thto ofclrat Freemason, the
last, soldUa Qt the"B^ryotation, Jefferson's
body ,eorarY?, tb ti oJuVst American actor, ?ad
tho mar^yv.io pri^mat^ thc ?toa of the Pacific
Bidway. 1 ' ' ??W ? .-w:...e e tjl
-A Minnesota Judge baw derided; *h?ha
maa fc.'.&gaRy drunk/? ,He<m?xm : ^K^?t?t
neo^3sary that a mau should be.wallowing ia %
.di' h, or bumpinghis bead'against your posts,
that yon mav know baa to be drank;
br. wkeaaerer he begins to tell -the same thing
ov.T twice, then h?^ drank.M ' " " ,', . ..
1 -Thu Charlottesville (Ya.) Chronicle under?
stands that a gentleman from England baa
prirchaBod from Lewis Turner, Esq., of Nelson
County, Ya., between three and four thousand
acree of land, on which, and other lands he
will purchase in the vicinity, he intends act
thag eight hundrod R??^^? xanaitiee.
-Tfhla year the Fourth of July tails oa Sun?
day. The usual custom ii. such oases ia to ob?
serve the day after the anniversary, which
Wtnld be Monday, bat some of the New York
Journals are in favor of keeping Saturday, the
third, instead. The advantage of the recom
-aneodattoo is that if Saturday bo kept as a
holiday Sunday worild folio w as a dav or rest,
tad the new week would be entered opon un?
broken. ' ?'
-Of the Democratic a ad Conservativo pa?
pers in Virginia, twenty-seven have come oat
fla Haiti iii , the independent Republican caa
?da#%-?Tt^fve made naalgi^twp.^
served their decision, and one (the Petersburg
Xxpcssay has taken. a stand against voting at
?fe "Mf?fc the teading jcjuroe^in. the first
M^erj'.ar? ?? &^ca^rt?fr Whig,
^n*T>?Bpatck, Lynchburg BepuUioan, Peters?
burg Index, j|H$t^^
Times, Ac. ..- . '.tat-'..-.Kii'.?i7c:
_iT Waantagfoa ^?Jegr*jh. itj Wednesday
night says : "No ?aforrn*Uon concerning an
?llia^aa^^d>ar%otaiitl-StateB has been re
' Mimi al"theSpanish,Reach or Eugliah legs
tiona. Tf, for no other rtason.-it is-not caa
* .4fi?o?#yU> c?pam'?njcate ini^nnation of initial
^n?rtiavymovemeutH to fcirei?^ represeiiUtives.
Ihe London telegram at first occasioned tenc
?*?aw'?ndi.spirrtod,corruaoct, hat to-night, no?
body appears te attach ruU credit to tire en
_ii^?boat race, which it is reported w?r
tata p%ce betwooci ero wa representing Har
Tarrf?eaTeg?, Mlaaa^usstts acd Oxford Uni
- Nhr?Ky, ED ghvnd, baa attracted attention to the
?tatest betfeea Harvard and Yale. After
eensoltation between co mm i tu ea of the two
.?Mvr aajg>ed. uni vers itios, it has been agreed to
-s-Towaaix-oaxed race on"July Ith, ata place
to be settled by both parties. The
crew ia tb bo composed of the men
hr:ln*t1 b?Bt to tbo four who shall bo selected for
the Engliah race.
gwagha breach between the President and
Secretary Fish ?a hourly widenwg. The latter
, 3 a??peremptorily retuaes to issue commissions
. 0f WMhbQne> ^?i?a appoint?
ments-many o? them connections of "the
family." Tb is sff air, hoverer, is not the ' only
> Qsaacurty. becwBen the parties. It is generally
agreed that the President waa bent- apon
the country into a' war with Europe,
has persistently opposed every mea
.?. sure lookmg to snob a result. He is now
known to insist upon a proclamation of neu tra
,. lrty in respect to Coba.
' -The Spanish agents in New York assert
.that the whole number of armed insurgents in
. , . Cuba is not over three thousand meo, and that
the officers of the government are eagerly
.waiting the arrival of the filibustering expe?
ditions from the United States, and are anxious
to Obtain honora and rewards by seizing each
Teasels. A Washington letter of Wednesday
.. to the Baltimore Gazette says : "lt is under
v; stood that news was received at the State De?
partment to-day very damaging to the cause
of Cuban independence. The small army un?
der the command of the insurrectionary lead?
ers, it ls said, has been broken up into preda?
tory bands, and there is not now a single spot
on the island wbicb can be said to be in pos
session of the insurrectionists. Tho Cabinet
?ame to no conclusion yesterday in respect to
Cub*. It is rumored that a proclamation of
?v neutraiity will now be issued, upon the demand |
of the Spanish Minister, as it is evident tbat '
the hostile movement is now confined to the
-A special telegram from Cincinnati (May
li) to the New York N9W8 says: "The great
enterprise of a Southern railroad is already be?
ginning to assume a tangible form. A commu?
nication was received yesterday by Mayor f?r?
renos from the Boo; Robert EL Scott, Governor
of South Carolina, requesting that action look?
ing to the location of tho terminal, or name of ?
the proposed road, be deferred until an oppor?
tunity is afforded to committees from the State
of South Carolina, and the Board of Trade,
Chamber of Commerce, and Board of Alder
mei) of tho City of Charleston, to present an
or/ro the advantage and importance of coonee
inte with the Blue Ridge Railroad at Kuoxvilh
The Governor, with tho committees, expect t
arrive about tba 13th instant. A dispatch wa
also received from the Mayor of Knoxville
night before last, to tho effect that a lari;
number of citizens of that city would leave tc
Cincinnati this morning to represent the ir
torests of East Tennessee in the Cinciunat
Knoxville and Charleston Railroad.0
-A Washington letter of Wednesday says
"Senator Sumner called at the White Hons
to-day, but failed to obtain an interview. Whei
he asked if he could see the President, he wa
informed by General Dent that the Presiden
.?-as very busy, but that he would carry in Mr
Sumner's card. He did so andreturhed wit]
the answer that the President was busily en
gaged, bat that he would see air. Sumner i
the business of the latter waa important. Mi
Sumner replied that he never called noon th.
