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MONDAY; MORNING, APRIL 8, 18C7. ~
We are continually receiving communications on
] oldies! and other matters from persons who do
Lot attach their proper names to the articles sent;
Cud we toko this occasion of repeating that nothing
t m be published in THE DAILY NEWS without
Laing indorsed by some responsible individual.
Ar AN ADJOURNED MEETING of the Manon Fire
Engine Company, held at their hall on the evening
? f the 6th instant, Captain*J. H. STFJNMEYER was
unanimously elected President, vice F. E. MICHEL,
WEhave.reoeived from Mr. F. C. VOOLEB, of the
Central News Depot, 108 Market street, between
King and Meeting streets, late copies of ike Hound
TaUe, Stools Zeitung.md Belletristisches Journal,
together.with the New York dailies, for all of which
favors he will please accept our sincero thanks.
GOVERNOR WORTH OF NORTE CAROLINA.-This
gentleman arrived in the city on Saturday, having
been invited here by General SICKLES. He comes,
it is understood, to confer with the General con?
cerning the present state of affairs in North Caro
hna. On arriving at tba Northeastern Railroad
Depot, he was met by a portion of General
SICKLES' staff, and escorted to the General's resi?
dence, where he will remain a guest during his
RELIEF FOR THE SOUTH.-The destitution now
prevalent throughout the South has excited
wide-spread sympathy throughout the country.
Even California has responded to the call, and
exerting herself to aid the suffering and starving
people of the Sonth.
San Francisco dates of April 2d say :
The bankers and merchants of this city assem?
bled last night to devise means to assist the desti?
tute people of the Southern States. They agreed
1 hat a public meeting should be called at an early
day and speakers invited to address it. Funds are
to be cottee tedand remitted to James M. Brown,
Treasurer of the New York Association.
THE STEAMSHIP, LODQNA.-This large steamer,
Tinder command of Captain HOVEY, rrrived yester?
day from New'York, and drew to Union Wharves
? quite a number of spectators, as she steamed up
K the harbor about noon, attracted possibly by her
size and appearance. She is English built, of iron
throughout and ship rigged, with heavy spars, and
looks as though she would spread a great amount
of canvas, which most of our coasting steamers
are not much troubled with. The Lodona has
largo cargo "capacity and fine cabin accommoda?
tions for a limited number of passengers, and will
be dispatched to New York by Messrs. COURTENAY
& TRENHOLM in a day or two.
1HEN STEAM SHIP MANHATTAN.-This superior
side wheel steam-ship of the Naw York and Charlea
ten steam ship line, sailed from here, oa Sunday
morning? at \8 o^locfc Tor N?w York,' ?ftrijnng '968
packages- of Cotton, Rice, Rosin,' &c\,'in freight;
and over 50 passengers. This speaks weill for the
prospects of the new line and gives assur?
ance of future success. -The Manha?an will sail
again from New York for this port on Saturday,
the 18th inst*, and VL 3 splendid sida wheel steam?
ship Champion will follow on ." Saturday the 20th
inst., and continue through'tho summer, thus
forming a weekly line of HTB t-class side wheel steam
ships under tho command of able and experienced
seamen. ' ' " 4 ' ?
MESSRS. E. SCOTT & Co,-A rush ofcxmolina has
occurred for the last few weeks at Messrs. E. SCOTT
& Co's dry goods store" in King street, near Mar
r5 tot. The announcement ruado some' timeback
that they had opened-a ?superior assortment of
spring goods, excited general attention, and in?
duced numbers to see if it was as stated. We are
assured by those who have visited this establish?
ment that it is perfect, au.1 ono visit will soon
cause the purse strings to be loosened. The ladies
always know where the best articles aro tobe obtain?
ed and at the oheapest rates, and, from personal ob?
servation, we can say that the crowds who daiiy
frequent Messrs. SCOTT & Co. 's are 8a tis a ed of these
important facts, and evince no desire to extend
their search. . -
?INTERRSTTNG-SER VICES.-It was our privilege yes?
terday morning to be present in Grace Church
a nd. wita ( BS the rite of confirmation administered
by Right Rev.'THOMAS DAVIS, D. D., Bishop of this
Diocese. There were some twenty-five catechu?
mens to receive this ordinance. The Bishop's fee?
ble health, his blindness, and" his manifest zeal
and earnestness, made the occasion moro than or
- dinarily impressive. He was assisted by the Pas?
tor, Rev. C. C. PTNCKNEY, w^o preached a discourus
appropriate to tho day. .
The , new organ, of which we. spoke? kat
week ' at some length, is a great success, and,
we believe, gives general satisfaction. In the hands
of Prof. BERKHAM, it is made to give forth its soft?
est notes, and with the really fine. voices of the
^~ choir,: this part of public worship is heartily joined
' in and enjoyed by the entire congregation.
FOREIGN CLEARANCES.-There was cleared from
the Custom Blouse, h er o, ou Saturday last, the ship
B. & Kimball, of near.twelve hundred tons, with
3969 bales of cotton. This ship was employed in
the cotton trade in the Gulf before the war, and
just before coming- to thi? port she made a voyage
from New York to San Francisco; from there to the
Chincha; Islands, where a>.3 loaded guano for
Hampton Roads, her freight for this last amount?
ing to about ,$86,000 in gold, and her freight from
here to Liverpool will be over $20,000. Messrs.
STREET BROS. & CO. were her agents at this point.
There will also be cleared today the brig Susan E.
Voorhls, with 126 bales Sea Island and 933 bales
Upland Cotton. The Voorhis is a very superior
brig commanded by Captain FULFORD, a North
Carolinian by birth, and a competent officer. She
was loaded through Messrs. WILLIS & CHISOLM.
FEW AND FAR BETWEEN are white marks in on
editor's calendar. Plenty of midnight lamp but
very little sunshine falls to his lot. He is not one
of those fortunate mortals, who are born with a
silver spoon in their mouth. If he is at all endowed
with such a culinary implement, we suspect it will
be forbid, upon close mquiry, that his spoon is of
^ pewter or iron. But for this very reason he is all
the more able to appreciate the kindness and sym?
pathy sometimes accorded to him by his more
thoughtful readers and subscribers. It is our good
fortune to-day to be able to record such a happy
episode. A fair friend from Yance's Ferry Bent us
a pair of socks, an elegant specimen of the work
of her dainty hands. She has our thanks for this
t moly present, and oar promise that ne will wear
the socks sedulously, and think of her much and
EXTENSION OF RAILROAD.-The Camden branch
of the South Carolina Railroad, which was torn
up and destroyed daring the war, was subsequent?
ly rebuilt, but the travel being greater on the main
roads to Columbia and Augusta, the rails were re?
moved and used to lay those routes. Since their
completion the company have again turned their
attention to their different branches, and the work
on the Camden line was re-commenced, and has
progressed bravely since. The long trestles have
' been repaired, and only a few miles now remain to
belaid. Byan advertisement published, it will
be seen that the cars now run to Boykin's Turnout,
and ah freight intended for Camden should be di?
rected to that station. The South Carolina Rail?
road has labored under many disadvantages, but
the work of reconstruction has never faltered, and
a few months labor will suifice to close every break
and pat the road in complete running order to its
MAYOR'S COURT, April 6.-An individual who was
reported for measuring and inspecting lumbe
without a proper license from Council, was fined
Three boys, white and colored, who had been de?
tected in throwing bricks in the street, were fined
A female from the North, who was delightfully
tight on one of the wharves, and came near going
overboard, which would have supplied her with
more water than was good for her wholesome, was
charged $5 for being cored for.
An individual who hod been indulging in some?
thing excessively strong, and who threw hiB hat in
the street and requested the policeman to take it
to the Guard House and make fivo dollars, and
when he found tho officer would not acquiesce, be.
haved so unbecoming as to be carried there bun
self, was fined $10. ^
An anti-temperance colored schoolmaster from
the country, who was on the lookout for o Florida
steamer, with his back to the ground, was fined $5,
and advised not to look so high hereafter.
