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CIT Y A F F ?Xit S *
W. L. I. Charitable Association, at 8 P. M.
Carolina Dramatic Club, at half-pas: 7 P. If.
washington Pira Company, at S P. If. . 1
St. George's SorUty, ai 2 P. sf. . *
Auction Sales This Oar.
Leitch 4 Brans will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Do?lar Store, balance cf stock cu hand and fix?
TOR BALTIMORE.-The steamship Maryland la
unavoidably detained until thia afternoon, at 4
?. M. _
AQBICTTLTORAL FAIR.-Tb? Advertiser urges
the Edgefleld folks to bestir thtmselvea, organize
an agricultural society, and have a fair in Octo?
ber. A good move.
IMPORTANT TO MARINERS.-By order of the
Lighthouse board; on and after the 15th day of
Kay, 1871, the lights exhibited from the Weehaw
ken Light vessel and on Castle Plnckney will be
fixed rea. Instead of se at present, fixed vtfi?e
tights. ? ai-i
SOGAR ANO MOLASSES.-The cargo of sugar
az J molasses per brig Normanby, from Dem era ra,
received'by Mr. W. P. Hall, of our city, ls re?
markable for its superior quality, the sugar
being of fine color and preparation, and thc mc
lasses for tts body and sweetness.
COLONEL BACON'S HORSES.-Both Corsican
aud Nannie Doug aa have been brilliantly success?
ful lately in Mobile and New Orleans. In the lat?
her city, a few'days ago, Corsican won one uf the
grandest and moat holly contested races of the j
THE VQ?TNT PJ-SABANT ELECTION -A? an
etectlouheltfat^ilonHt-Jnea??at, ott Wednesday,
tie I9?h In?tanti. for;?nten<.?init and seven " war
dens, the following ticket was elected, viz : In?
tendant, Geo. F. Kinloch. Wardens-T. D. Jer
vey. J. Y. DuPre, Juo. witschen. /. H. Patjens,
O. K. Whltridge, R. A. Cendal:, M.' W. Yenning.
ST. GEOBOE'S SOCIETT.-The annual meet?
ing of this, society wu; be held at the Oaks Club?
house at ? P. M. today. Dinner w;U be served at j
3 P.-M. priclsely. Omnibuses, for the use of the j
members sud invited guests, will leave the Fire?
proof Building at ballast. 1 ??clock and at
eTc?ock t?-day? '
EXCURSION DOWN THE H A B B o R .-The
steamer St. Helena wi 1 leave Market wharf ax
half-past 8 o'clock, to morrow morning, on an ex?
cursion down the harbor. She will accompany rho
war steamer Meteor on the way down, and ai.
who wish to have a pleasant time an.', bid adieu
to* nie gallant officers of the Prussian vessel had
better secure seats.
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY ANNUAL.-We
have received a copy of this annual from R. G.
Dun ? Co., No. S Hayne street. It contains a j
mass of valuable information in regard te the j
mercantile laws of the different States, and has,
besides, a variety of miscellaneous infurmatlon
of Importance to bus io ?ss men. Published by
Dun, Barlow A Co., New York.
SODDEN DEATH.-Mr. Porter B. Burnham,
well-known In Greenville, was found dead near j
i the gate or his mother's residence, In that place,
. on Sunday morning last, about 5 o'clock. The
jury of Inquest empanelled bx the oaae, rendered
a verdict of death from congestion or the brain.
The deceased waa quit? dead when discovered,*no
one knowing ftow long the unfortunate mau had
la:'. when round.
Caucus MEETINGS_In anticipation of the
coming municipal election, a batch of du<ky
politicians are airea- y on the qui vive, and
several caucus meetings have been held at the
Workhouse lately. These, lt ls understood, are
presided over by the colored keeper, Wm. Dart,
and are held on the principle of '-no white men
need apply." Thia corpa count certainly, and
with some reason, on the support of the prisoners
w'ao pass through the House of Correction.
ST. MARK'S FAIR, -The handsome manner in
which thlB fair haa been got up and conducted ls
bringing Its own reward, and the beautiful hall
was filled last evening with a large assemblage of j
visitors. The tables were well patronized, and
the raffling went on with more than usnal spirit.
Once more the Chicara Cornet ind String Band
had offered their services and regaled the numer?
ous visitors with a succession of sparkling and
popular airs. The ra ir was kept open until a late
CLUBS AND STARS.-Sarah Reed and Priscilla
Davis, two colored nymphs or th* pavement, and
J. J. Johnson, a-Tart youth, arrested fur disturb?
ing the neighborhood by cursing and abusing one
another, at the corner of Queen and state streets,
on Thursday night, were sentenced each to pay a
^Jne or $5, or go to Jail for ten days.
Julius Hamilton, a .?mall boy. Who persisted In
sleeping several nights at Mr. Perkins's premises,
la Princess street, and could not be got rid ot,
was arrested and -eat by the Mayor to the House
of Correction for twenty days, under-the vagrant
EXCURSION or 4Ka?3ftbQT Bor.-This fine
steamer leaves tWfclty again this morning upon
ah excursion to the plantations and phosphate J
works along the Ashley Elver. A day In the |
country at tala season ls one of the greatest pleas?
ures known, and with sneh scenery and real-j
deuces as the Ashley bogata, cannot fall to afford
the highest possible delectation to an admirer of
silvan beauties. The deltghtrul spring weather is
rast passing into tie heat or aummer, ar4 all
ahou'd now enjoy the delights or sacing
How Flora decks the a ids
With ail her tapestry ! and ihe choristers
Of every grove ch au ut carole.
THE NILSSON CONCERT.-The fair Swede has
arrived, and the concert excitement la at Its
height. In Richmond the enthusiasm was 30
great, that ladles blistered their bauds and yoong
men stamped oir their soles. And, allowing Tor
the difference or latitude, lt will be the same
thing In Charleston. It may be many years be?
fore we have another oopqrtuaiijr^ of Jtear?ag. ip
tuts city, on the same n^uC-tha gratest ?
prirao, the greatest tensr aautbe greatest violin?
ist tax the country. Those; ar l they are few, who
de not go to the Nilsson ooncarts will regret their
.mission for the r astor:' toeir .nu uraltee < ? IC au
the sitting-seats are take** u is ha?s?,? ufk$ ?
^tancUng-seat.than to mies the Miss aa concerts.
