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MEETINGS THIS DA Y.
Sc. George's Society, at 2 P. M.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable So?
il, ai li P. M.
"ashiDgton Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALE? THIS DAY.
A. 0 MCGILIJVRAT will sell at ll o'clock, at
No. 23 Ly nc h-atree t, an engine and boiler and
Cae planing machino.
TEE MARINERS CHURCH.-There will bo ser?
vices in the Marin er's Church, Church-street,
to-morrow, Sunday, at half-.past ten o'clock in
the morning, and four o'clock in the afternoon.
Nsw STEANES,- The Savannah Advertiser, of j
Thursday, says : "We learn that a new steam?
er, to be placed on the inland route between
Charleston and this city, is shortly expected
to arrive here from the North."
PERSONAL.-The Hon. Albert Pike, of Mem?
phis, Senn., one of the brightest luminaries in
the Maaonio world, is at the Charlean Hotel;
also, Judge William Dougherty, of Atlanta,
Gea, and Leroy F. You ma ns, Esq., of Edge
THE HOT SPRINGS.-We print this morning
an advertisement announcing the opening for
the season, on June let, of the famous Hot
Springs, Bath County, virginia. Mr. P. M.
Quarles, the travelling agent of the Hot
Springs, informs us thai all the buildings have
been repaired, pairMed, and fitted out with new
fornitura, linen, beds and table ware, and the
Springs offer unsurpassed attractions to both
the invalid and pleasure-seeker. The terms are
13 per day, $20 per week, and $75 per month.
THC MAXICI-STEHST Hoar rrA?.-By invita?
tion of the surgeon in charge, Dr. J. Somers
Buist, the members of the Medical Association
visited the Masjck-etreet Hospital yesterday,
and were conducted through the various
wards. Tho condition of the hospital, which
challen gea comparison with any similar insti?
tution in the country, gave great satisfaction
to the visitors. Daring their stay Dr. Buist
performed, in a highly sitisfactory manner,
an amputation. The new addition co the hos?
pital was also visited.
TH? SEKA Piano at the Sohzetzenplatz,
yesterday, waa a most enjoyable affair. The
company in all numbered about two hundred
and fifty persona, a large proportion of whom
ware ladies. Dancing, lunches and shooting
I for tile pris9-a silver butter dish-wera, the
enchainments of the day. The prise was
won by Mr. Thee, Watson. Chief Nathan, and
I : representatives from the several fire companies,
wara on the ground in uniform. The festivi?
ties of the Atna dosed io the evening with a
pleasant hop at their hall.
A Prjusrso ISCDBHT.-The former servants
of Mr. McNettags, who was burled yesterday,
. asked as a great favor to be permitted to carry
* the remains of their old master to the grave.
,- Their request was granted, and they carried
th? body to th? hearse, followed the hearse to
Magnolia, and then cirried the body to its last
resting place. This ia a pleasing proof of tba
kindlj feehnga which exist between the color?
ed people and their former owners, where they
tiaro noa baan ted ??tray by negro demagogues
and carpet-bag politicians.
ASSAULT wm A COOPKE'S ADZE_Samuel I
Hasel, (white,) while walking ' on Vendo* )
Bange yesterday, waa set upon by two doga,
ons of which took hold of him. In order to
get rid of tho dogs he threw a brisk bat at
them. This In censed one Hager Ly, who made
at Basel and assaulted him with a cooper's
adse, and would have seriously injured him
but for a b\ stander. Hager ty was arrested,
and required by Magistrate Mackey to give bail j
in the sum of $300 to answer the charge of as?
sault and bitter? with a deadly weapon.
HOTEL ABRIYALS, MAX 2L-Pavilion B?l?L
W. s}- Gam ewe IL caty; 8. N. Scott, Williams?
burg; W. Windle, Philadelphia, J. Humbert,
Bidgevflle; P. K. Coburn, Summerville; H. H.
D. Byron, city; .M. Taylor, Kentucky; Wm.
Brown, Columbia; 0. E. Ball, New York.
ChcarletUm fi?te'.-G. L. Keach and lady.
Aiken; A. Getty, city; L. F. Yo um ans, Edge
field Courthouse"; 0. A. Lathrop, Augusta; A.
P. Wills, M. D., Chester; J. Millward, B. M.
Quartes, Richmond; Marquis of Calley and
Oeragod, Florida; G. V. Hunter, Mrs. Crane,
Mrs. G. H. Andrews, F. W. Andrews, New
York;O.B. Hutchinson, Auburn,N. Y ; G. E.
Small, Maine; J. O. Dewey, U. 8. A.; C. Mo
CuQough, A. B. Matthews, Orange, N.J.;J.
Kinsman, Albany, N. T.; Albert Pike, Mem?
phis, Term.; Misa M. F. Dimitry, New Orleans;
J. A. Pack, wife, son and maid, San Francisco;
W. W. Wanoarnaker, South Carolina; R. E.
Halter, ?. & Coast Survey; A. 8. Murray and
tody, Halifax. >
MA ron's COURT.-There wera a number of |
cases betes the Mayor yesterday, but all of
minor importance. They are aa follows:
Carrie Wilson, white, for kicking upa row on
East Bay, was fined $5, which she paid.
Oheenor Baker, colored, for striking Robert
Alston, colored, with a brickbat, was sent up
for fire days.
I EminaNichols, white, and Julia Simmons,
odored, for street 8trolling, were turned orar
: to a magistrate.
Thomas Conley, white, for stealing two cases
j of karras from John Scott's eating-house, Eing
I street, was aeot up for twenty days.
Peter Brown sad Jacob Butler, colored, for
vagrancy, wera delivered to Magistrate John
G. Maokey'd warrant.
Several male and ono female inebriate were
_%?ned the usual "V for street drunkenness,
half sf which went to the "stars" and the bal?
ance to pay for repairing sidewalks, broken by
tipsy noses. _
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMP ANT.
The Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel of yester?
day cays :
On yesterday, we learn from the best au?
thority, Mr. W. J. Magrath, the President of |
the oompany, made the following proposition
to the City Council : That his company would
drop all the SUI?B vhlch it has brought against
the Columbia and Augusta Road; would cease
2posing its entrance into Augusta an i allow
9 road when it reached.' am burg to connect
with the Carolina Road, ar I use the bridge and
tracks of the latter on which to enter the city,
until th* other com Dany could build their o sn
bridge across the Savannah, on condition that
tb? Columbia Road pays one hundred thousand
dollars for the privil?ge-payment to be made
in the bonds of tba last named road, which
wfll bs taken at par. Colonel Wm. Johnston,
President of the Columbia Road, was tele?
graphed yesterday of thia proposition, but we
were nuable to learn what was his reply, lt is j
impossible, as y Qt, to determine whether the ;
proposal will be ace apt ed or rejected.
Wt axe not informed as to the precise terms
of the proposition made hy Mr. Magrath, but
Tfe. have tko beat anthon ty for saying that
the speedy conclusion of an arrangement
aajjaiactory to all parties may be considered
THE QUO WAUK AN TO CA.SE.
Alderman Greene completes the Doubt?
ful Aldermanie Trio- What tras Done
Early yesterday morning a writ of i?uo lotr
raiUo was served on Alderman Greene, who, as
in the case of Aldermiu Barrow, ia said to have
removed from thc ward which he was elected
lo represent, theieby vacating his office. This
writ was made returnable yesterday at 10 P.
M., when Aldermen T. J. Mackey, Barrow and
Greene appeared by counsel before Associate
When the court was opened the relators were
represented by their ocunsel, B. 0. Presslcy,
Esq., and SanTl Lord, Esq. T. B. King;, Esq.,
appeared for Alderman Greene, and Mr. C. C.
Bowen for Aldermen Mackey and Barrow.
Mr. C. C. Bowen moved that R. F. Tharin,
Esq., be admitted to practice in the courts of
the State, that he might appear as one of the
counsel for Aldermen Mackey and Barrow.
Judge Willard decided that Mr. Tharin could
be admitted for this particular case, bat not
for general practice; and Mr. Tharin was so ad?
Mr. Tharin (hen moved that the writs
against Aldermen Mackey and Barrow be dis?
missed, for the following reasons :
1. The writ being issued against a member
of a parliamentary and legislative body which
has adopted tho rules of the United States
House of Representatives, the question is
coram non jusaice, beoause the City Council
only have the right to judge of the qualifica?
tions of their own members.
2. The Constitution of the State, adopted
March 17,1868, repeals the act of 1818, in Article
8, section 7. The residing in the ward is no
3. The act of March 1,1869, validifying the
election, was an act passed nuder the consti?
tution now in force, and henoe applies to the
new tenure-of-office, having cured forever all
irregularities "alleged" hy the adherents to
the ancient tenure.
Mr, Prcssley said that these pleas should be
made the return of tho defendants. If this
were not dons, tho defendants would by these
pleas be able to test the feeling of the court
on the main facts of the case, aud would, if the
court were against them, be able then to make
a formal return to the writ, which would be
equivalent to haring two trials of the sub?
stance or the case, and a great disadvantage
to the relators.
Mr. Tharin sail that the defenaants did not
make a return to the writ, bat pleaded to the
jurisdiction of the court, which they had the
right to do. The City Couocil alone could de?
cide the matter, for they were the only judges
of the qualifications of their members. By
them the question mnat be heard, adjudicated
and finally determined, and to them it should
have been submitted.
Mr. Pressiey explained the effect of the pleas
pat ia by the d?fonce, and cited authority to
prove that a writ of quo wairanto could not be
dismissed cr quashed, DO return to the wii;
baring been made.
Judge Willard said that if the defendants
were right, a resolution of Ci oneil or an ordi?
nance of Council would baye the power to oust
a cue from the highest court in the State.
Mr. Tharin said be was not prepared to show
by what statute Council was given the authori?
ty to determine the qualifications of its mem?
bers. It had that power nuder the general
law of the State, and of the United States;
1 bat he had not had time to find the particular
statate. Nor had he any authority to show
that the writ might be dismissed as a plea to
the jurisdiction of the court.
Jadge Willard said that he would hold to the
authority cited by the relators, and ruled that i
the respondents most make a return to tbe
Mr. Bowen asked that the case be continue 3
to Monday morning, to give the defendants
time to make their return.
Mr. Pressiey opposed thia motion bec ..ase
Cit; Council was hurry mg ap matters in such
a way as to make necessary a speedy determi?
nation of the case if any good were to be ac?
complished by ic. Council was hobing night?
ly sessions and reading bills three times at one
meeting. This might be right or wrong.
Oounoi] might be doing good or harm. But os
person B who were believed to b - disqualified
were taking part in the proceedings and mak?
ing laws, it was absolutely necessary to iiave
their right decided with o u t delay. He was will?
ing to give the defendants jost as much time
as they desired, if they would not, pending
the decision of the court, proceed to exercise
the powers wu ich it was claimed were unauthor?
ized. Bat if the parties were resolved to go
G-n until etopped by the courts, there should bc
no postponement in the hearing of the case.
Mr. Bowen. May it please your Honor, I
have-sees the handwriting on the wall. When
the other side can'- get men to vote as they
please they come in here, call them incom?
petent, and get out a quo vcirran'.o. I am
not here to make any agreement for city Coun?
cil. I am here to defend two mea against
whom charges have been made. As for Council,
I do not know aught about it.
Mr. Bowen spoke for some minutes, and
when be had fimah9d the court ordered that
the further hearing of the case be continued
ii Monday mor nug next, at 10 A. M., when
the retaras i? all three cases most be filed.
NEW GXOBOIA WHEAT.-The Augusta (Ga.)
Chronicle and Sentinel, of yesterday, says:
Mr. J. O. Mathewson, commission merchant,
s nt ou Tuesday one dozen heads of ripe
wheat to Mr. B. ?. Morrison, Jr., produce and
oomnussion merchant. New York. The wheat
ia of tho "Alnambria" variety, but is perhaps
better known here as the "Yellow Lam pus."
It was raised by Mr. Seaborn W. Bush, who
resides near SandersTuid, in Washington Coun?
ty. This wheat crop is uow ready for harvest?
ing. We understand that it has been engaged
by Mr. Mathewson, who will ship it to New
York on receipt. We learn that the wheat
crop of Washington County is very favorable.
REPOSTERA' CB?MBS.-The new store on East
Bay, diagonally opposite THE NEWS office,
materially improves the appearance of the
An exchange of pulpits will be mado on Sun?
day morning between Dr. W. W. Hicks, who
will preach in the bpring-street Methodist
Church, and the Rev. J. ii. Pickett, who will
fill the former's place in St. John's Lutheran
(Dr. Bachman's) Church.
