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Beaufort, S. C., March 30, 1876. Who would'nt be a IcgisUfaire. And go for his pay when It was'nt theair?, And when he goes home for his own ditinaire. Be dunned by his corpulent boarding mastaire. i?? ?? ft- His Honor, of the Beaufort Police Court YettHted from Columbia on Tuesday last. ? Judge J. J. Wriglt*, A. J. of the Supreme Court, arrived in Beaufort on Tuesday. I sj-jj, nf >fr J \y Q0J. Jinx. cnuic to Beaufort on a visit last j week. , rv; I?* Mr. Arthur Hamilton has been appointed railroad njjent at Port Royal, vice John Karr, resigned. j?F*Hotcl business is brisk in Beaufort and Port Royal. The hotels at these places are full all the time. ^ 85%. The pilot boat Keystone has been in luck this week. Pilots Cox and I>a- J vis brought in two U. S. ships and an ironclad schooner. ?w The future members in embryo, of the South Carolina Legislature, the attaches, went home without their pa;.. Never mind there's a good time coining j boys. The Savannah Volunteer Guards Band, came up with* an excursion party fVom that city to Port Royal, on Monday. They had a gay time of it. 15%. Hon. S. Jones Bampfie'd has been appointed by the Governor, a icgent j of the State Normal School, in place of' the Hon. Robert Smalk - ? ^ Mr. Peter Gibbs, the town Mar* " ' ku iko fJArprn. shal, has oeen apptmuuu vj ? or, to take charge of the Arsenal in the town of Beaufort. Send in your orders for cards, bills heads, letter heads, note heads, price lists, circulars &c to this office. The finest job office, in the county. t&U Friday is the last day for taxpayers to come forward and pay their taxes. There are a larger number of delinquents this, than there was last year. ?o*? ftS" Mr. A. W. Mwkenfuss and Mr. Wigg have been appointed trial Jus% tices in place of late Representative J. D. Robertson. Mr. Mnckenfuss has now two offices, coroner and trial justice. SS* Pp. F. E. Wilder, 'received this week over tweuty-five hundred doll rs. that the State owed him, in settlement ??i! his accounts as late treasurer of this county. ' , .. _ There will be a meeting of the in corporators of the Btaufort and Por: Royal Turnpike Co. ou Thursday next at ^ five o'clock p. m. in the office of W. > J. Whippcr K>u. Beaufort. " If vou'll take five dollars the ! ease will bs settled, " said a member of the* bur. but who can 'pjuximite how much it would cost the county if h^ would not settle for fivo dollars ' %$T The tax books will be turned over to the Courfty Auditor ou the evening of the 31st inst., flryi on the twenty pe cent penalty. Better hurry up and pay jour taxes. ou cannot expect to succeed m business unless you patronize the printer. Get some business cards, bill heads, <fce. printed, and push things, and you arc bound to make a fortune. i ? t?