- 5-i -V'.-r-' - ? ?; . '.- s
CRDTBKL-The folio wing, appolntuaents. ha ve
oeen" announced a: the expenttve department :
.J. L. Vanning, Jury comjuisibter of Olaxamloh
Ooanty; John P. Adatna, Jury commissioner of
Richland County. * , | j?\
Th? Dan Rivet and -CoalTlfrMs KaSroa? ?r?
.peny organised m simsvillelast wee^nn^r uje
charter granted bj the Legislature, Colonel W/in.
Johrstcawafl eiecwd prrsi'drat. The ro*a Mrtp
oonrrect ?tsiwiae and-DBjxvlU*. ? virglnti
tte Sd or Maj -*plnp*ehev when the
hold eva or the a bot? *>aj? h o urta elf au na al _ ateet
tng, to electa hoard or. director s the eoatr^
the-presidency grows more active ame
ftteada of Colonel william. .*
incumbent, and Dr. A. H. Davega, ot i
IBB BRTDEAUCHEaBDND PICNIC-The
tensrre prep ?ra wo OJ Walo a had been. Ojiada for
this picnic cu ?rn mated yesterday hr otra, of .the
MK pleasant affairs, of the Bad which bave
*ea given during tee spring. The Sehnzeaplats
waa alive wtth tia ram,bee of the members of-the
Bond, a ad a flue ban? ta th? bilt-rooaa senti rorth
a?;4at_ervato at rai -a or .oeil ci oas dance m^lc.
Tb? votaries of Tarp-dcAore?oJoyed Ute pre?lt\oas
aameats, and orts^dft *MMang haiUan?e
mo?ts oT every descrips lon, from a ob lid's ?w?ag
tAs hjwre bo* li OK' aUey^cmployed tie. gay pi aaa
have gathered ta
the society or their countrymen in Charleston.
~TBE.DBJ.TB OE JUDGE PLATT.
-A-iMQjfli telegram baTupJienrs,-trpmjB<ken,
annonc?es rrre death, on* Th ri rad ar "night, of the
Hon. Zephaniah Platt, judge or the Second Circuit,
embracing the Counties of Barnwell, Coller?n and^
Bom thrjerguartera of a aentusr ago, in the
State of Kew Torie, Judge "Platt, within the past
fifty years, has ailed many honorable positions.
As a lawyer, he was employed by the General Gov?
ernment in settling the complicated claims of rae
United States on the Pacific coast. He served
with distinction as the attorney-general of the
State of Michigan, and in all the relations of life
appears to have won that credit which attaches
to high integrity in the discharge of official duty.
Judge Platt was descended rrom the oldest fami?
lies of New York. His grandfather waa a signer
of the Declaration of Independence. His father
was one sf the supreme judges of the State, a
compeer and friend of Dewitt Clinton, and, as ac?
knowledged by Governor Clinton In one of his '
public documents, the originator of the great Erie
Canal. His connections on both sides have left
their hand-mart: on the history of their State, and
Judge Platt himself exhibited in hrs career, both
here and elsewhere, those strong elements of char?
acter which have Identified the name with many
of the pubUc events of the past He was a Chris?
tian, and a gentleman ia ' every sense of
the word. Honest in his convictions, be
sought to do right. Justice was the watch-,
word- of his life. Tender hearted, with lm-?
pulses as warm as those of youth, and yet
fearless in the performance of what he conceived
to be his duty; courteous alike to friend and foe;
exhibiting at times the highest type of moral
courage, and ta all the relationships cf life con?
scientiously obeying, as he understood them, toe
precepts of ?aw, society and na tore.
Jndge Platt came to South Carolina after the
war, and, m 1838, was elected by the General As?
sembly to the position which he held at the time
of his death. He resided ia Alkea, where he had
rfrrrhased the home which ne io tended should be
inlis?blfl lng place fir'tue. Tr%*? I
THE GRANITEVIT-LE MANUFACTURING COU?
PANT.-At a meeting of th? sto-kfcolder* of ?he
Graott?vHIb Manufacturing Company, held tn
Augusta, on Thursday, considerably more than
one-third of the stock was represented In person,
and a heavy representation by proxies. The elec?
tion resulted in the choice of the following named
gentlemen : President-H. H. Hickman. Di?
rectors-James P. Boyce, W. L. Trenholm, A. S.
Johnston, John OK. OJ art, H. Beattie: A. B. David?
son. Alexander Macbeth.
The entire old board were reelected, except
Captain J. J. Gregg, who, having retired, Mr.
Mace et rt, of Charleston, was elected lu his stead.
All the old executive officers were continued in
office, viz: W. E. MeCoy, cashier; James H. Giles,
se - re ta ry ; Gsorge Kelly, manager, John Knott,
UNITED STATEB Co-fi.is8.0NEB.-Cyrus
Fraser, yet another of Congress Middleton's
militia company, was brought before Commis?
sioner Porte?os yesterday morning, and examin?
ed on the charge, of voting under age at the
Bluffton poll. Beaufort Couoty. during the Guber?
natorial election last October. Cyrus failed to
squeeze oat more tuan twenty years at the pre?
sent time, aad ho"was -forthwith bound.over for
trial at'the Ma/iarm-ol the United States Dla
trlctCourt. 'fe? ,* : *.:- .?
Frank, sinclare wo? atso exkmmejl oa the
charger -b^n^?n?^Cte ??&ers^t Biggin
Church afc-the sameeieo?gn.V The evideice show
ed that Tte was among trie mwtUiag party, from
Straw^etJryi'arrriedtitrJt.'an cud fase? ; and one of
the itthtfsses, S&etfheu 'QrotfV^wor?. thar he
woui4j|?VarO??or fctrt?o" b?t focFzaak> thusly to?
ter ven tijnyivWfi f?vcrr. The prJsoatt>as bound
over 111 nttf?\ iT?irii unli?sni?T filtiniiiiniiii
THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT.-In this
court on Friday, the aist, .(Hons. Hugh-L. Bond
and Geo. S. Bryan presiding,) the following busi?
ness was transacted:
Harver Leroy va. Wm. Godfrey, receiver, et al.