Of the meeting of the Union Bani: stock,
holders, held the day before yesterday, it
should have been said that a majority of the
stock was represented, and not that a majority
of the stockholders were present.
The gentlemen of the Medical Society and
their friends bad a very pleasant reunion
arjund the festive board last evening at Bi ber?
ma J Hall.
Mr. Thomas Wightman is painting a fine
portrait of the bite S. Gilman Courtenay for
the SI tua Fire Company, of which he was once
The children of the Catechism classes of St.
John's Chapel, Queen-street, are undergoing
an examination preparatory to a distribution
There will ba another velocipede raoe on the
shell road this afternoon.
The usual meeting of the Loyal League did
not take place on Thursday night, the great
moral show preventing. They will meet to?
A very sensible colored man remarked, yes?
terday, that be was compelled to confesa that
Republicanism was well nigh played oat. And
this maa is a Loyal Leaguer I
zr. s. cute urr COURT-CHT EFJUSTI
At ll o'clock precisely, yesterday mom
bia Honor Chief Justice S. P. Chase and
Honor Judge Bryan, conducted by Mr. Upp
United States Mardbal ( Ur. Johnson not 1
ing yet qualified, ) entered and took theil- BI
upon the judge's stand. The bar evideL
thair respect for the Chief Justice by the ati
dance in a body of almost all its merah
Quite a largo number of spectators ?vero i
present. Aftor thc Chief Justice hid ta
his seat, a number of the members of the
came forward and wore introduced by
Honor Judge Bryan, among whom were B
C. G. Memminger and Edward McCrady,
Tho United States Circuit Court, which ct
menced its session on tho 1st of April, '.
been continued from day to day by Jut
Bryan until yesterday, wheo the Chief Jual
took his seal to hear such cases as were on
peal from the UnitedStates District Court; i
also such equity and law cases as the mt
bera of the bar requested should be beard
a full benoh. At the suggestion of Chief J
tics Chase, previous to his arrival in this ci
Judge Bryan bad a list prepared of euch ca
as the bar required io be heard by a full ben
We learn there ore somo ten cases of appeal
the admiralty docket, nineteen law coe
seven cases iu equity and one appeal in bat
Chief Justi.v Chase, is opening the cot
I Gentieri\en of lUc Bar-There has been
special docket arranged for this term. 1
duties which devolve upon me are euch as
I rcquira that my presence here should not c
tainlv exceed two weeks.. During tho tim
oan devote to this court. I desire to accompl
all that 1 can in tin way of business. Asl
cas.es are not regularly prepared to-day I v
hear any case, whether upon tho appeal docl
or upon any other dicket.
It ia hardly necessary I should add tha
shall be greatly indobtod to the bar if they \
make their arguments as brief aa is consist?
with the discharge of their duties, si that t
number of coses disposed of will be as great
can be conveniently heard to the public
Tho first case taken np was tho case of
re. John Odom, bankrupt, ex oarte J. H. Hi
son. Motion to reverse order of Distr
Judge establiehing the validity of a note t
consideration of which was lor 'he purchase
slaves. C. W. Dudley and William Whal
Esqa., appeared for appellant; Messrs. C.
Townsend and J. B irrett Cohen, Esqs., cont
The case involves the validity of a note giv
for slaves in 1858, Judge Bryan having decid
in favor of the note.
The argument was opened by Mr. Dudley ;
appellant. Messrs. Townsend and J. B. Cob
followed in reply. Mr. Whaley closed on t
part of appellant.
The next case in equity was that of the Son
western Railroad Bank vs. Edwin Parsons,
P. Scott and others, being a bill for injunctio
direction and relief. Messrs. W. A. Prias
and Edward McCrady, Esqs., for the bar
Messrs, Yeadon, Dougherty and Memmiug
contra. Mr. Pringle read the bill apd affid
vits and addressed the court. Messrs. Yeadi
and Mem m inger read the and wer. Messt
Yeadon and Memminger followed in reply
Previous to the bearing of the above caa
ou motion of Mr. Yeadon, Wm. Doughert
Esq., a practitioner in the United States Cour
of Georgia, wis admited to practice in tl
United Slates Courts for South Carolina.
In reply to Mr. Memminger, the Chief Justit
stated it was not his purpose to call either <
the dockets regularly, but to have the bar u
dicata to tho olark anon anawa aa tba* A**m*% t
have placed upon the special docket. The
might then be taken in their regular ordei
tating the appeal docket first. He desired t
looommodate tho bar as fur as practicable, an
if they can agree among themselves as to wha
oases they desire to have submitted to a fol
court, they may be given to the clerk, to b
taken up in the Lr order.
The Chief Justice gave notice that he wouli
call the admiralty docket at eleven o'clock chi
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF SOUT1
CHELESTON-, FKIDAT, May 21.
The Association met at ll A. M., the Presi
dent, Dr. A. N. Talley, in the chair. The foliow
ing additional delegates appeared and en
rolled their names :
Drs. J. T. Cleckley. Ormgoburg; B. H
Knotts. Orangeburg; W. H. Smith, Barnwell
b. B. Bates, Orangeoarg; A. P. Wylie, Chester
S. P. Mikel), Edisto island; E. H. Kellers
Charleston; H. W. DeSauasure, Jr., Charles
ton; E. Geddings, Charleston; C. F. Darby.
Orangeburg; J. M. Smith, Barnwell.
Letters were read from Dra. John Douglass,
of Chester, and A. 8. Sally and Elliott, ol
Orangebnr?, expressing their regret at nol
being able to attend, and requesting .bat thea
names be recorded as members of the Associa?
Tne reading of the journal of the previous
day's proceedings was, on motion, dispensed
Dr. F. M. Robeftson, of Charleston, presented
to the Association a modification of the obste?
tric forceps, and gave a brief account of the
advantages ot thc instrument ovei hose in
common use, which was listened to .mb great
The hour of twelve having arrived, tho spe?
cial order, viz : the report ot the Committee on
Revision of tho Constitution was taken up and
On motion of Dr. ?uist, of Charleston, the
various articles and lections were taken up
and acted upon separately.
