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THE DAILY NEWS.
LARGEST CIRCULATION'.-THE DAILY
rNEWS BEING THE NEWSPAPER OFFICIALLY
^RECOGNIZED AS HAYING THE LARGEST CIR?
CULATION IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON,
PUBLISHES THE LIST OF LETTERS REMAIN
. rNG TN THE POSTOFFICE AT THE END OF
. EACH WEEK, ACCORDING TO THE PS0YI5
.-IONS OF THE NEW POsTOFFTCE LAW.
LOCAL MATTERS.
-C
AUCTION SALES THIS HAT.
A MCKAY ? CAMPBELL will sell at 10 o'clock,
s, at their sales room. No. 136 UV ting-street furniture,
.tobacco, Ac.
W. 8. HASTIE, Sheriff, win sell at ll o'clock, at tho
.- Courthouse, s lot of land with buildings thereon.
CAMPBELL, KNOX A Co. wiQ seU, at 10 o'clock, at
their auct'on honst-, No. 55 Hasel-stroet, dry goods,
.. Ac._
DEATH OF A VENERABLE CITIZEN.-Colonel
. " Jno. S. Aaho died yosterdoy morning, and will be bu?
ried to-day. COL Asho was for many years a promi?
nent politician, and an impulsive but true and warm?
hearted Southern gentleman. He filled many poai
j tiona of trust and importance, and was State Senator
for several terms. He wv identified with the 8 ta te
: in the eventful history of the past, from the days o;
nullification tb the last revolution.
A TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION.-It is understood
? that the Republican party will gather their clans to?
night, and will parade through the city in a torch
. light procession. The transparencies will be covered
- with'the norase of the Republican nominees, they
not baing desirous of having their ligbt hid under a
.bushel._
THE CracTJS.-The great Brazilian hippo?
drome was opened on Saturday night. Tbe feats of
- horsemanship performed by I o wand e. the bare-back
od rider, were aatormrUng, and formed one of the
. moat interesting features of the entertainment. The
troupe exhibits a wonderful degree of akin. AB
- ?the stay of this circus la limited all should attend at
an early day. -_ . '.
RUNAWAY ACCIDENT.-On Saturday morning,
as Ur. I. T. Potter, tue newry appointed, alderman,
? WAS retortingin hi? buggy from the City Hali, after
having duly qualified, tia boree took fright and ran
off along Meeting-street At the corner of Went,
worth-street Mr. Potter was thrown violently from
his seat, and soon ofter tho*horse was secured. The
new aMerman, fortunately, sustained no more seri
.ons injury than some severe bruises.
"THC BANNER or THE SOUTH," Father By.
i an'a new weekly paper, improves with every issue,
a Ld bids fair to take a fort moat place in popularity
and circulation among the weekly papers of the
South. Those who want a truly Southern paper can?
not do better than s uhf cribe. Captain James Arm
. strong, Jr., sud Mr. Edward Lee ara the Charleston
.Agents, and the Banner ls for aale at Quinn's News
Depot. , _
. BOLD BUEOLABY.-The paint store of Mr. A.
s. Fia tas, No. 1T4 East Bay, was broken open on
- So trtrdoy evening and thoroughly rummaged. The
object a/ the robbers was evidently to secure money,
.but they obtained only some small chango remaining
in the tm. They also took a coat and some other ar?
ticles belonging to Mr. Frei tao, bat made no attempt
.to remove any of th? stock, probably from the fear
.-.that lt might result in their identification.
CONVICTED AT LAST.-T. C. Callicott, late an
internal revenue collector in New York, arter a (pug
trial, waa convicted on Thursday of conspiracy to
defraud th? United States Government of the tax on
spirits. Some.of our Charleston people have cause
to remember this same Callicott who figured exten?
sively here just after tbe ciora of the war, ai a gov?
ernment cotton agent and who showed himself at
that time to be a precious rascal and a profound
- adept in the game of grab. We wish him a good long
term in Sing Sing. _
JUNE.-Besides being the month of greatest
summer beauty, when nature robas the tro .-s and
fields with a rich garniture of leaves and flowers,
Jone has long bjen considered by the superstitious
as the most propitious month for contracting ma tri
montai engagements. It is, m reality; what the poeta
dream May to be: "The leafly month of June,"- aa
Coleridge describes it-the season of the year when
all the beauties of Na'ure are displayed, and the
truth of the assertion that "God made tba country
and mon made the town" is felt and acknowledged.
% THE COUNTS ELECTIONS.-Tho election for
- Sheriff, Clerk of Court, Probate Judge, Coroner,
County and .Schyl Commissioner, will be held to?
morrow. In acme instances the nominees of the
Radical party will meei with no opposition. Some of
tbe offices will, however, be, atrongly contested, and
-as each parry baa nerved itself for the conflict, it
* would ba difficult to predict Ute result This ia
especially the ca ie with regard to the sheriff's berth,
.-and all rm?, citizens should remember to coat their
votes for the candidato who represents the people,
and ia not the exponent ol a party antagonistic t o the
public interests._
A NEW MOVEMENT.-The Charleston correa
- ?pondent of the Baltimore Gazette says: 'T have jaat
heard of on important movement among the State
' ; .politicians, lt seems that among others lesa promt
sent Generala Hampton, Chesnot, Kershaw and
McGowan, are about leaving the Democratic ranks to
-form anew and more strictly conservative party,
?which is to take a middle course in politics and there?
by avoid the path of Southern extremists os well as
<tnat of Northern Radicals. Thia movement is a sor t
- of endorsement of Gov. Orr's course, and, doubt*
. less, with the aid ol such names at ita head, will com -
mond the support of many in this State."
" CLOSING NIGHT OF THE FAIR.-Saturday
night saw Hibernian Hall again filled with a g.y
-throng. The auction took place and the bidding for
/the difieront, articles was spirited.
Mr. B. S. Bruns conducted the auction and de ired
?the tables in a short time. The tableaux were al-o
repeated, tho scenes represented being "a pyram d
-of beauty," "a rustic scene" and "I dreamt that I
- dwelt m marbia halls." There waa a general desire
. among the visitors that the Fair should be continued!,
but the -'going, going, gone," and the fall or the
hammer, .announced ita dose. We understand that
-the Fair has netted nearly s1000.
THE REMOVAL or DISABILITIES.-The follow?
ing letter was received by a citizen of Columbia, in
reply to an application for the removal of disabili?
ties;
SENATE CHAMBER, WASHINGTON Cm.