The time in which the complainants were pre?
viously ordered to give security for costs was ex?
tended from the 1st or May to the 1st of June,
The committee having reported favorably as to
the qualifications of Wm. Stone, Esq., he was ad?
mitted to practice aad his name daly enrolled as
an attorney, solicitor and proctor of the United
Tne Jory having been unable to agree upon a
verdict iu the case of the Wlillman's Island Phos?
phate Company vs. the Marine and River Phos,
phate Mining and Man a rac tn ring Company, were
discharged, and a mistrial ordered to be en?
Harriet L. Sowers, administratrix, of Virginia,
va Wm. A. Washington. Verdict for the plain?
tiff for $808.
The arguments of counsel lu the case of Gaw
try, Frenan A Co. vs. Mary A. Dunovant, et al,
were heard, and the coart held thc case nuder ad?
IN THU DISTRICT COURT.
A ba'ance of $80 having been left unexpended
In the cases of Shumach A Blyth, assignees of
John W. Grady, against Grady & Hawthorn, and
against Grady, Hawthorn A Turbyfill, the same
was ordered to be paid to the petitioner.
A HAN BUN OTES ON THE RAILROAD TE ACE.
An Inquest was held yesterday morning over the
body of E colored maa, named John Graham,
who was killed by the locomotive of the outward
bound train on the Northeastern Railroad, just
after dark oa Thursday evening. The deceased
was the captain of a raft on Its way down the
Ashley rrom near Sommerville, aad belog obliged
to walt for the tide he had anchored at Happokl t's
Farm. From this place he walked to the city to
aet a tresh supply of provisions, aad was on hts
way back when the accident occurred. Just op?
posite the Foar Mlle'House, aad about one hun?
dred yards th s side of the scene or the accident,
he was overtaken by AtTy Drayton and another
colored person, who admonished him or'the ap?
proach of the train, aad told aim to get off or the
track upon which he was walking* They had
not left him fat.befpre the train went by,
and the englneasjj^lfed oat to them that the
man had been SM?KOB overjoy th*locomotive
Oa their rutara, U?fdecca--d waar fotad on one
side oiy&ie track-,- "perfectly <ie*$ his head
crusoe*, abd' his-brain^uteraity knacked out.
He was brough: to th?oTvy, ana oa t.'io'e'xaru le.a
Uon or UieJary oMnouest 'the above facts were
elicited.'* T?oe deceased w,,? though? ly the wit.
nesses io hav.? beeuut'aa intoxicated, condition,
and no provisions wara found about htm, but a
10 cent toil- or brea . Waa on the. track. It
ls supposed M?at he.oai^<r?p^d tuts as the train
turn o l the bend, and white stooping to pick lt op
was struck ia the head by the cow-catcher.
Owing to the absence of several material wit
ne-ses the Inquest was continued until this
morning at ll.o'clock, whoa toe examination will
Hotel Arrivais- \pril 21.
H. Beattie, Greeavllle; J. M. Byan, Willis
ton; James W. Williams, South Carolina; W. p.
Farmlag, New York; S. Lawrence and soo, Ohio;
G. ll. Lamar, Savanah; Joaqula kt. Detg .fio, itt
corio Acosta aad wife, New York; Loals K. Broad
bent. Baltimore;.}. EL Fowler, Thomas Grotedeld,
New York; W, J. Egan, Baltimore; Muses Sutton, '
Miss A. H. Sutton, Detroit; K.-D, La?ai, wire and
three condron, Miss Nell; - Clay .'Pi tis: jn.
.'.. PAVJLION HOTEL.
Charles A. Wakooaid.,jfew York; Robert Mc?
Kenzie, Florence; W". M. C-atweU, Ridgevllle.
J. M. Alston, Alabama; Mr. and Mrs. F. Sam
mers, - Parael, New York; G. B. Rowland. Garl?
en. Ga.; H. S. Pringle, Nashville; A. Harrold,
En.land; Mille Niie-oi, and two ?ervanu, lady
companions. M. JaweU, Mr. Brigand, aad servant.
Mr. Verger. Vleuxt.-m >s- Kr. tf ? >a\. Md le. Cary,
Mr. Natale, A. R. Mc II vain, Philadelphia; F. B.
Hoopen. Detroit; H. H. Wlbirt, New Turk; O.
Schehach. Beaufort; H. N. Faller, sooth Oarouaa;
H. IL Howe. PhUadeipoU; W. H. Pomeroy gad
wife, Miss Pomeroy aad maid.
J-MS ?.. .li^lJWar".T^"L!iJC.T?J-"iJl--1' .i
[ EiTRAouDLVAiir LUTING. - Nilsson and
troupe arrrved at the KTlla House yesterday after?
noon, accompanied by t we large wagon-loade pt.\
the most Saratoglsh.looking trunks that 'Jyer
?cite? the enry or a Flora Moffltnuey. Among
? baggage . were severai . Koah!a ' a?ks large
enough to accommodate a moderateiy-slied tim
Uy. Several of these trunks weighed not less than
soo poonda, and Con, the porter at thc Mills
House, who l3 a sort or modern Hercules, waa a
wager by shouldering the heaviest, and alone and
unaided carrying them, ta turn, to their destina?
tion. It ls a feat of strength which tew men in
. Charleston would attempt to rival.
J BoxLDfKQ AT THE CITADEL.-The large quan- ?
uty or lumber, noticeable for the past few days,
piled up on the green at the burnt wing or the
Citadel, ls at last being put to use, and the car?
penters are hard at work upsn it. They are about
to construct a line or afables around the outer j
Jdgc or the northwest corner of the greed, on the ,
rthRttsMea dr thc parallelogram or which the west
wing or the Citadel forms tb? forth. These atables
are built for che accommodation of the eighty or |
ninety horses belonging to Company C of the j
Third Artillery, which la expected here about the
let of May. The company will bring their battery
Of light guns?and will toe stationed- here. Com?
pany I, apart of which ls now on duty ht the
Citadel,- and the rest at different points around
the etty and harbor, wilt also remain.
^PAINFUL ACCIDENT.-Another accident of an
almost fatal character was added yesterday even?
ing, between eight and nine o'clock, to .the
numerous ones already caused by explosions of
keroseneoll. A colored nurse, with a white child
la her arma, was walking across the apartment,
jua: over Mr. F. L. O'Neill's grocery store on King
street, with a lighted kerosene lemp in her hani.