A pereon who attempted to drive his vehicle
through Hampstead VpU, against the remon
^strancea of the policeman placed on duty there to
Prevent such occurrences, was fined $5.
I PE?SONAL.-.'W. C. PRIME, Esq., editor of the Now
York Journal of Commerce, and well known as an
author and lecturer, is in tho city and stopping at
the Charleston Hotel.
TICKETS for the Grand Charitable Presentation
Concert, to take place in Baltimore on the SOth of
April, can be had by applying at once at the
WE have received a communication calling the
attention of the city authorities to the piesont con?
dition of ROGERS' Alley, in the Upper Wards. This
alley is represented as the dark spot in that sec?
tion, and being very narrow, a light is essential for
tho security of_both life and limb.
THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.-The City Registrar,
has kindly sent ns a copy of his Annual Report to
City Council. It comprises " a Return of DeathB,
with a classification of the Disease, Age, Sex,
Status, and Nativity of each ease, for the year
ending December SI, 186G ; together with Abstracts
of the Barometer, Thermometer, Dew Point, Winds
and Weather at Charleston, S. C., for the Bame
period ; also the annual Report of the Health De?
Tho foregoing title will givo our readers some
idea of the vast fund of information, to be gottfer
ed from the pages of this pamphlet.
We have neither the time nor space to consider
this interesting maBS of statistics in all its many
suggestive bearings, and therefore propose to give
only a summary of its figures, Tho number of
deaths from small pox, during the early months of
1866, were 87 whites and 239 colored ; all of these
occurred before August last, since which time
there has been no small pox in the city. We find
4 deaths of whites, and none of colored, sat down
to Breakbone fever ; 21 whites to congestion, and
24 to Typhoid Fever ; while of colored peo ple inere
are reported 5 cases of congestive, and S4 of Ty?
phoid, from Hooping' Xkragh killed 2 whites and
ll colored, ll deaths of whites and 22 of colored
are set down to " debility," and while there are
only 17 deaths reported from dropsy among whites,
there are 71 of colored. There were 38 deaths
from convulsions among negroes and only 17 among
whites ; 23 deaths of white infants from lockjaw,
while there were 49 of colored from that cause,
26 death of colored persons are put down from
"neglect ;" 56 from old age, while there are only
14 whites who were certified to have died because
of old age. One of the headings in these printed
reports, as a cause of death is " want of vitality.''
In this the white man and the black seem to stand
very much alike. There were 15 of the former and
17 of the latter.
The entire number of deaths in Charleston dur?
ing the past year was 607.whites, and 1164 colored.
Total 1771. Of these 1013 were natives of Charles?
ton, 485 natives of this State ; HO natives of the
United States, and 163 were foreigners. Dr. PEL
ZEE, the Registrar, estimates the entire population
of tile oify at 35,000 ; the rate of immortality,
therefore, during the past.year was (5006) a little
over 5 per cent, or one in 19,774. The largest
number of deaths among whites was in August,
when it was 77 ; and the least in January and De?
cember, in each of which it was only SO. Among
the negroes the mortality was largest in March,
when it was 147, and least : tn November, when it
fell to 57.
When we come to examine the ages in the mor?
tuary reports, we find that, as usual, infants under
one year old form the largest class. There were
112 such last year among the whites, and 234
among the colored. From one to five years there
were 90, and 158 colored. From twenty to thirty
there were 60 whites and 135 colored. The great
longevity of the African has been long proverbial,
and this table forms no exception to what we have
for years been hearing. We here find that while,
only 29 whites were buried last year between the
ages of 70 and 80, there were 58 colored ; from 80
to 90 there were ll whites and 37 colored ; from SO
to 100 2 whites and 17 colored. There were no '
whites over 100 years, while we find six colored in
diridualB who had claimed this long tale of years.
The total number of cases treated'in the Health
Department during 1866 was 9,095, of this number
4,141 were whiteB, and -4,953 were colored, and
total num" jr of deaths in the department of all
classes 494. Of these 121 were whites, and 373
_ \ There is, aa we stated at the outset, a vast deal
in these tables, meriting close attention on the
part of the statesman, the philosopher and the
physician. But for the present We must bid adieu
to the interesting pamphlet.
CLACSSEN'S GRAIN ELEVATOR.-LU common with
'many of our fellow-citizens, we have for some time
had our eyes directed to the extensive improve?
ments that were in progress in a port of our city,
that sadly stood in need of such transformation.
We mean the new buildings erected by Mr. F. W.
CLATJSSEN, on State, Cumberland and Philadelphia
streets ; and inasmuch as this is the first introduc?
tion into this city of the Grain -Elevator, a brief
outline of its history and character may here not
be out of place.
About eleven years ago the first Grain Elevator
ever built in the West was erected in Chicago. It
owed its origin to the absolute necessity of reduc?
ing the cost ol' hand?ng and transportation, in the
shipment of grain, felt by the large operators in
breadstuns. Prior to the war, when there was a
surplus, corn ' not unfrequently was sold at ton
conto a bushel ; and many instances, have been
known, in Illinois, where the farmers have prefer?
red to use their corn as fuel, rather than to throw
it on an overstocked market, where it would bring
nothing. The utility and value of the first'Eleva?
tor in Chicago were at once acknowledged, and the
projectors were rewarded with a great increase of
business, by reason of the knowledge, on the part
of the dealers, of its economy and success. Soon
other Elevators wero required, until at the present
time there are no less than fifteen first-class Ele?
vators in Chicago.
With this positive proof of the usefulness of tho
institution, we congratulate our community upon
the fact that our inventive and enterprising fellow
citizen Mr. F. W. CLATJSSEN, hos erected a simi?
lar establishment in this city. We hope this will
be merely the forerunner of many kindred enter?
priser we shall expect to see shortly go into ope?
ration in this good old city of ours.
To Mr. CLAUSSEN is due tho honor of having put
up the first Elevator in the South. To this purpose
ho has devoted bi? time, hu labor, and his capi?
tal, and we earnestly hope that its success may
even far surpass his most sanguine expectations.
The Elevator and the Street Railway, are the two
best evidences we can show that we are not stag?
nating, but on the contrary, there is life in the old
bind yet. Mr. CLAUSSEN will give his personal at?
tention to the management of the establishment.
Tho Elevator is located in the most central busi?
ness locality of Charleston, at the corners of State,
Cumberland and Philadelphia streetB, only ono
block from the wharves, whore vessels of the
largest draft can discharge their cargoes. Its
towering height, seven stories, make it an object
of unusual interest in the city, where such lofty
structure are few os yet. Its capacity of two hun?
dred thousand bushels, is divided in different bins
of a depth of fifty-five feet.
Grain is lifted ft om tho vessels into a reservoir,
from which carts expressly arranged for tho pur?
pose draw their loads. Arriving at the Elevator,
they drop it into a pit, from which it is fitted by
machinen' into a scalo, which weighs fifty bushels
at a time. After being weighed it is again dropped
into a pit to be again elevated into tho respectivo
For delivering grain, it is weighed and baggod,
with one scale at the late of 20 bushels per
As New Orloans is also about to erect an Ele?
vator on shore, as well as a floating ono, which is
now being built at St. Louis, whence it will be
brought down the river to New Orleans, grain can
then bo landed and laid down in store all thc way
from the great granaries of the West in the most
economical manner, without being subject to ex?
pense and delay because of frozen-up canals ; and
grain can be kept any length of time, no matter in
what condition it is received.
Mr. CLAUSSEN informs us that tho Elevator is
now completed, working to his entire satisfaction,
and that he will be pleased to exhibit its operation
to the public to-day (Monday), between 10 A. M.
and 2 P. M. Many of om citizens, we feel sure,
will avail themselves of this cordial invitation to
examine so interesting an establishment.