President in business hqfors except upon im
portant business, but added that as the Presi
dent seemed busy he would not press an inter
view. Ho then retired. This visit of MT
Sumner was immediately coupled with th
dispatch.which lt waa announced had been re
cet ved by cable? indica ti n g ? an alliance offen
?ive and defensive against the United State:
on the part of Bnoland, France and Spain
There wa* a ripple of excitement here whei
the fact became known that such a dispato!
had been published in a New York paper, ant
the matter gave riso to serious discussion ii
all circles." _. _
SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1869.
Tile Savannah andC havrleston Railroad
Th? news tbat a contract ha? been enter?
ed into .with reliable persons for rebuilding
the Savannah and Charleston Railroad,
from-' the present terminas, at Coosaw
hatch ie, to Savannah, has been received
with profound satisfaction, especially by
those who, like ourselves, were the strenu?
ous advocates of the legislative aotion
which, without sacrificing the interests of
the State or of any class of persons, has
given a value to securities wino h. otherwise
would have beeb worthless, and' has made
certain the early completion of a most
important link in tho chain of Southern
travel., . ,,; (l
At tue .time that; this; paper first urged
apon the Legislature.the nec?ssity of assist?
ing the Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Company to rebuild their road, the affairs
of the company were in a oritioal condition.
The sale ef taeraad.the wiping: out of all
the old bonded debt but the bond? guaran?
teed by the State, and the reorganization of
the company with the old eeoond mortgage
bonds converged into stock, had been effec?
ted, and the new management had suc?
ceeded, in tho face of many'difficulties,
in opening the Toad for traffic to Coo?
saw hat ch ie. But there were no means for
carrying on the work. The bondholders,
amply secured as they were by the State
g uar an te oj were fretful and hard to pitase,
speculative individuals, who saw a pros?
pect of profit in a thorough breaking up of
the company and ? radical reorjraniration.
urged the Legislature to selie the road and
sell it, or complete it, for the benefit of the
State. Doctors differed aa to the extent of
the disease and the nature of the remedy,
and when THB CHARLESTOS NXWS under?
took to prove the necessity of at once re?
building the read, and to show that it
could be done With benefit to many and
with injury to none, there were few who
believed fiat our efforts were likely to be
crowned with success. The whole subject
wan. thoroughly disoujued in these columns,
and af ter a long and wearisome struggle the
Legislature consented to postpone the first
.lien, which the State held on the road, to
guarantee the payment of the bonds into
Which the over due interest was to be
funded, amd i D allow the company to bor?
row the sum of five hundred thousand dol?
lars to rebuild the road-this amount being
secured by a clean first mortgage aver the
whole of trie property of the company. .
Under the provisions of this act of the
General Assembly! th? necessary bonds
were prepared, and the company have sign?
ed contracts for the rebuilding of the road
through to Savannah by January lat, while
lt is expected that ike river will be reached"
and communication opened by that route as'
early as the 1st of October. So far, in an?
swer to those who said that-the company
wodld not be able to make arrangements
for reopening their road, and that one call
for help would be followed by another until
the State pocket and legislative patience
were alike exhausted.
Another objection was that the holdeis
of the bonds guaranteed by the State would
be injured by the depreciation of their
bonds which must follow the aotion of the
State in allowing them to be oven-id en by
anew first mortgage. Our position was
that these bonds were not seoured by any
mortgage whatever, that the statutory mort?
gage was to secure the State or guarantor,
and that the bondholders must look for pay?
ment to the State alone. This view was
sustained by the highest authorities, and
the new loan has been oreated. And what
is the result of the whole movement ? The
bonds guaranteed by the State (which were
to be made worthless) are now selling at
60 iu stead ot 40, the s to ok (the old second
mortgage) is selling at 20 instead of 5, and
the new first mortgage bonds have been
taken by the oontraotors at 80. Nor should
this rapid appreciation of value be the
oause of surprise. The road before the
war cost at least three million of dollars.
When completed to Savannah, it will have
100 miles of road well built and in good
order, worth at least two million, while the
whole bonded debt of the company will be
no more than twelve hundred and fifty thou?
sand dollars. The first mortgage bonds for
half a million are seoured by four times
that amount. The guaranteed bonds are
secured by the State. And the stockholders
have at least seven hundred and fifty
thosuand dollars in property as security
for their capital. These figures are suf?
ficient to justify our course, and to prove
that the plan adopted was that which was
best for the State, best for the bondholders
and stockholders, and best for the public at
The opening of the road throughout will
encourage communication between Charles?
ton and Savannah; it will gire new life to
the districts which it traverses, and bring
aa important section ot' cou mr, imo cmt>p
and rapid communicuion with a market;
it will bring new customers to (his cit j; it
will be of vast benefit to the Northeastern
Railroad-one of the best maus ged roads
in the whole Southern country-and last of
all, it will complete a cou inuous Hue of
railroad extending from Portland, Maine,
to the waters of the Gulf.
This was something worth fighting for,
and in congratulating the company and the
public upon what has already been accom?
plished, we may be permitted to say that
we lock back with pleasure ou the assis?
tance which we have been able to give to
so important an enterprise, one which, we
firmly believe, will bs an important agent
in restoring the prosperity and developing
the resources of the State.
ASETT JUKI) KM GUIS tl LADY WISHES
a Situa'ion as an experienced Cook. No ob?
jections to go in the country, apply three doors
from Hasel-street, on EAST BAX", for three days.
AYOUNO LADY DESIREN A SITUA?
TION as Nursery Governess. No objection to
leaving the city or Staie. UnexcepUonabie refer?
ences i^iven and required. Address A. B , Key Box
No. 33, Charleston PostofBce. _May 15
WAVTHD TO HIKE, A tVOMAM, TO
Cook and Wash for a family. Good recom?
mendations required. Apply at No. 81 SPUING
bTREET, eontn aide, or No. 137 MEE TIN G-8l'REEX.
WASTED TO PURCHASE.-A GEN?