Dr. George E. Trescott offered the following
amendment to Section 2, Article 2 : "That
this section be so amended os to allow physi?
cians ot good elauding to become members of
this Association, irrespective of their belonging
to county societies.''
This amendment gave riso to considerable
discussion, participated in by Drs. Kinloch,
Bailey, Buist, Trescott and Geddings, of
Charleston; Gibbes, of Columbia; Norwood, of
Abbeville, and others. The amendment was
finally lost by a vote ot 18 ayes, 19 ?lays.
Dr. Mikell, of Edisto, offered the following
amendment, which was adopted :
Resolved, That all members of the medical
profession resident in South Carolina, who are
regular members of a properly constituted med?
ical society, or who are residents of any county
in which there ia no coanty medical society
within twenty miles of their residence, shall
be elected to membership by tho Association,
on the recommendation of one member.
Tbs constitution, as revised, was then adopt?
ed as a whole.
On motion of Dr. Kiuloeh, it was
Resolved, That in the opinion of this meet?
ing the adoption of tho present constitution
does not operate in excluding members at thia
meeting from remaining entered as permanent
Dr. Buist offered the following resolution,
which wa3 adopted:
Rejoiced, Th&t tho President of this Associa?
tion be instructed to address a circular to the
most prominent medical men in the counties
of this State that have no county organization,
and urge them to tno formation, of mich socie?
ties, and the appointment of delegates to our
next annual meeting.
The Committee on Nominations were in?
structed to report the name of an additional
member to fill tue vacancy in ihe office of vice
The Association then adjourned to meet again
at 5 P. M.
Tho As30ciitionasiembled at 5 P.M. The
President, Dr. A. N. Talley, in the chair.
Dr. Norwood, of Abbeville, in presenting bis
pamphlet upon Yeratriam Yiiidee, addressed
the Association at somo length upon its medi?
cinal effects ind history, and urged its adop?
tion, in the treatment of many diseases.
Dr. E. Geddings, of Charleston, addressed
the Association in opposition to these views as
expressed by Dr. Norwood.
An interesting discussion then ensued, in
which part was taken by many members.
Dr. B. W. Gibbes, or Columbia, offered the
following resolution, which was adopted :
Resolved, That this Association relinquish
all claims that it may have noon members for
dues previ, us to the date of this meeting.
On motion of Dr. Robertson, it waa
Resolved, That the president be allowed to
appoint tho Standing Committees at his lei?
The Committee on Nominations reported thc
name of T. -?. Baruch, of Cimden, for one of
thc vice-presidents, and, on motion, he was
declared unanimously elected.
Dr. ft. W. Gibbos, of Columbia, road a paper
upon ''Extirpation of Abdominal Tumor."
On motion ot Dr. Baruch, of Camden, it
Resolved, That tho papers bo referred to the
Committee on Publication, and that the Com?
mittee be authorized lo return it to Dr. 'Jibbes
to publish at his discretion.
On motion ol Dr. Gibbes, it was
Resolved, That Columba be made the place
of mcetiug of this Association, and that they
meet on the second VYedncsday in Mar h,
On motion of Dr. Wm. Horlbock, it waa
Resolved, That the thanks of this Association
be returned to the various railroad companies
in this State for passing delegates for hs If fare.
Dr. Tresoott moved that the thanks of I
this Association be returned to the Board of
Trustees of the Roper Fund for the use of |
The President announced the following
Committee on Publication-R. A. Kinloch,
F. M. Robertson, G. E. Trescott.
Committee on Accounts-J. L. Ancrum, W.
C. Horlbeck, Joseph Yates.
Committee on Ethics-T. P. Mikell, J. T.
Darby, A. P Wylie.
Tho following named gentlemen were elect?
ed honorary members ot this Association: J.
Edwards Hollioouk, of Charleston; J. Marion
Sims, of New York; Joseph LaConte, of Colum?
The secretary was authorized to have three
hundred copies of tho proceedings of this As?
sociation published lor distribution.
On motion, tho Association adjourned sine
die. J. 8. BUIST,
The Spring-street Church.
TO THE EDITOR 0/ THE NEWS.
I have completed the mailing of my circular
to every man and woman in the City of |
Charleston, according to thc City Directory,
which is very d?ficient I know. Very many
ask me how I succeed. If you permit it I will
hereby answer. Many any "they aro poor and
cannot holp now." Several say thoy had for?
gotten, after it was hud aside with good intoo
tion to help. Others have sent us the dollar
and sums under. Others (ho dollar and sums
over-one as high as ten dollars. Others,
witb their money, have written words of en?
couragement. The great majority have not as
jet responded io any way. Several hundreds
of the circulars have been rc turi, od as "dead,"
so that I have not received over the expenses
one-tenth of what is needed.
I hope thc non-responding and tho forgetfal
who intend to giveour holy enterprise their
support will "hurry up," for we have been de?
layed by the lack of postage stamps already
much longer than we expected from making
We know the disadvantage under which we
labored in having no meetings, no amuse?
ments, no feasts, no fan, bat just the "dollar."
? would not here mention tho fact that this
call would not have been made on the citizens
if our church in the citv could have enjoyed
an estate valued at from forty to seventy thou?
sand dollars by will, bat said estate has been
seized by thc samo denomination, by the bayo?
net or militarv, and beld from us so that my
church cannot get her phare. I would not
have noticed this fact, bat the leading min?
isters of that church, by letter and in person,
have called me to account for, as they say,
throwing a ' firebrand" ont in the community
by my circular.
They have their hand on on oar throat-they
are stabbing us with cold steel-stripping us
of all, and boasting, as they did in my ear, of
their superior riches in the city over oar
church, and when we call on our fellow-citi?
zens for help, to say of as as we speak of oar
poverty and want, which they are producing,
''Yon throw firebrands," out-Herods Herod
iTOfUcent ir rr in colcstibus animis."
The Camden Journal (May 6th) says: "No
Christian ccu'.d ever think of stealing another
man's property, mach less do it. These North?
ern Methodist preachers need the impudence
of devils to enable them to preach to honest
If I fail through their seizures and lack of
sympathy, I do so in good company, and trust
tnm ? Lt mm. ?rn w SVJauMtAY?jU --A- .
J. R. PICKETT,
. Pastor Spring-street Church.
B VS I S ESS NOTICES.