A WORD of consolation to all who Buffer from
disease of the Lungs. MARSDEN'S PECTORAL BALM
bas been tried in nearly a million cases, always
giving relief, and in the majority of instances
effecting a cure. As each bottle is accompanied
with a guarantee, sufferers may rest assured of
the results. For sole by all druggists.
DOWJJE & MOISE, Agents.
GOODRICH, WLNEMAN & CO., Agents.
It you want cheap Blank Books;
If you want choap Stationery, Envelopes, Pa?
per, (tc.; or, MILLERS' Almanac; "
If you want Printing executed neatly;
If you want Booka bound in any style, or Account
Books mado to order, with any desired pattern ol
ruling, go to HIRAM HARRIS, NO. 59 Brood street.
Auction Sales This Day.
BOWERS k SILCOS will sell this day, at storo No. 78
Broad street, under Carolina Hotel, at ll o'clock, fine
J. & YT. KNOX will sell this day, at their Bales-rooms,
No. 138 Meeting strict, opposite Pavilion Hotel, at 10
o'clock, di y goods, &e.
WiLuuit k SON will sell this day, at their sales-rooms,
corner State and Chalmer's streets, at 10 K o'clock, stock
of a country ?tore.
The best Dyspeptic Bitters now in use are PANKNTN'B
Hepatic Bitters. They never fail to give relief. Try a
bottle, and be convinced. For sale by all Druggists, m
Mr. W. Miller says :
PITTSBURGH, September *, 1866.
Messrs. Hosietter k Smith,
GENTS: I think I am only doing the part of a good
citizen when I testify to the great benefits received by
me from the use of your Stomach Bitters during the
last five years. Sojourning for a time in the oil regions,
in 1861,1 had a sevore bilious attack, which, in connec?
tion with dyspepsia, loft me in a very weak condition.
I was advised to try your Bitters, and, having procured
a bottle, found that they worked like a charm upon me,
eight pounds having boen added to my weight In the
space of ono week, and new life seemed to have been in?
fused into my syntom, so much so, that I have been in?
duced to use them every summer since that time. As a
tonic, I think th'.y are invaluable.
This Bummer, having had a similar attack, (and as be?
fore, much reduced,) although under the treatment of
an A No. 1 physician, 1 was again obliged to have re?
course to the old Bitters, and with the same good re?
sult, having gained six pounds within a few days. I
purchased a half dozen bottles a few weeks since, and
purpose to use them regularly as a tonic.
Wishing you every success, I remain
April 8 6 WILLIAM MILLER.
Free to Everybody.
A Large C pp. Circular, giving information of the
greatest importance to the young of both sexes.
It teaches how the homely may become beautiful, the
despised respected, and the forsaken loved.
No young lady or gentleman should fail to send their
' address, and receive a copy post-paid, by return mail.
Address P. 0. Drawer, 21,
March 30 .' lyr Troy, N. Y.
HEAR REASON ! ~~
STRENGTHEN THE DEFENCES I
When a garrison apprehends an attack from an outside
enemy, what does it do ? It STRENGHTENS THE DEFEN?
CES. The human sys tem, at this period of the year, is
beleaguered by morbid influences. The atmosphere is
full of them. Every change of weather lays the feeble
open to their attacks. What 1B to be done rn order to
baffle these unseen, but ever active foes ? STRENGTHEN
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ple-the means within the reach of all : Reinforce the
vital organs and the nervous system wiih HOSTET?
TER'S BITTERS. Tone the stomach, regulate the bow?
els, rouse tho sluggish H vor, cheer the spirits, enrich
and purify the vital current, with HOSTETTER'S BIT?
TERS. Thai's tho way to STRENGTHEN THE' DEFENCES,
and render the capital of health impregnable. If you
wish to escape bilious headache, inte: mi tient fever, indi?
gestion, and nervous visitations-to enjoy, hi all its
pentitude, the blessing of " a sound mind in a sound
body," uso this incomparable preventive and restora?
tive. It preserves health in tho healthy,'and renews it
in the weak and ailing.
Know thy Destiny.
MAPiiot E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrolo?
gist, Clairvoyant and Psychometrloian, who has aston?
ished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now lo?
cated herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame THOM TON pos?
sesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to ena?
ble her to impart knowledge of the greatest irrrportance
to the single or married of cither sex. While In a state
of trance, she delineates the very features of the person
jon are to marry, and by the aid of an Instrument of in?
tenso power, known as tho Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wife
of the applicant, together with date of marriage, position
In life, leading traite of character, Ac. This is no hum?
bug, as thousand of testimonials can assert She will
send, whee desired, a certified certificate, or written
guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By
enclosing a small lock of hair, and steting place of birth,
age, disposition and complexion, and enclosing fifty cents
a?d stamped envelope addressed to yourself, you will re?
ceive the picture and desired information by return mail.
All communications sacredly confidential Address, in
confidence, Madame E. F. THORNTON, P. ?. Box 223,
Hudson, N. Y. ly March 80
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON.
THE FIRST SESSION OF THIS INSTITUTION FOB
the year 1867, will open Monda]/,- April 16th. Can?
didates for admission win present themselves at the Pre?
sident's Room at 9 A M. on that day.
JOHN Mo- HADY,
Apr?8 1_Acting Secretavy Faculty.
TEE THOROUGHBRED STALLION
TITTLE MARE THE SPRING SEASON AT THE MILLS I I
YV HOUSE STABLES, Chalmers street, at $20 tho
season, with privilege of returning any mare, that may I
not prove in fool, the following season. "SANTEE" bra
sorrel stallion, 7 years old, 15% hands high. Sired by
Garret Davis, dam by Shark. He was raised by Colonel
Alston. 1_April 8
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BOOKS, PAP-'-R, ENVELOPES, BLANKS, BLANK
Books, Pictures, Engravings and Instruments, at
The subscriber having determined to retire from busi?
ness, presents to the public the opportunity of purchas?
ing BOOKS, STATIONARY and Fancy Goods, at half |
price. Bibles, Prayers, Testamente, tn variety and stee,
Hymn Books of all denominations, Novels, Travels, Bi?
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Gardening, Cooking and Sporting WorkB, Note Paper 91
to $2 60 ream, Lotter and Cap Paper, at $2 50 to 83 ream.
Envelopes at 82 and $2 60 per thousand. Come and
avail yourselves of the pr?sent opportunity.
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April 8_1_No. 882 King street
COMMISSIONERS OF MARKETS.
ESTIMATES WILL BE RECEIVED FOR BUILDING
a CISTERN at the Upper Wards Market
Proposals to be handed in on or before the 20th inst
April <; _Chief Clerk.
ASWEEPSTAKE RACE, OPEN TO ALL BOATS UN?
DER TEN TONS measurement, will take place on
Tuesday, the 9th instant, at 2 o'clock P. M. Persons de?
sirous of entering wiU deposit entrance fee with A. O.
STONE, No. 155 East Bay, who will fut nish all necessary
information. r> April 4
-VTOT1CE TO DISCHARGED SOLDIERS
Jj\ AU soldiers who have left their coses in my hands
are requested to send their address to this office, as I am
now paying them. I nave some two hundred cases on
hand awaiting claimants. Call or send your address to
First Regular U. S. Chum Office, No. 160 Meeting street
T. HURLEY, Chai leeton, S. O., Agent.
N. B-All claims against the U. S. Government col?
JU8T RECEIVED FROM MADAME DEMOREST THE
DRESS MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Cloaks, Basques, kc, made io order.
Country crders filled promptly.
MISS L\ J. BONNER,
Broad street next east of Mansion House.
April 2_ Imo
NOTICE.-JUNK SHOP KEEPERS, AND
ALL PERSONS ENGAGED, AND WHOSE LICENSE
have expired, aro hereby notified to call at my office
aud vwsw the same immediately. W. H. SMITH,
Ap .JU_lt)_Clerk of Council.
