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TUESDAY MOBNLNG, APBUi 2, 18C7.
Wo aro continually receiving communications on
political and other matters from persons who do
not attach thoir proper names to the articles senf ;
nnO. wo take this occasion or repoating that nothing
can 1)0 published in THE DAUA- NEWS without
being indorsed by some responsible individual.
For restoring strength and appetite, uso tho great
Southern Tonic, PASKSJG?'S HEPATIC BITTE ns and you
will not bo disappointed. For sale by all druggists. tu
DB. FRANCIS L. PAUKER has been appointed
phvsicinn to the Charleston Jail by his Excellency
CORNELIUS BEGXY. a telegraphic messenger of I
tender ycr.rs, in an encounter yesterday with ono
of his compeers, sustained a facial injury, not
likely, however, to be attendod with serious conse?
THE MEDICAL SOCIETY or SOOTH CAROLINA is re?
newing its youth. If wo are correctly informed a
now feature has boen added to the "Order ol' Busi?
ness" at the regular monthly meetings of this
venerable eocioty, whioh is calculated to attract a j
large attendance to its learned discussions.
THE CHARLESTON BO ABD OF TRADE to-day cele?
brates its first anniversary, and from tho indica- j
tiors wo have been seeing in progress for
?overol days at the northeast corner of Hayne and J
Meeting streets, wo have no hesitation in announc?
ing that tho dinner to-night in tho largo dining
hall of tho Charleston Hotel will bo one of the
.finest, if not the very most splendid banquet ever
given in this city.
THE "KINO MANSION," corner Meeting and
George streets, long tho residence of our late es?
teemed fellow-citizon, Judge MITCHELL KINO, is
now undergoing thorough repair, and is, w? und..
stand, shortly to bo opened as a first-class private
boarding houso. Its central situation and adapta?
bility for such a purposo will no doubt commend
tho house to those who may be seeking cool and
pleasant apartments for the summer.
G HEAT REDUCTION.-The line of steamers be?
tween this city and New Tork, for which Mossrs.
RAVENEL & Co. are tho agonts, have reduced their
rates of cabin passage to $10. This line consists
of tho Saragossa, Quaker City and Granada, and
tho low price now charged for a passage will in?
duce many to take a northern voyage, especially
when it is remembered that excursion trips are
boing formed in Now York to visit the Paris Expo?
THE FINE ARTS TN HAYNE STREET.-We have had
occasion frequently, within the past year, to call
attention to various improvements in course of
progress in Haync street; but reconstruction here?
after is to assume a more rapid paee. The empty
lots are to bo adorned with large cr 1 handsome
atoros, and tho old stands tobo rene and beau?
tified. So at least we judgo, from the fact of an
architect having come into our midst, and opened
an office in the very heart of Hayne street. Mr.
T. H. AEBAHAMB is the artist, and his shingle may
be seen at tho auction store of Messrs. A. H.
ABRAHAMS & SONS.
UNION PHAYEB MEET?NQ.-These meetings, un?
der tho auspices of the~Young Men's Christian As?
sociation, thc first of which was held last Tuesday
ovoning, will be continued every Tveek for tho pre?
sent. Quito a large number of persons assembled
last Tuesday evening, ta Trinity Church, and unit?
ed their supplications to the Throne of Grace for a
. blessing upon our country. These meetings will,
we trust, result in lasting good to our commivaity,
and wo would urge all who can to attend them.
Thsy aro held in Trinity Church, Hasel street, ex?
orcises to commence at S o'clock.
HARDWARE! HABDWABEI-Mr. SAMUEL E. MAR?
SHALL, N_. 810 King street, near Society, has just
received cn addition to his large stock of hard?
ware. He has every article needed by the farmer
or mechanic, besides many that are indispenaible
to housekeepers. His establishment is in the
promenade of the city, and is easy of access to all.
Besides the goods mentioned, Mr. M. has a full
line of English hardware, imported by himself,
mcluoUngguhB, cutlery, ix. There are few hard?
ware stores that offer similar attractions, and as
Mr. MARSHALL'S terms are easy, we would record
mend our readers to pay bim a visit.
CORE FOR' CONSUMPTION.-This great remedy bas
at length been discovered, and is offered to the
publio by the proprietor, Dr. CATJLTEB, at the cor?
ner of Society and Meeting streets. It is known
in pharmacy as BOBRIGUES' Pnlmonic Elixer Spe?
cific, and is warranted to cure consumption and
all pulmonary diseases. It is a perfectly safe com?
pound, possessing neither narcotic or emetic pro?
perties, but is intended to invigorate the lungs
and restore the health. Dr. CATJLTEB bas bad a
large experience in the druq; trade, and wb.itever
he offerd to the publio is of the best quality. The
price of this Spocifio is only $1.25 por bottle.
"THE SCIENCE or LOVE in Courtship and Mar?
riage, showing the true princioies upon whioh per?
sons may select congenial companions, remedy the
evils of injudicious marriages, improve offspring,
and elevate humanity; with accidental bints how
to become rich and be happy at home, by Prof. H.
Alter giving the above lengthy title, it is only
necessary to state that the book is to be had of Mr,
M. M. QUINN, King street, opposite Ann, to induce
all our young friends of both persuasions, to forth?
with proceed to tho Up-Town News Depot, and
take tho first lesson in the science of love.
MAYOR'S COURT, April 1.-William Jo, a colored
connoisseur in fowl flesh, who helped himself to
six fat pullets from a gentleman's hen-house, but
left an emaciated rooster behind to take care of |
the premises, was imprisoned one week.
An individual who was drunk and sloshing about
among the freedmen in a most scientific; stylo, hit?
ting one on the smeller, another on tho knowledge
box, and a third on the peeper, was fined $10 for
his pugilistic exhibition.
A man who had indulged rather too much in
pumpkin juice, and who bad undertaken to dance
u j ig in a tray of crabs, much to the disgust of the
vender and the injury of the crustacea, settled his
oaso out of Court.
A person who got so Inch as to insult a freed?
man's wife, and then knocked down the husband
because be interfered in bar behalf, had his pocket
relieved of $10.
John Cole, Abraham Gourdin, and Henry
Mlshaw, three young colored monsters who had
been guilty of the enormous offence of stealing
the morning papers from the premises of subscri?
bers who pay, for the purpose of selling them for
their own benefit, wcro ordered to be imprisoned
ono week eacb/Rnd instructed to apply as muon of
their time as*they could spare from their meals to
deep reflation on the heinousness of their offence.
AryajuiTidual, who had just arrived in the city,
-A?was walkin ? around, got giddy from the effort
and fell on the sidewalk, from whence he was taken
before his Honor, who fined him $5 for what be
Some womon who had been endeavoring to per- J
form the bottle trick but failed, and then went to
biting and scratching whioh didn't fail, were sent to
A sailor, who bad kindly lightened the pocket of I
a chum, by drawing bis trousers from under his
head while he was asleep, was introduced to a
warrant with which he retired.
Two colored mon, who got "intopsicated" and I
couldn't walk Straight in tho street, were fined $2
REGULAR CIRCUIT COURT, COTTED STATES.-The !
District Judge, GEORGE S. BRYAH, presiding, in the
absence of the Circuit Judgo.
