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G. B, CATHCART, EDITOB .
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It costs $1792 to corry a toa of letters across the
Six thousand and eight hund? ed tons of freight
arrived at Atlanta, Ga., ju one week.
Tho Quakers propose to allow both sexes to sit
together jn church. The world moves.
M. A. HAWKES, ol'St. Paul, insured his wife's
life, shot her accidentally, and has Jbeen arrested
A maa advertises ia a ^Cleveland paper for "a
2x>y to take charge of a pair. of horses of a religious
tara of mind.".
The Atlanta Era computes the number of desti?
l?te ia Georgia, who have not the actual means of
subsistence,, to be ft least fifty thousand.
Cap tain. EDWARD R.'MACKEY, of Charleston, S.
C., has disappeared, and is supposed to hare been
A Pike's Peaker, writing!to a Minnesota journal,
?aya the miners aro very much discouraged in that
region-they have to dig through a solid vein of
oil ver and four feet thick, before they reach tho
The Athen? 'Banner states, that planters from
Southwest .Georgia and the West are still gather?
ing up freedmen. Several gangs have left that
place lately. In some oases white laborers have
. Tho people of Emporia, Kansas, have been so
long eat off from communication with the rest of
the world by; the present floods that they are re?
duced to starvation diet. . A bear eame into the
'village recently, but ..fought ids way out un?
Bids foi laving the Nicholson pavement in eleven
j?fthe streets of Memphis were opened on the
27th ultimo.* The bids ranged'" from three dollars
?nd seventy-four cents to six dollars per square
yard. Gen. FGBK EST was> bidder for the work on
leach of the streets.
A Houston .paper says: "A white woman at?
tended a theatre Tuesday evening in the company
jof one of 'Africa's noble SOBS. The woman is a
jBchool teacher, and was noticed by many, and
seemed to be loving ly affectionate to her ebony
The Congre8aipoal career of the Hon. -HENEY J.
T?AIMOKD? pf thevSew. York Times, ended with the
expiration of the Thirty-ninth Congress. A con?
temporary, thinks no repr?sentative, ought to be
eo popular, .Ho (ibarmed the Conservatives with
lia' speeches and the Radicals with his votes.
A contemporaiy, speaking of the bankrupt
TAW j nat passed by Congress, says it sweeps
off stay laws, insolveat laws, and imprisonment
?br debt; and establishes "a permanent system
whereby the relations between debtors and credit
era can be adjusted to the advantage of both par?
ties. ' . ' ;.:. ,(.:. ,
Since S*. MAHU? left Rome a friend of his, CHAS.
CAKE, in the PapiJ Zouaves, who had known SUR
UAra, has boen m urdered.' It is supposed that ho
was killed; be eau 3o it waa suspected that he knew
cf and aided in the arrest' of SUBBATT. ? While ST.
?AitrjLvaS'ia-Ro:aie, after SUBEATT'S arrest, he re?
ceived letters threatening his death if he came to
the United State?. ** " .. , ;
A h?tte daughter of ALFRED WOODBTJFE, of Green
;?eld, Michigan, W?K .bitten some time since by a
rabid dog. A few days ago she was attacked by
hydrophobia, suffering tembl? agoniea, which con
. tinued till after consultation was had with physi
' ??ans, who decided that, as the sufferer could not
possibly survive, considerations of humanity de
jnanded that her Bufferings be ended by some
paeans, in accordance with which, during a severe
paroxysm, the child was smothered to*death.
The coast sur office at Washington has is
' jsoed an elabora te series of tide tables, ia pam
phlet form, grviog the time of high water and its'
jise for every day in the year at the principal ports
(Of the United States. The data for these tables
were accumulated through the persevering efforts
of the late Prof. RACHE, superintendent of the
coast Harvey, and it is intended to continue their
pubHcation annually, agreeably to the plan of the
English and French Governments.
The Baltimore M. E. Cc ference commenced its
session on Wednesday last Bishop _PIEX.CE, Rev.
Dr. LOVICK 7-I?BCE, Dr. MEANS, of Ga., Bishop
TJoaoirr and other distinguished divines will be
jn atteodaacoj The Baltimore Episcopal Methodist
says : "The number of members expected to be ia
attendance will, it is supposed, reach about one
hundred etndjc rty." If so, both the changes pro?
posed by the General Conference may be made,
And one of the ' them (the change of name) almost
^extainlywill beaiad?. M__ ,.v?.
Tb> Montgomery 'Advertiser says: "It will be
fieen fiouitho dispatch under the telegraphic head,
?hat the senate rial branch of the Virginia Legisla?
ture bias passed a bill calling a State Con vent ion
sinder the provisions of the Sherman Military Bill.
When the 'Mother of States and Statesmen,' slow
?o act in tho ti me of secession, yet,. bore the brunt
/ot the four yens' contest, regards the exigency as
ene that rec uirea immediate action, Alabama
should not, he . dilatory.in following the example."
Tho raising of cattle in Illinois has grown to
?norme na proportions. This State .furnishes New
"York with more Uve stock than all the other States
?ombined. Daring 1866 the total number of cattle
received at Ne w Tork was 298,882. Of this num.
5>ex,j it is stated upon reliable .authority, 165,287
were received from TUmoia alone,' The aggregate
'Traine of this live stock was $33,228,723.12, and of
<the shipmentii from the State was $18,373,302.62,
HOB exhibit gives a glimpse of the gigantic pro?
portions of Hanois agriculture.
The suicide of two yom>s lovers at Sauti Spin toe,
tin Cuba, has paused a groat sensation there. A
young man, <iaye a correspondent, rendered, des
perate at being refused the hand of his adored
one on account of his poverty, proposed to her the
?fatal alternate ve from which Hamlet ?rirntilr back
appalled. She consented, and leaning her head on
ihe shoulder of her lover reaeived. from him that
death which, was welcome in his company; a
second shot from his revolver, and the pair were
jrnrtod in dea th, Romeo and Juliet No. 2.
Large numbers of negroes at Yorktown, Virginia,.
ausd its" vioim ty, being without employment and ia
* state of destitution, the Freedmen's Bureau at
Washington has directed that the surplus popula?
tion be removed as far as possible to more distant
points where the negroes may be able to obtain
.employment. The order has created considerable
(excitement among the negroes, and there were
Tumors that they intended to combine to resist the
?measure. ,To prevent any disturbance, the military
^authorities at Fortress Monroe have dispatched
patrols of soldiers to be Ou hand to meet any snch
contingency (.but no serious outbreak ia said to be
The Enfalda News has the following : "Aa negro
suffrage is now established ia Tennessee and
3B0WNX0W renominated fer Governor, it is pro?
posed to rmi a negro candidate to test the sinceri?
ty of the Radicals, and see if they meant business
when they made the negroes citizens. Frank Par
Tish, the well-kuowu barber, is spoken of as the
auan to beat BBOWKLOW. He ?B the superior of
BROWNLOW in almost every respect. He is intelli?
gent, moral, industrious, has a fair education, has
[been a great traveller in foreign parts, is renowned
for his affolnlity and kindness of heart, is nearly
(BB white as BROWNLOW, and is more of a gentle?
man. If he should take the stump he would carry
?the whole negro vote and beat the cursing Parson
^Jjtudlj. In a fight 'between BROWNLOW and big
Frank we go for Frank all the time."
In accorclance with the wishes of the late Prof.