S~\VFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL-THE FOLLOWING
\J clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies for the ye ir 1867," ls published for the information
ol persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who oro
not residents of this city. Ah such persons ore hereby
notified to report at this office.
"Three dollars oa every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city by persons not residents, by sample or
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
March 8 _Clerk of Council.
F. M. BURDELL,
WILL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PURCHASE
and salo of MERCHANDISE OF ALL KINDS.
Office at the corner of BROAD AND EAST BAY
STREETS, in basement of State Bank, whoro samploa
may bc seen.
REFERENCES-Mr. C. M. Furman, Mr. Theodore D.
W^^uer, Messrs. John Fraser k Co., Messrs. Mordecai k
Co., Messrs. W. C. Dukes & Co., Messrs. Gourdin,
MatUiiesscn & Co., Charleston, S. C.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
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4- 4 Long Cloth. 20, 25, 30,35 cents
0,10 and 11-4 SheetingB
9,10 and 11-4 Linen Sheetinga-cheap
Pillow Linens-all prices ? ,
Bird Eye Diapers-all prices
Russia Diapers-all price?)
Scotch Diapers-all prices
Huok Diapers-all prices
Crash, 11 ?4, 20 and 25 cents
Bleached Damask Cloths
8- 4 Bleached Table Damask
'6-4 and 8-4 Brown Table Damask
Colored Table Damask
Worsted Table and Piano Covers.
GRENADINES AND LENOS
Crape Maretz t ,
English Bareges-plain and figured
Melanges and Poplins, for Travelling Dresses
Colored French Printed Organdies
Colored Printed Jaconet and Lawns
Per?ois and Chambrays
Solid Colored French Cambrics and Lawns
Black Be rege and Crape Juaretz
8-4 Block Be rage, for Shawls
84 Black Grenadine
Black Bombazines, all qualities
Black Tamise Cloth
Black and Colored Hilka.
With a variety of other Gooda, which will be offered at
low prices, at
STOLL, WEBB & HO.,
No; 287 King Street,
BANCROFT'S OLD STAND.
JACONETS, COTTON CAMBRICS
Nainsook and Mull Muslins
Bishop acd Victoria Lawns
Plaid and Stripe Swiss
Plaid and Stripe C?mbrica
Plaid and Stripe Nainsooks
French Muslins s.
Muslin Edgings and Insortings
Cambric Edgings and In Beranga
Thread Edgings andlnsertings
Valencine Edgings and Inserttngs
Linen Edgings and Inserttngs
Maltese Lace Collars, in variety
Swiss and Cambric Collars, in variety
Linen Collars and Cuffs
Ruante' Bodies and Robes.
Wit ia completo assortment of all other Gooda lathe
LL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Street.
WE WOULD CALL PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO
our stock of HOSIERY, which we would offer at
nuoh lower prices than formerly:
LADIES' WHITE COTTON HOSE
Ladies' Open Work Hose
Ladies' Black and Slate Hose
Gents' Half HOBO in Brown and White
Misses' White Cotton Hose in variety
Boy's Half-Hose in variety.
LADLE 5' BLACK, WHITE AND COLORED KID
Ladies' Lisle and Silk Gloves
Gents' lisio and Suk Gloves
Lace Mitts-in variety
Ladies' Buck Gauntlets
Gents' Buck Gloves
Misses' Lisle and Silk Glpves
Misses' Lace Mitta
With a full assortment of all Goods in our line at low
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
No. 287 King Street.
BRITISH SUMMER CLOTHS,
IMPORTED DIRECT FROM ENGLAND.
OAAH YARDS. FOR SALE LOW BY
a\J\J\J HENRY TRENCHARD,
No. 19 Exchange street, Charleston, So. Ca.
March 12 Imo
BEST SIX-CORD CABLED
JOHN & HUGH AUCHINCLOSS,
SOLE AGENTS IN NEW YORK.
March 6 wfm20
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON.
CAPITAL.810,000,000 IN GOLD.
GIBBES & CO., Agents,
NO. 10 ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF.
December 7 mwflyr
Oh I abo was beautiful and fair,
With ? tarry eyes, and radiant hair,
Whose curling tendrils, soft entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Curling the Hair of either Sex iuto Wavy
and Glossy Ringlets or Heavy Massivo
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADIES AND GENTLE?
MEN can heautily themselves a thousand-fold.
It ls the only article in the world that will curl straight
hak, and at the some time give it a beautiful, glossy ap?
pearance. Tho Crisper Coma not only curia the hair, but
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses it; is highly and de?
lightfully perfumed, and is tho most complete article of
tho kind ever offered to the American public. The
Crisper Coma will be sont to any address, sealed und
postpaid for $1.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARK k CO., Chemists,
No. 3 Weat Fayette street? Syracuse. N. Y.
March 30 _lyr
ASSISTANT ASSESSOR'S OFFICE, )
UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE, j
No. 64 Broad, corner Church street )
KETURNS OF ANNUAL TAXES FOR YEAR 1??6,
will be received at this Ofllce for Division 2, com?
prising WardB 1, 2, and that part of 4 west of Coming
and south of Calhoun street, until 15th of April next, cx
eopt where parties receive notice; in such casca Returns
must be rendered within ten days from date thereof, ac?
cording tc law.
HST Ofllce hours from 12 to 3 P. M.
JOH li B. EPPLEY,
March 19 24 Assistant Assessor, 2d Division.
WM H. GILLlLAfiD & IS,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
OFFICE NO. 33 HAYNE STREET.
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGER?.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
30th of each month. Scheme, 32,000 tickets-527
prizes. Whole tickets, $12; halves, $6; quarters, $3;
eighths, $1 50.
1 Prize of.$50,000 2 Prizes of.$5,000
1 Prize of.$20,000 29 Prizes o?.$1.000
1 Prize of..$8,000 63 Prizes ol.$400
1 Prize of.$7,000 155 Prizes of. 1200
220 Prizes of S5125.
64 Approximation Prizes amounting to $9,900.
Combination Lottery draws ovory day. Tickets from
$1 to $10.
Circulera sent lree. Drawings maded as soon sa thc
Lottery la drawn.
&Vu-<?9? li. T. ''RS. rjmtc-j ?tue; License! airent,
Sx .n _ase? 3i:ee<, uh~rie3ipu,S. ... ;.._>*. dox.rj 1,0. j
February 20_ _3mo
AUGUSTINE T. SM THE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOLICIT?. IN EQUITY,
Has removed his Office f om No. 4 to No. ' Bread street
OVER BANK OF THE STATE.
Collections in the City and throughout the State
promptly attended to. tufrn 3* April 2
ACARGO OP THE ABOVE GUANO HAVING JOST
arrived from McKean's Island, I am prepared to
furnish lt to Planters, either for cash at $55 per ton of
2000 pounds, or $65, payable first November, with inter?
est at 7 per cent, approved city acceptance. Pamphlete,
with fult directions as to its application, and certificates
of Planters who have used lt also analysis of Professor
Shepard and others, can bs had at my office.
J. N." ROBSON,
March 29_fmwlmo_No. 62 East Bay.
ALLEN & NEEDLES'
THE GREAT SUBSTITUTE FOB
WE MAKE NO CONCEALMENT OF ITS PRINCI?
PAL COMPONENTS, viz: ANIMAL MATTER,
m IR. WOOL, ACED, PHOSPHATE OF LIME, and
FINELY GROUND BONES.
Evory day bringa additional evidences of its superiori?
ty. Those who have used it know ita great value, and
buy it again. This ls the best and only proof we would
wish as to its excellence. :
It ispaeked in good strong barrels.
Fifty dollars cash ; time price $55, one-quarter cash,
and three-quarters lor approved city factors' acceptance,
with interest at the rato of seven per cent per annum
from the date of purchase, payable January 15th, I860,
with current rate of exchange.
