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THE DAILY NEWS.
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first insertion, and ten cents a line for each subse
qi;nt insertion. Marriage and Funeral Notices
one dollar each.
LETTERS should be addressed to Tax DAILY NEWS,
Na 18 Hayne-street, Charleston, S. C.
BEJECTED MANUSCRIPTS wffl not be returned.
NEWS 8?MMARY.
-Gold was quoted in the New York market
at noon yesterday at 39 J.
~ -Cotton at New York yesterday was firmer,
and improved to 31a31J.
-At Liverpool, yesterday, cotton was quot
' ed a fraction higher; uplands 12?i; Orleans
12?a!21d.; sales 15,000 bales.
-The Boston Post nominates Charles Fran
?ia Adams for Vice President ou the Democrat
io ticket.
-It ls said that John Quincy Adams, Jr.,
?ill again nm for Governor of Massachusetts,
en the Democratic ticket.
-At the memorial celebration in Richmond,
cn Saturday, fourteen thousand Confederate
graves in Oakwood Cemetery were decked with
flowers.
~ -John Stuart Mill is about to publish a new
edition of his tathert "Analysis of the Phe?
nomena of the Human Mind," with copious
annotations.
-Governor Patton, of Alabama, has be ea in
Boston for several days, examining the public
iasti tu tions in that city,- with a view of improv?
ing upon them ra Alabama.
-At Colt's firearms factory, in Connecticut,
"business is very brisk, the hands being en- |
gaged in making 30,000 Bei dan rifles for Rus?
sia. About four hundred workmen are now
.'. employed.
-As an evidence of the decline of American
. ?hipping, Consul Morse, at London, reports to
the State Department that, whilst in 1861 there
". were two hundred and eight arrivals of Am erl -
can vessels in London, in 1866 the number had
declined to forty-nine.
-The New York Herald reports that on Mon?
day the rather mgniflcant event took place of j
Senators Fessenden, Trumbull, Henderson,
>ac Winkle, Grimes, Sprague and Chief Justice
Chase going home in company to dine with the
last-named gentleman. It may be a trifling
. circumstance, but the impeachers take it sadly,
to heart.
-An exchange says that a hen has the ca?
pacity ol laying six hundred eggs and no more.
Usually they lay a few the first year; from
three hundred and t-.enty to three hundred
and seventy in the next three years; and the
? rest from the fifth'to the ninth year inclusive.
Hie trae economy, therefore, io not to keep
i hens after their fourth year.
-There is a rumor afloat in Paris that the
Sultan waa so well pleased with his late visit to
the w estern capitals that he is going to repeat j
it this onmmer, and will probably extend his
trip ta the United States, in the history of J
which he is said to take great interest. He
fixes to make sea voyages, and the distance
wul not deter him.
-Sir Roheit Napier, Knight Companion of
ate Bath and Grand Commander of the Order
af the Siar of India, has been appointed by the
Queen a Knight of the Grand Cross of the Or?
der cf tbs Bath. The English papers, com?
menting on this appointment,, states that Na?
pier has taLenhis first step in the line of J
promotion upon.the dead body of Theodorer
-Queen Victoria is reported to have writ?
ten an autograph letter to the widow of Thom?
as D'Arcy McGee, expressing her sympathy
and condolence, and how highly she apprecia?
ted the exertions of Mr. McGee, daring his
fife-time, for the imperial cause in the land of
bis adoption. The Duke of Buckingham, it is |
said, baa al8Q written a, letter to tho widow,
conveying the regret of her Majesty's minis?
ters that so able a statesman and so good a
citizen should have fallen a victim to assassi?
nation.
-In Virginia, the Supreme Court has decid*
sd that in debt? contracted in Confederate mo?
ney, the amount shall be commuted into Fede?
ral money, at the value of the Confederate
?taney when the debt matured, and not when
it was contracted. It has also decided with re?
ference to the distribution of the assets of the
ofd Virginia State bants, that the noteholder
. snail not have preference, but that they, the
depositors and'all other creditors, shall share
alike.
-Sergeant Frank Forrester, of Company H,
Twenty-ninth United States Infantry, who
wrote to Mosby to propose a coup d'etat against
Congress, has been sentenced by court martial
to be reduced to the ranks and to forfeit a por? I
Hon of his pay. General Emory, in approving
the sentence, says it was doubtless pronounced
under the belief that the offender intended only
a practical joke, and he hopes it will serve as
a warning to others who maybe disposed to
joke on such subjects. Some Southern papers
bad attributed the letter to a government de- j
tec?ve,
- -The quadrennial address of the Bishops of j
the Methodist Episcopal Church, jost deliver?
ed before the General Conference, now in ses?
sion at Chicago, gives an account of the S o util?
ero Conferences organized by meanB of the
missionary efforts of the Methodist Church
(North). At the CIOBO of 1867, the Southern
Conferences had the following membership:
Alabama, 9341; Georgia, 10,235; Holston, 23,720;
Mississippi, 7899; South Carolina, 9668; Ten?
nessee, 6100; Texas, 1581; Virginia and North
Carolina, 671; total membership about 70,000.
So rapid has been the growth of all these con_
Jerences that the latest statistics of three of |
them, which have held an annual session since
the beginning of 1868, swell the total member
snip to 90,050. In Kentucky, Missouri and Ar?
kansas there 'has been, during the past four
years, an increase of 27,223 members. More?
over, two colored conferences have been or?
ganized, which have a membership of 26,187.