Dear.Sir: I have your letter of the 19 th, in refer
? ance to the removal of your political disabilities. I
am not sure that tho time has yet come to make ex?
ceptions to our general policy in individual cases; to
- .do so, would be to open the door to innumerable ap?
plications; and once open, lt would be difficult to
. - shut lt. I hope to meet such cases aa yours by some
?enera! enactment; and as soon os tho condition ot
the country wiill permit I shall be the first to odvo
.cate the removal or all disabilities under which you
labor at present Yours t.nly,
CHARLES SUMNER.
To.--, Esq., Columbia. S. a
. Yr *
Orrs VEGETABLE FARMS.-A Charleston letter
.to the Baltimore Gazette say.-: "Great uneasiness
- exists among tbe gardon formera around the city on
. account of the potato blight which is spreading in
-the field and threatening a heavy damage to the
? crops. The potato crop, which is highly profitoble if
. .brought to market just after the season of the Ber?
muda potatoes, is this year rather backward, owing
. to an unusually cold spring, and is m its present
- half matured condition peculiarly hobie to injury
from the blight Other vegetables, however, al?
though also somewhat backward, ore doing well and
give fine promise. Large profita ?re often made on
thea ? garden forms, and this style ot planting ia
growing daily more popular."
A RACE TN PROSPECT.-It will be seen, by
. reference to oar advertising columns, that Mr.
.'Thomas Young, the owner of the Eleanor, has for?
mally challoDged Messrs. Marah Bros., owners or
, the ?ti* gmt The time* and place of the race will
be made known 004000 as the challenge is accepted.
.. In order to make the race more exciting, Mn Young
proposes to admit the Maggie Mitchell and a floe
craft recently built by Mr. Jones. As these boats
. ara nm ch smaller, they will be allowed one-half
minute to the mile, and wiD be required to put up a
stake of fifty dollars, and twenty-five donara forfeit
Io case either of these smaller boats should win the
race, they will receive but the two hundred dollars,
the larger sum being contested for by the kleinor
-and Ella Anna alone.
THE SIEAMSHIP CHAMPION.-Tilia-Commodi?
ous and superior steamer, ia charge of Captain R. W.
I ockwocd, lei: here (or Kew } erk on Saturday last,
where she will ?emain about sis weeks, durirg which
period she will have her machinery refitted, a new
boiler placed in her, and her cabin, and thc vessel
generally, will receive a complete renovation for the
fall trade. She had on hoar l a large freight, among
which were about three thousand p:ckagcs of vege?
tables. The Champion belongs to the line of which
James Adger, Esq., is the agent hero, and which ar?
composed of tho Jamc3 Adger, Charleston, Mmhat
tan and Ciiampim. Theae vessels afford passengers
and shippers every comfort and safety. Captain R.
W. Lockwood, of 'he Champion, will continue in
command, where *e feel assured he wi'l increase his
already wei', earned reputation.
AQUATIC SPORTS.-Thc pleasant weather of J
Saturday tempted many of those nautically incline I.
to risk their summ' r garments on the bosom of the
deep. Sails were raised, the craft manned, and the
harbor was dotted w.th pleasure boats scudding in
every direction. Many of the more pretentious
yachts were freighted with the youth and beauty of |
the "City by the Sea," who received the passing
homage of " those loss fortunate, whoso crews were
amateur mariners of the sterner s<>x. The afternoon
was bright, clear and beautiful, with just enough
wind to send the boats rippling through the waves.
Dull core was left behind and the present enjoyment
alone considered. As each party was on pleasure
bent there were no trials ol' skill, but it was noticed
that the Ella Anna, the new yacht of Messrs. Marsh,
showed a clean pair ot heels to all who tried her
mettle. The yachting season is now at hand, and
the lovers of sport should revive the interest once
felt by trials of speed between the different craft in
the Charleston squadron.
A FEDERAL MEMORIAL MEETTNO.-Some fifty
or sixty persons met at Military Hall on Saturday
night, at half-past eight, to listen to a memorial
address which was deMvered by Colonel A. J. Wil?
lard. 'I he day was appointed by the Grand Army
of the Republic, for the pur ^s* of adorning the
graves o? Federal soldiers who died during the war,
bot the secrecy with which the meeting waa held
doubtless precluded a large number of tho Northern
residents of the city from being prostat. General
Conby was among the audience, but with a few
other exceptions, there wore to be seen neither offi?
cers nor soldiers. It was also remarkable, consider?
ing the character of the occasion, that the address
was more political m its character than commemo?
rative of the services of the dead Union soldiers.
There were a few platitudes in justification of the
American Revolution, but the body of the document
was strongly suggestive of a paste pot and pair of
scissors let loose among several Tribune editorials,
m which Greeley has done bb heaviest effervescing.
It will be seen by our telegraphic dispatches that
the day was publicly celebrated elsi where, and the
colored community complain that the unusual
secrecy here must hove been observed to prevent
their attendance among tbe whites. One Parde?, a
carpet baggist, is s rid to have been the direct lever
employed to produce this result
THE SERMON BT THE BET. DB. HICKS.-The
announcement that Rev. Dr. Hicks would preach
last evening in the Citadel Square Church, drew to
that edifice one of the largest audiences that hos
ever assembled for a sacred purpose in the City of |
Charleston. Tho bouse was crowded to the very
pulpit steps, hundreds being compelled to stand.
And we exaggerate not at all In saying that every
person m the vast assemblage waa more than grati?
fied with the' exhibition of the rare gifts of the elo?
quent and learned divine.
the text of the sermon was I Peter, chapter I,
verses8 and9: "Whom, having not Been, wc love;
in whom, though now we see him not, yot believing,
we rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory.'
The sui ject deduced was first tho assured perso?
nal presence of Christ with his pcop'e, and the dis?
coveries of faith. The main argument waa on the
divinity of Christ, sad it w-s handled with a vigor,
I freshness and ability rare in thc teachings of the
pulpit. Portions of the sermon were exceedingly af?
fecting; strong men endeavored in vain to control
the emotions excited ; and although the delivery oc?
cupied an hour and a half, the interest which at?
tached tc the services from beginning to end waa
almost painful in ita intensity. Di. Hicks returns
to his charge tn Brooklyn on Wedueaday, much re?
cuperated by his visit to the "City by the Sea."
IMPORTANT TO BANKRUPTS.-The Bankrupt
act of Congress was introduced by Mr. Thomas A.