- All the schools in the Bcaufoit School district will close at the end of this month, with the exception of the Walker, Grey's Hill, and the Ann Perryelear schools. ? The Senate refused to confirm the appointment of Mr. John Conant, as jury commissioner for this county. Mr. Joseph Cohen has been appointed to the position and his appointment has been confirmed by the Senate. js" 1 Jeg"* Those holding certificates of indebtedness against the county for the fiscal year 1873, must register them with the clerk of the Board of County Com missioners, before their next meeting to be held on the 6th of April. The machinery tor the railroad repair shops at Port Royal has arrived, and is b*'ing put into position as rapiflv as possible. The hoisting engines with the necessary machinery for the docks have also arrived. ? Compare the style of job work turned out by this office, with those of any other office, and then inquire the price, and find out tjie difference. If new type, firsc class presses, and good workmen can give satisfaction: we can do it. Send in youro~ders. 3^* The U. S. board of conuiiLMoncrs of free schools, will furnish the necessary funds to keep the schools in the town of Beaufort open during the months of April and May. and if pos-ihle until the end ol June. Tliis is as it should be; teaching school three months and giving the scholars nine months in which to forget al they have learned is poor policy. + ? The Steamer General SedgwicI with a large party of excursionists tron Savannah, vis'ted the U. S. Fleet, at Port Royal, on Monday. They were re ceived by Admiral Le Roy and Lieut Commander Coffin on board the f ag-shif Hartford that arrived in the harbor frou Nor oik, \ a., the previous day. Thej received the most courteous attentions rcceving an invitation to refreshments and also indulged in dnucinsr on board r These excursions arc becoming vciy pop ular in Savannah. ? Lleui. Vi?n. Utcuvi-.t nui\cil in town on \\ ednesd.r morning la.st. ? Speaker Kli'ott pron. is.nl the at-1 I taohes to show I hem at the re-assembling ! ot the J legislature that there ought to j . have been $30,000 reported by Treasurer ! j Cardozo. to the credit of Legislative ex- j penses. ? During the week School Cotuniis- [ ' siori r Gilbert, has been busily occupied j | examining candidates for admission to the State Normal School. This county is entitled to seven, who will received a ! . chilarship of $00 per year. ? ^ ? Cyrus Jenkins, was tried before Trial! Justice Richmond, and Anthony Bailey I arid Nat Simmons, before Trial Justice j Carleton. for stealing from Hunting Isl'd.j Light House station, a trunk containing j over $300. the property of Reuben P. * *" " 1 '''I.n.v.nc/iil ro. I Haines, on the '16 insr. mu .~ side on St. Helena Island. They were sent to jail in default ol bail, to await j their trial at the October term of' court for this county. Transfers of Keal Estate.* The following transfers of real estate j have been recorded in the office ot t: e : Register of Mesne Conveyance, for Beau-1 fort County, since our last notice : P. F. Bucker to Alex Tuten, et al. j 2( 0 acres iu Coosawhatchic, for $300. W. P. Wilcox to E. F. Wilcox, 1.100, acres for $1,500. Jno. Lawton to Mary F. Wallace, it nl. 50 acres for a nominal consideration. Mary T. Shad to Ezekiel Bolding, 14 acres in Yemassee for $ Mary T. Shad, to Dick Aiken, 10 aces in Yemassee for $33. Isaac M. P. Gregorie, to John II. creven 14i acres in Pocotaligo for $1,176. Mary Aruca Dewces. to Charles B. Smith, 530 acres iu Coosawhatchic, for $i,250. William H. Brookcr, to Samuel Howard, 140 acres, in Yemassee, for $420. Zachariah Haynes, toJ.i ?n Ion Doctor, 31 j