The United States Marshall returned the venires,
and a sufficient number of Jurors not answering to j
their namos, a venire was issued for tales Jurors.
The Grand Jury were dismissed until April 15th,
to give D. T. CORBIN, Esq., the newly appointed |
District Attorney, timo to prepare business for ?
The Petit and Pleas Jurors were ordered to at?
tend this day, when tho Issue Docket will be
The os se of the United State? zs. W. H. PHIL- |
LEM, of Pickens District, tor violation of the Inter?
nal Revenue Laws, waa called, and, on motion of I
Messrs. PORTER & CONNER, counsel for the do- [
fendant, it was ordered that tho case be trans?
ferred to the District Court, to be held at Green?
ville in August next, and that all the papers and j
recognizances he certified ia that Court,_
The petition of JOHN J. MCLURE, E. J. PORTER,
and CHAS. S. BRICE for admission to practice in the
' United States Courts for South Carolina was road
by C. H. STMONTON, Esq., and, on his motion, the
petitioners were admitted and commissioned..
' We understand that there is a quantity of busi
noss for tho consideration ot thc Oircnit Court.
The Issue Dockot is Iorgo" and thero are several
cases involving very largo amounts on tho Chance?
ry Docket, among v.hioh aro the cases against tho
local banks and their stockholders by thc billhold
ers. The case va. tho Charleston Gas Company
calling for tho annuUing of BCrip which had been
confiscated by the Coufederato Government, aud
also tho caso of tho Bogors Manufacturing Compa?
ny vs. tho Charleston aud Savannah Railroad, claim
i'lg tho enforcement of a lion on engines furnished
by the company. There are also a number of cases
of minor importanco aud many appeals from the
District Judge in admiralty cases, which will havo
to stand over, as they only can bo heard by the
ATT&CK ON THE STREET CABS.-Sirco the disturb?
ance of last Tuesday tho colored element of our
population has been remarkably orderly, and thc
raid on tho cars yesterday afternoon took many by
sarprise. The locale was the same seleoted
on the former occasion, the corner of Calhoun and
Meeting streets, and the warfare was commenced
at 5 V. M. by two colored men, Daniel Melania and
S;dney Eckhard, entering the car or conductor
RIVES at that point. A largo crowd had gathored
to witness the feat, but tho polico were on tho
look-out, and Sergeant WADE, who was on the
spot, arrested the two mon, but made thom stay
in the car until it had reached the Guard House,
where the prisoners wero turned ovor to Lieuten?
ant CAMPBELL, officer of tho day. The news cf
the occurrence spread like wild fire, and tho cor?
ners of Meeting and Broad streets were soon occu?
pied by an excited crowd of darkeys, who testified
in various ways their sympathy with tho two oap
tivos. Throe who wore particularly noisy were ar?
rested, and Colonel WILLIAMS being notified of thc
row by Lieutenant CAMPBELL, ho promptly sent a
file of soldiers from the Citadel, who took the fivo
men iD custody. They were escorted to the Cita?
del by a large number of both Boxes, but a corpo?
ral's guard, with fixed bayonets, soon cleared the
Green of tho rabble.
Later In the evening, demonstrations were re?
sumed and the cars of Ct nductora FABEB and Rou
MTT.T.AT, were brickbatted, breaking three windows
in one car and five in the second, and striking a
lady passenger on the head. A small colorod boy
named Andrew Brown vas arrested, andtakou to the
Guard Hr <se. He said that he had been hirod to
stone the -s by a negro man, but could not tell
his name. His pockets were filled with brick?
bats, and he was evidently obeying his instruc?
tions to their full extout. The prisoners have noon
turned over to Lieutenant JOHNSON, the Provost
Marshal. und they will be tried, before him this
morning for their riotous conduct.
It is evidont from the investigations made, that
this attempt was a preconcerted scheme on tho
part of the negroes, to force their way into tho
oars, and that they were Instigated to -""this act by
the advice of a few worthless characters, white
and black, who have been foisted upon our com?
munity by the circumstances of the times.
Tho case will ba tried by. the military, and, from
what we have seen, it is safe to say that it will
meet with an impartial hearing. As we aro at pre?
sent under military law, our rulers should show
the turbulent class that, they must respect the
laws, and not exorcise their freedom in jeopardiz?
ing the Ufe of our citizens; for at several different
times lately tho track has been found obstructed
by stones, and if the brickbat warfare Bhould con?
tinue, it will not be safe for ladies tc ride in tho
cars. The riot was disgraceful in the extreme,
and if the ringleaders who wisely kept out of sight
could be caught, they should be severely dealt
"We are pleased to note the promptness with
which Col. WTT.T.TAMB noted, and feel confident that
tho military and the police eau effectually crush
out any demonstration that may be made by row?
Passing away 1 passing away 1
Eaob Tooth Wash of a former day.
SOZODONT gives the coup de grace,
Good-bye'to the humbugs I let them pass ;
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES clear and give
strength to the voice of Singers, and axe indispen?
sable to Public Speakers.
"I recommend their uso to Public Speakers."
Rsv. E. H. CHAFES.
"They have suited my case exactly, reheving my
throat, and clearing the voice so that I could sing
with ease." T. DUCHARME,
Chorister Frenoh Pa-, ?sh Church, Montreal.
Sold by all Dealers in Medicines.
1,000,000 fellow beings annually sacrificed on the
altar of ignorance ; three million daily, hourly,
momentarily, suffering from diseased Lungs, who,
by th? timely use of MABSPES'B PEOTOBAI. BALM,
would enjoy perfect health. For sale by all drug?
DO WIE & MOISE, Agenta.
GOODRICH, WISEMAN & CO., Agents.
THOSE who overtax the voice in singing or pub?
lic speaking will rind "BROWN'S Bronchial Trochee"
exceedingly useful, enabling them to endure moro
than ordinary exertion with comparative ease,
while they render articulation clear. For Throat
Diseases and Coughs the Troches aro of service.
WE SntcEEKLx BELIEVE that the mother who neglects
to provide Mrs. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP for her
suffering child, is depriving the little Bufferer of the
remedy of all the world best calculated to give it rest and
restore it to health. There is not a mota er who has ever
used it, but what will tell you at once that lt will regu?
late the bowels, and give rest and health to the child,
snd is perfectly saf? In all cases.
Be sure and call for
"MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,"
Having the Jae simile of "OUBTIS & PEHETHB" on the
outside wrapper. All others are base imitations.
For sale by SOWIE tc MOISE, No. 161 Meeting street,
opposite the Charleston Hotel.
March SO stutts
Ws WOULD call the attention of purchasers to
the advertisement of Mr. J. N. ROBSON, Agent for
DUPONT'S Powdar. Ho has a large and complete
stock, which will always be kept up, and which he
wul . daily dy?va? to .any part of the city. Tho
Messrs. DUPONT commenced the manufacture of !
powder in 1801, and aa vs k-ept their powder up to
the standard, and an exp?rience of thirty years
with their former Agents here have always given
complete satisfaction. Their establishment ia one
af the largest in the United States, capable - ut turn?
ing out one thousand kegs daily, with a capital o
over , two million dollars invested, thus giving a
guarantee that purchasers can depend oin what
they get. Mr. ROBSON is prepared to sell at lowest
market rates",~and, indeed, as low as it can be or-'
dored from the factory in small iota.
