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WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1867.
LOCAL : MATTERS.
We aro continually receiving communication?; on
p< ' tical and othor matters from poroons who do
n> I attach their proper names to tho articlon sen*;
nn 1 wo take this occasion of repeating that nothing
can bo published in THE DAILY NEWS without
bi '.ng indorsed by somo responsible individual.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT.-Tho Ladies' Memorial Asso?
ciation of Mount Pleasant desire us to return their
tb;mks to Messrs. EBAUOH & MALONEE and to
Messrs. HUDGINS & OWENS, for their donations of
lumbar tor thu purpose of enclosing tho Soldiers'
Cemetery at that placo.
i'iBE.-An alarm of fire was sounded about 7
P. M. yesterday, occasioned by. the burning of a-|
chimney in Goorgo street. .A few engines tamed
out, bul the excitement was soon allayed by the
ch i ni ii ey burning out, and the enginos returned
THE STREET RIOTERS.-Tho parties concerned
in thc late attempt ou the street carshavo all boon
turned over to Lieutenant JOHNSTON, and the trial
of tho case will take placo before him at 10 A. M.
to-day, it having been postponed from yesterday j
in order to colleot the necessary evidence.
PEAS, GRAIN, ??C.-Wo invite attention to tho ?
advertisement of Messrs. E. ARNOLD & Co., No.
213 Meeting streot, offering to the public ohoice
lots of the above articles-the peas now landing.
Tho goods will be delivered free of charge.
?MTT.TCEBY. EMPORIUM.-Mrs. S. WATTS, who is
already favorably known to our fair readers, will j
add tc her popularity by offering for their inspec- [
tiou a choice stock of millinery goods. Sirs.
?WATTS' establishment is probably more frequented
than any other cn King street, and the announce?
ment that she is prepared to furnish the latest
ts; ring novelties will sot many pretty heads crazy,
anti it will tax thc energies of Sirs. W. and her as?
sistants to answer the numerous questions pro?
pounded by the fashion seekers.
THE AMERICAN FABMEB.-We have received the \
April number of this magazine from Mr. S. HABT,
the agent for the publishers, and find that it fully |
sustains its reputation as the oldest and best agri?
cultural publication in the United Statos. The
Fermer does not confine itself to agriculture, but
is full of useful information, and is an invaluable
work for the Southern planter, and should be
talion by all who wish to succeed in their opera?
Gu AND CONCERT.-The music-loving portion of |
our community will be pleased to learn that Mr.
OSWALJ) MEYER and his two sons, Ono and JULIUS
METER, will give an instrumental concert at the
Turnor Hall, No. 70 King street, between Broad
and Tradd, on Monday next, at 8 P. M The
TURNEES are well known in our city, and many
who have attended their dramatic entert ainmcnts
will gladly avail themselves of this opportunity, to
bear those delicious strains that Mi-. MESES knows
BO well how to produce.
CHEAP FREIGHT TO NEW YOEE.-Cotton snip?
pets will bo gratified to learn that an important
redaction has just taken place life the charge for
transporting cotton from this point to New York
by steam. Messrs. BAVENEL & Co., agents for thc
LEAKY Uno of steamers, viz : tho steamships
Quaker City, Saragossa and Grenada, have put
down their freight on cotton to New York to one
dollar per bale, which will bo the rate for either 1
Upland or Sea Island Cotton. This will bo an im?
portant benefit to the cotton morchants, and will
muck facilitate the trade between the two points.
STEAMSHIP SEAGULL.-Wo regret to learn that j
Capt. BUTTON'S fine steamer the Seagull, had a
trifling accident to her. machinery on her voyage
bonce to Baltimore on the 30th, and has put into
Fortress Monroo for repair! The accident ia un?
derstood to be of such a'charaotor as will not dis?
arrange her regular trip the present week from
Wc trust such will be tho case, for the business
between our sister city of Baltimore is . growing
largely and wo cannot spare any of our always 1
punctual st earners from their accustomed work.
NEW YOEE MERCANTILE ' JOURNAL.-This valua- !
hie journal, now some four years old, has come to !
be one of the most important and best conducted J
commercial papers in tho United States, affording
the most complete weekly price lists of New. York I
prices now published, and thus commending itself j
to the attention of every merchant. Tho paper
very large sizo, published weekly, and costs only $3 I
per annum, or may be ordered of the. New -York |
Mercantile Company, No. 2 Franklin Square, New
York.. We wish its well-meant efforts every
THE FARMER, devoted to Agriculture, Horticul- j
tore, the Mechanic Arts and Household Economy.
ELLIOTT & SHTFT.T>S, Richmond, Ta.
The April number of this excellent monthly, ;
r.ow before us. It is replete with useful and in?
structive matter, both original and selected. It
opens with a memoir of RICHARD SAMPSON, Esq., i
model farmer of tho bid Dominion. This is fol?
lowed by interesting editorial articles on " 'Free
labor in the "West Indies," oh Flax, on method i
Farming, on the trial of Labor Saving Implements,
etc., etc. . ' ...
At the Annual Meeting of the Corporation of I
Zion Presbyterian Church, (Glebe street) held on
the evening of the first instant-:the'"following
named officers were elected to serve for the ensu?
ing year :.'?> ...a:-.:;..
JAMES H. TAYLOR,* President.
J. BENNETT. LANNEATJ.t Secretary. ? ?
O. A.BOWEN, Treasurer. ...
Executive Committee.-"I. C. H. DUKE", WM. F. BOB- ?
?BTSON, M. D., EcxEi H. SILLXMAN, W. GEOBOE GIBBES,
THOMAS STENHOUSE. , y
* Vice T. 0. H. DUKES, declined re-election,
t Vice FKED. FABNTNO, declined re-election.
THE CANARY TROUPE.-We take pleasure in hot- I
ing the arrival of a'troupe of those distinguished
feathered songsters. This' troupe is composed of I
both male and female voices, and they are the fin-,
cst vocalists ever brought into this country. .They |
have obtained rooms during their s tay wi th Messrs.
SLEOKB & BURKE, one door below thia Mills House, ;
where they will'give public receptions. Hume ex- j
erts. a powerful influence apon the passions, but
there is no Bound- more sweet than the-melody of j
the birds'. Man has endeavored in vain to make
instruments that would ' resemble their tone; D?t?
hes never succeeded in imitating nature, to per?
fection. A. canary is one of - the most delightful of |
otu- singing' hirds, and is an' acquisition to every
lady's .boudoir. . Those advertised by Messrs.
SLIDES & B4RKE are th a best German birds, and
we ad jj?se a visi t to the Concert - Hall.
BUSINESS MAP OP CHARLESTON.-Mr. C. T.
AUBIN, thepublisher of this map, arrived on the
Saragossa last evening, and has brought with him
a number of these maps for distribution to sub?
scribers. Mr. AUBIN has been detained much
longer than he anticipated by an accident to his
title piece, bat ia now ready to present oar citizens '
with a map perfect in all of its details. This map
is six feet by Bis, and has a strong and durable
canvas back. It differs in many essential portico- ;
lars from most maps, having not only/the streets
clearly defiled, bat the houses and their numbers
axe easily recognized. Around the border are the.:
business cards of many of oar pronnhent mer?
chants, -while others axe upon the nooses occupied I
by them. This map will be a valuable- acquisition !
to oar Citizens, and will be useful both as aa.orna?
ment and aa ?directory. _Mr. AVBTN will call on
hie snbscriborfr-thiB morning_and deliver those en- j
gaged. ; ' ..I*' - '?_^ ..
RoDBIGTTES' PSZMGNIO FiLTXTR SPECIFIC.-In tO- !
felling to this medicino in yesterday's issue we uhr
intentionally were;iguilty -Of.several errors, and
gladly': take the present opportunity to make the
corrections. Tho specific was prepared by Mrs!