The wick, it seems, did not flt the lamp tightly,
and there being no lever to raise lt or keep lt tn
its place, the jarring made it rall through into the
lamp. A terrino explosion fallowed, and in a
moment the woman was in flames. She fortu?
nately threw down the child as the lamp explod?
ed, and lt escaped without Injury from the flames.
The cries or the woman quickly brought assis?
tance, aud in a short time the names were
extinguished. Uer clothing was burned from her
arm and side, and ber flesh was badly burned
from her neck down, the akin hanging on her
arm. Dr. Raoul waa quickly summoned, and
everything done to relieve her sufferings. Her
burna, lt ia thought, will not prov? ratal, although
or a very serious nature.
A DEAD THING ON* THE TIGER. -Jacob Bry-1
ant was tried before Trial Justice McKinlay yes?
terday on the charge or awlndliag a colored
woman out or $5. It sesm3 that Jacob, who is
one or your cute darkles, mee his rrtend, Ned
Walker, on the street, and displaying a large roll
or greenbacks, hinted that there were plenty
mere where that came from. A confidential talk
followed, in which Jacob dlaetoeed to his credu?
lous hearer that he had " the' dead thing on the
Tiger," and that ir Walker would furnlah a V he,
Jacob, would go and bust up Ben. Riols, and
divide the proceeds. The latter Jumped at *he
idea, but had nr ruuds. Upon reflection, how?
ever, he thought he could squeeze ir out or his
sister-in-law. The two went to her house, and
she having produced the required sum In small
blas, Bryant grabbed the same, and leaving
Walker behind, lest Blois should " smell a mice,"
he walked off with the money, and waa heard of
no more by hts dupe. The alater-ln-law, knowing
nothing about thu Tiger business, and, upon her
complaint. Bryant was arreated. He waa found
guilty, and sent to the House of Correction for j
thirty Jays. A charge of the like nature as the
above awaits htm at the termination of Mat/re?
-? ? ?. t.
THE CATHOLIC FAIR-FITTH EVENING.-The
n umber of visltore at the fair last evening was as
large aa cn any ol the preceding evenings, and a ?
dense mase or humau beings swayed slowly
around the hall during the time the rair was kept
open. To cros9 the room waa a ta'k attended with
difficulty, and only to be accomplished by pati?
ence, perseverance, and an expenditure or small
change. Diminutive beings were constantly tn
the wij, and every advantage was taken or a
pause to invite the visitor to inspect a raffle list.
The numberer these deluding papera which were
being carried around exceeded all calculation,
and a young lady without one waa a curiosity.
Several Impromptu lotteries of trifling articles
were got up on the spur or the moment and prov?
ed themselves handsome speculations. Among
the vest crowd that Ulled the hall many new and
welcome faces were to lie seen, and the evening
was without doubt one of the moet profitable of
tho fair. On Saturday evening there la no excuse
for staying away, and lt is. expected that all who
have not done BO will now come forward andflve
thoir oouatenance", if nothing else, to the efforts
or th? ladies and manageva,-.'
The following prizes were won Jast evening:
Velvet vest, a M. Townsend; cigar stand, G. Col?
lina; fine canary bird. Miss Belle Harvey; hand?
some fruit cake, Mr. M Cochrane; pair pictures
L. J. Blane; handapme butter-di-n. Mr. Maloney;
fruit cake, J. H. Devereux; handsome copy New
Testament, Miss M. Glenson; Bohemian toilet set,
Jeanette Du can; chinas ucerand cu?, Kate Fur?
long; gold ring, Paul H. Deezap; one doll, M'ss
Broumer; beautiful wax crees, G. W. Longe; ele?
gant fruit cake, F. L. Shubre; half dosea pocket
handkerchiefs, Tim O'Brien; Red Riding Hood, M.
E. Henry; silver castors. Thomas Tobin; photo?
graph of Rev. Mr. Shadier, Ohas. Aimer; photo*
graph of Rey. Mr. Quiglay, Wm. Byrne; two beau?
tiful ornaments, R. K. ; one roast pig, J. M. Boker;
one meerschaum pipe, Ml-a B. L. Lynch; an ele
egantcake, Misa Marie F. Ali?ar; an elegant cake.
Misa Sarah Welch; china cup and saucer, H.
Oliver; china match-box, L. Stoppelhelu: bottle
extract, Cecilia Buchhett; handsome rruit cake,
Miss Amina Folien; handsome doll, L. A. Tanlun
BUSINESS N O ? I G E S.
Rosan* us.-Many of our readers have
doubtless noticed, in their dally perusal of this
journal, that there ls a medicine known as "Rosa
dalis, " which, if thc advertisement ia to be believ?
ed, will work wonderful cures. Had *we no other
authority lor the truth or these claims we might
perhaps hesitate to give lt our entire confidence.
But we know from reliable druggists I? this city
that Rosadalis has been extensively tried through?
out the South, and been found admirably adapted
to the diseases incident to this climate, lt ls be?
lieve! to be one of the best alteratives and blood
purifiers ever put forth In this age teaming with
nostrums and panaceas. We have tt also upon
positive and trustworthy authority that many of
the. physicians, both in city and country, use lt
"regularly In their practice; although some, with
the Tear or the Medical Society before tnelr eves,
timidly empty the coatenta of the Kosadails bot
tie into a common vial, before they give lt to their
patients Kosadali? ls not a secret remedy, a? the
tngred.ents are given on the wrapper with every
bottle. Read the advertisement.
EGGS BISCUITS, 30 cents per pound, at
a:ir22-l KINSMAN BROS.
JUST OPENED. SO pieces Black Alpaca, rang?
ing r*pm si cent? to $L Very cheap, at
? aprtW-ihumS ts rou., WBSB t Ca
Ft ITT DOZEN LADIES' HOBE, at 26 cents. The
above gouda are very cheap, at
aprJ0-thsm3 STOLL, WK BB A Co.
ONE CAB? PAST COLORED LAWNS, (warrant?
ed,) at cents, due casj La vn-f at IO cents
More of those cueap Bareges, at i2S<eenu, at
apr20-tbsms STOLA, WKBI A Co.
BUSINESS. ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS' Job othca
:s uow prepared to rurnish gooil euvelopesj tilth
misiacss car's printed thereon, at fi per thous?
and. Seud . our orders. Everv merchaut and
nusiness -nan should have hi? card pnuteu ou
. '.... ? . .-? . #
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS CHEAPER THAN EVER !