.March 16 sfathlmo
BEOWB'?J BRONCHIAL TROCHES.-"Tour Troches
are too well and favorably known to need commen?
dation." ' Hon, CHAS. A. PHELPS,"
Pres. Mass. Senate.
"MY communication with the world has been
very much enlarged by the Lozenge which I now
carry always in my pocket; that trouble in my
throat (for which the Troches are a sp?cifie) hav?
ing made me often a mere whisperer."
N. P. WILLIS.
H. H. -
Ii you want cheap Blank Books;
BT you want cheap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If yon want Books bound in any style, or A ccoi .nt
Books made to ord sr, with any desired, pattern of
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIE, NO. 59 Broad street.
Alsation Sales This Day.
T. M. OAXXB win sell this day, on Brown's Wharf; at 1
tl ires-quarters past S o'clock sides and butter.
MILE? DHABI'will sen this day, at his store, corner of |
King and Liberty streets, at 10 o'clock, dry goods, cloth?
MCKAY & CAXPBXXA wul sell this day, at their cash
auction house, Ko. 55 Hasel street, opposite the Post
office, at 10 o'clock, assorted goods, to dose consign?
R. & A. P. CALDWELL win fell this day, before their j
store, at 10 o'clock, 46 tubs butter.
MXLLIOAB 4 So? wfil sen this day, at 10 o'clock, at
No. 33 Tendue Bange, wrapping paper, soaps, &c
JzrroBDs tc Co. win sell th's day, in trout of their '
store, No. 37 Vendue Bange, at 10 o'clock, shoulders,
hams, strips, Ac.
LiuaET St ATJCUXDKB wflt sell this day, ls Union
Wharf stores, at half-past IC o'clock, a lot of corn."
CLOTOBD tc MATHXWES will sell this day, at their office.
No. 56 Broad street, at ll o'clock, fornitura, tc.
3. A. EXSLOW & Co. will sen, this day, on Kerr's Wharf,r
at il o'clock, 160 bags genuine Peruvian guano. t "
JACOB OOHES & Co.- wul this day at the north of tho
flyV^ff?, at ll o'clock, vacant lota on Simons street.
" wm be sold this day by tho United States Quartormas- j
ter, at 10 o'clock, on Soothers Wharf, horses, mnieV**''
! will b^ sold? sndar the direction of JASI WVOBAXV ISSS
tor in Equity, at the old Custom House? at ll o'clock, lot
of land Wo. 100 Tradd street, with tte buddings ifcereon.
.HENBT COBIA. * Co- wm sell this day, in front of their
store, et 10 o'clock, hams, i~i, ted. .
j BETOS'A ??B'win sell thu day, at 10 o'clock, in frost
of their store, Ko. 78 last Bar, 35 boxs? cheeto.
TUE TIMK TO ADVERTISE IN THE
Tho Daily South Carolinian at Columb'a, is now sont
to overy Postoffleo in Ul? 8Uto. Being tho official papel
of the State, it Trill he lound st the present time capo- I
claliy valuable to merchants and others doairlDg to ?vail |
themselves of a very largo circulation.
Tnt PaatNix has a largo circulation throughout tho
middle and upper Districts of the State. Advertising
rates as reasonable as tho stringoncy of tho money mar
kot trill warrant Merchants and others wishing to use
tho columns of tho papor will address
JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor,
February 25 Columbia, S. C.
STRENGTHES THE DEFENCES I
When a garrison apprehends an attack from an outside
enemy, what does it do ? It BTRENGHTENB THE DEFEN?
CES. The human systom, st this period of the year, is
beleaguered bySjnorbid Influences. The atmosphere is
lull ol them. Every change of weather lays the feeblo
open to their attacks. What is to be done In order to
bafllo these unseen, but evor active foes ? STBENQTKEN
THE DEFENCES. Do you ask how? The answer ls sim?
ple-the means within the roach of all : Reinforce the
vital organs and tho nervous system wi h HOSTET
TER'S BITTERS. Tone the stomach, regulate the bow?
els, rouse thc sluggish liver, cheer the spirits, enrich
and purify the vital current, with HOSTETTER'S BIT- |
Tl'RS. Tha's tho way to STRENGTHEN THE DEFENCES,
and render tho cap'tol of health impregnable. If you
wish to escape bilious headache, inte mitt?nt fever, indi?
gestion, and nervous visitations-to enjoy, in all its
plentitudo, tho blessing of " a sound mind In a sound
body," uso this incomparable preventive and restora?
tive. It preserves health in the healthy, and renews lt ]
in the weak and ailing.
Free to Everybody.
A Large 0 pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It leaches how the homely may become beautiful, the
despised respected, and tho forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their
address, and rocoivo a copy post-paid, by return malL
Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
March SO lyr Tro/, N. T.
Know thy Destiny.
MATU ME ?. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psyohometrician, who has aston?
ished thc scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo
.cated hoiself at Hudson, X 7. Madame THOHNTON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight os to ena?
ble her to impar, knowledge of the greatest importance
to the single or married of either sex. While In a state
of tranco, she dolin oates the very features of the person
you are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wife
of the applicant, together with dato of marriage, position
in lifo, leading traits of character, &c This is no hum?
bug, os thousand of testimonials can assort She will
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture ls what it purports to bo. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and stating place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cents
and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will rc- |
ceive the picture and desired information by return mall
All communications sacredly confidential. Address, in
confidence. Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. O. Box 223,
Hudson, N. Y. ly March 30
EXCELSIOR 1 EXCELSIOR !
I?or Removing Superfluous Hair.
TO THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends itself sa being an almost ln
dlspensiblo article to female beauty, is easily applied,
does not burn or injure tho skin, but acta directly on the !
roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving tho
skin soft, smooth and natural. 'Ibis is the only article
used by tho French, and is tho only real effectual depila- I
tory in existence. Price 75 cents per package, sent post- j
paid to any address, on receipt of un order, by
BERGER, SHOTTS & 00-, Chemists,
March SO lyr No. 285 River st, Iroy, N. Y.
STRASBURGER & NUHN,
"' imonxEBS OF .
TOTS, CREVA, SLATES AND SLATE
STRASBURGER i: NUHN, FORCED BY THE RAPID I
increase of their business and their present inade?
quate accommodations, have made arrangements to re?
move fro.). No. 65 Maiden Lane to the extensive lofts of
No. 394 BROADWAY, near Canal street. New York, on
the 15th of March; offering there to buyers better In?
ducements than ever before. thstu3mos February 28
NEW YORK STEAM ?0.,
ENGINE IATH?8, PLANERS, , - . .
?.y cMPR? VED GAB WHEEL BOXES, 1
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE ?ND WABEBOOM, No. 2?2. PEARL ST.,
NEW VORK. ,: ?
PecemberTg . .. . - ; '. ' ' . , 6
BRI D G E S & L ? NE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS Irl '
RAILROAD AND CAR HIDINGS;
Machinery of Every Description . '
..* . ' ". A?60, "" ?;. ? :.j : ...>'?
TAFTS PATENT BOLLING LEVER SHEAS
AND PUNCHES. :
So. SO. Court!tlnd-st., corner of Greenwich, j
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, ' CHAIRS, SPIKES,
Bolte, Nuts, Washers. Car. Ship and Bridge Bolts,
tron Forgings of various kinds, tc, tc '.