RoDBiomEs, a respectable lady of this city, and I
from her long experience in nursing the sick, she
feels satisfied that she is offering the publie no
?Ostrom, bat a remedy that has been tried and
found efficacious in numerous instances. Mrs.
has prepared this specific with great ears, and her
only design m offering it for sale is not for a pe- I
enniary reward, bat simply to reimburse herself j
for the trouble and expense necessary to prepare
it. Dr. CAUIXEK'B store being on the opposite
corner, we unwittingly credited him with the pro?
prietorship, instead of tho rightful owner. Since
that time we nave become bettor informed, and
can now confidently stato to those afflictod with
fhimr?ny_ omnplaintfl that their disease is not in?
curable. The doctors say while there ia life there I
is hope; .buVby. ^trying the Specific they change J
that hope into a certainty, and are able to take
pew lease of lifo,
THEO-WTOO BRICKS.-On last Monday, night,, as
Poh^ooman TROY was 'performing his d?tya?ji?or
senlinol in front of thc Guard House,. a brick .tras
thrown at him from tho other p?t?e of tho slroot,
with such force as to leave a portion of it adhering
to tho jamb or the door, against which it struck,
passing just ovor his hoad. Had the policeman
boen so unfortunate as to have been hit by this
missile, ho would, no doubt, have boen seriously,
if not fatally injured.
Tho scoundrel who took this cowardly way to
hurt a most excellent- mon made his oscape so
expeditiously that no trace could be discovered of
him, though immediate search was made.
SEW INO MACHETES.-These are now indispen?
sable additions to a well regulated household and
tho object is always to procure one that combines
tho modern improvements. This is often a diffi?
cult matter and the merits of the different makers
aro discussed frequently before tho purchase is
mode. Wo aro happy to inform our fair readers
that this difficulty has boon obviated, and by refer?
ence to an advertisement of Messrs. J. E. ADQEB,
& Co., No. 62 East Bay street, they will soo that a
line single thread machino can bo purchased for
S18. The machines aro made by Mr. J. G. FOLSOM,
and the low price should at once commend thom
to< public favor. _
0 ?B STEAM FLEET.-Yesterday afternoon four
steamships could bo seen makins their way up
tho harbour, from the Ofling-and os they swept
upon the full flood tido, they attracted tho atten?
tion of many spectators congregated on the water
iront of the city.
By reference to our marine list, it will be noticed
that two of tho steamers wero from Baltimore,
namely i The ' 'Falcon," Capt. REED, with a very
heavy freight, including 40 cavalry horses for tho
United States Quartermaster-and tho "JPcUapsco,"
Capt. NEST. From New York, tho sido-wheel
steamer "Manhattan," .Capt. COLLINS, and the
regular line steamer "Saragossa," Capt. CBOWELL.
WO record with pleasure the arrival of this quar?
tette of steamers, and wish them all profitable
voyages, and a leng service on their respective
THE LAND WE LOTE 1-Wo are indebted to Mr.
VOOLEE of Market street, for the April number of
this very popular Southern Magazine. The fol?
lowing is a list of contents :
Oen. Beauregard on tho Situation at Eickmond,
May. 1864. Sketch of Hon. Arthur P. Hayne. by
Dr. J. G. Ramsey, Historian of Tennessee. Wine
on the Lees, by Mrs. Margaret J. Preston, of Vir?
ginia. Perfect through Suffering, by Mrs. Fanny
Downing, of North Carolina. " Sic Semper Tyran?
nic" by J. H. Laresv, of Virginia. The Last of
tho Crusaders, by C. C. Bead, of North Carolina.
Humors c I the 'Morgan, raid into Indiana and Ohio,
by J. Parish Stelle, of Kentucky. Lieutenant Gen?
eral Stephen D. Lee, by Col. W. H. Brand, of Mis?
souri. Oak LeaTos, by a Lady of North Carolina.
Elise Beausoloil, by Mary W." Loughborough, of
Missouri. Two Years Ago, by Mrs. Fanny Down
ng. Twelve Months in Spain, by V. C. Barringer,
Esq., of North Carolina. Southern Homesteads
3h irley, by Fanny Fielding, of Virginia. Work,
JV D. H. H. Too Proud to Work, by Mrs. Fanny
Downing. John Milton, by Professor B, L. Dab
?oy, of virginia. Our Dead, by Bev. A. J. Byan,-of
Tennessee. Sketch of Major General P. ft. Cle?
burne, by Maj. W. F. Douglass, of Arkansas. The
Haversack. Editorial. Book 'Notices.
MAYOR'S Co ?BT, April 2.-Miley Garret, a fash?
ionable "laidy of calor,T who had been at a ball,
ind, in order to vary the pleasures of the evening,
lind indulged in a sot-to with several of the gem
mans present, was fined $5, as a recompense for
?ho delight she experienced.
David Brown, a colored laborer, who not only re?
used to work for a dollar and a quarter a day, but
ittempted to interfere with others of au industri?
es turn, who were willing to take that amount,
vas fined $5.
An elderly female, who refused to let her chim
?ey be swept, was mulct in $10. . .
Edward Moultrie, a very black individual, who
:'drawod" a sling shot on some darkeys with whom
tie was quarrelling, was fined $3.
Henry Page, a man of color, who dunned one
Henry Deane, of the same persuasion, for five dol?
lars borrowed money, and received a challenge for
1 fight instead of the greenbacks, and who was
"double-banked" by Beveral of Deane's friends,
ind then drew a pistol which was unloaded, made
bhis statement, which iras not contradicted. He
ivas consequently allowed to go off, but tho pistol
.Several of the street car rioters, who were ar?
rested by the police, were sent to the Citadel, and
viii be tried to-day at IQ ' o'clock, by tho Provost
DOTTED STATES COTJBT-Hon. GEO. S. BRYAN
presiding.-The petitions of JAMES M. DAVIS and
general JOSEPH B. KEBSHAW for permission to
practice in the United States Courts of South Ca?
rolina, were' read' by General JAMES CONNOB, and,
an hie motion, the petitioners were admitted and
commissioned as Attorneys, Proctors and Solici?
tors. : -: .- "
In Admiralty.-JKO. TUOHEY CS. the steamer
Oneofa, libel for supplies famished. Ia this case
the Marshal having returned that he has arrested
the said Teasel and now holds her in custody, it
was ordered, "on motion of ALEX. H. BBOWN, Esq.,
Proctor for the Libellants, that a monition be is?
sued returnable on the 17th instant.
JKO. TOOMEY VS. EDWARD MAUS, JOHN H. M ABS,
md ROBERT F. GKEY, attachment. The Marshal
in this case having returned that the de
Fondants in this case could not bo found, and that
radar the process issued he has attached the
steamer Oneolo as their property, and now has
said vessel in custody. On motion of ALEXANDER,
S. BBOWN, Esq., Proctor for the Libellants, it is
irdered that a monition be issued that the case
ivill ba tried on the 17th instant.
Tn the Circuit Court from the regular and tales
petit jurors answering to their names Juries Nos.
I and 2 were organized and sworn as follows :
JTTBY NO. L
E. P. MILLIKEN, Foreman. GEORGE NUNAN,
P. J. CO OG AN, MARTIN LUHE i,
JOHN T. MILLIGAN, JOHN MONSEES
DAVID O CE ABE, L. a CLIFFORD,
JD. a BEE, PATRICK McS . EENEY,
ABOHTBALD MoT.ETSH, GEO. H. LTN8TEDT.
JTJBY NO. rt.