-The New York Times says: "Mr. Forney
baa been rather late in tendering his resigna?
tion as Secretary of the Senate. If he had
done it before impeachment commenced, it
would have been more to bis credit. While
liaising his office in the S?nate, and from the
Senate, he has every day, in his two newspa?
pers, indulged in the most virulent vituperation
of every member of the Senate whom he sus?
pected of exercising his judgment or intending
to vote according to his convictions. His
language has been perfectly shameless, now
ringing from threat to invective, and now/rom
pg??OBsl vinification to general rant. Of coarse
it was not agreeable to senators to be thus
tJaily held up to hatred and contempt, and
oaie the object of threatenings and boliyinga
ly their own officer. Last week several sena?
tors brought his conduct to the attention of j
the body in secret session, and from the feel?
ing manifested there ia little doubt that he
would soon have been removed from bis place,
if he had not forestalled thia action by resig?
nation."
-The Secretary of the Navy, in reply to a
Congressional inquiry, reports that over three
hundred United States naval vessels have been
sold since the close of the war. Many of
these vessels were captured from the rebels.
In some cases, where these captured vessels
were small and would not pay the expenses
of adjudication in a prize court, or were too
unseaworthy to be sent to such a court for ad?
judication, they were taken into the service
and used, without compensating the captors.
The Secretary says the United States Govern?
ment acquired no title to captured vessels, ex?
cepting by purchase from the courts, and pay?
ment in the same way as if the vessels wore
bought from private individuals. The pay?
ment of prize money is made from the pro?
ceeds of sales of captured vessels and other
prize property, whether it be sold to the
United States or to individuals, after tbe pro?
perty is condemned.
CHARLESTON.
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SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1868.
Vp and Register.
The registration lists are about to be re?
opened, and every man in the State wno has
not registered, and is qualified, should now
go rip and inscribe his name. ' Every day
shows more fully the importance of posses?
sing the right to vote, and, although the
military test of registration may soon be
removed, every man should place himself
I in a position to cast a vote, at any elections
< held under military authority, against an?
archy and disorder and in favor of progress
and quiet.
If the white people of Charleston will
register to a man, if they will show the
same anxiety to be qualified voters that is
shown by the colored people, they will pos?
sess a voting power which will be of great
value at the elections which may be held in
June. Registration costs nothing, and it
makes certain the right to vote. When the
new constitution is in force every man will
have the right to vote, but until that time is
at hand no man should fail to register.
Nor should there be any delay because
the books will be open for five days. The
first day is the best day, and the fifth day
the worst. Every moment of procrastination
is fraught with risk. There is a duty to be
done and it should be done at once.
The Railroad to Heaven.
"The American Railway Literary Union"
is the title of a company of "gentlemen of
ability and responsibility," who have
formed aa association for the purpose of
controlling the sale upon all railway and
steamboat lines of books, magasines, news?
papers, &o. The object of the Union,
as appears from their schedule, is to dis?
countenance the sale of the pernicious sen?
sational literature which is now flooding
the country, and to establish in their stead
such other publications as in their judgment
shall have a tendency to elevate rather than
degrade the reader. We are furnished with
an outline of the publications which, io the
opinion of these self-constituted censors,
conduoe to this praiseworthy result, and
we gather therefrom that the tastes of the
Union are less catholic than'evangelical.
By far the most prominent in the list are
"all Bibles of the common version and parts
thereof, the publications of American and
Foreign Tract and Sabbath-school Societies,
and Denominational Publishing Boards,"
with others of that ilk. The mighty effect
which this desirable change is sure to pro
dace upon the manners and morals of the
country at large, cannot fail to be per?
ceived. Pious dairymaids and converted
cobblers will take the place of the "Last
Sensation" and "Beadle's Dime Novels,"
and the way to Heaven will be pointed out
by benignant divines to the weary travel?
ler, instead of the illuminated road to the
other place, now so attractively portrayed
by the feuilletonists of the Police Gazette.
Imagine the comfort to the bereaved
mother, whose son has paid with his life
the penalty of the rashness which induced
him to venture upon a Northern railway,
when from the mutilated fingers of the
corpse is extracted a crushed copy of
"Crumbs of Consolation from the Basket of
Grace," instead of the "immoral or vulgar"
trash, which but for the benevolent Union
might have disgraced his grasp. Fanoy
the brands which this timely provision of
the able and responsible gentlemen above
alluded to will pluck from the burning !
Could there be a more charming prospect ?
One almost feels disposed to. encounter what
Madame ns STAEL called la tristate de plaisir,
and to travel simply for the purpose of
breathing so healthy and invigorating a lit?
erary odor.
And should it be suggested by some cav?
illing critic that the contemplated project
savors somewhat of that very objectionable
idea to the free mind,-a censorship of the
press,-that the schedule which these gen?
tlemen offer is somewhat narrow and re?
stricted in its provisions, and looks sus?
piciously like an attempt to saddle the pop?
ular taste with an individual prelerence;
should the same critics go on to declare that
the scheme seeks to establish a monopoly,
and that the contract to furnish the travel?
ling public an unlimited supply of well
watered milk of the word is likely to re?
dound largely and exclusively to the pecu?
niary profit of the monopolists;-should
any suoh carping suggestions be made
and there are men who will find fault with
the most laudable projects, on the most
trivial grounds-we are sure the ingenuous
public will treat the insinuations with the
scorn they merit.
TRADE J OURS ALS INCREASE in number in
Great Britain. Several new ones have
sprung up within the last few weeks. One
is the Licensed Victuallers' Guardian, which
possesses a fine moral flavor, and is safely
recommended to serious barmen and bar?
maids. Scripture and beer contend in its
columnB for the first place. The Grocer ex?
plains its character to English people by its
title; so does the Draper; also the Bakers'
Record. Another paper, the Tailor and
Cutter, shows a high sense of the dignity
of the calling it undertakes to represent.
