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-Gold was quoted in New York yesterday at
-At Now York, cotton closed doll and de?
cidedly lower. Soles 8000 bales at 29?&30c.
-The Liverpool cotton market closed stead?
ier and moro doing. Sales 6000 bales; uplands
on the spot lljdal2d; afloat lLjd; Orleans 12 j d
-Robart Bonner returns an annual income
-The Cincinnati Commercial (Republican)
heads its. Congressional report "Oar National
-The National .Medical Association decrees
that there is no. harm in consultation with
-The New York Anti-Gambling Society re
ported for ty-tbr ce clerks to their employers last
month as addicted to righting the tiger.
-Ex-Confederate General S. B. Buckner is
to be connected editorially with the Louisville
-Mrs. Francis Joseph's lats'addition to ber
- family ?s a girl, and the Hapsburg throne still
?remains ? without a male heir in the. direot line.
V- -In-the Tadroad Boen"', in ?"Under the Gas
" " Ught," as performed at virginia ..City, Nevada,
-the excited minera threw as many SB twenty
. big knives on the stage to assist the heroine in
. cutt; ns the ropes which bound Snorkey to the
..?took. . u
-By tho death of Marsha] Narvaez, Spain is
flung back upon a confused heap of secoad
- rats politicians, not one of whom has an estab?
lished ti?e to ascendancy, suchas, at ail events,
imparted an element of stability to Narvaez's |
-Some of the advanced Liberals of England
~. ?re riyahin* our ca^t-baggers,.. At a certain
wcurkingmans club, once.'a week there'is a
meeting fox tbs purpose of enabling aristo?
crats of Liberal tendencies to meet working
' anen in social intercourse. The workingmen
.?ad their wires and daughters attend, and are
? helped to tea, sod coko by the 'swells."
-Speaking for the Southern Democracy, the
Macon (Ga.) Journal says, if it knows aught of ?
their temper or purposes, they "will vote in the
~ New York Convention for the man, be he civi?
lian or Federal - general, who can win-whose
strength, before, the colinby is such as to in?
sure success and the consequent deliverance
' of the South from the banda of the oppressor.
They wi 1 neither ask nor cars to know what
he said or what he aid duriri g the war.?
-The Montgomery (Ala.) Mai! has an article
addressed to" Mobile; in depreciation -of the.
apathy hppn political questions, which often
prevails in commercial centres. The Mail cites
the cased of Now. Or loans, Augusta and Savan?
nah in - recent elections, as instances of the
v TmBchicf^that- may result from mere neglect.
Mobile, it says, has three thousand unregis?
tered voters, who,, if another ejection is or?
dered, may save the State by voting down the
bogus constitution ?nd secure a majority in
the Legislature besides.
-Mr. Gladstone has written an explanatory
-communication in reply to the anonymous
slanders which have, been Assiduously circula?
ted in regard to his character.. He decies, that
he ia a Roman C?thoho at heart; that ho bas
resisted the pref erm out of Dr. .Winter; that he
has received the thanks of the Pops "tor his'
conduct, aud that he Isa nuwb?r of a High
-Church Ritualist congregation. Hr. Gladstone
?acribes the origin of these charges to reli?
gious bigotry and hatred, ?nd .requests all per
\ sons who maybe interested in the matter, if
.ny like statement should hereafter come
andar their view, m the mterest of troth to
withhold their belief,
-She- Glasgow-Herald publishes some ex?
tracts from letters written by Dr. Livingstone
-daring the winter of1867. At-that time he was
making slow progress at the rate of eight miles
? day. Ho complains of many hindrances,not
i the least of which were the scarcity]of food and
tha prevalence of the rainy season. The party
?era compelled to follow a zigzag coarse
through fear of marauding Zulus. He had lost
his medicine chest, and was compelled tore
sort to native remedies for the fever, which
?hen prevailed. On the first. of February the
party were 4500 feet above the sea level and be?
ginning to descend. The doctor thought they
were then on the water-shed for which he ivas
-A story is told by Congressman Chanlor,
.of Ne w York, which shows that the great Eng?
lish novelist, now on a visit at Washington, is
taking notes. A gentleman on horseback
- passed Mr. Trollope, and, by accident, the
horse bespattered the Englishman with mad.
The gentleman reined ap and apologized.
^**No matter, BU*," said Trollope ; *ibut I woad
like to inquire if - your horse has a name, and
if not I would name him." '. Certainly," re?
sponded the gentleman, "yon can name him."