JOHN A. BLUM, Foreman. C. B. GRANT,
H. 3. BRESS ENDEN, T. ALEX. BROUGHTON,
TAS. CORCORAN, iL GANNON,
BENJAMIN FOR?, D. COUEAY,
?TM. nOBB, H. BUCK,
E. T. BROWN, L. MOSES.
After calling and sounding the Dockets thc
furies were adjourned over' to Monday, the 8th
rut., as the Court would be occupied in the mean?
time with incidental matters.
Bo ABD OF TEASE.-The election for officers, to
terre during the ensuing year, took place between
12 and 3 o'clock yesterday, and the following is the
result of the ballot :
.. POU FBE8XDKXT.
Et W. MARSHALL,
H. H. DELEON.
8XCSXTABT A3fD TATE A RUBIER.
4 EXECUTIVE OOXMXTTEE.
W. S. HASTIE. A. SIMONES.
E. WILLIS. EDWIN BATES.
HENEY OOBIA. WM. GURNEY. ;
D. F. FLEMING. GEOEGE H. MOFFETT.
A. R. TAFT. ti. PLATT.
C. FRON EBERGER. L. D. MOWRY.
M. STRAUSS. W. T. BURGE '
GEORGE W. CLARK.
Immediately after the election had been de?
clared, Mr. STBADSS moved that the Secretary and
Treasurer's Report ba read, whereupon JOHN B.
STEELE, Esq., the Secretary and Treasurer, read
his report :
Gentlemen : In accordance with the practice of
all associations of this kind, the Secretary presente
to you a condensed report of the transactions of
this Board during the period of his official services.
Before entering, however, upon the details of a
formal report, he would take occasion to acknowl?
edge the goodness of Him in "whom we live, and
move, and have our being," by whose favoring caro
the life and health of each ono of ns has been pre?
served. It can rarely be said of an association, so
large as ours, that, at the close of the year, no
death hos been recorded. Surely, then, it is right
that thu manifest providential caro should be
Ho would, also, take occasion to siy that bia
Labors have been cheered and lightened by the
cordial co-operation of the members of your hon?
orable body, the constituted guardians of the
trade and commerce of this city, likewise by the
assistance of others, who, though holding no con?
nection with the Board, are, nevertheless, our
He entered upon his duties, personally, a strang?
er to tho majority of the Board, and it is gratifying
to him to hare received from the Committee ap?
pointed to examino his books, also from the Exec?
utive Committeo and from the Board, who adopted
unanimously the resolutions reported by them at
the last meeting, the flattering testimony of his
labors, and he begs to return to all of you his
Commerce, once the pride of this city, but which
was entirely broken up by the ravages of war, bas.
greatly revived, and has, thron ?h its several agents,
aw ?kened to a sense of its importance, and seems
resolved not to be behind in the race for the golden
Numerous steamship lines have been put in suc?
cessful operation, running both to Northern and
The South Carolina and Kortheastern Railroads,
well equipped and efficiently managed, are also in
The Char?eatonond Savannah Railroad, recently
reorganized, iB equally-worthy'of commendation,
and we believe there is every encouragement for
us to oxpect ita completo success, under toa ener?
getic managomont os those in charge of tho enter- j
prise. . i - . -?-? ? -?.'<*."-'.
Geographically Charleston has tho best position
of any commeTcia* -fttty on the Southern coast.
Having ?n-ontlet, bott by sroafioVrafl; *&?te*firo~
auctions of its own and the adjacent States, it
seems neceasary that every facility should be
afforded to bring the trade to ber port; This, we
believe, can be efloctod by concerted action on the
part of the different corporations and associa tiona
Tho Board at its formation numbered forty-two.
Since which time it bss sie?uily increased, h?Y?ug j
now a total mombersbip of one hundred apd fifty
nine, each ono of whom. I am happy t. inform you,
has como forward and promptly paid his arrears.
WliiIo our membership has been rapidly increas?
ing, I am callod upon to report only ono resigna?
tion from tho ontiro list, Mr. Joseph A. Horgan, a
member ot tho Executive Committeo, and this waa j
in consoquen:e of his removing from tho city.
Soon after tho organization of the Board sub- j
committees woro appointed, and various impor?
tant questions refcrrod to them for consideration.
Tho Chairman of the Committee on Hall, Bead?
ing Boom, sad Library made a report, which was
referred hack to tho Executive Committee for pru
den tial reasons.
This is a subject which has, since the formation
of tbe Board, occupied its attention, and the Sec?
retary hogs to rocommend an early action on the
part of the Hoard.
It is to bo boped that this Board will lead off in
this grand scheme, not only for the diffusion of j
knowledge and intercourse among its members,
but for tho good oi the people of our city and State.
The Committees on Inland Transportation and ;
Coastwise Navigation, two of. the most impor?
tant of our committees, have been at work
tho entire year.- and presented several inter
estit g report?. Besides these we have had j
interesting debates, Reports on the Blue Bidge
Bailroad from Messrs. Trenholm & Gourdin-on |
tho Bankrupt Law, Bales of Wharfage, on the
construction of the Cheraw and Coalfield Bailroad,
when addresses wero made by Messrs. B. D. Town- I
send and Allon McFarland-the Usury Laws, and !
many other topics.
W? have also put ourselves in communication
with Chambers of Commerce and Boards of Trade
in various parts if tho United States, and have
been in receipt of important communications from
many of them.
Altogether the Charleston Board of Trade has
even.- reason to feel gratified at the degree of suc?
cess that has crowned its new-born efforts thus far.
It has often been asked, what has the Board of |
Trade done? Doubtless .tho .objects and inten?
tions of this body are, in many instances, misun?
derstood. It 3hould bc impressed upon tho minds
of those who aro apt to ask, what has been accom?
plished? that the Board of Trade is no legislative
body, endowed with the privilege of enforcing its
convictions in the shape of laws upon the people
about us. We have no actual po ver to improve
business facilities or destroy monopolies; hut we i
have the advantage of making tho feeling of the
community publicly known.
Every merchant of our city, in whatever kind of !
business, ha? tho privilege of joining our body, and I
thus secure tu himself the advantage of expres?
sing publicly bis ideas on the business points of
Merchants of every grade and standing meet !
here on equal footing. Ali have a right to be
heard, and tbe decision of the Board of Trade may
always be considered an index to the feelings and
wishes of a majority of the business men of our city.
We pretend, through our members, to represent
energy, experience and cap.tal, and there is no
reason why the mercantile voice of Charleston
should not meet with tho same attention and re?
spect as is given to associations of the same
character in our sister cities.
Let us not, then, grow weary in well doing, and I
I think we bave every reason to look forward to a 1
bright and happy future.
The aggregate receipts of the past year amount
to $2163 62. Expond.tures $894 51, leaving a bal
anco in tho Treasury of $1769 ll.
Before closing this report, your Secretary knows
that he is expressing the s ntiment of every indi?
vidual mombor of the Board when ho mentions the
many acts of kindness and attention to our body
on the part of Messrs. White & Mixer.
Not only bave we had the use of their elegant |
club room during all the past year, free of charge,
but they have furthermore furnished us on all oc?
casions with every conceivable facility in their
power, and what, under other circumstances, would
have been an onerous obligation, by their polite?
ness and pleasant manner has made it almost un?
felt, thus in reality,' howover, entitling them to
greater thanks from the Board.
All of which, ia respectfully submitted.
JOHN B. STEELE, Seo'ry.
Upon motiOD of Mr. STRAUSS, it was ordered that
the Beport bc entered on the minute book, and
published in tbe daily papers of the city.
A committee of three was appointed to wait
upon the newly elected officers and inform them of
their election. ' Messrs. EASTEBBI, THOMPSON and
MOISE, were appointed on this Coinmittee.
The officers wore then introduced and addressed
the Board in a few brief remarks.