acres, iu Yemassee, for $78.75. Z. Haynes; to Thomas Bush. Jr., 52} acres iu Yeiuassce, for $131.25. Jane A. Sanders, to Edward Murtaugh 209 acres for $300. Wm. Wil on, S. B. C., to James A. tir?i ?i ojo in Yemassee. for ?t aru, ct ?i.j --iv -v.v- ? , $t50 Smart Wa-hington, to E. Hunn Juddv| 2 acres in Beaufort, for $35. Geo. F. Lincoln, to Eugene Bowies, 10 acre.? on St. Helena Island, for $125. Josephine A. Hoover, to Ann E. Lofton, 6 acres at Hoovers, for $60. Wni. Wilson. S. R (!., to Joseph B jck, 6 acres in Grahnmvil'e, for $600. Wtu. Wilson, 8. B. C., to James G. Cole, 590 acres on Ladies IsUnl fbr$J,180. James Lownds. to Jno. P. Souther , S00.a"res near*Foot P.j.nt on the Colleton ! River, for $ Jacob F. Gooding, to Sarah J. Holmes i 25 ac e- in Pecp'cs f<?r $50. Aaron Midd'eton. to lt U'ey K. C;rleron. 1 lot in Beaufort for $30. Riddley K. Carlctnn, to Sarah Jane Holmes, 1 lot in Beaufort for $33. > MARINE NEWS. CLEARED.?ST. HELENA SOUXD. March 3Jst?Br. r?g. Margara, Thomas. master, fr?r Belfast with 5o7 tons of phosphat3 rock from Coosaw Mines. . * 23rd?Br. Bg Jno. Phillips, muter, for Dublin with .737 tons of phosphate rock from Coosaw Mines " 24th?Br. Bg. Florence, Bcynon, master, lor 1 Plymouth, England, with 4S4 tons of phosphate rock from Coosaw Mines. ARRIVED.?ST. HELENA SOUND. March 22.?Russian Bit. Aura, Pnhlstrom, master, I 3) days from Santiago, Cap.* de Verde Islands with I l-">4 tODSof'coal to Dahlstrom. "22.?Br. Bgt. Gladstone, in distress hound for New Castle, England, with phosphate rock from St. Helena Sound. ARRIVED.?PORT ROYAL. March 21.?Steamship Ashland, New York. March 22.?Schr. Riles, Derby, to load timber, W. H. Maulden. March 22.?Bg. Edith, Allen, to load lumber, G' E. Ifudglus .1 Co. March 24.?Steamship Ashland, F'rnaudina. March 27.?St-hr. Anna E. Babcock, Lee, Woods Hole, guano, to P. R. R. R. March27.?Steamship Dallas, Hines, Norfolk. SAILED. March 21.?Steamship Asliland, Femandina. March 24.?Steamship Ashland, Norfolk. March 23.?Steamship Dallas, Ferrandlna. MEMORANDA, j The flag ship Hartford, with Admiral LcRoy, was n t? 1 C..?dow mArnirtf* l???t I nrotlgni Illiu rori nujai vu cuuua; i by P^lot Cox. j The U. S. S. Marion. also arrival at Tort r.oyr.l the I same morning in charge of Pilot Davis. J The Hurry Althowc,from Bull River, S. C.,*arrived I at Plymouth. Eng. March 3. ^ The P.abxly, Nlclson, from Bull River, S. C , arI r:ved at London. March 2. The U. S. S camship lh?r>n, from Hampton Roads ' was brought into Port Royal by Pilot Cox, on Mooi day. | The Eldorado, Colledge. for Port Royal, sailed from Hull, March 7. ?' The Tropic, Kelliner, for Bull River, S. C. sailed j from Bordeax, March 3. The Maggie, Davis, and Tawe, G< orge, boih from Bull River, S. C. arrived at Urecnock, March 10. TAKE DR. DENNIS' ! Sj sten) Ke no va t or aiid Blood PURIFYING SYRUP. , For Dvupepsia, Piles, Heart bum, Sick Headache Fevers, Sores, Ac. m. J. graiiam. act.. , mar.30-ln?. Beaufort. W. H^CILVERT. t I PRACTICAL "j Tin ShestIron. Copter Works; > j DEALER IN I Tajwnned and Stamped Tin Wares. Constautlyoi i J hand, Cooking Parlor and Box Stoves. 