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portabio Forges ana Jade Screws,
Cotton Duck for Car Covers, Bras* sag Sllv?rTxIia??t?gs,
Belting of all kinds, Baggage Checks, Sc., tn.'
Also, Agents for the manufacturers of CAR HEAD
.vLBm.il BRIDGES......JCELC, LiNE.
*0*?TlO?.I ' ' tTitnsPl>C
ASSISTANT ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, )
UMTXED STATS? IBTKBHAII Barsaro, >
Nc. 04 Broad, corner Church street )
-TJETUBNS OF. ANNUAL TASK H FOE YEAS 1866,
JQj will be received at this Offio. -1 ? Division 2, com?
prising Wards 1, 3, and that part o'- 4 west of Coming
and south of Calhoun, street until li '.: 7/April next, ex?
cept where parties receive notice; in sada cases-Returns
must be rendered within ten days from date thereof, ac
cordliig to law.
4S~ Office hours from A3 to 3 P. M.
JOHN B. EPFLEY,
March 19 34 Assistant Assessor, 3d Division.
Stifles all insects that breathe through their skins. Ex?
cellent defence against CLOTHES-MOTES. . Sold by Drug?
gists everywhere. HARRIS & CHAPMAN, Boston.
March SO H stn3 '
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
.' i . March 1,1967.?
A IX TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETATL
r\ INO spirituous liquors, within the city limita, who
have not exocutad their bonds and taken oui the proper
cards to ?how that they have license to sell, will -be re?
ported ss not complying with the law, alter Monday, 5th
Those who have card? sra hereby notified/to have the
sams placed tn a conspicuous place rn the window. AR
failing to observa thia uoiice will also be rcpc*t<J, after
the atoove-meniiooed time, s> - ? W. H. SMrTB;
Marchs Clerk of Council.
TT IS PROPOSED TO PUBLISH ?I THE TOWN O?*
X ' Alkea, 8. Cv, a Weekly sapor nuder, the MisK&Bsj :
to be devoted to General Intelligence-Political, Com?
mercial, Social, Literary, and usllglous-with a Depart
ment of Agriculture, including- th? Field, tho Orchard,
the Vineyard, and. tho y ai den. A New?. Sunimary, to
ocuMn a digest of tho Important .events of- Cba week, -
will occupy ap ?>?? p?p*-, ' m? ^"""ilTsrstBiTt
Hon wffl.be giveu to the unsettled question of Labor, a.
best adapted to our new condition, and tho aevelopstsnf
of tho resources of the \ country- ut Maim t?rtaros, Agri?
culture, Fruit-ralsitig; and Vine-growing.. ;.; :.;.?.-?i.-l.-. ? .v.
Terms-$3 ay oar, in advance... _ ?yu I.J'-.:;-?.^?.':
H. W. RAVENED, Editors
W. P. ffntTT^wp, Publisher. January 21
HARDWARE. CUTLERY, ETC,
SAMUEL R. MARSHALL
T> ESPECTFOLLY BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS
JA, that ho has now on hand, and id receiving con?
stantly, the following
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN GOODS,
WHICH HE OFFERS AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL :
AXES, HOES, SPADES, SHOVELS
COTTON AND WOOL CAPDS
SLETES, CHAINS, .NAILS. SPIKES
CANAL BARROWS, BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS
MILL AND GRIND STONES
PLOUGHS, CORN SHELLERS
TRENCHING AND GRUBBING HOES
TABLE AND POCKET CUTLERY
FORKS AND CASTORS
ICE CREAM CHURNS
WIRE DISH COVERS
MUSKETS, GUNS, SPORTING EQUIPMENTS
WOOD, TIN AND HOLLOWWARE.
COOKING STOVES AND FISHING TACKLE
RECEIVED PER RECENT ARRIVALS FROM ENG?
LAND, OF MY OWN IMPORTATION, AN ASSORT?
GUNS, CUTLERY, HOES
SPORTING ARTICLES, ic. io.
Will he sold very low for cash or city acceptance.
NO. 310 KING STREET,
THREE ?OOHS BELOW SOCIETY.
April 2 tuth2
FOUR HIGH PRESSURE BOILERS, THIRTY-SIX
feet long, thirty-six inches in diameter, with stoam
drum attached, all new; snltsble for a steamboat or Saw
Mill. To be delivered on the Wharf, at Bay Point, S. C.
Will be sold low for cash.
Apply to JOHN TOOMEY,
April 2_tnthsS _No. 18 East Bay.
FROM ONE TO FI vE HUNDRED HEAD BEEF
CATTLE-the youngest of which warranted to be
four years old-deliverable at Palatka on the first day of
June next. Apply to' COHEN, HANCKEL * CO.,
No. 46 East Bay,
April 2 taths3_Comer Boyce & Co.'s wnarf
And other Purposes.
nnHE GREAT DEMAND FOE THESE USEFUL AND
JL ECONOMICAL STOVES has induced us to increase
the supply, and we are now prepared to furnish t cm, at
manufacturer's prices, WHOLESALE AN ll RETAIL.
J, E. DUVAL & SON,
Np. 337 KING STREET.
One door north of Liberty street.
JUST RECEIVED FROM MADATWF, DEMOREST THE
DRESS MAKING IN ALL TTS BRANCHES,
Cloaks, Basquep, ito., mado o order.
Country crders filled promptly.
MRS. E. J. BONNER,
Broad street, next esst of Mansion House.
April 2_ Imo
TOBACCO, YARNS, ROPE,
f\ f\ BOXES OF TOBACCO, POUNDS, PRIME QUAL
\J\J TTY, at Soc. per BJ
120 boxes ot Tobacco, medium and fine, varying in
price from 60c. to $1 25 per Bi
60 boxes plantation Tobacco, at 20c per lb
6000 tba Smoking Tobacco. Various brands, In %, L 6
sod 10 lb packages, at 800 per Ss
Genuine K"H'*M"**-r:' Smoking Tobacco
J. Green's Genuine Durham smoking Tob?ceo
Spanish Mixed Smoking Tobacco, ii Hs papers, at
SI 26 per dozen --
Scotch Snuff, Powhattan Pipes, ita
15 bal s Georgia Yarna, assorted Nos., at $2 35 per
60 colls Kentucky Bale Rope, 17c per fis.
For sale at No. 66 HAHF.Ti STREET, opposite tho Post
office, by P. MUT .KAT.
AUGUSTINE T.- SMYTHE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICITOR TN EQUITY,
Has removed h:s Office f om No. 4 to No. lt Brood street
OVER BANK OF TEE STATE.
Collections in the City and throughout the State
promptly attended to._tnfm 8*_April 2
TO CAHPEKTER8, BUILDERS, &C.
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO A FURTHER
REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OF PREPARED
LUMBER for your uses.
TONGUEING AND GROOVING....$5perM
SURFACING ONE SIDE.,.1 per M
SURFACING BOlH SIDES.....7 per M
1 ON Biko FCBJLALE :
20.000 feet li? Worked Seasoned Flooring
.10.000 feet X Worked Lining.' .