It is proposed to follow out the same plan
ia the South, and a round dozen of start?
lingly new dailies and weeklies will soon ?
see the light. One will be called the ' 'Car?
pet-bagger," and be devoted to an explana?
tion of the safest and most profitable way
of carpet-bagging. Another will bc called
the "Picker and Stealer," and in it will be
found all the latest news from the Southern
penitentiaries, including a highly edifying
serial tale, entitled "The Hero of Sing Sing,
or the Fortunes of a Reconstructionist."
A third will explain the mysteries of
"What's Yours is Mine and What's Mine's
My Own," with sketches of ingenious pickers
and stealers who have grown rich by stealth
and blush to find it fame.
A CORRESPONDENT WHO had "an axe to
grind" complains because we will not pub?
lish his communication unless it is paid for
at our regular advertising rates. "Public
spirit," he says, should impel us to insert
such matter without charge. When our
printers, pressmen, paper-makers, ink
makers, carriers and general employees
will take payment in "public spirit," wo
will do as our correspondent suggests, but j
until the arrival of that newspaper millen
ium all customers who have nothing but
personal interests to serve will be referred
either to the advertising counter or the
waste-basket. Publishing a newspaper is
not a piece of pure philanthropy, but a
business which is expected to pay; and gra?
tuitously advertising the claims of Brown,
Jones or Robinson as "Keepers of the Parish
Pump," or "Inspectors of the City Brooms,'
is not a business principle.
IN THE fourteenth constitutional amend?
ment it is expressly conceded that every
State has the right to say who shall vote in
that State; but in order to prevent the
Southern States from depriving the negroes
of the right of suffrage, it is provided that
the negroes shall not be represented in
Congress at all unless the male negroes are
allowed to vote. This, when ra ified, if |
ratified at all, will be a part of the Federal
Constitution; while the law providing for
the admission of the States will at most be
nothing but an act of Congress, not to say
an unconstitutional act of Congress. Th?
act will, of course, have to yield to the con?
stitution, and so the stringent conditions
will amount to nothing in regard to impar?
tial suffrage.
ACCORDING TO A Washington telegram,
General GRANT is of opinion that the "iron?
clad" oath prescribed by the ninth section
of the Reconstruction act, to be taken by all
persons "elected or appointed" to office in
the "so-called" States of the South, is not
to be taken by those eleoted under any new
constitution which may have been adopted,
unless the constitution itself so requires.
It was under the ninth section of the Re?
construction act that General CANST or?
dered that all persons elected or appoin?
ted to office, prior to the declaration that
the State was entitled to Congressional rep?
resentation, must take the "iron-clad" oath.
THE GOSSIPS ABE at fault. Mrs. STOVER
is not likely to be caught in the nets of the
FOWLER, of whom it is touchingly said, "To
sorre faithfully bis country, his State, and
his constituents, and to supervise the
education of his son and daughter, are the
objects of his heart's ambition."
MB. BINGHAM'S OBATOBT is faulty in one
particular. He says "Senut" and "ad tn
tervm," and cannot say "President" without
becoming entangled among the syllables.
Other senators have similar peculiarities,
and it is fortunate that Mr. CHASE will pro?
nounce the verdict.
Co Bent.
rHKST, HOUSE NORTH SIDE OF
Lauren*-?treet, No. 5, near East Bay. To au
approved tenant the rent will be very moderate. Ap?
ply at No. 110 EAS!' BAY._it May 15
?W HIRE?-THE FURNITURE OF A
. lamily to hire. To a careful person the terms
?Ul ba low. Apply ot THIS OFFICE.
May 16_
ij'O KK9JT. HOllsE No. 68 RUTLEDGE
J. Avenue, suitable for a small family. Apply to
E. L. BABEE, -No. 141 East Bay.
May 15 _6_
rKENT. UNE OK TWO COMFORT?
ABLE ROOMb, with kitchen and servants'
room, in a private family. Rt nt moderate. Apply
at No. 101 CALHOUN-STREET, between Mee ting
and Anson streets. 3* May 14
5 RENT, BKICK. HOUSE No. 03 HA
SEL-STREET. containing foul square and two
attic rooms, iras throughout, larne lot and good cis?
tern. Possession giveu 2Uth Instant Apply to
M. P. PICKETT,
May ll 6? Pavilion Hotel Stables.
TU RENT, STORE >o. 23 HAYNK
STREET, willi Fixtures. The Store runs throngh
to Market-utreet Rent low. Apply at No. 13 HAYNE
STBEET._May 2
TO REM', TUE UPPER FART OF
Houae southwest corner of Calhoun aud King
streets. Rent moderate. Apply at No. 133 RING
STREf.T, two doors below Calhoun-street.
April 27_
TO RENT.-PART UF A HOUSE,
KITCHEN, Ac, near the Battery, partly fur?
nished if neeJcd. Apply at No. 6 MEETING
SI REET, between tea and two o'clock.
February 10 mth
U RENT. THE SF? Ui&E NOW OCCL
PIED by H. M. Welch, corner of Market and
Meeting streets; also, the Grocery Store on Market
street, west ot the above, and formerly occupied by
W. J- Trim.
ALSO,
THE SPACIOUS STORE IN THE ADGEB BUILD?
ING, entrance on Market-stree:, formerly occupied
by Mackey k Baker.
ALSO,
THE TWO STORES ON KING-STREET, IN THE
ADGER BniLDING, north of Messrs. Raoul k
L mah. Inquire of
E. W. MAR-HALL,
May 2 stuth ' Nu. 143 Meering street
fost anD /oana.
BUNCH UF KEYS.-FOUND, IN ST.
Philip-street on Thursday, a BUNCH OF KEY?.
The owner can obtain them at this office on pay?
ment of expenses. May 16
KEYS LOST.-LUST, YESTERDAY, A
small BUNCH OF KEYS, with the owner's
name and address stamped on a metallic tag attach?
ed. The Ander will receive a suitable reward by
leaving thc Keys at tue DAILY NEWS OFFICE.