"TheD, sir," said Trollope, "I name'him
Donnely." No explanation was needed. Tho
novelist had evidently been an attendant upon
the late sessions ol the Ho asp of Representa?
tives. . fc.'il:.'-.
-Aprivate letter [tem New Orleans, dated
April 25, is published in the New York Journal
-of Commerce, which mentions that a gentle -
*. man in Mississippi, owning three plantations,
with twelve hundred acres in cotton, has at
work on two of them about ODe hundred bauds,
t convicts from the peni te atiary, which is over?
crowded. Permission was given the planter to
inspect, the prison records and select thc
hands, and tho writer says: "One guard is de?
tailed to six hands, and there are sergeants in
- command, all provided1 with food and ra ti ons,
?nd the planter to give two suits of clothes to
the hanflwj who aro delighted with the change,
?nd worang well, commencing at 6 A. M. and
stopping at 6 P. M. Ou these plantations no
-other hands are employed. Other plantations
.may have laborers of the same class."
-The New York Herald 'has abandoned Ad?
miral Farragut and taken op Chief Jus Lee
.Chase as its candidate for the Presidency.
This, it says, is tho result of impeachment, the
most important feature of which ia that it has
- tried men who were riot ostensibly on trial.
?* Above all parties and partisans it has shown
the character of Mr. - Chase, has lifted him
i ?way from party relations and given him to the
. peopJ?. Radicalism dreads him, and that is
the best reason why the people should honor
him. A party, with'Chief Jnstice"Cha*e for its
candidate, and some staunch soldier bike Thom
ias, Sheridan, Schofield or Meado second on the
tiazigpiiiti > !f??
?? i ?Hi III mm uw?'"<m unu'wunjynwirin
ticket, can sweep the country, and will if the
honest men ot the United States Senate will
hold to their resolve to put down the Eadical
-It seems that in the secret session which
took place in the Impeachment Court on Thurs?
day there was quite a little spat between
Messrs. Fassenden and Drake. The former
asked to postpone the verdict for some time, in
which to read over the record of the trial, especi?
ally to look into some legal points raided by
Bingham. Drake said it was strange that such
a master-spirit as FeBsenden should want time,
when he (Drake), the littlest man in-the Sen?
ate, was ready. This appeared to him unnatu?
ral. Fessenden replied somewhat warmly. He
disclaimed being a master-spirit of the Senate,
but regarded Drake as better authority when
he defined his own position than when he de?
fined the position of others. Drake sharply re?
torted that be had been honest in his remark
about the Maine senator being a great man.
But he confessed now tha* he was great only in
bis arrogance. If reports in circulation were
correct, what he said of himself, that he
(Drake) was the littlest man in the Senate,
would soon be true of the senator from Maine.
Thc debate then ended.
-The Washington correspondent of the Bos?
ton Advertiser (Radical) says : One of the hon?
orable managers tells me openly, "I am in favor
of going up to Chicago and crushing out every
Republican senator who votes against impeach?
ment;" and another says to a gentleman who
repeats the remark tome, "impeachment must
be sustained, and any man who falters must
go to the wall." One senator says, "a good
many persons coll me a copperhead because I
vote J to admit almost everything that was of?
fered in the nature of evidence, and I very well
understand that it will be political damnation
for me in my State to vote against my party
friends here; what is a man to do when he is
put between political damnation and a perjured
conscience?" One of the managers would
doubtless be ready with an answer if he were
father confessor to this senator. As it is, I
suppose he will have to undergo the "crush?
ing-out" process in so far aa it can be applied.
I merely suggest-is this the wisest way to
strengthen the party?
WEDNE8DAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1868.
Thc Trial of the President.
The High Court of Impeachment has
adjourned until Saturday next, and until
that day no verdict will be given. For this
delay the illness of Senator HOWARD is the
cause assigned; but the dispatch of our
special correspondent at Washington throws
new light on the subject by the statement
that had the vote been taken, as was order?
ed, on yesterday, twelve Republican sena?
tors would have voted for acquittal.
lt will be remembered that eight Repub?
lican votes, in addition to the eleven Demo?
cratic rotes; are necessary to secure the
acquittal of the President. Our dispatches
say that four of the eight required-Sena?
tors HENDERSON, GRIMES, TRUMBULL and
FE33E5DEN-are already committed to' ac?
quittal, and that five others-Senators AN- ,
TOONv, Ross, WIXEBT, FBELINCUUTSEX and
SPRAGUE-are still doubtful. If all the
doubters could be brought into the riDg,
the President's victory would be oertain, but
the adroitness with which the postpone?
ment was arranged, when conviction seemed
impossible;- augurs badly for the vote on
The Radicals have now three days in
which to work. Their newspaper organs
will threaten and implore, their agents will
beg and pray, their unselfish constituents
will send delegations to urge the necessity
of removal. Every art will be used to make
fast those who are strong, and make strong
those who are weak. Nothing will be left
undone that a mortal agency can compass,
pr the resources of a powerful party. con?