10,000 feet X Weather Boards, 9 and: 10 inches wide
15,000 feet Iii, IM, and-2 inch Yellow Pine, 14 to 20
10.000 ieot I? Stepping. . - - r
10,000 feet Wide 1 inch Boards. . ?':-." '. "
Your patronage ia solicited. -'''-t?' :
TO coxsuxsss. -
We have lately attached a FIRST-CLASS CORN MILL
to our establishment, and are prepared to furnish
GRIST AND MEAL, In huge or smaU quantities, to cus?
tomers. . ? -
Orders from City or Country solicited. Terms cash.
WHARTON & PETSCH,
Car Werks, Steam Planing a*, d Grooving MiLs,
. . Corner Line street and Railroad A venae.
March. 29 tuthslmo
MUSKETS! MUSKETS! MUSKETS!
Eif\i\ CHOICE SMOOTH BOBE MUSKETS, TN EX
OyXjAJ CELLENT condition. Jost arrived and for
sale at $33 per dozen, or ?3 each, by
. PARKER & CHTLT?,
April 1 ? ? 8 . _; Nb. .103 East Bay.
TT AVING ACCEPTED THE AGENCY OF THE ABOVE
1*1 old and well-known manufacturera, I am prepared
to fill all orders to the trade, and will always have a full
stock on hand, which will da?y be delivered to any port
of the city. J. N. ROBSON,
January 31 ., thi to Smog . . So. 62 East Bay.
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. .
mmsoN.ntar KINO STREET, rear of CITADEL.
FABM BANDS, COOKS, WASHERS, HOUSE SEE- '
VA -TS, fee, waated immediately.
March 26 tnths2mo
S?MMEEVILLE, S. C.
mm SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS THE
JL publio that he has re-opened the above House, and ls
prepared to accommodate families or single boarders at
moderate rates. P. V. BRANDT.
March 80 ? stnth6?
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETURNS.
'??I '' OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSE SOS,1
Cm HiTiTi, April 1,1867. J
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
J3I that the Monthly Bet ms far the month of March
psst, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on
the 28th day of December, 1X66, mast be made on or be
fore the 15th Instant D. C. GIBSON,
April 1 _13_City Assessor.
Dr. W. W. KEITH,
OFFICE AHD KKnxnEafos
WEST SIDE OF MEETING STREET,
W/* ONE DOOR NORTH OF GEORGE.
Havana Plan Kentucky St?t?Lbttery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
mo'. .BX DRAWN AT- COVINGTON. KY., ?5TH AND
JL 80th of ?sch month. Scheme, 82,000 tickets-637
prlaefcv Whote Uckots, $12; halveH, $6; quarters, $3;
TSrl*ft'c?v.!v.:;.%...$?0,0001 2 Prises of....$5,000
T Pri?oi...........^,uool fa Prlies of....'.81,000
1 Prize of.?8,000 63 Frizes ot...........MOO
1 Prue of....*7,000il56 Prizes ol........ (900
?:. 320 Prize* 07J126. . ,'j
5i Approxims-ticm Prizes amoactms to SO.&OC .
' Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets fros
.tl-to?uv r--'- -?'-'?^> rjy'..-'-. ii
arcal?r?sentiroe. Drawing? mailed aa soon as tuc
?-3*?ry !s drafts. ', ;
j address Mi T. PE'i'KR?, United Stiles Licensed Agent,
iMo. Jt ?aseisicee?, C'h-riston>B. C?, c?Koy BOX62 r.O,
February 20 8mo
THE TRADE MARK B. D.
SEA FOWL GUANO.
ANALYSES OF THIS GUANO SHOW IT TO BE
canal to PERUVIAN in Fertilizing Proportie?,
though differing in tho proportions of the same elements.
The SEA FOWL GUANO contatos less Ammonia, but bas
10 por cont, of Soluble PhoBphaV and nearly double tho
quantity of Phosphato of Lime, which, with the Ammonia
present, makes it superior to Peruvian as an carly crop
producor, sud a more lasting Fertilizer.
Pamphlets containing full information furnished by
tho Agents. WM. L. BRADLEY,
Sole Manufacturer, Boston, Mass.
BEING AGENTS FOR THE ABOVE GUANO, WE ARE
desirous of disposing of an amount o' lt to those
who will give it a fair trial und report its va' oe.
RISLEY & CREJ1HTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
QAA BUSHELS A PORTION OF WHICH IS VERY
*J\J\J superior, for salo by
SHAOKLEFORD ic FRASER,
March 28_theta_No. 1, Boyce's Wharf.
LAND PLASTER, LIME, &c.
t)AA BBLS LAND PLASTER FOR MANURE
j?\J\J OOO bbls. Limo
Calcined Plaster, Cement, Laths, Hair, ic. .
For sale by OLNEY & CO.
ALLEN & NEEDLES' FERTILIZER |
tXf\f\ BBLS. OF THE ABOVE WELL KNOWN FER
rj\J\J TIL1ZER expected per steamer from Phila?
All unfilled orders wffl be supplied direct from steamer.
MACBETH 4 RAVENEL, Sole Agents.
FRIPP COTTON SEED.
rf pr BUSHELS OF COTTON SEED-PRODUCED OVER
4 tj 200 pounds of clean long staple cotton per acre.
For sale low at J. C. H. CLAUSSEN,
March 20 tow No. 10 Market street
SEED RICE. :
BUSHELS GOOD SEED RICE.
For sale by J. D. AIKEN & CO.,
h 18 South Atlantic Wharf.
BUSHELS "OWENS" BEST SELECTION OF
COTTON SEED. For sale by
18 J. D. AIKEN & CO.
ALLEN & NEEDLES'
WE HAVE ON HAND, AND ARE NOW READY TO
receive ordere for the aoove well-known FERTILI?
ZER. Our terms are, S50 cash; time price. $55, one
quarter cash ; the other three-quarter s tor approved City
Factors' Acceptance, with interest at tho rate of Bovcn
percent per annum, i rom time of purchase, payable
January 15,1868, with current rate of Exchange.
Panics wishing to purchase largo amounts c .n be sup?
plied direct from the works.
MACBETH & RATENEL,
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
CORNER EAST BAT AND EXCHAK?OE-ST.
March 7 Imo
BELLEVUE SEA ISLAND COTTON
SEED FOR SALE.
I'- HAS PRODUCED THE LARGEST YIELD WITHIN
our observation, and is of a superior quality. Apply
to J. H. BAGGETT & CO.
March 2 Imo
ALLEN & NEEDLES'
THE GREAT SUBSTITUTE FOR
WE MAKE NO CONCEALMENT OF ITS PRINCI?
PAL COMPONENTS, viz: ANIMAL MATTER,
Hi TB, WOOL. ACID. PHOSPHATE OF T.TMB, and
FINELY GROUND BONES.
Every day brings additional evidences of its superiori?
ty. Those who have used it know its great value, a jd
buy ie again. This is the best and only proof we would
wish as to its excellence.
It is packed in good strong barrels.
Fifty dollars cash ; time price $55. one-quarter cash,
and three-quarter-! for approved city factors' acceptance,
with interest at the rate of seven per cent per annum
from the date of purchase, payable January 16th, 1868,
with current rate of exchange.
Parties wishing to purchase large amounts can be rap
plied direct from the works.
MACBETH & RAVENEL,
Corner of East Bay and Exchange Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING
Allen & Needles' Ammoniattci fertilizer.