TLEMAN of Alabama wishes to purchase a
D<?tLLIN&HOU&Ein a pleasant part of the city,
containing from four tc aix rooms, with necessary
outbuildings. For such a one as will suit, a cash
price will be paid. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
May 13 <_._ths2*
IrilLPLOYMENT.-TUN DULL. A US A
j day and constant employment guaranteed to
every man and woman in w?st of work, hi a light,
honorable and profitable business^ Great induce
menta offered. Descriptive circulars free Address
JAMES C. R*ND k CO.,
Maren 13 s3mos Biddeford. Me.
WANTED, KUBSCUIBEUS KOK ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEW?
PAPERS, at publisher's ratea.
CHA BLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 No. HI King-street.
WANTED-AGENTS -TO SBLL TUB
AMERICAN KNI1 TING MACHINE. Price
$25. The simplest, cheapest and best Koitilop Ma
chine ever invented. Will knit 20,000 stitches per
minute Liberal inducements to Agents. Address
AMERICAN KNITTING MACHINE COMPANY,
Boston. Mass., or St Louis, Mo.
WANT KD, FIHSr-CL\?S TRAVKL
LING SALESMEN in everv State, flood
wages or a liberal per cent, and ateady employment.
Address, with stamp, B. F. HUWE, No. 639 Arch
strest, Philadelphia, Pa, Smos Aprils
WANTED, EVklKVlIUUV TO SUB.
SCBtBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY
CB ABLES C. RICHTER'S 8rtect Library of New
dooks contains all of the latee! publications.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
TTTANTED. AGENT-. Kt)ll THE AMBBI
> > CAN FAKMKtts- HORSE BOOK, in both Eng?
lish and German, by Robert stewart, V. h., pl Miss.
lhf> work covers the whole ground of the breeding
and raistngt sad the treatment or horses and mules,
bo'.h in sickness and health. It barwon lt? way to
popular favor, and ia to-day thc most popular and
bett Helling Horse Book out. Address O. F. VEN i,
Publisher, Cincinnati, O. 6mo* March 19
WANTED- AGENTS-?73 108*00 PER
'month, everywhere, male and female to in?
troduce tho GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
SENSE FAMILY SAWING MACHINE, 'ibis ma?
chine will st tch, hem, fe I. tuck, quilt, cor i, bind,
braid and em roider iii a moat BU .erlor manner
P. ice only (18. Fully wurran'ed for five years. Wo
will pay $10oO for any michlue that w?]l sew a
stronger, more b'au timi, or u ore elsvilc seam tuan
ours. Ic makes tue 'Elastic Lock butch" Every
second - ti tch can be cut, and still tho c'oth cannot
be pulled apart without tearing lt. Me pay agents
from 975 to ?200 per manth and expenses, or a com?
mission from which twv* tbat amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB 4 CO., PITTSBURG, PA.; ST.
LOCH, HO , or BOSTON. MASS.
O AU HON.-Do not be imposed upon by other
partim palmilla: off worthier cast-iron machines,
under the same same-or-otnerwMts ua?.ai au.
only cenuine and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 May 4
J|K A L. ESTATE AGENTS, AND OTHERS
having bouses to rent, eau have their Placards, Ac,
printed at the lowest ratas, and In the newest and
neatest styles of type, at THE NEWS JOB OPf I .E.
No. 149 Eaat Pay._
mo RENT, THAT HEALTHY AND
J. ' pleasantly located RE-IDEN CE, southwest cor?
ner of Coming and Warxen-aireeta, opposite 81.
Paul's Churoh. containing eight rooms, dressing
room, pantry and bath room, ample accommodations
for servants, carriages and borsesi To an approve!
tenant, tte rent will be moderate. For farther par
ticu'ars, apply to fi. E. CAB BEBE, No. 37 Radcllffe
atreet._, awi _' May 18
TU UK NT, A HOUSE IN THE At EAU, '
of four rooms, in a One large yard, with a well
ot good water, and necessary oatt-ul ld mg-; also,
with a view lu a garde.i; rent low to a punctual
tenant . Apply at No., 100 SI. PHILIP-bTltEET,
opposite Bogard-srreet, 1* Ma; 16
KfHi KENT, THE HALF OF A HOUSE,
_L and Kitchen apartment-, delightfully, tlluated
in the Western part oflbe City, a few'doors from
libe of City Cars. Terms moderate. Apply at THIS
OFFICE._ fl j May 14
TO KENT IN NEW TURK, FOK THE
Summer, .an elegant four-Btory DWELLING,
ih Lexington Avenue, fitted hp with ail mode n im
provamsnts and furnished throughout rn the nlgho?t
Style, For particulars, apply, at,.No. 17 KAYNE
ti RE ET. inC SHEPHERD.
May8 ' ' : aw?:
RUCTION EEKS, BKOKERS, AND
others wishing "for Sale" Placards, Business Cards,
or other Job Printing executed with neatness and
dispatch, will consult their interest by leaving the r
orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No. 149 East
FOH SALE, A LIGHT UKIUOIIT
N EW CED A U-B IT IL C BOAT, copper fastened;
centre keel; SI feet 6 inches lout!, an J 6 feet 4 mehes
beam, with sailsuoars, rudder, anchor-over>thing
in urd> r. Apply at THIS OFF ICE._May 12
STEAM ENGINES KOK SALE CHEAP,
if applied tor immediately
(ll Ono 12 horse Portable ENGINE
(li One 4-horso Portable Engine.
(1) One 8-horsc-power ENGINE, tn good condition.
CAMERON. BARKLEY k CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting ani Cumberland-streets.
AT PK! VA TE SALE, THAT FINE
FTAND with fix: urea for a Grocery, corner
Calhoun and East Bay streets, No. 35. Apply ON
FOK SALE. ONE EIGHT HARED
RACE BOAT, forty feet long, (om feet wide,
without riggers, made out of one log, and goe-i first
Apply to SHACKL'LEuRU k KhLLY, "Bovce's
?IOH SALK, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any?uwitity. Trie* 75 cents per hundred.
The cheapest wrapping paporthat can bo used. Ap?
ply ai the office of IH E N kW* March 1
THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE,
WILLCOX ?te GIBBS'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
rjVHlS MACHINE STANDS THDS FAR UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, and
bas taken the placo of over forty double thread ma?
chines in this city. Reliable Agents wanted in al]
large towns in the State.