May 14
LUST, B KT WEEN THE BATTERY
and the Mall, either in the lower part of King*
street, Tradd, Meeting or Columbus streotB, FORTY
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 THIS
OFFICE._April 30
(Coprtncrsijips.
DISSULUTION.
rE FLEM ( F HAMILTON k SMITH. OF
Charleston, S. C., was dissolved by mutual con?
sent on 2dth of April, 1868.
JOH S A. HAMILTON.
JULIUS C. SMITH.
NOTICE.
MB. JOHN A. HAMILTON HAVING WITH?
DRAWN from the firm of HAMILTON &
SM (TH, the subscriber gives notice that the affairs
of the concern will be settled by him. All persons
having claims against the firm will present tho same,
aud those indebted will settle wiih
JULIUS a BMXIH,
April SO th6 Greenv?le, S. C.
NOTICE.
COBN GROUND ON TOLL AT LOW RATES, AT
the House of Correction, Magazine-street
By order of chief of Police.
W. P. POULNOT,
April 18 30 Keeper H. C.
Panis.
WANTED, A SITUATION BY A RE
FPECTA3LE White Girl to attend in a atoro,
and i rilling to make herself generally useful. Can
give good relcrinces. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
May IQ _1?
APRIVATE FA Mili Y LIVING WITHIN
two minutes' walk of tho Charleston Hotel and
Post?nico would like to rent, either furnished or
unfb'niahed, a LARGE AND AIRY FRON I CHAM?
BER, to one or two single gentlemen, who would
board elsewhere. _May 15
WANTED. A PL AC K AS GARDEN Eli.
An ex-member of Hagood's Brigade, C. S. A.
who lost on am in tim war, and who is now m re?
duced circutnaancee, is anxious to get employment
as GARDENER, and to take charge ot lots at Mag
noba. He is williDg to work and can eivo the best
testimonials as to experience, efficiency and fidelity.
Address J. H. THOMAS, DAILY NEWS Onice.
May 12_
WANTED, A SMALL HOUSE OP FOL'R
OB FIVE BOOMS, within flvo or eight
minutes' walk of the NEWS Office. Rent not to ex?
ceed $450. A part of a house would be accepted.
Apply to "D. D. P.," News Office._May 8
WANTED TO PUK CHASE, A SECOND?
HAND 8-OCTAVE PIANO. For particulars.
Address'* S. CV stating terms, at this Onice.
May 5_._
WANTED, A COLORED FEMALE SER?
VANT, accustomed to general housework and
to serre as lady's maid. A person not over thirty
years would be preferred, and none need apply with?
out unexceptionable references as to character. Ap?
ply at THIS OFFICE._April 30
WANTED TO BUY, A HOUSE SUITA?
BLE for a small family, not near salt water,
and lot to be medium size. Parties have $1000
cash ready to pay on same. Address INVEST?
MENT, Daily NewB office._April 29
WANTED BY A YOUNG LADY, A SITU
ATION A8 TEACHER in a private family.
Would prefer to go into the country. Best of refer
enees given if required. Address "J. E. E.," Charles?
ton Postofflce. _April 27
WANTED, EMPLOYMENT AS A
WATCHMAN, or in any other capacity in
which be can earn a livelihood, by a one-armed
soldier, who ls in distress for want of work. Ad?
dress "J. 8.," Office of the DAXLT NEWS.
April 21_
WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS FOR ALL
THE LEADING MAGAZINES AND NEWS?
PAPERS, at publisher's rates.
CHARLES C. RIGHTER,
April 21 _No. 161 King-street.
WANTED, AGENTS EVERYWHERE,
to sell cur PATENT EVERLASTING META LP
LIO CLOTHES LINES. Write for circulars to the
AMERICAN WERE COMPANY, No. 162 Broadway.
New York._Cmos_April 20
WANTED-- A LADY OP REFINE?
MENT and education desires a situation as
GOVERNESS. Belerences unexceptional. For further
information, address Box 257, Postoffice, Richmond,
Virginia. _ April 10
WANTKD TO PURCHASE, A SMALL
HOUSE, say with five roams, and not far
from the linc o street cars; western part of city pre?
ferred and below Calhoun-street. Address "HOME,"
DAXLT NEWS Office, stating terms and locality.
Aprd 10_
AGENTS WANTED-FOR A BOOK
entitled A PICTURE OF THE DESOLATED
M'ATES, and the Work or Restoration. Every voter
needs lt before November, 1868. Freight, largest
commissions and a premium of $500 paid. For par?
ticulars address, L. STEBBINS,
March 31 2mo*_Hartford, Ct
WANTED, SALESMEN TO TRAVEL
for a Manufacturing Company and sell by sam?
ple. Good wages are guaranteed. Address, with
stamp, HAMILTON & HOWE, No. 418 Chestnut
street, Philadelphia, Fa. 2mo* March 30
WANTED. FIRST-CLASS AGENTS TO
introduce our NEW 8TAR SHUTTLE SEW?
ING MACHINES. Extraordinary ind neera en ts to
good salesmen. Further particulars and samplo
work furnished on application to W. G. WILSON &
Co., Cleveland, Ohio, Bot ton, Mass., or St Louis,
Mo._Smog_February 17
WANTED, EVERYBODY TO SUB
SCBLBE to the CIRCULATING LIBRARY.
CHARLES C. RIGHTEB'8 Select Library of New
Books contains all of the latest publications.
April 21 No. 161 KING-STREET.
M Sale.
TO PUBLISHERS AND JOURNALISTS.