-This putting off is certainly to the disad?
vantage of the President, who need not
expect to gain influence by a day or two of
delay, and who has no solid rewards to offer
those who might beoome his friends. The
friends of the President are said to be con?
fident of his acquittal, but in this latitude,
and with the information before ns, it is
difficult to share their belief.
Big Cry and Little Wool.
Ireland has good cause to fear that the
rote of the English House of Commons, in
support of Mr. GLADSTONE'S resolutions for
the dis-establishment of the Irish Church,
will prove to be for her "big cry and little
wool." Earl RUSSELL,-Punch's little boy
who chalked " No Popery " on the wall
and then ran away,-and Mr. GLADSTONE
the quondam defender of the union of
Church and State-are not above suspicion,
and it is certain that the whole liberal
party will have a hard road to travel if it
is really determined to fight out the fight to
The present Parliament cannot deal
finally with the Irish Churoh question, and,
even if the new Parliament is radically
liberal, no bill for the dis-establishment of
the Churoh in Ireland could run the gaunt?
let of the House of Lords. As the bill
for the abolition of Church Rates has
year after year been passed by the Com?
mons and thrown out by the Lords, so would
he Irish Church bill be treated; and if per?
severance, the creation of new peers and a
popularization of the upper House were to
lead to the passage of the bill, it could not
then receive th'.- assent of the Queen, the
spiritual and temporal head of the Empire.
Hon Pouwmu would then be her plea, as it
hos already been that of Pius IX.
It seems that the vote in regard to the
Irish Church is only valuable as an indica?
tion of the progress of ideas and the in?
creasing appreciation of the popular prin?
ciple. Mr. DISRAELI has no religion but self
worship. According to precedent, he should
never have been Premier, and according to
practice, should at once have resigned
when beaten by a decisive vote on a minis?
terial question. But he rs Premier, and
will not resign. Power, not custom, is his
idol, and he is now clutching at the la>t
straw, in flurrying tho portly English bish?
ops, and suggesting to the people that
a conspiracy is afoot to return them to all
the horrors of brass money, wooden shoes
and Popery. The converted Israelite may
succeed in his attempt. English working
men and farm hands are not excruci?
atingly knowing, and a suggestion that
the Liberals are laying the way for lae
advent of stoles, incense, embroidered
gowns and brass candlesticks, may ba suf?
ficient to check the current of feeling and
make every Trades Union man. mechanic
and laborer a sturdy upholder of the totter?
ing and irascible BENJAMIN, A good party
cry is what he wants; and with the shout
of '?DISRAELI and down with the Devil," he
might carry the day.
After all, it must seem to Americans that
the alarm of Archbishop and Dean, Peer and
Premier, Rector and Curate, is very un?
necessary. The history of religion in the
United States shows r hat can be done upon
the voluntary principle, and a church
which cannot stand unless propped up by
money bags and paved with precious metals
is not worthy of existence. With the abo?
lition of the connection between Church
and State, with the consequent upsetting of |
quack clergymen and necessity of giving
some work for big pay, the church would
make a ne w start and would be in a better po?
sition to meet her clerical and lay opponents
than she had ever been before. The sense
of a common oppression and common injus?
tice now binds the Irish members of the
Catholic Church together. Remove the
chain from their necks and they will cease
to be martyrs; they will be able to make a
good run without fear or danger. It is true
that the successful operation of dis-estab?
lishment in Ireland would make certain the
dis-establishment of the Church in England,
but as the Irish Church is not likely to be
soon off the carpet, the English will have
an opportunity to breathe once more before
they are whelmed in spiritual and temporal
The spread of democratic principles is
the backbone of the movement of which
GLADSTONE, BRIGHT and RUSSELL are the
leaders. Although slow, the result is sure,
and those who throw themselves stubbornly
under the wheels of reform must expect to
be orushed for their pains.
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FRANC I-> H. SMITH, Supe: in'ondent.
May 13 w3 jane 3, 17, july 1, 15, 29, aug 5,19
NIGHT SCHOOL! NIGHT SCHOOL I
No. 35 WENIWOR1H-STREET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
THE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH?