7 ' TERMS CASH. I I Agent for the Celebrated . | Charter Oak Cocking Steves. VT. H. CALVERT, La? St. W: tween S'.li A r:h st*. Beaufort.S. ( ijlUvHUl't Groceries. BOYCE, J. P?Groceries, Wines, Liquors, and Segars, South aid* Bay St., Beaufort. BOYC'E, J AS. E.?Wholesale and retail dealer in tiroceries, Liquors, Segars, Dry Goods and general merchandise. Bay St. Tiro flnnrlc id A wv ?APTLY TO? I J . W. Collins. j Dec.? ___ ?:VMf, MRS. E. HOLZACH, B BREAD V D Cake, and Cracker Bakery BAY ST., BEAUFORT, S. C. Just received a large and selected stock of FRENCH CANDIES, which will he sold at nrices to suit the times. Will so keep on hand all kinds of CAKES, PIES, FRUITS, Ac Ac. sop.23-t f. MRS. C. SMITH, WEST STREET, \PPLK, J.?Pry Goods, Clothing, Boots Riid Shoes, Notions, Ac., Buy St. I^KANZ, JOHN?General Pry Goods House, Bay St. Beaufort. See advertisement. /"lOOPER JOHN?Pry Goods Clothing, MlllinaO ry. French and Pomestie Floweis, Fancy Goods, notions, Ac. Bay St. See udvertisem -nt. TIT ATF.nilOVSK. GFORGE?Gns-erhs, and Pry VV tioods, Furtiitur , Ac. A new stock of lamps and chandeliers. Bay St. HARMS HENRY.?Groceries, Wines. Liquors Pry Goods, Toys and Fancy Goods, Bay St Beaufort, S. C. Auction Commission. (""IROFl'T, JAMES M.?Auction Commission J Merchant, and Broker in Real Estate, Bay St. See Advertisement Barber. VRTIS. A.?Barber. Hair cutting, shaving shampooing find dyeing. Wed St. -? ? ittt rrwjr r M.?Barber, shaving hair cut KVng. shampooing and dyeing done in tile u- atest manner. Hay St. Shipping. BERTHA SCIIR-?Capt. Trevetf, master. Beaufort to Savannah every week. Freight and passage. Blacksmith. MTTCftEL, W.?Blacksmith, horseshoeing, and general smith work. Magnolia St. Wheelright SAVAGE, JERRY?Wheel right. Repairs promptly executed. Magnolia St. Surveyor. NICHOLS K. G. Connty Sttrveyor, Civil Enginnecr, draughtsman. Twenty years experience. Corner of 8th & B. St, Beaufort, S. C. Druggist, OTL'ART. II. M. PR.?Druggist and Apothcrcary O Bay St. Beaufort. See advertisement. Builder and Contractor DEVLIN, W. H.?Builder and contractor, Bay and Charles Sts. See advertisement. Carriage Painter McGREtiOR. JAS. K.?Carriage maker, sign and carriage paiutcr, Bay and Charles Sts. See advert isc-incnt. Professional Cards TX7IGGIN, P. L.?Attorney at Low. Solicitor of V V 2nd Circuit Bay St. ilnc AtU'frtisemcnts. SMC KEBSi SMOKERS A. ASH-5Y CtifilBTZtiaiiU, Has opened a Cigar store, and News depot on Bay St., F'-aulort, where can b> found some of the choicest brauds of Cigars and Smoking Tobacco. A fine stock of TIPES POl'CIIFS, CIGAR HOLDERS, Ac. DAILY ami WEEKLY pajers. Orders filled promptly for any book, magazine or newspaper published. fin onl; Sows Digit ii Town, Feb. 21. SILVER PLATED WARE. Electro-Plated Silver Ware AND Ornamental Art Work, IXGREAT VARIETY. , MANUFACTURED BY THE .MERIDIAN BRITANNIA COMPANY, 550 BROADWAY NEW YORK. The best Plated SPOONS and FORKS are those Silver Plated heaviest on the parts where necessarily the most wear comes, and bearing the Trade Mark. 1874?ROGERS BROTHERS?XII. N. B. ?This great improvement in Silver - Pla| ted Spoons and Forks Is applied alike to each grade j of Plate, A 1, Sard V2moz. as ordered. The Pro-ess | and Machinery for manufacturing these goods arc Patented. The Extra or ' Standard Plate" made by this Company is stamped A 1, simply, and is plated 20 per