A large amount of TYPE and JOB MATERIAL
for sale, in lots to suit purchasers. Terms reason?
able, and cash. Also, a fine HAND PRESS, price $250 ;
an Adams' Power Press, price $1500; and a Card
Press, price $100. Apply to F. G. DEFONTAINE,
Po? *o. 09, Oharlojton PoBtofflce. April 8
FOR ?ALE, oiaD NKltraUPAMtitiUft, Of
any quantity, price 75 cents per hundred. Anply
st the Office ef the DAILY NEWS. February 20
TWO SINGLE GENTLEMEN, THAT
would room together, can be accommodated
with a pleasant room m a private family, whore
there are no other boarders. Apply at THIS OFFICE.
May ll___
BOARDING! BOARDING! BOARDING I
Mrs. A. TRACEY ia now prepared to accom?
modate a few more Boarders, lenna moderate.
Apply at No. 70 BROAD-STREET. April 13
(Lc?ur?tion?l.
'H?IGHTSCI?IDOI^
No. 35 WENTWOBIH-3TBEET, LECTURE ROOM
OF ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH.
rTYHE HOURS FOR THE EXERCISES IN ARITH
JL METIC, WRITING, READING, GERMAN and
ENGLISH GRAMMAR are from 7 to 9. o'clock P. M.
Terms-$2 per month in advance.
Book-keeping charged extra.
December2 C. H. BERGMANN.
frn ?onus, (?tr.
J~^RY GOODS I DRY GOODS 11
BABGAINSI BARGAINS!!
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE NOW OPENING AN
elegant assortment of DRY GOOD>, HOSIERY, LA?
DIES' and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
which they hare rc. eived per recent arrivals, and
are roc e i vi rn; by o very stet mer-the most select stock
of Dry Goods over ollero 1 m this market Tothoso
who are hi nood of articles in our line, we say now
ls your chance.
ODE STOCK COMTOISES :
Longclotba at 10 to 12>i els; yard wi?., 15cts;
Large Lot White and Brown table Damask at low
prie "B ; a large lot of Dress Goods for 25 to 30 cts per
yard; Ladies and Gentlemen's White and Brown
Hose, 12>? cts, up; Children and Misses' White
Hose, 10 cts, up; Ladles' Fancy Pocket Handker?
chiefs from 15 ots, np; a large lot Fancy Parasols,
Bugie Trimmed, josi than half cost; Gentlemen's
Fine Undershirts, 75ot?, to fl; Ladies' Fine Linen
Collars fTom 5 to 10 cts; very large lot Linen Towels
at S2 per dozen, or 20 cts a piece; Ladies' Lisle
Ihread Gloves, 15 eta, up; Ladies' French Silk Mit?
tens, 35 cts pair; French White Swiss Muslin and
Cambric, 20 cts, np.
AU carly call ls solicited if you want bargains, as
wo believe ba quick sites and small profit''.
.FUttCHGOTT A BRO.,
Southwest corner King and Cauiouu-streets.
April ai Imo*
guiris.
ADAME GIDIERE,
CALDER HOUSE.
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CHAELESTON, s. C.
Transient Board $2 GO per Day.
April 29_
Q.ILMOR HOUSE,
MONUMENT SQUARE,
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND,
KIRKLAND & CO., Proprietors.
April 27 lyr
Wi
LLIAM IRWIN,
PBOPHTTTOB OF THE
PALMETTO HOUSE,
SPABTANBUBG, B.C.
December
gPOTTSWOOD HOTEL,
MILLWARD BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS,
RICHMOND, VA.
April 6_
JTEW YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW Y0BK COT.
D. M. H1LDRETH & CO., Proprietors.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the managMaent ol J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently nuder that of HIRAM CRANSTON A
CJ., is now under the proprietorship of Messrs. D.
M. HILDRETH k T. B. ROCKWAY, liner the firm of
D. M. HILDRETH k CO.
The senior partner front his long experience as a
proprietor of tut, Veranda, St Louts and St Charles
Hotels of Now Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure his friends and ibe public generally, that its
former world-wide reputation as a popular first-class
Hotel, shall be fully sustained under its present
management lyr* February 13
Mires in Banhrup?rt).
I~aTr HK^msT?tici^COIJB^^OF^T??K
UNITED STATES FOR THE DISTRICT OF
SUUIH CAROLINA_IN THE MAT 1ER OF
JOsEiH W. ALSBROOK, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A.
REI IXION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANK?
RUPTCY WAS FILED ON THE 1ST DAY OF
MAY, A. D. 18G8, LN SAID COURT.-IN BANK?
RUPTCY.-This is to-rive notice that on the four?
teenth day of ?tay, A. D. 1808, a Warrant in Bankrupt?
cy was issued against the Estate of JOsEPH W.
ALSBROOK, of Clarendon District, and State
of South Carolina, who has been adjudged !
a Bankrupt, on his own petition; that tlie payment of |
any debts and delivery of any property belonging to
said Bankrupt, to him or for Ids use, and the
transler of any property by him, are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of tbc Creditors ol the said Bank?
rupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one or more
Assignees of his Estate, will bo held at a Court of |
Bankruptcy, to bo holden at No. 72 Broad-street,
Charleston, S. C., before E. B. CARPENTER, Begis
trar, on tho twenty-eighth day of Mau, A. D. 1868, at 2
o'clock, P. M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
May 16_1_
JIV THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE DISTRICT OF
UTH CAROLINA-IN THE ll ATTER OF DRU?