Jenckes, a member from Rhode Island, and approv?
ed Horeb 2d, 1887. Section 50, however, expressly
states "that no petition or other proceeding mader
tola act ah all be flied, received or commenced before
the Ant day of June, An'o Domini cigbtoen hundred
and sixty-seven." Mr. Jenckes was the first who
took advantage of ita provisions, but it has been ex.
temdvely patronized sinco that time by hundreds of
voluntary and compulsory bankrupts. Tho founders
of the act Baw that it would be necessary to estab?
lish some limitations, and it ls expressly enacted in
section 33 "that in all proceeding* tn bankruptcy
commencing after one year from the time
thiii act shall go m to operation (viz : June
lat/ 18671 no discharge shall be granted to a debtor
whose assets do not pay fl!ty per centum of
the claims against his estate, unie s tho assent, in
writing, of a majority in number and value of his
creditors who have p oved their claim; is flied lu the
case at or before the time of the application for the
disohargc." This prevision ls equally applicable to
caaes ol voluntary and ^voluntary or compulsory
bank: up tey.
Saturday was the last day on which applications
could be received from those debtors who limply
made a surrender of their aase a without any restric?
tion as to the per centum they cou'.d pay, and the
clerk of the court was busily employed entering the
applications on the journal.
SUNDAE SCHOOL CELEBRATION OF THE LU?
THERAN CHUBCHRB.-The Sunday Schools connected
with the German Lutheran ^Churches of tills cl y
met at Dr. Bachman's Church yesterday afternoon,
to conclude the celebration commenced on Friday
last. The pews Immediately in front of the pulpit
were assigned to the children and their teachers; the
body of the church and the galleries being occupied
by the congregations of tho three churche?. The
exercises were opened with prayer by the venerable
Dr. Bachman, and after a German Hymn by the
children, an address was delivered by the Rev. J. A*
Snyder, of Virginia. The hymn, "God bles* the
sunday School," was then sung, after which the
scholars who had been chosen spoke, each speech
being followed by a hymn either in German
English.
The following WB3 the programme obse ved:
Address in German, by Master Charles Poul*; sub.
Ject, "Our Father in Heaven."
Master J. W. Bench, ia English, "On the boyhood
of Luther."
Masters Charles Tideman and Frederick Ploger
followed in German and English speeches.
Ma- ter Walter Thomas spoke in English on "The
religion of the Bible a defence against national ca?
lamities.
Master C. J. Smith, a little fellow about five years
of age, repeated by request, the speech delivered on
Friday Ia?t; subject, "Love one onolher." This
speech was the feature of the evening, and the young
orator waa warmly commended lor his effort.
Master George B. Reils then gave a German'speech,
followed by Master Baoliman Chisohn, who spoke in
English, on "The Scriptures and the Saviour's suf?
ferings."
The Rev. Mr. Muller, pastor of the German Lu?
theran Church, then gave the closing address, and
after a benediction from the Rev. J. L Muller, of
Staunton, Va., the large audience slowly dispersed.
The muiic was conducted by Professor A. J. Hot
man and t?e singing by Dr. J. L. Honour.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.-SATURDAY, MAT 30.
Charlaton Hotel-V C Wilson, Beaufort; P C Hen?
drix, Edgefleld; CTWempler, New York; Samuel
Grant, Jr, Philadelphia; D H Tomkins, Edgefield; J
A Bale, Borne, Ga; John J Daly, Dennis Mcsweeney,
Sarah B Sweeney, and Fannie Sweeney, New York;
D B McCall, Bennettsville, S C; Frank Rudd, Now
York; Wm H Cooke, elly.
MAT 31-H M Mogwoo?, city; Coptain Iresl? r und
family and E C Wilson, Pennsylvania; Wm S Davis,
Gsorgta; S Swandale, Greenville, S C; R J Preckham
and son. California; John Caldwell, Columbia; J Rus?
sell, Mas.-achnsett-; J W Crane, South Carolina.
PivJlum Ho'tcl. May 30th-J W Hamlet, John
McCants and George Cannon. South Carolina; G L
Parks. Cabanis. N C; Dr Byrd, llmmonsviili ; H M
6 iib reit ti, Florence; S S Jones, Baltimore
May 81st-Philip F Di via, St Stephens; Dr O C
Rhaone, Mount Holly, S C.
Thc New Council.
CEBEltO:aES OF THEIR INSTALLATION -A SMALL
CEOWD AND A BIG SWEAR-AN EX.-C0NFEDE
BATE CAPTAIN ADMINISTERS THE OATH.
The City Hall on Saturday was thc scone of a
curious spectacle, AS already announced, that day
had hcen appointol by thc military authorities frr
ihe tiansfer of the City Government from thc hands
of the representatives of tho people to tho represen?
tatives of the sword and gun. The event callo.1 to?
gether the large number of fifteen or eighteen per?
sons to witnees thc ceremony. Why tho community
remained away-why our people did not rash lor
ward to do henor to the new appointees-why curi?
osity did not impel a crowd to bc present and hang
their hats upon a memory that will forever stand
out in our local histor}-we will not undortako to
say. Suffice it that they were not lhere. It was not
wonderful, however, that the occisi?n did attract a
very considerable number of tho bright and shining
lights of Radicalism, and amid e~en the hallelujahs
of the late convention, they did not lo ak more bliss?
ful and contented.
The ceremonies in themselves were vory brief. Af?
ter loafing for naif an hour in tbe lobby or the ball,
the councilmen elect wore told to enter thc office of
the Clerk of the Board. Here two United States o di?
cers in cIvil!anB dress presided os mactor of ceremo?
nies, tho prescneo of Captain Kana pani, city magis?
trate, being" required for the administration of the
test oath to the new officers. It seemed Uko a dis?
pensation of Providence that a gallant commander of
a Confederate battery, who cannot 1 im self swallow
the "iron-clad," should bo called upon to administer
it to the people who are henceforth to control the af?
fairs of Charleston.
The several appointed ie sp onde i to their names
when called, and, on taking the oath, signed the
same and retired. Mr. Bernard O'Neill was the only
one of the elect who declined, aud he did so on thc
ground that he could not swallow the extraordinary
declaration aforesaid. Mr. s. G. Trott, our esteem?
ed postmaster, did not respond, and Cain, tho irre?
pressible, wa* not able to be present from ;he fact
that he is understood to be engaged in aiding the
work of preparing nsw articles of impeachment
against the President.
This labor finished, the councilmen went to the
chamber, whare Colonel CogaweU filled the Mayor's
chair. Without any comment, he proceeded direct,
ly to business, told hi? new associates to hold up
their bands, and then made them, In a batch, swear to
the following oath :
Ton solemnly swear that you are qualified to take
the position of aldermen of tao respective warda to
which you have been appointed, and that you wiU
well and truly perform the duties of said office to
tho best of your ability, and that yon will support
the Constitution of the State and the United states.