D. B. HASELTON,
No. 307 KING-bTREET,
Willcox & Gibrs' Agent of South Carolina,
NEEDLES, OIL, SILK, Ac, constantly on hand.
BFPAI KINO as usual stuthlyr Mayl
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDEN
G EU. E. PINGREE.
No. 140 Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 21 6mo
* I'SION. No. 43.
ARPECNL MEX 1IKQ OF 'I HIS UNION WILL
oe Orto i HIS lu?, 1Mb instaut, at One o'clock
tr. JJ .ut thc oilkeoi |HE DAILI NEWS
A general a.t. i dauce Pl members 1* desired.
By omer ot tue PieaLieuL
Way la_C. ADAMS Secretary.
VOL NC; MK .N's CH i? I ST 1 A.*? ASSOCIA
AK f.3LrR* MEETING OF THE YOUNG MEN'S
? brinian Association will be bo:d THIS EVE?
NING, at eight o'clock.
-,By,0Ter ot ihe President.
WU_F. A. SILC0X, Secretary.
KKIalKF LOAN ASSOC I A FTi>\ .
THE B GULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
mu v . i' ll0N be held THIS EVM.VINO, at
Eigbt o clock at Masonie Ha.l.
Arreara received during th* dav at No. 135 Meet?
ing street, ana at the Hull ii the evening
WM. B. KlEKDMAN,
MaT 16 Secretary end Tr^asur^r.
STATIC MKBifAL ASSOCIATION.
AMEEI INO OE THIS ASSOCIA ION WILL
be MU iq Charleston on IHUBSDAT, 20th day
Ol May, with tho view to reorganisation. < strict
Soeietw are earnestly requested to send delegates,
and all me i.bera of the prolossion m the State are
invited to attend.
'ihe various railroads and steamboats will pass
delegates for one fare.
JOHN DOUHLAS8. M. D.,
Vice President H. C. Medial Association.
?- Stale pa era insert twiee and send bill to
President Association. PAC Mtv ll
' Iftfo* ii ponferoptaj.
IS THU DISTRICT COURT OF THK
UNIT i-D STATES, FOR SOUTH CAROLINA
MAY TERM, 188S.-IN THE MAT IEE OF
RIC U ARU H 8ELBY, .iF >T. JOHN'S. CH ABLES
TON CODNIY. BANRR?PT.-PETITION FOR
FULL AND FINAL DIaCHABGE IN BANKRUPT?
CY.-Ordered, Th it a hearths; be had on tbe BZTEMTH
DAT or JONE, IS69, at Federal Courthouse in Charles?
ton. r.e., an J that all creditors, ?c., of said Bank?
rupt appear at said time and plaee, ana show cavee,
If any tbsy can, why the prayer ot the i ?utieaer
should net be granted.
By order of the Court, the 14th day or Mary,
1869. DANIEL HOELLtE K,
Clerk of the District Court ol the United States
May 1?_s2_For South Carolina.
IN THE DI8THICT COURT OF THE |
UNITED STATES, FOB IHE DIsTHICi
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.*-IN 1 HE MATTES OF
RICHARD B. OARFEN TEE, BANKRUPT-IN
BANKBUPICY.-To wKom ti miy Concern: The un?
dersigned hereby givea notice of his appointment as
Assignee of RICH ARD B. CARPENTER, in tbe Dla
trict ot Charleston and State of South Carolina, with?
in said District, who bas been adjudged a Bankrupt
Donia own petitim, by tbe Dis.riet Court of said
Dated the nth day of May, A. D. I860.
May 16 atuth3 K. C. HRUNS, Avignon.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPAN
OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
M. J. WICKS. President
W. F. BOYLE, Secretary.
THIS PC RELY rOCrHEBNINSIIlUriON BE?
BAN business September 1st. 1867, and issued over
KOO Policies in ita first eighteen months.
Sub-agents wanted throughout the State.
K. J. MAGILL, General Agent.
No. CS Broad-street,
Dr. J. S. MITCHELL, Medical Examiner.
April 16 thstulmo
YOU OUGHT TO INSURE IN 'JIM
OF AMERICA. *
FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS
lat Because it is a home institution mim-ged and
controlled by your own citizens.
2d. BocauFo it ls the only moniod institution of
the kind tim loaos its rands in thc State* from which
they are dorired.
Od. Dvifw ?? J? j.w-?tf mM : ?ll ji^H^y hollier*
share ia Its profits or i arning'". Ps largo and in?
creasing assets belong exclusivity to the policy
.tb. Because ita rates are 1' wer than those of most
other companies. And Its dividends will be larger.
6th. Because it Invests its funda at rates of Interest
averaging ten per cent, while Eastern comp mies'
rates average leas than seven per cent This makes
the dividends of the Associ?t on larger and the rates
of premium smaller. One hundred dollars improved
at six per cent for fifty j ears arlu amount to $1,842 ul
The same amount invested at >en per cent, will pro?
duce $11 739 09. Difference in levo: of the ten per
cent investment $9.897 08.
6th Because voa ought to insure in a successful In?
stitution, and the Life Association of America is sc
knowledged by its enemies as well as its Irlends to
be by far the moat successful life insurance institu?
tion of its age in the United States.
NET ASSETS OF THIS DEPARTMENT IN?
VESTED IS lflla COMMUNITY.
$100,000 deposited in the Insurance Department
of the State pf Missouri (according to law for the
protection of policy holders.
H. O. LOPER, Pres'nt (Cashier People's Nat. Bank).
W. G. QiBbE?, vice-President (W. G. Whllden k Co.)
E. E. JENKINS. Al. D., Medical Examiner.
JOHN B. STEELE (of North. Steel- k Wardell.)
0. IRVINE WAT KER (Walker, Evans 4 CogswelL)
G. W. AIMAB, Druggie!.
H. T. PEAKE, Gen'i .superintendent S. C. Railroad.
C. F. FANKNIN, Druggii-t.
JAS.E. SPE.AU; Jeweller.
D. H. SILCOX, Wholesale and Retail Furniture.
K.P. CARTU H, Secretary and Agent,
Marchito lyr Np. 40 Broad-street.
ICKER SON HOUSE
COLUMBIA, fi. C.