SILLA G. ROBINSON, BANKRUPT, B? WHOM
A PETITION FOB ADJUDICATION OF BANK
HUPTOY WAS FILED ON THE 17TH DAY OF
APRIL. A. D. 1868, LN SAID COURT-IN BANE
RUP J CY.-This iaUo give notice, that on the four?
teenth day of Mafft- D. 1868, a Warrant in Bank?
ruptcy was issued against the Estate of DRUSILLA
G. ROBINSON, of Orangeburg, in the District of I
Orangeburg and State of South Carolina, who has
been adjudged a Bakrupt, on her own petition; that
the payment of any debts and delivery of any proper?
ty belonging to said Bankrupt, to her or for her use,
and the transfer of any property by ber are forbidden
by law; that a meeting of the Creditor? of the said
Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one or
more Assignees of hor Estate, wQl be held at a
Court or Bankruptcy, tobe holden at No. 72 Broad
street, Charleston, 8. C., before B. B. CARI ENTER.
Registrar, on the twenty-eighth day of May, A. D. 1868,
at 12 o'clock M. J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
May 10_1_
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES. FOR THE DISTRICT OF
bOUTH CAROLINA-IN THE MATTER OF JERE?
MIAH GRANT, BANKRUPT, BY WHOM A PETI?
TION FOR ADJUDICATION OF BANKRUPTCY WAS
FILED ON THE 28TH DAY OF FERRUARY, A. D.
1868, LN 8AID COURT.-TN BANKRUPTCY.-This
is -to give notice that on tho fourteenth day of May,
A. D. 1868, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued
against tho Esta e of JEREMIAH GRANT, of Oheraw,
In the District of Chesterfield, and Staff cf South Car
rolino, who bas bcen?adjadgcd a Bankrupt, on his own
petition; that the payment of any debts and dell v.
ery of anx property belonging to said Bankrupt, to
him or formals use, and the transfer of any property by
him are forbidden by law; thata meeting nf the Cred?
itors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to
choose one or more Assignees of his Estate, will be
b eld at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at No. 72
Broad-street, Charleston, S. C., before B. B. CAB
PENTER, Registrar, on the twenty-eighth da>i of May,
A. D. 1868, at 10 o'clock A. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
United States Marshal as Messenger.
May 10 1
?isctiknms.
ARR~& LANGMA?'SnpAT^Nl^^n
QULD Bf-SULPHAIE OF LIME, a certain pre?
servative of Bags, Fruit, Meat, ftc, for any length of
time. For sale by Druggists and Grocers.
May 16_stuthl3
ONT FAIL. TO TR Y THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANEMN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for ail Dis?
eases of tho Digestive Organs and the Liver, For
sale by all Druggists.
ONT FAIL TO TR Y THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists._
ONT FALL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANER ES'N HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists._
OVT FAIL TO TRY THU CELEBRA*
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC HITTERS, an unfailing remedy for aU Dis
eases of the Digestivo Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggtsb'._
ONT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists._
DONT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN IONIC, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO HITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestivo Organs and the Liver. For
sale by ali Druggists._
DVflT VAU. TO TR Y THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC. PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
aale by all Druggists._
ONT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
TED SOUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S HE
PATIO BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by ail Druggists_
DONT FAIL TO THY THE CELEBRA?
TED SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for sn Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organa and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists._
ONT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA?
TED 8QUTHERN TONIO, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BITTERS, an unfailing remedy for all Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
.tale by all Druggists._
ONT FAIL TO TRY THE CELEBRA
TET? SOUTHERN TONIC, PANKNIN'S HE?
PATIC BETTERS, an unfailing remedy for aU Dis?
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
?ale by all Drnoalsts. Ivr November 27
T C E CREAM. .
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORM8 HIS FORMER
customers and the public In general, that he has re?
sumed hts Business for the season at the old stand,
No. 85 CALt?.OUN-9TREbT, where be will be happy
to see all his former patrons.
N B.-Carts will run as usual to all parts of tho
city, and no cream sold aa mino will be genuine un?
less obtained from carts bearing the name of Henry
Larcomb. ICE also for sale at all hours at No. 85
Calhoun-street HEN'RY LARCOMB,
May 5_Imo
OTICE TO FARMERS.
WILLIAM HUNT HAS RESUMED HIS OLD BU?
SIN ""SS at No. 42 Market-btreet, north side, where
he is prepared to receive and forward all kinds of
VEGETABLES and FRUITS on consignment. Lib?
eral ad\ anees will be made if desired. Consignments
for the New York, Philadelphia, Bellmore and Wash?
ington Markets will meet with prompt at tea ti on.
From his long experience in this business he feels
confident of affording satisfaction to his customers.
For those preferring to s-11 their products here the
highest market prices w'dl be obtained. Vegetables
and all kinds of country produce will be retailed
at wholesale prices. Imo May 14
J HE UEIt'S
FASHIONABLE BABBEB'S SALOON,
IS AT
No. 93 MARKET-STREET,
South side, bet.veen King and Meeting streets.
Mr. HELIER is a German Barber, bas been thor?
oughly trained to his business, and is prepared to
serve his friends and the public generally m the seve?
ral branches of his art, viz:
SHAVING
HAIR-DRESSING
SHAMPOOING
HAIR DYING
ftc, itt
January ll
GUANO.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
BAUGH'S RAW BOSE PHOSPHATE, QUALITY
guaranteed as per analysis ol Professor Shep?
ard. These manures can be used to advantage as a
top dressing, and aid much in stimulating the plant
and bringing lt to early maturity. They can be
ui ed with equal advantage for Com or Cotton.
My present Stock, il desired, will be sold, payable
1st January, for approved City acceptance vdth 7 per
cent, interest J. N. ROBSON.
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf
April 28 _c _tuth limo
Top Dressing; ! Top Dressing !
MAPES'
NITBOGENIZED SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE OF LIME.
FOB
COTTON, COEN, WHEAT AND GENERAL CROPS.