A small handful in the hill; mix or cover slightly with j
earth, and drop the seed. When the corn is fairly up,
apply a little around the plant and cover with the Culti?
vator or hoe.
250 pounds sown broadcast and harrowed in.
FOR WHEAT OR RTE.
300 to 600 pounds per acre, according to the character
of tho soil, ploughed or harrowed in.
200 to 250 pounds in the foll or early in the spring.
100 to 200 pounds per acre applied to' the plant is suffi- I
clent to insure a heavy yield. The Fertilizer will bring 1
L crop into market two weeks sooner than any other ma?
nure. Imo March 8
TO RICE PLANTERS.
P. V. STAATS & Co's.
IMPROVED RICE DRILL.
rpHESE DRILLS HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY
X tested and approved by responsible parties, and are 1
strongly recommended to tho attention of Rice Planters.
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Agents, cor. East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
HP S A U T Y.- Auburn, - ^fftljtx
W?KT M -P Golden, Flaxen, and HrTK?|?
Sf O Si Silken CURLS produced by flL^JH
SSL JS* the nee of Professor DB- <&m .Sa
/jffltV^BBrt BREUX'S FRISER LE Tf?fcJR?
S?y*atHBCHEVEUX. One applies- ^dSt5ET
/WJ(W don warranted to cnn the fWfwtpBim,
* T most straight and stubborn V vjjrlf
hair of either sex nto wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
curls. Has been used by the fashionables of Pails and
London, with tbe moat gratifying results. Does no in?
jury to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, ?X
Descriptive circulars malled free. Address BERGER,
SHOTTS & CO., Chemists. No. 235 River street. Troy, N.
Y., Sole Agents for the United States.' ' .
. March 30'. .:.-? - ..ly
TH WORLD iST?MSHEB
AT THE WOKDERFCli REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. ?. IPER?i?CX
SHE REV ALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those who, from doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations and
friends, loss of money, 4c, . haye become despondent
She brings together those long separated, gives Tnt orma
- rion concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost or
stolen property, tells ' you the busin osa you. are pest,
qualified to pursue and in what yon will bo most success?
ful, causes speedy marriages, and tells you the very day
you will marry, gives yen the names, likeness andohar
aoteristica of the person. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost snpernstura] powers, unv?Us the dark
and hidden'mysteries of the future. From the stars we
see m the ?rmamf nfc-the malefic stars that overcome or
pr (.om?nate in the configuration-from the aspects and
positions of the planets and the fixed stars to the heavens
at tho time of birth, she deduces the future destiny of
man. Fail not to co isult the greatest Astrologist cn
earth. It costa you but a trifle, and you may never again
have so favorable au opportunity, Consultation fee, with
likeness and ull desired intormstlon, ll. Parties living
ot a distance can consult the Madame by mail with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, aa if in person. A
full and explicit chart, written ont, with all toqniriea an?
swered and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt of
pries above mentioned. The strictest sec-May will bo
maintained, and all correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. : References of the nighest order- furnished those de?
aring them. Write plainly the day of the month and
year in which you were born, enclosing a small lock of
' Address, MADAJ?E H. A PERSIGO '
s?. O. DBAWEB 29B. BOWAIX}. N. T.
Match 30 ' ly
jAri. WHISKERS and MUS- xg?53te.
Sf"*? VV TACHES forced to ^Wki -
?L?BVM[ grow upon the smoothest gL-eJSS ,
."?..y face ia from three to five- -^?T Yr '
HUB weeks by using Dr. SEVIG- MHfl
?BL NB'S RESTAURATEUR STOL'
?gMo^^fc, CAFILLAIRK, the most /4flH8R^
?^gHffl"?^ wonderful ?Uscovery in roo- *SHHP^^
' ':. ? ??4J9 .' dom , science, arong upon -xsj* .
the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. -It
has been used by tho elite of. Fui* .amil London with the
most flattering success. Nats'* of ?fl prnxhaeers wfll
unregistered, ana if entire HUsfsctUn/.ls not given in
every Instance, the money wlP, tm aaesrftiPy ra fm-dod.
Price by saan, sealed and postpaid, il. s Descriptive cir?
culars and testimonials rosfled freo. Address BEROER,
SHOTTS 4 CO., Chemiits, No, 285 River street, Troy^N.
Y., Bole AgtntS for the United States. , . i
MatchSO,. ......."..,.".>,. W.--, . ?ly.'
SAW MILLS, E.G.
TJMSTH1B8 AND OTHERS OK EDISTO
X ' ISLAND, Bon Bon. Aahepoo, Cheha sad-, Combahee
utrero, and Bt Helena Sound, are hereby informed t?at,
I tove ta operation et^faji^^^onjhejtotw;
Ashopoo, a FAOET 4 CO.'S TWENTY-FIVE-HOSSE
POWER STEAM SAW MILL AND GRISTMILL. I wffl
attendpersonally (upon carly application) to ordere, for
LUMBER addressed to Green , Pond 3 UUon, Savannah
and Charie?ton Railroad. Tho Gnat Mfll will grind for
fl? accofmnofiB^.-vr. si ? fm mm on THURSDAY nexv
and on ?Very SATURDAY alter next woe*-. /Terms cash
oa delivery. A J. GONZALES.
March 23 ctuthQ
Cheese! Cheese! Cheese!
BY BRUNS ? BEE.
WK be sold, THIS DAY, id inst., In Iront of our Store,
No. 78 Lost Bay, at 10 o'clock,
25 BOXES CHEESE._April 1 _
Corn on accottni of all concerned.
BY LWREY 6S ALEXANDER.
THIS DAY, 2d instant will bo sold, in Union 'Wharf
Stores, at half-past ll o'clock, on account of all con?
363 seeks CORN, slightly damaged.
Conditions cash. April 2
Hams on account of all concerne .
BY LAWREY & ALEX Aft DEB.
THIS DAY, 2d instant, will bo sold, boiore our store.
No. 137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, on account of all con?
. 10 boxes HAMS.
Conditions cash. April 2
Shoulders. Strips, Hams, fkiffee. <tc.
BY LAU REY dc ALKX.VDUEIt.
THIS DAY, 2d instant, will bo sold, before our stor.-,
No. 137 East Say, at IO o'clock,
6 bbls. Vinegar
6 boxes .lava Coffee
Boxes Chocolate, Soup, Salaratus, Mustard, Pickles,
Conditions cash. Apt il 2
Sides and Cutter.
BY T. M. CATER.
Will be sold on Brown's Wharf, three-quartern past 9
o'clock, TUI& DAY,
15 hhds. strictly choice CLEAR RIBBED StDE?.
200 Arkins and tubs State Butter, now lauding.
Conditions cash. April 2
BY R. dc A. P. CALDWELL.
THIS DAY, the 2d inst., will be sold before our store, at
45 tubs GOSHEN BUTTER.
Conditions cash. April 2
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
The Provident Institution for Savings tn tJie City
of Charleston vs. Joseph Samson.
THIS DAY, tho 2d April, at ll o'clock, will 1 e sold
at the Old Custom House, under the direction of
ALL THAT LOT OF LAND, with tho Buildings there?
on, situate on tho north side of Tradd-streot, and now or I
lately known by the number 100, being the wcBtern por?
tion of a Tonemont house, measuring in front on sold
street 30 feet, more or less, and in depth 275 feet, moro or
less. Bounding north on land of John Crawtord, south
on Tradd street, east on land of Francis Luqucrcron, and
west on land ot' Miss Russell.