JOHN H. A'LEXAITDEB, who died ou Saturday kat,
ja Baltimore^ his funeral took place in a somewhat
novel manner. At 6 o'clock Monday evening tho
body was removed from his residonce by six per?
sons, followed by his relatives and friends on foot,
to St. Lake's Protestant Episcopal Church, where
^religious sDrvioes were read. Tho body remained
jn the ohurch until midnight, shortly after which
hour it was borne to, St. Paul's Cemetery, where,
siter the reading of the burial services, as tho
?lock struxsk one, in the midst of a pelting hail?
storm, the coffin was j lowered in the vault. The
scene at Hie burial was of an exceedingly solemn
character, the surrounding darkness, the. late
hoary the lurid -torches ifluminatinp the faces of
the attendants, the solemn ritual for the dead, all
adding to the impressive effect, j j
LARGEST CIRCULATION.^ The DAILY
.NEWS publishes th? Official List pfLet?
ters, remaining in th? Postoffice at ine end
of each icee7c, agreeably to the following
section of the New Postoffice Law, as the
nacspapcr having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston:
SECTION 5. And be it further enacted, That lists of let?
ters remaining uncalled for io any Postoffloe in any city,
town or village, where a newspaper shall be printed,
BLAII hereafter bo published once only in the newspaper
which, being published weekly or oftener, shall have the
largest circulation within range of delivery of the said
office. . -.. ..
fS-A? communications intended for pitbUcaiumin
Ulis iournal must be addressed to the F-iUor of the
'ia?yXews, No. 18 name-street, Charleston, S. 0.
Business Communications to Publisher of Hauy
News. ' ?
We cannot undertake to return rejected communica?
Advertisements outside of the eily must oe accompa?
nied willi the cash.
MONDAY MORNING, MARCH ll, 1867.
THE FENIANS AGtAIN.
The Queen, in her late speech, on the opening of
Parliament, announced to the assembled peera
and her "faithful commons" that Ireland, threat?
ened for a while with domestic broils, had become
pacified, and that the troops that had been sent
thither to inBure such a result could soon be with?
drawn. In this, it would now appear, her Majesty
w?s mistaken. She evidently reckoned without
her (Fenian) host. The Queen, we fear, was not
informed of tho extent of the disaffection in Ire?
land. Neither can we at this distance have any
adequate conception of the exact state of things
in that unfortunata country. We have occasional
accounts of risings-now in Cork, now in Droghe
do, now in the vicinity of Dublin, and at this
present moment all ovar the island. The English
papers labor to prove that these are mere spas- j
modic outbreaks, without concert, without organ- ?
ization, and they even havo the assurance to say,
When we consider that a very extensive consta?
bulary force is permanently on duty in every part of
Ireland,-that garrisons of British troops dot the
whole island; that avery large sud respectable part j
of the population in every quarter of the kingdom
is radically opposed to the Fenian, movement;
that the habeas corpus act has been Suspended in
Leland for many months; that every insurrection
in the island during the last six hundred years
has resulted in grievous disaster; that on the first
indication of a contemplated outbreak tens of
thousands of English troops are sent over to nip it
in the bud,-when we read of the repeated seizures
of annSjT-of: government spies being in every city,
town, village and hamlet, from Malin Head to the
Cove of Cork, and from the Giant's Causeway to
Bantry Bay,-we cannot suppress our surprise
that, notwithstanding all these precautions, there
should still be a possibility of anything like an
armed and organized opposition to the imperial
government. And when we furthermore reflect at
the summary, and not always very merciful man?
ner in which the "Home Government'' disposes
of the insurgents, and that i. number of unfortu?
nate Fenians were sentenced to the penal colonies
within the past twelve months, we cannot with?
hold our admiration, that notwithstanding all
these signal discouragements, there should be
still spirit enough left in this poor people to ven?
ture on fresh attempts to drive the English from
thiir soil. That these efforts are, and ever will be
hopeless, and must end in inevitable failure, and in
ruin to the deluded creatures who engage in it, is
very clear to us; and the only wonder is that they,
and especially,theirinen of intelligence, cannot see
We were led to believe, moreover, from the or?
gans of reform in England, that they had made
common cause with the Irish ; and it was natural i
for us to deduce from such fact that the leaders of
Fenianism would not attempt any renewed action
at present, aa it would necessarily prejudice their
cause in uniting against them men and parties
who would otherwise feel free to advocate a re
dress of their grievances. But we were mistaken.
A few weeks ago the news came suddenly that
Chester had been invaded. The plot was formed
in Liverpool, but, it would appf <r, had been dis?
closed by some renegade Fenian, and the police at
Chester were on the alert Still the attempt to
take the Castle came very near being a success.
There waa but one oompany of about sixty men in
the Castle, and report says these were disaffected.
Ibo invaders numbered about 1200. The town
was alarmed, a public meeting was convened,
special constables were sworn in,-among these a
number of volunteers,-and the yeomanry were
called out. The Fenians did not use their advan?
tage. The 1200soon dispersed again, and all wa?
quiet as before. What the spocial object of tho
Chester expedition was is not known with any cer?
tainty, but it is supposed they intended a raid on
the Castle, for the ordnance stores it was known
to contain.-9000 Btan- of arms, 4000 swords, and
CCG,CC* n>nvdB of ammunition. But unfortunate?
ly, or perhaps fortunately, the golden opportunity
was alio \ ed to pass unimproved. The capture of
the Castle, could have led to no permanent good
result, whereas it undoubtedly would have done e,
world cn! immediate mischief. . . ' ,
Now the telegraph informs us of a new rising-,;
and if tho brief, and often highly enigmatiaJ and J
not altogether reliable utterances of tho Cable may
be believed, the present movement is of widen- ex
tent than anything since JIB days .of Lord EDWARD
FrrzOTttALD. In 1848 the disaffection was confined
chiefly to the South and Southwest, the insurgents
having perhaps sympathizers here and there in the
Province of Ulster, but nothing bike a general de
monstraven. We ore told that an attack is
threatened in Tipperary. This may prove trou?
blesome; for the "Tipperary Boys" have ever been
a tower of strength to the popular side, and if they
unite with their brother Fenians, they will make a
formidable fight. The Tipperary Boya-have always j
been among the foremost champions for the liberty
Off Ireland. Yet, wide spread, simultaneous., and,
in a measure, unlooked for, os was this new out?
break^ -tho. constituted .authorities appear.-to ha ie j
had lit?e'difficulty in defeating tho 'Fenians, cap?
turing many, and driving the remainder to the
mountain recesses. We ? await full particulars by
the moil; with considerable anxiety; but after ail,
even with the best wishes for Ireland, and the ut
m : ;e respect for her people, we can only regret
these repeated ou tbreaks, which always end in dis- j
aster, and cannot, by ?ny possibility, do gyo?!. j
MR. SEMINAR'S BILL. J
The pro-visions of the Bill recently introduce! in I
the Senate by Mr. Sna&BEB, "to mam ta 'n a Repub?
lican form of Government in the robel States," are
as fo"ows: . . j
It provides that hereafter in any of the States
declared in rebellion, except in Tennessee, every
person, before he shall be allowed to vote at any
election, State or National, or before he shall enter,
upon any office, State or National, or become enti-*
tied to the salary or emoluments thereof, sholl
subscribo an oath to main tran a Republican form I
of Government in the 8tate of which he is an in- I
habitant; that he will recognize the indissoluble j
unity of the Republic, and always discountenance
any endeavor fo break away or recede from the I
Union; that he will give his influence and vote to J
sustain the national credit, and always discounte?
nance any attempt, direct or indirect, to repudiate
or postpone the national dobt incurred, m sup?
pressing the rebellion, and against any attempt on
the part of the United States or any State to as?
sume any debt incurred in aid of the rebellion, or
any claim for the loss or emancipation of any
slave; that ho will discountenance and resist all
laws making any distinction on account of race or
color, and will strive to maintain a State Govern?
ment completely loyal to the Union, where all men
shall enjoy equal protection and equal rights; and
that he will give his support to education and the
diffusion of Knowledge by public schools open to
all; and such oath shall be preserved in the proper
department of the Government, and any person
falsely taking such oath ?hall be deemed guilty of
perjury, and in addition to the usual penalties
shall be forever deprived of holding office.