METIC, WRITING, KEADING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9 o'cloc* P. M.
Terms-32 per month tn advance
Book-keeping charged extra
December 2 C. H. BERGMANN.
BOARD FOR GENTLEMAN AND
wife, or two single gentlemen, iu a private fami?
ly, west Bide of city. Address A, DATLT NEWS Of?
fice. 2* May 13
TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, THAT
would room together, can be accommodated
with a pheasant room m a private iamily, whore
thens sro no other boarders. Apply at THIS OFFICE
May ll _
BOARDING! BOA lt DING: BOARDING!
Mrs. A TBACEY is now prepared to accom?
modate a few moro Boarders, '?erma moderate.
Apply at No. 79 BBOAD-STBEET. April 13
EE MO VAL -TH? SCBSCK1BKBS
havo removed from No. 4J3 KING-STREET to
the fine and airy store at the SOUTHWEST COR?
NER OF KING AND CALHOUN, and will be pleased
to see their customers and the public ceneraDy.
FURCHGOTT & BBO.,
Southwest corner Sing and Calhoun streets.
May 13 . 1* "
AI ERIC AN HOUSE,
TBE VERY IMPORTANT AND EXTENSIVE
improvements which have recently been made in
this popular Hotel, tbe largest in New England, en?
able tho Proprietors to offer to 'Tourists, Families
aud the Travelling Public acommoditiona and con?
veniences superior to any other Hotel in tho city.
During the past summer additions have been made
of numerous suites of apartments, with bathing
rooms, water closets, ic, attached; one of Tufts'
magnificent passenger elevators, the best ever con?
structed, conveys guests to thc upper story of the
house In one minute; tho entries have been newly
and richly carpeted, and the entire house thoroughly
replenished and refurnished, malting it, in all its
appointments, equal to say Hotel la the country.
Telegraph Office, Billiard Halls and Cafe ou the
fb>t floor. . LEWIS RICE k SUN,
May 4 mwr3mos Propiietots.
^J- ADAME GID1ERE,
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHARLESTON', & C.
Transient Board 83 50 per Day.
KIRKLAND di CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
LO VV YORK HOTEL,
No. 7 2 1 BROAD WA F,
NEW YORK CITY.
D. M. H1LDRETH di CO., Proprietors,
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known m former times
under the manae^ent ot J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently under last of HIRAM CRANSTON k
C J., IE now undet thc proprietorship of Slessrs. D.
M. MELDRETH k T. B. ROCKWAY, unor the firm ot
D. M. HLLDRETH k CO.
The senior partner from his long experience as a
pi oprietor of the Veranda, St. Lotus and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his friends and the public generally, that its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hote1, shall be fully sustained under its present
management. lyr* February 13
T^y I L L 1 A M IRWIN,
PBOPBTETOB OE THE
SPARTANBURG, S. C.
g POT TS WO OD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PBOPBXETOBS,
REPUBLIC ANS :
YOU ARE NOTIFIED TO MEET IN THE SEVE?
RAL W ABD? of the city, Thu Evening, at Eight
o'clock, to select Nine (9) Delegates from euch Ward,
to meet in conventio" and make nominations tor
municipal officers to be voted for at the coming
election. O. PILLSBURY,
Ma .-13 1* Chairman Committee.
GERMAN FIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
AREGULAR Q?ARTFRLT MEETING OF THIS
Company will be held at tho Engine House,
Thu Dag (Wednesday), at Three o'clock P. M. Punc?
tual attendance is requested.
By order. J. J. BORGER,
PALMETTO STEAM FIRE ENGINE
ATTEND AN EXTRA MEETING OF YOUS
Company, ut your Hall, This Evening, at b ?lf
past Seven o'clock precisely, A punctual attendance
By order of the President.
May 13 1 Secretary.!!
WASHINGTON STEAM FIKE ENGINE
YOU ARE HFREBY ORDERED TO ATTEND
an Extra Meeting of your Company, at your
Hall. Tair Evening, at Eight o'clock, without further
notice. A punctual attendance is particularly re?
quested, as business of Importance will be presented
for your consideration._
By order President. JOHN F. LAFAR,
May 13_\ Secretary.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL SOCIETY
FOB THE ADVANCEMENT OF CHRISTIANITY
IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
rE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SOCIETY
will be held at Grace Church. T"-Morrow Even
inn, the 14th instant, at 8 o'clock, and the Anmver
Bury hermon wfll be preached on Thu Even?
ing at the same Church. All interested in Diocesan
Missions are invited to attend on both occsiona.