THIS PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOTEL. UN?
SURPASSED hy any House In Ihe south lor romiort
and healthy locality, is open to travellers and others
seeking BO ?RD FOR J HE PiMviER. Families
can be accommodated with nice airy rooms on ?ea
sonable terms. A call ls solicite !.
May 13 Imo WM. A. WRIOHT.
T. CLOUD ll O TUL.
THI8 NEW AND COMMOLTOIM BOUSE. LOCAT
ED corner ol Broadway and Forty-seco&d-sireet,
possesses advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ol ita nuests. it waa built expressly
for a flrst-clssa family boarding house-tho rooms
being large and en suite, heated by sicim-wlib not
and cold w^tor. and furnished second to noue; while
the culinary department is in the most experienced
bands, affording gue?ts an uneqaaLed table.
One of Atwood's Patent Elevators is also among
the "modem Improvements" ano at the service ot
guosts at all boura.
Tho Broadway anJ Fuiverstry Place Cara pass the
door everv four minutes, ruuuin.' Iroiu tho Ciiy
Hall to Central Fa'k, while the sixth and tevents
Avenue linc?are buta short block un eitLer sine,
affording ample facilities tor communicating with ail
the depots, steam I .oat landings, peaces of a/uuse.
ment and business of the great metropolis.
JiuitL dc BULLEY, Proprietors.
Varch 12 6ni->?
F Attn EU'S FRIEND.
THE WONDERFCL UTILE JEWEL,
PATEST l.'OKSi SH li LL ER.
COUNTY UGH IR FOB S ?Lt ON RE SONABLE
terms, or bv tbedi zeu to mer. b^nn. ulthin the
First and 8econd Collection D'slr'els. -ouhi.'aroli
na. Address C. N. A VI-RILL,
May I .1 C ' harleston. S. C.
CROASDXLVS GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND
BOWER'S COMPLETH MANtTKE. Both
standard Fertilize s. For tale by
No. 102 East Bay.
bole Agent tor south Carolina.
April 20 Imo
(Ellina, ?tomare, Ctr.
AT COST ! AT COST ! AT COST !
China, Glass and Crockery at Cost.
ON ACCOUNT OF A CHANGE OF BU.-INFSS,
we will sell off our fine Stock of CHINA
GLASSWARE, Crockery, Fancy Goo ls, Japanned
Ware and Lamps. Aa. kc, AT COST at retail.
A rare opportune tv is now offered to supply vacan?
cies In house and kitchen.
MCDOWELL A- SON.
Corner of King and Liberty-streets.
The Store TO BENT. C May ll
JUN FK?OD) SC HAFT'S BA Uti
ETS DFUTRCHEB FKEUNDTSCHAFT'S BALL
v-? 6tadt?nden, am 2 ten. Pflnneta-e den 17 ten
Moy, tn A. HENNE'"* Hall. Fcae von King and Line
Ftranse, wo zn aile Freundeand Betonte, ein geladen
A HENNE, |F. BfOKELS?.
H. SUHBsTEDr. |D 8PINKEN.
May 13 _ th?2?
?y KLOCIPEDE BINK AND SCHOOL.
A SCHOOL FOR VELOCIPEDE RIDING, SUP?
PLIED with a nnmber of the best Machine?, has
been opened in HAYNE-STREET, over the store of
L. CHAP?N & Co. Byrlclea will be let ont by the
hour, and the art of Biding taught by experienced
For to rm 8, apply as above, lo
OEOBOE MENDENHALL CHAPIN.
66j^ET TJS H AVK PEACE I"
GRAND NATIONAL PEACE JUBILEE
To be held in the
CITY UK BOSTON
June IS, 16, 17, 18 and 10, 18S9,
Te commemorate the restoration of
Pl ACE TRROUGHOUT THE LAND.
THE COLISEUM IN WHICH THE JUBILEE 19
to be held will afford ample accommodation for
nearly FIFI Y THOUSAND PERSONS, and the se
riea of musical entrtalnments will include oratorio
performances by the OBEATEST CHORU j ever or?
ganized in any tart of the world, nude np of Musical
Societies from all sections of the country, and
TWENTY THOUSAND CHILDBEN from the public
schools, with an Orchestra of ONE THOUSAND IN?
STRUMENTS, comprising many of the principal
Bands and best Musicians in the United States.
Distinguished guests from all sections of the Union,
including National and State Officiait, wUl partici?
pate in the Jubilee; and the citizens of Boston will
be prepared to extend those hospitalities and atten?
tions to visitors from abroad which they hope may
serve to Inaugurate the return of kind ard fraternal
feeling among all American citizens, and aid in per?
petuating throughout the world. "Peace on earth,
good will toward men."
The immense outlay attendant upon thia vast un?
dertaking has been guaranteed with an unexampled
promptness by the citizens of Boatos, ensuring for
the Festival and Jubilee eve"- success whichpecunl
ry aid can command.
The following scale ol prices has been os tabb s tied:
bingle admission, with secured scats, (6 and $3,
according to location.
Single admission without secured seats, $2.
Season ticket-transferable-admitting three per?
sonado all the entertainments given in the Coliseum
during tho ?eason, $100.
1 be sale of seats will commence at the Boston Mu?
sic Hill, MOXDAT, May 17tb. Orders for seats, ac
companie i with the money, may be transmitted by
music dealers tbrongbout the country, or by mail or
express directed to A P. PECK, Ticket Agent,
Boston Music Hall, Boston Mass.
Per order of the Executive Committee.
May 12 ws4 HENRY O. PARKEB, Secretary.
gTOOK ANO EXCHANGE BROKERS AND MER?
CHANTS, wishing Chocks, Blanks, Letter Heads, or
Job Printing of any description, c-n get their oidera
filled promptly and In tbe neatest style, at cheap
ratea, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 East Bay._
QN LONDON AND ON NEW YOBK.
Sold by LESESNE A WELLS,
May ll_Imo_No. 10 Broad-street
fpo PURCHASE. UNITED STATES BILLS OF
all denominations, and NATIONAL BANK
NOTES too much mutilated to be redeemed hy
Government Agents, at fair prices, for cien.