ELEGANCE AND COHFOET exist throughout the
American House, Boston. The hotel is still
kept by the veteran host, Lewis Rice, whose
supervision for a quarter of a century has ren?
dered this house so popular.
A JEWEL OF A STORE is the new drug estab?
lishment just opened by Dr. E. H. Kellers, on
the south side of Broad-street, between King
and Meeting streets. The stock as well as the
fixtures are fresh and new, and the personal
attention of Dr. Kellers and bis accomplished
assistant will be given to tho compounding of
preset iptions, at all hours, day and night.
THE "BADEN" 1'APEB COLLAH ANT COFFS, at
May ll tuths No. 219 King-street.
SPECIAL NOTICH. - Call for Gray's Paient .
Moulded Paper Collar, at Scott's Shirt Empo?
rium, as thoy are thc best in the city.
May 21 3
TBUNKS, VALISES, AC, rc-eovcreJ and re?
paired generally; now locks put on and lettered
with owner's name. For salo, now trunks and
a few second-hand ones.
F. F. CHAPEAU,
May 10 Meeting-street, next Mills House.
8TEEDMAN-TEADDN.-Tn Sunter, on the 13th
instant, by Hov. E. A. EDWARDS Mr. J. Bf.? EE
S rREDMAN and Miss SALLIE B. YEADON, all of
S9- CHURCH OF HOLY COMMUNION.
In consequence of the repairs being mode in the in- j
terlor of the building, there will be no Servlco at
this Church TO-MOBBOW._May 22
?-HUGUENOT CHURCH-THE REV.
Bishop WIGHTMAN will officiate ia the FORENOON
of TO-MOBBOW, and tho Bev. Dr. H ICES in the AF?
?-FIRST BAP Lld T CHURCH.-D1VINE
SERVICE will be held tn this Church To-Moanow
MORN INO, at the usual hour. Procain; by the Rev.
W. H. WILLI s M 9, Pastor, lhere will bo no Per
vice in the AFTERNOON._I_May 22
?-ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHUCH.-SER?
VICE To-Monnow MOBSINO, at half.past 10 o'clock,
by the Kev. J. B PI'.'KB IT; In the EVE SINO at 3
o'clock, by Dr. W. W. HICKS, Evening <-crvice
seats free._1_May 22
?- SPRING-STREET CHURCH.-f H E
Services ia this Church will be conducted To MOE
ROW MOBSINO, at half-na-t Ten o'clock, by Kev. Dr.
fflCKS, and in tho AFTERNOON, at Four o'c'ock, by
the Pastor, Bev. J. P. PIcKETI. Scats free.
??CITADELSQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Service? on SONUAT MOBSISO at Halfpa^t Ten
o'clock-m tho EVEMSC at Hight,
?- UNITARIAN CHURCH.-DIVINE SER?
VICE will b? h 'ld in th?6 L'hurcU TO MORROW MORN?
ING, at halt-past Ten o'clock, and at Eight o'clock at
NIOHT. Preaching by Bev. R. P. CUTLER, ab?
ject at night-"The Holy Ghost the Comforter."
?-ESTATE NOTICE.-ALL PERSONS
having demands against the Estate of WEST WIL?
LIAMS, late of Charleston County, deceased, w?l
present their claims attosled; aod all indebted to
said Estafo will make payment to thc same oa or be?
fore ibo Frasi Dar or JTTSZ, 1609.
May B s3 Administrator.
indebted to Mr. GEOEGEH. GBCBEB are requested
to make payments to either Mr. GEORGE H.
GBUBER, or to Mr. G, W. GRUBEB, (to be found at
Messrs. COBWTN'S ?TOBE, KING-STBEET.) during
the month. After tbs first of J one, all indebtedness
unpaid will bs placed into the hands of a Magistrate,
m ord? to wind up the affairs as speedily aa possible.
H. GEBDTd A CO.,
May ls Imo Agents for Creditors,
?3-AT THE FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSA?
RY MEEI INO of (he Union Assembly, held on tho
20tta March, 1869, tho following officers were electo!
to servo for the ensuing yoar:
C. WYATT, President.
E. CORBEHT. Vico-Proaident
H. LOUIS, Ireasnrer.
J. W FENNICK, focretary.
8. MORRISON, J stelr"dH.
Slanting Committee.-T. P. Wilson, Chairman; J.
Grant, A. Sinclair, J. Johnson, A. Harper, J. Pringle,
S. B. Gaillard.
Committee on Charity.-Vf. Telfair, Chairman; B.
Bee, 0. Braye?. 1* ' Mar 22
ROSADA LIS_WERE ALL THE TESTI?
MONIALS in proof of the virtues of LAWRENCE'S
ROSAD^LI-, for the cure ot Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kidneys, kc, published in book fotm, it
would make a volumo too unwieldy for a library.
Only a f?w can be given in a newspaper for want of
space. The proprietors nover Mk tor a certificate,
but almost every mail bringa them the moat flatter?
ing letters from part!es in all sections of thc United
States. Try a bottle-lt will give you satisfactory
evidence of its merits.
My nue hos been cured of Dyspepsia of long
standing, by Dr. Lawrence's Roeadalis.
A. P. TAYLOR,
No. 22 Hanover- street, Baltimore.
May 25th, 1868.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WINES!AK * CO,
Itrforters of Drugi and Chemicals,
May 22 stu!b3 Charleston, S. C.
MW HAGAN'S MAGNOLIA BALM.-THIS
article is the True Secret of Beauty. It is ?hat
Fa'hionabln Ladies, Actresses, and Opera Singers
use to produeo that cultivated dtifin^i? appearance
so much admired in the Circles of FaHHion.
It removes all unsightly Elot.-hoj. Redness,
Freckles, a an. Sunburn and Erects of .-pring winds,
ond gives to the complexion a Blooming Purity of
transparent delicacy acd power. Kn Lady who val?
ues a fine complexion can do without the Magnolia
Balm. Seventy-five cents will buy it of any of our
Lyon's Kathairon ls avery delightful hairdrcs'
ing. ruths Imo nao Ma; 22
MW ESSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN.-ON THE
Errors and Abuses Incident to Youth and Early Man?
hood, with the humane view of treatment atd ou re,
rent by mail free of charge. Address HOWARD AS?
SOCIATION, Bos P. Philadelphia, Fa.