The New York Times says :
Mr. Sumner's new patent not only looks to the
guaranteeing of Republican institutions in the
South, but prescribes a form of oath for the late
rebels to sustain a Republican Government. The
oath, we suppose, is of the kind known as the "iron- I
clad," or 2/underberg oath-an oath which no
shot can pierce, which no enemy can destroy,
which no tempest can overwhelm, and which
at tho same time, can crush overy argu?
ment that ever was devised by the human
brain. It must possess some Buch character,
oise why have it at all ? It should be taken, too,
at least once a week, by every soul in the South,
so as to harden both it and its victims, and keep
the love of loyalty firm in the rebel heart. For the
Buke of Mr. Sumner's conscience we should oppose
the administration of tho oath at the North, and
especially to members of Congress, for fear it
might bo a brake on the course of legislation, and
interfere with some highly promising schemes of
We PUBLISH this morning tho speech of ex
Governor BBOWN, of Georgia, very bold, out?
spoken and independent in his views. His advice
to his State is to make the best of a bad bargain.
His letter to his friends in Atlanta, and this speech
of his, have excited considerable remark and not a
little bitterness among the papers in our Bister
?fato. Of course our neigl 'a know best, but we
would respectfully suggest that this is not a time
for quarrelling, and calling hard names will do no
50od to him who utters them, nor hann the ob- I
?ect at whom they are aimed, J
WANTED, A GOOD HOUSE SERVANT,
WASHER and IRONER, without children. Noed
not apply without recommendations. Apply at CORNER
OF SOCIETY STREET and EAST BAY, No. 277.
March ll_ 3*
HOUSE SERVANT.-WANTED, A CAPA?
BLE Woman to attend in tho house. Apply at No.
26 BULL STREET, (second door from Smith.
March ll ?. '-'.-. 1
WANTED, BY AN EXPERIENCED SEA
COTTON PLANTER, a situation as Superinten?
dent of a plantation. Apply to GAILLARD & MINOTT,
No. 22 A'ljer's Wharf. 2 March ll
WANTED.-TWO ROOMS IN LOWER
part of the city. Address "C." News Office.
March ll . 3
WANTED, A SITUATION AS CHILD'S
NURSE OR HOUSE SERVANT, by a respectable
white woman. ApplyTit No. 86 TRADD STREET.
March 6 " , _ ?
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE AND
CAMPAIGNS OP ?
GENERAL ROBERT E. LEE.
Br JAS. D. MCCABE, Jr., of Va.
Send for Circulars and see our terms, and a full de?
scription of the wort. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH?
ING CO., corner 7th and Main streets, Richmond, Va.
February 14_ ? .. '_ Imo?
A WIDOW LADY WISHES A SITUATION
jj},, in some respectable family. Ls capable of doing any
kind of Sewing. Anyone desiring sucha one will
please make application at this office.,
ry RENT, A VERT DESIRABLE RESI.
DENCE, with six rooms, pantry, suitable outbuild?
ings, cistern, tc., situated on East Bay, between Lau?
rens and Society streets. Possession given about ICth
inst Apply at THIS OFFICE mwf3 Marchai
STORES TO RENT.-TO RENT, THE
STORES Nos. 8 and 10 EAST BAY, extending from
North Commercial Wharf to South Commercial Wharf,
and known as the Mills Grain Stores.
Also STORE No. 4 HAI NE 8TREET.
Also the extensive STORES in Tradd street, comer of
Bedon's Alley, and knowu as the Carolina Coffee House.
Apply? j. MCCABE,
March 6_wfm3_No. 30 Broad street
TO RENT, A THREE-STORY BRICK
HOUSE in Wentworth street, between Smith and
Rutledge streets; contains ten rooms, with gas and
water fixtures complete. Apply at the office of WILKIN?
SON & GILCHRIST, Attorneys at Law, No. 48 Rroad
street fm w January 12
TO RENT, A VACANT LOT ON WEST
side of Meeting street fronting also on Horlbeck's
alley. Apply at No. 09 Tradd street at 7 o'clock A. M.,
or 3 P. M., to JOSEPH WINTHROP,
March 7_ . thm2
TO RENT-THE ELLIOTT MANSION, NO.
10 George street Apply to LOWNDES & GRIM
BALL, Law Range, Broad street
December 17 m
TO RENT, A SUITE OF ROOMS, WITH
Pantry and Kitchen attached. Apply at the Drug
Store, No. 131 Meeting street " 3 March 9
rr\0 RENT, THE COMMODIOUS THREE*
X 8TORY BRICK RESIDENCE No. 68 Tradd street;
has 12 square rooms, dining rooms, pantry, pump, cis?
tern, cook and ifbsh kitchens, carriage house and
stables, together with ample servants' accommodations ;
gas fixtures throughout. For terms, &c, apply to J. C.
MARSHALL, No. CO Tradd street_March 8
rino RENT, THU UPPER PORTION OF
I THE H?USE corner Vanderh?rst and Klug streets.
There 1B a large hall and 19 rooms, with a good cistern,
two-story brick kitchen and outbuildings. It is well
adapted for a Boarding-House or School. Possession can
be had on the 16th inst For terms, apply at ALMAB'S
DRUG STORE, corner Vanderhorst and King streets.
March 8 _:_ i
rREF?T, FOUR ROOMS, WITH KITCH?
EN, over our office. No. 27 Broad street,
SMITH i? MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. 27 Broad street
mO RENT.-A THREE STORY BRICK
X house In George street, two doors east of Coming
street. Apply to FRANCIS LANCE, Coming street near
Wentworth.. .... ... j?? - .? ? ? ? Marchi
TyrUNA*^ FARM, WEST END OF NUNAN
JA STREET, TO RENT. Apply on the premises.
rRENT DR FOR SALE CHEAP,~THE
delightful. RESIDENCE No. 8 Ashley street For
particulars, address R. F., Daily News Office.
February 5K?-*r . .... ."
BOARD?t 6.-TWO 5I\GLE GENTLEMEN
.liesa bc accommodated with good Board and a
pleasant room, on application at No. 59 CHUROS
STREET, weat aide, near Tradd. . .
A few DAY BOARDERS can also be accommodated.
February 27 .
PRIVATE BOARDING.-A FEW BOARD.
ERS can be accommodated at No. 92 KING STREET,
east side, near Broad. A few Day Boarders can be ac?
commodated. . . . , ( . January 31
npHE COPARTNERSHIP OF CAMERON, BARKLEY
X * CO. ls this day dissolved by the ' withdrawal of j
Captain FENN PECK.
(Signed) ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
lt C. RARKLEY.
Charleston, 6th March, 1867.
THE UNDERSIGNED .
Y?7TLL CONTINUE THE RAILROAD AND STEAM
TT BOAT SUPPLY BUSINESS,- under the name of
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO., at the old stand, corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets.
(Signed) , ARCHIBALD CAMERON.