Terms.-One-fourth cash; balance in fivo equal succes?
sive instalments, with interest at the rate of seven per
cent., payable annually, secured by bond and mortgage
of thc premises. The buildings to be insured and the
policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. W. GRAY.
April 2_w3 tul_pilaster in Equity.
Assorted Goods lo close Consignments.
McKAY di CAMPBELL,
Cash Auction House,
No. 55 Hasel street, opposite Postoflicc,
REGULAR SALE DAYS EV ??RY TUESDAY AND
"Will sell THIS DAY, commencing at 10 o'clock,
Boots and Shoes
Notions and Jewelry.
WAT0HES, Shot Guns, Hosiery, ic, tzo.
Conditions cash. April 2
At die residence, No. 59Beaufain sh-eet, nearly op?
posite Coming street, the entire household 'fur- \
nilure of atamv.y declining housekeeping.
BY McKAY dc CAMPBELL.
TO-MORROW, 3d instant, at 10 o'clock,
PiRLOR FURNTTUiiE, Bedroom Furniture, Carpets.
Dining Room Furniture, Szc.
Ono superior Seven-Octave ROSEWOOD PIANO.
KITCHEN FURNITURE and Cooking Utensils.
Terms cash. Articles to bo removed on day of |
sale. _ April 2
BY R. M. MARSHALL dc BRO,
Brokers and Auctioneers, No. 33 Bren, tl-at-.
On TO-MoRROW, at 10>? o'clock, wiU be sold.
1 EXTRA FINK BUGGY MARE, 1 thoroughbred Stal?
lion, 2 Mules, 2 Horses, 1 Durham Cow.
. 1 HERRING'S FIRE PROOF SAFE (large size), Frrml
tnre. Crockery, tic. April 2
To be sold, on TO-MORBOW, the 3d of April, at! 10
o'clock A- M, at the corner of Smith and Vonderhorst
The CONTENTS OF A WELL STOCKED GROCERY
STORE P. FLYNN, Bailiff.
April 2 _'
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, al
No. 89 King street, below Broad street. !
. Offers his services for the sole of MERCHANDISE it
day and night at his store, also for the sal? of Stock.
Bonds, Real Estate, Vessels, Horses and Produce. icst
city references will be given. Consignments solid ie '
Terms moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
March 20 Imo
House and Lol in Blackville. S. C.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
The HOUSE AND LOT in Blackville, S. C., near tbo
S. C. Railroad, on a brick basement, containing S rocms,
with fire places. 2 April 2
House and Lot in Blackville, S. C.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
. The three story HOUSE in Blackville, S. C, three doors
from the railroad, on a brick basement, containing 8
rooms, -ith fire places. On the premises are a Kitchen
and outhouse for a stable. The Lot measures 150 feet
front by 200 feet deep. The stand is suitable for a man
Apply as above, at No. 23 BROAD STREET,
A House and Lot in Anson street, opposite tito
? Catholic Church, at Private Sate.
BY SMITH dc MCGILLIVRAY,
Real Estate Agents, No. 37 Broad street.
At Private Sale
A neat DWELLING, on the west side of Anson street,
known os No. 94.
A LOT several doors south of the above, now occupied
as a blacksmith's yard. stu2 March 30
NORTHS ASTE RN RAILROAD COMPANY.
CBAULSSTOS, S. C., March 12,1867. !
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY NEXT, THE 14.TH
INSTANT, the THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN on
this Road will leave Florence at 9.60 A. M. and arrive at
Charleston at 3.30 P. M. AU other trains remain un?
changed. S. S. SOLOMONS,
March 13. , Suporiniendent.
CH ER AW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHEBJLW, March 12,1867. J
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY NEXT, THE 14TH
inst., the PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road will
run as follows:
Leave Oheraw.... 6.00 A.M.
? Arrive Florence. 9.00 A. M.
' Leave Florence. 9.00 P. M.
Arrive chera-w..".....?_11.45 P. M.
Passe .gera from Charleston will leave by the 1 P. M.
Train, to secure a direct connection with the transit on I
this Road. . . S. B. SOLOMONS,
March 13 Superintendent.
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC. ~
NO. 48 EAST BAY, j
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NORTH AND SOOTH ;
SHIP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer and Im?
porter in RUSSIA BOLT ROPE, I
Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, Back ana Twines,
Parcelling, Copper, Sheathing, Metal
and Zinc, Paints. Oils, Tar, Tallow,
Spirits Turpentine, Anchors, Chains,
Blocks, Boats, &c, &e.
. Personal and particular attention
given to purchase and sale cf MER?
CHANDISE AND PRODUCE con?
signed or trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made.
Brown & Levers Patent Life Say?
ing'Tackle and Boat Detaching Ap?
paratus, for steamers, always on
hand, and -or sale at New York
SOIiTHERN EAPRHS COMPANY,
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
. ,.' ;. . . .. : WrrE ALL
?. ' TSE' '
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOP. AND DELIVER FREIGHT.
TO ANY TOBIT. IN THE( CITY
'. FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10 .. Augusta, Ge.
? H E M TE R N EW S,
.:. ..' DARR- A 0STEEN, Proprietors.
"OUBLTSHED EVERY THURSDAY, ATsUMTSB. & C.
Z_ Subscription $4-00 per annum. To Clubs of four
WL00 par swum*
A/rvertraemsnrs inserted on liber*! terras.
Furniture. Mirror*. Rooks, -mri Sioeet Potatoes.
BY CLIFFORD & MATHKWE8,
Auctioneer*, No. (H? Broad street.
Will bo told, THIS PAY. 2d April, at our office, at
A LOT Of rURNTTURE,
coNsisrrNO OF :
EXTENSION DINING TABLE, C entre Tabloa, Ward?
robe?, bureaus. Secretary, Sofa. Sideboard, labios,
A lot ol miscellaneous BOOKS
Large Square Mirror
Round Convex Mirror.
60 bushels fine SWEET PO'l ATOES.
Conditions cash. April 2 _
J>ni Goods. Ciothing. S:c.
BV MILES DRAKE.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock. I Trill soil at my Store,
corner of K'ng ai d Li'iertv streets.
A well Hclectod stock of seasonable DRY GOODS, vir :
Piece PLAIS AND FIGURED SWISS MUSLIN. Victo?
ria Lawn, India Mull. Nainsook, Black and White Fig?
ured HVTIHR. Mozambique, Barege, Printed Lawn. Mos?
quito Netting, Irish Linen, White Twillod Jean. Slate
?-..a Brown Linen, Kontucky Jean, Satinet, Tweed. Ker
suy, Cassimere. Hutt' Window Shades, Cot te 'ade.
Dozens Ladies' White, Brown, Grey and Slate Hose,
Genfs Brown und Mixed Half Hose. Tu?ked Shirts, Ma?
dras, Linen Cambric and Hem-stitch Handkerchief, Fan?
cy Colton Sliiris. Ho -p Skirts, French Corset?, Towels,
l abio Cloths, Gauze Merino Shirts, Suspenders, La les"
Silk Bi tjuef. it?.