Parties wishing to purchase large amounts can be sup?
plied direct from the works, j
MACBETH & RAVENEL,
Corner ot* Bast Bay and Exchange Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING
Allen & Needles' Amraoniatcd Fertilizer.
A small handful in the hill; mix or cover slightly with
earth, and drop the seed. When the corn ia fairly up,
apply a little around the plant and cover with the Culti?
vator or hoc.
250 pounds sown broadcast and harrowed in.
About 800 pounds in the rows or drills, mixing with the
FOR WHEAT OS RTE.
300 to 500 pounds per acre, according to the character
of the soil, ploughed or harrowed in. ?t
200 to 250 pounds in the fall or early In the aprihg.
100 to 200 pound s per acre applied to the plant is suffi?
cient to insure a heavy yield. Tho Fertilizer will bring
i crop into market two weela sooner than any other ma?
nure._Imo " March 8
SEA FOWL GUANO.
ANALYSES OF THIS GUANO SHOW IT TO BE
equal to PERUVIAN in Fertilising Properties,,
though differing ia the proporciona of the same elemento.
The SEA FOWL GUANO contains lees Ammonia, but has
16 per cent of Soluble Phosphate and nearly double the
quantity of Phosphate of Lime, Which, with the Ammonia
present, makes, lt superior to Peruvian as au .early, crop
producer, arid a more lasting Fertilizer.' .?'
Pamphlete containing full Information furnished by
the Agenta. WM. L. BRADLEY,,
- Sole Manufac turo r, Boston, Maas.
BEING AGENTS FOR THE ABOVE GUANO, WE ARE
desirous of disposing of an amount of it to those
who will give it a fair trial and report its value.
RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
. . . Corner East Bay and Accommodation Wharf.
ALLEN & NEEDLES* FERTILIZER
f AA BBLS. OF THE ABOVE WELL KNOWN FER
uUU TILTZBR expected per steamer from PMlv
delpbia. . . ?
All unfilled orders win be supplied direst from steamar.
MACBETH k RAVENEL, Sole Agenta.
March 28_ v -. j
TO BICE PLANTEES.
P. V. STAATS & Co's.
IMPROVED RICI DRILL. |
rpHESE DRILLS HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY
JL tested and approved by responsible parties, and are
strongly recommended to Ute attention of Rice Plantera,
. RISLEY k CREIGHTON,
Agenta, cor. Eaat Bay and Accommodation Wharf. ?
March 26 ; -
^jgjfc BEAUT Y .- Auburn, Sif?k
JD Golden, Flaxen, and B^Sh
?F? St B?ken CURLS produced by & V?MB
Jfi the uso of Professor DE- Wm. jH|
M&LjUk BREUX'S FSI8EE LE ^ES Bf
y^a?MCHEVEUX. One applic?- ^Ar^V^
JHV^_WK^ tion warranted to curl the 4*jPEfig3x>
i moat straight and stubborn?.v|T
bair of either sex into wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
curia. Hos been used by the fashionables of Paris and
London, with tbo moat gratifying-, resulta. Does no in
Say to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, $L
escriptivo circulars mailed free. Address BERGER,
8HUTT8 b CO., Chemists. No. 286River street Troy, N.
Y., Bole Agents for the United States.
March 80 ly . .
GIVE IT A FAIR TRIAL.
mHIS SOAP REQUIRES ONLY TO BE USED TO
X prove ita superior quality. Use it aa you would
any common Soap. Try lt and you will bo convinced
that lt ls superior to any other article in market For
gale by Grocers genet ally.
Manufactured by TAYLOR k YOUNG, No. 186 Front
street New York. For aale by
GRUBER k MARTIN,
No. 236 King street
H. BISCHOFF k CO"
No. 107 East Bay.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO.,
Corner Church and Hayn? streets.
HOWIE k MOIRE, Druggists,
No. 161 Meeting street,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
January 23 wtm?mo
LAW NOTICE. ~~
HP HE UNDERSIGNED ARE ASSOCIATED AS PART
X NEBS, and propose to practice in the STATE
COURTS OF LAW AND IQUITY for the Districts ol
Barnwell, Beaufort and Colinton, under the name and
atylo of "DAVANT."
Omeo, for the present, at GILLISONYILLE, South
Carolina. R. J. DAVANT.
November 93 fm .T. C. DAVANT.
There cometh glad tidings o' Joy to all,
To young and to old, to gt eat and to small;
The beim ty which once was so precious and rare,
Is free for all, and aU may be fair.
By the nae of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
Tho most valuable and perfect preparation in use, for
giving tho skin a beautiful pearl-like tint that is only
found in youth It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, SaLowncas. Eruptions,
and all impurities of the alon, kindly healing the same
leaving the akin white and clear as alahaster. Its uso
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable r reparation is perfectly harmless. It ia the
only article of tho kind used by the French, and ia con?
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during tho
past year, a sufficient guarantee of its efficacy. Price
only 76 cents, sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of an
BERGER, S H?TTS k OO., Chemists,
285 River 8L, Troy, N. Y.
AT THE WONDEBF?L REVELATIONS
MADE BY THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H!_A. PERRIGO.
SHE REVALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
Sho restores to happiness those who, from doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss of relations and
friends, loss of money, ?tc, have become despondent.
Sho brings together those long separated, given informa?
tion concerning absent friands or lovers, restores lost or
stolon property, tells you the business you aro best
qualified to pursue and in what you will bo most success?
ful, causes speedy marriages, and tells you the very day
you wtil morry, gives ycu tho names, likeness and char?
acteristics of tho person. Sho reads your very thoughts,
and by ber almost supernatural powers, un va Us thc dark
and hidden mysteries of the future. From the stars we
see in thc firmament-tho malefic stars that overcome or
predominate in the configuration-from the aspects and
positions of tho planeta and thc fixed stars in the heavens
at the time of birth, she deduces the future destiny of
man. Fail not to consult the greatest Astrologist on
earth. It costa you but a trille, and you may never again
have so favorable an opportunity, Consultation fee, with
likeness and all desired informa tion, SI. Parties living
at a distance can consult the Madame by mail with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A
full and explicit chart, written ont with all inquiries an?
swered and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt of
price abovo mentioned. The strictest sccresy will be
maintained, and all correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. References of tho highest order furnished those de
airing them. Write plainly the day of tho month and
year m which you were born, enclosing a email lock of
Address, MADAME H. A. PERRIGO,
P. O. DBAWEB 203, BUETAZO, N. Y.
jtf arch 30_ly_
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
TO THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends itself as being an almost in
dispensible articlo to female beauty, is easily applied,
does not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly on thc
roots. Ii ls warranted to remove superlluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part of tho body, completely,
totally and rndlrally extirpating tho same, leaving the
skin soft, smooth and natural This is tho only article
used by the French, and is thc only real effectual depila?
tory in existence. Price 76 cents per package 8cnt post?
paid to any address, on receipt of nn order, by
BERGER, SHOTTS k CO., Chemists,
March 80 lyr No. 285 River st,, Troy, N. Y.
* Regular Sale-Dry Gooda, ?c. -
BY J. & W. KNOX.
THIS ?AT, at 10 o'clock"A. M., at their Auction Sales,
rooms, No. 138 Meeting street, opposite Pavilion Hotel
win be Bold, .?- * .
' Hosiery and Fancy Goods " '
Conditions cash. _ . April 6
8toekof.a Clothing, Shoe and Genfs Furnishing
BY JOHN G. MIL Bi OR & CO. .
TO-M?BEOW, 9th inst, at 10 o'clock, will be sold at oar
Auction Sales Boom, No. 133 Meeting street,
THE ENTIBE STOCK OF A CLOTHING, SHOE AND
. . flQOTWBnw? HT PAST OP:
GENT'S OVERCOATS GENT'S TWEED COATS,
Genf s .Black .Goth Frock -.(Business)
Coats . ; Genf s Sack Coats, Brown
Genfs Fancy Casshnere Linen Coat* .