R. 0. BARKLEY. -
Charleston, Otb March, 18G7. .
IN RETIRING .
rOM THE FIRM GFCAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
I take the opportunity of soliciting in their behalf
the patronage- of my friends and the public.
(Signed) ' FENN RECK.
Charleston, 6w March, 1867. Imo March 7
-; MRS. P. J. BARB OT,
TEACHER: OF THE PIANO AND VOCAL MUSIC,
For terms, apply at RESIDENCE, corner of Smith
and Montague streets.,. . thfmS* March 7
GOLD! GOLD! GOLD !
"TT7ANT12D- ... .
Memphis City Coupons. .
i Northeastern Railroad Coupons '
. City of Columbia Bonds. ?
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
! March 8 fmw3 Broker,, No. 8 Broad street.
mmm EXPRESS com
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10 _Augusta. Ga.
ASURE CURE OR THE PlLES,'"pUT UP IN
PACKAGES af 1000 pieces.
Price GO cents. For sale by
H IE AM HARRIS,
February 18 Imo No. ?9 RROAD STREET.
THOMPSON & BROTHER,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
No. 112 EAST BAY', cor. Fraser's Wharf.
BACON, FLOUR, RUTTER, LARD. CHEESE, COF?
FEE, SUGAR, of all grades and prices; TOBACCO,
SOAP, STARCH, MOLASSES, and a general Stock ot
GROCERIES, in store and for sale low.
Liberal advances made on Consignments.
Apply as above. Imo February ll
8250 FOR A MONTH !
IS THE TUNE THAT BARLOW, THE OLD OPERA?
TOR, is catering to, at the OLD STAR GALLERY,
wbero he will give his attention to securing the shadow
ere the substance fades-especially tho OIL and PORCE?
LAIN PORTRAITS, of which competition is defied. Spe?
cimens con be neen, token from hie, and small pictures
enlarged at tho Gallery, southeast corner King and Mar?
ket streets, Charleston. _ _February 21
MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION,
HAVING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable for Gentlemen, La?
dles and Children, and being desirous of diminishing our
Stock before the season advances too far, wo would espe?
cially draw the attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which wiB be made in our prices for the next two
or three weeks from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY,
January 29 No. 17 Chalmers street
SEWING MACHINE FOR $20.
rriHE MACHINE WILL STITCH, HEM, FELL, TUCK,
X BRAID, fcc, so simple that a child will easily man?
age it is offered for sale, and can bo seen at No. ll Ma
zyck street No. 403 King street ?nd at
W. L. WEBB'S Crockery Store,
February 16 mwf 2mos No. 6 Hayno street
WILLIAM ll. GILL1LAKD & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNE STREET.
HIBERNIAN SOCIETY-SIXTY-SIXTH AN?
THE 17TH OF MARCH FALLING ON 8UNDAY, THE
Hibernian Society will celebrate its 66th Anniver?
sary on Monday, the 18th instant, at their Hall, in Meet?
The Society will assemble at 12 o'clock for the elec?
tion of officers and tho transaction of other. bQemoss,
Membors will como prepared to pay their arrears, and
will apply to the Treasure}; for their tickets to the dinner, j
The Members will re-assemble' at the Hall in the after?
noon for the dinner, which will be served at?K o'clock
STEWARDS. . .
WILLIAM H. HOUSTON, I W. D. CLANCY,
BEEN ARD O'NEILL, | S. D. STONEY,.
March ll mw** THOS. O'BRIEN, Secretary.
CHARLESTON FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF YOUR COMPANY
will be held at your Hall, This Evening, 11th instant,
at 7H o'olock. G. M. L., S. C. F. E. C.
March ll .
ORANGE LODGE, No. 14, A. P. BI,
ACOMMUNICATION OF THIS LODGE WILL BE
held This Evening, at Seven o'clock, at Masonic
Candidates for Master's Degree will attend.
By order W. M W. A. GIBSON, Secretary.
N. B. The Arrear List will be read the last time.
March ll : . ^.1
CHARLES J. KICKHAM CIRCLE P. B.
ATTEND A MEETING OF YOUR CIRCLE AT 7#
o'clock This Evening, at Morchants' Hob], corner
of Socioty and King otreets. M. J. ROANTREE,
Marchi!_ . l* Con tro. JJ
LADIES' MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION
AN EXTRA MEETING OF THE LADIES' MEMORIAL
. Association will be held at the Masonic Hall, This
Evening, 11th inst, at 4 P. M. Members are requested
to be punctual in attendance, as business of Importance
will he submitted.
fly order of the President
March ll 1
LADIES' FUEL SOCIETY.
rEE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING OF THE
Ladies' Fuel Society will be held at the Depository,
Chalmers street To-Morrow, the 12th inst, at 1 o'clock.
March ll _
HOME LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
rlE 41BT INSTALMENT OF THIS ASSOCIATION
wiR be received during the day at No. 26 HAYNE
SALE OF MONET at 7 o'clock P. M., This Evening, 11th
instant at Masonic Halt G. F. KINSEY,
March ll 1 Treasurer.
; 2Birb am Montag ben Ilten 3R0rj, ftattftnbcn. Anfang
proas' 8 U6r. uo
Stfauftoiel mit ?tfang. in Silten, toitb jnr 5lupvnmo
(emmett ?cnrb; IS. Vorrritfl,
? ' . ' . Sefrct?r.
March 6 wm2*
AT PRIVATE SALE.-A GOOD SCHOON?
ER, 24 toms burdon, 26 cords wood capacity. She
1 is In good order md ready for immediate usc.
Apply to MILLIGAN & SON,
March 6 wfm Auctioneers, No. 22 Vendue Ran^c.
MULES FOR SALE AT TEJE MILLS
House Stables. AR who wish to buy, I will be
. pleased to have them call ' T. JOHNSON.
March 8 ? _3*fl
ASPLENDID RESIDENCE AND FARM,
situated within the corporate hurts of the town of
Aiken, S. 0.-The residence is large and commodious,
containing eleven rooms, all with fireplaces; piazzas are
. attached to the Mrs t and second stories, with all tho con?
veniences necessary to a complete residence. Tho
grounds are handsomely laid out with Evergreens, Roses,
Ac, and tho vegetable garden very ample. The outbuild?
ings, servants bouses, stables, ftc., are all in 'comp]off?
.order. The Farm consists ot about fifty acres of fine
Thia property, now the residene of Mrs. M. M.'
Schwartz, is offered for sale at a reasonable price, and on
accommodating terms, for the purpose of division among
thc heh? of tho .late Geo- Parrott. Tho entire furniture
bi the house and premises n ay be purchased with the
Address W. S. WALKER,
W. G. MOOD,
, February 22 Executors Estate Geo. Parrott
T7HJR SALE, TWENTY LARGE, FAT,
Jj 4 and 6-year old broke MULES; and THIRTY ?
and 4 year old. For sale at Mills House .Stable. Apply
itoB." W*. CARTON. . ? January 14,
T710R a ALE, A SCHOLARSHIP IN A PHIL A
Jj DELPHIA University of Medicine and Surgery,
tl his Scholarship entitles students to full instruction un?
til graduation in the MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, embrac?
ing Anatomy, Surgery, Physiology, Materia Medica,
Chemistry, Obstetrics, and Diseases of Women and Chil?
dren. Principles and Practice' bf Medicine and Patholo?
gy. As this is one of the first Medical Universities of
the country, a favorable opportunity ia offered those
studying medicine for a scholarship. Apply at thia
Oltlco. December 16
T OST,A BLACK NEWFOUNDLAND DOG.