cent, heavier than the ordiauary market standard. j Jfcjf- First Premeums awarded at all Fairs where | exhibited, from World,a Fair of 1852 to American j Institute Fair, 1674. inclusive, J mar 9-6 nt. j tf}JT fn Qnn per day at home. Samples worth Si .w?l III .n/.H fVi.A STiv?ft\ Co.. Portland' Maine , VfU IV VUV ? , SEND 2.?c. to G. P. ROWELL & CO., New York for Pamphlet of 100 pages, containing list of 3000 i newspapers, and estimates showing cost of advert L? 1 i^ (hinaday at home. Agents wanted. Outfit anc <3)io term's free TRUE A CO., Augusta, Maine, j marO-ly. M. POLLITZER, COTTON FACTOR AND Commission Merchant BR AVFORT S. C i JOHN FRANZ. Wholesale & Retail Grocer, ANI) SHIP CHANDLEF Family Groceries and Cabin Store a specialty. 0 Constantly receiving from St. Loui: . I the best FAMILY FLOUR, WHOLESALE GROCERIES, LIOl'ORS PLANTATION SITrLIE i at the princple Store, formerly oceupie J by J. Fyler, Corner Bay and West Strei BAEERY. Having just completed the erection of j bakery at my premises, at the corner B; . and Scott Sts.. I shall keep a constai 1 supply of fresh BREAD &c. I haves cu ed the services of an experienced b p ker, and by u-ing the finest grades flour, shall endeavor to secure a share ! public patronage. Call and inspect sat ' pies. GROCERIES. a speciality :it the Store Corner "f B, and Scott Street. % IP. If. ilitu'iiiifsoii, ' j W HOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER I PORT ROYAL, S. C. : JTAYIXC. just put in a large ?tock of Groceries. 7 I I am prepared to supply the trade at figures that | cannot fail to PROVE SATISFACTORY. ' ?" imurht frcrn first hands, and conn j A!i mygwi"i??.? D direct from | Jiew York, Boston find Baltimore, : and I can, therefore, compete *ith dealers in Charleston and Savannah. Mess Beef and Pork, Dry Salted and Smoked .Meats, FLOUR, SUGAR, MOLASSES SOAP CANDLES SVRtTP COFFEES, CANDIES. TEAS. JELLIFY, SARDINES, ( PACKERS. CHEESE. CORN. CORN MEAL, HAY AND FEED. CANNED GOODS AND PRESERVED FRUITS. BY PURCHASING from me, partlesran make a per eent.ii?e on theirgood*, on account of lover j Aright chargea'at Port Royal than at Charleston or j Savannah. D. H. Hutchinson. Jy-59-Cm. For Sale. ONE-THIR J INTEREST IN THE Port Royal pmnwnsflnjir RfHIMBBCIAL ' Between Craven and Norti Streets, AND COR. SCOTT A NORTH STREETS, Boanfort, S. O. (~y ROCERIES, ' ATEATS, candies 1V1 ipOBACCO, FANCY CAKEMND SEGARS. ! Dry Goods, and Clothihg All of the best quality and at the lowest figures, constantly ou hand. Ajil.l J.tf. W. H. DEVLIN, Carpenter* Builder o All kinds of BOAT WORK, CAULKING, and SPAR MAKING o OFFICE AND*SHOP COR.BAY and CHARLES STREET BEAUFORT, S.C. [ 1 aujtf.ly. ! PORT ROYAL Saw& Planiiig U BEAUFORT, S C. 1 D. C. WILSON & CO., MANUFACTURERS OK AND DEALERS IN ' YELLOW FINS Tim MS LUXBE j AND Cypress Sl>1nglegy ALSO Builders & Contractor PLASTER, LATIIES, ! A11 kinds of JOD SAWING promptly done. ', Flooring S Ceiling Brt! always on har ~ Order* for Lumber and Timber by the ear, | promptly filk*d. Terms Cash. . I i.ov.23-ly. D. C. WILSON. A CO S. MAYO, : Bay St. Beaufort, S. C LIQUORS, WINES, Ac. . j NET YARNS, * 4 /IB S. [ FISH LINKS A:NL> L'UHIAAVr.. d ' Orlass, Taints and Oils, * j WHITE LEAD AND TUliPENTIN. j Special attention