Pants i Gent's Black Dorakin Pants
Casshnere, Fancy and BTk Boya' Suits, Merino Drawers
Vests .8uk Nock-Ties, Wool Scarfe
Linen Bosom Shirts, Color'd Kid Gloves, Paper Collars,
Flannel Shirts india Bubber Covers -
Silk, Linen Cambric and Ladles' Congress and (-ide
Colored Cotton Hanoker- Lace Gaiters . .
chiefs MiseeB' Gaiters, Kid and Mo
Genfs Boots, Oxford Ties rocco Slippers.
Boys' Boots, Bootees, Bro
' On account of Underwriters and all concerned.
6 Ladle?' and Gent's TBAVELLING TBUNK8
Conditions cash. April 6
Kalmia Milts ai Auction. "
BT WARBLAW & CAREW.
Under foreclosure of mortgages, will be sold, on TUES?
DAY, 23d April, 1867, at-11 o'clock A. M., at the north
side of the Exchange, Charleston,- 8. C.,
The KALMIA MILLS, with all the Property and appur?
tenances thereunto belonging, consisting of the several
tracts and parcels- of-Land, situate, lying and being ls
the District of EdgeneldvSouthCarohna, amounting in
all to about four thousand two hundred and fifty-nine
(4269) acres, -more or. less, eonveyed to the said Kalmia
Mois by John J. Glover and by Gustavus Volger, all of
which said several tracts of Land are now in possession
of, and occupied by the said Kalmia Mills LB the site of
their factory, now in course. of erection. Together with
all and singular the waters, water privileges, rights,
members, hereditaments and appurtenances to the said
premises, belonging, or, In. any wise incident or apper?
taining. . .jj ., ,..
Ali tho BUILDINGS, MACHINERY, Tools, Implements.
Carts, Bricks,Lumber .and MVdgriufy now bawling to
the said Kalmia Mills, on tho landa and elsewhere.
This property, is situate immediately on the South
Carolina Railroad,, eattapdhag from near the Gr&nltevflle
Depot to within one. mlle ot. the Bath Paper Mill, and
eight miles,.of the. City., of ?Augusta, Georgia,, on the
waters of Big Horse. Creek, j The Cotton Factory (within
one hundred feet. of the railroad) is a two story Brick
Building, one hundred and four (104) feet wide by two
hundred and twenty-seven (227) feet long.-deslgned to
contain ten thousand spindles and throe. hundred and
twenty looms^ and is four-fifths completed, -There are
on the land seventy-eight neat, and commodious cottages
for operatives, completed, and in course of erection; ? a
first-class Steam Saw Mill In complete working order; a
good Grist Mill; a Carpenter Shop, with Steam Karnte
and Boiler; Planing Machine, Tools, 4c; Blacksmith
Shop, with c mplete-.set of Tools ? Machine Shop, with
Steam Engine and Boiler, Lathe, Drill Press, kc. --
; The machineryfor the Cotton,.Mill_is of the most
modern and improved character, manufactured in Eng?
land, embracing ten thousand Spindles, Shafting and
other appurtenances; also two. Turbine Wheels of one
hundred and sixty horse po wer; each ; also the machinery -
for a complets Paper ' MID, capable of producing ten"
thousand pounds of paper per day. ?. . ?.' ? f. J
? (A portion of the machinery ia on the 'land, ? portion
in this city md a portion In England.)
The Pap er Mill Is in process of construction and a con?
siderable p?Tt completed.' '
! The Water Power for running the Factory, delved
from Big Hoase Creek, is ample, extensive and never*
tailing, and thu dam and other appurtenances are four
fifths completed; ... . J?-.?
' There 1* on the land Sawed Lumber sufficient to com?
plete all the buildings. <-.;?. . . -
ALSO, ~ .
GLASS, TIN AND HARDWARE for all the 'buildings
except tho lapor MilL . Tho Water Power and all the ac?
cessories of this property are suth as to adapt it for drat'
class Cotton and: Paper Factories, and capitalists are
afforded a rare opportunity for a good investment. '
Terms, which wUl .be-aceonomodattng,' wm-be made
knownin a iuture advert?s- ment and on day of sale.
1 Further particulars may bo obtained on application; ?
B. F. EVANS, Esq., at the Mill, or to ?
WABDLAW & CAREW, Auctioneers,
Corner Broad, and Slate streets, .Charleston, S. C.
, March 18 : :. mwilStul^.
- 1 1 ; .?
' ', '. . BANNET! . SCHUR. ? !?
Auctioneer avnd Commission Merchant, at
No. 8t King street, below Broad street,
' Offeni hie services for the-sale of MEECHANUISE it
day and; night at -his ? storo, also: for the sale of Stock?
Bonds, Retl Estate, Teasels, Horses and Produce, nest
dry. references will be given. Consignments solidi td
Terms moderate and guarantees satisfaction. ''.
: Marda.20-J; ai?vj ; . - .. ..lino ?
? 'BY MILLIGAN & SON. Yy?T'~%
At Private SaleA-? ......
TWO OPEN FLATS, about 60 feet long, 13 feet beam
md 3}i feet hold, and nearly new: Apply as above at
I Mfo3*21*' ^tor; ".. No; 22 VENDUE BANGE. -,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S ?OFFICE, ) ?
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD, J
' " ' CHARLESTON, 8. C., April ?, 1867. . I
f?TKE BAILBOAD HAVING BEEN COMPLETED TO
JL Bo;1 kin ' s Turn-Out, Freight for Camden should be
directed to that Station in future, H. T. PEAKE,
April 6, nvyf3.; ,GeneralSupermtendent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COMPANY.
IV . SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, ) ...
. :-.' , CHABLKSTON, 8. C., March 12, 1867. J -
ON AND. AFTER THURSDAY NEXT, THE HTH
INSTANT,tho.THROUGH TCTPftTOfl TRAIN on
thia Road will leave Florence at 9.60 A. -M. and arrive at
Charleston at aso P. M.< AU other tra?as remain un?
changed. . 8. S. EOLOMON8;
i March. 18 ' i 'v Superintendent.
CITERA W ?LKII? BARLIN GTON RAILROAD.
. ., ... SUPERENTE DENT'S OFFICE, 1 ~N>
CnxaAW, March 12,1867. ) '-?
ON AND AFTER. THURSDAY NEXT, THE HTH
inst, the PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road will
run aa follows:
Leave Cheraw. 6.00 A.M. -
Arriv.- florence. 9.00 A M
Leave Florence. 9.00 P. M.
Arrive Choraw.'..IL46 P. M.
Passengers from- Charleston will leave by the 1 P. M.
Train, to secure a direct connection with the transit on
this Bead. , S. 8. SOLOMONS,
March 13 ' ' ' Superintendent
SHIP CHANDLERY, ETC, ~
NO. 48 EAST BAY,
BETWEEN BOYCE'S NORTH AND SOOTH
SHIP CHANDLER AND COMMIS?
SION MERCHANT, Dealer and Im?
porter in RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
Manilla and Tarred Cordage, Hemp
and Cotton Sail, Duck ana Twines.
Parcelling, Cooper, Sheathing, Metal
and Zinc, Paints, Oils, Tai*, Tallow,
Spirits Turpentine, Anchors, Chains,
Blocks, Boats, &c, &c.
Personal and particular attention
given to parchase and sale of MER?
CHANDISE AND PRODUCE con?
signed or trusted to my care, and
prompt returns made.
Brown & Level's Patent Life Say?
ing Tackle and Boat Detaching Ap
Earatus, for steamers, always on
and, and for sale at New York
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. Newkirk, ,
No 127 READE-STREET, CORNER HUDSON,
43- Agency tor EXTON'S PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. AU orders sent will be prompUy attended
tn 6mo? TWpmr*"
ASURE CURE FOR THE PILES, PUT UP TN
PACKAGES of 1000 pieceB.