AS ATOP DRESSING TO A GROWING CROP
THIS FERTILIZES cannot be excelled. It
may housed before or after the planting of the crop;
for even when applied as a top dressing, it cannot be
lost by evaporation, as none of its constituents are
volatile. It may be applied at each hoeing of cotton,
and in tho hills during the cultivation of corn and
other crop.-. When crops have been previously
manured iu the usual way, and found to be of slug
fish growth, it may be augmented by the use of this
er?ilzer.
This Fertilizer has bec : successfully used through?
out the Southern States during the past fifteen
years.
For fuU an<dyae8 of MAPES'NTTROGENIZED
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME, letters from promi?
nent Plante- a throughout thc State of South Carolina,
and analyses of crops, see descriptive pamphlets,
*hich will be furnished free of charge; and all
orders filled by H. AV. KINSMAN,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
April 18 No. 163 East Boy.
Ilmwements.
"T" SABBATH SCHOOL KTnUBTTlOS
AND CONCEET
"Will take jrtace on Monday and Tuesday Eeeningt,
tue 18th ancrl9th instant at the
CLUB HOUSE, MEETING-STREET,
rjSr the benefit of (be
* MISSION PRESB?TERIAN CHURCH,
E. J. ADAME, Pa? tor.
Tbe Singing will be conducted by Prof. MCALPIN.
Refreshment-- will bo exposed for sale during re?
cess. The public generally are invited.
Tickets for adults 15 cents. Children 10 cents.
May lt!_2*
J^KEEKDSCHAFTSBCSD.
THE ANNUAL MAROON OF THE SOCIETY
will take place on Monday, 18th May, at the Schutz
cnplatz.
Omnibuses wiU leave corner Bing and Shepherd
streets, between 8 and 9 o'clock A. M., for members
and friends invited by them.
C. SIEG LING,
May IC _1_Secretary.
T_T^ IBER MAN HAL Ii.
ABOUND THE WORLD AND HOME AGAIN.
HARRY MACARTHY,
TEE OBIODVAL
AR.KANSAS COMEDIAN,
TS HTS AMUSING
PERSONATION CONCERTS,
EM TITLED
"MUSICAL MOMENTS WITH MERRY MOMUS."
Slr. HARRY MACARTHY, the man of versatility,
with his mimic entertainments, pronounced 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'BEABDON, the Musical Genius of '68.
Mr. MACARTEY has new Songs, new Dances ?d
new Characters, with which to greet yon.
He will play for a few nights only, commencing on
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1868.
ADMISSION SEVENTY-FIVE O?NTS.
Maru
Justness QMs.
1ANOS TU NED.
PIANOS TUNED BY
PROFESSOR M. O'REARDON,
LEAD EE OF HA KEY MACABTHT'S TROUPE,
Who can be found at the PAVILION HOTEL until
Saturday. May lflth, 1868._May ll
Q H A R L E S T O S
STEAM SAW MILL,
WEST END OF BEA UFAIN-STREET.
THE SUBSCRIBER
Having rebuilt his STEAM SAW MELL, ls now pre?
pared to execute all orders for SHIPPING and GUY
TRADE with dispatch.
JOHN H. STEIN AIE Y ER,
May 5 West end of Beaufain-street.
B
OOH AND JOB
PRINTING.
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, Ac, direct from manufacturers,
and wUI execute all orders for
BOOIC AND JOB PltlNTIVG
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES.
Having large fonts of type, will contract for the
publication of a Weekly or Monthly on liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low ratea, if left at No. 83 HAYNE-STREET.
May 13 JAB. W. MCMILLAN.
Q H . SASS,
ATTORNEY AT LA TF,
ABD
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
03- Office No. 15 BRO AD-STREET, over the Peo?
ple's National Bank. May 8
T^yiLLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AJO
SHIPPING AGENTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, 8ALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. 0.
E. WILLIS. .A. B. CHIS0L1I.
October 35
Jg FOLEY'S
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. 85 MARKET-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. a
Where may be found every variety of GREAT
COATS, FROCK AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
derthirta, Vests and Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Tr?nke, Carpet Baos,
Valises, kc. Februarys
g ABTUE L H. MARSHALL,
IMPORTEE AND DEALER m
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, GUNS AND AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS,
No. 310 KING-ST., 3d DOOR BELOW SOC1E1T.
Sign of til o Golden Gun,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 21 3m o
VISITING. WEDDING AND OHUBCH CARDS,
of the latest style, and engraved in a manner
unsurpassed by the best Northern work.
HEALS AND MONOGRAMS of every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING in all ita
brandies.
Also, STENCIL PLATES CUT, INK AND BRUSHES.
Call aud examine specimens at _
WM. FISHER,
No. 92 Basel-street Charleston, S. C.
Marcb 4 3mo
np HE OLD ESTABLISHED
KET AIL HARDWARE STORE,
No. 344 KING-STREET,
Between Society-street and George-street
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
January 21 tuths6mos No. 341 King-street.
j^j-AXWELL di PAYSON,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
No. 209 FRONT-STREET, NEW YORK.
Consignments of VEGETABLES solicited.
References-J. F. O'NEILL k SON, Charleston;
WM. GUBNEY, Charleston. stuthlmo April 25
H. KELLERS iii CO.,
'DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
Na 131 MEETTNG-STBEET, NEAR MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
RECEIVED WEEKLY.
^-PRESCRIPTIONS PDT UP WITH CARE.-CB.
January 3 tutbs
WATSON'S GROCERY.
HALF CHESTS CHOICE H?SON TEA,5150 FEET
lb.
Half chests Choice Gunpowder Tea, SI 25 per lb.
Half chest* Choice Oolong, SI 25 per lb.
Tubs New May butter
Davis' Diamond Hams
tdwards' "New York City" Hams
Edwards" New York City Shoulders
Davis' Ture Lea? Lard
Good Brown sugar, 12& cents per lb.
For sale at WILSON'S GBOCERY,
Northwest corner Society and Anson streets.