given to mixing pair j d Glass c order of any size. a i Dec.f> .if. 8. ELLIOTT, Beaufort S. C, e. j BJ VEJVEL, V CO., ChmrUtloH S. THE BEAUFORT "' STEAM MILL COMOT HAVINC ri'T UP A GRIST MILL AT Tilt old stand, arc prepared to furnish Grist, Feed and Meal, any quantity, and at r as inahle rales. J i II0TT. V,mi4 I 44^1 Uuuty. ! JOHN W. LINLEY, & CO. 190 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C. |r h o c~r s And Importer* of j General Merchandise. I i\o Freight to pay: No Freight to Pay Our pricr* are below those of (lay ofh-i denier in the Unitrtl States. No ex'i charges for drayage. boxing or freight. We )rrrpny freights and drlicer gorni free at any depot on the line of the Shot, Postern, Wilmington and Columbia South (hrnlino and Charleston and So conn ah Rtjil Roads; also to all points i South Carolina, Georgia and Hondo having direct venter commun cation icit. Charleston. ALL, GOODS GUARANTEED. " 7erms?Cash by P. 0. order or reg istercd b iter?on 30,-60, or 00 days in ae reptance with interest added at the rat of 1 per cent a month. " Always enclose this advertisement with order if convenient. List of Net Prices. No expense to ad?. Finest quality Young Ilyeon T? a?quality uusur pas*"!, exquisite flavor, and great strength, ?1.2 per lb. This Tea specially recommended. Fines quality Oolong, SoncIt'Ug. Gunpowder, aud Hysot Teas, 51.20 per lb. Sef?.na quality Teas, HOc. per ll> Third quality Teas, sold by other dealers at Si p< t 111., you can have delivered by us at 00c. ptr ll> Cnioi. '* and Powdered Sugars l'Se. per lb.; Granulated A Sugar, '2c per lb Light Brown Sugar, 10c.., pei lb. Linley's Peerless FAMILY FLOl'R 1* LBS. FOR ?i. or?13per b'd. Good Family Flour, 22 lbs. for Si;' ?8.50, and ?9.00 j<er barrel. Extra Choice Fi. ely Flavored Haws, 17)4, 18c. per lb. Good Hams, 12e. pecJb. BREAKFAST STRIPS, EXTRA CHOICE, 17V&. per lb. Choice Tumbler Jellies, larjr sixo, 12 i-2c. each. 2 lb. Canned Tomatoes, 13, each; :Ub. Canned Tomatoes, lite. each. lib. Sainton, 25c jst can; 2 lb Canned Pine Ap; le, Peaches | Damsons and Pears, 2:1c. per can?ti cans for 31.30 j li* St quality mixed vinegar ncxies?pirns i/c cam* quarts, 27c. eaeh; (Gallons 60c. each. louden**' Milk, Eureka and Eagle baand, 25c. each, Ga*t> fJcatiMiu, 1-2 lb. 2-r?c ; lbs. 50c. per can. Lemon Sugar. 40c\i>er can. Pooler's Yerst Powder, 15c., 25c. | and 40c. per can. English Cook tug Soda, or Package Soda, 10c. per lb. 1-4 boxes Sardines, 20c.; 1-2boxes,.Sardines, 85c. each. Shadlnes, 1-2 boxes, 25c. each. Cox's Sparklln Gelatine, 20c. per pack. Capers. 40c.; Olives, 50c.; Worcestershire, Walnut and Mushroom Sauces, genuine imported, 40c. per bottle. imitation French Mustard. 2<ic. Genuine French Mustard,25c. French Prunes, 13c. pr lb. Raisins,20c. Citron, 40c. Currants, 10c. Cheese, 20c. Full weight Candles, first quality, 28c. per lb. Baker's Chocolate, 45c. per lb. Cocoa, 50c. per lb. Bronia 60c. per lb. German Chocolate, 30e. per lb. Ordinary Wo Coffee, 4 1-2 lbs. for 81.; choice Rio Coffee 4 lbs. for 81.; choice Laguayra Coffee, 8 lbs. for Si; Old Government Java Coffee, 21* lbs. for 81; Roasted and Ground Coffees. 5c. additional, each grade. Duryea's Starch. 