In Velvet ami Leather bindings, T5 cents; old
price 90 cents. In Velvet and Leather bindings,
wau; Ahd price si. la Velvet uud Leather
bltuunga. $1; old price Si 35. tn Velvet and Lea?
ther ?iiidmgs, $120; old price $1 50.
HASBL sr. BAZAAR, AND No. 181 KINO ST.
1. , No,SALI, SALT <?SEB^ PI^TER^NOSIE I?JXX,
nor an j adult?rant o: tW kind used in -fives'
Superphosphs/e.; Kmsmfu. & flaireu . ar*-rtae
agents. -y s
PARCHEESI ? PARCHEESI !-A royal game of
India. HABEL" STRB?T BAZAAR,
aprto And No. lei K'tng Street.
To CLOSE out our stock of Tenpin*, Tool
Chests and Building Blocks, we hare reducad the
prices to very-low figures.- , -f?
No. rsi Cum sr., -AND BASEL ST. BAZAAR
GMO?ipvcl C&OQCETH OROQTjjt ! I !-Im
rnenae" reduooon m. price t The larges! Flew
croquet si M.-.-': ?^'?^y-*ftj?
HAdXL STREET BAZAAR AND NO. 181 ELtKO ST.
nara ' '"_' .' *
THE ATTENTION OP WATCH-BUYERS is called
to onr large stock of Waltham Wat chea. These
Watches.ha va been long known thcooghont the
United Slates as the bert and cheapest In, the
market. All Watches "guaranteed. ' : ,:
W. CARHDJOTOK A CO.,
maris ^ No. aa? Ring street.
MAPES' SUPERPHOSPHATE bas been retraced
to $50 cashf and $00 on time. Kinsman A Howell
are the agents fdr the State. r
MARE roos CLOTHING !-Order your Stencil
Plates at the na iel street Bazaar. oetM-fs.
ATTENTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic viewB
or Charleston and vicinity, at No. ??i King street,
or at the" Hasel street Bazaar. uovT2
?aT- READ OAREP UL LT
PETER AND AGUE.
The only preventive known for Chilla and Fever
ls the use of Wolfe's Schiedam Schnapps.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
& good far Dyspepsia.
ls a preventive of CRIUJ?and Fever.
WOLFFS SCHODAM SCHNAPPS
Is good ror-ali- Kidney and Bladder Complaints
WOLKftS SCHIED Ali SCHNAPPS
Li used all over the World by Physicians In their'
'WOLFE'S SCHiEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for Goat. .
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is good for all Urinary complaints.
WOLFFS SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
Is recommended by all the Medical Faculty.]
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM 8CHNAPPS
Ls good for Colic and pain ia the stomach.
WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS
ls Imitated and counterfeited, and purohasem will
have to use caution in purchasing.
I beg leave to call the attention of the reader to
testimonials ia favor of the Schnapps:
1 feel bound to say that I regard your SCHNAPPS
aa being in every respect pre-eminently pure, and
deserving of medical patronage. At all events lt
b the purest possible article of Holland gin, here?
tofore'unobtainable, and as such may be safely
prescribed by physicians.
DAVID L. MOTT, M. D., J
Pharmaceutical Chemist, New York. j
LOUISVILLE, Ky., September 1.
I feel that we have now an article of gin Butt
?'Me for such cases as that remedy la adapted to.
DR. J. W. BRIGHT.
"Schnapps" ia' a remedy ta chronic catarrhal (
complaints, Ac. <
I take great pleasure in bearing highly credit- (
able testimony to its efficacy aa a remedial agent '
In the diseases for which you. recommend it. (
Having a natural tendency to the mucous sur- \
face's, with a slight degree of stimulation. I re i
gard lt as one of the most important remedies tn
chronic catarrhal affections, particularly tho?*, ol
the gealto-urlnary apparatus. With much re- | j
spec:, your obedient servant,
CHAS. A. LEAS, M. D., New York. j
No. 26 PINE STREET, N. Y.. NOV. 21,1867. .
UDOLPHO WOLFE, ESQ., Presera: DEAR SIR-1 |
have made a chemical examination of a sample
of your "Schiedam Schnapps," with the Intent of
determining tr any foreign or Injurious substance
ind been added to the simple distilled spirits.
TheeaaminaUon has resulted ia the conclusion
that rh? sample contained no poisonous or harm?
ful admixtures. I have been unable to discover
any trace of the deleterious substances which
are sometimes employed lu the adulteration of
liquors. I wonld not hesitate to use myself, nor
to recommend to others, for medicinal purposes,
the ' Schiedam Schnapps" as an excellent and
unobjectionable variety of gin. Very respectfully
yours, (Signed) CHAS. A. SEELY, Chemist.
CHEMICAL AND TECHNICAL LABORATORY, \
18- EXCHANGE PX A CS. N. Y., NOV. 25, 180T. j
?DOLP?O WOLFE, Esq. : DEAR SIR-The under?
signed have carefully and thoroughly analysed a
sample ot y erar "Aromatic Schiedam Schapps."
selected by ourselves, and have found the same
free rrom all organic or inorganic substances,
mare or less injurious to health. From the result
Of^ferexamiaatlon we consider the article one of
superior quality, healthful as a beverage, and
effectual In 1? medicinal qualities.
Raspectf .illy yours,
(Signed; ALEX. TRIPPEL, Chemist.
FRANCIS E. ENGE LH \RD, M. D'.
. For sale by all respectable Grocers and Dm
. - UDOLPHO WOLFE'S EST..
marti-3 mos No. 22 BEA VER STREET, a.
Cigars, iobarco. Ut.
QIGARS. TOBACCO, SNUFF, Ac. '
The undesigned. Proprietor, of "EMPEROR
WILLIAM CIO AR EMPO-tlUM," No. 310 Klntr
street, three doors south of Socletv street, resp?ct
fully states to the smoking, c ewing and Snnf
Qng public, that he has concluded io offer extra
inducements ro Wholesale and Retail Consumers
or CIGARS, TOBACCO. .SNUFF. Ac, by dlspo-dng.
of hts Stock at such prices as to sac uro a larne
and rellanle trade. An extensive a-. J complete
assortment or all articles la his Une of easiness IH
kept constantly on hand, trivia? a facility or
filling, without delay, all orders extended to him,
aocompalaed with cash or draft on responsible
houses ia the city. Purchasers are requested to
examine his perfect Stock befor.; trading; else?
where. WM. .*H RODER,
Proprietor of Emperor William Ot/ar Store.