May 22 3m"s
?rlflE VITAL STATIS 1ICS OF THE
United States show that periodical fevers and acute
and chronic disorders of the stomach and bowels
are among tho most prominent and fatal diseases tn
this count r>'- Disobedience to the laws of health,
as regards diet ; the uso of pernicious stimulants;
and the wear and tear of business excitement, and of
"fast lifo" generally, hivomuchto do with the pre?
valence of these maladies in our citio-; while in the
Weet, and especially in thc newly opened dlstiicls,
they aro chiefly due to malaria, unwholesome wa
tor, anl the exposure and piivatton incident to Ufo
in new settlements.
Kow, lt is a fact that it is a9 possible to protect
the human system against those maladies OB to guard
life and property against tho Incursions of assassins
and thieves. Strengthen tho vital organiz itl m with
HO BETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS, and lt be?
comes as capable of resisting the active principle of
epidemic or eudemis disease asa fire proof saf?is
of ree sting the action of combustion. This is the
experience of thousands who have remained un
scathed by malarious disorders in the sickliest sea?
sons, while their neighbors, who neglected to tone
and regulate their systems with this unequalled
medicinal stimulant, bare fallon.thlcjt .and List
around them. Weakness ii vites disease. Vigor rc*
pelt it Help nature to fight the good fight with
lalee ion, whether lt be in the air, the water, or the
soil, with this matchless prepsra'lon-a compound
of the rarest vegetable extracts with the purest of all
diffusive stimulant?. nao G May 22
MW NOUOE.-THE UNDERSIGNED
having teen appointed COMMISSIONERS for receiv?
ing Bl'8SCFtrr-TtON3 TO THE CAPITAL SaOCK
OF THE BOUIH CAROLINA CEN TR AL RAIL?
ROAD, reap ctfillly give notice that tho Books will
be opened Tuts DAT at the office of A. J. WHITE &
SON, Ka? t Bay. and will bo kopt open for thirty days
thereafter. In conformity with tha charter, TWO
DOLLARS will be roqauvd onovery chare of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLAR- subscribe! for.
A. J. WHITE, ) '.otnniissliners of
JAM. M. CARSON, > South Carolina
A. F. RAVI?NEL. J Central Railroad,
y ay 15 sw?
?5-ESECrjT?RS' FINAL NOTICE.-NO
TICE is hereby given that on the fifteenth day of
June ensuing, at Twelve noon, the undersigned will
apply to the Judge of Probate of Charleston County
for a Omi discharge as Executors cf will of the late
THOMAS M. BUM If.
El W. G. HUME. )
J'?HN S. MITCHELL, M. D ,} Executor?.
T. OhANOE SIMONS, )
May 15 ctuth Imo
KW OFFICE COUNT! COMMISSIONERS,
FIREPROOF BCILOI'MO, CHARLESTON, 8. C,
MAY 14. 1809.--'oiled propo-a!-wilt te rac.-i?rel at
tLU office up to thc S8tU instant Incl ostro, to "build
a suitable BRIDGE for thc public use and conveni?
ence ovi-r Ibo Crek known aa Church Creak, which
creek now separates Wa 1m daw Island fram John's
For all iaiannitioj oonaeetoJ with this work ap?
ply at this of!; v.
By order of tbs Board. F. C. MILLER,
May 15 stuthG tl Chairman Board.
MW TIES. SCARFS, OLOVE <, UNDER
WEAR ANO HOSIE HY, at
May ll tntbs Ko. 219 King-street.
?-NO CURE! NO PAY (-FORRES T'S
JUNIPER TAR ls warranted to cure Coughs, Croup,
HoareenesD, Sore Throat, Spitting of Blood and
Lung Diseases. Immediate relief produced. Try
it; If not satisfied, return the empty bottles and get
your money baek.
Sold wholesale and Retail hy the Agent,
G. W. AIMAR. Druggist.
Corner King and Vanderhornt streets.
MW Price 33 cont?.
February 27 nie tutbellmos
?3-1 HE NEATEST, THE QUICKliST AND
THE CHEAPEST.-THE KEWS I'OB OFFICE. No.
Iii EACT BAY, having replenished its Stock with a
ner and large assortment o? moterial of the finest
quality and lutctt stylos, is prepared to execute, at
tue Shortest notice and in thc bc6t manner, JOB
PRINTING of every description.
Call atad examine the scale of prices before giving
your orders elsewhere.
ffW BATCH ELOR'3 HAIR DYE.-T??IS
splendid Hair Dye is the best In the world ; the only
true and perfect Dye; harmlos?, reliable, instai fa?
mous: no disappointm.nt; no ridiculous tint.?; rem?
?di?e the ill effects of bad dye;-: invigorate! and
I"avt>> Hie hair soft and beautiful black or brow:,
fold ly all Druggets and Perfumers; aad properly
applied at Batchelor** WW Factory, No. - Bonr?
street. New York._lyr_May 15
?3- HALF WAY UP LOOKOUT MOUN?
TAIN, the place where memory is stirred by a
thousan? thrilling associations, ?ind where theLrave
boys ol both armies met and fought hand io hand,
where the blood ol both friend and foe was mingled
together and ran down thc mountain-side in rivulets,
is a t-mooth-faced rock, upon vs h I ch a io or, aounded
soldier inscribed the following:
"?. T.-1*60-X - iariy in the battle I was wound
cJ. and carried to tc is spot by two clever 'Yanks.'
They bade rae farewell, as thoy supposed, lo die, for
I was so weak from loss of blood that I could but
faintly thunk them for their kindness. They left in
my canteen a part bottle of PLANTATION BIT
TESS, to which I owe mr Ufo, for it strengthened
me, and kept life within me until help ?ame and my
wound was dressed. God bless them for their kind?
ness, and fs>r th: PLANTATION BITTERS.
HENS ST DAVAO BL,
Company B, 10th Georgia."
MA ivoLTA WATER.-suitr?or to the best Imported
G eraian 0? ome, and sold at half the prico.
Blay LS tuttis '
PrngSf kemmis, ?r.
No. 85 BROAD- STEEET,
Between King nnd Mctflng-sts.
rjlHB SUBSCRIBER HAS OPENED THE ABOVE
ESTABLISHMENT, where caa be found a well
solected a?sor tm OK t of pure and fresh
Particular attention ia giren the DISPENSING
DEPARTMENT. The medicines used are specially
selected from the best chemical laboratories and
.importing houses, and can be relied oe,
. Besides bis personal attention, he has engaged
the services of a Graduate of Pharmacy as an as?
sistant, which will insure the greatest care in the
COMPOUNDING OF PRESCRIPTIONS.