A. GAGE A CO., Charleston leo House.
pH) <&0005< ?tc.
J. H. BR?NING & CO.,
No. 203 King-street. Opposite Beaufaln,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR
FRIENDS /ND THE PUD!IC, that thev
have opened a well assorted ?nd seasonable stock of
DRx* G JODS, which they offer at
Very lt ea son able Pi ices.
We wnuld call attention to the following Goods:
A ppleniid assortment of DRESS GOODS, Black
Silks, White Goods, Hosiery, Linen?, White and
Colored Table Damasks, Lon ?clot hs. Sheetings.
Cassimere, Black doth and Doeskins, Gloves,
French Corsets, Parasols, Umbrellas, hnibro'deries,
Handkerrhlrla, I ace Sbawls, Opera Shawls, Hoop
Skirts, Lace Goods, Notions, Ac.
.T. II. Bau 11MG & CO.,
No. 262 KING-STREET, OPPOSITE BEA?FAIK.
?May 8 stutblico
LAIE WITH MESiRS. FORsYTHE, McCOMB ft
CO., has opened at No 312 RTNG-slRBET,,
lucit t? comer Society.) a general assortment of I
FOREIGN AND DOMES I IC DRY GOODS, NO?
TION**, Ac, where lie will be pleased to see bis
triend8 and al! lu want cf Di y Goods at reasonable
prices for cash. s. IHOMSON,
May 13_tha?*_Np 312 Kiug-gtree>.
OH KAP DRY GOODS.
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES,
And Dry Goods Buyers Generally.
TUE UNDERSIGNED ANNOUNCE TUE POL?
C \ i IC' ES, ol iBirq milt , re ned fr ?in 19% to 10
HOOPSK HITS, lavo: ito styl?'?, fora 6 reu sup.
ENGLISH am) Germau Hose and Halt Hose, at
the inoxtreuHonulilo i.rices.
Ai.Ul'Jls N< lions, Kringes. Gimp , But ons, Port
monaies, all a- moderate pri?e?.
FA H ASOLiS-Children's from 60 c-ntn, to Ladies'
from 75 cents up.
DU ESS GOODS, consisting of Bare^e-i, Glena?
ll mes, Crap? Mareta, fro<u 20 cents un.
HIBBO % S, Straw Goods and Fans, a nice assort?
YOU TRY our 4 * Loincloths, at 12>i and 15 cents
GOOD QUALITY of Kid Gloves, reduced to $1.
Fine Berlin Gloves, Ladies' and Children's, from
25 cents up.
OTTE.M4E.iIl Ell E'S celebrated French Cor?
set*, from 90 cents up.
UNL."i CO cents fora good Brown Linen Table Cloth
DOYLIES. Diaper and Table Linen, told at the
lowest cash pi ices.
SILKS, of very good quality, reduced to $2 and $2
All goods are bought by chance, and the people
will find it to their advantage to call at
rr u cn GO rr & BHD'S.,
No. 437 King-street, corner of Calhoun.
An exclusive deportment tor Boots, bhocs, Hats
and Trunks. 3naos May 3
J L. HOURS,
Ko. 34 Brood-strcct.
COLLECTOR OF t'.ENTS
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
April 10 stuthSmos
DUVAL'S PATENT HA KKK,
FOR KEROSENE, C V? ANO OTHER
TBI9 USEFUL INVENTION, WHICH HAS BEFN
re emly patented, is claimed to bn the ONLY
FEBFKCt Bakery Oven of the fcird taara.
By its peculiar construction, the beat is distribut?
ed in all its parts, so that arti les placed tn lt are
baked en the top as well as at the bottom.
For sale at wholesale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL. d< SO.V,
AGENTS OF THE PATENTEES,
THE SUBSCRIBER WOULD INFOBM THE
merchants and citizen 4 that he has made ar?
rangements to deliver ARTESIAN WATEB at their
offices 01 real enc.es aa low rates.
Those wishing to re supplied wilt leave their or?
ders ot the Well, where all Information will be
given. E. JOHN WHITE.
May 13_ 8
WOOD I WOOD!
FINE YELLOW PINE WOOD FOB SALE, IN
Iota to suit purchasers. Apcly at WOOD Y \ R1 ,
Lucas, foot of Mill-street, ail join li? Manlding Saw
Mill. Orders left at the following places will receive
Drug store of W. A. Skrfoe, King-street,
Drug Btore of P. M. Cohan, King-street,
And at A. Brookbank a, corner of Meeting and Queen
streete. J. O. NOLTE.
QUAKER CITT FINE SHIRTS,
READY MADE AND TO OBDEB,
ai ay ll_No. 719 KING-STREET.
Japanned and SI amped Tin
Ware, offered at wholesale only
by William Shepherd, Ne. 17
Hayne-street, Charleston, 8. C.
J_?OOK BUYERS WILL ?TV O IT TO
Til KI It ADVANTAGE TO CONSULT TUB
The List will be Changed at least Owe a Week,
NEW AND STANDARD BOOKS
7091 SALK AT
Koo V KT I K's BOOK DEPOSIT ORT.
MEMOIRS OF BARON BUNSON, by Pranoes Bar
oness Bunsen. 2 volumes, $7 60.
MAX MULLER'S CHIPS FROM A GERMAN
WoBKsHGP, 2 volumes, $5.
COONTES* GUICCIOLFd RECOLLECTIONS OF
LORD BYRON, $2 60.
BALD .VIN'S PRE HISTORIC NATIONS, 51 76.
CA1TLE PLAGUE, or Contagious Typ bas la Horn
ed Cattle, by Bourguignon? IL 25.
ON 8EAT8 AND SADHL&S, HITS AND BITTING,
Preventative and Cute of Restiveness in Dorses, by
Francis Dwyer, of the Austrian service, 92.
ANNUAL SCIENIIFIC DISCOVERIES, or Year
Book or Facts tor 1890. $2.
THE WONDERS OF OPFIC8, by F.. Marlon, sev?
enty lagt* vings, 91 60.
THUNDER AND LIGHTNING, by DeFonvielle,
39 Illustrations, $1 60.
BICKMORE'* IBAVELS IN Adis EAST INDIAN
ARCHlrELAGO. with Maps and Illustrations, ?5.