The Mayor descended from bi? rostrum, the new
Council broke in a gentle spray, Pillsbury growled
a pax vobUcum, and rubbed his hands victoriously,
and several went across the street to "see a man."
Tbe child ls bom, and on Tuesday next the first
meeting of the reconstruct!onUts will be held.
It la consoling to know that Bev. E. P. Adams, the
most colored member of the Council, in answer to an
inquiry from a stranger as to what they would
probably do, ropl'ed that "he didn't think they would
do any particular harm."
It is understood that one of the earliest moves
upon the chessboard will bo the appointment of a
colored clerk to keep the records of the Council and
city, in the place of the present efficient incumbent,
W. H. Smith, Esq.
THE OEBMAIVS AND THE SOUTH.-Perhaps
the moa' encouraging sign for our future is to be
found ia the fact that the Germans seem at last
thoroughly aroused to the ad vantages presented by
the South to the thrif y and industrious immigrant.
We see it stated that Reuben Goldina, Esq., of Stokes
County, North Carolina, has sold hie forge, situated
on Dan Bl ver, with about one thousand two hundred
acres of land attached, to a company of German capi?
talists, who intend bringing a colony ol Germans to
that county. It is the intention of tho company to
go largely into the manufacturing busluess. In
Hamburg they have formed a stock company, with a
capital of (350,000, for starting a German colony In
Florida. It is expected that twenty thousand North
Germans can be directed thither in the course of
two years, which would make the speculation on ex?
ceedingly successful one. The Germans in Texas
are over sixty thou sand in number, and it is estimat?
ed that at least three-fourths of them ire engaged in
agricultural pursuits. Careful and intelligent ob
aetveia believe that at least one-third of the whole
cotton crop of Texas 1B now planted and secured by
their labor. _
COURT or APPEALS.-COLUMBIA, FBXDAT, May
29.-The Court met st 1 P. M., and am. ou need opin?
ions in the following casca:
Caroline Jenkins, et al, ads. the State. Opinion by
Dunkin, C. J. Motion dismiajod.
M. L. Bonham ada. W. J. Griffin. Postponed lor
consideration.
Moses R. Sanders and wife VB. Robert Rogo?,
trustee. Postponed for consideration.
John H. Col burn vs. P. J. Holland, executor of J.
S. Colbara. Decision announced by Dunkin, C. J.
Decree modified and bill dismissed. Opinion to be
filed.
P. C. Querry, Sheriff of Charleston, va the State,
oxrelatlone Francis Goblet. The sime vs. Charles
H. simon ton. Opinions by Wardlaw, A. J. Mot on
di.-mi ss ed in each case.
T. N. Washington ads. James StrobharL Dunkin,
C. J. Motion dismissed.
Eliza L. smith, executrix, ct ol, vs. M. M. Gate
wood, administratrix, et ah Glover, J. Decretal
order modified.
Thomas S. Behn, executer, vs. Matilda C. Bolan
et aL Glover, J. Decree affirmed. Opinion to bo
filed.
Madeline M. Gatewood, administratrix, va. Eliza
R. Toomcr et al. Dunkin, C. J. Decree modified.
Annie laabel Laurens vs. B. H. Bead, executor,
et aL Wardlaw, A. J. Decree reversed. Opinion
to be filed.
The case of Hcrndon vs. Herndon wes contin?
ued, on yesterday. Al 2 P. M. the docket being
fully disposed ol, the court adjourned sine He.
UNITED STATES COURT-SATURDAY, MAT 80.
Hos. GEO. S. BBTA??, PUE. miso.- The following
i-e'ibons in bankruptcy were read, and on mot on ot
the respective coansel, referred to Henry Summer,
Esq., Registrar ; An lrew Lamb, of Laurens, B. N.
Ball, solicitor; Aquilla Miles, ofEdgefield, Abney A
Wright, solicitors; John W. McCants, of Newberry,
Baxter, BOlicltoi ; Benjamin B. Scott, of Newberry,
darlington & tuber, stlcitors; B.W. Cannon, of
Edgefield. Abney A Wiight, BO?dtors; William P.
Butlor, of Edgcfield, Butler b Youraans, solicitors:
Johnson A. Bland, of Edgefield, Butler A Youmans,
solicitors; David A. Buzhardt, ol' Newberry, Jones A
Jones, fOlicitO'e; Thomas Ellis, of Newberry, Jones
A Jones, solicitors; Anthon A. Glover, ot Edgefield,
M.W.Gary, s.licitor; John Hugho3, of EJgoiJold,
M. W. Gary, solicitor; M. B. Hunnicatt, of Plckeue,
Reed A Brown, solicitors-; Abram L. Solomon,
Columbia, John S. Greenlcaf, solicitor.
Ihe folio wing were referred to W. J. dawson.
Esq., Registrar: Jones Fuller, of Greenwood, Lee A
Blake, solicitors; Peter W. Goodyear, of Greenwood,
Lee A Blake, solicitors; Wm. J. Gantt, of Plckens,
J. J. Norton, solicitor; Bobert A. Herron, of Fair?
field, McCants A Douglas, solicitors; James Hardon,
of Winnsboro', J. H. Rion, solicitor; R. L. Lindsay,
of York, F. W. Clawson, solicitor; W. B. Lemons, of
Spartanburg, Farrow b Duncan, solicitors; Willi m
McGladney, of Wlansboro', J. H. Rion, solicitor;
W. T. Mauiden, of Laurensville, S. McGowan, so?
licitor; John McConnell, of Chester, McCarley A
Brawler, solicitors; Landy Johnson, oi Lancaster,
William A. Moore, solicitor; Ed. C. McLure, of
Chester, Walker A Brice, solicitors; William M. Ro?
blas, of Cheater, Melton A McLure, solicitor-- ; Dan*
iel G. Stiuson, of Chester, G. W. Williams, solicitor:
William J. Wilson, of York, T. J. Pell, solicitor;
James P. Acoak, of York, W. B. Metts, solicitor; S.
Alexander, of Chester, J. W. Clawson, solicitor;
Bobert Beatty, Jr., of York, A. Munro, solicitor;
Bobert A. Black, of York, T. S. Bell, solicitor; James
Blair, of York, J. B. Smith, solicitor; Samuel Black,
ot Yolk, T. J. Bell, solicitor; John Dye, of Chester,
T. W. dawson, solicitor; Robert M. Palmer, of Abbe?
ville, S. McGowan, solicitor; Robert K. Seaborn, of
York, Wilson A Witherspoon, solicitors; ?bram D.