EVAK EDWABT8, Treasurer. 5 May 13
Mim in goihfiptri).
I~N^THE~DLS7TRICT COURT OK THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF
OLIVER J. BUTT*. BANKBUPT, BY WHOM A
PETITION FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON THF. 19TH DAY OF
MAR E, A. D. 1868, LN SAID COURT-LN BANK?
RUPTCY.-This is to give notice that on the
fourth day of Mau, A. D. 1868, a Warrant In
Bankruptcy was issued against the Estate of
OLIVEf. J. BUT1S, of Georgetown, In the Dis?
trict of Georgetown, and State of South Carolina, who
has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition;
that tho payment ot any debts and the delivery of
any proptrty belonging to,?aid Bankrupt, to him or
for bis use, and the transfer of any property by him
are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the credit .ra
of the ssld Bankrupt, to prove their debts and to
choose one or more Assignees of hts estate, vnU be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden st No. Ti
Broad-street. Charleston, S. C.. before R. B. CAE
PENTEB, BeaiB'rar, on the twentieth day of May
A. D. 1863, at 9 o'clock A. M
J. P. M. EPPING.
United States Marshal as Messenger.
?N THU DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, . FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF MOSES
B ROG DON, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM APETTTION
FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON THE 20TH DAY OF MARCH, A. D. 1808,
IN SAID i OUR!-LN BANKRUPTCY.-ibis is to
give notice that on the fifth day of May, A. D. 186S,
a Warrant in Bankruptcy wan issued against the
Estate ol MOSES BBOGDON. of Sumter, in the Dis?
trict of sumter, and State ot South Carolina, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own petition; that
the payment of any debts and delivery of any proper?
ty belonging to Bald Bankrupt, 11 him or for his use,
and the transer of any property by him are forbidden
by law; that a meeting of tho Creditors of. the said
Bankrupt, to prove their dobts and to choose
one or more Assignees of his Estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden
at No. 72 Broad-dtreot, Charleston, S. C., beforo B.
B. CARPENTER, Begi9trar, on the twentieth day of
Maj, A. D. 1968, at lo o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
May 13 _a_ 1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT '?*' TH tl
UNITED STATE?*, FOB THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH tl AROBINA-IN THE MATTER OF THOM?
AS BRIGMAN, BANKBUPT, BY WHOM A PE?
TITION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPT
C? WAS FILED ON THE 30TH DAY OF APBIL,
A.D 1368, LN SADD CoUBT.-LN BANKBUPICY.
This is to give notice* that on the eleventh, day rf
May, A. D. 1668. a Warrant in Bankruptcy was
issued against the Estate cf THOMAS BRIG
MAN, of Benncltsville, ic the Dis.ric; of Marl?
boro', and State of South Carolina, who has been
adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition; that
the payment of any debts and delivery ot any prop?
erty belonging to said Bankrupt to bim or
for bia use, and the transfer of any property
by him are forbidden by law ; that a meeting of
tho Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their
debts and to choose one or more Assign?es or his
Estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to
be hclden at No. 72 Broad-street Charleston, s. C.,
before R. B. CARPENTER, Registrar, on the
twenty.fflh day of May, A. D. 1868, at 2 o'clock,
P. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United S tatos Marshal as Messenger.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED 8TATES, FCB THIS DISTRICT Ot
SOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF GEO,
A. BENNETT. OF BEAUFORT, BANKRUPT-IN
BANKRUPTCY.- To whom lt may ct neem: The
undersigned hereby gives notice of his appointment
as Assignee of GEORGE A. BENNETT, lu the Dis?
trict or Beaufort and State of South Carolina, within
said District, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt
upon hts own petition, by thc District court of said
Dated tho 12th day of May, A. D. 1868.
CARLOS J. SI OL BR A ND,
May 13 w3 Assignee.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SOUTH CAROLINA_IN THE MATTES OF
JO-?UA C. MAYO. OF BEAUFORT, BANKBUPT
IN BANKRUPTCY.-To whom it may concern: The
undera! ned hereby eivei notice of his appointment
as Aa-ignee of JOSHUA C. MAYO, in the District cf
Beaufort, and state ot South Carolina, within said
Di- trier, who has be m adjudged a Bankrupt, upon bis
own petition, by the District Court ot said District.
Dated the 12th day of May, A. D. 1868.
CARLOS J. STOLBBAND.