9 lbs. for 81. Fatin Glors Starch, 75c. per box. Corn Starch, 13c. per pack, Box Blueing, :$3c. per dozen. Barley, 12 l-2c. per lb Durham Smoking Tobacco, 65c. per lb. Gilt Edg? Butter, 40c. per lb. Choice Goshen Butter, 35c. per lb. Biscuits?Soda, 12 lbs. for 81; Extra Pilot, 10c.; Lemon, Wine, Ginger and Butter, at 15c per lb.. Nic Nacs, 13c. per lb.; Fancy Cakes 25c. per lb; Black I'epjfCr, 30c. per lb.; Spice, 30c. per lb.; Nutmegs, 15c. j??r ounce; Mace, 15c. per ounce; Ginger, 25c. per lb. Rose and Vanilla Flat Stick Candy, t. fine article, 25c. per lb.; Ordinary stick candv.pure 2t.c. p*-r lh.; Rock Candy, any color, 22c. per lb Colgate's ToiL't Soaps?60 different kind* a spec alty o: ours, at manufacturer's prices?fr m 25c , to $4.0< per dozen cakes. Colgate's Handkerchief Extracts, 50c. per liottlo. Caslini Te Bouquet F?wder, 25c. pet box. Cleveland's Pomade Vasaline, a restorativt ' and preservative unequalled for the hair, 20c. pc I Iwttle. Old Corn Whiskey, $1.80 per gallon. Ky? j Whiskeys, 81.60, $2.00, $3.0o. and $4.?)0 per gallon. Blackberry and Che pry Cordials, a pleasant drink 51.ni |>er gallon. Table Port and Sherry Wine, $2.51 per gallon. Fine Old Mad ira, $4.00 per gallon English and Scotch Ale and Porter; ltottied, $2.7? , p r dozen. Bremen Imager Beer, bottled, 82.70 pej d >zcn. Demijohns fur Liquors, extra?1-2 gallou I'o.; gallons, 50c.; 2 gallons, G'X*.; 3 gallons, 75c.; gallons 8ls)o each. A very Extensive Assortment of Crockery and Glassware always on hand. Plates?Dinner size. $1.50 per dozen; Breakfa-t, 81.25; Desert, 81.60 Ten, 35c. per dozen, Cujw und Saucers, $1.00 per set. Covered Dishes, 65<\ 75c., and $1.00 each. Ttimhleie 60c., 75., $1.00, Si .25. an-t $1.50 j>er dozen. Tablt I Gold t*. $1.20, $1.50, $2.00, $2.5", an<l $3.00 p<*r dnzei. Wine Glasses, $1X9 per dozen. Lamp Chimney*. Sun () and A's, 4 for 25e. B's ?. for 23e. Student ot A rjcand Chimneys 3 for 25c. Numberless arflclet j unmontioned. Information c.ieerfully given. (Hit ! firm was estaolLshfd in 1467, and our business re j potation and facilities are of the highest order j Wo will do all wc promise. All orders should b I address -d to JOHN W. LINLEY, 4 CO., ' i < kV- di.\ 184) 190 King St., } Jnc.l7-!y. CHARLESTON, S. C. Crist and ?erdL S % WALLACE, Cotton Factor AND GRIST MILLER, Wholeaal* Dealer In ' mil HUM, HEAL, FEED, Etc,, - Sea Island Cotton Bought, Ginned and prepared for mar | ket. Advances Wade on Consignments* j Having the best machinery for ginnin/ cotton and griuding corn and meal, he ii prepared to execute all orders on th< i shortest possible notice. The highest price paid for Cotton and Corn. Cotton ginned on toll. jan.7 I s G. P. GARDNER, DEALER IS GROCERIES, id Liquors, Dry Goads, Soots, Shoes, Etc,, J0 HILTON HEAD, S. C. ~ | Cotton Ginned and Corn Ground at th j above place. ' j Grist, Bread and Feed j always on hand. For cash all ordei will be promptly attended to. D. O'NEILL, & SONS7 WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS AND VALISES, KTo. 83 ECayno Stree Cliarloston. S. o. I j aprl.8-lyr. h- ; its JHt PARKE RCUH. SI*} ' SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR I PARKER BRO'S, WEST MERIDEN.CT.' ! | t ( ? I I ?, . 