Jones, of Liberty Bill, H. L. De Pasa, solicitor; Wm.
Boozer, of Greenwood, Lee A Blake, solicitors.
The foUowing petitions for the sale of property and
payment of judgment were, on motion of Perry A
Perry, solicitors, referred: Ex parte J. D. Ashmore,
in re. Israel Charles; ex parte B. F. Perry, in re.
Franklin Cabb ; ex parta W. H. b ti. D. Goodlett, lu
re. Israel Charles; ex parte W. D. Berry, in re Israel
Charles.
Th**foBowing petitions were read and referred to
B. B. Carpenter, Esq., Registrar: E. John White, of
Charleston, Simonton A Barker, solicitors; Mackey
A Baker, of Charleston, Picssley, Lord A Lnglcsby,
solicitors; Jeremiah P. Murdock, of Summerville, J.
C, Carpenter, solicitor; Evans A C-'gswell, of Charier.
ton, C. R. Miles, solic'tor; Levy Drucker, of Charles?
ton, A. D. Cohen, solicitor, Dini?l W. Jord.n. of
Camden, I.B. Kershaw, solicitor; Fred Livingstone,
of Oraug.^burg, Izlar ft Dibble, solicitors; Alfred
Price, of Charleston, Drown k Mikell, solicitors; Jno.
D. Pearson, ot Pcnnettsville, C. T. Townsend, solici?
tor; Thomas J. Wharton and Alex. H. Petsch, of
Charleston, Sim011'" A Feigling, solicitors; WilliimP.
Bussell, of Charleston,. Simonsk Seigling, solicitors;
Alfred Raoul, M. D., of Charleston, Yeadon i Hnnck
oL solicitors; Asa Bace, of Cheraw, W. 6-. DeSaus
Bure, solicitors; JoelB. Sloan, of Charle ton, Whaley,
M'tchell k Clancy, solicitors ; Samuel H. Oppen?
heim, of Charleston, Macbeth k Buist, solicitors;
Isaac S. Tucker, of Charleston, G. W. Dingle, solici?
tor; Julius H. Oppenheim, of Charleston, Macbeth k
Buist, solicitors; Jos. H. Oppenheim, of Charleston,
Macbeth k Buist, solic'tors; Benj. Ford, ot* Charlf s
ton, W. J. Gayer, solicitor; Thomas S. Heyward, St.,
Thomas S. Hoyward, Jr.. and Wm. Hi Heyward, of j
Charleston, copartners of T. S. Heyward k Son, Rut?
ledge & Young, solicitors; Joh:-F. Gamble, of Man?
ning, Galluchet & Carpentor.*ollcltors ; Edwin P.
Will-amson, of Marlon, W. W. Hadlee, solicitor;
Yanacio Yglecias, of Charleston, Campbell 1- Sea?
brook, solicitors.
A Card.
WALTEBBOBO', S. C., May 28, 1868.
To Ute Editors of the Baily Nevos :
I perceive that my name has been put upon
the Republican ticket as a candidate for Judge of
Probate and one of the Conniy Commissioners for
Colleton District. I desire to say through the col
ums of your paper, to the people of this district, that
I am no candidate, do not desire office, and feel no
interest whatever in the olectiona. **.
Respectfully, B. STOKtf?.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
HTH.
If you want cheap Blank Booka;
If you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Paper,
kc ; or Miller's Almanac;
? If you want Printing executed neatly;
It you want Books bound in any style, or Account
Books made to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to Hiram Harris, Agent, No. 59 Broad
street. ,t _
MESSES. STOLE, WEBB & .CO. are now re?
ceiving large invoices of cheap gooda by every
steamer, and have opened this day a large lot of le?
sos and grenad'nes at 25c.-good styles and colors.
Persona wishing to purchase cheap dress poods will
find a large assortment at their establishment, Noa
2S7 and 289 King-street. [Advt,]
fcg?l Mi?.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CHARLESTON DISTRICT.-DABNEY MOR?
GAN 4 CO., vs. THE PRESIDENT AND DIREC?
TORS OF THE BANK OF THE STATE OF SOUTH
CAROLINA-IN EQUITY.-Upon hearing the Bill
and Answer in this case, it is ordered :
. *. - . * * *
2. That the said Master, by public advertisement
tn one or more leading newspapers in the City of
Charil eton, Cincinnati, New Orleans, New York and
Augusta, call ia any person or persons claiming to
be creditors ho'ding Bills or Notes of the Corpora?
tion known as "The President and Directors of the
Bank of the State of South Car. lina," to make proof
of their claims on or before the first day Ol June
next tniming. Also, notifying, by said "advertise?
ment, all creditors residing in the United States
holding State Stock, for which said Corporation has
been made liable by law, said Stock being described
in tho pleadings as "Fire Loan Bonds," owned in the
"United States" tb make proof of the same within
the same period.
3. In all cases of persona claiming, whether said
claims consist of Bonds, Fire Loan Stock or Bank
Notes, due notice of the application to make proof
shall be given to the parties to tho Bill and Answers
in these proceedings or thoir solicitors. And in all
such cases where parties claiming shall hold or be
possessed of any securities given and accepted BS se?
curity for the claims by him or them made such
party or parties shall, on presentation of said claims,
make a statement of such securities and their prob?
able value; nnd, also, a statement of the time when
the claim or claims proseuted came into his, her or
their possession; and the consideration paid therefor
that tho same may be considered by this Court in
determining the amount of such claims and tho
disposition of such securities.
(Signed) J. P. CARROLL.
+ **<*?**
3d March, 18C8.
OFFICE OP THE MAS!ER IN EQUITY, I
CHAOXESTOK, 16th March, 1868. )
In pursuance of the order of Chancellor Carroll,
made in the above stated case, extracta from which
are now set forth, all persons therein referred to are
hereby notified to m J proof before me of their
respective claims on or before the 1st day of Juno
next ensuing, at my office in the City of Charleston.
JAMES TUPPER,
March 19 thu ml Master in Equity.
gotela.
rjpHE MAtNSlON HOUSE,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED THE ABOVE
house, where day, monthly and transient boarders
will receive the greats it attention.
The table will bo furnished with the best thc mar?
ket affords.
Situation central, rooms large and well furnished,
and terms moderate.
Southerners are invited to give tho Mansion House
a trial.
MADAMS T. M. BUTJES.
(Formerly of Charleston, S. C.)
Mansion House,
No. 23 Four and a half-street,
May 30 Imo Washington, D. C.