May 13 w3 Assignee.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
BAUGH'S BAW BONE PHOSPHATE, QUALITY
guaranteed as por auoiysls ot Professor "shep?
ard. These manures can be us d to advantage as a
top dressing, and aid much in stimulating the plant
and bringing it to carly maturity. They con be
Uied with equal advantage mr Corn or Cotton.
My present Steck, if desired, will bo sold, piyable
1st January, for approved City acceptance witn 7 per
cent, interest. J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. 1 and 2 AtlanttcWharf
April 28_c_ruths Imo
Top Dressing! Top Dressing.'
NITROGEN IZEP SUPERPHOS?
PHATE OF LIME.
COTION, COEN, WHEAT AND GENERAL CROPS.
AS ATOP DRESSING TO A GROWING CROP
THIS FERTILIZER cannot bc exeeUed. It
may he used before or after the planting of tho crop;
for even wheu applied as a top dressing, it cannot be
lost by evaporation, os none of its constituents are
volatile, lt may be applied at each hoeing of cotton,
and m the hills during the cultivation ot cora and
other crop-. When crops have been previouslv
manured iu thc usual way, and found to b.-of slug?
gish growth, it may be augmented by the uso of this
This Fertilizer has been successfully used thiough
out the Southern States during the past fifteen
For full amlyses of MAPE-' NITEOGEN'ZED
SCPER-PHOoPdATE OF LIME, letters from promi?
nent Plante s throughout the State ol South Carolina,
and analyses of crops, ,-ee descriptive pamphlets,
v.hich will _e fuinisned tree of charge; and all
orders filled by H. W. KINSMAN,
".OLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
April 18 No. 163 East Boy.
THE SALT WATER BATHING HOUSE OFF
White P.iint Garden will be opened on the Uh
Moy, and continue opon tor the season. The pro?
prio tor has made several alt?ration? in Baths and La?
dies" Diess'ng rooms. The Refreshment Depart?
ment, such as Iee Cream, fcc, will be of the best i
qua'tiy. The piopriet.ir ?ill give hi* immediate at?
tention to the comfort and con enii-nce ot visitors.
M, McMANMON, I
May 1 mws Proprietor.
QATHOLIC CH A li IT Y PAIU.
AT THE EARNEST SOLICITATION OF MANY
persona, who have not ye: visited the FAIR, and of
others who wish to visit it again, the ladies and gen?
tlemen In charge of the Fair have consented to con?
tinue it for three days more. The Fair will there?
fore be kept open on Monday, Tuesday and Wednes?
day, from 12 M. until 2 P. M., and from 5 to ll P.
M., on each of the above mentioned days, and will
positively close on Wednesday evening, 13th May.
49" The Post Band will give selections from
their finest airs on Monday and Wednesday evening,
and if their services cannot be obtained for Tuesday,
other artists will be engaged for that evening.
May ll 3
IBERN! \ \ H A L L.
AROUND THE WORLD AND HOME AGAIN.
TS HIS AHCSING
"MUSICAL MOMENTS WITH MERRY MOMUS.'
kr. HARRY 3?ACABTHY, the man of versatility,
with his mimic entertainments, pron unced by the
entire press to be the most unique, pleasing' chaste
and astonishing performances EVER PRESENTED
to the world, assisted by Miss SALLIE PARTING?
TON, the Fascinating Dansuese.
Mr. M. O'REARDON, the Musical Genius of '63.
Mr. MACARTHY has new Songs, new Dances and
new Characters, with which to greet you.
He will play for a frw nights only, commencing on
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1868.
ADMISSION SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS.
JPROST, BLACK & CO.,
Wholesale end Retail Dealers in, and Manufactu?
FURNITURE OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal-street,
Steamboats, Hotels and Public Build 'uga inrnisb
ed at the shortest notice. AU Goods purchased of
oar House guaranteed as r presented.
STEAM SAW MILL,
WEST END OF BEA UFAIN-STREET.
Having rebuilt his STEAM SAW MILL, is now pre.
pared to execute all orders for SHIPPING and Oil Y
TRADE with dispatch.
JOHN H. STEINAUS Y ER,
May 6 West end of Ueartoln-street.
?OK AND JOB
' THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TYPE MACHINERY, and a fine stock of
CARDS, PAPER, ?c., direct from manufacturers,
and will execute all orders for
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
Having large fonts of type, will contract for the
publication of a Weekly or Monthly oa liberal terms,
Ordorsfor BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low rates, if loft at No. 33 HAYNE-STREET.
May 12 JAS. W. MCMILLAN.
PIANOS TUNED BY
PROFESSOR M. O'REARDON,
LEADER OF HA HUT MACABTHY'S TROUPE.