I J A reward will be paid for his return to No. 29
CHARLOTTE STREET. . . .2* . March ll
iCWUND, A LADY'S BROOCH, WHICH THE
JD owner, by .proving property and paying for adver?
tisement, can obtain by calling at No. ll HAYNE
STREET. 2 MarchO
SUBS!MTIAL SHOES !
FIFTY CASES SUBSTANTIAL
SHOES-the prices are low-they
are offered at BETAIL;
No. 137 MEETING STREET,
! Marah 0 . .'L. .\3 UP STAIRS.
DRY QOODS, ETC.
E A FEW DAYS, .
With an entire New Stock
OF THE LATEST IMPORTATION.
.J. E. READ ? CO.
No. 263 King street,
March* . OPPOSITE BASEL.
NO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and
Domestic Dry Goods,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF MERCHANTS TO
their Stock, which is entirely new, carefully selected,
and will be sold at a small advance on first cost for cash
or short time approved paper.
E. W. MARSHALL
W. T. BURGE.
O. A BOWEN.
THE UN* ^RSIGNED BEGS TO CALL THE ATTEN?
TION of t.- .omer patrons of Messrs. W. T. BURGE &
CO. to our stock, which is LARGE AND ATTRACTIVE,
entirely new; purchased during the recent depression in
Northern Markets. Orders promptly executed.
Marchi_2moB _W.T. BURGE._
CASSIMERES AND TWEEDS
IN LARGE VARIETY,
JUST RECEIVED AT
JAMES B. BETSS',
NO. 252 -KING STREET.
March 6 . G
BEST SIX-CORD CABLED
JOHN & HUGH AUCHINCLOSS,
SOLE AGENTS IN NEW YORK.
March 6 wfm20
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED AS PART?
NERS, and propose to practice in the STATE
30URTS OF LAW AND EQUITY for the Districts o?
Barnwell, Beaufort and Colle ton, under the name and
ityle of "DAVANT."
Office, for the present, ot GILLISONVILLE, Soulh
karolina. R. J. DAVANT.
November 23 fm J. C. DAVANT.
OFFICE OF TNSpr cTOR OF FLOUR AND MEAL.
Tue undersigned has removed bis offlco to No. 8
GILLON STREET, back of Messrs. Adgors' Hardware
Store, and next east of Messrs. KLUK & Gibbon, near tho
Old Postoffico. EDWARD C. THARIN,
March ll_ Director of Flour aud MeaL
REMOVA?7~ ~ r"^~
JH. HAPPOLDT HAS REMOVED HTS GUN ES
. ; teblioumenttc No. 119 MEETING STREET' (near
Market), whore ho will continue to manufacture and im?
port to order, Doublo Gune, Rifles an.l Pistols. Repair?
ing and re-stocldng executed in his usual style. A supply
of Guns, &c, always on hand.
March 5. ' imo*
WILL BE RECEIVED ON OR BEFORE THE 13TH
March, TO REPAIR AND PAINT THE ROOF OF
THE UPPER MARKET.
March 9 _ Chief Clerk.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies for the year 1867," is published for ino information
of persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents of this oity. All such persons are hereby
notified to report at this office.
"Three dollars on every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by persons not residents, by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8_ Clerk of ConnciL
DETECTIVE OFFICE, MARCH 7, 1867.
Parties having lost Overcoats, Hats, Ladies' Cloaks,\
Chemise hnd Shirts, will pWso call at this Office and
identify tho same as early as possible.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
March 8 4 1st Lient and Chief of Detectives.
ELECTION OF A CITY CIVIL ENGINEER.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
FEBBOART 28,1867. )
rt CITY COUNCIL WILL PROCEED AT ITS NEXT
Regulin' Meeting, to bo held on tho 11th of March
next, to an election for a CITY CIVIL ENGINEER, un?
der tho following Ordinance, which is published for in?
formation. Applicants will please name their sureties.
Bond required is for $5000.
Letters received up to 12 o'clock M., on the above men?
tioned day. W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
TO ESTABLISH AND REGULATE THE OFFICE OF
CITY CIVIL ENGINEER
SEC. 1. Be it ordained by tlie Mayor and Aldermen oj
Charleston, in City Council assembled, and it is hereby or
dained by Ute authority of the same. That an office shall
be created to be called the Office of, City Civil Engineer,
and the election of an Officer who shall be skilled in Civil
Engineering, Surveying, Architecture and Building, to
fill the same, shaR be held for the first time at the first
meeting nf Council after the ratification of this Ordi?
nance, und tho expiration of the usual notice, thereafter,
at tho regular time of electing City officers by Council.
Said Officer so elected shall hold his office for four years,
and until his successor is elected and qualified, and shall
have such power, and perform such duties as are herein
prescribed, oros maybe hereafter prescribed, not incom?
patible with the nature of his office.
SEO. 2. The said City Engineer may, upon assuming
the duties of his office, or at any timo during his
term of office, with tho consent of the Mayor, appoint an
Assistant Civil Engineer, to bo approved by tho City
Council, who shall oct under his directions and be re?
movable at his pleasure.
SEC. 3. Said Civil Engineer, before acting as such,
; shall give bond and surety, to be approved by Council,
in the penal sum of rive thousand dollars, conditioned
for the fbi th?i? perform ance of the duties of his office;
. and that ho is not and will not, whilst in office, bo direct
; ly c r indirectly concerned or interested in any city con?
I SEO. 4. Said Civil Engineer shall provide a Skeleton
. Map of the City, on such a scale as will admit full details,
: and upon which he shall locate all IL formation which may
.from time to time be obtained by him, or received into
his office, and shall as early oe practicable pr?vido a com?
pleto Topographical Map of the City, showing such en
. virons OH the probable growth of the City may hereafter,
include. This Map to be on such a scale os to show the
j width of streets aud sidewalk^ the levels of all corners of
blocks wi Ul reference to mean low tide, tho directions of
proper drainage, and tho true mode and moans of such
drainage-both superficial and ?nb terr anean. AB lines
of tho City Boundary and of streets, aud levels of Btreots
|aud drains, whenever ascertained, shall be marked upon
: the ground by permanent memorials, and also be located
?on the Map and duly recorded. He shall prepare
|and lay before City - Council pions and specifications of
all improvements which may bo in contemplation,
together with an estimate of tho expenses ot the same.
And oU applications for' improvements made to the City
Council shaU be referred to said Engineer, who shall re?
port thereon. Ho shall receive proposals to do all ft o
?public work; and with the aid and concurrence of the
.Committee an Contracts, sholl decide upon the samo and
make contracto therefor, subject to tho appro val. of tho
City Connel 1. He or his assistant shall superintend all
the public works ordered by the City Council, and super?
intend the opening and closing up of tho public
drains to admit private drains, or for other purposes.