A
MKRICAN HOUSE,
BOSTON, MASS.
TB2 VERY IMPORTANT AND IXTLNSIVE
improvements which have recently been made in
this popular Hotel, tho largest In New England, en?
able the Proprietors to offer to Tourists, Families
and the Travelling Public accommodations and con?
veniences superior to any other Hotel in tho eily.
During the past summer additions have been made
ot numerous suites of apartments, with bathing
rooms, water closets, Ac, attached; one of Tufts'
magnificent passenger elevators, tho best ever con?
structed, convoys guaslB to the upper story of the
houno in one minute; tho entries have been newly
and richly carpeted, and tho entire houso thoroughly
replonlshod and rofurnnthed, making it, in ah its
appoint men tn, equal to any Hotel in the country.
Telegraph Office, Billiard Halls and Cafe ou tho
flrt-t floor. LEWIS RICE A SON,
May 4 mwi3mos Propiletois.
j^EW YORK HOTEL,
No. 721 BROADWAY,
NEW YORK CETY.
D. flt H1LDRETH di CO., Proprietors.
'THIS LONG ESTABLISHED FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL, as popularly known in former times
under the manager-out ol J. B. MONNOT, Esq., and
more recently under that of HIRAM CRANSTON ft
CJ" lsnownndet tho proprietorship of Jlcssrs. D.
M. HILDRETH k T. B. RUCKWA?, uner tho firm ol
D. M. HILDRETH A CO.
Tho senior pnrtner from his long experience as a
pioprietor of til? Veranda, St. Louts and St. Charles
Hotels of New Orleans, flatters himself that he can
assure ms friends and i he public generally, that its
former world-wade r?putation as a popular first-class
Uote1, shall be fully sustaiuud under its present
inauacement. lyr* February 1J
??IT ADAME GIDIERE,
CALDER HOUSE.
CORNER OF CHURCH AND QUEEN STREETS.
CH .'-KL Li TON, 8. C.
Transient Hoard 83 50 per Day.
April 29_
pi ILMOR HOUSE,
* MONUMENT SQUARE,
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND,
KIRKLAND di CO., Proprietors.
April 27_lyr
-tf^y- IliLI AH IRWIN,
PBOPBIETOB OF THE
PALMETTO HOUSE,
SPARTANBUBG, S. C.
December
VISITING, WEDDING AND CHURCH CARDS',
of the latest style, and engraved in a manner
unsurpassed by th- best Northern work.
SEALS AND MONOGRAMS of every description.
ENGRAVING AND LITHOGRAPHING in all its
branches.
Also, STENCIL PLATES CUT, INK AND BRUSHES,
Cull sud examine specimens at
WM. USHER,
No. 92 Hasel-street, Charleston. S. C.
March 4 Cm o
(Ootlprj anb /urnishing (?oans.
? ?V ? T H ?? N~ G
AT
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CLOSING OUT SALE OF THE SEASON
" We arc now offering the balance of our SPi'.ING
and SUMMER STOCK at greatly reduced prices.
J. 5. A E. PIER-OX.
May 5 Imo N?. 26 Hayne-strct.
QPttlSG ANO S U KI M E R
CLOTHING.
GEORGE LITTLE <j- CO.,
No. 213 KING-STREET,
NEST TO VICTORIA HOTEL,
Have just received a new and lirge supply of
MEN'S, YO?TH'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
AND FURNISHING GOODS.
which they arc offering at unusual low prices.
They would call especial attention to their assort?
ment of
YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
which will bc found the largest and moit varied ever
o tiered in this city.
Muy 1 _Imo
NOW IS THE TIME !
NOW 13 THE TIME TO THROW OFF
YOUR WELTER CLOTHING AND TO RE?
PLACE IT WITH GARMENTS SUITED TO
THE WARM WEATHEK THAT IS NOW
UPON US. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF A
LIGHT WOOLLEN OR LINEN SUIT, YOU
WILL FIND THE BEST ASSORTMENT AT
M AC l LL V H. WILLIAMS 6i PARKER'S,
Who have a full stoci of NEW GOODS, JUST MAN?
UFACTURED, that will suit allaswi'l be seen by
the list of prioes given below :
A NICE STYLE OF CHECK CASSIMERE
SUITS-SACK, PANTS AND YEST .$ 6 00
A NICE STYLE ?F GREY FLANNEL SUIT
SACK, PANTS AND VEST.'. 8 00
A NICE STYLE OF GREY FLANNEL SUIT
S VCK, PANTS AND VEST.12 00
REAL SCOTCH FANCY CASSIMERE SUIT
SACK, PANTS AND VEST.19 00
DARK MIXED CASSI MEBE SUIT-SACK,
PANTS AND VEST.18 00
DARK MIXED CASSIMERE SUIT-SACK,
PANTS AND VEsT. 21 00
FINE DARK INDIGO BLUE FLANNEL
SUITS-SACK, PANTS AND VEST.18 00
FINE DABK INDIGO BLUE FLANNEL
SUITS-SACK, PANTS AND VEST. 19 00
FINE DABK BLUE INDIGO FLANNEL
SUITS-SACK, PANTS AND VEST. 20 00
NE\Y STYLE FANCY CASSIMERE SACKS,
GOOD AS CUSTOM WORK.16 to IS 00
NEW SI YLE FANCY CASSIMEREPANTSSi to 10 00
NEW STILE FANCY CASSIMERE VESTS $2 to 6 00
FINE BLACK CLOTH LINED SACKS....19 to 18 00
flNi BLACK CLOTH DRESS FROCKS,
EQUAL TO ANY CUSTOM WORK.$9 to 35 00
FINE BLACK DOESKIN PANTS.S6 to 12 00
WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS, EQUAL
TO CUSTOM MAKE. $3 to 6 00
WHITE AND COLORED LINEN AND
DUCK SACKS.;.. 81 50 to 7 Ot
WHITE AND COLOBED LINEN AND
DUCK PANTS.SI OO to 6 00
WHITE AND COLORED LINEN AND
DUCK VESTS.SI 50 to 4 00
COTTON ADE AND SATINET SACKS.. .?2 00 to 3 50
COTTONADE AND SATINET PAN TS...91 00 to 2 50
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
WHITE SHIRTS, Silk and Merino UNDER?
SHIRTS, Brown and Bleached Jean and Linen
DRAWERS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, TI Et", SCARFS,
BOWS, COLLARS, Ac.
JOQT" ONE PRICE. Goods all marked in plain fig
urcs. No deviation made.