CLOTHING-Drcs.H and Business Coats, Cassimoreand
Satinet Pants. Vos*s, &c.
Terms cash. April 2_
Shoulders Hams. Strips, Ac.
JEFFORDS & CO.
Will sell THIS DAY, in front of their store. No. 27 Ven?
due Range, at IO o'clock,
4 HHD j. SHOULDER5
700 Prime Should.T
4 buds; Hams
10 lie. ces Hams
20 barrels Strips
10 boxes Bellies
2U tierces Leaf Lard
20 kegs Butter
80 tubs Loaf Lard
10 boxes Tobacco. April 2
MILLIGAN ?Sc SON.
Will sell THIS DAY, 2d inst., at 10 o'clock, at No. 22
? endue Range.
>5 REAMS WRITING PAPEit, 6 BOXES SO AT
- Boxes Toilet Soap, ?jet.Cart Harness
- Cases Shoes, &c
One lot Furniture, Ma?tresses, Safes, tee,
1 BATTEAU, 20 FEET LONG, 5 FEET BEAM, WITH
SAILS, RUDDER, &C._April 2
Hams, Lord. Starch and Candles.
BY HENRY COBIA & CO.
THIS DAY, at lu o'clock, lu fr .nt of our store, will bo
00 tuoa Lard
50 boxes Starch
100 boxes Candles.
Conditions ca h._Apt ll 2
Genuine Peruvian Guano.
BY J. A. ER?9LOW & CO.
THIS DAY, ?? April, will bo sold on Kerr's Wharf, at
150 bags genuino PERUVIAN GUANO, slightly dam ;
aged by salt water. April 2
SALE OF GOVERNMENT PROPEKTT.
Will be sold at Public Auction, iu front of Depot,
Quartermaster's Office, Southern Wharf, Charleston, S.
C., THIS DAY, Aonl 2d, at 10 o'olock A. M.,
The following QUARTERMASTER'S PROPERTY, viz :
8 HORSES, 4 MULES
1 Cart, 1 Wagon.
Terms.-Cash in Government funds; property pur?
chased must be removed the same day after close of
sale. R. O. TYLER,
Brevet Major-General and
Chief Quartermaster Dep't South.
Chief Q. M. Office, Charleston, S. C., March, 20, 1867.
Vacant Lots on Simons street.
BY JACOB COHEN dc CO.
W?T be sold, THIS DAY, 2d April, at ll o'clock, at the
north of tho Exchange,
LOT No. 21, measuring seventy (70) feet on Simona
street, by two hundred and twenty-four (224) feet in
LOT No. 22, same dimensions ag above.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay us for pipers.
April 2 _
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S BALE.
[3ALE Ott ACCOUNT AND BISE OF FOBSTEn PURCHASER.]
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-IN ADMTRALITY.
JJaCosta it Madan vs. Schooner Aid-Satas & Co.
cs. Scliooner Aid.
W. Y. LEITCH Si li. S. BRUNS, Auctioneers.
Ry virtue of an order of sa e to me directed from the
Honorable the Judgo of the District Court of South
Carolina, in Admiralty, for the District aforesaid, in the
above cases, I will cxrose for sale at public auction, on
Union Wharf, in the p-. rt f Charleston, at 12 M..
TO-MORROW, 3d of April :
Tho HULL OF THE SCHOONER AID, burthen about
167 tons, English measurement, and of ab ut 1600 bar?
rel ? capacity, as she now lies on said wharf, together with
all her tackle and apuarfl, consisting of Satin, Chains,
Anchors and Cables, Blocks, Furniture, sc. as per in?
Conditions cash. J. P. M. EPPING,
March SO United Stated Marshal.
WHOIAESALE AN1> RETAIL DEAXXB ET
CLOT, CASSIMERES IND VESTINGS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
No. 35 BROAD STREET,
January 23_fimos_CHARLESTON. S. C.
?JRII1RT, WHITFORD & GO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING. NOS. 65, 67, 69
and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, New York.
T. F. CARHART. -
W. H. WHITFORD.
J. B. VAN WAGSNEN.
December 10 gmo_A. T. HAMILTON..
-Vf OW READY, AT FROM $18 TO $26 PER SUIT, ALL
complete, and MADE AT HOME exclusively by
SOUTHERN HANDS TN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON.
S. C. The undersigned begs leave to inform his friends
that he 1B receiving about SOO snits, made from English
material, and imported direct by HENRY TRENCH ABD,
Esq, importer of British Woollens, No. 19 Exchange
street. An early call is requested by
WM. MATHTESSEN, Agent,
No. 219 King street, between Market and Princess.
March 7 imo
A. S. HULL, Ag't.,
HAS REMOVED TO KO. 70 BROAD STREET,
BETWEEN MEETING AND ' CHUBCH-STd.,
where can be found a choice assortment of CLO HHS,
CASSTMBRES and VESTINGS of every variety, for
gentlemen's wear, which ha ia prepared to make-to
order at the lowest cash prices.
M. JSO. T. FLYNN (formerly of C. D. Carr fc Ca),
will give hts attention to the Tailoring Department and
to NAVY and ARMY UNIFORMS.
? I*' ? ALSO, ...'.*
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS.
January 17 3mce
E. M. "WOTTING, V
CORONER AND -MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HTS OFFICE FBOM CHALMERS
. street to No. 83 CHURCH STREET. one.door
north.o' Broa? ?i r??..? Ananstai
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY,- . \
- January 3, 1867. J
PUBLIC NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
tho following Ordinance licenses have boen prepared
for deli very from this Office. 8. THOMAS,
City Treasurer. .
Ssa 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Alderaefi in
Oily Council auembltd. That from'and after Ole first day
of January, licenses shall be taken out for all carts, drays
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the samo manner, and aceBriBng to tho same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, leter
driven ?tor hire, except giving bonds. And each such
cart, dray cr wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to be
placed on mo outside of tho abaft.
Ssc. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer aa
surety to any bond under the' Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less he or she be a freeholder.
SEO. 3. The following shall hereafter be the ratea foe
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, Ac,
including the horses or mules used thereof, whieh shall
be free t.m other taxation:
FOaXJC CASTS, PRA.?S, RC OA THOSE XJfFLOTXD XS AOT
BUSINESS WHATEVER, ?TOE HTRB DIRECT OR OTOntSOT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by ono horse or
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horses or
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, S20..
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, 840. "
Fox every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus),
with two hones, $50.
For every stago or omnibus (except' Una omnibus),
drawn by four horses, $?0. ?."ti
For every truck drawn by two or more horses or mules.
For every express wagon drawn by two ox more horses,
or mules, WO. .? *
BBSAD OABTS AND nUVAXB CASXB, DRATS, ETC. ' : 'AV,
For every bread oatt c* wagon, $5. - -
For ovary cart, dray or wagon, used fer private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to bo employed in the trau*-,
porting ol gooda, warns, merchandise, lumber, or any
oi'jor commodity, for compensation, either' directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license thc sum of.
io. exclusive of the horso or mule. - '
Balii od in City Council, this 16th day of January,1
Ttl a.] lu the year of our Lord one thousand eight han-,
, . dred and sixty-six, .?, ^TrlTTi
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.r.T
i ? By th* Mayor.
January 3 W. H. SMITH, Clerk, of Qgatjgtg
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