Price 50 cents. For sale by
March 18 Imo No. 69 BROAD STREET.
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No. 83 CHURCH STREET, one door
oortn oi t<roa'i ?ir?*':- _August Hi
DARGAN & DARGAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
WILL PRACTICE TN THE COURTS OF THE
J8SJ- Prompt attention given to collection of claims.
BEFEE EXC?S.-Messrs. Pressly, Lord k Ingleaby, James
Tupper, Esq., Charleston, 3. C.
J. F. DARGAN, T. G. DARGAN,
Florence, S. C. Darlington, 8, C.
March 18__ . _ Imo
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, )
Cm HALL, April 1, 1867. J
"VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED
JLI that the Monthly Bet rna for the month of March
past, in compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified on
the 23th day of December, 1866, must be made on or be
fore tho 15th instant D. C. GIBSON,
April 1 ? 13 City Assessor.
I Auction itmPWm?
i BT BOWERS ?i SXLCOX
Will be sold THIS DAT at the Urge Store, Ha 78 Broad
; S trout, under the Carolina Hotel, at ll o'clock. "*
Two very fine sets of PAEXOE FURNITURE, . - -
\ TWO TETE A -TETES, two Arm Chrira,; and 6. Wtttttf I .'
Chairs to etch set, with ?cod linen covers. Large Ma-" A
nogany Hocking "Chair, Sideboards, Tahlee, Desk. Show- 1
case, Bureaus, Press, r3ewing Machine, Beadstoed,Cribar .
and Mattresses, Moss Mattresses, Single and Double ..
Two Hair Mattraaseo, Cots, lacking Glasse*, Sa^ Doec^
Cradles, Pillows,ko. One la?fBCaat Iron Ruler that wm
hold about40 or 60 gallons. Coridttioaa Cash. -*r- - .. - '
: April 6- ... ..? - -v^:?y.-;- " .-?? "?'-'- ??
THIS DAT, 8th inst, at our Sales Boom, rjorner Staley
and Chalmers streets, o'?oW^IBibtU^^ ~\
Balance of STOCK COUNTRY ETOBj^^eon?Sttp?.
India Enbber Ball?, Hair Beta, 'Pocket bardkf*,' Hes?
Toy Drums, Foot Mats, Linen murtera. Coats, Segara,
Shoes, kc, Sec . .
Conditions cash. ? ..; . '.. '-? Aj^gg'./
~~ - Estate Bale Lupton. - t r^vi'iCr:
BT LAURE Y & ALEXANDER. 5cy#?! ,
TO-MOBBOW, the 9th inst, will be told In our StoreV
137 East Bay, at 10 o'clock, on account of an Estateby...
order cf the Administrator, .
kf- 28 CASES ALE - ..:..... .>,-* t?
I " ' 6 cases Old Madeira ? : - i'
6 eases Old Shear- ; r -:. - x? '..^hav:
; 2 cases Old Port-->i'
1 case Old Jamaica Bnm ....
1 case Irish Malt Whiskey.
Conditions cash. April 8
' Lots of Land and Rouses. . T::V
! BT LOUIS D. De84 UNSURE.
TO-MOBBOW; 9th Inst, at ll o'clock A. M., will be sold
... at the old Postoiftce, r - -
LOT OF LAND No. 206,' at the corner of Cannon Court r I
and Chinquapin street measuring 33 feet m Qumou
Court by 100 feet on Chinquapin street .; >r^4 '( J'
I LOT No. 216, on Pine street measuring 40 feet front > .
by 96feetdeep. '-? ^i-jniux^*?-;i>ar.si??!>
LOT Na 219, on Pine street, measuring 40 feet fren* by. :
36 feet deep. ..*.....-. ... ,u :--i??:?^'vr.r? ^i^'i^'ir V
! Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.. . ,.yi." ,
AlfiO, - - . - r .. Vi- . ' '??'
; The LOT OF LAND No.'48, comer of Norman street ' ,
and Ashton Court, with four two-story hOhaet'tbiBitOfl,..
^ith tile roots, containing each tbur*oct??F??**toe>J
sures 36 feet by about HMfeet ... . ">-?'. r'--fi'-y.?v^1"
- -'.ALSO, . ' . - ?A^?nC
i LOT OF LAND, on north side of Society street, Na^CL - :
neat west of Anson street now used as&SktoYarjL- ) - :
Measures 35 feet 6 inches tn front by 120feet delmore-'
OT less. . . . ,.- . :\
Terms-Half cash; balance by bond, with tot?reatpay
able In one year, secured by a mortgage of the riroperty; '
the buildings to bc Insured and policy assigned. Pur- ?
chaser to pay for papers;, .-; -.. . --?--\ .'? . rt,Apxfl.flu?!'
Baie on account of Underwriters and ali concerned, ,; |gg
I . ' . BrUis?iBafk James-:Wu80JV!r-i:^^:,> \ ^.\.~
; BY JOHN G. imiSOR * COw - iii
toWEDNE8DAT,10ih,4n?fc,a* ll o'clock cm--V**d?r-.?
t , . horat?B,Wharf,wiH^
THE BETLTEH BAEK JAMES ^kTLBO^O?'UiWS^ r
%[ . " S64 tonk register. " ''.^?^^rTt' "
y J! S BEST BOWES ANCHOES - *>i^-c&ZX;i .% .
3Kedges - .. o.- ,w..;. . fr. - . j-. -c:sil?ii*r<f ;..
^?H^??U?aV 190 flrAflmar;*^'- -,v'.^ Ji'? z?U>&?4?i ?
IMooringOhain,:?iMhoiaa>'id - .r.-.-^n- v^ritoy.vV?-;.">^etfe
r?'^rl Seven Inch Tow. Line'....... . rj : &2r?
1 Pinnace ^ ? ' -",? .;> ? ^T^?ri
1 Quarter Boat . ' ' ' ' ' t?H
Sails, Spars, S iren Tanks, 2 W?to Caak^?'wp?^
The above can be inspected at any time preview toihe^; - '>>
aale; j--- : :?.?: t~.%v x?*?>.- . v;...: : .^^^j.^^??ko^r
I Conditions cash. ^ ?:<.-&.i. %.. -,.t?->..^t?ti?mi^' ' -v ' "
j,vt' .-r.-. :-\;v:.^Si^g^gp|B|
; ? ^-Ir y?? _ . .h?.'-D^r ''l".-.';..? ^^'^?t-.:;- t
: i s i": r. i ir.'t du jx'if; ?H>J,?^O? -felt jot ?r>oo^^ -.p?:?-*:3 ?- s
Q-A^ :BEMO^1 TO -?^/.^Ji^^j^M^f ?:. *:/ ?
?1 BETWEEN MEETING AND CBTJBm^ts/. J .
where ?aa 1? founts adlnfce MMriail?bf OXsQTH& ;:
CASSIM EKES abd -VEbTl^'?fc?v*Ty^^^
gontlemen'e wear, which he:i? -prepared 'to'h?WiW-'
order at ?bio?omBAa?n'-Sk^B?kX^-^^'^ ? ?a&i&: vvja.v
. M. JNO. T. FLYNN (rormerly of C,'.D...CJtttf* DdL'-.
will give hisitf^^Xga?^
A FULL AJSSOBTMErTT 'OF F?BN^
.I r-'J -J'^.i-u. i'.? ?irtStio?i -' ?-.i-i LI- i-rro*Tru?ii .
-. . . . ir- . : '? pM;-joi:*7i;!>v r.i? livers^>>?T??C.-. . .
:- . i;..'i.?'-r 'J?? ?-t'..;.>:f^? .?i>iA?i&'fa';ts^cfr?'-~<?t .i>?