MACULLAR, WILLIAMS 4 PARKER,
No. 2 70 KING.
CORNER OF HASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
April 22
(Jttetallir; (?offtns.
j^j- ET ALLIC COFFINS,
UNDERTAKING, ?cc, ?c.
R. WHITE, CORNER OF MEETING AND WENT
WORTH-STREETS, keeps constantly on hand CUF
FINS of all kinds at thc mo it reasonable rates. Al?
so, METALLIC CASES of the mo?t approved style?,
showicg the whole body, and yet will convey bodies
to any distance free from smell or even decay.
Please read thc subjoined letter published by per?
mission; and, this ls only one of many that could be
furnished:
CHARLESION, S. C., February 20, 18(18
Mn. R. WHITE
Dear Sir: It gives me pleasure to inform yon lhat
the metallic CASE furnished by you lor the remo?
val of the remains of thc body of Major McClearv,
U. S. A., proved in every respect suitab'e. The
careful manner in which you enclosed them wes
evinced by the perfect condition io which they
arrived athis home in Ohio. This was, of course,
peculiarly gratifying to hi-; iriends. Your charges
were also very reasonable.
Very respectfully, yours,
JAMES P. BOY,
Major Gth Iufaulry.
R. WHITE'S residence, 43 Weuthworth-street.
May23 s4
Ti BI. MAH S ll ALL & BROTHER,
AUCTIONEERS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, Ac, BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
PROPERTY LEASED.
?J-Auction of HORSES, FURNITURE, Ac, every
Wtdn'sday. _October 19
?jy/TAXWELL d? PAYSON,
WHOLESALE DEALERS TN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
No. 209 FRONT-STREET, NEW YORK.
Consignments of VEGETABLES solicited.
References-J. F. O'NEILLk SON, Charleston;
WM. GURNEY, Charleston. stuthlmo April 25
$nd?0!t Soles.
JIcKAT & CAMPBELL,
No. 130 Meeting-street,
Will Ecll THIS DAY. Mondar, the 1st instant, at 10
o'c'ock,
WARDROBES. BOOK CASE. BEDSTEADS
Mattresses, Bmrbon Whisk-y, Tobacco, Hams. kc.
Terms casu. June 1
No. 6 Inspection street, near Concord, at Auc?
tion. *
BY B. ?. MARSHALL & BRO.
Auctioneers and Real Estate A cents.
TO-MORROW, at ll A. M., at the Old Postofflce,
Broad-street, w ll bc sold,
The above two md a ualt story WOODEN RESI?
DES. 'E. Lot 4? feet by lil deep, more or less.
Conditions-One-half cash ?balance, by bond and
mortgage, in onb and two years. Property to be in
suro 1 and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay us tor
papers and stamps. June 1
Underwriter's Sale-Sugar! Sugar!
BY J. A. EINSLOW & CO.,
TO-MORROW, 2d June, will be sold, on Commer?
cial south Whan', at ll o'clock, alongside of
steamer Emilie, hom Geometown.
About SOO boxes ST7QAB.
Partly damaged on the voyage of Importation from
Cuba, and sold for the benefit of whom it may con*
cern. June 1
Box Sugars ! Box Sugars !
W. Y. LEITCH & B. S. BRILNS,
Auctioneers.
W?1 be sold TO-MORROW iTuesday). June 2, at ll
o'clock, on South Commercial Wharf, alongside
steamer "Emilie,"
205 boxes SUGARS, slightly damaged onboard
sehr. "Maine Law" cn her intended voyage from
Havana to New York, and sold for account of whom
lt may concern.
Conditions at sale.
June 1 ' RISLEY k CREIGHTON.
/ertilijers.
TO SECURE A GOOD CROP OF COTTON, AND
ENRICH THE SOIL FOR ANOTHER
YEAR'S PLANTING.
LISTERS' SUPER t HOSPHATE,
FROM RAWBONE.
WARRANTED PURE. AND AS A FERTILIZER
its efficacy ii beyond doubt As a top-dress?
ing for June, its qulok action will soon show its value
in forms and p<xl\ and new life to plant i generally.
A few tons just received-0 barrels to the ton.
Satisfactory n .tea will bc taken in payment to lat of
January next. W. M. LAWTON, Factor,
May 29 4 Boyce k Co's wharf.
Top Dressing! Top Dressing!
MAPES5
MTSOGENIZED SUPER-PHOS?
PHATE OF LISLE.
FOB
COTTON, CORN, WHEAT AND GENERAL CROPS,
AS A TOP DRESSING TO A GROWING CROP
THIS FERTILIZER cannot be excelled. It
may he used before or after thu planting of the crop;
for even when appUed as a top dressing, it cannot be
loBt by evaporation, as nono of its constituents are
volatile. It may be applied at each hoeing of cotton,
and In the hills during thc cultivation of corn and
other crop-. When crops have been previouslv
manured ia the usual way, and found to b; of slug
fish growth, it may be augmented by the use of this
ertiilzer.
This Fertilizer has been successfully used through?
out the Southern States during the past fifteen
years.
For full anilyies of UAPEY NITROGENIZED
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME, letters from promi?
nent Plantes throughout the State of South Carolina,
and analyses of crops, see descriptive pamphlets,
which will bo furnished free of charge; and all
orders filled by H. W. KIN ?MAN,
SOLE AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
April 18 No. 103 East Bay.
Gr.
pustness Or?s.
H. SASS,
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
ANS
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
4ST Office No. 13 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ple's National Bank. May 8
JAHUEL H. "WILSON",
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
NORTHWEST CORNER SOCIETY AND ANSON
STREETS.
OST Gooda Delivered Free.
May 28 thm2
IJUO OL O ESTABLISHED
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE,
No. 344 KINO-STREET,
Between Society-street and George-street
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICES.
JOHN VAN WINKLE,
January 21 tuthsGmos No. 344 King-street
j^AMt'EL H. MARSHALL,
MPOETEB AND pmn vt
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HARDWARE,
CUTLERY, GUNS AND AGRICULTURAL
lil P LE M EN TS,
A'o. 310J5;/-Y<7-$r., 3? J)QQR BELOW SO?IE17,
Sign of thc Golden Gun,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 21 3mo
yyiLLis & cms ULM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND
SHIPPING AGENTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foroign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON, RICE. LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
E.WTLLIS.A. R. CHISOLM.
October 25
Q J. SCHLEPEGRELL,
No. 37 LINE-STREET,
BETWEEN KING ANE ST. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVE R Y DF.SC'.UPTION AND
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PLASTER?