EMINENT WOMEN OF THE AGE, W th 14 Steel
Portraits, S3 SO.
AIOIKBN WOMEN AND WHAT 18 SAID OF
THEM, from the Saturday Review, 92.
THE KHAK^PEARE IBEASUBY OF WISDOM
AND KNOWLEDGE, by Stearns, 92 60.
BAR ILEIT'S FAMILIAR QUOTATIONS, being
an ai te m nt to trace their source. 93.
THE RING AND THE BOOK. Bobert Browning's
now Po< m, compl-te in 2 volumes, 94
PALESTlNb, ?YRIA AND ablA MINOS, by Jacob
B. Kr- e>e, M. D.. 92.
( HINA AND THE CHINESE, by Rev. J. L. Ne?
vins. Mapa and Illustrations, 9176.
LIFE AMONG THE APACHES, by John 0. Cre
ADVtNIUjtES IN THE APACHE COUNTRY, by
J. Ross Browne Illustrated by the author, 92.
ENCVC10P2DIA Ol1 FEM ALB BI0GRAP3Y,
edited by H. G. Adams, 92.
Any of 'bc abova Books will be sent by Mail Post?
paid on reo ipi ot price, by addressing
FoGARTLT.S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
No. 200 Klog-at eet, (In the Bend,)Charleston, S. C
MayH nae fmwCmos
H EULOG1CAL BOOKS.
THE OLE BOY AND MEMBERS OF THE PRO?
TESTANT EPISCOPAL CONVENTION visiting the
city, aie invited to call at FOG ABl IE'S BOOK DE?
PO SI TOBY. No. 200 KING-STREET, (in th? Bond,)
whero, iu addition tra well selected stock of THEO?
LOGICAL, MISCELLANEOUS and 8U>DAY
SCHOOL BOORS, they will find a special conslgn
! ment of Theological Booka from Messrs. Pott A
Amery's (New York,) extensive collection of English
Church Books. Priced Catalogues of Pott fe Amery's;
The london Religious Tract Soclo*y; 'I be London
Cbriat'an Knowledge Society, and the Publications
and Importations of J. B. Lippi ncc tt fe Co., can be
had on application, at
FOG ARI IE'S BOOK TEPOSITORY,
No 280 King-street, (in the Bend.)
May 10 m tu that
J) LS*ELL'S BOOK STORE.
WEEKLY LIST NEW BOOKS, &o.
TBE POET AND THE PAINTER, or Gems of Art
and fong, with ninety-nine 1-irgo steel engrav?
ings, imperial Svo. moroc o, $20.
TENNYSON'S ENID. IUistrated by Gustave Dorc, fo?
lio. in an e'egant binding. 910.
IXN.NYSON'R LOCKBLT ii ALL, Illustrated by Hennesy,
4 octavo, 93.
GHAT'S ILKOT, with seventeen finely colored draw?
ings and a phoionrapbic reproduction cf the
oria'nal manuscript, 4to. 90 26.
WAYSIDE POMES, original Po?ms of country life,
edited by Robert Buchanan, with forty-seven
illustrations. 4lo. 910
THE HIRD, by Mlchelet, illustrated by two hundred
and ten exquisite engraving* by Giacometti, 96.
CHBIHT IR SONO, or"H)ma ot Immanuel, selected
from all ages by Philip Schaff, D. D , 8vo, cloth
gilt extra, 96.
COWFEB'S TABLE TALK, and other Poems, beauti?
fully illustrated by the most emineat English
Artists, 1 vol uaw. 4to. S3.
! TOBY WITHOUT AN END, from the German of Ca*
rove, large ito, with fifteen beautiful pic?
tures, in imttatiou of water colors, 97 60.
CHBISTMAS CABOL, by charles Dicken.', with thirty
illustrations, by Eytingc, small 4 octavo, 95.
SCOTIA'S Banns, tbe choicest uroductions of the
Scottish Poets, boautifullv illustrated. 8vo, SI.
M.U.MMN, bv Walter -ccu, with flIU-on photograpbic
illustration , 98.
LATS OF TUE HOLT LAND, from ancient and modern
writers, with sixty-three illustrations, Svo, ?8.
CHAMBERS' BOOK or HATS a miscellany of popular
iintiquiue-, two lan:e volumes, royal 8vo, S9.
1 te above arc all in olegaut bindings.
January 1 lyr
?VT KW FASHIONS
X FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
MENKE ?: MULLER.
AND DKALEIM IN
R adv Made Clothing,
SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN, MEN AND BOFS.
URN'S EUItftilMIIftG GOODS. ?kc.
No. 34) King-street,
OPPOSITE SOCIETY-s 1RBET.
wt IAKI: PLtn-uRK IN iSTOitatrxG I>UR
patrons aud the public OM rillv that we have j,st
opened a aree and wt ll ara >rted i lock ol c LOTH
I.-G, llKK'a FURNISHING GOODS, &c. tor tbe
Sprl g ami ?Ummer, at the above staud, consisting
of Busii.ess and mesa Suits, all sizes and qualities
or Shirts sud Uuderwcar '+ooos. Arc; all sizes and
quahties of English and Domestic Hall Hose ; all
sizes and qualities of Silk ?nd Lisle I bread. ti love?;
all size* and styles of Linen and Paper Collars ; all
sizes and styles ul Cravats. Nick Tics, Pocket
Handkerchiefs, .suspenders. Umbrellas, kc; also, a
large and well assorted stock of Broadcloths, Crfssi
meres. Doeskins, Coatings, V. stings, tee, which we
offer to sell by peco, yard or pattern; or makeup
into Garments, by measure, in any ship- or style,
accordion to ord?r, at tne shortest notice. Our
Stock has beeu selected wi h great dre, and we are
confident thal wc can compete with any other boute
in this city. We invite an examination of our Stock,
and bespeak a share of the public patronage.
Nli.\KE ?i MULLER.
March 27 itutb3mos
JJ) tfi T ER T OTAN S ,
TURNER AND DEALER IN IVORY,
And Manufacturer of
BILLIARD BALLS AND CUES,
AND IMPORTER OF BILLIARD CLOTH, CLES,
Letter Chalk, and Billiard Merchandise in general.