Stuns an? Jrarnisiung vttooos.
SCARFS AND TIES.
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE
THE RUGBY CRAVAT IBOW. |
COLLARS AND CUFFS.
. FLORENCE BRIGNOLI
LO! THERE DISRAELI .
CLUB HOUSE CLUB HOUSE
A Fresh Stock of Fine Fur?
nishing Goods of all kinds, at
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
MEETING STREET, OPPOSITE HARK RT.
B. CAtiPE-NT BR,
ATTORNKY AT LAW,
No. ya.BROAD STREET,
Will Practice la the 3Ate and Federal courts.
LIST t>K;??TTK?8 remaining ta tue Pc3tornce
at-Cllarteston; /or* the week- ending April 2L?
lah, and printed r>?tclauy ia -THE DAILY NEWS,.
as the newspaper baying the larges: circulation
In the City of Oharlestt-'n.
??Persons'calling 5pr Letters- Advertised,
ahontd state that they are "'Advertised.''
49* Qtice hoers from 8 A. M. to SK P. H. On
Sundays, from *>,' to ?X P. M. '
_J_r STANLET R. TROTT. Postmaster.! - ?
adam?, Rose isler, Elisabeth Pritchard. Mag
Aiken, Betsey -Jefferson, Miss parcogo, Joanna
alston Marti = Cealy . . Ralney, Miss
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?ann. H anora j M B Tickleson, Liber
iuuie. Mite 6 . Miller, Mrs E M Tabla, Mrs M J
Carly, Adeline McDonald, Mrs Townsend, Ann
il li sander, AO- TA Tucker, Adeline
nie McDugal, Belle Turner, Eliza
Elliott, Hester MoOutfy, Fannie Taryn, Ellen
Syos, Laura McKnight, Miss Walker, Mrs S
Felder, Emma A E B
.Istrrr.irne, Jane McMlchael, Mrs Walker, M'ssS
R - Morton Walker, Eliza
."enneren, Mary,Neil, Mias Julia | Walton, Mrs Ma
foster, Isebell Sichoia, Nattle ry
."ester. Meltiaer Nieder, Elisa Waiaiight,Dlan
."usebehrc. Cat-1 North, Mise L 0 na
areuc ICBrlen, Maggie Ward, Annett
Sad-or. Char<; o 1 Want, Mrs M
lotte Oliver, Dianna Warnett. Mary
libbs, Marta El Oseby, Mary Washington, Sa?
la Ann rah
Jtbbes, Cletta F Oustm, Dianna Wannless, Mrs B
.lock, Lena Owen, Mary W R
Moves, Misa T Paimer.Rebeca- Webster, Mra,
Hover, HG ca NolKWaarket
Jrunne. "Au- Parr. Mary street'
g'Ust Parker, Lizzie White. Lilly
?rant. Liddy Parker, Clara WhruVy, Mr?M J
lornel'., Evellee Parker. tasan Whltne, Miss
Hayward, Marv Partridge, Mary Talalu
lalsell, Mrs A E Patteson, Rose- Wllv, Dido
larbers, caro- lie wilkerson, MJS
Une Pearson. Mrs James
lockady, Sarah Ann Williams, Mary
lowell, Mrs 0 P?rrv, Mary Jane
F Jane. Williams; Mr*
iogarth, Ella L Peck. MrsTFH^ Munday
3odgeB, Miss MlPicklng, Marthal wilson, Larowj
c ! A i Wincey, Re
?effman, Mrs B Plnckney. Guille i becca
Soward, Mar- Plnkard.Mrs M Kl Winton. Henry
gret Plnckney.Mrs Hi L
FJowar?. Louisa Poland, Mari ha Worrell, MTS A
lumley.Kachael)Prlce, Margret Woodword, Miss
H [Prier. Charlutte|Yates, Rone
Inwood, Eliza Prehoorse. Sen-Young, Sarah
beth j nie |.
limes, Jno W iGenih'y, Thos i Plnckney, W R
alexander, Gibson, Profes Plnckney, Sam
Richard "sor ? B Pitzell, W
liston, Jos A Hall, Charles . Powell, Wm
Alston, Jos D Hamilton, Ed- Pong, 0 W A*-Co
anderson, Ste- win W POpe, R R 1
phen Hart, Caswell Porter, Willis
Ashmore. H M Hazlett, James Prlckler, J R
atlas, Wm Hey der, C F Procter, Thoa
uties. Abmer Hertman, T Pratt, Wm N
Baker, ecson Higgin*, Antho <luaU', Geo
Baker, H ny HI jhersqn.
Baker,Washing- Horton, J M J?me
tua Hopkins, Jno T Rivera, Hector
Barry, Jno Horris, Jno Ro^es, J
Bartlett. Wm L Hood, J Ross, N J
Rallev. M H UuUen. Fred RusseU Samuel J
Bell, Wm 0 Rues, Jesse Ru<ig. rs. O H
Bell. Juo L Jackson, Messrs Rhodes, Moses
Beaudrot. Jas A Co soltero, Doml
Bisuiarck. M James. David nick
Blbor, C H Jenulnga, Geo Sauds, W R
BlOhme, M C I isaac Iscbatt, Johann
Blakeley. E P Jones, L H Seabrook, El
Bowen. E R Johnson. Pete more
Bolles. Harry Johnson, H W Seraken, Johann
Bohles, H F Johnson, W B Wlinem
Brauch, Scott A Johnson, C To- Sheehan, P
co bin sherman, Jno
Bresnahan, Pa- Kadenbach, Simmons, Ea
trick Jno , ward
Bruschi, Signor Kelley, Owen Simons ? Co
carlos ' Kcckley, James *rultb, H W
Bull. Dr W R B Smith, P
Buck, J A Co lKldder, F Sinith..E H
Burchflelil, Thos Kleran, Law- Suhl, Jbhann
Burroughs, Jas renee Spencer, Rlch
S Kuluin. Dr s- .ard
Buller, Wm C Samuel Steward, S V
Buhere.JH KUOIT, J F . iStroub, GW
Burns, Samuel Eolniea. Mr Stanch, Chas
Carson, Wm Rirck, Juo istxnlBwlters,
Cammer. Jos S Lantin. Michal I Mathew
Cap?is, J Lambert, Sam* -ullivan, J D .