ING LATHS, PAINTS. OILS, GLASSES, SHINGLE.- ;
also. RUOVE AND ION GUE BOARDS, ?c., con?
stantly on linn il ..t the lowest market prices.
Septcmb- r li thmlyr
.pi ll. K Billi ICU S ?? cu.,
'DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
RECEIVED WEEKLY.
?5TPRESCRIPTIONS PCT UP WITH CARE.-??
January 3 tutus
B
FOLEY'S
CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No. Si MARKET-STREFT,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Where mav be f^und every variety of GREAT
COATS, FRO'K AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
der.-hirts, Vests ?nd Pantaloons, Drawers and Socks,
Hoots, shoes, Hats and Caps, Trunks, Pa-pet Bacs.
Valises, fcc. February 6
B
UUK AX1) JOB
PRINTING.
THE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS HIS FRIENDS
and the Public that he has a large assortment of
NEW TYPE, MACHINERY, and a fine stock ol
CARDS, PAPER, kc, direct from manufacturers,
and will execute all orders for
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
in a neat manner, and at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES.
Having large lents of type, will contract for the
publication of a Weekly or Monthly oa liberal terms.
Orders for BOOKBINDING promptly attended to
at low rates, if kit at No. 33 HAYNE-STREET.
liny ia _JA*- w MCMILLAN.
-piROST, BLACK ?S? CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in, and Manufactu?
rers of
FURNITURE OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near Canal-street,
New York.
Steamboats, Hotels and Public Buildings ?nrnish- i
cd at toe shortest notice. AU Goods purchased of |
our House guaranteed as r pre?eated.
May 1 fmw3mo8
jUriiott Solea.
Muslim, Linens, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, No
tions, $c.
CAMPBELL, KNOX & CO.
Will sell THT9 DAY, at 10 o*clo:k,' at their cash
Auction House, Nc si Hase'.-street, opposite the
Postcfflce.
PBLNTED LAWNS, Cn'icc^s, Dott, Swiss and Cros9
Bar IVIuslins, Alpacas, Coatings, kc, kc
Linen Drill, Duck, Huckaback, Hosiery, L. C. and
V. S. Handkerchiefs, kc
Bootees, Straw and Leghorn Hats, kc. ?
Con lirions cash. 1 _June 1
SHERIFF'S SALE.
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me directed
a^nd delivered, will be sold THIS DAY, the 1st
of June, at the northeast comer of the Courthouse,
at 12 o'clock M., precisely,
All the right, title and Interest of the defendant in
all that LOT OF LAND, with the BUILDINGS and
iu.prcvf ments thereon, situate on the south side of
Arm-strew, and kn <wn as ' No. 13. Levied on and to
bc s?idas the property of James Corcoran at the
suite of B. Foley.
Terms ca^h. WM. S. HASTIE,
Jnne]l ml S. C. D.
^llndiM?ers1 JJriD?tf S?U?.^
Plantation in Richmond Count;/, N. C., teven
miles north of Wadesboro', H. C.
BY I. Y. WESTERVELT,
Real Estate Agent, Broker and Auction.*
eer, No. 35 Broad-street.
At Private Sale
Ibis splendid PLANTATION is situated imme?
diately on the Fee Dee Elver and adjoining the Anson
County lands, which have a reputation for their fer?
tility and the superior quality of their products;
consists of 2000 acres ot first quality Cotton, Corn
and Wheat lands. There ure about 360 acres cleared.
Before the war, tho average crop with twenty-five
hands was 1000 bushels of Wheat, 3000 bushels of
Corn and 100 bales of Cotton.
c There is an island on the place, fora ed by the Pee
Dee and a tributary, which is unsurpassed in fertility.
. Small dwelling with necessary outhouses, and am?
ple accommodatio J s for hands and their families.
Fine spring water. Place healthy in summer On
the tract ls a fine mill site and mill, and an extensive
forest adjacent, of yel'ow pine.
Further information given on application at No. 35
Bread-street, or by letter.
May 28 thsmws5
paltimare ilb?crtisemcnts.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
MANUFACTUREES
OF
PIANO FORTES,
BALTIMORE, BIO.
April CO Gmo
p.AK
OSl PIATOSII
F.
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. SHEFF FOB
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
PIANOS.
OFFICE AND WABEBCOM. No. 7 N. L1BEBTY
STBEET, ABOVE BALTTMOBE-STBEET,
BALTIMORE, Md,
STIEFF'S PIANOS HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, including the Agraffe treble, ivory
fronts, and the improved French Acion, fully war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exchange
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory to
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gans always on hand from $50 to ?300.
BEFEBEES WHO HAVE OUB PLANOS EN CSE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Rmsom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. R. Burwell A Sons, Charlotte, N. C.
Max Strakoech, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson A Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
April 22_Gmo?
H. GR UP Y <b CO.,
DEALEB8 IN
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVEBT-STREET,
Baltimore.
F. H. GBUPY.H. G. CUBTAI
April 20_6m os
Q.EORGU R. GA ITH K H, JR., & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
ASS
GENEE AL PRODUCE COMMrSSION MERCHANTS,
No, 4 Camden.street, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
April 20_2mo
E. AUSTIN JENKINS. ALFBEU JENKINS, JB.
BOBEBT H. JENKINS.
JgDW. JENKINS tit SONS,
IMPOBTEES AND DEALERS TN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 180 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 Cmos Baltimore, M
J^UMSES, CARROLL & CO,
PRESERVERS, PICKLEBS, OYSTER PACKERS, Ac
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Milk Company
April 22_6mos
Q^KlFFl.V, BROTHER ?Si CO.,
G B O C E B S
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
BALTIMORE.
April 22_6mo3
JAMES KNOX.JOHN GILL]
KNOX ?: GILT,
COTTO-V FACTORS
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMIIH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, BICE, Ac, respect?
fully solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for COHN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
April 27 12mos*
Wit* J. BLE1IAN..'.HENEY RTFM AN, JE.
T^TM. J. RIK MAN' & SOS,
PACKING HOUSE, TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA,
PROVISION AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
No. WI W. BALTIMORE-STREET
(Opposite Eutaw House), Baltimore,
Offer for sale full assortment of BACON, POP.K and
LARD, also the celebrated ORANGE BRAND HAM,
cured by themselves. 3mos* Aoril !1
9
JUST R E C E I V ED
BT
E. H. KELLEBS J. CO.,,
Druggists,
Nc 131 MEETING-STREET,
VICHY GRANDE GRILLE
AND
KISSINGEN BITTER WATER,
In Origical Packagea.
April 30

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