Re shall inspect all materials used, or to boused m the
construction or repairing of nil pubho works of the city,
and shall reject oh such os in his opinion may be unsafe
or defective; and all the public works to be done by tho
city shall be done under completely advised and matur?
ed plana and specifications, prepared by the Engineer,
with the concurrence of the Committee on Contracts, and
tobo approved by the City Council, and shall bc carried
out under Hie superintendence ol the Engineer and his as?
sistant; and all contracts shad be so made that the City
Engineer shall direct the work; and whenever; in his
opinion, the said work is not progressing in a manner
agreeable to the terms of tho contract, ho shall call it to
the notice of the Committee on Contracts, and, with their
consort shall have power to suspend the same, and have
any unfaithful work removed und rebuilt at tho expense
of the contractor, in accordance with the terms of the
cm tract Sureties in aU cases to bo furnished; and in
cases of failure of tho porty or par ti e s of the second part
to carry out the work und complete the contract, the
said ' Civil Engineer shall, with the approval of Council,
make now contracts to complete such work at the expense
' of thc sureties for any amount the said wprk may cost
over and abovo the"'amount nf original contract And
no payment of money shaU be made on any public work
until thc said Engineer shall certify in writing that such
work has been dono according to the requirements of
: SEC. 5. No contractor for city work or materials shall
receive any relief over and 'above his contract, unless
there should be some unforeseen cause for granting such
rojio'and Ojon th? application must be recommended
liy the City'Civil ErigTnber, and pass Council by a vote of
1 wo-thirds of the whole Board.
i SEO. 6. Said Civil Engineer shall perform all Survey?
ing, Engineering, Architecture, or work relating there?
to, as he may deem necessary, or as he may from time to
timo be directed in writing by tho Mayor or Council.
I SEC. 7. Bald Civil Engineer sholl lay down, and have in
charge, a standard measure of fifty feet which shad be
authority, and gAern in all cases of contested measure?
i SEC. 8. The Engineer, or his assistant, shall superin?
tend the opening and closing up of. all the public drains.
All persons, companies, or corporations, intending to
open any public drains', must give timely notico, so that
the Engineer can mako his arrangements; and all parties
so applying shall be required to pay a fee ol' one dollar for
each case. Any party opening a public drain without
giving said notice of his Intention so to do, shall be liable
to a fine of twenty dollars.
! SEO. 9. All pipes for gas pr water, or tracks for City
Railways, hereafter to be laid, shall bo laid in accordance
with the orders of said Engineer, so as to occupy that
portion of the street which he moy direct
! SEC. 10. Said City Engineer shall be famished with a
suitable office and instruments, either in the City Ball
or scone other convenient location, which shall ba kept
oir?n during tho usual business hours. He shall therein
bo provided with the necessary conveniences for record?
ing and keeping, and shaU th ero keep carefully, as dey
property, all' maps,' plats, prattles, drawings, estimates,
bocks, instruments, and other things appertaining to. |
bis office, and shaU keep therein, in convenient forms,
copies of all papers and communications :nadc by liiin
to any department or office of the city, truo copies of all
contract*' made through him, and also books of accounts,
showing all tranBactions relating to his office
SEO. ll. Tho Bald Civil Engineer and his assistant shall
perform all tho duties now required of the Surveyor of
the Upper and Lower Wards, and the office of City Sur?
veyor, now oxisting, ahull be abolished us soon os Bald
Engineer shall en tor upon tho duties ol his office.
: SEC. 12. The sdd Civil Engineer shall be entitled to
e Largo private parties the f?es which tl ie City Surveyors
are entitled to for the samo service under oxisting Ordi?
nances, and all private parties applying to thu Civil En?
gineer for official information, or for reference to official
plats, drawings, documents or- standard measure in his
office, sholl pay to said Engineer fees which shall be
established by City Coundl.
SEO. 13. Thc said Engineer shall receive, in addition
to his fees, a salary of two thousand dollars per annum,
payable-monthly. The Assistant to the Engineer shall
receive, in mil compensation for his services, for such
time as ho may be employed, a salary at tho rate - of one
thousand dollars per annum, payable monthly.
?.SEC. 14. That all Ordinances, and part of Ordinances,.
teOugnnnt to the provisions hereto contained, are hereby
RM tilled in cfo Council, this twenty-sixth day of Febru?
ary, in th e yc&r of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-savon. jr
[L.S.] P? CTOAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH,. Clerk of Connell. 10 % Marchi
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
March 1.1807. J
A LL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETADL
J\. INO spirituous liquors, within the dty limits, who
have not executed their bonds and taken out thc proper
cards to show that, they have license to sell, will be re?
ported as not complying with the law, alter Monday, 5th
Those who hove curds are hereby notified to have the
same placed in a conspicuous place in the window. All
failing to observe this notice will also bc reported, alter
the above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH,
March 2 Clerk of Council.
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF TILE CITY ASSESSOR. I
CITY HALL, March 1, 1867. )
"VTOT1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
Xi that tho Monthly Returns for the month of Febru?
ary past, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified
on the 28th day of December, 1800, must be made on or
before thc 16th instant D. C. GIBSON,
March 1 13 City Assessor.
OFFICE CHIEF FIRE DEPART MENT, I
? CHARLESTON, S. C., February 15,1867. J
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED BY THE
undersigned until the 15th of March, i.ir furnishing
SIXTEEN HUNDRED FEET OF THREE-INCH DOUDLE
EXTRA OAK TANNED LEATHER, DOUBLE COPPER
RIVETED FIRE HOSE, warranted to stand one hundred
and seventy-five pounds water pressure to the square
inch, in fifty toot sections, at so much per foot, and HO
much for brass butts per pair; batts to be New York
Also lor FO?R SE1TS OF BEST RUBBER SUCTIONS,
in one length each, of twenty-one feet, with swivel brass
butts, and brass baskets.. 18 inches long, to screw on end
of suctions, at HO much per foot; baskets and butts cxtru.
Sizes of suctions and number of threads to the inch tor
the butts wiU be furnished. M. H. NATHAN,
February 15 Imo Chief Fire Department.
OFFICE OF CHIEF OF DETECTIVES
FEBRUARY 7,1807.-Recovered and now at thia
office, - yards COTTON GOODS. Tho owner is re?
quested to come forward aud prove property.
J. C. CAMPBELL,
February 8 Lieut in Charge.
SAW MILLS, ETC.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS
WEST END BEAUFAIN-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
HAVING LARGELY INCREASED OUR MACHIN?
ERY, we are prepared to fill ordere for ell kinds
and sizes ol' LUMBER suitablo for domestic or foreign
markets, upon short notice, and at fair rates. SPECIAL
ATTENTION GIVEN TO CITY ORDERS. Our PLAN?
ING MILL is in operation, and work will bc furnished
to customers ot LOWEST PRICES.
PLANED, TONGUED AND GROOVED BOARDS
always on hand.
Wo keep a largo supply of PLASTERING LATHS,
which will bo sold at greatly reduced prices.
E. E. H0DarN8..,...,JA8. L, OWEN.H. C. HCDGINS.
February 27 wfmlmo
. .j . a . ' ;
THE LONDON AND LANCASHIRE
CAPITAL, (c-Cl,OOC,000) ONE MILLION STER?
. . LING.
CONTINUE TO ISSUE POLICIES FOB PIBE BISKS
in this City. .;
A. S. JOHNSTON, Agent.
43* Omeo at JOHNSTON, CBEWB St Co., No. 41HAYNE
STREET. / ."'. mwfl2 March ll
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $275,172 87 ALL PAID IN.
Haying been, appointed Agent of this'First Class
SOUTHERN COMPANY, I am now prepared to issue
Policies of Insurance ' AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE on
Houses, Stocks ol'Gooda, Furniture, Cotton, Vessels in
Port, Sic, kc, kc . ~ ? -
Policy holders in this'Company participate lathe pro?
fits. . A Dividend of forty-five per cent declared to Policy
holders for tho past twelvo months. .
?"Dividend Scrip taken in part payment of premiums.
J. li. HONOUR, Agent,
February 21 6 wfmlS No. 8 Broad street.
FIRE MRAIE ?MPM?,
LIVERPOOL AND LONBON.