Carney, Jno uel [Taylor. A
Casey, 0 L Leach, Jno (Tatura, Frank
Channel, Jesse l.lufrin. Jaynde Un
K i.ouelshu. Jas Thorne, Weston
Chad trie lt, Jno Lum*. Peter Thomas, Jno Y
i) Ma^m ? lia o. W B Vaobora, Jo
Childs. JR' Martin. "Edwd seph
Ohnraptln, San May, Daniel Vail, LS
dy . . Mathews, R V Verdl-r. W J .
ChtHllam, Juo Mathewea. J. R Watson, Geo A
Clement, Capt Mazvck, W f Wagner, Astley
W Ii Michel, Jno B ? _
Clark, E H Michael, Charles! Warren, Dr S
?oflfld Martin Mikel, Samuel Ward. Captain
Coffman, S B I Ml 1er, Mr William
Crawford, Rlch-i Miller, John Waitera, Thoa;
ard |Moore, Alfred waterman,-LS
Crofnam, Thos Moulson, Geo I Washing on,
Commlnfis, Wm Moultrie, K B | Thomas
Cerner, ciyranl Moult le, Josah i Wetterhahn,
Curtis, Geo Murphy, P ( Feitel
Davis, Robert C Murrav, J Alex-| Wessel, Rein
Dew.m. Edward an<ler j h ir i
Delgney. Chaa McCobb, J B vvesion, H C
Dewtre, James McCormick, Wetzel, Ferdl
Donntngs, Mal- -amuel nand
wine M".Cillar. W E Wheeler, Thoa
Uoscher, Henry McCanta. J 0 W
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Dousrias, Mr McIntyre, An- Thomas
D.'uglasJuo tus Williams, Dr D
D?lau, Patrick McKc. Ceo Rain?.-y
Bid ward .Ja fus McKent e.Joo L Williams, J G
Edwapt?, James IViokeison, S W Wilso ., J E
Klloga, Jack O'Donuel, Mar- Wilson, Har
Fagan, Jno tin ward
Farris, Caprain .i'?i/rman. S muon, Benja
AG Op.i L Julian Geo min
Flaum. J mendel Wohlk-n, H A
Porn". P D Passont, R C
Fredericks, Mr Pupis. Luigi Wright, Charles
Fra er. Jno A Patzers, T Hein vrii?nt. June
Kraiiclea, Jo- rich Wrlgnton,
seph People's Co-ope Arion
Gntsou, Peter native Asso- Voang, Wil
Gau-s. Charle* elation liam
Thoa Perrin, Mr.
tar Persons depositing letters'm the PostorHci
will please place thc stamp near the upper righi
hand corner of the envelope, and they wlU a'mc
please to remember that without the stamp a le':
ter cannot be mailed, but wUl be sent to the Derx
QB, YES ! OH, YES L OH, YES !
It becomes my pleasant Inly to Inform mv friend?
Hinfp lirons, that the time has again arrived foi
them ro ooanience cleaning ami repalriuf* then
Household furniture. Mattresses and Be-is ead?.
Try a remedy that never falls; send for Hie Doctoi
who keeps the K .rnlture Inflruarv at. So. 31
Queen ?creet. Ilitvinr greatly enlame'! my
Invalid Furniture H?pital I am uow prepared U
treat patients in inat linc tn ne siiC''.?s3>uily ami
batistactorily rna-i ever. "Come one, come all.1
JOHN L. LCNSFORD. No. 31 (? leen st.,
Opposite HarrUsOM'a Paint and OU Store,
TO THEIB FRIENDS; AND TH? '' PDBIJC
That,.q'wJag tri^fie 3
... S . j,.. -'.'.'..".'^ ,-#,-.',"., ? ?J
; 8PB0XAL FACILITIES . AND QCALI PI CATIONS
?flh?lr Resident Partner iu'Ner.Yorfi,.
They are enabled to parchase their supplies of
FINE AND STAPLE DBF GOODS, 1
Both Foreign and Domestic, in all cnaa' from
?TTHE" LOWEST' CASH FIACRE, 'f;
Aiid thus toeSer .
EXTRAORDINARY iJU)?OEMENr? TO Olfa,
.. *t?il^?? ? .v-t*- ' j
TOME RS, Vj
. . \ ? . ii .. t. :. . .. r : . '..".^ '? |
? - Their prices will be round from
TWENTY TO- FIFTY PER GENT.. LOWER
.. a*, n :6ft ?. . !
; Than Chose of aaststher Dry Ooods Hone
in the Sonto.
They Invito an inapeution of their S to :k, which ls
made op of
NO A U C"T ION GOODS,
Bat walch will be .'oana to consist of an immense
THE CHOICEST AND LATEST NOVELTIES
IN THEIR LINE.
Comparison, as to _ quality, with tire best goods
orle rai elsewhere, .
IS O' li A X L E N G E D .
And competition as .to price
Every article sold by os ls warranted to be pre: j
Our motto ls
"QUIQE SALES AND SMALL PBOFTTS,*
Add Customers who wish to
. SAVE MONEY IN BUYING
Will do well to give na a eau.
. F?BCHGOTT, BENEDICT .* GO. j
Up-Town Store, | Down-Town Store,
Ko.- 487 King street, No. s<4 King street,
Oorher of Calhoun, f Near '-The Send."
Clotlimg ano ?ntnisl?ng (&ooos
CANE8 AMD UMBRELLAS.
OF THE ABOVE GOODS IN THE
AND AT PRICES TO SUIT.
j. H. LAWTON & CO.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC B?ttMiW.
Sillirurrj, dressmaking, Ut.
JT ADA M E L V Z TE^ ^ . ' ^.
No. 288 KING STRKET, EAST SIDE, BETWBE1
MARKET AND BASEL STS., (UP STAIRS.)
FINE FRENCH CORSETS MADE TO ORDER.
ia Oj .. ? i Av?tteaeen. <>*?'?
? QAXE-OF MODS zmxsf?a OS
kj-aaad at: -tae Douar Store, 'Ant* street,
one door nortli of Wentworth street, Fixtures, Ac.
wm be sold THIS BAT, atllo'elook, at the One
Dollar Blore, Kin?street - -, . .