No. 89 Fulton-street, New York.
May 7 6mos
(?rorerirs nno ?haUwms.*
O/ i BARBELS HEAVY RUMP PORK.
Z\> For sale by HENRY COBLA ft CO.
BACON. SALT, &c.
OK BHDS. ) CHOICE WESTEBN C. B.
i?D l? ICS, J SIDES.
3600 Sacka LI VF. RP' OL SALT.
Hew Orleans, Por'o Rico, Muscovado and Planta
For sale br HENRY COB! A ft CO.
CUBA MOL ASHES ! CUBA
1 A A HHT>9. ) CHOICE NEW OROP CUBA
L\J\J 30 tierces f ."LAYED MOLASSES
' 16 bb'X New Orleans MoJaesee. just landed fro?
. schooner Leland For sale by
J. A. ENsLOW ft CO.,
May 15_No. lil Eaat Bay.
O ft f\f\ BUSHELS CHOICir WHITE CORN,
j?tJyJyJ pr Brig Henry Perkin?; ?rom New Or?
leans. For sale low by
May 16 a_i. N. TIDEM'ftNN ft CO.
CORN AT$1 05,
K AAA BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN, EN
fJUv/U sacks, cargo aehooner Annie-Leland,
now landing on Accommodation Wharf, lb lots to
snit purchasers, at SI 06 PER BUSHEL.
A, J. SALINAS;, ._
Factor and Commission Merchant',
May 14_Accommodation Wharf.
d A A BU8HEL9 BLACK PEAS, I HE BEST POR
OUI' Cow Teed. For sale by
May 13_3_T. /? KERB ft (XX
FRENCH BEER. ?fcc.
OAA CASES CHOICE FRENCH BEEMLV
quarts and pints, or Bieie Bobee, from'
10 casks floe Claret Wine
20 cases sardines, In y? tins.
On consignment, and for sale by _
May 13 3_CLACIUS ft WITTE.
SMOKED TONGUES, &e
EXTRA LABOE SMOKED TONGUES. CHOICE
PIG SHOULDERS, BREAKFAST ?TRIPS
Ginger Snaps, Kentucky Cream*, and all variety of
Crackers, received this week,
i_WM. 8. COBWBT ft orv.
HAY ! FLOUR 1 ~~
A BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAYr EX
! rkO\J steamer Saragossa.
600 banals Family, Extra, Euper sad Fla*
, Flour, ex schooner E. C. Redman. For aale hy
! May 10 JOHN CAMPSEN~ft"CO.
Q'AA BUSHELS PRIM E WHITE CORN; PER.
*JO\J\f brig Paragon at Brown's wharf.
For sale by WEST ft JONES,
May 10_no. 76 East Bay;.
UV STORE AND LANDING.
CH. A RET, ON DRAUGHT. AT $1 50 PEB GALEON*
f. Lnbln's Flavoring Extracta, at reduced prices
H cate [tor's, Drake'., Trersaam'?, Curacoa, Tonic and
Stougbton Bitters ..
Monongahela, Bye Bourbon' and Cabinet Whiskies,
of all grades and at all prices, bottled and on.
Champagne Cider, Pints andbQnarta -
COOPER AF IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corn?r Meering and Market streets.
Goody delivered tree. ? April 2?
RYERSON & BATES,
CHiampagne Ale Bue werrvv
' HA K L K M, N. V. .
rn S CELEBRATED ALE IS BREWED FRESH
all through the year, and ta guaranteed to keep
sound through the hottest weather, and oat thar
arco ont is oj all Ales the best adapted to the Sou th?
KNOX, DALY, ft CO., Agento,
February 15 3roos Charleston, S. O.
JW ST lt Et E1 VED AND FOR HALE DY
DR. H BARB, NO. 131 Af BETING*
BISON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Conch Syrup
scbenk's Puimoulc Sf rup
Schenk'a Seaweed Tome
Saratoga "A" Water
Cherokee Remedy and Cure
I blonde ol Lime
Spears' Fruit Preserving rotation.
German Blood or "Kaiser" PUK ftc,, ftc
CHLORIDE OF LIME.
FR SALE, WHOLESALE AND BETAIL, BY
Dr. H. BAEB,
April 3 _Na Mt Meeting street.
BEARGRASS EXTRA SUGAR
CUBED HAMS AND BEEF.
OK CASKS OF THE CELESBA1 FD BEABGBAS8
10 box?sof the celebrated Beargrasa Beef.
As agent of the packers, I ofter the above
HAMS on as fa vora bio terms aa Hams of same quali?
ty, and will guarantee every Barn to give sa ti (faction
or the money will bo refunded. Consumera who
therefore wish a gooi article will Hod it to their in?
terest to try tb? BEARGRASS. J. N. ROBSON,
Noe. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
April 15 PAO thstulm^_
rs, ColJarco, &r.
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERS!
IF YOD DESIRE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORTED HAVANA CIGAR and LEAF IOBACOO,
call at No. 80 M A lt KET-S1R t ET, where yon will,
find now open for inspection the largest and moat
se.ect stock ot ligar* aud Leaf > obaccn ever import?
ed to this market, and which we offer at a price that
will satisfy all demanda.
Wholesale and Retail, by
SAYAS & MARINAS,
No. SO MARU Ex -STUEET.
January 1 wa
NEUFVILLE & HANNAM,
SUCCESSORS TO COURTENAY.
BLANK BOOX MANUFACTURERS,
Job Printers aud Stationers.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FLAT AND FOLDED PAPERS,
CARDS, CARD BOARD*.
BILL HEAD 3, ftc.
No. 9 Broad-Street, _ _
CHARLESTON, S. C.
B. K. NEUFVILLE. WM. HANNAM.
May 6 Imo
W. di L. G. WELLS & CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 114 WEST PR ATT-S TR E ET.
RECEIVE AND SELL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinds ot early
We guarantee highest market prices and prompt
returns for all consignments to our bouse. Stencil
Plates furnished free ot charge 2mos May 3
j^HAMeOOlNG WD HAIR-CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
able rates. ^
Send orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No, 31 Broad-street (up stairs.)