,.}..;: :?.:.;..",?J-;? .' '^:\?^-Co??Ti^3i>0? .fl??*V?'.-?--:.v
? ^ . wo- -f-.rU'ic ' .,'j.r^???,?,'?c^.lit?
'1 ^.?--'.?...-^siM. ^??u'/. i;.:- ivi-y Jw?,siiM<iOii?t-iw^Kja? :
MANUFACTUREES AND WHOLESALE''?DfflXEB8?:
! i " MESIQAB ' EXPRESS BUILDING, NOS. BB?&t, 68
Xi. and61, Hudson street near Duane,'New Yor?-V'
? ?" ? .. .... T, F.CABHAET.' --
! . w. H. WH1TF0RDL:'-,^1>?
K-j.(f}r,-i >;ua. ^J: &-TAB^Affln*Kt^t? :
? December 10 fimo .: A. T.HAMILTON. ? i..r?
: JAMES Mc?0BMI?Ki
; wHoiaBai? . AJO?.wsa^.njMi^
No. 85 'B??OA3P- ^T^E^0S.y
January 23 Cmos " '. ' CHA^LES^N^^lt^ '
NOTICE TO SAILORS OR IMMIGRANTS, -!
HOTEL OEJOABDKMO^KIOPBB? ^ .[
^jv OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL,. XU"i
TN ACCORDANCE WITH THE Fo?^WiNG^OT GR .i
1 thc Legislature, passed the 20t? d?y of Deoemfc?-.
1886, all persons cencerned are1 hereby notified to?6?^^:}?;^ S
this Office and take outmerec/mredliceWlmmedW^-'?
?) lui -...,:.v ... ..:\Gk?C*03BBtf^ii/'i . '"
. . ..... ... - w .vr??-^t i:..-' ..'..iff. ^.jtfa&'to
AK ACT FOB TBS BITTXB r^BOXXOTIOH OX.. eXUlHHlk? 1 "
^nnnuBAWTs IN ZBB FOUI AND HABBOB or fiRjvaijisrs: -
L &U enacted, by fa Senate and Eotue of Utprt?i&h '- ?
fir?, HOT met and tiling in General AitmUyt?kdos tke
authority of the ?ame, That lt snail not be UivfuTftir 'aar-* " -
person, except a pilot or pubho ofltoer, to board cr-af;r
tempt to board a vessel arriving in tbx> 'porto*'barbe* ?f!J
Charleston,, before such vessel shall haygbeextmaflr H'tt'Jt '
to the wharf, without first obtaining 1 eave from the maa, ; r.
ter ar person having charge of such vessel, er Crom her J
owner or agents. . . ? . - , ? - ,
! IL It shall not be lawful for any owner, agent master, .
or other person having charge cf any vessel arriving or '
being in the port of Charleston, lb permit or faMM >
any sailors, hotel or boarding house keeper, ?thoenaed '
as hereinafter provided, or any *~eht rmroer or em- .
ployee ot any sailor'a or hnmigran. s hotel or? boarding .
house, to ooard, or attempt to board, any vessel arri vmg: t
in, or lying, or . eing lu tho harbor or port ot Charleeton..;.
before tuen vessel shall have been made last to tba wharf?
or anchored, with intent to. invite, ask cr solicit the
boarding of any of the crew employed on such vessel" '.. ' '
ILL lt shall noe be lawful for any sailor's or mimi- '.
grnnt'a hotel or boarding house keeper, or the employee 1
of any sailor's or im i Igranfa hetel or trtDarUtru house - .
keeper, having boarded any vessel made fast to any wharf >
in the port oi Charleston, to neglect or refuse to leave
said vessel, after.havii-g been ordered so to do by tb?;: -
master or person having charge of such veasejL ??- - <j
- TV. It shall not be lawful for any person to keep, coe-'
duct or carry os, either as owner, propri 11 JI, ; agent or
otherwise, any sailor's or immigrant's boarding house,' .
or sailor's or immigrants hotel, in the city ot Char leeton,
without having a license from the City Council thereof, . -
V. It shall not be lawful for any person, not having tai? -
license in this Act provided, or not. being the regular ;
agent runner or employee of a person having auch U- ;
cense, to invite, ask or solicit lathe city or harbor of :
Charleston, the boarding or lodging of any of the crew
employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant arriving lil '
the said city of Charleston.
YT The City Council shall take the application of any'
person applying for a license to keep a sailors' or tomi- '
grant's boarding house, or sailor's or immigrant's hotel, t
in the city ot Charleston, and upon satisfactory evidence .
to them of the respectability and competency of such ap
plicant ando, ?he suitableness of his accommodation*, .
shall issue tu him a license, which shall ce good for ona ?
year, unless sooner revoked by said caty Council, to ?
keep a sailor's or immigrant's boarding house'in the city .
of Charleston, and to Invito and solicit boarders for the
? VIL The City Council may, upon satisfactory evidence '
of the disorderly character of any sailors' or inunigranta'
hotel or boarding house, hoe used as hereinbefore pre?
vided, or of the keeper or proprietor of any such house,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or im^reprosentation, in in?
viting or soliciting boarders or lodgers for such house,
on the part of such keeper or proprietor, or^my trf htt .
agents, runners, or employees, or of any attempt to per- Jj
suade or entice any of the crew to desert lrom any vessel I
in the harbor of Charleston, by such keeper cr proprie- .
tor, or any of his agents, runners or employ?es, revoke ;
the license for keeping such house.
/ yin. Every person receiving the license hereinbefore
provided for shall pay to the city Council aforesaid the' ;
aiiin nf twenty dollars.
IX The said City Council shall furnish to each Bailor's '
or immigrant's hotel or boarding house keeper, licensed
by them as aforesaid, one or more badges or sataUsv on ?'?
which shall be printed or engraved the name of euch
hotel or boarding house keeper, and the number and
street of his ho-el or boarding house; and which said
badges or shields shall be surrendered to said City Conn- :
eil upon the revocation by them, or expiration of any .
license granted by them, as herein provided. ' *.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding-''',
housekeeper, and every agent, runner or employee of '
such hotel or boarding-house keeper, when boarding any
vessel hi the harbor of Charleston, or vthen inviting or - ."
soliciting the boarding or lodging of any seaman, sailor
or person employed on any vessel, or cf any immigrant,
shall wear, conspicuously displayed, the shield or badge
referred to In the foregoing section. -
XL lt shall not be lawful for any person, except those
named in the preceding section, to i-ave, wear, exhibit or
display any such shield or badge to any of the crew em?
ployed on any vessel, or to any immigrant so arriving m '
the city of Charleston, with the intent to invite, ask or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such immigr?, or ot
any of the crew employed oa any vessel being in the
harbor of Charleston. r ? -
XP. Whoever shah offend against any or either of the - .
provisions contained in section 1,2,3,4,6,10 and U, In ~*
this Act, shall be ceemed guilty ol a ymy^ffignnftr,. and
shall, upon conviction thereof, be punish ed by imprison- -
ment for a term not exceeding one year, and not lesa '* ?
than thirty days, or by a fine not exceeding two hundred
and fifty dollars, and not less than ono hundred dellars,
or by both such fine and imprisonment
XTTT. The word "vessel," aa used in this Act, shall in?
clude vessels propelled by steam.
In the Senate House, the twentieth day of Decembtr, in.
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-six. W. D. PORTER,
President of the Senate.
CHAS. H. SLMONTON,
Speaker House of Representative*.
Approved December 20,1866 : ......
JAMES L. OBS, Governor.
MUTUAL AH) ASSOCIATION,
HAYING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY- '
MADE Cl OTHLNG, suitable for Gentlemen; La?
dlee and Children, and being desirous of dtinini*Mng our .
Stock before the season advances too nv, we woald eape- -
dally draw the attention of the public towards the reduc?
tion which will be made in our prices for -tho next two - -
or three weeks from date.
Apply at the DEPOSITORY.
January 29 No. 17 Chalmers street, 1