CAPITAL..810,000,000 DY GOLD.
- APPLY TO ;
GIBBES & CO., Agents, -
NO. IO! ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
December 7 mwflyr
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL LEALES CT
CLOTHS, CASHMERES AM VESTINGS,
GENT6?? FURNISHING GOODS, _
No. 35 BI?OAT) STREET,
January 2S Cmos CHARLESTON, S. C.
-\TOW READY, AT FROM $18 TO $25 PER SDET, ALL
IN complete, and MADE AT HOME exclusively by
SOUTHERN HANDS IN THE CITY OE CHARLESTON,
S. CT. The undersigned bega leave to Inform his friends
that he is receiving about 300 snitB^nude from English
material, and imported direct by HENRY TRENCH ARD,
Esq., importer of British Woollens, No. 19 Exchange
street An early call is requested by :
WM. MATHTE8SEN, Agent,
No. 219 King street, between Market and Princess.
March 7 ' Imo
i' Tl '. !.5l)?K.d l-Ji l.'i'.'/l
Vxti ?>' .:t /-V-i-? . 1 rr
A. S. HULL, Ag't..
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BROAD STREET, NORTH
SIDE, BETWEEN MEETING AND CHURCH,
where he will be glad to see bis old friends and custom?
ers, and ha* in store a fill assortaient of CLOTHS,
COATING, CAS3LMERES and VESTLNG8 of, every va-,
rie ty, which he will make np to order at as low prices as
any simil ir establishment . :
ALSO, _ ! . _?v
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS
FOR GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. *
M. JNO. T. -FLYNN (formerly of CD. Carr k Co.),
wUl superintend the Tailoring Department as muai, and
will give Ms especial attention to Cutting Garments, and
Making aad Trimming. v- !
Jannaiy 17_ . .. ' 3m os
. SAILORS' OUTFITTING DEPOT.
PARSER ic CrTTT.D, No. 108 Eaai Bay.
December 2i . ._3mo
"PARKER & CHILD,
Clothing and Furnishing Goods,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
No. 103 KA ST BAT: STREET,
December 21 . 3mo ' .Under, theAmerioc Hotel
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS.. 55, 57, 5
sud Ol, Hudson Btreet, near Duane, New York..
. W.. H. WBTIFOBJ).: .
. J. B..VAN WAGENEN.
December 10 (imo ?-" AV T. HAMILTON.'
IF YOU HAVE CHILLS AND FEVER, USE DR. 0.
G. GARRISON'S FEVER AND AGUE CURE. It
is a perfectly saie and reliable remedy, a sure cure.
Price $1 per bottle. .
For solo, wholesalo and retail, at my store, No. 211
South Eighth street, Philadelphia, and by
DGWIE & MOISE,
80UTHERN DRUG HOUSE,
' No. 151 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel..
March? ! . ?_ . ? mthsO
STEAM GAS FITTER AND PLUMBER,
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED TO. No. 116 KING STREET,
August 31 Between Broad and ?neni? streets.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, ? \
January 3,1867. j"
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
for delivery from thia Onice.. S. THOMAS,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
City Council assembled, That from!and after the first day
of January, licenses shall he taken out for all carts, drays
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the same manner,'and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let or
driven ;for hire, except giving bonds, And each such
cart, dray or wagon, shall be prended with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on the outside of the shaft
SEC. 2. No person shall-, be taken by tho Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinanco concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less he or she be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The following shall hereafter be the rates for
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, ic,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which shall
he free from other taxation :
I'DBLIC CARTS, SEATS, KTO., OB THOSE EMPLOYED IN ANT
IIOSD?ESS WHATEVER, FOB HIRE DIRECT OB ISDIBECT.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse or
For every cart dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, $40.
For every stage or omnibus (except Uno omnibus),
with two horses, $50.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus),
drawn by four horses, $60.
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more horses
or mules, s CO.
DBEAD CARTS AND PRIVATE CARTS, DBATS, ETC.
For every broad cart or wagon, S5.
For over/ cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed in the trans?
porting of goods, wares, mcrchandiso, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license the sum of
$5, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this 16th day of January,
f L. s.] in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
t ed and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
3y the Mayor.
Januar; 3_W._H._SMTTH, Clerk of Council
J>. A. WALKER & C0~
MEETING STREET, CORNER H0RLBECE7S
ALLEY, AND FOOT OP HAYNE STREET.
MONUMENTS, TJMBS, HEAD STONES, ETC., AL?
WAYS on hand and made to order.
Plans furnished for Monuments.
D. A WALKER.A F. CHEVREUX.
February 25 _'" mwlO
BOYLAN & TITERS,
MANUFACTUBERS OF, AND WHOLESALE DEAL
EBS in, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINTS, COLORS,
VARNISHES, kc No. 98 MAIDEN LANE,
Ordere by mail promptly attended to.
March 21 wftnlyr
GROCERY ANO MISCELLANEOUS.
/ SEED BICE.
^00:BU8T?ELS VEBY 8?PEBIOB SEED BICE,'; |p
40,000 BED, BBOWN AND OBEY CAROLINA BRICK.
For sale by SHACKELFOBD & FRASER, ? ?- -
March ll<?M*t3~ . Boyce's Wharf,
CABBAGES ! GABJEtA^ES ! CAB
?'' RAGES ? ~ "
1 K Ci fifi MI17ADELPHIA CABBAGES,
A??VUv-landing irnrnvschooncr"E. W. B.
Wales,''-; landing at ( Patfers?B?? Wharfs foot of ' Hasel
street. Will bo sold cheap by .>? - ' A. LANGER.
March ll _ . .._1?
HAY, CORN, PEAS, OATS,
if SHORTS, BRAB?, Sic.
LANDING AND FOB SALE AT LOWEST MARKET
prices. . B. ARNOLD & CO.,: y?
No. 219 Meeting, corner John .street
March ll " ;. v -r_ mw2*
COAL! COAL! COAL !
QfA TONS OF THE BEST BED ASH COAL FOB
Ot)\J parlor use... Also, fifty tons ol' Nut Coal, for
cooking ranges. Now landing from tho schooner S.
Costner. Apply to *
C. W. SETGNIOUS, Coal Yard, .
East Bay, ono door above Hasel street
Marchli. . . ... <&. ?: 2
CORN t CORN ! AFLOAT.
8000BbuTiPLS8TCTL? PBDME YELLOW, IN ^
2000 bushels strictly prime White, in bags.
Now landing at Fraser's Wharf,
. For sale by L^AAC F* HEBTE & Co.,
. No. 201 East Bay, corner C timberland street
Marchli ' ".' ' ' . : 2
WHISKEY ! WHISKEY !
/?rrv 8 BL8 HIGH PROOF BOURBON WHISKEY
0\J HUitablelor the trade
6 demijohns Superior Old Whiskey
6 bbls Old Bye Whiskey ? -
15' cases Blackberry Brandy.
15 cases genuine "Ot&rd, Dupuy ft CO.'B" French
?. Brandy. ..
For sale low by . ISAAC E. HERTZ ?CO., .
No. 201 East Bay, corner of Cumberland street
March 9 . .2"
Henry Cobia & Co.
No. 26 YENDUE RANGE,
OFFER FOB SALE THE FOLLOWING GOODE: -
A AHHDS RIB AND 0; R- SIDES
*X\J 15 hhds Prime Shoulders
60 packages Lard
100 barrels FLOUR:
30 tierces ) MXMono
60 b?rrela f Molasses
* 25 barrels Sugar House Syrup.