Aa" GOODS DLLIYEBED FREE.
May 16_sw2*
BACON AND MOLASSES.
9 fl H?J?S- STRICTLY PRIME WESTERN C. R
?\J SIDES AND SHOULDERS
30 barrels Prime Molasses.
Landing and for sale by
May 15_LAiiREY k ALEXANDER.
BACON ! BACON! BACON !
ALSO,
FLOUR, CORN ?v SUGAR.
FOR 8ALE AT NO. 68 EAST RAY, BY
C. N. AVERILL.
MaylS_3
SEA ISLAND CO I TON SEED.
ASMALL QUANTITY OF EXCELSIOR AND
UNDERWOOD COTTON SEED.
For sale by WILLIAM GURNEY,
May 12_5__No. 102 East Bay.
GLUE.
KA PARRELS GLUE, OF VARIOUS GRADES,
fJVJ for salo by WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
May 7_ No. 203 East Bay.
BUNGS.
ALL SIZES. FOB SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD ls CO..
May 7_No. 203 East Bay.
CORN! CORN ! COEN!
O AA A BUSHELS OF STRICTLY PRIME
OUUU WHITE MILLING COEN, lu bulk
2009 bushels of primo White Corn, in baga
2500 bushels of Western Mixed Corn.
At depot, for sale low. Apply to
STREET BROTHERS tc CO.,
April 29_ No. 71 East Bay.
1OMIJ0HNS,
tZf\r\f\ DEMIJOHNS, OF ALL SIZES
0\J\J\J 100 hampers Claret Wine Bottles.
For sale low by C LACIUS k WITTE.
April 21 Smos
CHLORIDE O? LISLE.
m HE BEST DISINFECTANT. FOB SALE BY
X E. H. SELLERS k CO.,
Marcha_Mo. ta Moettog-rtrart.
CHOICE
FAMILY GROCERIES.
TEAS, IMTIM, ETC.
ALL GOODS
SOLL *T THIS ES?
TABLISHMENT
ABE 07 THE
FIRST QUALITY.
WE S?LL NO
GOODS BUT WHAT
CAN BE WAR?
RANTED AS PURE
AND GENUINE.
il
ri
s
QC
i
M
2J
fe
rt
?
GOODS DELIV?
ERED TO ALL
PARTS OF THE.
CITY, RAILROAD
DEPOTS, STEAM-V
BOATS. FREE OF
CHARGE.
Il
KD?G-ST.
TERMS-CASH OB CITY ACCEPTANCE.
NO. 275 XING-STREET,
BETWEEN WENTWORTH ?ND BEAUFA1X.
BRANCH OF
900 Broadway, cor. 20th-strcet,
If E W YORK.
January 25 s ruth
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S
EXTRA. FINE, PURE OLD
Monongahela Whiskeys.
FORDER TO FACILITATE THE SUPPLY OF
OUR PURE OLD MO s ONUAHELA RYE WHIS?
KEYS to oar former numerous customers st the
South, we have appointed Messrs. H. GERDTS ac
CO., oar Agents, who, by this arrangement, are en*
abled to supply the trade at prices which will ensure
, satisfaction.
H. it H. W. CATHERWOOD.
H. & H. W. CATHERWOOD'S y
EXTRA FINE, PURE OLD
Monongahela Whiskeys.
K(\ BARRELS 07 THE ABOVE FAVORITE
.JV / WHISKEYS, consisting of X, XX, XXX,
XXXX, and NE CT Alt BRATPDd, and also of lower
grades.
Now landing ex-Steamer Alliance, and for sale low
by H. GERDTS & CO.,
No. 195 EAST BAY.
March 31_tuths2mos
COUNTRT MERCHANTS,
DAIRYMEX, FARMERS AND OTHERS
CONSIGN YOUR
ASHES, BEESWAX, BEANS,
BUTTEE, CHEESE, EGGS,
FLOUB AND MEAL, FLAX,
COTTON, FUBS AND SKINS..
DREED AND GBEEN FRUITS,
GBAIN, WOOL, GAME, P0ULTBT,
NAVAL STORES, HOPS,
GINSENG, FEATHERS,
HEMP, PBOYISION8,
OILS, Ti A RT), TALLOW,
TOBACCO, SEEDS,
SORGHUM, MOLASSES, Ac., &C
TO
JOSIAH CARPENTER,
GENERAL. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 442, 444 and 446 WASHINGTON-STREET,
New Torie City,
And receive his weekly PRICE CURRENT of Pro?
duce and Groceries, the most complete Price Cur?
rent published in the United States.
SEND FOR A PRICE CURRENT.
Marking Plates and Cards Furnished Free.
T.rRT^T, ADVANCES HADE OK CONSIGNMENTS.
Established May 1st, 1860.
FIRST CLASS REFERENCES GIVEN WHEN
REQUIRED.
Marchi _c_lyr
SPECIAL NOTICE) TO FARMERS
WEL0H k BRANDES, NOS. 67 AND 69 STATE
STREET, having increased and extended
their faculties for
SHIPPING AND FORWARDING
FBUITS AND VEGETABLES,
Solicit consignments for the New York, Philadel?
phia, Baltimore and Washington markets, on which
liberal advances will be made if desired.
To those preferring to seU their products here,
he hig heat market prices will be paid.
April 15 Imo
NOTICE
THE SALT WATER BATHING HOUSE OFF
White Point Garden will be opened on the "th
May, and continue open for the season. The pro?
prietor has made several alterations in Baths and La?
dies' Dressing rooms. The Beireahment Depart?
ment, s*ch as Ice Cream, Ac., will be of the best
quality. The proprietor ?ul give bis immediate at?
tention to the comfort and con.enience of visitors.
M. McMANMON,
May 4 mws Proprietor.

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