Letters of application were read from the follow?
ing gen (.lemon :
W. H. Joners, Thomas A. Jeffers, G. E. Gibbs
Dr. H. Baer, A. P. Caldwell, G. BL Loper, J. Ham?
ilton Wilson, Philip H. Koglor, S. Y. Tupper, J.
H. Devereux, and Alex. Isaacs.
Upon motion, tho mles wore suspended, and the
applicants ware elocted by acclamation,
un motion of Mr. E. W. MARSHALL it was
Resolved, That tho thanks of the Board are
hereby tendered to W. S. Hastie, Esq., and E.
Willis, Esq.. for the able and impartial manner in
which they bave discharged their duties.
On motion of Mr. MARSHALL, it was next
Resolved, That the thanks of the Board are
hereby tendered to John B. Steele, Esq., for the
able and indefatigable manner in which he has dis?
charged hie duties.
Both resolutions were unanimously adopted.
The Board then adjourned.
BROWN'S BRONCHOL TROCHES.-"Your Troches
are too well and favorably known to need commen?
dation.'' Hon. CHAS. A. PHELPS,
Pres. Mass. Senate.
'?MT 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 specific) hav?
ing made mo piten a mere whisperer."
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BUSINESS NOTICES. >
Anitlon Sales Tills Day.
MOKAT A CAMPBELL will soil this day, at No. S9 Beau-,
fain street, at 10 o'clock, the enure furniture of a family j
declining housekeeping. >?
B. M. MtMTMTiT. A BRO; will sell this day, at No. S3 j
Broad street, at half-past ld o'clock, ?TIA buggy mare, I
mules, horses, a cow, and one Herring's fire proof ]
safes; also, bande?me mahog tay wardrobe, Ac
P. Pr,T!?r. Bailiff, will sell this day, at 10" o'clock, st |
the corner of Smith and Vanderhorst streets, the con?
tents of a grocery store. .
W. T. LEITCH tUS. BRUNS, win sell this day, at 13
o'clock,, on Union Wharf, under the direction of the ?
United States Marshal, the hull of the- schooner Aid,
together with all her tackle and apparel.
SMITH A KCGZLLTVRAT wm sell this day, at their j
office. No. 27 Broad street, at 10 o'clock, horses, mules,
carts, furniture, &c
Know thy Destiny.
MAD tine E. P. THORNTON, tho great English Astrolo- !
gist. Clairvoyant and Psycliometrician, who bas aston- I
taned the sctartifle classes of the Old Vcai?, has now lo- |
rated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame THOBKTON pcs- j
soases such wonderful powers ot second eight as tn ena?
ble her to impart knowledge ofthe greatest importance
to the stagio or; married of either sex.V- While, In a-state
of trance, sue delineates tho very festeres of the person
you are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of in?
tense power, known as the Psy choraotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wife
of the applicant, together with date of marriage, position
in lifo, leading traits of character, kc This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert. She wm
send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
en closing o small lock af hair, and stating place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cents j
and stamped envelope aadressed to yourself, you wm re- j
eeive tho picture and desired information by return nul
AU communications sacredly confidential, Address, in |
confidence. H?dame E. P. THORNTON, P. O. Box 333,
Hudson, N.T. ly March 30
Free to EY?iybor?y. v
A Large t pp. Circular, giving information ^?f the j
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
it teaches bow the homely' may become beautiful, the \
despised roipected, and tho forsaken loved.
. No young lady or gentleman should fail to send meir j
address, andraceivo a copy post-paid, by retaren mau.
' - J .: Address P. O. Drawer, 31,
' March SO ? lyr Troy, H. T.
~ HEAR EEASOK !
! ; STRENGTHES THE DKPESCE8 S , .
When a garrison apprehends ?itt attack from en outside
enanry, whit does it do ? It errBssaarx?? THE mra
CKs. The human system, at; thisperiod of the year,is
beleaguered by nwrtld: Influences-' Tho atmosphere is
full of them. Every change of weather lays the feeble
open to their attacks. What., ls to bo done in order to
baffle these unseen, hnt ever active foes t. BxMXMUBaXX
plo-the T?OJBS within the reach of all : Reinforce the
vital organs: and the nervous system wi h HOSTET
TER'S BITTERS. Tone the stoiaacb, regiflate. the hov
ols, rouse the sluggish liver, cheer the spirits, enrich j
and purify tbs Vital current, with - HOSTETTES'S BIT- j
TEES. Th? 'a tbs way to BTR?3OTBKII .TBM SSXSBDSS,
arkhreadsrih* can?? ' of hesitoIrnpreBBable. If yon I
wlab to esetpo bilious headache, into rmttont fcver, indi- ;
gestion,, and norvous visitations-to enjoy, in aU its j
; plentltud(* the bleasing o?. .? * sound mind in a sound" 1
body," uso t?a? Incomparable prervenUve ax^ restera- |
ttfOi It pretorves health <n the heaHhy,* and renews 1
ii??h?WHsVwWlaJHttg..',- 1 , .'i ". ;t.1 '
April 3. I--.;,-. .. ' .
JUST RECEIVED, A CHOICE LOT OF
EXTRA STNGERS-rMALE AND FEMALE.
PREPARED MOCKING BIRD FOOD, Ac. kc,
NO. 69 MEETING STREET,
NEA*T MILLS HOUSE.
April 2 wfBtui
HpHE THOROUGH-BRED STALLION "SYNTEE"
JL wffl make the Spring season at tho Mills Houso S.a
bles. Chalmers street, at $20 the season, with privilege of
returning any mare, that may not provo in foal, tho fol?
lowing season. "Santee" is o sorrel stauion, 7 years old,
bands high. Sired by Garret Davis, dam by Shark.
He wag raised by Colonel Alston. wths3 April 3
MUSKETS! MUSKETS! MUSKETS!
^Ofl CHOICE SMOOTH BORE MUSKETS, IN EX
ZJ\J\J CELLENT condition. Just arrived and for
sale at $33 per dozen, or $3 each, by
PARKER ?r CHILD,
April 1_6_Ko. 103 East Bay.
CITY TAXES-MOSITHLY RETURHS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSE SOR, I
_ Cur HAIX, April 1.18C7. f
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
that tho Monthly Rot rns for tho month of March
past, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on
ibo 28th day of December, 1S66, must be made on or be
!bro the 16th instant. D. C. GIBSON
AprBl _13 _i City Assessor.
Dr. W. W. KEITH,
OF?lCE AND RESIDENCE
WEST SIDE OF MEETING STREET,
ONE DOOR NORTH OF GEORGE.
JUST RECEIVED FROM MADAME DEMOREST THE
DRESS MAKING TN ALL TTS BRANCHES,
Cloaks, Basques, ic, miut? n order.
Country miers fined promptly.
MKS. E. 3. BONNER,
Broad street, next east of Mansion House.
TOBACCO, YARNS, ROPE,
(\f\ BOXES OF TOBACCO, POUNDS, PRIME QUAL
tJ\J TTY, at 36c. per lb
120 boxes of Tobacco, medium and fine, varying in
price from 50c. to SI 25 per lb
50 boxes plantation Tobacco, at 20c per lb
!000 lbs Smoking Tobacco, various brands, in >j, 1, 5
and 10 lb packages, at 30c per. Kl
Genuine KjllicMnick Smoking tobacco
3. Green's Genuine Durbam smoking Tobacco
Spanish Mixed Smoking Tobacco, >? lb papers, at
SI 25 per dozen
Seo ten Snuff, Powhattan Pipes, kc
15 bal-s Georgia Yarns, assorted Nos., at $2 35 per
50 coils Kentucky Balo Rope. 17c per Bs.
For sale at No. 55 HASEL STREET, opposite tho Post
jfflce, by P. MULKA!.