Who can be found at the PAVILION HOTEL until
Saturday, May 16th, 18?8. May ll
Q H. SASS,
A TT ORNE Y AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
49" OQlce No. 16 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo
ple'a National Bank. May 8
?J_| AI. Ul A KS HALL, Ot BROTHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 B BO AD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOCO HT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
49"Auction of HOBSES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wednesday. October 1'.*
ILILLI S di LH1SOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIO WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E. WILLIS.A. H. CHISOLM.
CLOTHING. SHOE AND HAT STORE, ,
No. 85 MA RKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where may be f^nni every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS. Shirts, Uu
der.-birts, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots. Shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Tarpot Bais.
Valises, tc. February6
gAMUEL R. SI ARS HALI.,
I1?P0RTER AND DEALER CC
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY. GUN? AND AGRICULTURAL
No. 310 KING-ST., 2d DOOR BELOW SOCIE1T,
Sign of the Golden Gun,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 21 3m n
VISITING WEDDING AND CHURCH CARDS,
ot the 'latest stylo, and engraved in a manner
unsurpassed by th- beat Ncrthern work,
ah ALS AND MONOGRAMS of every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING in all its
^STENCIL PLATES CUT. ESK AND BRUSHES.
Call and examine specimens ot ^ DISSES,
No 92 Ha3el-street, Charleston, 3, C.
March i_ amo
T OST BETWEEN TH?l BATTERY
I . and'the Mall, either in tho lower part of King
street Tradd, Meetiug or Columbus Btreets, FObTY
DOLLARS tied in a handkerchief. The bills were
two Tens and one Twenty. The finder will receive
a suitable reward by leaving the same at IBIS
OFFICE. _APf? 3d_
OFFICE CHIEF OF CITY DETECTIVES, I
* CHARLESTON, R. C., May ll, 18G8. f
FOUND AND BROUGHT TO THIS OFFICE,
one GOLD WATCH SE\L. Any one losing
the above can have the same by calling at this office,
nrovin" property and payintc expenses,
provino pw** J H.. Vf. HENDRICKS,
First Lieutenant and chi-f ot City Detectives.
Approved : C. B. SIOWALD, Chit foi Police.
H.a.; 12 2
t?rorrries anb ?lsafontons.
PICKLED BEEF, Sic.
EECE1VED PEE RECENT ARRIVALS A STTP
PLY of chotee PIO BAMS ' * oulr
Extra Breakfast Bacon, Pig Shoulders
Smoked Beef. Pickled Beef, Pick;ed Beef loam.*
and Pig Pork ^
Choice new May Butter, received weikl;
Imitation English Cheeae, Pineapple Chees?
White Cream Cheese, Sapsago Cheese, ea 1 Hiahlind
Fitch's Extra Sugar-cured Hams
Davis' Diamond Brand Sugar-cured Bama.
For sale by GEO. H. GBUBEE,
No. 216 King-.-treet,
Ma* 13 2 Third door above Marnet-etreet.
MAY BUTTER ! MAY BUTTE?l
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMSHIP
1 f\ TUBS FBESH MAY BUTTEE
5 HHDS. PRIME ?HOTJLDEBS
6 bhdB. Second Quahty Shoulders
15 hhds. C. R. Sides.
And for sale by WM. GUBNEY
May 12 3_No. 102 East Bay.
CORN! CORN !
9AAA BUSHELSPRIME TENNESSEE COEN,
?fi \J\J VJ at depot and to arrive.
For sale by E. M. BUTLER,
May 12_2_No. 78 East Bay.
RYE FLOUR ! RYE FLOUR!
AT CAMPSEN ."MILLS.
BOLTED AND UNBOLTED BYE FLOUE, OF
prime Southern Bye, a pure article, and
cheaper than the Northern Flour, constantly fresh
on band, and for sale by
JOHN CAMPS EN & CO.,
No. 14 Market-street, opposite State-street
May 12 3
SEA ISLAND CO I TON SEED.
ASMALL QUANTITY OF EXCELSIOR AND
UNDERWOOD COTTON SEhD
For sale by WILLIAM GURNEY,
M*y 12_(5_No. 102 East Bay.
rA BAERELS GLUE, OF VARIOUS GBADES.
0\J. for tale by WM. M. BIBD k CO.,
May 7_No. 203 East Bay.
ALL SIZES. FOB SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD k CO..
Mav '__No. 203 East Bay.