9S~ Prescriptions pnt np at all hours -
Day or MR lit.
fi. U. KELLERS, M. D.
G KIM VII.T & CO.'S PK UPA RATIONS I
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE OAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
AU fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. H. BARR,
May 8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
jM?rijiiuri), (Castings, <?ti*.
PHOENIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
CAMERON & CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c.,
Not. 4, 6, 8,10 and 12 PRITCHA RD-STREETS,
(NEAB THE DBT DOCK,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RIGE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND O EARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of a? good quality and power, and at as low rates as
can be had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft** Low-water Betector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
slay 17 OAO 3mos
^ J EETIMi-STKEKT FOUAiDHV.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various sues
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL?, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of oil sizes
ROBBE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, Irom 6 tc
10 feet in diameter
IMPBOVED LEVEE COTTON PRESSES for Hind.
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description!
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CA8TING3 FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS. SASH WEIGHTS, (tc, 4e,
WILLIA5I 8. HENEREY,
Af.1 cniNIS 1 AND FOUND ER.
No. 311 MEETING-STREET,
CHAHLE3TON, S. C.
August 3 mws
?-VERGNE S ELECTROCHEMICAL
BATHS.-A BRANCH OF DR. VEBGNE'S (OF NEW
YORE) Electro-Chemical Batas ls now established
and in daily operation in Meetimr, one door above
Budson-street, over the office of Dr. P. T. SCBLEY,
who has a private room for tb'.? especial accommoda?
tion o? thoct? who wish to be trfattd by the Medi?
cated Baths, which are celebrated for the cure of all
diseases produced by thv too liberal u*e ci Mercury
in any of its form.-: alia Rheumatism, acute and
chronic; Gout, Lead Poisoning ic any form, Nervous
Affections, Debility, anl Ch CO lie Diseases gener?
Dr. 8. will administer the Baths by instructions
direct from the discoverer, Dr. V., which embrace
many recent and useful hints.
HS-UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVE
NOE - COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, SECOND DI?
TB1CT, SOUTH CAROLINA-CHARLESION, MAY
1,1809.-The undersigned, Collector, will be in at?
tendance at No. 48 Broad-street, Charleston, until
May 31st, to receive from residents of the City of
Charleston, St. James' Sac we, St. James' Goosecreek,
St Thomas and St. Dennis, St. John's Berkeley, St.
John's Colleton, St. Andrew's, St. Stephen's and
Christ Church, Special or License Taxes, also Taxes
on Income, Billiard Tables, Carriages, Pla'e and
Gold Watches, included in the annual list for 1869.
Unless payments are made on or beforo the day
above named, the hw imposes additional charges.
Taxpayers are informed that the Collector has no
power to deduct the five per cent, penalty an i one
per cent, per month Interest on taxes not pa'd with?
in the time specified in the notices.
Neither is the Collector responsible if the parties
who require Licenses do not receive their notices, as
they are iavariably put in the Postofflce. All Licenses
are due ten days (rom date of notice.
WILLIAM E. CLOUTMAN,
May 4 t"?th* Collector.
One Ten horse Bngine and Boiler, amd one
Woodworth Planing Machine, with Driving'
Belt to Engine, all in good order, at Auction.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY.
1HI3 MORNING, tho 23d instant, at ll o'clock",
at Ko. 23 Lynch-street between Montagne and;
Wentworth. Sale positive. r
lenna cicab,_tn tb ?3_May 22
Atsets of the Insurance and Trust Company of
BY Z. B. OAKES.
Will be sokt, on 1UE>DAY, 23tu inst, near the OM
Postoffire. at ll o'clock.
The A8SET8 OF'lHE INSURANCE AND THUS!
COMPANY of Charleston.
235 HALF SHAHES SOUTH CAROLINA KAIL
$4000 Six per Celt Bonds East Tennessee andi
Georgia Railroad Company
$6000 Keven por Cent. Bonds City of Savannah
$1000 Seven per Cent Bond Memphis and Otarle3
ton Railroad Company
$3000 Seven per Cent Bonds South Carolina Rail?
$2600 Six per Cent Bonds Greenville and Colum?
bia Bailraad Company, guaranteed by 8 ta ie of South;
$2000 Fix per Cent Ronda City of Metnpbis. guar?
anteed by Memphis and Charleston Railroad Oom?
2 Bonds, $60 each. State of fou th Carolina Bereit
per Cent, dated February 1,1861
?6809 City ol Charleston Six per Cent Stock
$500 Bond Memphis and Ohio Ballrjad
20 abares Preferred Stock North oas tern Railroad
$375 Certificate of Indebtedness South Carolin?
$266 Certificate of Indebtedness Northeastern Rail?
26 Shares Bank Charleston Stock
63 Sharo8 Peoplo's Bank
20 abares Bank Georgetown
217 ? baree State Bank
330 Shares Bank ot South Carolina
363 i-nares Farmers' and Exchange Bank
$100.000 Confederate States Registered Stock
$32,350 Cou'c crate h tates Eigi t per Cent Bonds
$9600 Confederate States Four per Cent Bonds
$20 000 Interest bearing Coniederate Treasury
The two story granite iront BUILDING, No. S
Broad->trect, well known as the om e of the Com?
pany, and one of tho best business stands OB
Brcad-etr*et. Lot 20 feet front and 110 feet deep.
Conditu ns-For tho secu ?'dca caah; for the real
estate one-third cash; balance in two equal annual
instalments, with Interest at ten (10 peroeut. pay?
able semi annually ; building to be kept insured and
policy assigned ; or J ll cash at tbe option of (he pur?
chaser. Purchasor lo pay lor papers and stamps.
49-savannah Repabllcan. Angosta ConstitnUoa
alist Uaroo Telegraph and ColumbiaPhosnix will
In sert above and send bills immediately to auctioneer.
UNDER DECREE I Al EQUITY.
Hannah Euston vs. James E. Walker.