April 2_ 2
Havana Plan Kentucky Stat e Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
30th of each month. Scheme, 32,000 tickets-52?
prizes. Whole tickets, $12; halves, *6; quarters, $3;
sighths, $1 GO.
I Prize of.$50,000 2. Prizes of.$5,000
I Prize of.$20,000 2D Prizes ol.$1.000
L Prize of.$8.000 63 Prizes ot.?400
I Prize of.$7,000 155 Prizes of. $200
320 Prises of ?125.
51 Approximation Prizes amounting tc $9,900.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
(1 to ?io. ?r.
Circulars sent tree. Drawings mailed as soon as Ute
Lottery ls drawn.
A-?dr?ss H.T. PE-iKRa,UnitedSti;ea Licensed Agent,
No. -n. aasei street, oh-riestoa, f<- 0" ;--K". Box-Vi I .v.
February 20 . Snm
BOOK MUm PRMfi
OP ANY SIZE. STYLE OR KIND RULED IO ORDER,
AND MADE TO ANY PATTERN.
LETTER, ME ?HD GAP PAM.
JAREES' BREAD BOORS*
OF ALL QUALITIES ?AND; STYLES. \ '
CONSTANTLY OH HAND, AND AT PRICES TO
BUTT THE TIMES, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
LEGAL, CAP AND LAW
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
, J?B PRINTING
EXECUTED AT SHORT NOTICE.
l^?i. V 5^ - "Broad* ?treet.
'!' \-/, :.\ 'CH??1.BSTOMV'S: 'CV'
October 22 . nrerfftma
m9?TO INFORM EOS PATRONS AND THE
ublic lu eeneral that be has-jost returned -from
New York with s well selected stock of CLOTHS, CA8SI
MERES and VESTINGS, Po. clim and Domestic, and
ilsoan assortme tof FURNISHING GOODS. ?? ?
March 2" . .. .?.- .. - , v . mA ...
?o. 565 King Street,
Air WATS BUT THE BEST.
? \ THE HE8T SINGLE THREAD,
?AN NOW BE HAD, FOB EIGHTEEN DOLLARS.
J. G, EOLSOM'S
filGH PREMIUM SEWP M?Cfi?ES.
' s WTLx. STITCH. HEM, BIND, AND GATHER.
? X E. ABGrEB^CO.,
, 68 EAgTBAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
April 8 wfmlmo ? ?. Sole Agents for the State.
SEWING'MACHINE FOB $20.
Jims MACHINE WILL STXTCHj HEM, FELL, TUCK
JL BRAID, tc. so' simple that a child will easily msn
igo it, is offered for sale, and can be noan at No. ll Ha
syck street; No. ?SS King otroet, and at
_ ._ -' "W.L.'WEBB'S Crockery Store;
; February 15 - mwf2mo3- ?. . No-S Hayne street
P^lBi I?PK0VEMENT IN
! SEWING-'^ MACHINES-'' -.
: Is Enller & Barnum's
? I J?f? COMBINED. . . ~
TIH^?T?0BaiENT TS AUTOMATIO,- AN&MEAS
JL URBS, creases, and stiches tacks at one operation,'
ytbont guiding with the hands.- 'Als? fer ?als. SEWING
TOUAL. ORDERS BY HAIL PROMPTLY FILLED
' "' &Y<V-*?-^^^a-BASELTON,' ';
Ar^i : .r:.?^^.-:^.?*?^?p^i?^' ..;
- ? ....:'-'.*OT?!CBl.J; ., .. .-, ;,..(?.v?..:
OFFICE CLERK OP COCNCTL.-TEE FOLLOWING
clausoof Section lof an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies iorthsyear3857,^tB published rot iho : information
i^^S^S^^J^^lJ^*?**Perwns aro hereby
noafted to report ?trthis 4filri.*~ .: t- ~;> ??
. ;7?T!?.lSoU=B?atl "^7 hundred. doUarsof all goods
sold in tbii city by persons not residents,. by sample or
...-..'.,;r,i5r ;. ?.. t'--? WVaw-SlOXiV .'
'W " < . - ?;-.^-.vOi?*??mcaC^
SEA FOWL GUANO.
ANALYSES OF THIS GUANO SHOW IT TO BE
equal to PERUVIAN in Fertilizing Proportlos,
though difforiDgin the proportions of tho same olomonts.
Tito SEA FOWL GUANO contains less Ammonia, but has
16 per cent, of Solu bio Phospha r and nearly double tho
quantity of Phosphate ol Lune, which, with the Ammonia
present, makes it superior to Peruvian as an early crop
producer, and a moro los tin? Fertilizar.
Pamphlets containing full information furnished by
tho Agents. WM. L. BEASLEY.
Solo Manufacturer, Boston, Mass.
BEING AGENTS FOB THE ABOVE GUANO, WE ABE
desirous of Cisy -aing of an amount of it to those
who will give it a fair trial and report Its value.
RISLEY & CREIGHTON,
Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
A CABGO OF THE ABOVE GUANO HAVING JUST
2V arrived from McEoan's Island, I am prepared to
furnish lt to Planters, either for cash at $55 per ton of
2000 pounds, or S>65, payablo first November, with inter?
est at 7 per cent., approved city acceptance. Pamphlets,
with full directions as to its application, and coruscates
of Planters who havo used it, also analysis of Professor
shepard and others, caa bo had at my omeo.
J. N. ROBSON,
March 29 fmwlmo No. 62 East Bay.
THE GREAT SUBSTITUTE FOR
WE MAKE NO CONCEALMENT OF ITS PRINCI?
PAL COMPONENTS, viz: ANIMAL MATTER.
H.? LR, WOOL, ACID, PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and
FINELY GROUND BONES.
Every day brings additional evidences of its superiori?
ty. Those who have used lt know its great value, and
buy it again. This ls tho best and only proof wo would
wish as to its excellence.
Ii it packed iii good strong barrels.
Fifty dollars cash ; time price $6C. one-quarter cash,
and three-quarter. for approved city factors' acceptance,
with interest at the rate of seven per cent, per annum
Som tbs dato of purchase, payable January ISth, 1868,
with current rate of exchange
Parties wishing to purchase large amounts con bo sup?
plied direct trom the works.
MACBETH & BAVENEL,
Corner of Elast Bay and Exchange Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING
Alien & Needles' Ammoniatcd fertilizer.
A small handful in tho hill ; mix or cover slightly with
Darth, and drop the seed. When the corn is fairly up,
apply a little around the plant and cover with the Culti
rator or hoe. *
260 pounds sown broadcast and harrowed In.
FOR WHEAT OR RYE.
SOO to 500 pounds per acre, according to the character
af the soil, ploughed or harrowed m.
200 to 250 pounds in thc fall or early in the spring.
100 to 200 pounds per acre applied to the plant ia suffi?
cient to insure a heavy yield. The Fertilizer will bring
- crop into market tum weeks sooner than any other ma?
nure. Imo March 8
TO BICE PLANTEES.
P. V. STAATS & Co's.
IMPROVED RICE DRILL
rrVHESE DRILLS HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY
J_ tested and approved by responsible partier, and are
strongly recommended to the attention of Rice Han te rs.
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
Agents, cor. East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
BELLEVUE SEA ISLAND COTTON
SEED FOR SALE.
15 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'
TTTE HAVE ON HAND, AND ARE NOW READY TO
VT receive orders for the ano ve well-known FERTILI?
ZER. Our terms are, $60 cash; time price, S65, one
juarter cash; the other throe-quarter s for approved City
factors' Acceptance, with interest at the rate of sterna
per cent, per annum, trom tame of purchase, payable
Tannery 15,1868, with current rate of Exchange.
Parties wishing to purchase large amounts o m be sup?
plied direct trom the works.