1 i . V* . & o ii Jb LK li , SEA IS^ND HOTEL, HAS BEE Jf KG-OPENED. THE PATROXAGE OF THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC IS SOLICITED. TERMS, $a.OO PER SAT. J A ME 8 0 D E L L, - - - - Peomiwo*. PORT ROYAL CLUB HOUSE Has been fitted up in first class style, in the building formerly known as th? BE1F0IMTEL, . The RESTAURANT will be supplied with the choicest viands that thejmarketa of Savannah, Charleston and Beaufort can supply. MEATS, FISH, OYSTERS and GAME in its season. Long experience in this line of business has enabled me to serve the choieest delicacies on the horte.<-t notice. ' * C. E. WARREN, Feb. 24. Proprietor. BARGAINS! BARGAINS!! QUICK SALESTAND^MALL PROFITS! AT THE CHEAP STORE. Jacob Apple, ANNOUNCES TO HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC, THAT HE HAS JUST eceived direct fiom New York, a large and well selected stock of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, which he will offer at the lowest prices. Consisting of DRESS GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTION. Silk*. Poplins, Lustre*, Black and Col'd, Alpacas, Reps. and Maids, also m fine lot of Prints and B1 a-h-d goods. Fine Plaid and Ottoman Shawls, Ladies KuMUovea, Centennial Dtcm Bovatora. Hosiery end Fancy Good*, Balmoral Hose. Ruffling and Emhroideriea, Latest atjrliw of Trlnmtin-s and Buttons, Fringes and Laees. A tine lot of Perftiinery and fancy Soaps. Blankets and iKmustion, Oil Cloth and Matting. Special attention is called to the Gents' Furnishing Department. Which is complete with the latest styles of Bows and Ties, also, the celebrated Centennial paper v. oilar. Clothing Boots aud Shoes, Hat* and Caps, and other articles to suit the vaata of all. Come and To? Convinood, Bay Street. JACOB APPLE, Beaufort, S. C. 11EZ BUSSE Y, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, ?-AND DEALER K Country Produce, and Plantation Supplies, 173 Broad St., fUnder Augusta Hotel,/' Augusta Ga o ? KEEPS constant'*- on hand a large and selected stock of GROCERIES and PLANTATION SUPPLIES all 01'which we offer cheap to the trade. Satisfaetion guaranteed- The patronage of Beaufort and adjoioing Counties respectfully solicitedAre You Going to Paint? THEN USE NEW YORK ENAMEL PAINT CO.* CHEMICAL FAINT 3 S Heady for use in White, and over One Hundred Different Colors made of strictly prime White Load, Itinc, and Linseed Oil, Chemically combined, warranted much Handsomer and Cheaper, and to last TWICE AS LONG as any other Paint . It has taken the FIRST PREMIUMS at twenty of the State Faira of the the Union and is on many thousands of the fii.est housesjn the oounirry Address: N. T. ENAMEL PAINT CO. PRICE Rblft' EJ?AMpLE Cilw SE.VT FREE. 103 (tates Street, lev Tort THE WEED , irT A ' " ' SEWING MACHINE COMFY, K ' Is prepared to offer the most liberal terms * TO MERCHANTS AND OTHERS, ?Who will deal in? ^ * ^ 14-ci IVTari' A*ni>a. oewiug iUacIIXUTO ui 1U3 xuau huiu ? W* \ FAMILY FAVORITE, Its Name Indicates its Qualities. Refer to 250,000 Families Who Have Them in Use. ClT :' NAMED GENNRAL FAVORITE, BECAUSE A.i?^ nvar,. cmulGof work.?Our competitors acknow AUUjncu iv ttvij f T ledges that For Tailors and Shoemakers, IT STANDS WITHOUT A RIVAL Address, Weed Sewing Machine Company, j Pec.#). N'os, 01 and 53 St. Charles St., Baltimore, Md*/ j