The ??tlre-GOOD9 , remaining ea naod. Also
DE6K..W lautSHelvtagand-?ase?, Walaot Count
era? Gsnr^SUser-awunted. Show; Cassa Walnut
Side Catas wi tn glass ? doora, - chairs, AC . Als?
Large JlWN HAFK.
^w^SmcKA B. s. WS& J
POSITIVE SALE ?NDE? BORECLOS
SURE OF MORTGAGE. ..
WIRKS gold on WEDNESDAY, the Wth Of April,
at the Store af If'aara W. a. Wh I iden A Co., No.
266 KingssMt, corncr.of Beaarala, at 8 o'clock
In tte evening, and continued until the entire
stock IB disposed of,
i CONSISTING W PAST OP: >. n
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCaSS, Jewelry,
Stiver- and Platedwaxe. Fine Crockery, French
China, Glassware and a variety of Vases, ?nd
articles of Virtu, Parian ware and F?ncy doods.
Terms cash. . - .
The sale of CROCK E RY, at No, 28 Hanta street,
will take place on the 9th ol Hay. Catalogues ga
may be had, on application, at No. 20 Harne '
street, or No. 35 Broad street. - aprag-smwS
Bf LOUIS D. DeSAUSflUBE,
ON TUB8BAY, 9th DAY GF MAY, AT
at ll -o'cloc* A. H., wm be -sold near the
Old PoetoSee, Broad street; .' ** *
-AD that LOTOF LAND, With tue ?RIOK STORE
thereon, known by the No. 7 J, situate,
lying-and being on the east side ?f East
Bay street .(a few doors north of the Post?
office,) ftp-tie city of Charleston, lo the State
aforesaid, meaaurtngwend containing tn front,
twenty-nine (29) festals (6) Inches, and in depth
one hnndred and nineteen (110) feet, more or less; -
butting and bounding to the north on landa now
or late of E. H. Locke, Cotte south on lands of the
estate of Condy, to thf east on lands late of Rhett
AJsobson, asi to tb? west on flast Bay street
Terms cash*. Purchaser to pay for papers and
By A. C. McSlXLlTBAxV
?NDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Joh? -Drayton and Thomas H. M. Drayton
vd. John Hargrave. ......
WU1 be sold on TUESDAY, th? 9th day of May
next, is feast of the Old Costo mho use, at li
?j'QfMk A IL .a
AU .that LOT OF LAND, vrlth toe Balding? .
thereon, situate at the confer of Norman, street
and Ashton-court, tn the city of Charleston,
known by tin No. .48, In a plat of B. K. Payne,
Surveyor, ?lated 10th of April, 1832; measuring
and containing on front and back linea 3i feet, and
In-depth from east to west loo feet, more or less.
Butting and bounding east on Norman'.street,
sooth try Ashton court,- west *y tot ?0.4T, and
north ny LotNo. 4?, inabove dfacrlbed piat.
Terms-On*J?a?f caⅈ. balanc? ;>ayable in one
year, to be Recored by bond of purchaser and
mortgage ot premises; bondings to be Insured
aad -pouaj assigaed. Parohaaer to par for pa?
pers ?odstamps. E. W.H. MAOKEY,
?prls-tnla^maj?_ 8. 0. ft
^gggncgg* Priuott Saig?, S?t.
J. FRASER MATHEWES.
AT PRIVATE SALE, TWO STOBT
HB?TSE. with. oumaiidmgs on lot, No. ST
Trad d street, 28 feet front, by 105 fest deep.
TWO STORY BRICK STORE, ou Lot No. 129
King attest. 23 feet front, by *87 feet deep, second
Lot north of Queen street.
LOT No. 131, adjoining above, 2,'! feet front, by
187 feet deep. '
Two LOTS, Nos. 00 aad lei King street, between
Broad and Queen streets, 2? feet front, by 150
deep, each._ aprtl-fmwfi
By ALONZO J, WHITE & SOX.
FOB SALE OR BENT, A FABM ON
Charleston Neck, containing 120 ?ere?, well
known as Hey ward's Farm, on Asbley River, op?
posite Clements' Ferry Road, about two and a half '
miles from city limits, on plank road. On prem?
ises ? comfortable Cottage and .out boilings. For
particulars apply as above at No. 68 East Bay.
Drugi., <?\)cmua\G, &?.
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
R03ADALIS, a sure cure for
R03ADALIS, endorsed by
EOSADALIS, a potent remedy
ROS AD ALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSAD ALIS, tho best Altera?
ROSAD ALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. C. PUGH, ol Baltimore. .
Dr. THos. J. BO r KIN, of Baltimore.
Dc A. DURO AN. of Tarboro'. N. G.
Dr. J. S. SPARES, of Nicbolasvile, Ky.
Dr. ?. F. WHEELER, of Lima, Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, of Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L. lfoCARTHA, of Sooth Carolina,
aad many otnera. See Ros A D A LI S A LU AN AC
endorsed by Rev. BAB li EY BALL, now of Mary?
land conference, formerly Chaplain m the Con?,
federate Army of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Toole and Diuretic, aad acts at
one and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER,
Kl DUE YS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
pelling all Impure matter and building np the
system to a healthy, vigor?os condition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS:
BOWIE, MOISE k DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH, W IN EM AN A CO., \ Agents In
Dr. ti. BAKU, ) Charleston,
mars-ly ? _?
?ns mese . Catos.
JJEEVESTBROWN & VAN WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
VU ALL KINDS OP
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
- ' In their season.
Nos. 102 and J.?3 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
4 . NE W YORK.
REFEF.ENCE3. -S. A. Lambert, with ' Adolph
Nimitz, Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
No 209 East nay. Charleston, s C xprl3-3mo8
1865*J'FBENEY * ??M 1871
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 76 BAP.CLA.Y AND NO. 222 GREENWICH STK SETS,
Receivers of Green and Dried FRUITS. Truck and
all kinds of Farm and Garden Produce.
Oar location and facilities for selhng Fruit? and
Vegetables are unsurpassed la Kew York.
Circulars aad Marking Plates sent Tree te Ship?
pers. AU correspondents and questions cheer
KSPERENCE.-c. H. LlUenthal, Tobaeeoniat,
COMMISSION MER OHA NTY.'\
NORTH ATLANTIC _ ? <,
aprlO-mwflmo_charlton, A 0.
MILWAUKEE LAGER BEEB,
OOBN?B KINO AND SO CUTT STasrrs.