MACBETH & BAVENEL,
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
CORNER EAST BAT AND EXCHASGE-ST.
March 7 Imo
ALLEN & NEEDLES' FERTILIZES
K.f\f\ BBLS. OF THE ABOVE WELL KNOWN FEB
0\J\J TLLIZER expected per steamer from Phila?
anllki orders will be supplied direct from ete*T*"* ?
... MACBETH A BAVENEL, Sole Agents. -'?
J arch 28 , .
A ST R 010 G Y.
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AX THE WONDERFUL KEVKLATIOHs <
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTKOL?GI8T, -, .
Madame H. A. PERRIGO.
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, kc, have become despondent.
She brings together those long separated, gives informa?
tion concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost or
Btotenproperty, tells you'the business you. are bec?
qualified to pursue and in what you will be moat succ?s s
fnl. causes speedy marriages, and tells you the very day.
yon will marry, gives ycu the names, likeness and char?
acteristics of the person. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, travails the dark
and hidden mysteries of the future. From the stars we
see tn the firmament-the malefio stars that overcome or.
pr ooiniuate.in the configuration-from the aspects and
positions "of the planets and the fixed stars in the heavens
at the time of birth, she deduces the future destiny af
man.' : Fall not to consult .the greatest Astrologlat on
earth.. It costs'you buts trifle, and you may never again
have BO favorable an opportunity, .Conmutation fee, with,
likeness and all desired information, tl. Parties living
at a distance can consult the Madame by mail, with equal
saferyjmd ?attaaetfoh to -themselves/as if in person., A
fun and explicit chart, written out, with all inquiries an?
swered and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt of
price above mentioned. Tho strictest secresy will bs
maintained, and aR correspondence relurnod ar destroy?
ed. References of the nighest order. furnished those de?
siring them. Write 'plainly " the day of the month and
yearin which yon were bom, enclosing' a small lock of
hair.' " "..?'..
'Address," " MADAME H. A. PERSIGO
P. O. DEAWKB 233, BUFFAIX). N. Y.
March 30_. . ?..:. ly
tai/HISKEBSvahd MUS-' \ 'jsMt .
VY TACHES forced to ff^ft
grow upon- the smoothest ? ML-M
face in from three to^ftve aZ^Jr
weeks try using Dr. ?EVB3- MR?H''
ME'S RESTAURATE UR SSKL
CAPILLAIRE, the most ' ^BBB&
wohdorful discovery in mo- ^JBBplrr^
dern science, . srling upon ' ^^p,'^.
the. Beard and Hair in an almost miraculouagiajnaaK It
bas been used by tho elite of Paris and Lon?on with.tho
most flattering BUCCCSS: Jpiomes of all 'purchasers ? vrUl
be registered, and if entire satisfaction is cot given in
every instance,, the monoy' win bo cheerfully refunded.'
Fries by malt sealed and postpaid, SL ' ? Descriptive cir
cnlara ind tes"T"*^.*? ynHtasC ?Von ; t? Address' BEBGEB,
SHOTTS A CO., Chemists,'No. "285 River street, Troy, S.
g., R?K Agentado? tho tmueq fn?ua,.~' -..v..:.,?..
SKIP GHANDIERY. ETCx
Na ^8 EAST BAY,
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NORTH AND. SOUTH
. . . WHABvES.. .
SHLP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer and H?
Maiii?la and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, Duck and Twines.
ParcelLiQgjjCopper, Sheathing. M?tal
and 2ine, Paint s. Oils, Tar, Tallow,
Spirits Tnrpentine, Anchors, Chains,
Blocks, Boats, &c, &e. .'.'.-/ V .";'
Personal and particular attention
?iveh to hnrehase and sale of MER?
CHANDISE- AND PRODUCE co?
sighed or trusted to my care, and
prompt retnrng made. ?:tt
Browte '^Level's - Patent tm 8m- i
lng Tackle and Boat Detaching Ap?,
Daratus, for steamers, always on !
band, andfor sale. wl New. Yo^ck j
Februarys , . .... .. i( .. . :...'. ? :? .:? ' '
i : TAX NOTICE. ?
ASSISTANT' ASSESSOR'S' i
At the residence, JVo. 59Beartfain street, nearly op?
posite Coming street, the entire liousehold fur
TUIS DA.Y. 3d instant, at 10 o'clock,
PARLOR FURKITUHE, Bedroom F urn! toro. Carpets.
Dining Boom Furniture, tic
One superior Seven-Octavo ROSEWOOD PIANO.
KITCHEN FURNITURE and Cooking Utensils.
Term? casb. Articles to bo removed on day of
sale._ April 3
Will be sold. THIS DAY. tho ?Jd instant, at 10
o'clock A. M., at tho corner of Smith and Yanderhorst
The CONTENTS OF A WELL STOCKED O ROC ER Y
STORE. P. FLYNN, Bailiff.
Boots, Shoes, Balmorals, Brogans. Gaiters, <to.
BY N. HUNT & soar.
TO-MORROW, 4th inst, at 10 o'clock, in our Sales Room,
No. 142 Meeting street, wc will sell.
A consignment of 60 cases and cartoons BOOTS, Shoes,
Balmorals, Brogans, Oa tern, kc.
6 cases Gent's Fino Calf P. S. Boots, regular sizes.
April 2_ _
BY R. M. MARSHALL ?Si BIM?.,
Brokers and Auctioneer*, No. 33 Broad-st.
THIS DAY. at ll o'clock, will bo sold.
Handsome Mahogany WARDROBE, Extension Tal lc.
Omeo Tablo, English Clocks, Mirrors, What Nota, Unir
Mattresses. Tea Sets, ?tc. _ _April 3
BY R. M. MARSHALL. & BRO.
Brokers and 'Auctioneers. No. 33 Broad-st.,
THIS DAY, at 10? o'clock, will bo sold.
1 EXTRA FINE BUGGY MARE, 1 thoroughbred Stal?
lion, 2 Mules, 2 Horses, 1 Durham Cow.
1 HERRING'S FIRE PROOF SAFE (large size), Furni?
ture, Crockery, icc. April 3
Furniture of a Family Decliniug Housekeeping.
BY R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
Brokers and \ action cr?,
TO-MORROW, tito 4tl> inst., at 10 K o'clock, will be sold
at the residence No. 68 Wentworth street, near King,
A largo collection of FURNITURE, consisting of
Parlor, Dining Room and CHAMBER SETS, Kitchen
Furniture, Piano. Brussels Carpet, Crockery, &c, ike.
Terms cash. Articles to be removed on day of sale.
CSi'DBR DECREE TN EQ.UITY. 1
The Charleston Savings Institution vs. Marlin,
TO-MORROW, tho 4th ApriL 1867. at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at tho old Custom Eouso, under the direction ol
All that LOT OF LAND, with tho buildings thereon, \
situate on the south side of Yandorhorst street, city ot
Charleston, measuring 90 feet on the Iront and back
lines, and 184 feet in depth on tho east line, and 183 feet
on tho west Hue; bounding north on said street; south c
on land formerly of the city Council of Charleston, and <
now of-; east on lot now or late of Wm. Hazzord*. (
and to the west on land formerly of the City Council, t, j
Terms-OLe-third cash; balance in one, two and three j
years, secured by bond of tho purchaser and mortgage <
of tho premises; buUdings to be insured and kept in- j
sured, and the policy assigned. Purchaser to pay for \
papers. J. W. GRAY,
April 3_w3thl_gaster in Equity.
Kalmia MUls at Auction. !
BY WABJDLAW & CAREW.