AND FOB SALE AT No. 83 MARKET-STREET
south side ot Market Hall, Mil bushels COW
200 dozen EGGS.
Reasonably, by Mas. C. D. KENRICK.
CORN ! C?RN ! CORN!
Q fl fi fl BUSHELS CF STBICTLY PRIME
OUUU WHITE MILLING CORN, in bulk
2?0U bushels of prime White Corn, in bags
2500 bushels of Western Mixed Corn.
At depot, for ?ale low. Apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CC,
_ April 29_' No. 74 East Bay.
? fi fi Ci DEMIJOHNS, OF ALL SIZES
UUUU 10O hampers Claret Wine Bottles.
For aale low by CLACIUS 4 WTiTE.
CHLORIDE U" LISE.
rpHE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOR SALE-BE
JL E. H. KELLERS k' CO., 1
March 28 _. No. 131 Meeting-street
MARBLE MANTELS. MONU?
MENTS, HEADSTONES, die.
AFINE SELECTION OF MARBLE MANTELS
constantly on hand at H. KL A BER'S Ware
room, No. 54 First avenue, near Third-street, Nev
York. Call ind examine before buying elsewhere.
February 3 Gao
$9. COAL ! COAL! $9.
EED ASH, EGG AND SIOV?COAL, BEST QUAL?
ITY, for Nine Lol ars per too, delivered. For
sale by WM. JOHN-ON,
Upper Coal Yard,
East end Lsurens-street
Orders left at A im ir's Drugstore. Dr. WUtberger's
D?v, Store, R. E. Penna]'?, or Adams ?Damon,
Broad-street, before 10 o'clock' e-'-h day, 'wiH be
promptly attended to. fe v; May 8
SPEClALNOTICii TO FARMRS
W?LCH k BRANDES, NOS. 67 AND 69 STATE
STREET, having increased and extended
their facilities for
SHIPPING AftD FORWARDING
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
Solicit consignments for the New York, Philadel?
phia, Baltimore and Washington markets,.on which,
liberal advances will ba made ti desired.
lo those preferring to sell tneir products here,
he highest mackotpri.' ?'will be paid.
Apiti 15 Imo
C H ETP'
'. ' " ATV'. '., ..'"].
COIMOP & Bil?,
NO. 420 KING-ST.
HAVING JUST RECrrVED, AND ABE
receiving by every Steamer, a new and largo
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
TO BE SOLD AT VERY LOW PRICES.
They have been bought during the late de?
cline in prices.
G01M0P & B1T1IR,
No. 4C0 King-street,
FOUR DOORS BELOW CALHOUN-ST.
JQK1 GOODS I DU.Y GOODS I !
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW OPENING AN
elegant assortment of DRY GOOD.-, HO>TEBY, LA?
DIES' and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
which they have re.eived per recent arrivals, and
are receiving by every ste j mer-the most select stock
of Dry Goods ever offere I in this market To those
who are in need of articles in our line, we say now
is your chance.
otra Sloes COMPRISES :
Longcloths at lu to UH c:s; yard wide, IScts;
Large Lot White and Browu table Damask at low -
prices; a large lot of Dress Goods tor 25 to 30 eta per
yard; Ladies and Gentlemen'.* White and Brown
Hose', 12?? cts, up; Children and Misses* White
Hose, 10 cts, up; Ladies' Fancy Pocket Handker?
chiefs from 15 cte, up; a large lot Fancy Parasols.
Bngio Trimmed, les* than half cost; Gentlemen's
Fine Undershirts, 76 ct?, to SI; Ladles' Fine Linen
Collars from 5 to 10 cts; very large lot Linen Towels
nt S2 per dozen, or 20 cts a piece: Ladles' Lisle
lhread Gloves, 15 cts, up; Ladles' ? reach Silk Mit?
tens, 35 cts pair; French White Swiss Muslin and
Cambric 20 cts, up.
An early call is solicited if you want bargains, as
WP believe in Quick salo? and small profit*.
F?BCHGOTT 4 BRO.,
Southwest comer King and Calhoun-itreets.
April 21 lm0*
CITY ENGINEER'S OFFICE \
CITS HALL, April 28, 1868. /
FARMERS AND OIHERS ARE 1O1QUESTED
not to drive over the line of the Meeting street
Ro d between Spring and Rumney-streets, during
the execution of the work. Cattle drivers are re?
quested not to use the Meeting-street Road at all.
The disturbance of all the grade and allignment
pegs, recently put up. renders it necessary to make
the above request. LOUIS J. BARBOT,
Apiti 3J City Engineer.