A. c. MCGILLIVRAY,
Will be sold on TUESDAY, the 8th day of Jung
next, in front of tbe old Customhouse, in Charles
ton, at ll o'clock A. M. precisely,
AU that certain LOI OF L?ND. with the Build?
ings thereon, eitutte on the west side of Meeting
street w ard No. 4, and known as the Mo. 183, la
the City of Charleston; measuring and containing ia
iront on Meeting-strfet 23 feet 0 luchen, and in depth,
from cast to west 144 feet, bethe a-mo more or lest.
Butting and bounding east on Meeting-street, to th?
weit and north on lands of James E. Walker, south)
on lands of Robert 8. Mt lar.
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the BaUdings there?
on, next north and adjoining the lot above describ?
ed, situate on tho west side ol Meeting-street, Ward 4,
and known also as No. 133 and lately occupied as th?
offic? of the CharltttoD Meronry.jaaawuriug and?on- .
Urning In front on Meeting-st tv ive* u*?r? 6r loss",
on the northern line from east io we 195 feet, thea
running from south to north 31 feet 3 inches, thea
on the northern line 49 feet, on tbe weat Une 40
feet 8 Inches, and on the south line 144 feet, be" tho
same more or less, bu fing and bound -ng east On?
Meeting-street, to the south and west on Ianda of
the said James E. Walker, asa to the north on lands
of the estate of Walker and E. Adams
Terms-One-third ta?h; balance In four equal
succ?s ive annual ins tal m en tn, with interest thereon
at rate of 7 per cent per annum, payable semi-an?
nually, to bo secured by bond or bonds of the pur
c baser and mortgage of the said premises; Ute
bnildlngs to be insured ard policy assigned. Pur?
chaser to pay for papers and stamps
' E. W, M. MACKEY, 8. O. O.
Brick Store House. Philadelphia street.
BY LOUIS D. BeSAUSSURE.
On TUESDAY, the 23th May, at ll o'oloek A. M.,
wiU be sold at the Old Fosiofflce, Broad -street,
The two-story BRICE SI ORE HOUSE, with slate?
roof, known as "No. 1 HALL," PhUadelphia-street,
being well built and contiguous to the basinets por?
tion of East Bay. The Lot measures about 36 feet
front by about 79 feet deep, more or less.
Conditions-One-half cash ; balance by bond, bear?
ing 7 per cent interest payable in one year, to b?
secured by a moitgage of the property j building to
ro Insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for revenue stamps and papers.
Brick Residence on Church-street.
BY LOUIS B. BeSAUSSURE.
On TUESDiY, the25th instant, at ll o'clock A. M.,
wUy>o ?old at tbe Old Postoffloe, Broad-street,
TheWHREEMOBYBBlOK RESIDENCE, No. 16
Chuirh-street, (about midway between Wateratreet
and Lightwood Alley.) containing eleven rooms and
double piazzas; on the premises are brick kitchen.
Lot measures about 36 feel iron I by 134 feet deep,
more or less.
Conditions-Ono fourth cash; balance by bond
braring semi-annual intt rest payable in four equal
successive annual instalments, to be secured by a
mortgago ot the p.operty ; house to be insured and
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay lor papers and
revenue stamps. thstu5 mtu2 May 13
Estate Sale, by Order Executrix-Torrie,
formerly Carew's Steam Saw Mills, so?tth
west corner Washington and Chapel street?,
opposite Northeastern Railroad Company
BY ALONZO J. WHIT B & 80N.
On TBUBSDAY. the 27th instant, at ll o'clock, at
the Old Poetoface, loot of Broad-street, will bo
That extensive and valuable. PROPERTY, situate
at the southwest corner ot Washington and Chapel
streets. weU known as tORRt'rt, and formerly aa
Carew's Steam taw Mills, wit? Engine Machinery,
kc Lots measure on Washington-street 274 feel; on
Chapel-street 210 feet; on ?est line 192 feet; on south
lino 200 feet, be the said dimensions more or less.
That MUD OR MARSH LOT opposite to Lots above
described, lying on east side of Washington-street,
measuring 80 feet 5 taches iront ou Washington?
er eel, ana in depth 151 feet 5 inches on nor ii Une,
and 176 feet on couth line, affording, by means of sa
elevated bridge or sUp over Wash ngton-atreet, con?
venient access to and from mUl property to safd mud
or water lot.
All of the above property, particularly delineated
by description plat, made bv Messrs. Hame and
Tennent, Survoyor*. which will be sold together, In?
cluding Engine., Machinery, Ac, in said M Ul House.
'Jue above property is admirably adapted ibr phos?
phate or otber manufacturing purposes. Purchaser*
are invited to examine property and plat
Conditions-One-fifth cash; balance payable ia
one, two, turee and four years, secured by bond,
bearing interest at the rate of 7 per oeat, parable
semi-annually; a mortgage of the entire property
sold ; balldings to be insured and policy assigned*.
Purchaser to pay ?or requinte and sufficient titles,
and requisite stamps on aU the pipers.
May 13 tbs4 ruwtbS
PEP.?ONS WISHING TO HAVE PHOTOGRAPHS
tinted with care and taste can bave their orden?
promptly filled by leaving thom at Hohnes' Book.
Houae. Written directions should ia each caso b?
given as to the style of coloring preferred.
April 22 '3m oe?
(ppp, tottf>, &f.
ATTENTION, YE SMOKERsT
IF YOU DESIBE TO SMOKE A GENUINE IM?
PORT ED HAVAN A OIOAB and LE AK OBAOCO.
rall at No. 80 MABEET-S'I BtET, where you wfll
find sow open for inspection 'he largest sud most
se ect stock of Cigars and Leaf - obaooo ever larport
ed to this market and walch we offer at a price that
wiU satisfy aU dem indi.
Who'esale and Reta?, by
SAYAS & MARINAS,
No. Sd HA KU l.T-S'l'KE HST.
January 1 _wa
(Ullina, (?eflflsmorr, <?tf.
AT COfcT ! AT CONT ! AT COST !
China, Glass and Crockery at Cost.
ON ACCOUNT OF A CHANGE OP RUHDYESfll
we will pea off our fine Stock of 03 INA,
GLASSWARE, Crockery, Fancy GooJt, Japanned
Ware and Limps Ac. Ac AT cos rat retail.
A rare opportunity ls now offered to supply vacan?
cies in house and kitchen.
MCDOWELL A SON.
Corner o? King and Ll bert/-fl treats.
The Store TO RENT. 6 May tts