Under foreclosure of rcortgages, will be Bold, on TUES- i
DAY, 23d April, 18C7, at ll o'clock A. M., at tho north
side of the Exchango, Charleston, S. C.,
Tho KALMIA MILLS, with all the Property and appuies
tcnances thereunto belonging, consisting of the several
tracts and parcels of Land, situate, lying and being in
the District of Edgell old, South Carolina, amounting tn ?
all to about four thousand two hundred and fifty-nine
(4259) acres, more or less, conveyed to the said Kalmia
Mills by John J. Glover and by Gustavus Yolger, all of
which said several tracts of Land are now in possession c
of, and occupied by tho said Kalmia Mills as the site of c
their factory, now in course of erection. Togethor with ]
an and singular tho waters, water privileges, rights. <
members, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said
premises, belonging, or in any wise incident or apper?
All the BUILDINGS. MACHINERY, Tools, Implements, j
'Carts, Bricks, Lumber and Materials, now belonging to ?
the said .g?imi?. Mills, on the lands and elsewhere.
This property is situate immediately on the South
Carolina Railroad, extending from near the Granite ville
Depot to within one mile ot the Bath Paper Mill, and
eight miles of the City of Augusta, Georgia, on the
waters of Big Horse Creek. The Cotton Factory (within
one hundred feet of tho railroad) is a two story Brick t
Building, one hundred and four (104) feet wide by two
hundred and twenty-seven (227) feet long, designed to
contain ten thousand spindles and three hundred and
twenty looms, and ia four-fifths completed. There ore (
on the land Beventy-eioht neat >and commodious cottages ,
for operatives, completed and in course of erection; a '
first-class Steam Saw Mill in complete working order; ?
good Grist Mill; a Carpenter Shop, with Steam Engine ,
and Boiler; Planing Machine, Tools, &c; Blacksmith
Shop, with c replete set of Tools; Machine Shop, with
Steam Engine and Boiler, Lathe,'Drill Press, <tc.
The machinery fbi; the Cotton Mill is of the most <
modern and improved character, manufactured in Eng?
land, embracing ten thousand Spindles, Shafting and
other appurtenances ; als J two Turbine Wheels of one
hundred and sixty horse po >er each; also the machinery
for a complete Paper MIR, capable of producing ten
thousand pounds of paper per day.
(A portion of the machinery is o-. the land, a portion
in this city and a portion in England.)
Tho Paper Mill ls in process of construction and a con?
siderable part completed.
The Water Power for running the Factory, derived
from Big Horse Creek, is ample, extensive and u over
failing, and the dam and other appurtenances are tout
There is on tho land Sawed Lumber sufficient to com?
plete all the buildings.
GLASS. TIN AND HARDWARE for all the buildings
except, the Paper Mill, The Water Power and all the ac?
cessories of this property are au h as to adapt it forfirst
class Cotton and Paper Factories, and capitalists ore
afforded a rare opportunity for a good investment.
Terms, which wUl be accommodating, will be made
known in a luture advert?s ment and on day of sale.
Further particulars may be obtained on application; >
B. F. EVANS, Esq., at thc Mill, or to
WABULAW & CAREW, auctioneers,
Corner Broad and State streets, Charleston, S. C.
March IS mwfl5 tul
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, at
No. 89 'King street, below Broad street.
Oners his services for the salo of MERCHANDISE it
day and night at his - store, also for the- sale of Stock,
Bonds, Real Estate, Vessels, Horses and Produce, .-lest
city 'references wUl be given. Consignments solidi td.
Terms moderate and guarantees satisfaction.
March 20 . Imo
FRI VATE SALES.
BY MILLIGAN ?C SON.
At Private Sale
TWO OPEN FLATS, about 60 feet long. IS feet beam j
-a 3X feet hold, and- nearly new. Apply as above at
March 28 fmw: ; : . No. 22 VENDUE RANGE.
.. Mouse and Lot in Blackville, S. C.
EY LOCIS D. DcSA?SSURJE. ...
i At Private Sale-' "
The three story HOUSE in Blackville, S. C., three doors
I from the railroad, on a brick basement, cnTiiaintng 8
rooms, with fire places.- On the premises ore a Kitchen
I and outhouse for a stable. The Lot measures 160 feet
I front by 200 feet deep. The stand is suitable for ct man
] of business.
Apply as above, at No; 23 BROAD STREET,
House and Lot in Blackville. S. C.
BY LOUIS D. DeSA?SSURK.
At Private Kale
The HOUSE AND LOT in Blackville, S. C., near tho
j S. C. Railroad, on a brick basement, containing 8 rooms,
I withfin places..-..: 2- -. - ,-.7 ' April2
BOOTS AfiD SHOEST
THE LATEST STYLES OP
i Boots and Shoes,
And are offered St' "the Iowept m'- iket prices by .
* 'V % .,".*'?"_. ?. O'NEILL dc SONS,
No. 375 KING STREET, near George,
arch 29 fmw2mos
ll ' RAILROADS?
I CHEKAW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD.
. -.1.2 SUPERINTENDENT'S 'OFFICE,'' "'1
.ii' .-' ;.?:-,'-i...OHBS*w.March 12,188T. / :
I /~\N ANT/ APTER THURSDAY NEXT, THE I4TH
\\J inst., the PASSENGER TRAINS on-thiar Road will |
I run as follows: ..' .'-<:-..
Leave Chentw:.....v.-........ '6.00 AM.
: Arrive Fl?-mee.;..-;. 9.00 A M.
; Leave J . ace,:-v?.?1... 0.00P.M.
Arriva '?. r?w......i^>'2ii?^....... 1L45P-M.
Paaaeage.- Jrom Charleston will leave by tho 1 P. M.
Train, to secure a dirac* connection with tho transit on
Lthis;B?ad::..'.;r. ... s. a. SOLOMONS,
March 13 ..'., ... . . ... .. Superintendent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD ; COMPANY. |
1 ' : SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, V
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VN AND AFTER THURSDAY., NEST, THE 14TH 1
J INSTANT,'the THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN on
I thia Road will leave Florence st 9.50 A. M.. and arrive at
Charleston, at 3.30 p. H. All other trains remain un?
changed..- as. SOLOMONS,
March. 13 ..ev . ...... Sur^ertotsndent.
^ TMA?SIII?E SHOPS.
MANUFACTURERS ?E?j '
ENGINE LATHES, PLANEES,
mPROVED CAE WHEEL BOXES,
1, ' BOLT CUTTERS,
... ... OTEIQST DEIEXS,
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.t?M*?:it' Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE ABD WASHROOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
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Timi ATTEND- XAV'BS? fOB?tusB.1 SALE AND,
j V? -SHTPMENT \io Foreign And Domestic Ports) 01
I COTTON.-B?CS. LUMBER AND HA YAL STORES. ?3
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UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE.
|aALK ON ACCOUNT ANI> tUSK OF roBMr.n I'OItCHASEIt.]
SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT-LN AD MIRALITT.
J)a Costa & Madan vs. Schooner Aid-Salas <fc Co.
v?i. Schootier Aid.
\V. Y. LEITCH & H. S. BKIXS, Auctioneers.
!!y virtue of ai) order of Ha c tome directed trom tile
Honorable tho Judge of the Distict Court of South
Carolina, in Admiralty, for thc District aforesaid, in tho
lbovo cases, I wilt excose for sole at public auction, on
Union Wharf, in tho port . t charleston, at 12 M..
THIS DAT, 3d of April:
Tho HULL OF THE SCHOONER AID, burthen about
157 tons. English measurement, and of ab ut 1C00 bar?
rels capacity, as she now lies on said wharf, together with
ul her tackle and apuarrl. consisting of Sails, Chains,
\nchors and Cables, Blocks, Furniture, Acc., as per in?
Conditions cash. -I. P. M. EPPING.
April 3 United States MorshaL
GUI Cornices. Furniture, &c., at Auction.