200 boxes 1 ADAMANTINE
100 half-boxesJ CANDLES
150 boxes English Dairy .Cheese
250 barrels Whiskey
2000 sacks Liverpool Salt
Marchi . ftnw5
?T rv TIERCES DUFFIELD'S CELEBRATED ?UGAB
t)U CURED HAMS, small sizes, just received and for
sal?by HENTBY COBLA 100.
j March i ? . :::-ffftn3 ^.
fTTHE SUBSCRIBER BESPEOTFULLY NOTIFIES/
X his friends and .tho public: generally; .that he has I
just opened a FRESH STOCK OF GR0CERFEB, WINES
and LIQUORS, which he offers at very low prices, and
solicits a share of their, former patronage; .V <v,
AB goods sold are warranted .as represented, and wiE
be delivered free in any part of tho city. """ -
JOSEPH H. OPPENHEIM, Agent
No. 132 King, corner Hudson fstrcot
j March 8 frnwO ." Opposite Citadel Sqnare.^'
j" " " COAL! COAL ! Sill?
A A fi T0NS & -A-EGG^COAIi, FOB GRATES
tt*?\J 130 tons R. A. Nut Coal, for Stores and Banges,
now Randing from schooners Sydney Price and Fanny K.
Shaw, and for salo low while diacharging. " r~? - : '
FR. LAMPE, .
. March 9 4 .... Coal Yard No..1Hl Marget, street
- RAW TAR. - : ? I
\A A BBLS. VERY ' FINE ARTICLE B?W':TAB--1?>
4rV/ good order for shipment .. T,
Also a good selection of OAK ?nd PINEWOOD, fer
sale low. ' ' " STEIN MEYER '? SON, ~
! Marcha, i.: . 2 ~Foot BfsnfainBtreet
OA A BALES. P RIME N O RTE RIVEE HAY, LAND -
UavfVf' ING-irom' schooner "Charlotto Fish," on
Brown's Wharf and far sale by.. ;:';*. vc;
Marchfl_2_. JNO. CAMPBEN k CO.,-v..
PRIME BULLING CORN IN BULlt
... .: AFLOAT, r:*.?
1A A A BUSHELS PRIME WHITE MILLING CORN \
I UUU in butt, per schooner .?Addle M. Bird," on
Union Wharf. . " 'S ??.-l'r"- '"'
For sale by r - JNOrCAMPSEN 4' CO.;
March 9 3 , No.14 .Market opposite Btsja street.
i A HHDS. PRIME SIDES AND SHOULDERS
iAJ 50 bbls. Extra Baltimore Flour
l 20 bbb. Prime Florida-Molasses..'
Justreceh 1 and for Bale by
T. TUPPER ?SONS,
March 8_3 ?. - . Brown's Wharf. \
~ ?LYERPOOL; COARSE SALT?
ri EXTRA SIZED, PATENT SEAMLESS, DOUBLE- .
TWILLED and Bleached Sacks/and in ?ne order.
? For sate by . ~!"-0. B. HUBERT,
March 8_3 ?'- Ko. 139 East Ri/. .
N]W C??P M?I^ES^ i ^>
BARRELS VERY CHOICE NEW CROP MO
00 LASSES, weR am ted to city trade. ...
Just rcccivodj ind for sale by
-El SI ET & CREIGHTON,
Corner Bast Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
Marchs ._... ?_
SUGAIt AND MOLASSES.
QA BHDS. GOOD GROCERY SUGARS '
0\J 17 hhds Snperiox Grocery Sugars
J JO tierces Fair Grocery Sugars ' ; ' *,. .
. . -50 hhds. Choice New Crop Clayed-MobtSBOB
" .- 10 hhds. Choice New Crop Mu-?covado Molasses '.
77 tierces (moioo New Crop Muscovado Molasses
50 bbls. Choice New Crop Muscovado Molasses.
Saw landing er. schooner "Mary White" from. Card?.
nas, and for sala lo w injots to suit by .. ? .
. - RISLEY k CREIGHTON, ...
. Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf
March g ,.. ..... ... ? . .:. .., - -. - ? .;
1 PA BAG8 PRIME NEW CROP ?IO COFFEE.
Xt>V For sale by MORDECAI k Cu.
Maron7^ ?- - ?. . - j.
1 AA BAGS PRIME LAGUATRA COFFEE FOR.
1UU ?toby . /. MOBA?RCAI^CQ,;
WM. S. CORWIN & GO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS LN ,
AND EkLPORTERS ?F
HE wis, mm Mim
MB. EVERT ;? BEDFORD, THE MANAGER ?F'
THE ABOYE ESTABLISHMENT," returns many
thanks to. the. cuatcmsrs and patrons for their liberal J
patronage and appreciation of the quality of' goods pur?
chased,by tnem during the past year.* It has boen, and
always will lie our aim, to PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS, -
and as we offer for eale tho first quahty of all kinda of
GROCERIES, WINES," TEAS, etc., we flatter ourselves
that with. our facilities, can give general- satisfaction
toan. . . ....
WM. SIMONS, Esq., having been engaged to assist in
the management, would be pleased to see his friends at
No. 259, assuring them that all goods, purchased are
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED. '
THAT WE SELL APE IMPORTED DIRECT BYW. S.
CORWIN k CO., and pass through no other hands, en?
abling us not only to WARRANT THEM AS PURE AND
UNADULTERATED, but to sell at tho following prices :
FINEST YOUNG HYSON..."$2 00
FINE YOUNG HYSON................... ,1 60tol 75
FINEST GUNPOWDER. :C. ?.. 2 25
CHOICEST ENGLISH BREAKFAST,.'2 25
ENGLISH BREAKFAST..1 50
CHOICEST OOLONG.2 00
CHOICE OOLONG.:.1 50
We keep, also, a supply of cheaper grades-a good
quahty of GREEN AND BLACK TEA, MIXED, at 51 50
per pound. . .
Just received, anew supply of OLD JAVA COFFEE.
45c; PARCHED, 50c.; GROUND, C2c; OLD BIO, 35c
The PARCHED COFFEE we represent to be of tho
FIRST QUALITY, parched by us with great care- A trial
of these Coffees, Green, Parched and Ground, wai con?
vince the consumer on that point
GENUINE MOCHA AND LAGUAYBA.
The FILLING OF OBDEBS personally attended to by
one of the Managers. Goods delivered to all parts of the
city FBEE OF CHARGE. _
A supply of GOSHEN DAIRY BUTTER will arrive on
Tuesday. 3mo February 4
WILLIS & 0HIS0LM,
TT7TLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE SALE AND
VV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
COTTON. BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
E. WILLIS.....A. B. OH1SOLM
October 25 _. ?
JOHN IZAR? MIDDLETON,
SHIPPM AND COMMISSION MOIST,
NO. 7 SOUTH STREET,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO SALE OF COTTON,
Bice and Southern Produre, and Purchase of Grata
Guano and Plantation supplies. Liberal advances made
on consignments. _ ...
REFERENCES-Messrs. Lambert G'ttinga ? Co~ Jjam
moro; Porcher & Henry. Charleston; Cohen, Hanckel*?
Co., Charleston; J. D. Aiken k Co., Charleston; Gour?
din, Matthlessen k Co., Savannah; Duvant k Waplee, sa?
vannah; Stovall & Edmoneton, Augusta; Fisher k Low
ranco, Columbia, S. C.; Mayes k Martin, Newberry, S.
C. ; James Pagan, Esq., Chester, S. C.
February 25 mth3mq