BY SMITH & MCGILLIVRAY,
No. 27 Broad street.
THIS DAY, at quarter po3t 10 o'clock, at their Office, will
2 Mahogany BEDSTEADS, 1 SOFA, Bureau, Wash?
stand, Cane Seat Chairs, Nursory Fender, large Office
Send your Furniture early. April 3
Horses. Muirs, Carls, ?tc. al Auction.
HY SMITH ?s; MCGILLIVRAY,
No. ;?7 Broad street.
M a quartor past lo o'clock. THIS MORNING, will bo
soldat their office.
SEVERAL HORSES AND MULES, 1 Furniture Cart, 1
Plantation Cart, new. 11. ood Dray. April 3
UNDER DECREE IN E0.1ITY.
The Home Loan and Building Association ta:
TO-MORROW, tho 4th April, 18G7, at ll o'clock, will
be sold at thc old Custom House, under tho direction
of tile undersigned,
AU that LOT OF LAND with the one story BRICK
BUILDING thereon, situate on the north sido of Market
street, between Meeting and Chnrch streets, and designa?
ted on a plat made by Robert K. Payne, in May, 1860,
'or the City Laud Company, by the No. C5, measuring on
Market street 22 tcet, and in depth 79 feet, bounding
South on Market street. East on Lot No. CG, North on Lot
So. 39, and West on Lot No. G4.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two oqual succes
live annual instalments, with Interest payable annually
"rom the day of sale; secured by the bond of the pur?
chaser, p:id mortgage of the premises. The building to
ie insured, and tho policy assigned.
Purchaser to pay for papers. J. W. GRAY,
April 3_wsgthl_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Tlie Ilome Loan and Building Association vs.
? McDonald, Administrator, et ai.
CO-MORROW, tho 4th April, 1867, at ll o'clock, wffl be
sold at thc Old Cust m House, under the direction ol
All that LOT, with the BuUdings erected, or in thu
course of erection, situate on Ashley street, city ol
Jhrrleston, known by the No. 8 in a plan of R. K. Paine
ji tho - June, 1854, duly recorded in the office of tho
Register Mosne Conveyance in Plat Book No. 1, pago 108,
neasuring in front on Ashley street 37 feet, and in depth
)U feet 8 inches, butting north on Lot No. 9 the proper
7 of Burke, east on Ashley street, south on Lot No. 7,
the property of Walter Cade, and west on land of Thomas
Terms-One-third cash; balance in two equal and suc?
cessive annual instalments, with intcrst payable annu?
ally from the day of salo, secured by tho bond of the pur?
chaser and mortgage of the premises. The buildings to
se insured and tho policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for papers. J. W. GRAY,
April S_ w3thl_Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EO.CITV.
Cheeseborough, vs. Exea?ors of Patton.
CO-MORROW, 4th of April, 1867. at ll o'clock, will be
sold at the Old Custom House, under tho direction of
Al Unat LOX No. 34, with large dwelling and extensive
mt-buildings thereon, situated on tho Northwest corner
if Laurens and Middle streets, measuring in front on
laurens street 94 feet 6 inches, and 64 feet wide on Mid
lie street, bc the said dimensions more or less.
The HOUSE and LOT No. 10. on tho East side ot
diddle street, measuring in front on Middlo street 71
ect, and in depth 76 feet, more or less. The Dwelling
ios six straight rooms, with double piazza. On the Lot
ire likewise a largo kitchen and sta!Te.
Tho vacant LOT No. 15 Btrresford street.
The vacant LOT No. 9 Hasel street.
The vacant LOT No. 1G4, East side of East Bay, corner
if Pritchard street
LOTS near Magnolia. \
Terms-One-fourth cash ; balaoee in one, two and
bree years, se ured by bond of the purchaser and mort?
age of tho premises and insurance of tho buildings,
rho policios to be assigned. Purchaser to pay for papers.
A more particular description to be given in a future
dvertisement. J. W. GRAY,
April 3_wSthl Master in Equity.
BY MILLIGAN di SCIN.
rn FRIDAY, 5th April, at tho Wharf in rear of new
Custom House, at ll o'clock, A. M., will be seid,
1 LOT PIG LEAD
1 lot Horse Shoes
1 lot Cotton (damaged)
1 lot WT ought Iron
1 lot Cast Iron.
March 28 8 thsmwf
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Gilchrist, Trustee, vs. Michael McNamara.
)n TUESDAY, the 9th April next, at ll o'clock, at the
Old Custom House, under the direction of the under?
signed. will be sold.
All that LOT OF LAND, situate on the South sida ot
Fudith street, near the corner of Elizabeth street, and
mewn in Purcell's Plat as part of C, No. 1, measuring in
rout on Judith street forty-three feet,* and in depth two
randrcd and fifty feet, more or less, with a small Wooden
Terms.-One-half cash; balance in ono and two years,
tecurod by bond or the purchaser, with interest, payable
mnnally, and mortgage of the premises. Purchaser to
>ay for papers. J. W. GRAY,
March 20_wStnl Master in Equity.
UNDER DECREE IN EQUITY.
Murray et. ta. vs. condy et. a>.
3n TUESDAY, the 9th April next, at ll o'clock, will be
sold, at the Old Custom House, under tho direction of
AU that LOT OF LAND, with the Two Story Dwelling
Souse and ont-but; die gs thereon, recessed on the East
?ide of Meeting street, between John and Ann streets,
>pposite*Eaglo Engine House, measuring in front 40 feet;
the same on the back linc, and in depth 182 feet 4 inches.
Bounding West on Meeting street, to the East on Lands
yt Honour, North on lands of Mrs. Glenn, and South on
lands of Davis.
Terms-One-third cash; balance in one, two and three
years, with interest at the rate of seven per cent, per
innnm. payable semi-annually, secured by the bond ot
the purchaser and mortgage of the premises; the build?
ings to be insured and the policy assigned. Purchaser
to pay for papers. J. W. GRAY.
March 20 w3tul . Mastsr in Equity.
A. S. HULL, Ag't.,
HAS REMOVED TO NO. 70 BROAD STREET.
BETWEEN MEETING" AND CHURCH-STS,.
Where cab be . found a choleo assortment of CLOTHS.
CASSTMEBES and VESTINGS of every variety, for
;enttcmen's wear, which he ia prepared to "make to
arder at .the lowest cash prices.
M. JNO. T. FLYNN (formerly of O. D. Carr A Co.),
tv?l give his, attention to the Tailoring Department and
to NAVY and ARMY UNIFORMS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FURNISHING GOODS.
January 17 . 3mos i
" . CLOTHING V; v:'.
?VTOW BEADY, AT FROM ?18 TO $25 PER SUIT, ALL
ly complete, and MADE AT HOME exclusively by
SOUTHERN HANDS TN THE CITY OF"CHABLESTON,'
"(.C. The undersigned begs leave to -Inform bis friends
that he is receiving about SOO snits, made from itn'gH?>?
material, and imported direct by HENEY TRENCHARD,
Esq., importar of British Woollens, No. 19 Exchange
street An early call ia requested by '.;"?>' '.' "
WM. MAXHIESSEN, Agent, bi ;
No. 219 King street, between Market and Princess.
March 7 , Imo -
CAMM, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS ? AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
A MERIGAN EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS 65, 67, 69
J\_ and 61, Hudson street, near Duane, Hew York. j3
. - -, W. H. WHITFORD.
JT. B. VAN WAGENEN. ."
December 10 6mo - " A. T. HAMILTON._
WHOtJCSAlS AKTJ TttTATT. PBAIXB Sf ?
CLOTHS, WSSIMERES; MB MTIM,
GEFSTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
NTo; 35 BRO??? STREET
January 23 Cmos CHARLESTON. 8. C.
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